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Scholarships

The Center for Jewish Studies has the following scholarships for undergraduate and graduate study. Applications are generally on a rolling basis, but applications for travel and research should be submitted by 1 February for summer and fall and 1 October for spring.

Applications must include a 500-word statement of purpose, a transcript, and two letters of recommendation.Contact for questions:

Norman J.W. Goda
Director-Center for Jewish Studies
1120 Turlington Hall
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611-8020
goda@ufl.edu

Gary R. Gerson Jewish Studies Scholarship/Fellowship

Supports scholarship, fellowship, or grant awards to undergraduate or graduate students engaged in coursework or pursuing a research interest in Jewish Studies.


Marshall A. Raff Scholarship Endowment Awards

Supports scholarship awards in Jewish Studies.


Dr. Warren Bargad Scholarship in Jewish Studies

Supports research and teaching programs geared toward Jewish communal service.


Philip and David Kolko Memorial Scholarship

Undergraduate Opportunities to Study in Israel for a semester, a year, or a summer.


Norman Schulevitz Foundation Scholarship

Undergraduate Opportunities to Study in Israel for a semester, a year, or a summer.


Samuel and Bessie Proctor Fund

Supports undergraduate need-based/merit scholarship to students attending the University of Florida and majoring in Jewish Studies.


Norman and Irma Braman Graduate Fellowship in Holocaust Studies

Supports master’s or doctoral research in Holocaust Studies