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The experiential learning grant program was established to allow students to engage in experiential learning activities when funding is a barrier to participation. Each fall and spring, the Office of the University Provost will offer grants to help students participate in study abroad, unpaid internships and unpaid undergraduate research activities. Dependent on need, grants will range from $1,500—$5,000. Grants can be utilized for the fall, spring or summer terms.
Arizona State University is measured by whom it includes and how they succeed. The university embraces a commitment to ensuring that all students are afforded an enriching and holistic educational experience, encompassing all facets of student life in and outside the classroom.
We recognize the impact experiential learning can have on your academic success, sense of well-being, and career readiness. Experiential Learning, in simplest terms, relates to learning where skills and knowledge are acquired from hands-on experiences. Experiential Learning can include internships, study abroad, research, service learning, practicums and engagement in student organizations.