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Student Support

Grants of up to $1,000 per award are available from Maxcy for study abroad and research projects. All current and past residents are eligible to apply as well as degree-seeking international students, provided all eligibility requirements for the award are met.

Scholarships and Grants

This grant supports current and former residents in their pursuit of research, scholarship and creative activities. The award funds up to $1,000 that may used for salary, materials and supplies, and/or research travel.


The navigator has a ROLLING deadline, which means there isn't a designated deadline. When you are ready, submit your proposal. We will then submit the proposal to a review committee. The process will take approximately one month from submission to award. Despite the rolling deadline, we recommended that you submit as a early as possible. 

For complete eligibility details and application instructions, visit the Office of Undergraduate Research

The Maxcy Travel Grant is a competitive financial award to be used to help fund a semester or a Maymester/summer study abroad experience for select undergraduate students who are or who have been residents of Maxcy. Award amounts for the semester or academic year range from $500 to $1500.

  • October 15th- The deadline to apply for the travel grant if you are planning to study abroad during Winter Break or the Spring semester.
  • DEADLINE EXTENDED TO APRIL 30TH - The deadline to apply if you are planning to study abroad for a Maymester, Summer I/ II, or Fall semester.

You can apply for the award for multiple terms, however, you can only receive the award once. You cannot defer the award. It must be used for the term listed on your application.

  • Application can be accessed here

Maxcy Faculty Fellows

 College of Arts & Sciences:

  • Ken Kelley, Anthropology
  • Amanda Wangwright, Art History
  • Katherine Barbieri, Political Science
  • Robert Cox, Political Science
  • Anne Gulick, English
  • Amy Mills, Geography
  • Caroline Nagel, Geography
  • Agnes Mueller, Global Studies
  • Dinyar Patel, History
  • Saskia Coenen-Snyder, History
  • Alexandre Bonaface, Language, Literature & Cultures
  • Jeanne Garance, Language, Literature & Culture
  • Yvonne Ivory, Language, Literature & Cultures
  • Beatriz Kellogg, Language, Literature & Cultures
  • Nicholas Vazsonyi, Language, Literature & Cultures
  • Tan Ye, Language, Literature & Cultures

Darla Moore School of Business:

  • Orgul Ozturk, Economics
  • Dan Ostergaard, International Business
  • Pimental Albino, International Business
  • Nancy Buchan, International Business
  • Alice Leri, International Business

College of Education:

  • Payal Shah, Educational Studies

College of Hopitatlity, Retail and Sport Management:

  • Simon Hudson, Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management 

College of Information and Communications:

  • Dick Kawooyya, Library & Informatiion Science

School of Law:

  • Aparna Polavarapu, Rule of Law and Human Rights
  • Joel Samuels, Rule of Law Collaborative

School of Medicine:

  • Jeffrey Hall, Family and Preventative Medicine

School of Music:

  • Marina Lomazov, Southeastern Piano Festival and Guest Artist

College of Social Work:

  • Breanne Grace, Social Work

Global Carolina:

  • Magdalena Grudzinski-Hall, Study Abroad
  • WenWen Zhu, Confucius Institute


  • Marcus Amaker, Charleston Poet Laureate

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