Loyola University Chicago

Polish Studies

Scholarships

From left: Eugieniusz Chmielwoski (donor), Professor Bozena McLees, Danuta Plussa (donor), and Jennifer Putnam (2017 recipient)

Loyola Based Polish Studies Scholarships:

Chmielowski Scholarship Application 2019-2020 -  The Eugeniusz Alek Chmielowski, Survivor of Deportation to Siberia, Officer in the Polish Army of General Anders Victorious at Monte Cassino during the Second World War Scholarship was established in 2010 by Eugeniusz Alek Chmielowski to promote and encourage undergraduate study and research in Polish Studies, with special emphasis on Polish language, and active participation in the Polish Student Alliance.  The scholarship is awarded to undergraduate student(s) currently enrolled in Loyola University Chicago Polish Studies Program (POST) in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures.

 

 

Kujawinski Scholarship Application 2019- The Frank Kujawinski Polish Studies Immersion Fund at Loyola University Chicago was established in 2011 through the fundraising efforts and leadership of the Polish Student Alliance and Polish American Alumni Network, Loyola’s alumni organization, and friends of the University. The Frank Kujawinski Scholarships are administered by a scholarship committee headed by the Director of the Interdisciplinary Polish Studies Program in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures. The Frank Kujawinski Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance to Loyola University students who are traveling to Poland to study Polish language and culture. 

 

Siberian Society Scholarship Application 2019-2020 - The scholarship was established in 2015 by Eugeniusz Alek Chmielowski, President of the Siberian Society in Chicago, to promote and encourage undergraduate study and research in Polish history and culture with special emphasis on study of the story of Polish refugees and exiles sent to Siberia by the Soviet authorities.  The scholarship is awarded to undergraduate student(s) currently enrolled in Loyola University Chicago Polish Studies Program (POST) and is awarded by the university through the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures.

 

Polish Resistance (AK) Foundation Scholarship - The scholarship was established in 2010 by the Polish Resistance (AK) Foundation to promote and encourage undergraduate study and research in Polish History, the history of the Polish Underground State, and/or the Polish Home Army. The scholarship is awarded to undergraduate students currently enrolled in Loyola University Chicago and is awarded by the University through the Department of History.

 

Plocieniak Polish Language Fluency Scholarship - The Undergraduate Admission Office provides the application for the Plocieniak Scholarship and the following information to prospective freshman students: In memory of the Czabanski Family, the Plocieniak Scholarship is awarded to incoming freshmen of Polish descent who are fluent in reading, writing, and speaking the Polish language. All candidates are required to take a written examination and interview on Loyola’s campus on Sunday, March 24, 2019, for the upcoming academic year. Scholarship amounts will vary but amounts range from $800 - $1,000. Prospective candidates must be admitted to Loyola by February 1. Students may submit the Plocieniak Scholarship by clicking here.

 

 

Polish American Community Scholarships:

 

Polish American Congress - National List of Scholarships

 

Kulze Scholarship-The Chicago Society Foundation with The Chicago Society of the Polish National Alliance will award three $7,500 scholarships for Illinois students in the forthcoming year and in each subsequent year. Awards will be made to students of Polish ancestry with demonstrated financial need on a competitive basis. Deadline: February 15, 2019.

 

Narodowa Agencja Wymiany Akademickiej- NAWA offers full-ride scholarships to Juniors and Seniors in college to study in Poland. 

 

Leonard Skowronski Polish Studies Scholarship-The American Council for Polish Culture (ACPC) is pleased to offer two, $3,000 dollars each scholarships to students pursuing Polish Studies. Deadline: May 3, 2019. 


Polish Constitution Day Parade, Chicago