Purdue School of Engineering and Technology

Purdue School of Engineering and Technology

Study Abroad Travel Grant Information for Students

Study Abroad Travel Stipend Application
Study Abroad Approval Form

**These forms are required for all students wishing to use their travel grant toward an approved Study Abroad Program.

Following are the steps for completing this form accurately and on time:

STEP 1: Provide documentation that you are participating in or registered for a Study Abroad Trip related to your field of study. Make a copy of your acceptance form/letter from the study abroad program in which you are participating and attach it to the Study Abroad Travel Grant Form. 

STEP 2: Meet with the IUPUI Study Abroad Office and obtain their signature. Obtain the signature of a staff member of the IUPUI Study Abroad Office. Their signature indicates that you have met with one of them to discuss issues pertinent to your ability to study abroad. These issues may include, but are not limited to, credits from the program posting to your transcript (for non-IUPUI programs), financial aid/assistance issues not related to the E&T Honors Program, and other critical pre- departure information. The IUPUI Study Abroad Office is located in the Education and Social Work (ES) building, room ES 2129B.

STEP 3: Complete Application.

STEP 4: Sign the form and submit it along with your application to Susan Bradley ( in the Engineering & Technology Office of Academic Affairs and Undergraduate Programs (ET 215N) at least 2 weeks prior to the start of the enrollment term.

You will receive a confirmation email from the E&T Honors Program when your travel grant is approved.

Once approved, your study abroad travel grant will be applied to your IUPUI Bursar account. If you have a balance on your Bursar account, your study abroad travel grant will first cover the deficit on your account before being reimbursed to you. 

If you have not done so already, we highly recommend that grant recipients sign up for Direct Deposit. You can do so here. You can also reach this page by going to and clicking on “learn more” under “direct deposit.” Direct Deposit allows quicker access to the funds reimbursed to you via your Bursar account. If you do not opt for Direct Deposit, you will receive a mailed check to your address on file with the university. Students who signed up for direct deposit should expect a refund 3-5 days after the scheduled disbursement date. You can find more detailed information about how the Bursar processes refunds and how long you need to wait before receiving your refund on their website: