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In-Residence Cross-Cultural Scholarship Award


The mission statement of the Asia University America Program is a threefold commitment to students, to the institution, and to the profession. The AUAP Program is committed to providing a high quality and dynamic study abroad program for students from Asia University.

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    Commonly Asked Questions

    What is AUAP?

    What does a Scholarship Recipient Look Like?
    What are the qualifications of the Scholarship Award?
    What are the requirements of a Scholarship Recipient?
    How do I know if I have an AUAP roommate?
    How do I apply?
    Who should I contact?
    What is AUAP?

    The Asia University America Program (AUAP) is a study abroad program for students from Asia University in Tokyo, Japan.  We have two consecutive groups, of approximately 30-90 students, come to EWU each year and stay for five months.  The first group arrives in September and leaves in the beginning of February (Cycle II) and the second group arrives in mid to late February and leaves in July (Cycle I). The purpose of the program is to give Asia University students the opportunity to experience university life in the U.S. and learn about American culture while taking classes in English and earning semester credits from their university.


    What does a Scholarship Recipient Look Like?

    The In-Residence Cross-Cultural Scholarship recipients have the unique opportunity to enhance their college experience by making international friendships and connects, sharing their culture with others and experiencing America through the eyes of another.  In addition, scholarship recipients are able to enhance their learning by broadening their world view and building cross-cultural communications skills - both important skills for any future career.  Recipients who receive this scholarship will be required to live on campus with an AUAP student (of the same gender) in one of the designated residence halls.  AUAP students generally reside in Pearce, Dressler, Morrison, Streeter and occasionally Anderson Hall.  There are about 15 scholarships available per commitment period. We highly encourage EWU students to apply.

    What is the In-Residence Cross-Cultural Scholarship Award?

    The scholarship is an EWU housing stipend of $450 which is offered twice a year.  The commitment period for the first scholarship begins in September and continues through the first part of February. The second commitment period begins in the middle of February and continues through to the end of Spring Quarter.

    What are the qualifications?

    To apply for one of the awards, a student must:

    Some preference will be given to students who are presently, or have been, AUAP Campus Friends or roommates to AUAP students. However, all interested students are encouraged to apply and will be considered.

    What are the requirements of a Scholarship Recipient?

    How do I know if I have an AUAP roommate?

    If you are not certain your roommate is an AUAP student, then you can either ask your roommate (he or she will know), housing or contact the Student Service Assistant (SSA) by email or phone. (see contact information below)

    How do I apply?

    If you have answered yes to all of the qualifications, go to Orgsync to apply.

    Who should I contact if I have question about being a scholarship recipient?

    For more information, please contact:

    Student Services Assistant

    106A Louise Anderson Hall

    Eastern Washington University


    Contact Information

    Asia University America Program
    106 Louise Anderson Hall
    Cheney, WA 99004

    phone: 509.359.6432
    fax: 509.359.6981

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