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Isenberg Student Resources

Isenberg students

 

There are multiple resources offered to students within the Isenberg School including the Isenberg Undergraduate Scholarship Program, computer labs, and writing and speaking assistance.  In addition to resources found within the School, there are many University resources available to all students.

 

Scholarships

In addition to the Isenberg Undergraduate Scholarship Program, there are many external scholarships opportunities as well.  Details regarding these additional opportunities are listed below.

 

  • Many scholarship opportunities can be found through the Office of National Scholarship Advisement (ONSA).  The ONSA assists eligible students in the pursuit of distinguished nationally competitive scholarships & fellowships and assists students who wish to apply for certain undergraduate University scholarships.   
  • The Zonta Club of Quaboag Valley, a member of Zonta International, is offering a $500 scholarship opportunity to a woman studying business at the undergraduate level.  The Jane M. Klausman Scholarship will be awarded to a student who has demonstrated outstanding potential in the field, and lives in the Quaboag Valley (Belchertown, Brookfield, East Brookfield, Hardwick, Holland, Monson, New Braintree, North Brookfield, Palmer, Spencer, Wales, Ware, Warren, and West Brookfield).  Applications can be downloaded here.  The application deadline is Thursday, May 15, 2014.  Applications should be sent to Kristin M. Goold at 82 Catalpa Terrace; Springfield, MA 01119.  The scholarship recipient will be considered for an additional $1,000 Zonta District award with the potential to compete for one of twelve $7,000 international scholarships from Zonta International.  For additional information regarding this scholarship opportunity, please contact the Zonta Club of Quaboag Valley.   

Domestic Exchange

Are you interested in planning a semester or full year exchange at another state college of university?  If so, plan on attending a Domestic Exchange Information Session.  ALL students MUST attend an information session to apply.  Information sessions are held in Goodell 613 when classes are in session.


  • Wednesdays at 4:45 pm
  • Thursdays at 2:30 pm
  • Fridays at 2:30 pm

 

    During the information session students will receive an application and all of the information necessary to apply.  Applications are only available at information sessions.  If you have additional questions, please contact the Domestic Exchange Office at 613 Goodell or 413-545-5352.

     

    News & Events

    Don't forget to keep an eye on the plasma television screens located in the Atrium, outside of the Chase Career Center, and in the Isenberg Undergraduate Programs Office (206).  These screens will keep you updated with all news, events and deadlines.

    On the menu to your left you will find links to more information as well as lab hours and schedules.