FIELD SCHOOL COSTS FOR 2019

The costs for 2019 will be determined by January 2019. The costs for undergraduate participants for 2018 was approximately $5500 for NJ residents and $6100 for out of state residents. The costs for graduate participants in the six credit program was approximately $5900 for NJ residents and $6400 for out-of-state residents. The cost for graduate participants in the three credit program was approximately $3800 for NJ residents and approximately $4100 for out-of-state residents.

Students interested in an internship, as described above, should consult with Prof. Farney (gfarney@rutgers.edu) about the costs.

These costs include tuition, room and board at the agriturismo, and transportation within Italy for program purposes. Airfare to Rome is not included in these costs, and participants must make their own travel arrangements being sure to arrive on time in Italy and leave only after the program has ended. We will arrange to bring you from Rome’s Fiumicino airport and take you out to the field school’s location.


Financial aid and scholarships written over green and beige graphic with background of US dollars.

There are several scholarship opportunities available from sources outside Rutgers for undergraduate and graduate students who wish to participate in archaeological excavations and field schools. Prof. Farney is happy to advise and support you in the process of applying for them. Our students have been successful in getting many of these in the past

Classical Association of New England's Alison Barker Travel Scholarship, awards up to $750 annually for educational travel to classical sites to an undergraduate at a New England college or university who shows particular interest in the classics (due December 1): http://caneweb.org/forms/BarkerScholApp.pdf

 

Minority Scholarship in Classics and Classical Archaeology, sponsored by the Society for Classical Studies (open to undergraduates; due December 14): https://classicalstudies.org/awards-and-fellowships/minority-scholarship-classics-and-classical-archaeology

 

Classical Association of New England's Renata Poggioli Award, for $4000 to $6000 for 2018 for travel to Italy or Greece for undergraduate students, graduate students, or teachers at a New Englang insitution (due January 15): http://caneweb.org/forms/Poggioli.pdf

 

CAMWS Excavation/Field School Award, sponsored by the Classical Association of the Middle West and South, awards two scholarships of $2000 for participation in summer excavation or field school work at an archaeological site in the Greco-Roman World; winners must hold a teaching position in Greek or Latin in an elementary or secondary school within CAMWS territory or be enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student in a degree-granting Classics program within CAMWS territory (Due January 15): https://camws.org/awards/excavation.php

 

H.R. Butts Summer Scholarship for Fieldwork in Classical Archaeology, sponsored by Eta Sigma Phi (open to undergraduate and graduate members of Eta Sigma Phi; due February 15): http://www.etasigmaphi.org/scholarships/archaeological-fieldwork

Etruscan Foundation Fieldwork Fellowship (open to undergraduates and grad students; due February 22): https://www.etruscanfoundation.org/programs/fieldwork-fellowship/

 

David D. and Rosemary H. Coffin Fellowship for Travel in Classical Lands, sponsored by the Society for Classical Studies (open to members or non-members of the Society for Classical Studies who are teachers of Latin or Greek at the secondary level; due February 28): https://classicalstudies.org/awards-and-fellowships/david-d-and-rosemary-h-coffin-fellowship-travel-classical-lands

 

Jane C. Waldbaum Archaeological Field School Scholarship, sponsored by the Archaeological Institute of America (open to undergraduates; due March 1): https://www.archaeological.org/grants/708

 

DiMattio Celli Family Study Abroad Scholarship, sponsored by the UNICO Foundation, Inc. (open to undergraduate and graduate students of Italian descent; most due April 15): they have national fellowships: http://www.unico.org/scholarships.asp; and local chapters also may offer their own funding: http://www.unico.org/search.asp

 

Classical Association of Atlantic States (CAAS) Professional Development Grants (open to members of CAAS: mostly an option for teachers and maybe graduate students), which are awarded throughout the year based on their availability of funds: http://caas-cw.org/wp/caas/grants/


Some limited scholarship money may also be available for some Rutgers University-Newark students in the Honors College or who are History or Ancient and Medieval Civilization majors or minors.  Please inquire with Prof. Farney (gfarney@rutgers.edu) for more information about this.

Students outside of Rutgers should consult their home-departments (esp. Anthropology, Classics, History) and universities who sometimes have scholarships they offer for students to do fieldwork. Teachers should ask at their schools about funds for professional development.

Some limited scholarship money may also be available for some Rutgers University-Newark students in the Honors College or who are History or Ancient and Medieval Civilization majors or minors.  Please inquire with Prof. Farney (gfarney@rutgers.edu) for more information about this.

Students outside of Rutgers should consult their home-departments (esp. Anthropology, Classics, History) and universities who sometimes have scholarships they offer for students to do fieldwork. Teachers should ask at their schools about funds for professional development.