Be a Gilman Campus Advisor
Advisors have 3 options if they would like to become affiliated with the
Gilman International Scholarship Program.
1. Study Abroad Certifying Advisor
This advisor has the ability to certify an application submitted by a student at their currently enrolled U.S. institution. The advisor certifies the applicant’s study abroad program information, including performing limited research on applications involving non-affiliated study abroad programs or a program from by a third-party provider. They are familiar with international education programming and typically work within a study abroad office, academic advising office, or is a faculty member. They should have strong knowledge of the U.S. institution’s study abroad policies as it relates to academic credit and program costs. This advisor may also be invited to participate in the selection process. Register and verify your account.
2. Financial Aid Certifying Advisor
This advisor has the ability to certify financial aid information submitted by a student at their U.S. institution. The advisor is required to work within the applicant’s currently enrolled institution financial aid office. They must be able to provide information regarding the applicant’s Federal Pell Grant status and the amount of scholarships and grants that the student will be able to apply toward his or her education abroad program. This advisor may also be invited to participate in the selection process. Register and verify your account.
3. Non-Certifying Advisor
This advisor promotes the Gilman Scholarship Program on their U.S. institution’s campus. This advisor can be registered to receive updates and are invited to serve as a selection panelist. They can also view their institution’s application(s) progression. This position does not certify applications and can be anyone who works at a U.S. institution who is interested in furthering their campus’ involvement with the Gilman Program. Register and verify your account.
This is an overall picture of the whole Gilman Scholarship Program process, highlighting the actions advisors need to take.