Passports Tatted Global Access Grant

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In an effort to inspire men and women of color to travel internationally and for those who want to pursue personal and intellectual growth through international experiences, we have created the Passports Tatted Global Access Grant which is intended to support the cost of passport application fees for first time applicants who are undergraduate students who plan to travel abroad.  

Description: 
Passports Tatted provides grants of up to $145.00, an amount intended to equal the application cost for a United States Passport, to students in their Junior or Senior year of college that meet our requirements and are applying for a passport for the first time.

Once all applications have been reviewed, Passports Tatted will award the grant(s) to the Passports Tatted Global Access recipients.
 
Eligibility Requirements: 
To be eligible, students must:

  • Submit a 500 word essay on why traveling abroad is important and how traveling will impact your life

  • Be a first time U.S. passport holder (applications for passport renewals do not qualify)

  • Be a U.S. citizen

  • Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher

  • Be a full time student of Junior or Senior status and/or have more than 60 credit hours

  • Demonstrate intent to travel abroad while enrolled as an undergraduate

  • Submit an application on the Passports Tatted website

 
Deadline: 
Deadline for submitting a grant application: September 24, 2018


Global Access Grant Application

 
Name *
Name
Are you a U.S. citizen? *
Have you ever applied for a U.S. Passport? *
Please limit to 500 words.
Based on the information provided, we will verify that all information is accurately represented and any misrepresentation of yourself will disqualify you from becoming a recipient. *
 
 
 

Please be sure to email the following to PassportsTatted@gmail.com to complete your application:

  • Unofficial Transcript (To verfiy your undergraduate status & GPA)

  • Resume (For a more holistic view of your application)