Undergraduate Funding Opportunities

As emerging scholars and professionals, Princeton undergraduates enjoy unique opportunities to become global citizens. For those interested in examining Latin America and the Caribbean, PLAS funding serves as a foundation and as a springboard.

Competitive grants support compelling student work and initiatives, whether it’s studying Latin America up close or bringing writers like Junot Diaz to Princeton. 

Interested students are encouraged to apply for support via the Student Activities Funding Engine (SAFE).

Paul E. Sigmund Scholars Award

This prestigious award is open to up to five exceptional first- and second-year students planning innovative projects in the region.

Senior Thesis Research Funding

Travel funding empowers students across disciplines who intend to design in-person research as a complement to their thesis.

Independent Research

As students design hands-on independent research in their particular area of study, travel grants are available to offset costs.

Undergraduate Student Organizations

PLAS supports a number of student organizations in the design and development of creative campus programming.