There are two scholarships available through the Office of Student Engagement's Leadership & Volunteerism department. The Contribution to Campus Life scholarships are designed to provide students with an opportunity to excel in areas of leadership and service through a direct, hands-on approach. The recipients of these scholarships are decided based on their current involvement with leadership and service as well as their willingness to grow in either of those areas.
• Applicants must be full-time or part-time degree seeking students.
• Each application may be submitted by one student only.
• If a senior is selected, he/she must be attending graduate school or participating in the Fifth Year program for the award period.
Expectations of those selected:
In accepting the scholarship award, there are certain expectations. A failure to follow any these may result in the loss of the scholarship award.
- Recipient(s) may need to come in during the summer for a few hours to prepare activities that are to be implemented at the beginning of the fall semester.
- Recipients will come in for 5 hours a week, beginning the first full week of classes each semester, to the Office of Student Engagement to work on service or leadership assignments.
- Recipients may be asked to help on projects in areas that are not listed under the scholarship description.
- Recipients are required to have a weekly progress meeting with the Coordinator of Leadership and Volunteerism. The day and time will be decided on at the beginning of each semester.
The Contribution to Campus Life Leadership Scholarship is designed for those who are seeking opportunities to build on and develop their leadership skills while excelling in their strengths. The recipient of this scholarship will spend their fall and spring semesters focusing on creating a student involvement survey to better assist students with becoming active on campus, assisting in leadership data analysis, educating students about leadership development as well as participating in various forms of recruitment and retention.
Congratulations to Kaylie Pennington, the 2014-2015 Leadership Scholarship recipient!
The Contribution to Campus Life Service Scholarship is designed for those who are seeking opportunities to excel in leadership through service. The recipient of this scholarship will spend their fall and spring semesters focusing on developing service opportunities for the campus, assisting in volunteerism data analysis, building and maintaining relationships with community service partners, educating students about the Active Citizen Continuum as well as various forms of recruitment and retention.
Congratulations to Nick Lang, the 2014-2015 Service Scholarship recipient!
Applications for 2015-2016 will open in January 2015.