SPA - Susan C. Kirk Scholarship
Awarded to School of Public Affairs undergraduate or graduate students on the basis of academic merit, financial need, and demonstrated commitment to community activism or advocacy for issues relating to women. Women are particularly encouraged to apply for this scholarship; however, an applicant’s gender will not be considered a factor in the recipient selection process. Financial need may be taken into consideration. Recipients must be enrolled full time in the School of Public Affairs and maintain good academic standing for the entire period during which the award is received. The award will be dispersed in two even amounts in the fall and spring terms.
- Up to $1,000
- School of Public Affairs
- Supplemental Questions
- In 500 to 1,000 words, please describe your demonstrated commitment to community activism or advocacy for issues relating to women.
- Please explain your current financial need and, if applicable, why the EFC on your FAFSA does not reflect your current financial situation.