Civic Engagement & Housing Justice Scholarship
We recognize students face many financial barriers while attempting to complete their degree, including housing obstacles and reliable access to nutritious food. We want all students that are interested to have access to joining this community and we wish to benefit from the participation and leadership of students who have personal insight and experience with these financial challenges. Therefore we have developed a financial support system specific to this Learning community in the form of housing and/or a meal plan at Campus Village Apartments. Please complete this application and we will contact you with further information.
Students selected for this scholarship must be enrolled in the two required Learning Community courses consisting of a one-credit University sponsored success course at no additional cost to the student and a three-credit Political Science course.
Must Demonstrate Financial Need
Commitment to community involvement and leadership
Students from traditionally underrepresented communities
Students with personal experience with housing and/or food insecurity
The selection process includes in person interviews, dates to be determined.