Academic Support Center Demonstrated Potential Scholarship

The Academic Support Center’s purpose is to engage and empower individuals to become confident, capable, independent learners while providing academic instruction and support in a safe and encouraging environment. A non-traditional student is preferred for the Academic Support Center Demonstrated Potential Scholarship. The recipient must have financial need and must have successfully completed a developmental course within the last two years (M065/090/095/098, WRIT095 or RD101). Consideration will be given to students who work full- or part-time to support a family while in college, to students who have day-care aged children, or to students who have faced some other hardship in completing their education.

Donor
Academic Support Center Demonstrated Potential Scholarship
Award
Varies
Deadline
02/01/2019
Supplemental Questions
  1. Have you completed a developmental course within the last two years to include M065/090/095/098, WRIT095 or RD101?
  2. Are you currently employed full- or part-time?
  3. Do you have dependent children ages 0-5 years old?