Campus Community Leader Scholarship Application/Class of 2012 Annual Scholarship (2013-2014)
In an effort to streamline the scholarship application process for the students of Plymouth State University we have decided to create one application for The Campus Community Leader Scholarship and The Class of 2012 Annual Scholarship.
The Campus Community Leader Scholarship
The Campus Community Leader Scholarship Fund is created by the 2010-2011 Student Senate of Plymouth State University. The purporse of the fund is to provide recognition, reward and financial assistance to students who have contributed significantly to the PSU community through their campus leadership and who have maintained a strong academic record.
The Campus Community Leader Scholarship(s) are available to undergraduate or graduate students with documented financial need who have earned a minimum of 25 credits at Plymouth State University and maintained a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA. Recipients must be full time students, attending for a full year of study for which this award is given. Students may only receive this award one time; the scholarship does not renew and students may not reapply after having received this award during their time as a student at Plymouth State University.
The Class of 2012 scholarship
The Class of 2012 Annual Scholarship was created as the senior class gift to Plymouth State upon their graduation in May of 2012. The Class of 2012 wishes to honor a PSU student who has been dedicated to giving back to the University and their surrounding community throughout their years at PSU.
The Class of 2012 Annual Scholarship(s) shall provide an award in the amount of $1,000 to an undergraduate matriculated student, with documented financial need, who will be full-time, and attending for a full year of study. The recipient must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and who have demonstrated service to the University and surrounding community.
The application process requires candidates to submit a resume that details their leadership experience and an original essay not to exceed 1,000 words describing how their leadership has contributed to the PSU community. Candidates may also submit other materials, reference letters, or background information he or she would like the committee to take into consideration.
**Note: Only 1 essay is required, all materials submitted will be used in consideration for each scholarship