College of Health and Human Services Student Scholarships
The following scholarships are currently available for students enrolled in the College of Health and Human Services for the Spring, 2013 term. Eligibility varies. Application Deadline: Must be received by 5 p.m. Thursday, December 12, 2013.
To apply, see Instructions and other Guidelines.
Henne and Kovach Family Award in Chemistry
Award: One at $500
- Degree seeking student in the College of Arts and Sciences or College of Health and Human Services
- Must enroll in Bio-Chemistry 5331
- Enrolled (or about to enroll) in a minimum of 6 credit hours
- Minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA
- Essay (500 words) describing how you feel bio-chemistry will impact your career choice.
Jassac Charitable Foundation Scholarship Honoring Lorine S. Samuels
Award: Four at $500 (Follett Gift Card)
- Must be an undergraduate degree seeking student
- Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 from GSU or most recent school
- Must be enrolled (or enrolling) in a minimum of six credit hours
- African American student preferred
- Essay (500 words) outlining your career aspirations.
Rich Township Community Scholarships
Award: Four at $500
- Must live or work in Rich Township, Illinois
- 22 years of age or older
- Graduate or undergraduate degree seeking student at GSU
- Enrolled (or about to enroll) in at least 6 credit hours
- Rich Township officials or employees, or family members of officials or employees are not eligible.
- Preference is given to the a) Spouse of Military Reservist called to active duty; b) Single parent in the process of completing degree requirements; c) Recently unemployed person in process of training for a new career; or d) Veterans whose benefits do not cover textbooks. This is not a requirement.
- Essay (300 -500 words) outlining their career goals. Essay should include a description on how you fit into one or more of the above preferences, if applicable.
Melissa Kay Solomon Scholarship for Addiction Studies
Award: One at $500
- Graduate degree seeking student in Addictions Studies;
- Minimum current cumulative GPA of 3.5 (at GSU or former college/university);
- Enrolled (or about to enroll) in a minimum of six credit hours;
- Financial need is a criterion (a FAFSA form is required)
Submit an essay (500 words) discussing the reasons you chose a career in Addiction Studies and your career goals.