The Chpa General Scholarship
THE CHPA General Scholarship will not be awarded for academic year 2012-2013.
The CHPA General Scholarship will be awarded annually to a full-time student:
- who is a freshman (minimum of 15 hours) or a sophomore (minimum of 45 hours)
- with a major in the College of Humanities and Public Affairs
- with preference given to high school performance, college potential as indicated by aptitude tests, and to leadership qualities
- with an overall GPA of at least 3.25.
Awards will be made without regard for financial need.
1) Name _______________________________________________________________________________________
2) Social Security Number __________________________ Birthdate __________________ Female _____ Male _____
3) Address ______________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________ Phone ( )_______________________________________
4) Email address ________________________________________________________________________________
5) Which undergraduate program? ___________________________________________________________________
I consent to the release of the information provided for the purpose of evaluation by the CHPA Scholarship Committee or their appointed representatives.
Signature: _________________________________________________ Date: _________________________________
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