This scholarship is designed to provide Criminal Justice, Social Work, and Urban Education students being advised in the College of Public Service with support to take an additional course and progress further toward graduation. Students who are being advised in the College of Public Service, who are in good academic standing, and who want to discuss the opportunity with their CPS advisor should review the qualifications below and make an appointment with their assigned CPS advisor.
Awards will be made in the amount of:
- 6 credit hours to 9 credit hours - $750.00
- 9 credit hours to 12 credit hours - $750.00
- 12 credit hours to 15 credit hours - $750.00
Applicant must possess the following qualifications in order to be eligible to receive the Take One More Scholarship in the College of Public Service:
- Applicant must be a student advised and in an academic program in the College of Public Service; Criminal Justice, Social Work, Urban Education
- Applicant must be a student in good standing.
- Applicant must engage in a meeting with College of Public Service Advisor to determine scholarship eligibility prior to completing the scholarship application
- Applicant may work no more than 40 hours or less per week.
- Applicant must have registered and successfully completed (Grade C or better) 6, 9, or 12 hours in Fall, 2018
- Applicant must have an expected graduation date of December, 2019 or beyond.
- Applicant must agree to participate in two check-in meetings with assigned College of Public Service Advisor and attend and provide proof of attendance in two of the following:
- Academic Support Centers
- CPS Sessions on Financial Literacy and/or Study Strategies
- Academic Lecture on Campus (Examples: vitalvoices or Gator Grit)
- Join a student organization and participate in an event
- Attend a session with an internship coordinator or career coach
Note: In the event a scholarship recipient needs to make any change to the academic schedule once the semester begins, the recipient will need to schedule a mandatory meeting with assigned College of Public Service advisor