Annette Langdon Memorial Scholarship

The Annette Langdon Memorial Scholarship was established in 2008 in memory of Annette Langdon by friends and family. The scholarship provides financial assistance to undergraduate students who are working to improve the lives of people in under-resourced communities. Annette Langdon SIS ’99, CAS/MA ’01 was a great humanitarian, and a strong believer in the notion that each person can make a difference in the lives of our fellow human beings.

Income from the Fund will be awarded to a student who meets the following qualifications/requirements:
1) All students are encouraged to apply, but preference will be given to a sophomore student majoring in SIS. The student should be in good academic standing with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
2) The student must be committed to addressing various social causes and should therefore be active in community service and/or social justice organizations. The student will have shown that s/he has contributed time, energy, and leadership to support causes that ultimately has/will have improved the well-being of the community. This commitment will be evaluated through a student essay process, in which s/he must describe a leadership role taken in the community or on campus to support a specific social cause.
3) The ALSA award is designed to assist students who have a financial need. Preference will be given to Pell grant eligible students and/or students with household income of $60,000 or less.

If eligible candidates cannot be identified in a particular year, the ALSA Award will not be granted.

Award
VARIES
Deadline
06/30/2018
Supplemental Questions
  1. In order to be eligible for the scholarship, the student must be committed to addressing various social causes and should therefore be active in community service and/or social justice organizations. The student will have shown that s/he has contributed time, energy, and leadership to support causes that ultimately has/will have improved the well-being of the community. Please describe a leadership role that you have taken in the community or on campus to support a specific social cause.