DePaul Leadership Scholarship Application

YOU MUST BE AN INCOMING FRESHMAN FOR THE 2018-2019 ACADEMIC YEAR TO APPLY FOR THIS SCHOLARSHIP

The deadline for application submission online must be no later than December 1, 2017 11:59:59 PM Central Standard Time.

The DePaul Leadership Scholarship is awarded to incoming traditional freshmen students. The DePaul Leadership Scholarship Program is designed to prepare students to act as socially responsible leaders who are dedicated to Vincentian values such as compassion, promoting human dignity and a commitment to social justice. Recipients of this scholarship will engage in leadership development experiences, community service, spiritual growth and interfaith dialogues. Scholars will maintain supportive relationships with each other and with mentors in the Student Leadership Institute and University Ministry.

To be considered, you must demonstrate leadership ability, community service experience, a desire to grow spiritually and a commitment to serve the poor and marginalized and/or address societal concerns. Visit https://studentaffairs.depaul.edu/sli/scholars.html for more information.

As financial need is a consideration, we strongly encourage you to file the FAFSA, if applicable. The FAFSA can be filed as soon as possible after October 1st, 2017. For additional information on the scholarship application process, please contact the Scholarship Office in the Office of Admission at (312) 362-8704 or scholarship@depaul.edu.

Award
$8500
Deadline
12/04/2017
Supplemental Questions
  1. Have you held a formal leadership position (E.g. President, Vice President, Founder, Manager, Editor, Treasurer, Secretary, etc.) in an organization/group during high school for at least one full academic year?
  2. Have you maintained active membership in at least one organization at school or in the community for more than one academic year?
  3. Have you done community service outside of what is required by your high school or a program?
  4. Have you taken initiative to bring about a positive change in an organization or community?
  5. Do you have direct community service experience with people who are poor and/or marginalized?
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