William D Griffith Fund in Administration of Justice

This fund shall be used to make scholarship grants to students majoring in Criminal Justice. Recipients should be sophomores, juniors, and seniors enrolled in the Criminal Justice program. A minimum of three scholarships, one each to a sophomore, junior, and a senior, shall be awarded. The amount of the scholarship awards shall not exceed the current resident tuition and fees.

Income in excess of the scholarship awards may be used for items such as: the William D. Griffith Speaker Series in Criminal Justice, internship incentives, student and faculty travel awards, and instructional tools.

Comments: Recipients shall be selected by the William D. Griffith Scholarship Committee which will consist of the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences or a designee, the Director of the Administration of Justice Program and two additional faculty members affiliated with the program.

College of Arts and Sciences, Criminal Justice
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please submit a letter of application to the Griffith Committee containing
    • your interest in the scholarship
    • career aspirations
    • explanation of need
    • a summary of all of your outside activities (community service, clubs and organizations).
  2. Please submit your resume.