Daniels Boundless Opportunity Scholarship

NOTE: This opportunity is accepting applications for the Academic Year 2021-2022 (Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters).

Please complete this Daniels Boundless Opportunity Scholarship application to be considered for the Academic Year 2022-2023.

Fund shall be used to provide need-based scholarships, as outlined in your proposal, to one or more of the following categories of non-traditional students: adult learners, GED recipients, foster care youth, juvenile justice youth, returning military, individuals pursuing EMT/paramedic training and individuals pursuing early childhood education.

Scholarship funds may only be used by the recipient toward the cost of tuition and required fees, room and board (on-campus housing only), campus provided health insurance converge, books and supplies and transportation/commuting expenses (limited to gas and public transportation). Scholarships will be awarded to 12 adult learners, with an average annual award of $2,000-$5,000.

The Associate Dean of Students in Multicultural Affairs will make spending decisions.

Award
Varies
College/Department
Non-Traditional, Veteran Services, and Gender Programs
Deadline
06/30/2022
Supplemental Questions
  1. Are you a veteran or active military?
  2. Which of your parents, if either, has completed a bachelor’s degree?
  3. What was your taxable Income that you reported to the IRS for the most recent tax season?
  4. What is the number claimed that you reported to the IRS for the most recent tax season, including yourself?
  5. Please attach a brief (one page or less) statement of application for the scholarship which includes the following information:
    • Your academic and career goals and evidence of academic promise
    • Evidence of leadership and contributions to community service or the community
    • Given your financial need, how you would benefit from the scholarship funds
    • The types of academic, personal, career, or other advising and support services you anticipate needing in order to pursue a college degree and how you would benefit from support services from the Boundless Opportunity Scholarship.