Theodore W. "Ted" Rector Scholarship

Awarded to College of Community and Public Affairs students who are studying or planning a career in criminal justice, leadership, student affairs or higher education, and will rotate annually among (1) Human Development, (2) Education, (3) Student Affairs Administration, and (4) Social Work graduate programs and are matriculated full- or part-time students enrolled in 4 or more credits with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and financial need.

Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. The review and selection of the recipient is done by faculty in the College of Community and Public Affairs, and awards are made during the spring semester for the following academic year.

Supplemental Questions
  1. In a short essay describe why you chose your area of study and your career goals.