Boyd Duncan, Gustav Petterson, T.R. Schaffler Scholarship

Applicants must be enrolled as a full-time student pursuing a bachelor’s degree with a major in Sociology or Corrections.

Sociology Alumni and Friends
Up to $1,500
College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Social Sciences: Criminal Justice
Supplemental Questions
  1. A statement of purpose describing in 500 words or less: why you chose to major in sociology or corrections, how your past and present activities and future plans reflect the Mission Statements of the Sociology and Corrections programs (available on department website), what you plan to do after graduation and your career goals.
  2. A copy of all unofficial undergraduate transcripts. NOTE: Applications not including transcripts will not be considered.
  3. A copy of their resume or Curriculum Vita, including: education, related work experience (type of work, dates, employers), related volunteer work (type of work, dates, organizations), awards, scholarships or grants, and professional conference participation or presentations.