Delaware State University’s Office of Undergraduate Research Experiential Learning and Honors (URELAH) is providing the school’s undergraduate students with a chance to win scholarships.
“We were able to secure grant funding through JP Morgan and Chase. They advised that they wanted to support the Office of URELAH and students at DSU,” the Assistant Director of DSU’s Office of URELAH, Danielle Craig said.
On January 22nd, the office announced on its Instagram, that it is now accepting scholarship applications. Each has an award of $5,000. These scholarships include the “Hornet Leadership and Service Award”, “Academic Excellence Award for High GPA”, “Research Award”, “Global and Moral Citizenship Award”, and “Community Advocate Award”.
“The award doesn’t necessarily have to go only toward their tuition. They’re going to get this stipend to be able to help offset whatever they need to offset to continue in their studies for the next semester,” Craig added.
The criteria and eligibility requirements for each scholarship can be found on the Office of URELAH’s Instagram page, and the QR code on the flyer above.
“All majors are welcome to apply,” the Director of the DSU’s Office of URELAH, Shonda Poe said in an email.
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