Amy Kuritar Lohrmann Memorial Endowed Scholarship
Amy Kuritar Lohrmann graduated from UCF in 1994 with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. She was an exceptional student who was an active member of Lambda Alpha Epsilon.
After graduating from UCF, Amy worked for the Seminole County Probation Office for three years as a probation officer. She was respected and liked by her colleagues and was considered an integral part of the office.
In 2001, Amy was tragically killed by her husband in a domestic violence incident that ended in a murder-suicide. Her parents, Robert and Renee Kuritar, established this scholarship in her memory in 2002.
This scholarship award is intended for the Fall 2021 Semester.
This scholarship is an opportunity to create more awareness for domestic violence prevention through law enforcement support and to assist criminal justice students interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement.
- Applicant must be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student majoring in Criminal Justice.
- Applicant must be junior or senior.
- Applicant must maintain a minimum 3.0 overall grade point average.
- Applicant must submit a brief essay detailing:
- Involvement in clubs, organizations, volunteer leadership positions, and professional goals
- 1 Page Limit, Double-Spaced, 12 font size
- Preference shall be given to applicants who demonstrate financial need as determined by the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).
- Preference shall be given to applicants who demonstrate involvement in clubs and organizations, volunteer leadership positions, and community service.