John S. McConnell Endowed Memorial Scholarship

Applicant must be enrolled at the University as a full time undergraduate student.
Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Application consideration will be merit based.
Applicant will have demonstrated involvement and leadership at UCF (campus organizations, student government, campus offices, honors organizations, or other UCF-related experiences) and/or service to the local community.

  • Preference will be given to students who have trained/supported service dogs through the Service-Dog Training and Education Program (STEP) – a UCF student organization committed to teaching members about puppy care and training, while educating the student body/general public about disabilities and the help that service dogs provide—or through a similar UCF affiliated organization.
  • Preference will be given to students who have held leadership roles with Volunteer UCF in the area of animal awareness/advocacy.

The criteria for awarding the scholarship will be consistence with the guidelines established by the University Office of Student Financial Assistance.

Award
Varies
Scopes
Student Development and Enrollment Services
Deadline
02/28/2019
Supplemental Questions
  1. Have you participated with training/supporting service dogs through the Service-Dog Training and Education Program (STEP) - a UCF student organization committed to teaching members about puppy care and training, while educating the student body/general public about disabilities and the help that service dogs provide--or through a similar UCF affiliated organization?
  2. Please upload a letter of verification from a supervisor at the Service-Dog Training and Education Program (STEP) Program showing you participated in the program.
  3. Have you held leadership roles with Volunteer UCF in the area of animal awareness/advocacy?
  4. Please upload a letter of verification from a supervisor listing the leadership roles you held with Volunteer UCF in the area of animal awareness/advocacy.
  5. Are you enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student?