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UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON STAFF COUNCIL 2010-2011 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION
 

Summary: UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON STAFF COUNCIL
2010-2011 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION
MISSION STATEMENT:
The University of Houston Staff Council is dedicated to providing opportunities for staff members to advance their education. In that
effort the University of Houston Staff Council provides ten $500 scholarships to employees who plan to attend degree or job related
academic credit classes during the fall, spring or summer semesters at the University of Houston main campus.
QUALIFICATION CRITERIA:
To be considered for a Staff Council Scholarship, the staff member:
Must be employed in a benefits-eligible position on the University of Houston campus for at least one year as of March 1, 2010.
Must have completed 6 hours of undergraduate or graduate credits for evaluation.
Must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or higher.
Must demonstrate strong commitment to academic excellence and potential to succeed.
SELECTION & AWARD PROCESS:
A Staff Council committee ranks the applications in a blind review process and selects the top ten applicants to receive scholarships
proportional to the number of applicants at each degree level (undergraduate or graduate).
Awards are credited to the recipients' UH academic account when proof of registration is received.
Awards are credited to an academic course (not audit or continuing education) for UH credit during FY'11 (Fall '10, Spring '11,
Summer'11).
Award recipients are invited and asked to attend the Staff Excellence Awards Luncheon held in May 2010.
Awards apply to the year and can not be moved forward. Any recipient that cannot utilize the scholarship within the year should

  

Source: Azevedo, Ricardo - Department of Biology and Biochemistry, University of Houston

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine; Environmental Sciences and Ecology