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Undergraduate students and graduate assistants (GAs) employed by the Sherrod Library for at least one full semester can
offered annually in the Spring semester. Each scholarship is funded by the generosity of donors.
Each scholarship award is $500 for one semester and is directly deposited into the student's account using their payroll ID.
Scholarship winners are expected to attend the Scholarship Award Celebration in April to accept their award.
Scholarship winners agree to allow their essay and likeness to be used in library publicity about the scholarship program.
To be eligible for a scholarship, the student employee must be
Eligible students may apply for the scholarship every year they work for the library.
To apply, a student employee must
All of the items listed above must be submitted before the application will be considered.
Specific dates for 2019 are:
Undergraduate Student Worker Scholarship - email Rebecca Tolley email@example.com
Oustanding Graduate Assistant Scholarship - email Dr. Wendy Doucette firstname.lastname@example.org
2018 (from left to right):
Jon Perkins, Pat Van Zandt (Former Dean of University Libraries),Cindy Proffitt (Execuive Aide, Sherrod Library), Celeste Hobbs, Stephen Duncan
2016 (from left to right):
Matthew Baptist, Jasmine Taylor Seal, Brittany Risner, Christopher Harr
2015 (from left to right):
Rebecca Cox, Zachary Peck, and Adam Timbs
2014 (from left to right):
Shannon Reed, Rachel Taylor, Amberly Rogers