Community and Regional Planning Dual Degree Scholarship
The Community and Regional Planning Dual Degree Scholarship was established by the Jeske’s in order to foster dual-degree students withing the department of CRP as well as the CALS, LAS, and the College of Business. Karen Quance Jeske served as an adjunct professor in the department of Community & Regional Planning for a number of years and understood the department’s priority in attracting dual-degree majors.
Recipients shall have dual-majors with one of the majors in community and regional planning and the other major in another program in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences or the College of Business. This award shall be made available to students of undergraduate class standing. This scholarship may be renewed so long as recipients continue to meet stated criteria.
Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and FAFSA on file
The Donors would like these scholarships to be of significant benefit to the recipients and requests that scholarships in the amount of $2,500 each be awarded over the next few years for a total of ten (10) scholarships.