Silverson Family Community and Regional Planning Study Abroad Scholarship
This award shall be made available to students of junior and above class standing but sophomore students who are committed to the Community and Regional Planning program may be considered. This scholarship is non-renewable. Recipients shall be enrolled in the Department of Community and Regional Planning. Recipients shall be participating in a study abroad opportunity. Recipients shall have demonstrated financial need. Recipients shall have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Recipients shall have demonstrated leadership as evidenced by participation in extracurricular or community organizations and activities. Examples of extracurricular activities include involvement in recognized student organizations, professional organizations, or community service.