Dean's Leadership Council Transformational Learning Scholarship
The UNF College of
Arts & Sciences Dean’s Council is accepting applications for its 2018 Transformational
These are competitive,
merit-based awards in support of undergraduate students engaged in scholarly and/or
creative projects that will enrich their academic learning and personal
development. Scholarship recipients will receive up to $3,500 to support their experience.*
The project must be undertaken during the summer or fall semesters of 2018.
The Transformational Learning Scholarship will fund students pursuing:
Directed Independent Study - specific guided research with a tenure-track
Internships – academically relevant unpaid internships
International Learning – study abroad or TLO courses abroad
Undergraduate Research that requires lengthy laboratory or field work
Transformational Learning Scholarship application deadline is February 16, 2018. The
College of Arts & Sciences Dean’s Council will evaluate the applications
and will make its award decisions by March 25, 2018.
COAS TLO 2018 Application
Exemplary Student Application Sample
To be eligible for the Transformational Learning
Scholarship, an applicant must:
Be enrolled in a College of Arts & Sciences
bachelor’s degree program in the year following receipt of the scholarship
Have a full-time College of Arts & Sciences faculty
member sponsor the project and oversee its completion. The faculty sponsor must
endorse the student’s proposal as part of this application.
Enroll for three hours of academic credit for
his or her work and receive a letter grade from the sponsoring faculty member
upon the project’s completion. If the
project is intended to take place during the summer semester, students are
encouraged to complete a Summer
Financial Aid Request Form via their myWings account.
Be willing and available to present the results
of the completed project at a Dean’s Council meeting, comply with all
University regulations, rules, and codes of conduct governing students on campus,
and consent to release his or her grades to University Development and Alumni Engagement if
they are requested.
questions? Please contact Meg Vaysben, the College of Arts & Sciences’ Associate Director
of Development at 620.2596 or email@example.com.
The total value of financial aid and
scholarships the student receives during any one academic year at UNF
should not exceed the Cost of Education as established by UNF Enrollment
Services. If the student is awarded a combination of federal, state, private,
foundation, institutional financial aid, and scholarships which exceeds the
Cost of Education, the institutional scholarship will be reduced until the
total value of financial aid and scholarships equals the cost of education for