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The Francis Scholar program honors incoming freshman that have shown an aptitude for public service through volunteerism. Francis Scholars commit to completing 60 volunteer hours per semester and receive a $500 scholarship for each semester they participate. Francis Scholars may also choose to use their Francis Scholar placement as their work study placement, if they are eligible for work study. Please review the specific requirements of the Francis Scholar Program listed below.
For the entering 2018 Freshman Class of Service Scholars the general program requirements are as follows:
There are three specific events that First Year Francis Scholars must attend. Attendance at these three events is mandatory and supersedes all other activities including athletics, university clubs, and events.
Additionally all Francis Scholars must attend at least one Alternative Break Trip during their freshman or sophomore year. Past trips have include Give Kids the World in Orlando, Florida; overseas mission trips through the Village Church to Guatemala; Hunger Relief service trips to Washington, DC; and a Habitat for Humanity trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Students work together to choose the location and plan the trips around a service theme. Scholarships are available to cover trip fees for students with financial need.
Please complete the application below:
Please provide a personal statement (500 word minimum) and address the following topics/questions. The personal statement is required and you must comment on each of the topics below.