2021-2022 Fairmount College Scholarship and Fellowship Application

Applications for the 2020-2021 scholarships have closed.

New freshman (fall 2021) priority deadline - November 1, 2020*

Final application deadline - February 1, 2021

Before you start the application:

  1. Make sure your major and contact information are up-to-date with the university. If the information you include on this scholarship application is inconsistent with the information entered in the university system, particularly major and/or program of study, it could negatively effect your eligibility for certain scholarships.
  2. It is usually in your best interest to write your scholarship and financial statements ahead of time and have your activities list on hand before begin filling out the application form.

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Gender*
Racial or Ethnic Group (optional)
Are you a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident? *
Are you a Kansas resident?*
Will you be a new freshman for the fall 2021 semester*
For the academic year applying for, I will be a:*
Enrollment plans per semester (select one):*
SCHOLARSHIP REQUIREMENT QUESTIONS
Many of our scholarships require consideration of information beyond what is usually found in a student’s academic record. Please answer each question below. Neglecting to answer each question may impact your eligibility for certain awards.
Are you a Biology major who has or will have completed Biology 210 and Biology 330 by the fall 2021 semester and have an interest in microbiology or cell biology? If yes, please discuss in your scholarship statement.*
Are you a Biology major preparing for a research career in medical sciences? If yes, please discuss this in your scholarship statement.*
Are you a Biology or Pre-medical major preparing to attend medical school? If yes, please discuss this in your scholarship statement. *
Are you a Pre-medical major planning to practice dentistry? If yes, please discuss this in your scholarship statement. *
Are you doing undergraduate research in organic chemistry? If yes, please name your research advisor when listing your research experience.
Are you a Geology major who plans to enter the field of Petroleum Geology? If yes, please discuss this in your scholarship statement. *
Are you a Criminal Justice major with a career objective to be a peace officer (ex: police officer, state trooper, sheriff, marshal, correction officer, etc.)? If yes, please discuss this in your scholarship statement. *
Are you a Criminal Justice major who is an employee, or a dependent of an employee, of the Wichita Police Department? *
Are you a Criminal Justice major who is a commissioned officer, or child of a current or retired member, of the Sedgwick County Sheriff's Department or the Wichita Police Department? *
Are you a Spanish major who actively works in/for and promotes understanding of Latino culture? If yes, please discuss this in your scholarship statement. *
Are you a Social Work major who is a member of a Greek fraternity or sorority?*
Are you a Social Work student of Native American heritage?*
Are you a Social Work student who is performing research to improve the well-being of Native Americans? If yes, please discuss this in your scholarship statement. *
Are you majoring in social work and have first-hand, lived experience as a runaway or homeless youth, minor in foster care, and/or identifies as a survivor of sexual exploitation/human trafficking (including labor)/etc?
Are you majoring in social work and have lived experience in the child welfare and/or criminal/legal systems (e.g. foster care, juvenile detention, etc.)?
Are you majoring in social work and have faced and overcome various forms of vulnerabilities and marginalization as a result of ism's (e.g. racism, classism, sexism, etc.)?
Are you majoring in social work and can demonstrate an intent to work on social justice/human rights issues particularly in regards to runaway youth, homelessness, child welfare/foster care reform, criminal/legal system reform, survivors of labor and sex trafficking?
Are you a Philosophy major?*
Are you a History, Public Administration, or Women’s Studies graduate student with an undergraduate degree in History? *
Are you an English, Physics, or Spanish major who plans to teach? If yes, please discuss this in your scholarship statement. *
Are you a female student returning to school or entering at a later age than the average student? *
Are you pursuing a course of study to practice law? If yes, please discuss this in your scholarship statement.*
Are you a Women's Studies' major or field major?
Are you a Women's Studies' minor?
Do you have interest in pursuing a BA in Women, Gender and Diversity Studies?
Are you a single parent enrolled full-time or part-time as a Women's Studies' major, field major, minor or pursuing a BGS degree?
Are you at least partially self-supporting? If yes, it would be helpful for you discuss this further in your financial statement.*
Will you be employed at least part-time for the 2021-2022 academic year?*
SCHOLARSHIP STATEMENT
ACTIVITIES
FINANCIAL INFORMATION (OPTIONAL)
STUDENT CERTIFICATION AND SUBMISSION
If you are a currently enrolled WSU student, please use your WSU @shockers.wichita.edu email address. The Fairmount College Dean's Office will contact students via WSU email regarding award notices, scholarship announcements, scholarship requirement compliance, etc. Students should be diligent in checking their WSU email and keeping their inbox clear.
 

 

If you are a currently enrolled WSU student, please use your WSU @shockers.wichita.edu email address. The Fairmount College Dean's Office will contact students via WSU email regarding award notices, scholarship announcements, scholarship requirement compliance, etc. Students should be diligent in checking their WSU email and keeping their inbox clear.