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									                          DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

                              WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY

            Application for the Arden J. Elsasser Memorial Undergraduate
                        Scholarship Award in Political Science


Please see eligibility rules and criteria on the next page before completing this form.

Name:

WIN #:

Local Address:

Phone #:                            E-Mail:

Home Address:

Phone #:

Are you a declared major in the Political Science Department?

                             Yes              No

Will you be at least a second semester Junior by the end of the Spring 2008 semester?

                             Yes              No

List the courses you are currently enrolled in this semester:




Name three professors (along with their departments) who know your work and can
comment on your accomplishments:



Write an essay in which you describe your studies, your community service activities, and
your career plans or goals.

Your application form and essay are due in the Political Science Office, 3308 Friedmann Hall,
by the Friday before Spring break (“Spirit Day” on the academic calendar). Announcement
of the award will be made at the end of March. The award will be presented at the Political
Science Honors Luncheon in early April.
                  THE ARDEN J. ELSASSER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD



This award for excellence in scholarship and community service has been established in
memory of Arden J. Elsasser by her Friends and the League of Women Voters. A superior
student of Political Science, Arden J. Elsasser gave faithful service to the League and
contributed to the Kalamazoo community. The award, which is made annually, will normally
be approximately $450 awarded in Fall Semester of 2008. This amount may be varied
depending on the availability of funds. Application is open to undergraduates or graduates
majoring in Political Science at Western Michigan University.

Criteria

     1.    A grade average of "B" overall as well as a “B” average in Political Science at the
           time of the award.

     2.    All applicants must be political science graduate students or have earned at least
           96 hours toward an undergraduate degree in political science.

     3.    The applicant must have been a regular enrolled student at some time during the
           calendar year immediately preceding the granting of the award.

								
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