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									                                   Scholarship Program 2011-2012

The Office of Adult Student Affairs is pleased to announce their Scholarship Program for the 2011-2012
academic year. This program is designed to assist the growing number of adult learners who are returning to
school. Two students (one undergraduate and one graduate/professional student) will be chosen from the
applicant pool each term, including summer. Each regular year academic term recipient will be awarded a
$2,000 scholarship and the summer term recipients will receive a $1,000 scholarship. These awards are not
renewable and winners of the scholarships cannot apply for another Adult Student Affairs Scholarship in
the same academic year.

Fall Quarter = 2 students - $2,000 each         Winter Quarter = 2 students - $2,000 each

Spring Quarter = 2 students - $2,000 each       Summer Quarter = 2 students - $1,000 each

Students who have applied, but have not received a scholarship may apply again within the same academic year.

Winners of the scholarship have the option of having the funds applied to their tuition or towards a DePaul
University sponsored Study Abroad trip for the quarter in which they are awarded the scholarship. Winners
must be enrolled at least half time or registered for the study abroad trip in the term for the quarter in
which they are awarded the scholarship. Current financial aid packages may be adjusted when the
scholarships are applied.

                                            Deadline for Application:

    Only applications delivered, emailed, or postmarked on or before the following dates will be

    *Fall Quarter deadline – August 15, 2011            *Winter Quarter deadline – November 22, 2011

    *Spring Quarter deadline – February 26, 2012        *Summer Quarter deadline – May 11, 2012


To be eligible for the scholarship program, you must:

     Have financial need as determined by the results of your FAFSA. All students need to have a FAFSAS
        on file to be considered.
     Be a continuing DePaul student who is currently enrolled at least part-time as a graduate (4 credit
        hours), professional (9 hours) or undergraduate (8 hours).
     Be an adult student. Adult student is defined as an undergraduate student who is 24 years of age or
        older. All graduate, veteran and professional students may apply regardless of age.
     Have a cumulative 3.5 GPA
     Complete a short essay (details for essay below)
     Submit the application (via email, mail or drop off) by the deadline to:

        Bernadine Thomas, Assistant Director
        Office of Adult Student Affairs
        1 E. Jackson
        DPC 11015
        Chicago, IL 60604

(Incomplete applications and those received after the deadline will not be considered)

                        DePaul University – Office of Adult Student Affairs
                           Scholarship Program Application 2011-2012

                                       (Please type or print legibly)

Name: ________________________________________________________________

Student ID: ____________________________________________________________

Address: ______________________________________________________________

Phone number: _________________________________________________________

Email: _________________________________________________________________

DePaul College & Major: __________________________________________________

Student Status:  Adult Undergraduate Student           Graduate Student

Check all that apply:  New Student      Continuing Student        Transfer Student

 On-Line Student  Veteran

Cumulative GPA: _______________________

Quarter for which you are applying (select only one):  fall     winter      spring     summer

Scholarship will be applied to:  Tuition OR  DePaul University Sponsored Study Abroad Trip

                       Short Essay – address the following in a 1-2 page essay:

           1. Your personal statement

                      Address your educational journey and your personal career goals as an adult student.

                      Be sure to include your future plans (academic and career)

           2. How do your future plans align with the Vincentian mission?

           3. How do you plan to engage with the various student organization on campus?

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