Service Scholars is a comprehensive initiative that offers participants the opportunity to extend their civic engagement in the community, reflect upon possibilities for personal and social change, as well as develop the necessary skills to succeed in the classroom and, eventually, in the workforce. Service Scholars earn a $2,000 scholarship renewable for four years.The inaugural class of Service Scholars enrolled in fall 2016.
For questions about the applying to Service Scholars, please contact your admissions counselor.
For questions about expectations and benefits within the program, please contact Cheryl Wilson, Dean of School of Humanities and Social Sciences, at cawilson@stevenson or 443-334-2579.
In order to be considered for the Service Scholars Program and $2,000 annual Service Scholarship, students must do the following:
Students who meet all of the above application requirements will be notified whether or not they have been selected for Stevenson University Service Scholars by Friday, March 1.
Benefits of the program include:
In order to remain a Service Scholar once accepted to the program, students must:
Service Scholars typically receive the Deans’ or Trustees’ merit scholarship. In addition, Service Scholars are awarded a Service Scholarship and the Founders’ Scholarship, which recognizes a student’s potential to be an active, engaged member of the Stevenson Community. All scholarships are renewable for four years. For more information, please see the Scholarship & Grants page.