Huskie Service Scholars
Huskie Service Scholars (HSS) is a service-learning program in which eligible freshmen and first-semester transfer students make a difference on campus and in the surrounding community through weekly service activities. Students will be assigned a supportive peer network for a particular campus partner. Students will meet during monthly cohort meetings geared towards professional development, service reflection, and resources available on campus.
- Supplemental Questions
- Describe what service and volunteering mean to you.
- Are you a first-generation college student? A first-generation college student is defined as a student whose parent(s)/legal guardian(s) have not completed a four year bachelor's degree.
- Will you be receiving the Federal Pell Grant for the upcoming academic year? The Pell Grant is awarded through a review of the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).
- How did you hear about this program?
- I understand that the Huskie Service Scholars is an academic-year-long program. I understand that as a part of the Huskie Service Scholarship I will: complete a minimum of 150 on-site service hours; commit 5-8 service hours per week; attend monthly cohort meetings (Mondays); stay enrolled full-time (12 credit hours) for both semesters; maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher; receive a $1,200 tuition waiver (equally distributed for fall and spring semesters) upon successful completion of the program.