Huskie Service Scholars Fellows
Huskie Service Scholars (HSS) is a program in which eligible freshmen and first-semester transfer students connect through a supportive peer network and engage in weekly service activities on-campus and in the community. Students work in teams at different campus partner sites and meet monthly during cohort meetings geared toward professional development and academic resources. Each team is led by a Peer Mentor who facilitates additional team meetings and group reflection on their service experience.
- Supplemental Questions
- Describe what service and volunteering mean to you. How have you been involved with the community? Please further explain why you have served in the past and how these experiences have helped you develop as a person. (If you don't have prior community involvement experience, type NA to still have your application considered).
- Describe how participation in this program will enhance your academic and college experience. Please list specific skills you are hoping to gain from this experience.
- How do you plan to manage your time to make this commitment to 150 hours of service in a calendar year? Are you planning on a weekly commitment to service?
- 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).