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Winter 2016
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Kyle Crocco

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Ana Romero

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Tuesday
Feb092016

$200 Book Grant Available for Re-Entry/Non-Traditional Students

The Professional Women’s Association (PWA) is offering a limited number of $200 book grants for re-entry/non-traditional students.

Grants are intended to support current UCSB re-entry/non-traditional students who face challenges to complete their degrees due to being a student, parent, wage earner, community volunteer, and/or participant in co-curricular activities. UCSB defines a re-entry/non-traditional student as someone who is returning to his or her education after a period of time, and/or is married, and/or has dependents. The committee will choose the scholarship recipients based on a student’s application and financial need. UCSB PWA

Deadline: Wednesday, Feb. 24 by 5 p.m.

Eligibility: Currently enrolled UCSB re-entry/non-traditional student, who has never won the award.

To Apply: Online applications only.

Questions: Contact the PWA 2015-16 Awards & Recognition Co-chairs: Nancy Chudy or Angelica Diaz.

Applicants will be notified if they were selected and announced to the community no later than March 11. Awards will be disbursed at the beginning of Spring Quarter, and winners will be recognized at the PWA Professional Development Conference in May.

Monday
Nov222010

Book Scholarships Available

By Don Lubach - Student Affairs Correspondent, care of Katya Armistead

2010-2011 Barbara S. Uehling Book Scholarship Application For Re-Entry/Non-Traditional Students

 The UCSB Professional Women’s Association (PWA), with the support of the UCSB Bookstore, is pleased to announce the availability of book scholarships for re-entry/non-traditional students. PWA promotes the advancement of women at UCSB and serves as a voice for women in the discussion of campus issues. PWA’s goals include education, acknowledging women’s contributions to UCSB, mentoring, and outreach to the campus and community.

Five scholarships will be awarded in the amount of $200 gift certificates to the UCSB Bookstore.

 The scholarships will be awarded to current UCSB re-entry/non-traditional students who face unique challenges in completing their degrees as they juggle being a student, parent, wage earner, community volunteer, and/or participant in co-curricular activities.  UCSB defines a re-entry/non-traditional student as someone who is returning to his or her education after a period of time, and/or is married, and/or has dependents. The committee will choose the scholarship recipients based on a student’s application and financial need.

Completed applications must be received in Mail Services (mail code 8617), no later than Friday, December 10, 2010.

Applications are available at the following locations:

  • Online at www.pwa.ucsb.edu
  • Visitor Center, 1102 SAASB
  • Student Resource Building
  • Women’s Center
  • Office of Student Life
  • Disabled Students Program
  • Non-Traditional and Re-entry Student Resource Center

 

You may contact the Recognition & Awards Co-Chairs:

Katya Armistead and Gina Gonzales at:  awards@pwa.ucsb.edu

 

Past recipients of this award are not eligible.  Scholarship winners will be announced by Friday, December 17th, 2010.