Mark Stephen Souder Scholarship for Information Dissemination
Due Date: February 3
Offered to a new or currently enrolled student attending full time who demonstrates an interest in information dissemination (e.g., writer, web designer, teacher, musician, activist; anyone helping to influence the way people think about their world) to change the concepts of “nons”—non-residents, non-Caucasians, non-heterosexuals—to create a more equal, intelligent and compassionate society. Preference will be given to non-resident gay or lesbian students demonstrating quality and creativity of prior work in the area of information dissemination. Financial need will also be considered.
- Letter of application addressing your passion for and level of expertise in the dissemination of information. Tell us where you have been with this concept, what you are doing now and where you want to go in exploring how information is shared. Include a statement related to your financial need.
- A portfolio of work that expresses your beliefs about information dissemination and demonstrates how you have put those beliefs into action.
- Two letters of recommendation from individuals, other than relatives, who have personally experienced the power of your work in information dissemination.
- FAFSA (see How to Apply #4).