Scholarships

ACUI is fortunate to have friends and supporters from many directions who are willing to create scholarships that both celebrate the accomplishments of student and staff and assist them in participating in ACUI programs. Each scholarship has its own requirements and submission guildelines so please review each application carefully.

Gretchen Laatsch Scholarship

Founded by former ACUI president Gretchen Laatsch and her husband, Jim Swizer, this scholarship is intended to encourage graduate students to submit professional quality articles of interest to the field of college unions and student activities. This $500 prize is awarded at the ACUI annual conference. For more information about this scholarship, click here.

ACUI Education and Research Fund I-LEAD® Scholarship

ACUI’s Education and Research Fund offers one scholarship, which covers the entire cost of registration for a student to attend the Institute for Leadership Education and Development (I-LEAD®). I-LEAD® is ACUI’s premier student program, designed to emphasize the key concept areas of leadership, community development, and change. The scholarship is designed to provide a student leader the opportunity to be fully engaged through the I-LEAD® experience. For more information about this scholarship, click here.

ACUI Education and Research Fund IPDS Scholarship

ACUI’s Education and Research Fund is excited to offer one scholarship, which covers the entire cost of registration for a professional member to attend the Indiana Professional Development Seminar (IPDS). The scholarship is designed to help a new professional gain more exposure to issues facing college unions and network with other individuals within the profession. The scholarship recipient is expected to write a summary of his or her experience, speak briefly on the experience at a future ACUI Education and Research Fund program, and submit a program proposal for a future regional or ACUI annual conference. For more information about this scholarship, click here.   

 

 

Updated April 13, 2011