The Office of Multicultural Affairs, on behalf of the African-Latino Society, invites Ithaca College community members to nominate an Ithaca College ALANA (African American, Latino/a, Asian, or Native American) student to be considered for the 2004-2005 African-Latino Society Alumni Memorial Scholarship.2004-2005 African-Latino Society Alumni Memorial Scholarship: Information and Criteria
This scholarship honors high-achieving ALANA students who have made significant contributions to multicultural awareness and to the well being of ALANA students on the Ithaca College Campus. In the event that the recipient of this award is receiving need-based loans, the award will be utilized to reduce loan indebtedness.
Students nominated for this scholarship should be ALANA students entering the sophomore, junior, or senior year, in good academic and judicial standing with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better, who have worked to increase racial and ethnic diversity, and create a supportive environment at Ithaca College. Students may be nominated by IC alumni, faculty, administrators, staff, or other IC students. Students may also nominate themselves.
You may access and print the nomination form and find more details about the scholarship at the OMA website. Nomination forms are also available at the OMA Administration Office, 324 Egbert Hall, or in OMA Student Services, 101 Towers Concourse. Please contact Stephanie Adams, OMA assistant director, at 274-3381 for further information.
Nominations are due Wednesday, February 25, 2004, in either OMA office.
Additional gifts of scholarship support are always welcome. Should you wish to support these funds and the mission of the Office of Multicultural Affairs, please direct your gift to the Office of Special Programs, Alumni Hall, Ithaca College. Be sure to designate which fund you would like to support. All gifts are promptly acknowledged with a letter and a receipt. Please contact Elayne Nicholas, associate director of special programs, at 274-1286 for further information.
Office of Multicultural Affairs
Contributed by Peg Adams