Selection criteria include academic excellence, commitment to feminist ideals, community activism, and financial need. Undergraduate students must be full time students, currently enrolled, working on a major, minor, or certificate in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and/or a minor in Queer Studies. Graduate students should be currently enrolled in the Ph.D. or MA program in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, have Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies as their primary and/or secondary area of study of the MAIS degree, or be working on a graduate minor in conjunction with a Masters or Ph.D. in another department. (Please note: to be eligible, students must be currently enrolled, and must intend to be enrolled during the following academic year.)

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Please attach an essay up to 750 words summarizing your scholarly achievements and describing your community and/or school activities, particularly as they relate to the award criteria. Include in your essay responses to the following: 1) Why are you pursuing a degree in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies? 2) What do you contribute to the program? 3) What do you hope to get out of the program that will enrich your personal and/or professional life? 4) These scholarships are intended for students with financial need. Please succinctly describe your financial need for the scholarships, and include whether you expect to qualify for Federal Pell grants next academic year.
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