Children of full-time Penn State or Penn College technical service or staff employees may apply for the 2014-15 Steve A. Garban Grant-In-Aid.
Eligible students must be offered admission as first-year, full-time students at any Penn State campus or at the Pennsylvania College of Technology; must have demonstrated leadership and humanitarian qualities through extracurricular activities; and must have achieved or show promise of achieving academic success. This grant-in-aid, awarded to one first- year student, will be applied to room and board charges for two years, provided the student continues to meet all eligibility requirements.
To apply, eligible students must submit a letter of application that includes three parts: the student's name and PSU ID or Penn College ID; the Penn State or Penn College staff employee's name and position; and a personal essay of no more than two typewritten pages that illustrates the student's leadership, humanitarian and academic merits. Letters of application will be accepted until April 25. The award recipient will be selected and announced in May.
Interested students should send letter of application to The Office of Student Aid Scholarship Committee, University Scholarships, 314 Shields Building, University Park, PA 16802.