Fowler Legacy Program Scholarships
- All applications will be for a public issues intensive off-campus course of study which may
- Contemporary domestic or international public policy issues such as environmental, economic,
social, human rights, among others
- All courses or projects must carry Roanoke College course credit
- All applications will be endorsed by a faculty member/project supervisor
- Applicant must have a cumulative 2.7 GPA
Other supported programs:
- Independent Studies
- Social Studies Student Teaching
- Conference attendance
Deadlines for application:
- October 27 for Spring/May term/Summer semesters off-campus study
- Awards will be announced on November 15
- April 1 for Summer/Fall semester off-campus study
- Awards will be announced on April 15
We welcome applications for off-campus study at any time. Applications received after deadlines will be reviewed, funds permitting.
Students who have not had an opportunity to study off-campus and may not otherwise be able to afford it will receive highest priority. Applications from others are welcome. All will be judged according to the following criteria:
- Student has above-average need, according to the Student Financial Aid Office, is never likely to have an off-campus study
experience otherwise, and plans to study mainly public issues at least a semester.
- Same as above, except the study period is less than a semester.
- Same as 1, except the student has average or lower need.
- Same as 1, except the student is taking only one public issues course (as part of a semester program or as an intensive learning
- Student has already had one or more Legacy grant.
We must receive proof of course registration prior to disbursement of funds.
Within two weeks of completing the program of study, a one-page report on your experience is due to Dr. David Taylor, Director of Fowler Legacy Program.