The Blake and Bailey Family Endowed Scholarship is awarded in the fall of each year to a student who demonstrates outstanding academic achievement and university spirit. The $1,000 scholarship provides support for tuition fees, housing and course-related expenses.
Initial Selection: At the end of the Spring term, the Registrar will identify the students with between 80-100 completed credits with the highest cumulative grade point average in each of the University’s academic programs (majors).
Those students will be encouraged to apply to the Blake and Bailey Family Achievement Award. One winner from each major will be selected to receive the Blake and Bailey Family Achievement Award.
- Received the Blake and Bailey Family Achievement Award, establishing the students as one of the top five students from each major in their third year (between 80- 100 completed credits).
- Strong student application for the Endowed Scholarship
- Participated in University service
The Blake and Bailey Family Endowed Scholarship: Based on student applications, University service, and financial need, a selection committee comprised of faculty and staff will award the Blake and Bailey Family Endowed Scholarship for $1,000 to one of these students. The winner of the Scholarship will be named in the annual Commencement program.
|Awardees for 2019-2020|
|Tara Burhan||Business Administration|
|Areena Dler Ismail||Engineering|
|Barzi Halgurd Mohammed||English Literature|
|Hawkar Heidar Osman||Information Technology|
|Mariam Muhanad Majeed||International Studies|