William F. Halloran Scholarship
The William F. Halloran Scholarship is given to sophomores with a major in the College of Letters & Science. Eligibility criteria include:
- Minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA
- Declared or intended major in the humanities division of the College of Letters & Science (English, foreign languages, comparative literature, Latin American, Caribbean and US Latinx studies, religious studies, philosophy, communication, art history, Jewish studies, ethnic studies, digital arts and culture, classics, film studies, or women’s and gender studies)
- Demonstrated leadership as evidenced through extracurricular activity, volunteer work, or paid work
- Full-time student
- Preference given to students in the Honors College
Students who have an up-to-date Panther Scholarship Portal General Application and the College of Letters & Science Scholarships and Awards Application will be considered, in spring of their freshman year of college, typically between February and April. No additional or separate application is required; students should thoroughly fill out the Panther Scholarship Portal General Application and the College of Letters & Science Scholarships and Awards Application. Awards given in spring are for the following school year. E.G. applications reviewed in Spring 2022 are for Fall 2022.