Created by Dr. Ruth Shaber and Professors Glenn Barnes, Cynthia Gentile, and Ivy Kempf, the Professor Edwin B. Miller Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund was created to honor the late Professor Edwin B. Miller, who taught Legal Studies at Peirce College for more than 16 years.
The fund provides scholarship support to students who, in addition to having financial need, exemplify the virtues of commitment, scholarship, and compassions, which were emblematic of Professor Miller’s work.
Award: award may vary based on funding
- Be a Peirce College undergraduate student, currently enrolled in the Paralegal Studies, Legal Studies in Business, or Criminal Justice Studies programs
- Completed at least twelve (12) credit hours at Peirce
- Have a GPA of 2.5 or above
- Demonstrate financial need
Interested students must submit a completed application by August 10, 2018 using the Professor Edwin B. Miller Memorial Endowed Scholarship application. Applicants must also submit a one (1) page typed essay about his/her activities at Peirce or in the community to illustrate the virtues of commitment and compassion, and provide reference letters to further illustrate his/her commitment and compassion. Essay and recommendations must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by the deadline.
There are a limited number of scholarships available.
Deadline: August 10, 2018