Dankook University Friendship-Scholarship Award
In recognition of our relationship with Dankook University in Seoul, South Korea, ONU awards two Dankook University Friendship-Scholarship Awards to graduating seniors who’ve demonstrated high scholastic achievement and exemplary participation in the extra- and co-curricular programs at Northern. The Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business Administration, Engineering, and Pharmacy may each nominate two graduating seniors for this award. From those nominated, two students will be chosen to receive this honor. The winners will receive a plaque on Honors Day in recognition of their achievements.
The selection process begins when each of ONU’s undergraduate deans nominates two students to receive the award. Next, ONU’s vice president of academic affairs selects two students from this pool of eight and sends their names to the University president for approval. Finally, the two names are sent to Dankook University.
The Getty College of Arts and Sciences looks to nominate students possessing the following characteristics. (The other colleges have established their own criteria. Students in Business, Engineering or Pharmacy should consult their respective Dean's Offices for information about their colleges' nomination processes.)
1. Senior standing in the College of Arts and Sciences graduating this academic year
2. High scholastic record with a minimum 3.75 cumulative GPA
3. Participation in campus activities
4. Evidence of leadership
If you wish to be considered for Arts and Sciences nomination, please submit a résumé or curriculum vitae detailing your academic and extracurricular achievements to Mary Drzycimski-Finn (Dukes 207, email@example.com) by Friday, October 24, 2014. Once selected, the Arts and Sciences nominees will be forwarded to the Office of the Vice President of Academic Affairs by Friday, October 31, 2014, for university-wide consideration.
Again, the other ONU colleges have established their own criteria. Please see their respective dean's offices for information about their colleges' nomination processes.