The Levi L. Smith Scholarship fund, named in honor of Thursday Morning Roundtable’s (TMR) founder, was established in 1990 to commemorate TMR’s 25th anniversary. Since then, the endowment has provided the means for part-time students to continue their education. Recipients of the six-credit TMR scholarships are chosen based on their financial need, academic record, and interest in public or social service, reflecting TMR’s purpose and mission.
Offers two annual scholarships of six credit hours each to encourage adults interested in public service to complete their degree. Applicants must have sophomore standing, a grade point average of 3.0 or above, and must have taken a minimum of four University College courses. Financial need is a criterion. Selection is based on academic potential in relation to stated educational and career goals. A scholarship winner is eligible to apply again.
Who is Eligible?
Matriculated part-time undergraduate students in the social or public service area, including:
- Child and Family Studies
- Consumer Studies
- Family and Community Services
- Broadcast Journalism
- Speech Communications.
Applications are mailed to eligible students early in the spring term and winners are announced in April.