The recipient will receive $92,000 over four years.
Recipients of the Glenn Scholarship must have demonstrated commitment to public service and academic success, typically ranking in the top fifteen percent of their graduating class. Consideration for this scholarship is dependent upon the applicant’s acceptance to the University and declaration of a Glenn College major (BA or BS degree).
How to Apply
Applicants must submit their resume and essay (750 word maximum) to Chris Adams via email (Adams.email@example.com
) no later than March 15, 2021. Essay Question: The John Glenn College of Public Affairs was founded on the principle of “Inspiring Citizenship and Developing Leadership.” How do you hope to use your education to positively impact your community through public service?
Applicants who are admitted to Ohio State, have declared a Glenn College major, and meet the scholarship criteria will be reviewed for the Glenn Scholarship by a college committee. Finalists will be invited to participate in a virtual interview.
This award is renewable for a maximum of eight semesters (or the equivalent) of full-time in-state undergraduate enrollment, provided the recipient maintains the requirements outlined below.