Paul Livermore Memorial Scholarship
The Paul Livermore Memorial Scholarship awards $500 to one Phoenix College math student to encourage further study of mathematics. The scholarship is awarded at the end of Fall semester.
Since this award is given to encourage students to study more mathematics, one of the following methods of disbursement will be followed depending upon the student’s math level at the time of the award:
$250 will be awarded for enrolling in MAT 151 or MAT182, and another $250 will be awarded upon successful completion of MAT 151 or MAT182 with a B or better.
The course must be taken at Phoenix College to earn the awards. The awards must be collected by the start of Fall semester 2015 or the remaining uncollected funds will be forfeited.
Who can apply?
Any student enrolled in any 100-level math class(es), except MAT 102. at PC in the semester prior to the award who has not been awarded the scholarship before.
o A completed application form.
o Personal statement addressing questions stated on the application.
o An unofficial copy of your transcripts.
o Instructor Recommendation Form (to be given to instructor)
o Submit the application to the Math Office (A230) or Veronica Herrera (A245) by Friday, March 21, 2014 by 3pm.
The Review Process
The Math Scholarship Committee will verify the information on the applications and select the best candidate. The student awarded the scholarship will be notified at the end of the Fall semester.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
NOTE: Phoenix College and Maricopa County Community Colleges do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, handicap, age, or Vietnam era/disabled veteran status in employment or in the application, admission, participation, access and treatment of people in international programs and activities.
As required by MCCCD policy, "only those with a lawful presence in the US may qualify for MCCCD scholarships, financial assistance that pass through Maricopa's financial accounts or federal financial aid. Any information you provide about your legal status when you apply for financial aid or scholarships may be subject to mandatory reporting to federal immigration authorities under AZ law."