The Civic and Community Engagement Office currently offers three scholarships to Buffalo State students engaged in service-learning and community engagement experiences. Detailed information regarding application procedures and requirements can be found on each of the scholarship's respective web pages. If you have questions, please contact the Civic and Community Engagement Office at 716-878-3919.
Frederick and Marilyn Howe Community Engagement Scholarship provides four-year scholarships to two incoming first-year or sophomore Buffalo State students from Western New York who have done and will commit to doing significant volunteer work to address community and social issues.
Edgar H. Turkle International Volunteer and Service-Learning Scholarship provides scholarships of $250-$1,000 for Buffalo State students to support participation in international service-learning or international volunteer experiences.
Alternative Break Scholarship provides scholarships of $50-$200 to eligible Buffalo State students in support of their participation in a domestic Alternative Break trip experience.
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