Clarice Chase Dunn Endowed Scholarship

Departments: Multicultural Affairs Categories: Disability | Diversity
Amount One award of $400.
Availability Available
Eligibility Criteria Available to a UW-Eau Claire student from an ethnically diverse background who has a demonstrated financial need. Preference shall be given to an ethnically diverse student who also has a disability.
Application Procedure

Go to the Gold for Blugolds Scholarship Network. Complete the Multicultural Affairs Scholarship Application.

Selection Procedure The director of the Office of Multicultural Affairs will select the award recipient.
Notification A letter will be sent to the recipient by the director of the Office of Multicultural Affairs.
Special Notes Established in 2011 with an estate gift from Clarice Chase Dunn, a 1937 UW-Eau Claire graduate originally from Madison. Claire taught in many locations, including a Japanese relocation camp during World War II. An accomplished writer, she had articles and short stories published in local papers and national magazines. In Madison, she developed classes for intellectually challenged adults and initiated a program to encourage senior citizens to write their reminiscences.