Hispanic/Latino Student Union

 

 

Angie Cintron Memorial Scholarship



PURPOSE
The Angie Cintron Memorial Scholarship is given to one undergraduate student at Florida State University who has contributed to the campus community through participation in the Hispanic/Latino Student Union prior to the Spring 2018 semester. The Student must show financial need and exhibit leadership qualities. This $1,000 scholarship will be awarded annually on a competitive basis. This scholarship is awarded in memory of Angelique Cintron, who attended FSU in 1997 and had an untimely death before she had an opportunity to finish her studies. This is being awarded by her family in loving memory of Angie. Awards will be distributed as a $500 direct deposit to your student account during Fall 2018 and Spring 2019.

ELIGIBILTY
Must be a current student at Florida State University. Completed at least fifteen units of college work prior to submission of their application.
Have at least a 2.0 grade point average and be in good standing with the University.
Must be enrolled at Florida State University for the Fall 2018 semester and be in attendance through the Spring 2019 semester.
Expect to be enrolled full-time and must carry a minimum of twelve credits.
Students serving on the scholarship selection committee are not eligible to receive the award.


Open to all students of all racial and ethnic backgrounds.
Contributed to the campus community through participation in the Hispanic/Latino Student Union (HLSU) prior to the Spring 2018 semester.

This application is only accepted through electronic submission. If you encounter any problems with your online submission, please contact Mecia Lockwood, Student Program Coordinator with the Student Government Association at mclockwood@fsu.edu.
Graduate students and Prior recipients of the award are ineligible.

 

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PAST RECIPIENTS

2009-2010 Nicholas Myers
2010-2011 Dayron Silverio
2011-2012 Jesid Vinicio Acosta
2012-2013 Geminis Garcia
2013-2014 Nikema T. Peterson
2014-2015 Jimmy Calvo

2015-2016 Stephanie Urbina

2016-2017 Kelly Ramirez

2017-2018 Alfredo Cortez