With the Griswold-Zepp Award, students can design their own nonprofit idea and apply for a grant of up to $3000.
Projects should strongly exemplify the true spirit of volunteerism and community service. Recipients of the award may carry out projects during the regular semesters, January Term, or the summer months. Award monies MUST be used during the year the recipient receives the award. Any unused monies must be returned to the scholarship fund.
Applications to apply for the Griswold-Zepp Award are available each fall. Students will need to complete an online application and get recommendations from three faculty members.
The Griswold Zepp Award honors Earl Griswold and Ira Zepp, long-time faculty advisors for SOS/Hinge, a community service and volunteerism group on campus. This fund was made possible by SOS/Hinge alumni.