Jack Trice Character Award

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General Information

The Jack Trice Character Award was created to honor the personal merits and attributes of Jack Trice as a student and a leader.

CRITERIA:
*Applicants will be considered and recipients chosen on the basis of their commitment to the ideals demonstrated by Jack Trice throughout his lifetime.
*Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0
*Must be an undergraduate student or an incoming freshman.

Two $1000 scholarships will be awarded for the 2016-2017 school year. One award will go to a full-time undergraduate student and one will go to an incoming freshman.

HOW TO APPLY:
On a separate document (that can be uploaded to the online application below), please answer the following questions as clearly and concisely as possible after reading the following passage:

Written October 5, 1923

My thoughts just before the first real college game of my life: The honors of my race, family, and self is at stake. Everyone is expecting me to do great things. I will. My whole body and soul are to be thrown recklessly about the field tomorrow. Every time the ball is snapped, I will be trying to do more than my part. Fight low, with your eyes open and toward the play. Watch out for crossbucks and reverse end runs. Be on your toes every minute if you expect to make good.

ESSAY QUESTIONS:
1. After reading the above passage written by Jack Trice three days before his death, please elaborate upon one or more experiences of your own which you feel reveal your personal commitment to the ideals demonstrated by Jack Trice.
2. What contributions have you made to the Iowa State and the Ames community (campus involvement, community work, athletic participation, etc.)?

  • Amount of Award: $1000
  • Number of Awards: 4


  • Offer of Admission by March 1: Required
  • FAFSA by December 1st: Not Required

Contact Information

Contact Name: Senior Vice President for Student Affairs

Address:
SVPSA Office
2350 Beardshear Hall
Iowa State University
Ames IA 50011

Phone: 515.294.4420

Fax: 515.294.2305

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