The University is operating on a normal schedule. The previously announced schedule for Cornel West's visit to campus today has been modified as there will be no morning leture; a combined afternoon session will take place from 2-4:30 p.m. in Wilde Auditorium.
Endowed Scholarship dollars are often the deciding factor in determining whether a student can attend college. Through the history of the University of Hartford, scholarships of all sizes have enabled students to complete their studies and pursue their dreams. Scholarships can be established in a variety of ways.
Some donors wish to create a scholarship in an area of study that holds special meaning for them, while others want to honor a family member or friend. In any form, scholarships have a direct and powerful impact on students.
Perhaps there is no more personally rewarding gift a donor can make than the gift of an education, and of a future, to a deserving and appreciative student.
Beau was able to graduate last year because he received essential financial assistance from donors like you. Beau lost his father suddenly during his junior year and without financial aid, he would have dropped out and we would have lost one of our stellar students.
Beau had an overall GPA of 3.79 and achieved the Dean's List and received President's Honors every semester. He received his degree in architecture from the College of Engineering, Technology and Architecture and is passionate for architecture. He hopes to design structures in the future that are aesthetically pleasing, fully functional and environmentally friendly.
Beau uses the knowledge and wisdom his father taught him so that he can grow and become a great man - just like his father.
Beau D. '10 Recipient of the Sid Schwartz Endowed Scholarship and the George Weiss Endowed Scholarship