R. L. "Jerry" and Lucille "Lucy" Mebus Public Service Graduate Fellowship
The R.L. “Jerry” and Lucille “Lucy” Mebus Public Service Graduate Fellowship is intended to provide partial or full tuition and fees for a student or students in the Public Affairs Program in the College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs (CAPPA), who intend to enter public service upon graduation. R.L. Mebus was a former Arlington City Councilman and Tarrant County Commissioner. Graduate student applicants shall be competitive based on the following criteria: GPA from the last 60 hours of graduate course work and all graduate level work completed, interest in pursing a career in public service, and financial need.
- College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs
- Supplemental Questions
- Please provide a short essay on your career/educational objectives in pursuing a career in public service and why a degree from CAPPA is important to fulfilling those goals.
- Please describe your financial need for a scholarship from the College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs