Dr. Paul Geisel Endowed Scholarship

Established in honor of Professor Emeritus Paul Geisel who was a founding faculty member of the former School of Urban and Public Affairs. Applicants must meet requirements for the College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs’ (CAPPA) Department of Public Affairs. Scholarship committee will take into account student need as well as potential for contributing to the urban environment.

College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs
Supplemental Questions
  1. The applicant is required to provide two letters of recommendation from persons who can provide information about his/her leadership potential; avoid using instructors that have known you for less than a year. The recommender can be supervisors of past or present jobs, mentors, coaches, scout leaders, or adult leaders of organizations. Professors or teacher are acceptable, but they need to know you well. Please upload the two letters as one document.
  2. Describe your career goals and your interest in contributing to the urban environment.
  3. Please describe your financial need for a CAPPA scholarship.