R.L. “Jerry” and Lucille Mebus Fellowship
The R.L. “Jerry” and Lucille “Lucy” Mebus Public Service Graduate Fellowship provides financial assistance for students interested in pursuing careers in public service. The scholarship is funded from an endowment by the family of R.L. Mebus, a former Arlington City Councilman and Tarrant County Commissioner.
1. Applicants must provide a short, written essay regarding career goals in public service, financial need and why a degree from the School of Urban and Public Affairs is important to fulfilling those goals
All fields must be completed to apply.
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if you have any questions about this scholarship or the application process.