John W. Jackson Jr. Endowed Scholarship
The John W. Jackson Jr. Endowed Scholarship was established by the Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association (TxAPA) in memory of John Jackson, who received his Master of City and Regional Planning degree from the School of Urban and Public Affairs in 1981. He was a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners and was very active with the TxAPA.
1. Applicants must be enrolled in or have applied to the City and Regional Planning program (CIRP)
2. Scholarship can be renewed for an additional semester as long as enrollment requirement is maintained
3. Financial need shall be a primary criterion in selecting scholarship recipients
4. Applicants must provide a short, written essay regarding career goals, 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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