Irving Gussow (center), president of Temple Shalon of Deltona, poses with Kenneth Hanson and Jeff Golub of UCF’s Judaic Studies program
A scholarship for up to $2,000 will be awarded each year to a UCF student studying in the field of Judaic Studies.
A generous gift from the Temple Shalom of Deltona established the university’s first endowed scholarship in Judaic Studies. A combination of current-use and endowed funds, the scholarship will benefit students for years to come and honor the incredible 50-year legacy of the temple.
- Applicant must be enrolled as a UCF full-time undergraduate or graduate student
- Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA
- Enrolled in courses related to understanding the history, literature and cultural heritage of the Jewish people (see eligible courses)
- Preference will be given to applicants that submit an essay (500 words or less) describing how taking courses in Judaic Studies will strengthen their educational and career aspirations.
- Download and fill out the scholarship application form
- Return completed application to [email protected]
Deadline: September 23, 2022
Awards and scholarships are considered a resource and must be included as a part of a student’s financial aid cost of attendance. If a scholarship exceeds your financial cost of attendance, a reduction to your financial aid may occur.
If you have questions or concerns, contact Kenneth Hanson ([email protected]).