Mock Trial Scholarship (After the Deadline has Passed)
This is for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY and is not an application; please reference the information below on who to contact regarding the Mock Trial Scholarship after the deadline on Academic Works has passed.
The Mock Trial Scholarship AFTER THE DEADLINE on the Academic Works Website has passed:
The Mock Trial Program at North Central extends beyond the time frame of this scholarship application, so if you are interested in the Mock Trial Program and meet the criteria listed below, please contact Dr. Stephen Maynard Caliendo in the Political Science Department to see if all the scholarships have been awarded for the 2020-21 academic year.
- Dr. Stephen Maynard Caliendo may be reached by email at email@example.com.
About the Mock Trial Scholarship:
The Mock Trial Program at North Central College was established as an intercollegiate activity that promotes critical thinking, cooperative problem-solving, public speaking and mutual trust among team members while affording students the opportunity to actively participate in the trial process. Applicants must have applied and been accepted to North Central College before being considered for the award. Students may be asked to come to campus for a brief in-person interview before awards are made.
A limited number of Mock Trial Scholarships will be awarded on a competitive basis to incoming first-year students and incoming transfer students who indicate a commitment to the North Central College Mock Trial Team. Incoming first- and second-year students are eligible for scholarships in the amount of $1,500.00/yr. The scholarship award will be $2,000.00/yr for students who continue to participate in their junior and senior years (including transfer students). (Current North Central College students – students who are already attending North Central College – are not eligible to apply.)
- Mock Trial is not a pre-law activity
- Open to all majors and interests
Participation is required for this scholarship
- Students can earn course credit for participating
Mock Trial scholarships are renewable, provided the student continues to be actively involved in the Mock Trial Program.
Students currently receiving the Mock Trial Scholarship do not need to re-apply for renewal. The Office of Financial Aid will contact the Political Science Department to confirm all renewals.