SAS Undergraduate Success Scholarship

The SAS Undergraduate Success Scholarship recognizes undergraduate students enrolled in any of the college access and student success programs within the Student Access & Success (SAS) or Multicultural Programs & Services (MPAS) offices for their commitment to academic excellence and campus engagement.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Must be enrolled as a full-time degree-seeking undergraduate student
  • Must be an active participant of a college access or student success program within the Student Access & Success or Multicultural Programs & Services offices:

LGBTQIA Initiatives
• 5000 Role Models of Excellence / Wilson Scholars
• Collegiate 100
• Fostering Panther Pride
• Golden Scholars
• Invitational Scholars
• Male Mentoring Initiative
MPAS Workshops/Topics/Series (i.e.: Social Justice)
• Partners In Academic Communities (PAC) Scholars
• Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program
• Student Support Services program
• Take Stock Collegiate Scholars

Supplemental Questions
  1. Please request a letter of recommendation from an FIU faculty or staff member.
  2. Please select which SAS/MPAS program you are a participant of.
  3. How has your engagement in various FIU high-impact educational practices (i.e.: mentoring, professional development, success coaching, undergraduate research, global learning/study abroad, service learning/community service, internships, etc.) contributed toward your success as a college student?