Bob and Bonnie Phelps Family CAP Awards
The Bob and Bonnie Phelps Family CAP Award is awarded to upper division undergraduate students. To qualify for this opportunity the applicant must be a full-time student who is a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident of the U.S.; a junior or senior with a preference for students entering their senior year; not a dependent of a UNC employee; completed at least 24 units in residence at UNC; have at least two semesters remaining before graduation; and demonstrate financial need. This scholarship is renewable for one additional semester to a maximum of two semesters if the recipient continues to be eligible (meets all criteria) and the student successfully completes the BAFN 240 course.
- $5,000 each
- Supplemental Questions
- Submit a 500 word essay that addresses: "To what extent do the values of Contribute, Achieve, and Pay-it-forward (CAP) apply to your life?". Contribute...by volunteering time and personal skills, talents, abilities, experience and passion around issues in service to the community. Achieve...by displaying a bias toward action and performance, self-reliance, overcoming obstacles, and accomplishing academic goals. Pay it Forward...by impacting the lives of others in meaningful and positive ways to them through small or large, random or planned acts of kindness, caring, and giving back. Please upload your completed essay. Please be sure to add your first and last name to this document or it will be considered incomplete.
- This scholarship requires the registration and successful completion of BAFN 240 within the academic year. This class may be taken for credit/no credit and also online. If you are a recipient of this scholarship, do you agree to register and complete BAFN 240 within the academic year?
- Please upload Resume or CV with references, no more than 2 pages, and up to 3 pages of optional supporting documents. Please be sure to add your first and last name to this document or it will be considered incomplete.
- Please upload a faculty endorsement. This should be a short, signed statement from a faculty member who knows you and can attest to your suitability for the award. Please be sure to add your first and last name to this document or it will be considered incomplete.