The Chancellor’s Committee on the Status of Latinos
CCSL was established to promote the development of educational, professional and career opportunities among UIC Latinos. The committee addresses issues of general concern to Latinos at UIC.
EXECUTIVE BOARD AND SUBCOMMITTEE MEMBERS
The Chancellor’s Committee on the Status of Latinos (CCSL) plays an important role addressing issues that impact Latinos. CCSL works proactively on the recruitment/retention of… Read More
If you are interested in becoming a member of CCSL, please complete the application and email it back to one of the co-chairs.
The goals of CCSL are to provide Latinos at UIC the resources and opportunities to network, provide mentorship and leadership in order to be successful as well as educate our Latino community. … Read More
The UIC Chancellor’s Committee on the Status of Latinos will continue to develop and enhance UIC’s relationship with the Latino community by providing an understanding and appreciation of Latino culture.
Call for Applications
Hilda López-Arce Scholarship
Word document application form
Each year the Hilda López-Arce Scholarship Selection Committee in conjunction with the Chancellor’s Committee on the Status of Latinos and the Latina Network award a $500 scholarship to a Latin@ student who exhibits leadership qualities and who has made contributions to the Latino community.
- _____ Application
- _____ Short Essay: In 500 words or less, please answer the following questions:
What have you done to exemplify leadership and how have you contributed to improving the Latino community? How do you plan to use this scholarship to reach your educational and personal goals?
- _____ Letter of Recommendation (minimum 1): The letter should highlight your academic and/or community achievements. Recommendation letters can be submitted via email to Hilda.Lopez.Scholarship@gmail.com.
- _____ Academic Record: Applicants authorize the release of their academic record by completing and signing this application. The Hilda López-Arce Scholarship Selection Committee will access an unofficial transcript for evaluation of this application.
¨ Must be a UIC undergraduate Latin@ student enrolled in the Spring 2016 semester and the Fall 2016 semester.
¨ Must be in good academic standing (GPA min 3.00) with a minimum of 12 credit hours earned.
¨ Must demonstrate financial need.
¨ Must demonstrate active involvement in the Latino community on or off the UIC campus.
¨ This scholarship is open to UIC undocumented students (with or without DACA).
For fullest consideration, applications must be submitted online via the Hilda Lopez Scholarship electronic form or submitted via email to Hilda.Lopez.Scholarship@gmail.com by 11:59 p.m., Friday, April 29, 2016.
Any application missing any supporting documents will not be considered.