Center for Faith and Vocation
- Religion Seminar Series
- A New View Film Series
- Vocational Reflection
- CFV Communities at Butler
- Interfaith Engagement
- Religious Accommodations
- Wellness and the CFV
- Spiritual Care Conversations
- Religious Communities in the Indianapolis Area
- Paid Internships through the CFV
- Bruce and Lucy Gerstein Holocaust Education Travel Fund
- CFV Scholars Program
- Multifaith Baccalaureate Service
- CFV-Related Policies, Guidelines, and Resources
- Social Justice and Diversity Curricula
- CFV Advisory Groups
- CFV Staff
Center for Faith and Vocation Scholars Program
The Center for Faith and Vocation Scholars Program is an opportunity to recognize students who have shown a commitment to communities of faith and have explored that commitment through service to others, social activism, and/or an appreciation for interfaith engagement. The Center for Faith and Vocation Scholarship is awarded to students who show exemplary experience and commitment in these areas, with the goal that these students continue to carry out their leadership of service, action, and interfaith engagement on campus.
Recipients of this award are expected to be excellent students–maintaining a 3.0 GPA–as well as engaged community members. Scholars are expected to participate in leadership activities designed to promote interfaith involvement on campus each semester they receive the scholarship. Throughout their time at Butler, Scholars will have access to additional mentoring and support from our CFV Scholar in Residence.
Service to Others
Social Justice Activism
Students must apply Early Action (November 1st) and submit their scholarship application by November 15th.
Invitations to interview will be sent out by December 20, 2019.
Butler Blue Scholars’ Day will be on February 1, 2020.
Notification: Award letters are sent by mid-March.
Renewable? Yes, as long as the student maintains the renewal criteria outlined in the scholarship offer; students should maintain a 3.0 GPA and will be expected to participate at least 10 hours/semester of interfaith engagement on campus.
Learn more about the award application process and selection criteria.
For more information contact Kristin Nelson, email@example.com.