The Beulah Alexander Memorial Scholarships supports students in the Western New York region who identify as an underrepresented population, in particular African-American students. It is intended for students who demonstrate a drive to succeed academically, as well as help others.
The selected student will receive $1,500 for the academic year, and the award may be repeated in successive years based on the recommendation of the review committee for a maximum of four years per student. In making this award possible, the donor hopes that each recipient will make a personal pledge to try to help others who desire a college or university degree at such time that they are financially able to do so, and–in this way–pass on the gift of education.
Applications for assistance are submitted to the College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Office. All information will be kept confidential. Before beginning the application form below, please gather the following document(s):
Submission Deadline: October 6 (Applicants must apply upon acceptance to UB, or within the first semester of their freshman year.)
With questions, please contact:
Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education
Chair, CAS Undergraduate Awards Committee