Deadline: April 15, 2021

The Patricia Angley Memorial Scholarship in English presents a $1000 award to a full-time undergraduate student in English who maintains a GPA of at least 3.0. Applicants must demonstrate extraordinary commitment to the discipline as well as to the Department of English.


Criteria

In honor of Dr. Angley, this award presents $1000 to a full-time undergraduate student in English. The deadline for applications is Thursday, April 15. Requirements include the following: 

  • Applicants must be undergraduate English majors enrolled full-time at UCF in both the Spring and Fall semesters of 2021; 
  • A copy of your UCF transcript; 
  • A statement (500 words or less) describing how obstacles you have faced shaped your life and how a degree in English will strengthen your educational and career aspirations; 
  • A curriculum vitae (CV). 
  • Recipients will be selected based on financial need, and the award must be approved by the Office of Student Financial Assistance.  

Scholarship Instructions

In honor of Dr. Angley, this award presents $1000 to a fulltime undergraduate student in English. The deadline for applications is Thursday, April 15.

Requirements include the following: 

  • Applicants must be undergraduate English majors enrolled fulltime at UCF in both the Spring and Fall semesters of 2021; 
  • A copy of your UCF transcript; 
  • Minimum 3.0 overall GPA; 
  • A statement (500 words or less) describing how obstacles you have faced shaped your life and how a degree in English will strengthen your educational and career aspirations; 
  • A curriculum vitae (CV). 
  • Recipients will be selected based on financial need, and the award must be approved by the Office of Student Financial Assistance.  
Application Form   Scholarship Recipient Release Form

Patricia Angley

Patricia Angley

The Patricia Angley Memorial Scholarship in English was created to honor and preserve the memory of our valued friend and professional colleague, Dr. Patricia Angley. Angley was a Senior Lecturer who joined the department in 1998; she was active in teaching, administration, student advising, and union work at the university for the past 22 years. She always made herself available to students and was integral to countless successes by undergraduates. She was a relentless presence within the English department and continually brought moments of joy to her colleagues.