AsACC Scholarships & AMP Awards

UCONN Asian American Cultural Center Endowment Fund Scholarship

Established in 2012 through an initial gift from the Slate Family:  George, Laurel, Victoria (’07),

and Rebeccah (’11), these scholarships recognize a UConn undergraduate’s active involvement with

AsACC programs (AMP, KUBE, PAC, China Care, Salaam, MIXED) and/or demonstrated

involvement in an Asian American initiative, research project or community cause within the State of

Connecticut.   The $1000 scholarships are renewable for 4 years or until undergraduate graduation, but

may extend to graduate studies at UConn, whichever comes first, provided all criteria are met each year.

 

 

ISA (Indian Students Association) Memorial Fund Scholarship

This scholarship, originally created by Prof. Devendra Kalonia and Shilpa Radia, provides

financial support to an undergraduate or graduate UConn student who has made an outstanding

contribution to intercultural understanding.  This is a one-time award of $1000 to the applicant who

best fulfills the criteria demands.

 

 

AMP (Asian/Asian American Mentor Program) Mentor of the Year

Every spring AMP honors the AMP mentor whose involvement with AsACC and whose

demonstrated excellence in mentoring and leadership have been noteworthy and exemplary.

A one-time award of $500 is given provided all criteria are met.

 

AMP (Asian/Asian American Mentor Program) Mentee of the Year

Every spring AMP honors the AMP mentee whose involvement with AsACC has been

noteworthy and who demonstrates a potential for leadership roles. A one-time award of $500

is given provided all criteria are met.