The Miami Hurricane Publishes Article on Civic Scholars Program

February 26, 2013 —

The Office of Civic and Community Engagement (CCE) has partnered with the William R. Butler Center for Volunteer Service and Leadership to create the University of Miami Civic Scholars Program, which will recognize students for their academic success and leadership roles in the community.

This program is designed to allow students to continue the requirements for their undergraduate degree, while intertwining the necessary components needed to graduate as a UM Civic Scholar.

There is no application or interview process to be admitted into the UM Civic Scholars Program. It is open to any undergraduate student, including transfer students, but all of the requirements must be completed in order to receive proper recognition.

Upon successfully completing these requirements, students will officially be recognized as UM Civic Scholars with a notation by the Registrar’s Office on their final transcripts, a certificate of achievement, recognition at the annual Celebration of Involvement and recognition at the Honors Convocation.

Click HERE to read the full article that appeared in The Miami Hurricane. For more information or to sign up for the Civic Scholars Program, please click HERE.

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