Dr. Carolyn Petrosino Challenging Racial Bigotry and Strengthening Unity Scholarship
The Scholarship will provide support for undergraduate students. Students who are eligible to apply for and receive
the Scholarship must meet the following criteria:
A. Be enrolled full-time as an undergraduate student as defined by Bridgewater policy.
B. Demonstrate good academic achievement as defined by Bridgewater policy.
C. Demonstrate understanding of and an effort to promote racial justice and unity through the vehicle of
a completed academic work or product (e.g., course work, independent study, honors, service
learning, internship, including performance or visual arts) that results in an academic paper or series
D. Provide a faculty support letter and a personal narrative explaining why their work merits consideration.
E. Financial need, as determined by The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Services, will be considered
when all other criteria have been equally met among the most eligible candidates.