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Jeffrey D. McClelland Fellowship Program

The Jeffrey D. McClelland Scholarship supports graduate students working on projects in pursuit of the Center's mission. The scholarship honors the life and the legacy of Jeffrey McClelland, who placed strong value on the opportunities created through education. The Center is grateful to the McClelland family for their commitment to, and support of, our students and our programming. Incoming and continuing admitted graduate students of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice are eligible to be nominated for this honor.

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The Center for Correctional Solutions Scholarship

The Center for Correctional Solutions Scholarship supports the Center’s mission to enhance the lives of people who live and work in our correctional system. Funds in support for this scholarship were primarily obtained through the Center’s Inkarcerated art show, where incarcerated artists donate their time and talent to produce artwork that is purchased by members of the community. Their efforts can now aid in the growth and learning of others. The establishment of this scholarship represents the Center’s commitment to promote student success through transformative learning experiences. Preference shall be given to applicants who are incarcerated, formerly incarcerated, working in corrections, or previously worked in corrections, and their family members. 

The first CCS Scholars will be awarded in spring of 2024. We expect to fund $1,000 worth of scholarships in this first year, with the amount to grow each year in the future.

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