Martin Luther King Scholars
The Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) Scholars Program for Peace and Social Justice : awarded to ten Woodford R. Porter Scholarship recipients, this is a two-year leadership development program that supplements the students freshman and sophomore years at the University of Louisville through classroom and co-curricular activities. The program allows students to engage and explore issues of peace and social justice in exciting, unique, and interactive ways. Key components of the program include the opportunity to live together in an honors residence hall, enroll in a peace and social justice course, and participate in a domestic-travel service learning experience.
Students eligible to apply for this program must have been awarded the top-level Woodford R. Porter Scholarship. If you have not already applied for the Porter Scholarship please visit our link louisville.edu/admissions/aid/porter to find details on how to apply.
To apply for the MLK Scholars Program, you will need to complete:
- Honors Application once your invitation is received
- Short Answer Question (250 Words Maximum)
The deadline to apply for the Woodford R. Porter Scholarship is: January 15, 2013
The deadline to apply for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholars Program is: February 1, 2013
If you have questions about either program please contact Ramonia Brents at 502.852.7538.