2012-2013 Kent State University
Student Online Donor Acknowledgment and Appreciation Form for Incoming Students
to assist your donor in getting to know you
for incoming students (if you need the profile for continuing students click here)
* indicates a required field
Part A: Indicate Your Scholarship*
Option 1: Search for your scholarship by keyword
Part B: Complete the Profile
Banner ID *
Hometown (city, st)*
Local Mailing Address (if known)
Telephone Number (if known)
Permanent Mailing Address
check if same as your local mailing address
Telephone Number (if listed)
Other Email Address
Class Standing *
Minor(s) (if declared)
Expected Graduation Year
* Why did you choose Kent State University?
I am a first-generation college student.
I have a relative who graduated from Kent State University
If yes, please list name and relationship (i.e. Jane Doe- Mother, John Smith- Uncle)
* What student organizations, sports and club teams and community service are you involved with or hope to participate in?
What are your major goals for your first year? Do you have a career path in mind?
* As the recipient of a privately funded "named" scholarship, you are required to write a letter of appreciation to the scholarship donor and complete a recipient profile. Once you submit your letter of appreciation and recipient profile, the University Office of the Bursars will credit your student account.
Please use this space to thank the donor(s) of this privately funded "named" scholarship fund. Receiving a thank you note, and hearing what this scholarship means to you, is greatly appreciated by our donor(s).
A donor thank you note is usually about 10 sentences long. It can include a thank you statement at the beginning and end. The note should also include a sentence about how you feel about receiving the scholarship; what the scholarship means to you; how it will help you and make a difference in attending college. (click here for some helpful tips)
I understand that by submitting this form, I am giving permission to Kent State University to include my information when reporting to donors and in various university publications.