The Diversity Leadership Award is a four-year, full-tuition scholarship awarded to students with the greatest potential for leadership in creating a diverse community. Candidates for the scholarship are evaluated based on the information in their admission and financial aid applications; no additional application is required. Students who are considered have demonstrated leadership in bridging differences and in building inclusive communities across individual and intersecting identities, such as race, ethnicity, religion, social class, nationality, (dis)ability, sexual preference, and gender expression. Watch Dario Guerrero, Jr. ’21 on what Babson’s Financial Aid Meant to Him to learn more.
Recipients of this scholarship can take part in a number of programs in their first year and beyond, including a senior send-off when they graduate:
- Lead Partners: You will be matched with upperclass students who will help you achieve outlined goals and navigate the many opportunities on campus.
- Monthly Meet-Ups: You and fellow award recipients will gather periodically for community building, information sharing, and fellowship.
- Community Building: Social events and outings are scheduled for each semester, as well as professional and personal development opportunities.
- One-on-One Advising: You will have check-ins with advisors to communicate progress and identify resources for success.
Read more about two recent Diversity Leadership Scholars from Lawrence, Massachusetts on Babson Thought & Action.