Dr. Freddye T. Davy Humanitarian and Service Award

Please read eligibility requirements and submit the application according to the directions. Winners will be announced at the 27th Annual Conference.

  Freddye T. Davy, 1933 – 2012

Freddye T. Davy, 1933 – 2012

NAAAHP grants students the opportunity to present scholarly research, network, debate, and compete academically. Moreover, the organization fosters students’ development in an undergraduate environment that promotes scholarship and an appreciation of African American culture. NAAAHP is proud to have instituted an annual scholarship for a deserving student.

The Dr.  Freddye T. Davy Humanitarian and Service Award is instituted because of Dr. Davy's many years of service to NAAAHP and the Honors education community. Dr. Davy served as Honors Director at Hampton University from 1994 until her death in 2012. Under her leadership, The Freddy T. Davy Honors College was established at Hampton. The memorial is in the form of a scholarship to a deserving student and presented as the Dr. Freddye T. Davy Humanitarian and Service Award.

Honors directors of each active NAAAHP institution are allowed to submit one active student nominee for the award.  The winner is announced at the 27th Annual Conference.

Eligibility

  • Deadline: October 14, 2018
  • The student must be financially active within their Honors College/ Programs (dues paid).
  • The student must demonstrate service in a role within their Honors program during the 2018 school year.
  • The student must hold a 3.5 cumulative GPA or higher.
  • The student must be a well-rounded campus community member, actively involved in other campus organizations.
  • The student should be active in community service.

Required Application Materials

  • Official Undergraduate Transcript(s)
  • Proof of current college enrollment for 2018 fall semester
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • Personal Statement
  • Professional Resume'
Please mail application materials to: 
Dr. Da'Tarvia Parrish, President
National Association of African American Honors Programs
Livingstone College Honors Program
Tubman Building, Office Suite 111
701 West Monroe Street
Salisbury, North Carolina 28144

Please Note: Three letters of recommendation must include endorsements from an Honors director, Honors faculty, and community service supervisor.