The Camille Armstrong Memorial Scholarship Stepshow was established to honor the dreams and aspirations of Ms. Camille Yvette Armstrong. In 1986, only a few weeks prior to graduation, Camille was tragically killed in a motor vehicle accident. As an outstanding student leader involved in multiple organizations throughout campus, her death affected the entire UAB community. To preserve the memory of her dedicated service and love for UAB, a scholarship was established and is continually funded by this charitable event. Student leaders work dutifully to recruit the best NPHC step teams from the southeastern region of the US, and the event continues to be one of the largest stepshows in the state of Alabama. All proceeds fund the Camille Armstrong Memorial Scholarship, which is awarded to qualified African American students with aspirations to enter the field of Law or Political Science. Applications for the scholarship are made available each fall semester. For more information on the scholarship or the stepshow, contact The Office of Student Involvement, HUC 136, Hill University Center, (205) 934-8225.