Searchable Scholarship Database

Scholarship Search

This page shows available scholarships and their criteria. The search along the left will allow you to narrow the results by keyword. Choose a category(ies) to further narrow the results.

For students interested in applying, the process varies for individual scholarships.  Some applications can be found on the financial aid website, while others are located on individual department websites.  You may check your department for information about scholarships available within your major.  Please note that the majority of scholarships do not require an application and all eligible students are automatically considered.

While application deadlines vary for those requiring an application, the majority of scholarship applications are due in mid-February for the following academic year.

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A.G. Breidenstine Award

Awarded to the student whose Honors work is judged most outstanding by the Honors & Awards Committee.

Categories: Honors College

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African-American/Latino Scholarship

Awarded to African-American & Latinos who are full-time undergraduates. They must have a minimum QPA of 2.5 with 36 or more credits.

Categories: African-American, Latino, Academic Merit

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African-American/Latino Scholarship Keith S. Mills Graduate Student Education Resource Award

Awarded to an African-American or Latino graduate student with a minimum GPA of 3.0 with 12 or more graduate credits as of the date of application.

Categories: African-American, Latino, Academic Merit

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AFSCME Local 2421 Award

This award will be given to up to four students who are a full-share member of AFSCME Local 2421 or dependent of a full-share member of AFSCME Local 2421 and who are currently attending Millersville University. Award funds will be used to cover costs related to receiving a degree at Millersville University, including, but not limited to textbook costs, fees, and room and board. Recipient(s) must be in good academic standing and have financial need. Student(s) must be enrolled in a degree-seeking program and have completed a minimum of 30 credits. An application is required. The recipient(s) will be reviewed by the AFSCME _ Local 2421 Executive Committee with final selection by the Office of Financial Aid. The scholarship is renewable, but student must go through the application process each year.

Categories: Freshman

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Aimee Decker Scholarship

Awarded to a deserving MU student who is in good academic standing and has financial need as determined by the Director of Financial Aid.

Categories: Financial Need

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Alan S. & Adeline Holliday Scholarship

Awarded to a student who demonstrates scholastic ability and financial need.

Categories: Academic Merit, Financial Need

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Albert, Christina and Eric Hoffman Scholarship for Humanities and Social Sciences

Awarded to a student in the Honors College majoring in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Categories: Honors College, School of Humanities & Social Sciences

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Albert, Christina and Gregory Hoffman Scholarship for Science and Mathematics

Awarded to a student in the Honors College majoring in the School of Science and Mathematics.

Categories: Honors College, School of Science & Mathematics

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Alex Henderson Scholarship in Biology

Awarded to a current MU student who is in good academic standing, completed at least 12 credits in biology before applying, and completes at least 60 credits total by the end of the semester in which the award is made and is engaged in a project addressing an issue in biology from an interdisciplinary perspective. Preference will be given to sophomores and juniors.

Categories: Academic Merit, Biology, Research

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Alice Meckley Award

The award recognizes a junior or senior majoring in Early Childhood education who has exemplified outstanding dedication and excellence in the field of early childhood education. This individual actively pursues professional development opportunities as well as volunteers their time and effort to the Millersville Community. The recipient must be an active member of the Early Childhood Organization (ECHO) and have a minimum 3.25 GPA.

Categories: Academic Merit, Early Childhood Education, Junior, Senior

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Alice R. Fox Memorial Award

Awarded to a student who, in the judgment of the English Department, has achieved excellence in English.

Categories: English, Academic Merit

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All Greek Council / Stefanie Wojcik Scholarship

Awarded to one male and one female student affiliated with an organization which is a member of All-Greek Council.

Categories: Greek Life

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American Association of University Woman Scholarship (AAUW)

Awarded to a non-traditional female student who is a resident of Lancaster County. Additionally, the scholarship must be awarded to an individual who has completed 90 credits and who will obtain her undergraduate degree within the next year.

Categories: Female, Non-traditional Student, Lancaster County

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American Chemical Society Undergraduate Award in Analytical Chemistry

Awarded to the outstanding student in analytical chemistry.

Categories: Chemistry, Academic Merit

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American Chemical Society Undergraduate Award in Inorganic Chemistry

Awarded to the student who demonstrates academic excellence (minimum of 3.5 QPA) and outstanding performance in CHEM 452: Advanced Inorganic Chemistry and who plans a future career in chemistry.

Categories: Academic Merit, Chemistry

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American Chemical Society Undergraduate Award in Organic Chemistry

Awarded to the top graduating senior student majoring in chemistry or biochemistry who has demonstrated excellence in organic chemistry based on a combination of research experience, coursework, and a desire to pursue a career in chemistry. The student must be enrolled at Millersville for the current academic year.

Categories: Senior, Chemistry

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American Chemical Society, MU Student Affiliate Award

Awarded to the graduating senior chemistry major who is most actively involved in the ACS Student Affiliate and the Chemistry Department, and who is in good (2.5 QPA) academic standing.

Categories: Senior, Chemistry

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American Chemical Society, Southeastern PA Section Award

Awarded to the outstanding senior chemistry major.

Categories: Senior, Chemistry

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American Industrial Hygiene Association Scholarship

Awarded to one or more students majoring in Occupational Safety and Hygiene Management or a related discipline and who has demonstrated a proclivity toward industrial hygiene. Must have a GPA of 2.5 and completed 60 credits, 12 in industrial hygiene.

Categories: Occupational Safety/Hygiene Management

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American Institute of Chemists Award

Awarded to the outstanding graduating senior based on character, academic standing, and potential to become a successful chemist.

Categories: Senior, Chemistry

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American Society of Safety Engineers, Lehigh Valley Chapter Award

Awarded to a rising junior or senior majoring in Occupational Safety and Environmental Health with a minimum gpa of 3.0 and demonstrated financial need.

Categories: Academic Merit, Financial Need, Junior, Occupational Safety/Environmental Health, Senior

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American Society of Safety Engineers/Raymond C. Mullin Award

Awarded each semester to a junior or senior majoring in OSHM. Recipients must have completed minimum of 15 hours of OSHM courses and 12 hours of departmentally-related courses with min. QPA of 2.5 and 3.0 in health safety management courses.

Categories: Occupational Safety/Hygiene Management

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Amos L. Shopf Scholarship for Lancaster County Students

Awarded to a freshman who is a graduate of a secondary/high school in Lancaster County, PA. Based on merit performance and financial need. May be renewed for three additional years providing student maintains good academic standing. (Renewable for 6 additional semesters.)

Categories: Freshman, Lancaster County, Academic Merit, Financial Need

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Andrew and Clara Kissh Academic Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming freshman student, based upon that students notable high school academic performance. The scholarship is renewable provided the student remains in good academic standing.

Categories: Freshman, Academic Merit

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Ann B. Barshinger Endowed Scholarship

Awarded to a freshman student from York County with involvement in community/civic activities. Selection will be based on the high school academic and co-curricular record as recommended by the admissions office. The scholarship is renewable for up to three additional years depending upon the recipient remaining in good academic standing with a CGPA of 3.0 and with continuing involvement in community/civic activities.

Categories: Freshman, York County, Academic Merit, Community Service

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Anna E. Beyer Certificates

Awarded to seniors in Early Childhood or Middle Level Education for outstanding performance in student teaching. Recipients must have spent 2 full academic years at Millersville in preparation for teaching.

Categories: Elementary Education, Senior

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Anna McConnell Special Education Award

Awarded to a student pursuing a masters degree in special education. Recipient must be a non-traditional (age 24 & older) who is in good academic standing and has a financial need (receiving no parental support). Selection by members of special education department with advice from Financial Aid Dept. A recipient may receive award more than once.

Categories: Graduate Student, Special Education, Financial Need

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Anne Tunis Summy Print Award

Awarded to a student in the Art Department's printmaking classes who has produced the best print, as judged by a jury of Art Department faculty.

Categories: Art

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Anne Tunis Summy Watercolor Award

Awarded to a student demonstrating special talents and contributions related to visual arts and specifically the watercolor medium.

Categories: Art

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Antone K. Fontes Health Professions Award

Awarded to students who are completing their studies at MU and who have demonstrated outstanding ability in the premedical, nursing or allied health programs.

Categories: Senior, Academic Merit, Nursing, Pre-Med, Allied Health Programs

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APSCUF-MU Scholarship

Provides recognition and assistance to two full or part-time students who have demonstrated academic excellence.

Categories: Academic Merit

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Arthur & Claribel Gerhart Scholarship in Biology

Awarded to a student currently enrolled at MU, in good academic standing, majoring in Biology, and has completed 60 credits course work by the end of the semester in which the award is made. Preference is given to sophomores and juniors.

Categories: Biology, Academic Merit

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Athletic Coaching Minor Faculty Award

Presented to the outstanding graduating male and female athletic coaching minor students, based on academic excellence, campus leadership, sportsmanship and community service.

Categories: Athletics, Leadership, Academic Merit

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Audrey Pomponi Memorial Award

Awarded annually to a sophomore with CQPA of at least 2.5 who demonstrates financial need. Student must have enrolled as part of the PACE program (if in existence at the time of entry).If the PACE program is discontinued, initial selection will be a sophomore with financial need and a CQPA of at least 2.5.The scholarship may be renewed for two additional years. To renew, the recipient's CQPA must, at the time of selection, have improved by at least .15 points over the prior year.

Categories: Financial Need, Sophomore

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Aurora Wickey Pucillo Award

Awarded to the female athlete who has lettered in at least one sport, has exhibited outstanding sportsmanship, leadership and loyalty, and has maintained a minimum GPA of 2.5.

Categories: Female, Athletics

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Award for Outstanding Graduate Assistant in Residence Life

Awarded annually to a first-year Housing & Residential Programs Graduate Assistant who has demonstrated outstanding service to resident life.

Categories: Graduate Student, Resident Assistant

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B. Jeanne Elder Voice Scholarship

Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student who has chosen to major in voice on the basis of excellence in scholarship (utilizing High School GPA and classes undertaken as well as nationally recognized test scores for entering freshman and overall and major GPA for upperclassman) and vocal performance skills and/or talent.

Categories: Music

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B. Todd Myers Memorial Golf Scholarship

Awarded to students who participate on the Millersville University Men's and Women's Golf teams.

Categories: Athletics, Golf

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Barbara J Waltman '73 Lacrosse Award

Awarded as tuition credit to one or more talented lacrosse players. Candidates must have GPAs of at least 2.75/4 and be active on the team in the academic year the scholarship is awarded. If a candidate is an entering freshman, that individual's high school GPA must be at least 2.75/4 and she must commit to play lacrosse at Millersville University upon arrival. The scholarship can be renewed provided the student(s) annually meet the criteria.

Categories: Athletics, Lacrosse

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Beatrice M. Killough Scholarship for Spanish Studies

Awarded to an entering freshman, enrolled in the Spanish or Spanish-Education curriculum. (Renewable for 6 additional semesters)

Categories: Freshman, Foreign Language, Spanish

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Beatrice U. Datesman Scholarship

Awarded to a junior and/or senior who has maintained at least a 3.0 QPA. Financial need of the student shall be determining factor.

Categories: Financial Need, Academic Merit

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Bernice R. Rydell Scholarship for Excellence

Awarded to an underrepresented student, graduating in the top 10% of his/her high school class and also has a record of community involvement. The scholarship is renewable provided the student maintains a minimum GPA of 3.0 and continuous involvement with student government/leadership or external community activities.

Categories: Under-represented, Academic Merit

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Beth Ann Barry Memorial Scholarship in Computer Science

Awarded to one (1) rising junior with a GPA of 3.0 or greater within a range of 45 to 70 earned credit hours, has volunteer involvement with the campus and/or local community, involved with Computer Science organizations or activities, and has demonstrated the greatest potential to succeed in a career related to Computer Science. The scholarship is renewable for one (1) additional year, provided that student's GPA remains at 3.0 or greater.

Categories: Academic Merit, Junior, Computer Science, Community Service

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Betty Finney Scholarship Endowment

Awarded to a full or part time graduate student in the field of Clinical Psychology who demonstrates a deep sense of compassion, understanding and keen sensitivity to those in need. He/she should be especially focused on those human beings who often fall through the cracks in society. The recipient student should have experience in community and/or volunteer service with credit given for community based research. If no such student in Clinical Psychology is chosen, a full or part time graduate student in the field of School Psychology and/or School Counseling will be considered using the same criteria. Financial need is a consideration. The award is renewable provided the recipient continues to meet the basic criteria and remains in good academic standing. A personal statement and two letters of recommendation are required upon initial application.

Categories: Community Service, Counseling, Graduate Student, Psychology

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Betty J. Finney Community Service Award

An award given to senior psychology majors who have demonstrated outstanding community service relevant to the field of psychology. Selection is by vote of the psychology faculty. Recipient must have attained a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0.

Categories: Senior, Psychology, Academic Merit

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Biology Scholarships

Awarded to incoming biology majors in the freshman year who are full-time students pursuing a BS, BA or BSEd in biology. Selection shall be based on merit demonstrated by high school class rank or GPA performance with emphasis on academic performance in mathematics and science courses, standardized test scores (SAT or ACT), and other criteria as determined by the admissions office and the biology department.

Categories: Freshman, Biology, Academic Merit

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Biology Student Investigator Grants (Formerly: Student Independent or Honors College Biology Research Scholarship)

Awarded for research, travel and presentation expenses for students engages in research within the biology major. First preference is to students enrolled in Independent Biology Research and Biology Honors courses (currently Biology 498 and Biology 499). Covered expenses may include costs to attend, to prepare materials for presentation or to travel to conferences helpful to the student's research efforts, but may not include a stipend. Such travel may occur during the student's academic career at Millersville University or within one year of graduation, provided the travel is included in the student grant application. Candidates must complete and submit a student grant application, with budget, to the biology department. Selection will be based on the merits of the proposals.

Categories: Biology, Research

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Bishop Family Basketball Scholarship

Awarded to one player each on the men's and women's basket ball teams who has a 2.0 or greater cumulative grade point average and is progressing toward graduation.

Categories: Athletics, Basketball

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Black Student Union - Dr. Melvin Allen and Jennifer Coleman Award

Awarded to members of the BSU who have a CQPA of 2.50 and demonstrate service to the Millersville University campus community through active membership and involvement in campus organizations.

Categories: African-American, Community Service

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Blanche Henninger Snyder '18 Scholarship

Awarded to support a scholarship in a curriculum as determined by the President of the University.

Categories: Academic Merit

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Board of Governors Scholarship

Awarded to academically talented students demonstrating extracurricular service, talents and other characteristics that will contribute to a diverse campus community.

Categories: Under-represented, Academic Merit

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Burl N. Osburn Award

Awarded annually to a student who excels in technology education.

Categories: Academic Merit, Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology

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C. Maxwell & Edna H. Myers History Award

Awarded to a history major who has earned a minimum of 85 credits based on academic accomplishment and service to the department and the University.

Categories: History, Academic Merit

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Campus Club Scholarship and Campus Club (Helen Byer Corbett) Scholarship

Awarded to members of the Junior Class who have maintained a QPA of 2.0 or higher and who are dependent wholly or in large part upon their efforts for financing an education.

Categories: Junior, Financial Need

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Carol J. Myers Music Educators Award

Awarded to a music education major in good academic standing, entering their senior year, prior to the semester in which the student will be student teaching. Preference given to students concentrating in vocal studies.

Categories: Music, Senior

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Cecil M. Upton Organic Chemistry Award

Awarded to the outstanding student in the organic chemistry course sequence.

Categories: Chemistry, Academic Merit

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Chapman Auto Group Athletic Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming freshman student who is a Chapman Auto Group employee or the child or spouse of a Chapman Auto Group employee from either the Lancaster or Columbia business location. If no such student applies the scholarship will be awarded to an incoming freshman student athlete demonstrating financial need as determined by the Financial Aid Office.

Categories: Freshman, Financial Need

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Charles D. Spotts Naturalist-Humanist Award

Given to the student who has contributed most to the humanist-naturalist ethic.

Categories: Entomology

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Charles E. and Betty F. Muench Scholarship in Communications and Theatre Arts

Awarded to an entering senior majoring in Communications and Theatre Arts who has demonstrated financial need, has a minimum QPA of 3.0, and who exemplifies commitment to and excellence in the discipline of communications.

Categories: Senior, Communications, Financial Need, Academic Merit

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Charlotte A. Lafferty History Scholarship

Awarded to a student(s) majoring in history, interested in applied history, with a minimum high school average of 3.0 and is active in school or community service. The scholarship is renewable for up to seven semesters as long as the student(s) maintains an overall academic average of 3.0 or higher. Demonstrated financial need may also be taken into consideration.

Categories: Freshman, History, Academic Merit, Financial Need

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Chemical Rubber Company Chemistry Achievement Award

Awarded to an outstanding student in the general chemistry sequence.

Categories: Chemistry, Academic Merit

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Chip and Kathy Brabson, PhD '70 Physics Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming, full-time freshman physics major, chosen based on merit as demonstrated by: high school class rank or GPA performance with emphasis on academic performance in mathematics and science courses; standardized test scores (SAT or ACT); and other criteria as recommended by the admissions office and the physics department. Financial need shall be a significant criterion. First preference is to a qualifying student from Lancaster Catholic High School or Solanco High School in alternating sequence, if none, second preference from Lancaster County, lastly Pennsylvania. The scholarship may be renewed up to three years providing the student remains a physics major in good academic standing.

Categories: Freshman, Physics, Academic Merit, Lancaster County

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Christina A. Ciallella Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to a female student who has completed at least 60 credits at MU with no restriction upon major and based upon financial need.

Categories: Female, Financial Need

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Clarence Schock Foundation Fellowship

Awarded to a junior who is a current recipient of a Clarence Schock Foundation scholarship. The student must submit an essay and demonstrate strong academic achievement, public service, commitment to environmental preservation and to enhancing the quality of life in the communities where he/she lives and studies, and has an understanding of Mr. schocks's respect for education and personal philanthropy. The student is recommended by the president of the University to the Schock Foundation Board of Directors.

Categories: Academic Merit, Financial Need, Junior

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Clarence Schock Foundation Scholarship

A four-year scholarship awarded annually to MU freshman on the basis of high school records, competitive examination, personality, and financial need. Only high school graduates from counties served by SICO are eligible.

Categories: Academic Merit, Financial Need, Freshman

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Clark Associates, Inc. Scholarship

Awarded to two rising seniors with demonstrated leadership ability. First preference will be given to students majoring in business administration, computer science, and applied engineering. An application is required.

Categories: Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology, Business Administration, Computer Science, Senior

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Clark-Yalda Scholarship in Atmospheric Science

Awarded to an incoming freshman majoring in meteorology. The recipient must be in the top 25% of her or his high school class and show evidence of strong science and mathematics skills demonstrated by a combination of class work and standardized tests. First preference is to a student from outside of Pennsylvania who is also of an under-represented group; otherwise a qualifying out of state student; otherwise an under-represented student from Pennsylvania; and finally, a qualifying student from Pennsylvania. (Gender is not to be considered an under-represented category unless a particular gender falls below 30% of total enrollment in meteorology.)

Categories: Meteorology, Freshman, Out-of-state, Under-represented, Academic Merit

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Class of 1866 Award

Awarded to two seniors for excellence in mathematics.

Categories: Senior, Mathematics

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Class of 1895 Frank Albert Award

Awarded to a member of the graduating class on the basis of scholarship and service to the University.

Categories: Senior, Community Service, Academic Merit

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Class of 1898 Award

Given to the student in the junior class who ranks second in excellence of scholarship.

Categories: Junior, Academic Merit

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Class of 1910 Award

Awarded annually for excellence in English to a four-year student at the end of his/her senior year.

Categories: English, Senior

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Class of 1911 Justin Roddy Memorial Award

Awarded to a graduating senior who, in student teaching, shows greatest promise of becoming a successful teacher of the sciences.

Categories: Senior, Education

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Class of 1916 / R. Bruce Walter Scholarship

Awarded as an academic scholarship as determined by the University President or his designee.

Categories: Academic Merit

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Class of 1917 Sanders P. McComsey Award

Awarded at the end of a student's junior year to a person who, in the judgment of the English Department, excels in the general field of English.

Categories: Junior, English

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Class of 1922 Esther E. Lenhardt Award

Awarded annually to a senior who has demonstrated outstanding proficiency in the use of English.

Categories: Senior, English

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Class of 1927 Award

Awarded to the sophomore student who has passed 45 credits or more. The recipient will be the student demonstrating the greatest aptitude and ability to teach and who participates in University activities, especially intercollegiate sports.

Categories: Sophomore, Education, Athletics, Academic Merit

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Class of 1928 Isaac F. Seiverling Award

Awarded to a junior for proficiency in mathematics.

Categories: Junior, Mathematics

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Class of 1935 Scholarship

Awarded to junior students demonstrating financial need and in good academic standing.

Categories: Junior, Financial Need, Academic Merit

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Class of 1937 Scholarship Award

Awarded to a first semester senior who intends to teach. The student must have a FAFSA form on file in the Financial Aid Office. 2.5 GPA and 2 letters of recommendation from teaching faculty.

Categories: Senior, Education

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Class of 1940 Scholarship

Awarded to a student majoring in Education and demonstrating financial need.

Categories: Education, Financial Need

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Class of 1942 Scholarship

Awarded annually to an outstanding Education student who has achieved academic excellence and demonstrates financial need.

Categories: Education, Academic Merit, Financial Need

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Class of 1943 Scholarship

Awarded to a senior in the School of Education on the basis of exceptional potential as a classroom teacher and has earned a total of 96 credits with a GPA of 3.0 or better.

Categories: Senior, Education, Academic Merit

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Class of 1944 Scholarship

Awarded to a student enrolled in the School of Education who has completed at least 60 credit hours and demonstrates financial need (not limited to university financial aid).

Categories: Education, Financial Need

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Class of 1947 Scholarship / Scholarship for Research Students in University Honors Program

Student must be enrolled in the Honors program, engaged in independent research related to his or her course of study at the University, and demonstrate a need for financial assistance.

Categories: Honors College, Research, Financial Need

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Class of 1948 Scholarship

Awarded to an upperclassman who demonstrate scholastic ability and financial need.

Categories: Academic Merit, Financial Need

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Class of 1951 Scholarship

Awarded as an academic scholarship for a student enrolled at Millersville University. Selection based upon merit, financial need, or both.

Categories: Academic Merit, Financial Need

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Class of 1952 Scholarship

Awarded to a student majoring in Education entering his/her junior year (as determined by credits earned), with a CGPA of 3.0 or greater. Funds are to be placed in an account with the University Bookstore, and are to be used to purchase books, educational materials and supplies.

Categories: Education, Junior

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Class of 1954 Scholarship

Awarded to a rising junior or senior who is majoring within a discipline in the School of Education. The scholarship is to be merit based , upon prior volunteerism/enthusiasm for, and successful course work in, the field of Education. The scholarship is not renewable.

Categories: Junior, Senior, Education, Academic Merit

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Class of 1958 Education Scholarship

Awarded as a scholarship for a matriculating student in Education. The scholarship is not renewable.

Categories: Freshman, Education

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Class of 2012 "Sophomore Slump" Scholarship

Awarded annually to a male and female student who are members of the sophomore class with a minimum 2.5 gpa and financial need. First preference will be for students who have performed community service.

Categories: Academic Merit, Financial Need, Community Service, Sophomore

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Commission in Cultural Diversity & Inclusion - Student Excellence Committee Book Award

Selection is based on academic performance, evidence of a commitment to diversity through service at the University, demonstrated through a competitive application and essay.

Categories: Under-represented, Academic Merit, Community Service

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Commonwealth of PA University Biologist Award

Given on the basis of academic standing, excellence in biology and research potential.

Categories: Academic Merit, Biology, Research

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Computer Science Award

Presented to a senior Computer Science major for outstanding achievement in computer science courses.

Categories: Senior, Computer Science

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Cora Catherine Bitner Music Award

Awarded to Millersville students who are proficient in musical performance and have rendered loyal services to the musical activities of the University.

Categories: Music

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Council of Trustees Scholarship

Awarded as tuition assistance to the student serving as a member of the Council of Trustees. The scholarship is renewable for the period of time the student serves the Council.

Categories: Council of Trustees

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C-P Flexible Packaging - Gary Nicholas Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to one full-time, rising senior in the Occupational Safety and Environmental Health Program at MU, who matriculated from York County. Recipient must have a QPA of 3.2 or greater in the program, with consideration given to an acceptable overall QPA. Scholarship is to be awarded primarily on the basis of merit, without necessary consideration of financial aid.

Categories: Academic Merit, Occupational Safety/Environmental Health, Senior

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D. Joan Godfrey Nursing Award

Awarded to one to three nursing students on the basis of participation in the nursing program and nursing network, along with other campus activities, involvement in the nursing profession and academic standing.

Categories: Senior, Nursing, Community Service

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D. Luke & Elva W. Biemesderfer Scholarship for Merit in Foreign Language

Awarded to an entering full-time freshman majoring in foreign language. The recipient shall be chosen on the basis of excellence in scholarship and leadership potential. Financial need may be taken into consideration but shall not be the major criteria.

Categories: Freshman, Foreign Language, Academic Merit

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Daisy K. Spangler Award

Awarded to a graduate student in Early Childhood or Middle Level Education who has achieved a GPA of 3.5 or higher and has had successful teaching experience. Funded by the Beta Omicron Chapter of Pi Lambda Theta.

Categories: Graduate Student, Elementary Education, Academic Merit

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Dalton E. Smart Humanitarian Scholarship, Industry and Technology Department

Awarded to a student making a significant contribution to the education of classmates through positive interactions, thought-provoking questioning and insight into the impact of technologies on humans. The recipient must be a full-time Industry and Technology Department undergraduate, with junior or senior rank, and a minimum of 2.5 overall QPA.

Categories: Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology

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Daniel G. Engle Scholarship

Awarded at the end of the junior year to a major in the Division of Science who, in the judgment of the Physics Department, has demonstrated superior scholarship and exceptional University / community service and maintained at least a 3.0 GPA.

Categories: Junior, Physics, Community Service, Academic Merit

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Danny Ducker Graduate Merit Award

Awarded annually for the best graduate research paper in English.

Categories: Graduate Student, English

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David B. Ph.D. & Kathryn Millar Kraybill Scholarship

Awarded to an entering freshman from the Lampeter-Strasburg School District. Selection is based on financial need for academic studies only, and the scholarship is limited in use to payment of tuition. May be renewed for 8 semesters or until graduation.

Categories: Freshman, Financial Need, Lancaster County

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Dean Dutcher Memorial Music Scholarship

Awarded to incoming freshman students who maintain enrollment as full-time music majors at MU. Awarded in freshman year and continues for 4 years. Based on musical talent in art performance medium. Scholarship is applied to tuition only.

Categories: Freshman, Music

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Dilworth-McCollough English Award

Awarded annually to a student who, in the judgment of the English Department, has achieved excellence in English literature.

Categories: English, Academic Merit

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Distinguished Graduate Fellows Award

Awarded to a Pennsylvania resident studying full-time in a master's degree program. Selection based on merit as demonstrated by undergraduate GPA and other graduate application materials. Financial need may be considered. May be renewed for a second year providing the student remains a graduate student in good academic standing.

Categories: Pennsylvania-resident, Academic Merit

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Dominick J. & Frances M. Fanani Junior/Senior Award

Awarded for outstanding scholarship and high moral standards to a full-time junior or senior student in the Arts and Humanities.

Categories: Academic Merit, School of Humanities & Social Sciences

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Don L. and Irene M. Helsel Scholarship

Awarded to a rising junior or senior student (having earned a minimum of 60 credits) in the teacher preparation program in the School of Education. First preference is for a student from an under-represented population whose intention is to teach in an urban setting as demonstrated by participation in a program focused on teaching in an urban educational environment. If such intention cannot be met, the scholarship may be awarded to any student from an under-represented population in the School of Education. The recipient will be chosen on the basis of excellence in scholarship and leadership as demonstrated by participation in school and community activities. Financial need will also be a consideration. Should a junior student be selected this scholarship may be renewed provided that the criteria continue to be successfully met.

Categories: Junior, Senior, Under-represented, Education, Financial Need

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Don R. and Judith C. Carter Scholarship for J. P. McCaskey High School Students

Awarded to graduates of J.P.McCaskey High School. First preference will be for a student majoring in the programs defined as Business (currently, Marketing, Management, Accounting, Finance), Nursing, or the Sciences (including Computer Science). In the event a student is not eligible from one of these majors, another student from J.P.McCaskey may receive the award. The recipient(s) will have demonstrated financial need. The scholarship may be renewed for three additional academic years, provided the recipient(s) maintain(s) a 2.8 quality point average and continues studies in one of the programs noted in this agreement.

Categories: Business Administration, Science, Lancaster County

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Donald Ferguson '70 Scholarship

Awarded for scholarship(s).

Categories: Academic Merit

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Dorothy J. Patterson English Scholarship

Awarded to a rising junior majoring in the English teacher preparation program and working toward a Bachelors of Science in English Education with a minimum GPA of 3.0 in both the major and overall. The scholarship is renewable for two additional semesters provided the student continues to meet the eligibility requirements.

Categories: Academic Merit, Education, English, Junior

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Dr. & Mrs. Stephen Gring Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming freshman student majoring in Secondary Education, who has a minimum 3.5 high school academic average and a record of community service. The scholarship is renewable for no more than three years and the student must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.0. Financial need may be taken into consideration in awarding the scholarship.

Categories: Freshman, Education, Academic Merit, Community Service

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Dr. Benjamin J. Del Tito, Jr. '77 & Anna DeBlois Del Tito Scholarship

Awarded to a student with at least 30 credits completed, a CGPA of 3.0 or greater and financial need. First preference will be for a dual science/music major; second preference is for a science major with a music minor; third preference is for a music major with a science minor. If no students meet the preferred characteristics, the scholarship will be awarded to a biology major. The scholarship may be renewed for two additional years provided the recipient continues to meet the criteria under which he/she was initially selected.

Categories: Academic Merit, Financial Need, Science, Music

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Dr. Charles R. Winter Award in Pre-Med

Awarded to pre-med students attending MU.

Categories: Pre-Med

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Dr. Clyde S. & Pauline F. Stine Scholarship

Presented to a Resident Assistant who is a member of the junior class and who has demonstrated outstanding service to resident life. (Amount to be shared with Sociology/Anthropology.)

Categories: Junior, Resident Assistant

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Dr. Craig Camasta Wrestling Scholarship

Awarded to a member of the Millersville University Men's Wrestling team who academic major is within the School of Science and Mathematics. The recipient must be in good academic standing and be a member of the wrestling team for the season following the awarding of the scholarship.

Categories: Athletics, Wrestling, School of Science & Mathematics

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Dr. Cynthia C. Dilgard Scholarship

Awarded to a student with a minimum 3.0 gpa who has taken at least one course on Shakespeare within the English department. Students may be of any major. The applicant will submit an application with a short essay about how Shakespeare relates to his/her life.

Categories: Academic Merit, English

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Dr. Dale H. Messerschmidt Technology Education Scholarship

Awarded to a full-time sophomore with the highest GPA at the end of the first semester of their sophomore year in the Technology Education Program.

Categories: Sophomore, Academic Merit, Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology

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Dr. David S. and Marie N. Zubatsky International Studies Scholarship

Awarded to a student majoring in International Studies with a concentration in Latin American Studies. The student selected for the scholarship and identified by the Director of the International Studies Program in consultation with appropriate department faculty to assure that the recipient has completed a sufficient number of credits to indicate good academic standing and clear evidence of interest in Latin American Studies.

Categories: International Studies

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Dr. Dominick '53 and Mrs. Helen DiNunzio Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming freshman from Bristol Borough High School in Bucks County, PA. If no student from said high school is accepted to Millersville University for admission, a student shall be chosen from among the other high schools in Bucks County, PA. The student shall be enrolled at the university full-time, be a graduate in the top 10% of his/her high school graduating class, achieve an average score of 1200 on the Scholastic Achievement Test (SAT) and exhibit high standards in character and leadership. The candidate shall not be a transfer student. The scholarship will be applied to the student's university tuition account for the second semester of their freshman year provided they maintain an overall grade point average of 3.0 their first semester.

Categories: Freshman

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Dr. Dominick J. and Frances McAndrew Fanani Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming freshman in Humanities who has achieved a minimum cumulative high school academic performance of 3.30 and strong record of high moral character demonstrated by community service and volunteer experience. Renewable for 3 additional years, providing the student maintains a QPA of 3.3.

Categories: Freshman, Academic Merit, Community Service, School of Humanities & Social Sciences

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Dr. Erik & Mrs. Jeanne Nakjavani Award for International Study

Awarded to up to five students for expenses related to study abroad, and/or international internships. Students will be selected based upon the following criteria: academic merit, the impact of the education abroad on their professional and personal development, and a commitment to promote international education upon their return to Millersville University. First preference will be given to students with financial need. An application is required. Second preference or if no student meets the above criteria, the award will be offered to up to five students who are pursuing an academic program with an international or comparative focus, including but not limited to Government, International Studies and Foreign Languages.

Categories: Study Abroad, Financial Need, Academic Merit

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Dr. Eugene K. Robb Scholarship

Awarded to a graduate student in education on the basis of academic achievement and for contribution to the field of education.

Categories: Graduate Student, Education, Academic Merit

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Dr. James '72 Groff Scholarship

Awarded to a student who has demonstrated strong academic performance in a course of study which may lead to a degree in medicine and who has demonstrated financial need.

Categories: Pre-Med, Financial Need

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Dr. Joseph J. Abromaitis Family-Industry and Technology Department Scholar-Athlete Scholarship

Awarded to a full-time male or female student majoring within the Industry and Technology Department who participates in a varsity sport program and expects to continue that participation in the year the scholarship is awarded. The recipient must be full-time, maintain a 3.0 GPA in IT courses, and be a rising sophomore, junior or senior for renewal.

Categories: Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology, Athletics, Academic Merit

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Dr. Joseph W. '53 and Susan Fulton '84 Glass Scholarship

Awarded as tuition to a rising Junior with preference to a non-traditional student. Recipients must be in good academic standing (minimum 2.75 CGPA), with demonstrated financial need. The award is renewable for one additional year.

Categories: Junior, Financial Need, Academic Merit, Non-traditional Student

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Dr. Joyce Scout Smedley and William E. Smedley Scholarship in Memory of Arthur and Anna Scout and William P. and Mary Kathryn Smedley

Awarded to a graduate student in the School Counseling Program. The scholarship is to be primarily merit based, with consideration of financial need, for graduate students who have demonstrated potential as a school counselor. The scholarship may be renewed for up to four additional semesters upon recommendation of the School Counseling faculty.

Categories: Graduate Student, Counseling, Academic Merit

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Dr. Kay Vandergrift '62 and Dr. Jane Hannigan Scholarship for Women

Awarded to a non-traditional (23 years of age or older, or part-time or full-time) female student. The scholarship is renewable for eight semesters provided the student maintains a minimum 3.0 grade point average.

Categories: Non-traditional Student, Female, Academic Merit

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Dr. Lucinda Ridley Academic Excellence Award

Awarded to a student who is a dual Special Education and Early Childhood Education major and has met the Advanced Professional Studies requirement. The recipient must have demonstrated excellent professional dispositions, expressed a sincere desire to work in the field of special education and has enrolled and in, or participated in, the Aaron Acres internship program. The scholarship is to be based on a combination of academic standing, financial need and a personal statement.

Categories: Special Education, Early Childhood Education, Financial Need, Advanced Professional Studies

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Dr. Mary Alice Smith Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming student enrolled in the Early Childhood, Middle Level, or Special Education curriculum at Millersville University. The scholarship is to be used for tuition and may be renewed for up to seven additional semesters, provided the recipient remains in good academic standing.

Categories: Elementary Education, Special Education, Freshman

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Dr. Nathan C. Schaeffer Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to a financially needy student who is enrolled in an undergraduate or post-undergraduate education program or who is an education major. Recipient must have a 2.5 QPA and be a Lancaster County resident.

Categories: Financial Need, Education, Lancaster County

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Dr. Robert D. and Roma J. Sayre Excellence in American History Scholarship

Awarded to an academically talented rising senior with financial need who is majoring in history, has taken at least three American history courses at the 200 level or above at MU, and has excelled in those classes. Criteria to be considered will be grades, scholarship demonstrated through written work, in-service experience, and class participation.

Categories: Senior, Financial Need, History

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Dr. Rosario Caminero Scholarship

Awarded to a student minoring in the Latino/a Studies program. The student will have at least 2.5 GPA and have completed at least 15 credits at Millersville University.

Categories: Academic Merit, Latino/a Studies

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Dr. Samuel P. Wallace '41 Scholarship

Awarded to a rising junior or senior education major with financial need and a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater. First preference to a student who intends to teach in mathematics, second preference to teach science, third to teach other subjects.

Categories: Financial Need, Education, Mathematics

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Dr. Secunderabad N. Leela Scholarship in Social Sciences

Awarded to a junior majoring in the social sciences. The recipient must have a GPA of at least 3.5 and financial need. First preference is to an underrepresented student. The scholarship is renewable provided the student continue to meet the criteria.

Categories: School of Humanities & Social Sciences, Financial Need, Under-represented

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Dr. William B. McIlwaine Scholarship in Earth Sciences

Awarded to a student majoring in Earth Sciences who has completed 60 semester hours of academic credit at MU with a QPA of 3.2 or higher and demonstrates financial need.

Categories: Earth Sciences, Academic Merit, Financial Need

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Dr. William Yurkiewicz Undergraduate Research Fellowship

Awarded to a student pursuing undergraduate research in cooperation with a faculty member in the biological sciences. First preference will be to a junior or senior student who is conducting research with a high probability of publication in a peer-reviewed journal. The award is renewable provided that the student continues satisfactory progress toward publication and progresses towards graduation.

Categories: School of Science & Mathematics, Research, Junior, Senior

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Dramatics Service Award

Presented annually to graduating seniors for outstanding service and achievements in dramatics.

Categories: Senior, Theatre

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Drs. George F. & Helen A. '64 Stine Sociology Award

Awarded to an outstanding sociology major who is a rising junior with a CGPA in the major of at least 3.0 and an overall CGPA of 2.5.

Categories: Sociology/Anthropology, Academic Merit

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Drs. Helen A. '64 and George F. Stine Freshman Scholarship

Awarded annually to an admitted freshman with a high school cumulative grade point of at least 2.5 who attended at least two years at and is a graduate of Solanco School District, Lancaster County, PA. Preference is given to a qualifying student with financial need.

Categories: Freshman, Lancaster County, Financial Need

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E. Kathryn Millar Kraybill '15 Scholarship

Awarded to a student with financial need majoring in education.

Categories: Financial Need, Education

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E. L. Henry Quarantelli Award for Excellence in Emergency Management

Awarded to an Environmental Hazards and Emergency Management minor with a 3.2 minor GPA and a 3.0 overall GPA who demonstrates interest and involvement in the field.

Categories: Emergency Management, Academic Merit

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EAPSU Award

Awarded for overall excellence in English given by the English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities.

Categories: English, Academic Merit

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Earle M. Hite Award

Awarded to a member of a student publication of Millersville University who has shown enthusiasm and dedication in the production of the Snapper or Touchstone and meets the following criteria: has worked for the publication for at least four semesters; is versatile and willing to help with any task; and has made notable contributions to the betterment of the publication and the University. This award may be given to an editor, writer, reporter, photographer, business manager, member of the circulation or advertising department or other member who contributes to the production of the publication.

Categories: Snapper

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Earth Science Awards for Academic Excellence

The names of two outstanding earth science senior, one in liberal arts and one in secondary education, will be inscribed on a plaque permanently housed in Nichols House.

Categories: Earth Sciences, Senior

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Economics Department Scholarship

Awarded to declared economics major, with a CGPA of 2.5 and a 3.0 in courses for the major. Preference is given to a junior who has financial need. Income disbursed over two semesters.

Categories: Economics, Junior, Financial Need

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Edna Butler Cohen '27 Mathematics Scholarship

Awarded to an entering female freshman Mathematics major who has demonstrated superior academic excellence. The scholarship may be renewed for up to three additional years if a GPA of 3.0 or higher is maintained and the recipient continues to have a mathematics major.

Categories: Female, Freshman, Mathematics, Academic Merit

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Edna H. Myers Mathematics Scholarship

Awarded to incoming freshmen majoring in mathematics or mathematics education. The scholarship is renewable for up to three additional years, provided funds are available and the student meets Department of Mathematics scholarship retention criteria.

Categories: Freshman, Mathematics

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Edna Rochow Workman Memorial Award

Awarded to a junior or senior art major for the best painting in oil or related media produced during the academic year.

Categories: Art

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Edward J. Laucks Memorial Sertoma Award

Awarded at the close of the spring semester to a student who, in the judgment of the Speech/Drama Department, has achieved excellence in Communications.

Categories: Communications, Academic Merit

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Edward L. '64 and Kathy H. Schoenberger '69 Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming freshman with a minimum gpa of 2.75 who attended a high school in Lancaster County, including but not limited to the School District of Lancaster. The scholarship is renewable for up to three additional years, provided the student is making progress towards graduation and continues to maintain a minimum 2.75 gpa. First preference will be to a student with financial need.

Categories: Academic Merit, Freshman, Lancaster County, Financial Need

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Elisabeth Ruth Cramer / Truman A. Bender Herr Scholarship

Awarded to a student majoring in art education and who demonstrates financial need. The scholarship shall be presented to a first year student and may be renewed as long as that student is in good academic standing and has financial need. (Renewable for 6 additional semesters.)

Categories: Art, Financial Need, Freshman

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Elizabeth G. Botdorf Scholarship for English Studies

Awarded to two full-time freshman and/or transfer students majoring in English. The students must volunteer at least 5 hours per semester to the English department. The scholarship is renewable provided the students maintain a 3.0 GPA.

Categories: Freshman, English, Community Service

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Elizabeth H. Aston and Barbara A. Donan Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming, full-time freshman student from Lancaster County in the teacher preparation program in the School of Education. Recipient will be chosen on the basis of excellence in scholarship (demonstrated by GPA and classes undertaken in high school as well as nationally recognized test scores) and demonstrated financial need.

Categories: Freshman, Lancaster County, Education, Academic Merit

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Elizabeth Smithgall Scholarship

Awarded to students who are ranked in the top 10% of their class, demonstrate financial need, and have a native language other than English. (Renewable for 6 additional semesters.)

Categories: Academic Merit, Financial Need, Under-represented

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Ellen Currier Sellers Scholarship for Organ Performance

Awarded to an incoming freshman or current university student who is a keyboard major with preference given to music majors/minors studying organ. The scholarship may be renewed providing the student continues to progress in organ study and maintains at least a 3.0 GPA, and remains a music major/minor.

Categories: Freshman, Music

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Elsie Hostetter Award

A bond is presented by the Early Childhood Faculty to an outstanding senior majoring in Early Childhood Education.

Categories: Senior, Early Childhood Education

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Elva W. Biemesderfer Scholarship

Awarded to a student in the Communication and Theatre curriculum with a concentration in Theatre.

Categories: Communications, Theatre

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Elwood Finley Award

Presented to an outstanding male and female senior athlete. The award encompasses the career athletic accomplishments of the student.

Categories: Athletics, Senior

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Erin and Tom Baker Get Involved! Millersville University Student Leadership Award

Awarded to a student who is enrolled at Millersville full-time and is active in campus organizations and programs with a demonstrated interest in bettering the campus community. The student will have experience as a student leader and an enthusiasm for assisting and working with others from a diverse assortment of backgrounds.

Categories: Leadership

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Ermaleen B. Etter Scholarship in Special Education

Awarded to a senior student enrolled in the School of Education who has demonstrated professional excellence during his/her student teaching experience with learning disabled children.

Categories: Senior, Special Education

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Ernest & Mary Chamberlin Scholarships

Awarded to students in the Adult Continued Ed program who have earned the highest # of credits up to 90 and who have a QPA of at least 3.8 in their current program of study.

Categories: Adult Continuing Education, Academic Merit

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Esther Herr Bear Award

Awarded to worthy and deserving students who excel in music.

Categories: Music

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Esther Kilheffer Scholarship

Awarded to worthy students as determined by Board of Directors of said Institution.

Categories: Academic Merit

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Esther S. Knaub Scholarship

A scholarship for a worthy York County student, as determined by the appropriate college officials. (Renewable for 6 additional semesters.)

Categories: York County

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Eugene and Dora Andrulonis Scholarship

Awarded to orphaned students who have financial need, and who are residents of the community of Shenandoah, PA or its vicinity. Award applied to tuition, room and board.

Categories: Financial Need, Orphan

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Eugene Groff-Arthur Hulme Football Scholarship

Awarded to a student participating in inter-collegiate football.

Categories: Athletics, Football

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Exide/Fittipaldi Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to students who are sons, daughters, or spouses of Exide-Lampeter employees.

Categories: Academic Merit

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F.W. McLaughlin Football Scholarship

Entering freshmen are selected based on their potential for achievement in intercollegiate football; upperclassmen are selected based on their previous achievement as members of the football team.

Categories: Athletics, Football

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Faculty-Student Athletic Committee Award

Presented to the male and female letter winners who have attained the highest QPA over seven semesters of academic work.

Categories: Academic Merit, Athletics

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Faraday Physics Scholarship

Awarded as tuition to two first-time, full-time freshmen pursuing a BS, BA or BSEd in physics. The recipients shall be chosen based on merit as demonstrated by: high school class rank or GPA performance with emphasis on academic performance in mathematics and science courses; standardized test scores (SAT or ACT); and other criteria as determined by the admissions office and the physics department. Financial need may be taken into consideration but shall not be the major criterion. The scholarships are renewable for two additional semesters, providing the students continue as physics majors with CGPAs of at least 3.0 and GPAs within the major and required related courses of 3.0. If a scholarship is not renewed for cause, a new qualifying freshman will be selected.

Categories: Freshman, Physics, Academic Merit

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Florence Wilson Ryder '36 Scholarship

Awarded to a rising sophomore majoring in Education with a minimum GPA of 3.0 who has demonstrated financial need. The scholarship is renewable for two additional years.

Categories: Academic Merit, Education, Financial Need, Sophomore

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Francine G. McNairy and Gladys B. McNairy Scholarship for Civic and Community Engagement

Awarded to no more than two under-represented second year students who participate in the Universityís un-paid internship program focusing on civic engagement and/or community engagement or civic engagement workshops under the auspices of the Civic and Community Engagement Research Project (CCERP). The student(s) must have demonstrated financial need and a minimum GPA of 2.5.

Categories: Under-represented, Financial Need, Community Service, Internship

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Frank R. Heavner Memorial Award

Awarded to the English major with the highest average in at least nine hours of linguistics courses.

Categories: English, Academic Merit

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Franklin R. Thomas '39 Football Scholarship

Awarded to a student who is an entering freshman who will participate in intercollegiate football, has an entering high school GPA of at least 3.0 and demonstrates financial need. The student will receive the scholarship each year he is in good academic standing.

Categories: Freshman, Athletics, Football, Financial Need, Academic Merit

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Fred E. Oppenheimer Scholarship

Awarded to a freshman Foreign Language major based on academic excellence, dedication to foreign language study and financial need.

Categories: Freshman, Foreign Language, Academic Merit

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Frerichs Family Women's Basketball Scholarship

Awarded to students who participate on the Millersville University Women's Basketball team.

Categories: Athletics, Basketball, Female

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Fulton Bank Award in Economics

Given to a student who, in the judgment of the department, has written the best essay on an aspect of banking.

Categories: Economics

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Gail Thomson / Penn Manor Scholarship

Awarded annually to an admitted freshman who is a graduate of Penn Manor High School, Millersville, PA, who has demonstrated financial need.

Categories: Freshman, Lancaster County, Financial Need

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Gary W. & Jacqueline Reighard Award for Outstanding Leadership

Awarded for outstanding leadership to a student who has completed at least 60 credits (under unusual circumstances, 30 credits is acceptable), based upon past contributions to MU and potential for future development as a leader. Must have 2.75 QPA.

Categories: Leadership

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Gene A. Carpenter Football Scholarship

Awarded to entering or enrolled student athletes who have established themselves as outstanding intercollegiate football players and have maintained satisfactory academic standing.

Categories: Freshman, Athletics, Football

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Geography Faculty Award

Presented to a geography major who graduates with honors.

Categories: Geography

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George Doherty Memorial Scholarship for Wrestling

Awarded to athletes who established themselves as outstanding wrestlers. Entering freshman selection based on potential for outstanding achievement in intercollegiate wrestling; upperclassmen selection based on previous achievements of wrestling team.

Categories: Athletics, Wrestling

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George F. Stauffer Scholarship

Awarded to a student upon completion of the sophomore or junior year who in the opinion of a faculty committee has demonstrated academic excellence in the physical sciences.

Categories: Physics, Academic Merit

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Gerald S. Weiss Chemistry Scholarship

Awarded to a chemistry major who has demonstrated financial need and superior academic achievement in CHEM 251: Inorganic Chemistry I, a required course in inorganic chemistry for majors in the ACS certified program leading to the bachelor or science degree in chemistry.

Categories: Chemistry, Academic Merit

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Gertrude Bettle Stoll and Esther Stoll Barlow Lowry Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to a junior majoring in Early Childhood Education who has demonstrated caring and sympathetic concern for personal, emotional, and educational needs of young children. The recipient shall possess a QPA of 3.0 and demonstrate financial need.

Categories: Junior, Early Childhood Education, Academic Merit, Financial Need

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Gladys Cooper Cunningham Scholarship

Awarded to a junior or senior who is most outstanding in Early Childhood Education.

Categories: Early Childhood Education, Academic Merit

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Glenn M. Flegal '54 Wrestling Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming freshman with a proven wrestling record & who will participate in the MU wrestling program. If no freshman is available then the student must be in good academic standing with a GPA of 2.0 or better & be a MU wrestler.

Categories: Freshman, Athletics, Wrestling

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Grace Doan Bitler and Charles F. Bitler, Jr. Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to a student who has both musical potential and financial need.

Categories: Financial Need, Music

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Graduate Student Social Work Organization Award

Awarded to a graduating member of the Graduate Student Social Work Organization for service to the organization, the University, and the community. Recipient must have attained a cumulative QPA of at least 3.0.

Categories: Graduate Student, Social Work, Academic Merit

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Gray H. and Ellen C. Sellers Merit Scholarship in Business Administration

Awarded to a junior, majoring in business administration who has successfully completed 90 or more credit hours prior to the semester to which the award is credited. Selection based upon performance in previous course work and extra-curricular activity related to business administration.

Categories: Junior, Business Administration, Academic Merit, Community Service

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Greek Council Scholarship

Recipients must be entering freshmen. Used to encourage high school students with high academic standards and participation in extracurricular activities to attend Millersville University.

Categories: Freshman, Academic Merit

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Guy Kurtz Bard Award

Awarded to a senior for outstanding ability in political science and history. The award is made to a history major in even-numbered year and to a government and political affairs student in odd-numbered years.

Categories: Senior, Political Science, History

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Harold Vinson Jr. Scholarship

Awarded annually to a football player who exhibits spiritual well-being, athletic ability, concern for others and an exemplary living style. Recipient selected by the MU football staff.

Categories: Athletics, Football

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Harold W. and Miriam W. Shaar String Award

Awarded to a sophomore or junior music education student who has demonstrated progress in the playing of a string instrument, shown an interest in the teaching of strings; and contributed to the musical enrichment of the University.

Categories: Music

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Harry A. '65 and Carolyn J. Lohss Physics Scholarship

Awarded annually to a full time student pursuing a BA, BS or BSEd in physics. If the recipient is a freshman, that individual must be in the top 20% of her or his high school class or have a GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale and show evidence of strong science and mathematics skills demonstrated by class work and standardized tests. If awarded to other than a freshman, the recipient must have a CGPA of 3.0 or greater on a 4.0 scale. Financial need may be considered in selecting the recipient, but it is not to be the primary factor. With the annual approval of the physics department chairperson or designee, the scholarship may be renewed yearly for a maximum 6 additional semesters beyond the freshman year provided the student continues to maintain a departmental and overall GPA of 3.0 or greater.

Categories: Physics, Academic Merit

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Harry E. Canter Statistics Award

Awarded to a junior or senior Mathematics or Computer Science major who has shown the most outstanding performance in statistics. The recipient is chosen by a vote of the entire department.

Categories: Mathematics, Computer Science

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Harry Symons Business Administration Scholarship

Awarded to a student majoring in Business Administration, who has a 3.2 high school academic average and a record of community service. The scholarship is renewable for no more than four years and the student must maintain an academic average of 3.0. Financial need may be taken into consideration in awarding the scholarship.

Categories: Business Administration, Academic Merit, Community Service

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Hazel Jackson Scholarship

Awarded to an African-American student who demonstrates financial need and is in good academic standing majoring in Secondary Education Language Arts or the Humanities Program. Preference is given to students from Lancaster County.

Categories: African-American, Financial Need, Education, Lancaster County

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Hazel Rork Schmuck Alumni Scholarship

Awarded to a full-time secondary education major with an overall 3.0 GPA who has completed 30 credit hours and no more than 60 prior to the fall semester.

Categories: Education

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Helen C. Riso / Commuting Students Association Scholarship

Awarded to commuting students who best demonstrate financial need, satisfactory academic performance and noteworthy service to the Commuting Student Association.

Categories: Financial Need, Commuter

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Helen R. Metzler Undergraduate and Graduate Reading Award

Awarded to an Early Childhood or Middle Level Education Major and a graduate student who completed their Reading Specialist certification who has an interest in reading and has shown excellence in classroom performance and knowledge of reading techniques. Must have completed all certification courses at MU.

Categories: Elementary Education, Graduate Student, Academic Merit

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Helen Spahr Walker '43 Education Scholarship

Awarded to an Early Childhood or Middle Level Education major, in good academic standing who has passed the Praxis I and received the required clearances (Act 34, Act 151 and FBI record check). The scholarship may be renewed up to three years providing the student remains within the major in good academic standing.

Categories: Elementary Education, Academic Merit

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Henry Franklin Bitner Science Prizes

Two prizes awarded annually - one in Biological Sciences and one in Physical Sciences - senior students selected by the instructors of these sciences together with the Dean of Science & Math.

Categories: School of Science & Mathematics, Senior

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Henry J. Kauffman Award in Metal Technology

Awarded to a senior Industry and Technology student who, in the opinion of the Industry and Technology faculty, has attained distinguished achievement in metal technology.

Categories: Senior, Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology

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Hugh O'Brien Youth (HOBY) Foundation Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming freshman who participated in the HOBY youth program and ranks in top 10% of graduating class or 1170 SAT combined.

Categories: Freshman, Academic Merit

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Hughes Foundation, Inc. Scholarship

Awarded as tuition to a qualifying full-time student from Monroe County, PA. Selected students will have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater. Preference will be given to students with financial need, although need is not required. The scholarship is renewable for up to nine additional semesters provided the student remains academically qualified and is progressing toward graduation.

Categories: Monroe County, Academic Merit, Financial Need

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Iliffe/McCaskey Scholarship

Awarded for a two semester period to first year, independent undergraduate, full or half-time student who is entering higher education or returning to school. The recipient must have properly matriculated, with preference to a woman pursuing a degree. Chosen recipient will have limited access to conventional routes for obtaining student aid. This scholarship is intended to launch a non-traditional student's studies.

Categories: Non-traditional Student

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Instrument Society of America Central Keystone Section Outstanding Student

Awarded to a junior or senior industry and technology student who possesses a QPA of at least 3.0 and is committed to specialized in and demonstrating outstanding performance in Transportation/Energy/Power.

Categories: Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology, Academic Merit

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International Studies Faculty Award

Awarded to a graduating senior with a major in international studies with a GPA of at least 3.0 who has demonstrated a commitment to international studies. Student is selected by the International Curriculum Committee.

Categories: Senior, International Studies, Academic Merit

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Ireland 500 Fund

Awarded to a student who is participating in a global education experience in Ireland (including Northern Ireland), including study abroad (any length program), student teaching, or internship abroad. First preference will be given to a student with financial need. An application is required.

Categories: Study Abroad, Financial Need

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Irene Renshaw Scholarship for Education †

Awarded to a freshman majoring in early childhood education (grades PK - 4) with a minimum gpa of 2.75, demonstrated financial need and involvement in community/volunteer service and/or student leadership.

Categories: Academic Merit, Community Service, Early Childhood Education, Financial Need, Leadership

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Irene Seadle German Section Award

Awarded to a senior German major who, in the judgment of the German Section of the Foreign Language Dept., has done excellent work in German studies and contributed significant service to the German section.

Categories: Senior, Foreign Language, German, Academic Merit

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Irwin Wienhold Music Scholarship

Awarded to at least one student who is an active participant in the music program. First preference is to those majoring in Music. The award is renewable and may be received for a total of eight semesters, provided the student remains in good academic standing and involved in the music program.

Categories: Music

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Isaac F. Seiverling / Charles A. Rutter Scholarship in Mathematics

Awarded to an entering freshman whose declared major is Mathematics or Mathematics Education. Selection is based primarily on previous academic performance and secondarily on the basis of financial need. Renewable for 8 semesters or until graduation.

Categories: Freshman, Mathematics, Academic Merit

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J. Elvin Brenner 1909 Education Scholarship

Awarded to a rising sophomore majoring in Education, with first preference to an emphasis on Secondary Education. The recipient will have a CGPA ranging from 2.5 to 3.25 and will be a middle-income student, qualifying for financial need. The scholarship may be renewed for two additional years provided the recipient maintains a 2.5 CGPA. The amount awarded to any individual student may not exceed one-half tuition at which time an additional recipient(s) will be eligible.

Categories: Sophomore, Education, Financial Need

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J. Henry Keneagy Scholarship

Awarded to full-time incoming freshman who has declared an intention to participate in inter-collegiate athletics, and is chosen on the basis of potential for outstanding achievement in inter-collegiate athletics, and has financial need.

Categories: Freshman, Athletics, Academic Merit

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J. Richard Steinmetz Technology Teaching Award

Awarded to a technology senior who in the judgment of the Industry and Technology faculty has high potential to become a successful teacher, as evidenced by outstanding performance in student teaching and excellence in professional and technical areas.

Categories: Senior, Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology, Academic Merit

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Jack Loose Sons of the Revolution American History Research Award

Awarded to a junior, senior, or graduate student who is pursuing current research on the American Revolution. First preference will be to a student whose research focuses on the American Revolution in Lancaster County. Second preference will be to a student whose research focuses on the American Revolution in general and third preference will be to a student doing research on a topic within American History. An application is required. The recipient will be selected by the History department, after an initial review by the Lancaster County Chapter, PSSR.

Categories: History, Research, Junior, Senior

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Jackson Family International Education Scholarship

Awarded to offset program expenses for a student pursuing a global education opportunity abroad, including, but not limited to, study abroad, internship abroad, or student teaching abroad in a program sponsored by, or coordinated though the Millersville University Office of Global Education and Partnerships (or its successor). This award will be given to a student who is from an underrepresented population and who has financial need. The recipient must be in good academic standing. Second preference will be for a student who is not from an underrepresented population, but who has financial need.

Categories: Study Abroad, Under-represented, Financial Need

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Jackson Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to a graduate of Hempfield HS who completed junior year and attained distinguished achievement in Early Childhood or Middle Level Education. If no Hempfield graduate is eligible, award to highest ranking Early Childhood or Middle Level Education major from a High School in Lancaster County.

Categories: Elementary Education, Lancaster County, Academic Merit

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Jacqueline Long French Scholarship

Awarded to an upper class student who has demonstrated interested in the study of the French language, culture, history, or art and has a minimum 3.0 GPA with demonstrated financial need. First preference will be given to a student who is majoring in French; second preference to a student who is minoring in French. If a student who meets the above criteria cannot be found, the award will be made to a student with a minimum of 2.5 GPA who has successfully completed at least three French courses at the 200-level and above and/or plans to study abroad in France or in a French-speaking country.

Categories: French, Foreign Language

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James C. Atty Memorial Scholarship

Awarded annually to a student enrolled in the Counselor Education Program and selected by the department on the basis of need for financial aid and potential as a counselor.

Categories: Financial Need, Counseling

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James C. Ebbert Education Scholarship

Awarded to two incoming freshmen students demonstrating financial need with a minimum high school GPA of 3.0 and in teacher preparation in the School of Education. First preference for the scholarship is to a student from the PA Migrant Education program, and then to a student participating in the Color of Teaching mentor ship program. If the above intentions cannot be met the scholarship may be awarded to an entering freshman of an under-represented population within all of teacher education.

Categories: Freshman, Financial Need, Education, Under-represented

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James C. Parks Scholarship in Botanical Research

Awarded to an incoming freshman with an interest in botany. The recipient of this scholarship is expected to develop a botanical research project in collaboration with a faculty member that will lead to the presentation of research results in the Dr. James C. Parks Memorial Lecture in the recipient's senior year.

Categories: Freshman, Biology, Research

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James E Harf '61 PhD, Study Abroad Scholarship

Awarded to offset program expenses for a student studying abroad in a program sponsored by, or coordinated though the Millersville University Office of Global Education and Partnerships (or its successor). This award will be given to a student who is studying abroad for the very first time. The recipient must be in good academic standing. First preference will be for a student with financial need.

Categories: Study Abroad, Financial Need

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James E. Koken Science Scholarship

Awarded to a student enrolled in chemistry who has completed at least 55 credits at MU by the end of the semester in which the scholarship is awarded. If a chemistry student does not meet the criteria second preference is to Science Education major, third preference to a science major.

Categories: Chemistry

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James E. Treasure Memorial Football Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming freshman, of good academic high school preparation and who will participate in intercollegiate football. The student will receive the scholarship each year he is in good academic standing and eligible to participate in football.

Categories: Freshman, Athletics, Football

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James Hale Steinman Scholarship

Awarded to a full-time undergraduate in good academic standing with a GPA of at least a 3.0 and who has completed 15 -100 credits, for outstanding contributions to campus communications and electronic media and indicates intention to continue to serve in a capacity that will advance campus communications.

Categories: Academic Merit, Communications

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James Hamilton & Lucretia Boyd Hartzell Piano Award

Awarded to a senior or junior piano student who possesses extraordinary talent, has shown considerable progress, and has contributed to the musical enrichment of the college community. Recipient will be chosen by the Music Department Faculty.

Categories: Music

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James Hughes Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming freshman from the city of Philadelphia who has financial need.

Categories: Freshman, Financial Need, Philadelphia

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James W. and Sally C. Saxton Scholarship in Pre-Law

Awarded to a student interested in attending law school. The scholarship is renewable for up to six additional semesters and selection and continuation is based on academic achievement (3.0) community involvement and financial need. First preference will be given to a student who is a member of the Lancaster YMCA.

Categories: Pre-Law, Community Service, Academic Merit, Financial Need

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Jan Graybill '80 and Alisa McCambridge-Graybill '80 Scholarship

Awarded to a student who is a rising junior from Pennsylvania with a minimum high school grade point average of 3.0 who is majoring in one of the Business Department's programs (currently Accounting, Finance, International Business, Management, Marketing).This scholarship is renewable for the student's senior year provided the student maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.0.

Categories: Pennsylvania-resident, Junior, Academic Merit, Business Administration

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Jane Rohrer Scholarship

Awarded to a student majoring in Music with emphasis in piano or voice. First preference will be to a student of an underrepresented population.

Categories: Music, Under-represented

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Janet Wood Memorial Fund

Awarded to graduate and undergraduate students (may be part-time) enrolled as an Education Major and/or seeking Teacher Certification. Recipients must have a 3.5 QPA and have obtained advanced professional standing or admission to degree candidacy. Students may apply for renewal.

Categories: Education, Academic Merit, Advanced Professional Studies

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Jay B. Niesley '73 Memorial Student Leadership Award

Awarded for outstanding leadership to a student with at least 45 completed credits and a cumulative GPA of 2.5. Selection will be based on the studentís contributions to Millersville University and involvement in leadership roles including, but not limited to, student affairs and government.

Categories: Leadership

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Jean - Paul Levy Scholarship

Awarded to a student pursuing a Masterís degree in French at the Summer Institute. Second preference is to a Masterís level student majoring in French who has a minimum 3.0 GPA with demonstrated financial need. Third preference is to an undergraduate student majoring in French who has a minimum 3.0 GPA with demonstrated financial need. If a student who meets the above criteria cannot be found, the award will be made to an undergraduate student minoring in French with a minimum 3.0 GPA and demonstrated financial need.

Categories: Financial Need, Foreign Language, French, Graduate Student

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John A. Pucillo Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to a student who has participated in intercollegiate athletics at Millersville for at least two years and who has attained a GPA of at least 2.0 or higher upon completion of 60 credits.

Categories: Athletics

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John and Audrey Hallgren Scholarship

Awarded to a student majoring in Music.

Categories: Music

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John and Renee Genbauffe O'Leary Scholarship in Science Education

Awarded to a student majoring in the Early Childhood program with a concentration in Science. Student is selected on academic performance, however weighted significantly by the student's record of extra-curricular/community service, and financial need.

Categories: Education, Academic Merit

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John Charles Falck Scholarship for Academic Excellence

Awarded for academic excellence and good character to an undergraduate student as determined by the Director of Financial Aid. Renewable each year that the student maintains a passing academic average.

Categories: Academic Merit

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John David Neider Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to a student who has made a significant contribution to the success of the performing arts at MU in the area of drama and/or music, is a member of the junior class, has maintained a GPA of at least 2.0.

Categories: Academic Merit, Junior, Music, Theatre

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John Frederick Steinman Scholarship

Awarded to a full-time undergraduate in good academic standing with a GPA of at least a 3.0 and who has completed 15 -100 credits, for outstanding contributions to campus communications and electronic media and indicates intention to continue to serve in a capacity that will advance campus communications.

Categories: Academic Merit, Communications

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John G Williams '64 Study Abroad Scholarship

Awarded as tuition to a student participating in a global education experience, including but not limited to year abroad, semester abroad, winter, and summer session programs, internship abroad, and student teaching abroad, sponsored by, or coordinated though the Millersville University Office of Global Education and Partnerships (or its successor). This award will be given to a student who is a junior or senior with demonstrated financial need. First preference will be to a student majoring in the industrial technology education program. Second preference will be for a secondary education student. If neither first nor second preference can be met, a student majoring education for middle level (grades 4-8) or early childhood education (PK-grade 4) shall be selected. The recipient must be in good academic standing.

Categories: Study Abroad, Financial Need, Junior, Senior

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John Huzzard Graduate Merit Award

Awarded annually for the best graduate research paper in English.

Categories: Graduate Student, English

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John K. Harley / Grace W. Evans Award

Presented to a student who has maintained the highest standing in scholarship and deportment during both their junior and senior year, who is of high moral character and is of exemplary habits.

Categories: Academic Merit

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John Mentzer Award in Special Education

Awarded to a junior who is enrolled in the certification program in special education and has demonstrated potential for becoming an outstanding teacher.

Categories: Junior, Special Education

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John Van Horn Award for Applied Physics

Awarded annually to a senior physics major who demonstrates outstanding ability in applied physics.

Categories: Senior, Physics

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Joseph and Anita Meier Mathematics Scholarship

Awarded as tuition to an entering freshman majoring in mathematics. The student must be in the top ten percent of her/his graduating class or have an SAT math score of at least 600, and have a high school cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 on a scale of 4 or comparable if a different scale is used. Financial need may be a consideration but does not have to be the determining factor. The scholarship may be renewed provided a recipient remains a mathematics major and achieves at least the following: Freshman CGPA=3.0 overall and in math; Sophomore CGPA=3.2 and math=3.25; Junior CPGA=3.3 and math=3.35.

Categories: Academic Merit, Financial Need, Freshman, Mathematics

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Joseph Anthony & Linda Ryan Caputo Award in Chemistry

Awarded to an incoming chemistry major based on merit as demonstrated by class rank performance, SAT score, and other criteria as recommended by the Admissions Office. (Non-renewable)

Categories: Freshman, Chemistry, Academic Merit

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Joseph B. & Judith S. Wilt Men's Basketball Scholarship

Awarded as tuition to a member of the men's basketball team. If a returning player or transfer student, the individual must have a GPA of 2.5 or greater. If offered to an incoming freshman, the individual must have similar academic qualifications. This award may be renewed for a total of 10 semesters provided the recipient remains a member of the team and continues to meet the academic qualification.

Categories: Athletics, Basketball, Male, Academic Merit

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Joseph E. Walker American History Scholarship

Priority awarded to a junior who has indicated an intent to teach American history on an elementary, secondary, or college level. Next priority would be given to a junior who is majoring in American history. This would include applied history major.

Categories: Junior, History, Education

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Joseph M. and Dorothy M. Torchia Scholarship

Awarded annually to a member of Sigma Chapter, Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity, who has demonstrated high scholarship, outstanding leadership, and all-around service to the fraternity.

Categories: Greek Life, Community Service, Academic Merit

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Joseph P. and Marianne S. '70,'74 Nolt Family Scholarship

Awarded as tuition for thesis credit courses (up to 6 credits) and as a grant to support applied research associated with that same thesis. Thesis credit courses for the tuition portion may include thesis-related independent study courses. Research grant projects are to be of an applied and scholarly nature, with an intended outcome of original, practical contribution to the field of education. The initial recipient will be a rising junior with a minimum CGPA of 3.0 pursuing an education degree in early childhood or middle level education although that may be expanded to additional candidates after the first year. Financial need may be considered but is not a required criterion. Unused grant funds at the completion of the research project will be returned to the endowment principal. Potential candidates must complete an application following stated guidelines..

Categories: Education, Financial Need, Junior

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Justin Flannery Hilton '07 Memorial Baseball Scholarship

Awarded as tuition to a member of the baseball team who plays the position of pitcher, is in good academic standing with a GPA of at least 2.3 and demonstrates strong team spirit and leadership on and off the field. Financial need is not a requirement but may be considered.

Categories: Academic Merit, Athletics, Baseball

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Kathleen C. Winder '60 Education Scholarship

Awarded to a freshman majoring in Early Childhood or Middle Level Education and based on financial aid. Recipient must demonstrate high academic performance in high school cord & strong community service during the final two years of HS. May be renewed for 3 additional years if student maintains 3.0 QPA, remains in early childhood or middle level education, and actively pursues renewal prior to June 30 for the subsequent academic year.

Categories: Freshman, Elementary Education, Financial Need

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Kathlyn Houlahan Kodaly Music Scholarship

Awarded as tuition to a full-time entering freshman who has chosen to major in music education. Recipient will be selected by the Music Department and chosen on the basis of performance excellence in musical skills and/or talent as demonstrated in their audition. Financial need may be taken into consideration but will not be the major criterion.

Categories: Freshman, Music, Financial Need

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Keever Biology Research Scholarship

Awarded to train MU students in the method and values of scientific research. The student should be an undergraduate biology major and preference is given to those concentrating in botany.

Categories: Biology

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Keith Ranck / Ralph and Judy Anttonen / WIXQ Award

Awarded to a student with up to 90 credits passed at the end of the spring semester, who is a member of the WIXQ staff and who has worked at WIXQ for at least one semester and anticipates continuing to work at the station for the duration of the award. The award may be renewed based on continued service and leadership activity.

Categories: Radio

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Kendig C. and Nancy Bare Scholarship

Awarded to a student in good standing who has demonstrated musical ability.

Categories: Music

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Kurtz & Mary A.C. Mock Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to a female enrolled in the Curriculum and Instruction Certification program who possesses either a bachelor's or master's degree from MU, has a minimum 3.0 GPA and demonstrates superior leadership qualities.

Categories: Female, Academic Merit, Education

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Kyle Rodgers Scholarship

Awarded to a student majoring in Psychology with demonstrated financial need from the greater Lancaster region. The recipient will have a minimum GPA of 3.0. The award is renewable for three additional years provided the student remains in good academic standing.

Categories: Academic Merit, Financial Need, Lancaster County, Psychology

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Lancaster Partnership Award

Awarded to McCaskey High School seniors who participated in the Lancaster Partnership mentoring program, a partnership between local businesses, Millersville University, students and their families.

Categories: Freshman, Lancaster County

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Landis Family International Scholarship

Awarded to a first year, first time international student coming to Millersville University using a student visa (or current US requirements at the time), who demonstrates successful completion of secondary education in their home country and/or provides documentation of successful completion of mandated national exams. The recipient will be proficient in the English Language as determined by standardized tests (SAT/ACT/TOEFL as examples). The scholarship is non-renewable and will be offered to a student who demonstrates financial need.

Categories: International Student, Academic Merit, Financial Need

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Laura B. Doering Library Service Award

Presented to senior student workers who have demonstrated exceptional commitment on the job.

Categories: Senior, Library

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Laurene Cassady Auker Scholarship

Awarded to students demonstrating financial need.

Categories: Financial Need

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Leah Fudem Photographic Service Award

Presented to students for outstanding photographic service to the Snapper or the Touchstone.

Categories: Photography, Snapper

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Lee E. & Laura H. Boyer Award

Awarded to two seniors: one who is a Computer Science major excelling in Mathematics and one who is a Mathematics major excelling in Computer Science. (NOTE: The total spending amount to split between the two departments is $1,370)

Categories: Senior, Computer Science, Mathematics

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Leo Ascher Music Award

Awarded to the undergraduate music major who has best developed a musical composition based on one of Leo Ascher's original themes.

Categories: Music

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Liddell Field Study Scholarship

The income from the endowment will support academic field experiences for students at Wallops island (or other similar field studies). The funds may be used at the Dean's discretion for scholarships, research stipends of equipment to enrich the program.

Categories: School of Science & Mathematics, Field Study

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Lina Ruiz y Ruiz Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to a junior student majoring in Spanish who, in the judgment of the professors of the Spanish section, has completed work in the field of Spanish studies.

Categories: Junior, Foreign Language, Spanish

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Liselotte R. Wehrheim Scholarship in Nursing

Awarded to a non-traditional nursing student who, having completed a registered nursing program elsewhere enrolls at MU with the intent to receive a Bachelor of Science degree and practice nursing upon graduation. Eligible applicants are to have unusual or special circumstances affecting the completion of their education, such as simultaneously supporting or caring for his/her parents, children or spouse.

Categories: Non-traditional Student, Nursing

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Lois T. Morgan '54 Student-Athlete Endowed Scholarship

Awarded as tuition to one or more student athletes. There is no sport preference, however if funds are divided, they shall benefit recipients from both men's and women's sports. First time recipients must have a GPA of 3.0 or greater; incoming freshmen must have equivalent high school grades. Recipients must demonstrate above average talent in their sports. The scholarship may be renewed at the discretion of the athletic director and respective coaches providing recipients attain PSAC Scholar Athlete status (currently a 3.25 GPA) and demonstrate continued, active and above average contribution to their sports.

Categories: Athletics, Academic Merit

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Louis & Margaret Koppel Award in German Language & Literature

Awarded to a senior-level American student with a major in German language and literature who has demonstrated excellence in this academic field. (NOTE: The spending amount for this endowment is shared equally between the History and Foreign Language Depts.)

Categories: Senior, History, Academic Merit

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Louis & Margarete Koppel Award in European History

Awarded to a graduating senior who excels in the study of European History. (NOTE: The spending amount for this endowment is shared equally between the History and Foreign Language Depts.)

Categories: Senior, Foreign Language, German, Academic Merit

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Louis Vyner Performance Award

Awarded to a full-time music major who has been selected by an Audition Committee of the Music Department on the basis of outstanding performance in the field of music and demonstrated academic excellence.

Categories: Music, Academic Merit

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Lt. Col. Jo Ann Cashman Scholarship

Awarded to a student enrolled in a nursing curriculum and in good academic standing. Preference may be given, but is not limited to, students who are in financial need.

Categories: Nursing, Academic Merit

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Luelle Hamilton Scholarship in Nursing

Awarded to a Master's degree candidate in nursing who will be pursuing multi-discipline alternative methods of healing including the use of herbs. Recipient named by the Department of Nursing.

Categories: Graduate Student, Nursing

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M&T Bank Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming freshman who resides in Cumberland, Dauphin, or Franklin County. The student must be from a low-to-moderate income family and need financial assistance to attend college. The student must also show academic promise Ė top 25% of his/her high school graduating class and a high school GPA of 3.0 or better.

Categories: Academic Merit, Financial Need, Freshman

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MAK Men's Athletic Scholarship

Awarded to one or more students participating in intercollegiate athletics. Recipients must be in the top third of their high school class if selected as freshman; otherwise, recipient must have and maintain a GPA of 2.0 or higher. Renewable provided the student(s) continue to participate in intercollegiate athletics and meet GPA requirements.

Categories: Athletics, Male, Football, Academic Merit

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Marburg Study Abroad Scholarship

Awarded to students studying abroad in Marburg.

Categories: Study Abroad

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Margaret K. Shenk Nursing Scholarship

Awarded to nursing students from Lancaster County who successfully complete two semesters of the nursing degree program. Financial need shall be considered.

Categories: Nursing, Lancaster County, Financial Need

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Margaret V. Farster and James R. Farster Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming freshman student who is majoring in Mathematics Secondary Education who has financial need. The scholarship is renewable for three years based upon successful academics and continuance in the major.

Categories: Freshman, Female, Education, Mathematics

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Margie L. Ranck Award

Granted at the end of the junior year for outstanding intellectual attainment, good character, and an interest in Bible study.

Categories: Junior

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Marion G. Foster Award

Awarded to a junior majoring in social work who best exemplifies those qualities of Marion G. Foster - dedication to the social work profession, a genuine respect for people, and has demonstrated academic excellence under extraordinary circumstances.

Categories: Junior, Social Work, Academic Merit

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Marjorie A. Trout Women in Athletics Scholarship

Awarded to female student athlete(s) who are rising juniors or seniors with a CQPA of 2.8 or above.

Categories: Female, Athletics

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Mark E. Stine Scholastic Attainment Award

Awarded to seniors and juniors who have pursued higher education primarily on a part-time basis, under unusual responsibilities and/or difficulties.

Categories: Non-traditional Student

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Martin & Anna Zimmerman Kondor Award

Awarded to a senior in Early Childhood or Middle Level Education with a 3.35 GPA, excellence in student teaching experience, outstanding personal and professional characteristics, and dedication to teaching.

Categories: Senior, Elementary Education, Academic Merit

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Mary Slokum-Sproul Prizes

Awarded for excellence in public speaking in a contest sponsored by the Communications Department.

Categories: Communications

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Maryann Kitson Raspen Scholarship in Women's Athletics

Awarded to an entering female freshman who has registered as a full-time student and has declared an intention to participate in athletics. The recipient shall be chosen on the basis of potential for outstanding achievement in intercollegiate athletics.

Categories: Freshman, Female, Athletics

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MEDAL Fund Academic Scholarships

Established by MU employees and awarded to incoming freshman on the basis of academic merit.

Categories: Freshman, Academic Merit

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Men's Basketball Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to athletes who have potential for outstanding achievement in men's intercollegiate basketball. Recipients must meet all requirement for admission or be full-time students in satisfactory academic standing.

Categories: Athletics, Basketball

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Mervin W. Hess Scholarship

Awarded to a student(s) interested in a health profession career or a teaching career in math or science, who has a minimum high school average of 3.0 or higher and demonstrated financial need. Scholarship is renewable for four years as long as the student(s) maintains an overall academic average of 3.0.

Categories: Healthcare, Financial Need, Academic Merit

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Michael Jamanis and Frances Veri Scholarship

Awarded to a student majoring in Music with financial need.

Categories: Music, Financial Need

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Michael K. and Neysa M. Callahan Scholarship

Awarded to an entering or transfer student who is a child or spouse of a Benchmark Construction Company, Inc. employee. Scholarship selection will be based on academic average and community involvement. If a student associated with Benchmark Construction Company does not qualify, then preference is given to a student from Hempfield High School.

Categories: Academic Merit, Community Service

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Michael Kovach Scholarship

Awarded to a student majoring in one of the foreign languages, with first preference to a student majoring in Russian. If a student who meets the above criteria cannot be found, the award will be made to a student with a minimum of 2.5 GPA who has successfully completed at least three foreign language courses at the 200-level and above and/or plans to study abroad.

Categories: Foreign Language

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Michael W. Eisenberger Choir Award

Awarded to a senior and a member of the choir. Must be elected by choir members. Must exhibit leadership, musical ability, and friendliness.

Categories: Music, Senior

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Mike Stone Wrestling Scholarship

Awarded to a student in good academic standing who is eligible to compete athletically. This award will remain with the student until graduation.

Categories: Athletics, Wrestling

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Millersville University Alumni Association Athletic Scholarship

Awarded to one male and one female athlete who participate in NCAA recognized sports at MU. Students must be full-time, maintain an overall GPA of 3.0, passed 24 credits but no more than 60 credits.

Categories: Athletics, Academic Merit

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Millersville University Alumni Association Legacy Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming freshman legacy (child or grandchild of an alum) who has ranked in the top 10% of his/her high school class and has an outstanding record of extracurricular activities and leadership.

Categories: Freshman, Academic Merit

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Millersville University Alumni Association Scholarship

Awarded to the student with the highest QPA who has earned more than 57 but less than 72 credits upon completion of the spring semester.

Categories: Academic Merit

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Millersville University Business Associates Scholarship

Awarded to female(s) non-traditional student(s) from Lancaster County enrolled in the Continuing Education Program. Students must be financially independent and have a documented financial need.

Categories: Female, Non-traditional Student, Lancaster County, Financial Need

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Millersville University Womenís Giving Circle/Dorothy L. Connolly Scholarship

Awarded as tuition to a rising senior, female student in good academic standing with a CGPA of 2.5. The scholarship is to be awarded based on a combination of academic progress, financial need and personal statement. At the discretion of the selecting body, more than one recipient may be selected.

Categories: Academic Merit, Female, Financial Need, Senior

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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Tryon Endowed Scholarship

Awarded as tuition credit to a student majoring in Music.

Categories: Music

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Music Department Foundation Scholarship

Award to freshmen.

Categories: Freshman, Music

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Music Faculty Award

A gift card or certificate donated annually by the Music Faculty to the outstanding graduate in music education. The winner's name and graduation date will be engraved on a plaque displayed in the Winter Visual and Performing Arts Center.

Categories: Music, Senior

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Music for Everyone Scholarship

Awarded as tuition to full-time students who have chosen to major in music education. Selection based on GPA, performance in field teaching and Music 171 and demonstrated success in peer teaching. Financial need may be taken into consideration but will not be major part of criterion. Student is expected to teach for 3 hours each week of the semester in collaboration with a music teacher in the Lancaster City schools (K-8 music program).

Categories: Music, Academic Merit, Financial Need

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Nadine Thomas Journalism Scholarship

Awarded to a female 3rd or 4th year journalism student. The recipient is selected by the faculty of the English Dept.

Categories: Female, English

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Nancy Zakrewski Groff Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to a student entering the University, based on prior academic performance. There is no restriction upon major field of study. (Non-renewable)

Categories: Freshman, Academic Merit

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National Penn Bank Scholarship

Awarded to an entering student in the Bankís service area with first preference to employees and their families of National Penn Bank. Scholarship selection will be based on academic average and community activities. The scholarship is renewable for three additional academic years provided the student maintains a GPA of 3.0 or greater.

Categories: Academic Merit, Community Service, Freshman

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NE Shoemaker Biology Teaching Scholarship

To be awarded to the sophomore Biology Secondary Education major with the highest QPA.

Categories: Sophomore, Education, Academic Merit

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Neimeyer-Hodgson Research Grants

Awarded to students attending Millersville in pursuit of the baccalaureate degree is eligible to apply for the grant.

Categories: Research

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Nicholas Stephens Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming freshman from the School District of Lancaster. Recipients selected by the Director of Financial Aid, based upon financial need. Scholarship may be renewed for 8 semesters provided the recipient maintains acceptable academic standing..

Categories: Freshman, Lancaster County, Financial Need

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Non-Traditional Student Scholarship (Lembo)

Awarded for a two semester period to independent, undergraduate, full or part-time student(s) who are returning to school and have completed 15 credit hours at MU and have demonstrated financial need. Renewable.

Categories: Financial Need, Non-traditional Student

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ODE Economics Research Award

Awarded to the student who, in the judgment of the department, presented the best research project on an aspect of regional economy.

Categories: Economics

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P. Ressler - Comcast Cable Memorial Scholarship

Awarded annually to a sophomore (entering junior year) from Lancaster County with a core curriculum in Political Science who demonstrates service to community and financial need.

Categories: Sophomore, Lancaster County, Political Science, Community Service, Financial Need

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PA. Institute of CPA's Award

Presented to a graduating senior who through high academic performance in accounting, participation in the co-curricular activities of the business administration program has demonstrated outstanding commitment to the profession of accounting.

Categories: Senior, Accounting

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Patricia E. Pillar Scholarship

Awarded to a sophomore majoring in Business Administration with a minimum GPA of 2.5 and demonstrated involvement in campus extra-curricular activities and/or community service.

Categories: Academic Merit, Business Administration, Community Service

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Paul H. Nichols Scholarship

Awarded to a junior Earth Sciences major for motivation and academic excellence.

Categories: Junior, Earth Sciences, Academic Merit

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Paul W. Eshelman Memorial Scholarship

Awarded annually to a junior Industry and Technology student for excellence in woodworking. Scholarship is paid upon the student's enrollment for the second semester of the senior year.

Categories: Junior, Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology, Academic Merit

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Pennsylvania Bandmaster's Association Award

Awarded to an incoming freshman music major who excels in the major performance of a band instrument.

Categories: Freshman, Music

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Peter H. Freedman Endowed Scholarship

Awarded to a student majoring in Music.

Categories: Music

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Peter L. And Barbara B. Hunsberger Scholarship for Study Abroad

Awarded to pay travel, room and board expenses for a student who has been approved to spend a semester studying in a university or other educational experience in a foreign country, in a program sponsored by or coordinated by the Global Education Office. The recipient must be in good academic standing, and be identified as a good representative of Millersville University by the Director of the Global Education Office.

Categories: Study Abroad, Academic Merit

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Phi Kappa Phi Award

A prize for the best essay written by an undergraduate member of Phi Kappa Phi Chapter 211

Categories: Phi Kappa Phi

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Phi Sigma Pi Award

Granted to a member of the graduating class for outstanding qualities of leadership, character, and service to the University.

Categories: Senior, Leadership

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Philadelphia Alumni Award

Awarded to a technology education major who demonstrates the best qualities of a technology teacher as recommended by the Industry and Technology faculty.

Categories: Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology

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Philip C. and Karen Ashkar Murley '63 Scholarship

Awarded as tuition to an entering, full-time freshman from Pennsylvania who has chosen to major in either mathematics or physics. Recipient is chosen on the basis of excellence in scholarship (demonstrated by GPA and classes undertaken as well as nationally recognized test scores) and leadership potential (demonstrated by participation in school and community activities). Financial need may be taken into consideration but shall not be a major criterion. The scholarship may be renewed for the sophomore year with an earned total of 30 credits, a GPA of 3.3 or higher and continued participation in university and/or community activities.

Categories: Freshman, Mathematics, Physics, Academic Merit

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Philip C. and Karen Ashkar Murley '63 Science Scholarship

Awarded to a rising senior from Pennsylvania majoring in either mathematics or physics. The recipient will have an overall grade point average of 3.6 or higher and a grade point average in the major of at least 3.75 with demonstrated performance in courses in the major. The recipient is chosen on the basis of excellence in scholarship; is an active participant in department projects (e.g., intern); is of superior research potential (e.g., evidence of successful research efforts); and is involved in organizations and activities outside the major. Financial need may be taken into consideration but shall not be a major criterion. This scholarship is not intended for Education majors.

Categories: Academic Merit, Mathematics, Physics, Senior

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Polymer Education Undergraduate Award

Awarded to a sophomore/junior level chemistry major who has at least a GPA of 3.5 & who has earned an A in each semester of the two semester organic chemistry course sequence.

Categories: Chemistry, Academic Merit

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Predmore-Cornogg Scholarship

Awarded to a rising junior or senior majoring in Geography who demonstrates a strong commitment to the discipline of Geography, with first preference to a student with an interest in land planning. The recipient must be in good academic standing with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher, demonstrates financial need. Renewable in the subsequent year. (NOTE: A requirement for accepting the scholarship, recipient must meet the donor for an introduction and a general discussion of plans that student has in the discipline of Geography.)

Categories: Geography, Financial Need

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Presser Undergraduate Scholar Award

Awarded to a rising senior on the basis of merit and achievement.

Categories: Academic Merit, Financial Need, Music, Senior

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PSECU Scholarship

Awarded to students in good academic standing and who have financial need and who are members of the Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union (PSECU).

Categories: Financial Need

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Psychology Club Award

Awarded to senior psychology majors for outstanding interest and enthusiasm in psychology, service to department, and scholarship. Must have a 3.0 GPA or higher.

Categories: Senior, Psychology, Academic Merit

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Psychology Department - Outstanding Junior Psychology Major Awards

Awarded to outstanding junior psychology majors from a fund established by the faculty of the Psychology Department. Recipients must have overall QPA's of 3.5 or above and psychology QPA's of 3.75 or above.

Categories: Junior, Psychology, Academic Merit

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Psychology Department - Outstanding Senior Psychology Major Awards

Awards presented to outstanding senior psychology majors from a fund established by the faculty of the Psychology Department.

Categories: Senior, Psychology

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R. Clinton & Dorothy Hughes & Kathryn Hughes Seaber Vocal Music Scholarship in Honor of Jean Bradel

Awarded to a freshman vocal music major. Financial need may be considered , but is not required. The award may be renewed for three years, providing the student remains a voice music major in good academic standing and progressing toward graduation. If there is no qualifying voice major, the spendable income is to be returned to principal until a qualified student is identified.

Categories: Music

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Rachel Carson Biology Field Course Scholarship

Awarded to at least two students for field biology courses that require residence at a site other than Millersville University. Recipients must be in good academic standing overall (i.e., at least 2.00 QPA) and within their academic major, and pursuing a BA, BS or BSE in the sciences or mathematics. Although preference may be given to students in the marine biology option, students with majors in other areas of biology, other sciences or mathematics at Millersville University are encouraged to apply. Financial need may be considered but it is not the deciding factor in selection.

Categories: Biology, Research

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Ralph J. Hyson Memorial Award

Awarded to a senior French major considered by the department to be outstanding in the field of French studies.

Categories: Senior, Foreign Language, French

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Ratzlaff Scholarship Fund

Awarded to an incoming biology major. The scholarship may be renewed for three additional years providing the student remains a biology major and maintains a QPA of 3.0 or greater.

Categories: Biology, Freshman, Academic Merit

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Renee L Fraker Field Hockey Award

Awarded to recognize the field hockey player who displays and embodies the selflessness, leadership and commitment to excel in both representing of oneself and for the Millersville Field Hockey Program both academically and athletically.

Categories: Athletics, Field Hockey

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Rettew Associates Scholarship in Geology

Awarded to an outstanding student majoring in Earth Sciences (Geology) with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Categories: Academic Merit, Earth Sciences

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Richard and Elaine Blouse Scholarship

Awarded to a student majoring in Business Administration, who has a minimum 3.5 high school academic average and a record of community service. The scholarship is renewable for no more than four years and the student must maintain a minimum academic average of 3.0. Financial need may be taken into consideration in awarding the scholarship.

Categories: Business Administration, Community Service, Academic Merit

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Richard C. Keller Award in American History

Awarded to a senior student who has shown excellence in the study of American history.

Categories: Senior, History

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Richard Cecil Todd and Clauda Pennock Todd Basketball Scholarship

Awarded to entering freshmen based upon their potential for outstanding achievement in the intercollegiate basketball program. Upperclassmen may be selected for the scholarship based on their achievements as members of the MU basketball team.

Categories: Freshman, Athletics, Basketball

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Richard Cecil Todd and Clauda Pennock Todd Graduate Fellowship Award

Awarded as a fellowship within the graduate school. The Todd Fellowship(s) shall recognize and encourage excellence in scholarship, research and/or writing among graduate students.

Categories: Graduate Student, Academic Merit

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Richard Cecil Todd and Clauda Pennock Todd Merit Scholarship

Awarded to an entering freshman and renewable for a period of four years. The purpose of this scholarship shall be to attract and retain intellectually brilliant and/or exceptionally artistically talented students. As the fund grows, it may be determined appropriate to offer more than one scholarship.

Categories: Freshman

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Richard Cecil Todd and Clauda Pennock Todd Student Loan and Financial Aid Scholarship

Awarded to support students in need of Financial Aid through scholarships and/or loans.

Categories: Financial Need, Academic Merit

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Richard F. Brenner 1941 Industrial Technology Scholarship

Awarded to a rising sophomore majoring in Industrial Technology, with first preference toward a student receiving teacher preparation. The recipient will have a CGPA ranging from 2.5 to 3.25 and will be a middle-income student, qualifying for financial need. The scholarship may be renewed for two additional years provided the recipient maintains a 2.5 CGPA.

Categories: Academic Merit, Sophomore, Financial Need, Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology

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Richard G. Kokat / Andrei Georgescu Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming freshman in Computer Science, based upon both merit and financial need.

Categories: Freshman, Computer Science, Academic Merit, Financial Need

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Richard J. Hess Memorial Scholarship in Psychology

Awarded to a rising senior in psychology, with good academic standing.

Categories: Senior, Psychology

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Richard S. Levandusky '58 Technology Education Scholarship

Awarded to a first year student majoring in Technical Education and distributed equally between the first and second semester. First preference to a student from Eastern Lebanon County High School, secondly from Pennsylvania, otherwise at the discretion of the Technology Education Department's freshman award committee.

Categories: Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology, Freshman

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Richard Sasin Scholarship in Chemistry

Awarded annually to a student enrolled in the Chemistry curriculum & who is in good academic standing. Also based on financial need and/or participation in intercollegiate sports.

Categories: Chemistry, Financial Need, Athletics

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Richard W. Stewart Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming freshman who is the child of an R.R. Donnelly employee (located in Lancaster) to attend Millersville University as a full-time undergraduate student to achieve a baccalaureate degree.

Categories: Freshman, Lancaster County

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Robert and Darlene Ford Merit Scholarship in Geography

Awarded to a student enrolled in the Geography curriculum who has completed a minimum of 75 credits at MU by the semester prior to when the award is given and have attained a minimum 3.2 overall QPA.

Categories: Academic Merit, Geography, Junior

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Robert and Darlene Ford Scholarship

Awarded to a graduating senior from Penn Manor High School.

Categories: Freshman, Lancaster County

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Robert Elder Business Administration Scholarship

Awarded to a rising junior who is a business administration major demonstrating a strong commitment to the discipline and with first preference to a student with an interest in management. Student must be in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

Categories: Junior, Business Administration, Financial Need

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Robert F., Louise G., and Joan M. Williams Scholarship

Awarded to an Education student is completing his/her junior year and who is concentrating in history based on prior academic performance. The student should best exemplify the love of learning, courage, determination, honesty and a sense of humor.

Categories: Junior, Education, History, Academic Merit

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Robert L. Jones '61 Soccer Award

Awarded to a male OR female soccer player who exemplifies the best tradition of the scholar-athlete, is in good academic standing with a CGPA of 2.75 or greater, and who demonstrates leadership, teamwork and service to the university or broader community.

Categories: Athletics, Soccer

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Robert L. Slabinski Scholarship

Awarded to a student(s) participating in intercollegiate women's basketball, and with a minimum academic average of 2.5, and having 60 or more academic credit hours.

Categories: Female, Athletics, Junior

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Robert N. and Darlene I. Ford Endowment for Strings

Awarded to a student majoring in Music with an emphasis in string instruments. First preference is to a graduate of Penn Manor School District.

Categories: Music, Lancaster County

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Robert S. and Helen R. Metzler Scholarship in Education

Awarded to a student enrolled in the Early Childhood or Middle Level curriculum who has completed 45 credits at Millersville University. Chosen by the department on the basis of financial need and exceptional potential as an elementary teacher.

Categories: Elementary Education, Financial Need

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Robert V. and Virginia K. Brown Scholarship in Industrial Technology

Awarded to a rising sophomore majoring in Technology Education or Industrial Technology. The scholarship may be renewed for four additional semesters providing the student maintains a 3.2 QPA. Prefer B.S. but may be A.T.

Categories: Sophomore, Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology

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Robertson Endowed Library Garden Botany Internship

Awarded to a rising sophomore, junior or senior with a CGPA of 2.5 or greater, with first preference to Biology majors with a Botany Option, who must demonstrate an interest in pursuing advanced study or a career in horticulture, horticultural taxonomy, landscape design or other related disciplines in botany, and will be the student deemed most capable of completing a successful project in a timely manner. The internship is not renewable.

Categories: Biology, Academic Merit, Sophomore, Junior, Senior

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Ronald E. Sykes Artist-Teacher Award

Awarded to the student who has achieved the highest QPA based on 30 or more semester hours of art courses taken at MU. Selection is made from the three most outstanding art student teachers of the year.

Categories: Art, Education

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Roy and Mary Garden Gamber _ Helen L. Koontz Award in Education

Awarded to two students (junior or senior status) who have demonstrated a commitment to a career in teaching. One award must be directed to a candidate committed to Early Childhood or Middle Level Education.

Categories: Education, Academic Merit

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Roy Lutz Winters Foreign Language Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming freshman with an outstanding high school record who elects to major in foreign language or choose foreign language as part of double major.

Categories: Freshman, Foreign Language

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Russell C. Hughes English Scholarship

Awarded to two incoming freshman students majoring in English for a period of time each is in good academic standing and majoring in English at MU. Students must have a minimum academic average of 3.0 and have a history or participation in HS publications. (Renewable for 6 additional semesters.)

Categories: Freshman, English, Academic Merit

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Ruth Fox Wilkinson Award

Awarded to a graduating senior who has attained the highest average in Early Childhood or Middle Level Education courses.

Categories: Senior, Elementary Education

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Sally Gibson Music Scholarship

Awarded to a student majoring in Music who has demonstrated financial need.

Categories: Financial Need, Music

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Samuel J. Seaber, Jr Baseball Award

Awarded to up to two active members of the Menís Baseball team who are incoming freshman. The studentís high school CGPA must have been 2.75 or greater. The award may be renewed if the student(s) remains active on the team and sustains the required CGPA.

Categories: Academic Merit, Baseball, Freshman

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Samuel J. Seaber, Jr. Softball Award

Awarded to up to two active members of the Womenís Softball team who have CGPAs of 2.75 or greater. The award may be renewed if the student(s) remains active on the team and sustains the required CGPA.

Categories: Academic Merit, Softball

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Sandra A. Yeager, Ph.D. Chemistry Scholarship

Awarded to a chemistry major with at least 30 credits passed, a CGPA between 2.75 and 3.25 and with demonstrated financial need. First preference will be female student meeting the criteria. The scholarship may be received more than once. (This is not a renewable scholarship.)

Categories: Chemistry, Financial Need

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Sandy Peters Field Hockey Award

This award is to be disbursed as tuition credit to one or more talented field hockey players. Candidates must have GPAs of at least 2.75/4 and be active on the team in the academic year the scholarship is awarded. If a candidate is an entering freshman, that individual's high school GPA must be at least 2.75/4 and she must commit to play field hockey at Millersville University upon arrival. The scholarship can be renewed provided the student(s) annually meet the criteria.

Categories: Athletics, Field Hockey

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Search for Excellence Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming freshmen for academic achievement. Minimum top 10% of class or combined SAT of 1100. Renewable annually to those who maintain satisfactory academic standards.

Categories: Freshman, Academic Merit

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Senator H. Craig Lewis Sigma Tau Gamma Award

Awarded to the active Sigma Tau Gamma Brother with the highest cumulative GPA for the spring and fall semester of each calendar year. The active Brother must take a minimum of 12 credit hours each semester and be in good standing with the Fraternity.

Categories: Academic Merit, Sigma Tau Gamma

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Shorty Hitchcock Memorial Wrestling Scholarship

Awarded to a student with financial need, who is in good academic standing, and who is a wrestler. The recipient must actively participate in the wrestling program the year the award is received.

Categories: Financial Need, Wrestling, Athletics

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SNAPPER Advisor's Award

Awarded by the former editor for the best overall writing.

Categories: Snapper

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SNAPPER Editor's Choice Award

Awarded by the former editor for the best overall writing by a staff member.

Categories: Snapper

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SNAPPER Headliner Award

Awarded to a member of the Snapper staff for excellent service during the year.

Categories: Snapper

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Social Work Faculty Award

Awarded annually to a senior Social Work major for academic excellence.

Categories: Senior, Social Work, Academic Merit

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Social Work Organization Award

Awarded to a senior member of the Social Work Organization for service to the organization, the University, and the community. Recipient must have attained a cumulative QPA of at least 3.0.

Categories: Senior, Social Work, Community Service, Academic Merit

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Society for the Advancement of Management Award

Awarded to a junior or senior who has maintained at least a 3.0 QPA and exhibited outstanding potential through participation in co-curricular activities in business administration.

Categories: Academic Merit, Business Administration

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Sociology / Anthropology Department Research Award

Awarded to students majoring in sociology / anthropology who are engaged in a department-sponsored research project or who presented the results of a project off-campus at a professional conference. The students must have a 3.0 GA or higher. Priority is given to seniors in the major.

Categories: Sociology/Anthropology, Research, Senior, Academic Merit

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Sociology / Anthropology Department Senior Awards for Excellence

Awarded to graduating seniors who have achieved excellent grades, undertaken honors theses or other independent research projects and contributed to the department, the University and the community through leadership and service.

Categories: Senior, Academic Merit, Research, Leadership

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Sport Management Graduate Faculty Award

Presented to the outstanding graduate sport management student based on academic excellence.

Categories: Graduate Student, Academic Merit, Sport Management

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Starbrad Excellence in Science Award

Awarded to a student who is majoring in one of the sciences, with first preference to chemistry, and who is participating in an internship for which he or she is receiving no pay.

Categories: Chemistry, Internship, Science

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Steinman Foundations / Intelligencer Printing Freshman Scholarship

Awarded to a full-time freshman admitted into either the associate or baccalaureate degree programs in Industrial Technology or Technology Education with a demonstrated interest in graphic communication.

Categories: Freshman, Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology

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Steinman Foundations / Intelligencer Printing Upperclassman Scholarship

Awarded to a full-time junior or senior Industrial Technology-Graphic Communication or Technology Education major with a demonstrated performance in graphic communication and a 3.0 GPA in the major.

Categories: Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology, Academic Merit

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Steven A. Walker Memorial Award

Awarded to one or more junior or senior Spanish majors who, in the judgment of the Spanish section of the Foreign Language Dept., have done excellent work in Spanish studies and contributed significantly to the Spanish Club.

Categories: Foreign Language, Spanish, Academic Merit

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Susan P. Luek Graduate Study in Psychology Award

Awarded to up to four (4) graduating psychology majors who have a CGPA of 3.5 or higher and show considerable promise for graduate study in psychology or related areas.

Categories: Academic Merit, Psychology, Senior

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Susan P. Luek University Honors College Graduate Study Award

Awarded to up to four (4) graduating seniors in the University Honors College who have a CGPA of 3.5 or higher and show considerable promise for graduate study or post-baccalaureate professional school.

Categories: Academic Merit, Honors College, Senior

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Susquehanna Bancshares Incorporated Non-Profit Internship Program

Awarded to students who choose to provide service to the community in the form of an internship in a nonprofit or government agency. Recipients must be enrolled at Millersville University, have completed 60 credits with an overall GPA of 2.5 or higher at the time of application.

Categories: Academic Merit, Community Service, Internship

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Susquehanna Bancshares, Inc. Scholarship

Awarded to a full-time freshman who is an employee or dependent of an employee of a Susquehanna Bancshares affiliate. The recipient is chosen by the admissions office based on high school GPA and activities college entrance test scores and a letter from a senior Bank administrator identifying the individual as an employee or employee dependent. Financial need may be considered, but is not required. If no Bank affiliated candidate applies, the scholarship will be awarded to an entering freshman business or economics major. The award is not renewable.

Categories: Freshman, Business Administration, Economics, Financial Need

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Susquehanna Engineering & Manufacturing Society - Gravell Scholarship

Awarded to a freshman enrolled in an Industry and Technology program, in either the Associate or Bachelor degree program, with a strong commitment to the major.

Categories: Freshman, Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology

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Sydney Radinovsky Scholarship

Awarded to an entering freshman biology major with an interest in biological research. The scholarship recipient will develop a research project in collaboration with a faculty member that will lead to the presentation of research results in the student's senior year. The student must rank in the top 10% and/or have a high school GPA of 3.5 or above and scored 1100 or higher on their SAT. The scholarship may be renewed for up to three additional years contingent upon the student's continued progress in the biology course curriculum and has maintained a GPA of 3.0. Approximately 75% of the scholarship will be used to defray University tuition and fees for the student. The remainder will be held in an account for the student to use for materials and costs associated with his/her biological research project. An essay must be submitted to the Biology Department.

Categories: Freshman, Biology, Research, Academic Merit

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The Alan K. Wyand and Robert L. Shoener Scholarship

Awarded to a student majoring in Music focused on Voice with first preference to those with demonstrated financial need.

Categories: Music, Financial Need

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The Beideman Scholarship

Awarded to two to four students in the Honors College selected on academic merit, significant community involvement and/or financial need.

Categories: Academic Merit, Community Service, Financial Need, Honors College

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The Bennett J. Cooper Baseball Scholarship Endowment

Awarded to financially assist student athletes participating in intercollegiate baseball.

Categories: Athletics, Baseball

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The Forty et Eight (Voiture 42) Scholarship for Nursing Education

Awarded to one or more students enrolled in the University's Nursing Program. The student should be in pursuit of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing, the Master of Science in Nursing or the Nurse Practitioner Certification Program. The student should also demonstrate intent to be active in the practice of nursing upon completion of the program. The award will be made on the basis of academic potential and financial need.

Categories: Nursing, Academic Merit, Financial Need

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The Francis J. Bremer Award

Awarded to a graduate student (History BA or Social Studies BSE) who is working on a master's thesis or presenting MA thesis at a conference (already accepted) or presenting at a conference with the possibility of publication.

Categories: Graduate Student, History

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The Grace Scholarship

Awarded to a full or part-time graduate student in the field of Clinical Psychology with either a demonstrated experience in and/or an intent to pursue a career in either dual diagnosis addiction or family systems in the context of addiction. The award is renewable for up to three years and financial need is a consideration. A personal statement and two letters of recommendation are required.

Categories: Clinical Psychology, Graduate Student

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The Judge and Mrs. Anthony R. Appel Scholarship

Awarded to at least two music majors at Millersville University with preference to students with demonstrated financial need. The recipients must audition with the Music Department. The scholarship is renewable provided the students continue to major in music and remain in good academic standing. The students may receive the scholarship for a total of eight semesters.

Categories: Music, Financial Need

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The Martin Endowed Scholar

Awarded to a student demonstrating financial need, maintaining a 3.0 academic average. May be renewed for eight semesters.

Categories: Academic Merit, Financial Need

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The Reverend Lewis Merwin Hobbs Medallion / Dr. Dominick '53 and Mrs. Helen DiNunzio Award

Awarded to graduating seniors achieving Summa Cum Laude (4.0 academic average overall)

Categories: Senior, Academic Merit

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The Stephen and Sandy Sheller Scholarship

Awarded to full-time students enrolled at one of the 14 PASSHE universities pursuing an undergraduate degree leading to a career in law, art therapy or social services. Recipients must have passed 60 credits at a PASSHE university with at least a 3.5 GPA and have demonstrated financial need.

Categories: Academic Merit, Financial Need, Junior, Senior

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Theodore Rupp Wrestling Scholarship

Awarded as financial aid to a student wrestler.

Categories: Financial Need, Athletics, Wrestling

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Thomas G. Versprille Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to a student in good academic standing who is an active, outstanding sophomore or junior member of the MU cheerleading squad who has participated in MU cheering at least 1 year; is a full time student with 2.3 QPA at the time of the award. A member anticipating continued service to the squad is preferred.

Categories: Athletics, Cheerleading

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Thomas R. Baker Memorial Scholarship

Given to an outstanding junior of excellent ability and achievement, payable upon graduation.

Categories: Senior

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United States Steel (USX) Scholarship in Business Administration

Awarded to the junior majoring in business administration who has the highest QPA in courses taken within the department and who has demonstrated outstanding ability and dedication to the study of Business Administration.

Categories: Junior, Business Administration, Academic Merit

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V. J. Marcelis Memorial Scholarship in Education

Awarded to a rising senior in good academic standing who intends to teach at the Early Childhood or Middle Level. Preference will be given to a student with financial need

Categories: Senior, Academic Merit, Elementary Education, Financial Need

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Valborg Fletty Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to a senior student based on scholarly ability and financial need.

Categories: Senior, Academic Merit, Financial Need

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Verda F. Fulmer Award

Awarded annually to an outstanding senior in Early Childhood or Middle Level Education at the end of the school year.

Categories: Senior, Elementary Education

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Violet F. Markey Academic Scholarship

Awarded for academic scholarships.

Categories: Academic Merit

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Walter B. Waetjen, EdD '42 Football Scholarship

Awarded as tuition to students who do/will play football. Incoming freshman recipients must have graduated in the top half of their class and have strong potential to contribute to the football team. Preference is to be given to students with financial need. Non-freshman recipients must be in good academic standing with a CGPA of 2.25 or above, progressing toward graduation, and be active members of the football team the academic year the award is received. First preference is for students playing the lineman position. Award may be received more than once if criteria continue to be met.

Categories: Academic Merit, Athletics, Financial Need, Football

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Wentzel - Wright Memorial Award

Awarded to an outstanding student at the end of the junior year on the basis of financial need, industry, service to the University community, participation in campus activities, scholarship, good character, integrity, honesty and professionalism.

Categories: Junior, Financial Need, Leadership, Community Service

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Wickersham Memorial Scholarship

Granted to a senior for excellence of scholarship and character. Traditionally awarded to the top-ranking junior.

Categories: Junior, Academic Merit

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Willard O. & Dr. Catherine Gibson Havemeier Scholarship for Football

Awarded to one or more first year students who matriculate at MU with a QPA of 3.0 or higher, and who have demonstrated leadership qualities during high school. May be renewed for succeeding academic years if a 3.0 QPA is maintained.

Categories: Academic Merit, Athletics, Football, Freshman

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Willard O. & Dr. Catherine Gibson Havemeier Scholarship in Computer Science

Awarded to a student engaged in computer science research. The recipient must have a QPA of 3.0 or greater. Use of the award is restricted to payment for related travel, materials and supplies including software, and may not be used for student wages or the purchase of major equipment. The research award by be renewed for successive academic years if an overall 3.0 PQA is maintained.

Categories: Academic Merit, Computer Science, Research

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William A. Dinges Veteran's Scholarship

Awarded to a veteran from Pennsylvania who is a full-time upper class student, demonstrating financial need, with an academic average of 3.0 or higher, and is renewable for 4-6 semesters. First preference will be given to a veteran who has served in a combat zone.

Categories: Junior, Senior, Financial Need

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William H. & Alma R. Duncan Scholarship in Education

Awarded to an Early Childhood or Middle Level Education major on the basis of financial need, excellence in scholarship, leadership qualities, and service to others.

Categories: Elementary Education, Financial Need, Academic Merit, Community Service

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William Malcolm Jordan Earth Sciences Scholarship

Awarded to an incoming freshman student planning to major in geology or in earth sciences with a geology emphasis. It will be awarded for the first year of study only. Preference is to be given to graduates of Penn Manor High School, secondly to students entering from other school districts in PA, and lastly from any school district in that order.

Categories: Freshman, Geology, Lancaster County

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William McGrorty '82 Excellence in Printing Technology Award

This scholarship will be awarded to a senior applied engineering, safety, and technology major with a minimum GPA of 3.0, who consistently produces high quality work, displays innovative ideas and demonstrates outstanding commitment to the printing profession. First preference will be to a student working towards a BA in Graphic Communication or a B.S.E. in Technology Education within the department.

Categories: Senior, Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology, Academic Merit

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William S Trout Award for English Education

Awarded to a senior English education major who has a cumulative GPA greater than or equal to 2.5, and 3.5 GPA in English courses. Candidates are required to document a commitment to creative writing through publication of original work (poetry, fiction, and/or essay) in The George Street Carnival, The Snapper, literary journals, newspapers, magazines, and/or participating in public poetry readings. In addition, the recipient must document a commitment to community service through activities such as working with Poetry Pathways or in-school programs, tutoring K-12 students, practicum internships or volunteering with such organizations as the Lancaster Literary Guild, local/regional poetry groups, or in educational programs for senior citizens. Membership in the University English Club is preferred. An application and letters of recommendation are required, including from the student's cooperating teacher and/or University supervisor of student teaching.

Categories: Academic Merit, English, Community Service

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WIXQ Distinguished Service Awards

Given to members of the WIXQ staff for outstanding service to the campus radio station.

Categories: Radio

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WLPA - Hall Communications Scholarship

Awarded to a rising junior student of color and/or a female majoring in Communications with an option in broadcasting with financial need.

Categories: Junior, Communications, Financial Need, Under-represented

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Xenophile - Theodore Rupp Foreign Language Scholarship

Awarded to a senior for excellence in the field of foreign language.

Categories: Senior, Foreign Language

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Yvonne and Sandra L. Turchi Biochemistry Scholarship

Awarded as a tuition scholarship to a rising senior biochemistry major who has completed a minimum of 90 credits by the end of the junior year and who is in good academic standing (cumulative CGA of 3.0 or above), who has earned a B or better in CHEMISTRY 326: Biochemistry I and who demonstrates financial need.

Categories: Senior, Academic Merit, Chemistry, Financial Need