Jessie Alice Ray General Studies Scholarship*
Background:

Jessie Alice Ray created this Fund by establishing a Charitable Remainder Trust in her sister Bernice Teal’s name, and upon Bernice’s death December 16, 2003, the remainder was donated to the Glen Oaks Community College Foundation to establish the Jessie Alice Ray General Studies Scholarship.

Jessie Alice Ray had been a long-time resident of Three Rivers and a teacher at Centreville Elementary School. After her retirement from teaching, she began working in the Academic Opportunity Center at Glen Oaks Community College in December 1984. She had been a staff member until shortly before her death in July of 1997.

Mrs. Ray was a very generous woman, leaving the majority of her estate to Glen Oaks Community College Foundation to be used for scholarships. Mrs. Ray loved students and teaching, and she demonstrated that commitment by creating this scholarship fund for general studies students.

Eligibility:

  • Students must pursue an Associate General Studies Degree or an Associate of Science Degree
  • Students must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours or more
  • New students must have a 2.5 G.P.A. minimum in high school
  • Returning GOCC students must have a 2.50 G.P.A.
  • Must be a St. Joseph County resident

Preference:

  • Full-time student (12 credit hours or more)

Selection Criteria:

  • Financial circumstances, academic ability, and career goals will be taken in consideration in selecting the recipients
  • Consideration will be given to recommendations from faculty and high school staff

Maintenance Criteria:

  • The recipients of the Jessie Alice Ray General Studies Scholarship will be expected to maintain a semester GPA of at least 2.50 while receiving the scholarship.

Selection Process:

  • Students will be selected by the scholarship committee based upon the above criteria.

Use:

  • The scholarship may be applied to all education related expenses.

Amount and Number of Awards:

  • If possible, a minimum of two students will be awarded $1,000 per year (at full-time) provided the principal is not utilized. The scholarship committee will make final determination of the number and amount awarded based on the availability of funds.

Prior Recipients:

  • Prior recipients may reapply, if eligible.

Disbursements:

The Office of Financial Aid will disburse the scholarship according to the standard school policy.

If, at any time, the College Foundation policies and procedures in effect for the administration of award and scholarship funds are changed, these provisions are automatically modified to conform.

Whenever it appears that changing conditions make this plan no longer applicable, practical, or suited to the general purposes stated above, the College Foundation would confer with the donor or their representative to secure a modification of the plan. If the Foundation is unable to locate the donor or their representative after reasonable efforts, then the Foundation is authorized to utilize the fund for any other suitable educational purpose, so that the fund will provide the maximum service to the community through the advancement of higher education.

Glen Oaks Community College Foundation Scholarship
Background:

The Glen Oaks Community College Foundation Scholarship was established by the Glen Oaks Community College Foundation Board on October 14, 2003 to recognize those students who are deserving of financial support.

Eligibility:

  • Must be enrolled in a program for a degree or certificate at Glen Oaks Community College
  • Students must be enrolled for at least 6 credit hours or more
  • Must be in good academic standing, with a minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Must be from the GOCC service area or St. Joseph County

Preference:

  • Financial need as determined by the financial aid office

Selection Criteria:

  • Academic ability, financial circumstances and career goals will be taken into consideration in selecting the recipients.

Maintenance Criteria:

  • The recipient will be expected to maintain a 2.5 GPA while receiving the award.

Selection Process:

  • Applicants must complete and submit an application, available on the Foundation website or at the Financial Aid Office
  • Selection is made by the Director of Financial Aid/Scholarship and the Foundation Scholarship Committee.

Use:

  • The scholarship may be used for educational related expenses.

Amount and Number of Awards:

  • Number and size determined by availability of funds and number of qualified applicants.

Prior Recipients:

  • Must reapply

Disbursements:

The Office of Financial Aid will disburse the scholarship according to the standard school policy.

If, at any time, the College Foundation policies and procedures in effect for the administration of award and scholarship funds are changed, these provisions are automatically modified to conform.

Whenever it appears that changing conditions make this plan no longer applicable, practical, or suited to the general purposes stated above, the College Foundation would confer with the donor or their representative to secure a modification of the plan. If the Foundation is unable to locate the donor or their representative after reasonable efforts, then the Foundation is authorized to utilize the fund for any other suitable educational purpose, so that the fund will provide the maximum service to the community through the advancement of higher education.

Elmer Black Community Leadership Scholarship*
Background:

Elmer Black a local to the Three Rivers area has a long history of service to the community. Beginning his lifelong interest in government at the age of 21, he served as Park Township Constable after attending a township caucus. He joined the military in 1943 serving for two years stationed in Fort Bliss, Texas. Then after his arrival back home from military service Mr. Black returned to local government working as the township treasurer from 1945 to 1962, later in 1974 he was appointed to the Township Supervisor position. An appointment he held for more than 25 years serving on and off when finally retiring in 1996.

Mr. Black’s service has not gone unrecognized by the community. In 1995 he was awarded for his 50 years of service to Park Township by being honored with an American flag dedicated to him in the township hall. The following year he was named the Citizen of the Year for the Lions Club. Currently, Mr. Black serves the community as a Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce, Honorary Ambassador. A position he has held after serving 30 years on the Chamber of Commerce, where he was originally selected to represent his employer at the time, the Johnson Corporation.

Mr. Black received his completion certificate from Glen Oaks Community College in 1969 for Appraisal Practices & Assessment Administration. He also attended and earned a certificate from the University of Michigan for property assessment. Mr. Black believes because of his experiences in staying involved serving the public, he has a heightened understanding of how critical it is that individuals take ownership for their community. It is about recognizing the need, acknowledging
your obligation, taking responsibility and giving back.

Intent:

This scholarship, in addition to serving as an incentive for attending the college and serving as an acknowledgement of past leadership achievement, is to encourage and support ongoing community leadership qualities and service of Glen Oaks Community College students. The leadership qualities to be recognized by this scholarship include:

  • Serving in a key role at school or in the community,
  • Willingness to take and accept responsibility,
  • Ability to inspire others, and
  • Ability to succeed through effective teamwork.

Eligibility:

  • High school graduate or equivalent with a minimum g.p.a. of 3.00
  • At least ½ -time (min. 6 credit hours) enrollment status in college
  • Glen Oaks Community College in-district resident
  • May be either a first-year student or second-year student

Preference:

Students pursuing an Associate Degree in General Studies or other degree program.

Selection criteria:

Leadership may be demonstrated by participation in community activities and school projects beyond standard class expectations, serving in a key role (officer, team captain, or similar). Demonstrated leadership may include voluntary involvement in student government, school or college clubs and organizations, or athletic teams. Applicants are required to provide two (2) letters of support from high school or college officials, teachers, or community members attesting to the applicant’s leadership quality and service.

Selection process:

  • Students will be selected by the scholarship committee based on the above criteria.
  • Academic ability, financial circumstances and career goals will be given consideration in the selection of the recipients.
  • Students are required to provide at least two (2) letters of support as noted above.

Use:

The scholarship may be applied to all education-related expenses for any semester within the
academic year it is awarded.

Amount and number of awards:

Number and size will be determined by the availability of funds and number of qualified applicants.
Minimum of one award each year based on availability of funds.

Prior Recipients:

Must reapply

Disbursement:
The Office of Financial Aid will disburse the scholarship according to the standard school policy.

Donors and their immediate families (spouse, child, stepchild, grandchild, step-grandchild, sister or brother) are not eligible for assistance from the scholarship or grant for which they are the primary donor or for whom the fund is named.

The fund is set as a Permanently Restricted Endowed fund with additional money set aside as Temporarily Restricted to be awarded in the first two years until the fund has earned enough available interest to be spent. If, at any time, the College Foundation policies and procedures in effect for the administration of award and scholarship funds are changed, these provisions will be automatically modified to conform.

Whenever it appears that changing conditions make this plan no longer applicable, practical, or suited to the general purposes stated above, the College Foundation will confer with the donor or their representative to secure a modification of the plan. If the Foundation is unable to locate the donor or their representative after reasonable efforts, then the Foundation is authorized to utilize the fund for any other suitable educational purpose, so that the fund will provide the maximum service to the community through the advancement of higher education.

Helen Jeanneret Augspurger Scholarship*
Background:

The Helen Jeanneret Augspurger Scholarship is awarded to a top student in the Sturgis High School graduating class who plans to attend Glen Oaks Community College. Selection is made by the Sturgis High School counselors and is based on grade point average, class rank, and ACT scores.

This scholarship was initiated by Helen Jeanneret Augspurger in 1993.

Eligibility:

  • Must be a top student in the Sturgis High School graduating class who attends Glen Oaks Community College
  • Students must be enrolled for at least 12 credit hours or more
  • Financial need may be a consideration if there is more than one qualified applicant

Preference:

  • As above

Selection Criteria:

  • Based on grade point average, class rank, and ACT scores
  • Academic ability, financial circumstances and career goals will be taken into consideration in selecting the recipients.

Maintenance Criteria:

  • The recipient will be expected to maintain a 3.0 GPA while receiving the award.

Selection Process:

  • Selection is made by the Sturgis High School counselors who will certify in writing their selection
  • Final approval will be made by the Director of Financial Aid and the Foundation Scholarship Committee.

Use:

  • The scholarship may be used for educational related expenses.

Amount and Number of Awards:

  • Number and size determined by availability of funds and number of qualified applicants.

Prior Recipients:

  • Must reapply

Disbursements:

The Office of Financial Aid will disburse the scholarship according to the standard school policy.

If, at any time, the College Foundation policies and procedures in effect for the administration of award and scholarship funds are changed, these provisions are automatically modified to conform.

Whenever it appears that changing conditions make this plan no longer applicable, practical, or suited to the general purposes stated above, the College Foundation would confer with the donor or their representative to secure a modification of the plan. If the Foundation is unable to locate the donor or their representative after reasonable efforts, then the Foundation is authorized to utilize the fund for any other suitable educational purpose, so that the fund will provide the maximum service to the community through the advancement of higher education.

Indiana Michigan Power Scholars Endowment*
Background:

The Indiana Michigan Power Scholars Endowment was established on April 28, 2003 with the support and assistance of Barry Visel, Community Affairs Manager. Through this scholarship Indiana Michigan Power seeks to assist nontraditional students and underemployed persons gain the business, technical and academic skills necessary to become employed in a high-skill, high-wage and high-demand job in the greater southwestern Michigan area. As I&M Scholars, recipients are role models for other persons who seek to improve their lives by gaining the skills necessary to secure the careers of their choice.

This scholarship was initiated on July 11, 2002 with an initial gift of $500.00. On April 28, 2003, Indiana Michigan Power contributed $10,000 matched by $5,000 from the Glen Oaks Community College Foundation general fund, to establish a fully endowed $15,000 scholarship.

Eligibility:

  • Students must be enrolled for at least 6 credit hours or more
  • Be employed full or part time, at the time of application or have a history of entry-level employment
  • Financial need may be a consideration if there is more than one qualified applicant
  • Student must be enrolled in a degree or certificate program in a technical field of study, i.e.: Associates of Applied Science in Technology, Automotive Technician Certificate, Drafting and Design Certificate, Electronics Certificate, Machine Tool Technology Certificate

Preference:

  • Be a resident of the Glen Oaks Community College District
  • Non-traditional student (not required)

Selection Criteria:

  • Academic ability, financial circumstances and career goals will be taken into consideration in selecting the recipients.

Maintenance Criteria:

  • The recipient will be expected to maintain a 2.5 semester grade while receiving the award.

Selection Process:

  • Students will be selected by the Director of Financial Aid and the Scholarship Committee.

Use:

  • The scholarship may be applied to tuition, books, and fees.

Amount and Number of Awards:

  • Number and size determined by availability of funds and number of qualified applicants.

Prior Recipients:

  • Must reapply

Disbursements:

The Office of Financial Aid will disburse the scholarship according to the standard school policy.

If, at any time, the College Foundation policies and procedures in effect for the administration of award and scholarship funds are changed, these provisions are automatically modified to conform.

Whenever it appears that changing conditions make this plan no longer applicable, practical, or suited to the general purposes stated above, the College Foundation would confer with the donor or their representative to secure a modification of the plan. If the Foundation is unable to locate the donor or their representative after reasonable efforts, then the Foundation is authorized to utilize the fund for any other suitable educational purpose, so that the fund will provide the maximum service to the community through the advancement of higher education.

Kenneth “Ken” R. Nelson Scholarship*
You can apply for all Foundation Nursing scholarships by submitting a single Foundation Nursing Scholarship Application via Etrieve.
Background:

Ken is creating this fund to assist qualified students who have the desire and motivation to pursue a degree in education (at any level). Ken’s relationship with Glen Oaks has been strong, starting back in 1995 when he joined the Fitness Center. He has participated in many ways throughout the campus, getting involved with student activities and various sport programs. He enjoys interacting with the students, and takes pleasure in seeing them motivated by their own individual accomplishments.

This has motivated Ken to set up this scholarship, to feel a part of the development and achievements of a struggling student working to reach their goal of earning a college degree. Ken feels strongly there are benefits to acquiring a post-secondary education and the struggles of individual students of this community deserve assistance reaching their highest potential. He believes strongly that Glen Oaks Community College provides a service to the St. Joseph County area that can be unmatched by other service organizations.

Ken has been a long time resident of St. Joseph County, worked 38 years in the County Court system as a court reporter. He is a member of the Michigan Court Reporters Association, a member of the Presbyterian Church of Sturgis; and a past member of the Southwest Michigan Officials Association, where he refereed Michigan High School and Junior College basketball for ten years. Ken believes strongly in community service and feels it is the foundation to an individual’s character development. He enjoys running and racing, reading, singing, acting, gardening and playing his guitar. His favorite quote, by Steve Prefontaine: “To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift”.

Eligibility:

For a General Studies Applicant

  • Students must pursue an Associate of Arts, Science or General Studies Degree
  • Students must have a minimum cumulative G.P.A. of 2.5
  • Students completing high school must have a recommendation letter from their high school principal
  • Students must be enrolled full-time in at least 12 college credit hours

For a Nursing Applicant

  • Accepted and enrolled into either Level I or Level II of the nursing program
  • Students must have a minimum cumulative G.P.A. of 3.0
  • First year students will be eligible directly out of high school, if dual enrolled and they meet the nursing program prerequisites.

Preference:

  • None

Selection Criteria:

  • Has been involved in community service activities
  • Academic ability, and career goals will be a strong component when selecting the recipients
  • Financial circumstances will be taken into consideration

Maintenance Criteria:

  • The recipient will be expected to maintain a semester GPA of at least 2.5 (general studies) while receiving this scholarship
  • The recipient will be expected to maintain a semester GPA of at least 3.0 (nursing program) while receiving this scholarship

Selection Process:

  • Students will be selected by the scholarship committee, based upon the listed criteria above

Use:

  • The scholarship must only be applied to tuition and fees

Amount and Number of Awards:

  • There shall be no limit on the number or amount of said scholarships, provided the principal is not utilized.

Prior Recipients:

  • Must reapply

Disbursements:

The Office of Financial Aid will disburse the scholarship according to the standard school policy.

If, at any time, the College Foundation policies and procedures in effect for the administration of award and scholarship funds are changed, these provisions are automatically modified to conform.

Whenever it appears that changing conditions make this plan no longer applicable, practical, or suited to the general purposes stated above, the College Foundation would confer with the donor or their representative to secure a modification of the plan. If the Foundation is unable to locate the donor or their representative after reasonable efforts, then the Foundation is authorized to utilize the fund for any other suitable educational purpose, so that the fund will provide the maximum service to the community through the advancement of higher education.

Dr. Philip G. & Isabel P. Ward / MacMillan Scholarship*
You can apply for all Foundation Nursing scholarships by submitting a single Foundation Nursing Scholarship Application via Etrieve.
Background:

The DR. PHILIP G. & ISABEL P. WARD / MACMILLAN Scholarship was established by Isabel P. and Dr. Philip G. Ward in memory of Isabel’s parents Angus and Mary MacMillan. Isabel Ward noted that while this scholarship was initially a Nursing Scholarship (due the exceptional care her parents received in their later years), she & Dr. Ward have decided to expand the scholarship to include Education majors. Dr. Ward retired as President of Glen Oaks Community College in 1998 after a long and illustrious career in education. Isabel last taught at Holy Angels in Sturgis.

The Dr. Philip G. & Isabel P. Ward/ MacMillan Scholarship is to be awarded annually to a nursing student entering either Level I or Level II of the Nursing Program at Glen Oaks Community College and/or to a student pursuing an education degree.

Eligibility:

For a Nursing Applicant:

  • Acceptance into either Level I or Level II of the nursing Program
  • Students must be enrolled full-time (12 credit hours or more)
  • Financial need may be a consideration if there is more than one qualified applicant

For an Education Applicant:

  • Students must intend to major in education
  • Students must be enrolled full-time (12 credit hours or more)
  • Students must pursue an Associate Arts/Science/General Study Degree
  • Have and maintain a 3.00 G.P.A.

Preference: none

Selection Criteria:

  • Academic ability, financial circumstances and career goals will be taken in consideration in selecting the recipients.

Maintenance Criteria:

  • The recipient will be expected to maintain a 3.00 G.P.A. while receiving the award.
  • The student must be enrolled as a full-time student each semester while receiving the award.

Use:

  • The scholarship may be applied to tuition, books, and fees.

Selection Process:

For a Nursing Applicant:

  • Students will be selected by the Director of Financial Aid and the Assistant Dean of the Nursing Programs & Allied Health

For an Education Applicant:

  • Students will be selected by the Foundation Scholarship Committee

Amount and Number of Awards:

  • The Foundation Scholarship Committee will make the final decision based on the availability of funds.

Prior Recipients:

  • Must reapply

Disbursements:

The Office of Financial Aid will disburse the scholarship according to the standard school policy.

If, at any time, the College Foundation policies and procedures in effect for the administration of award and scholarship funds are changed, these provisions are automatically modified to conform.

Whenever it appears that changing conditions make this plan no longer applicable, practical, or suited to the general purposes stated above, the College Foundation would confer with the donor or their representative to secure a modification of the plan. If the Foundation is unable to locate the donor or their representative after reasonable efforts, then the Foundation is authorized to utilize the fund for any other suitable educational purpose, so that the fund will provide the maximum service to the community through the advancement of higher education.

This rewritten scholarship was formerly the Angus & Mary MacMillan Memorial Scholarship.

Jessie A. Ray Memorial Scholarship*
Background:

Jessie Alice Ray created this Fund by donating property on Hoffman Road in Three Rivers to be sold to establish the Jessie Alice Ray Memorial Scholarship. A Charitable Remainder Trust eventually will add to this scholarship.

Jessie Alice Ray had been a long-time resident of Three Rivers and a teacher at Centreville Elementary School. After her retirement from teaching, she began working in the Academic Opportunity Center at Glen Oaks Community College in December 1984. She had been a staff member until shortly before her death in July of 1997.

Two things that Mrs. Ray loved most were students and teaching, and she was determined to encourage both of these by leaving a generous amount of money to Glen Oaks Community College Foundation to create a scholarship fund for students planning a career in education.

Eligibility:

  • Students must intend to major in education (any level-elementary secondary, etc.).
  • Students must be enrolled full-time (12 credit hours or more).
  • Students must pursue an Associate Arts/Science/General Study degree.
  • Students must intend to go into the teaching field.
  • New students must have a minimum of a 3.0 G.P.A. in high school.
  • Students must be able to complete the written portion of the Accuplacer Assessment at level 6 or greater.
  • Returning GOCC students must have a 3.25 G.P.A.
  • Must be a St. Joseph County resident.

Preference:

  • Students just out of high school who provide a recommendation letter from their high school principal.
  • Those with experience as classroom aid or tutor.

Selection Criteria:

  • Academic ability, financial circumstances and career goals will be taken into consideration when selecting the recipients.
  • One applicant is a non-traditional student.

Maintenance Criteria:

  • The recipients of the Jessie Alice Ray Memorial Scholarship will be expected to maintain a semester GPA of at least 3.25 while receiving the scholarship.

Selection Process:

  • Students will be selected by the scholarship committee based upon the above criteria.

Use:

  • The scholarship may be applied to all education related expenses.

Amount and Number of Awards:

  • If possible, a minimum of two students will be awarded $1,000 per semester provided the principal is not utilized. The scholarship committee will make final determination of the number and amount awarded.
  • If possible, a minimum of one student will be awarded $2,000 for junior year at transfer school and must be a GOCC graduate. J.A.R.M. winner may apply for a second award for $2,000 with a G.P.A. of 3.25.

Prior Recipients:

  • Prior recipients may reapply, if eligible.

Disbursements:

The Office of Financial Aid will disburse the scholarship according to the standard school policy.

If, at any time, the College Foundation policies and procedures in effect for the administration of award and scholarship funds are changed, these provisions are automatically modified to conform.

Whenever it appears that changing conditions make this plan no longer applicable, practical, or suited to the general purposes stated above, the College Foundation would confer with the donor or their representative to secure a modification of the plan. If the Foundation is unable to locate the donor or their representative after reasonable efforts, then the Foundation is authorized to utilize the fund for any other suitable educational purpose, so that the fund will provide the maximum service to the community through the advancement of higher education.

Bernice L. Strang Memorial Fund*
You can apply for all Foundation Nursing scholarships by submitting a single Foundation Nursing Scholarship Application via Etrieve.
Background:

Bernice L. Strang created this Fund by donating property on Lake Templene to be sold to establish the BERNICE L. STRANG MEMORIAL FUND FOR HAROLD G. GRADWELL, LEE W. TROUTFETTER AND DEFORREST STRANG.

This Scholarship Fund will be available to students in the Human Services area of study. Examples of these areas include but are not limited to: Education, EMT, EMS, Early Childhood Development, Insurance Biller, Medical Office Assistant, and Social Work. Students in future planned programs shall be eligible provided the program is considered Human Services.

Eligibility:

  • Students enrolled in a Human Services program of study
  • Students must be enrolled full-time (12 credit hours or more)

Preference: GOCC Service Area

Selection Criteria:

  • Academic ability, financial circumstances and career goals will be taken in consideration in selecting the recipients.

Maintenance Criteria:

  • The recipients of the BERNICE L. STRANG MEMORIAL FUND FOR HAROLD G. GRADWELL, LEE W. TROUTFETTER AND DEFORREST STRANG scholarship will be expected to maintain a semester GPA of at least 2.5 while receiving the scholarship.

Selection Process:

  • Students will be selected by the scholarship committee based upon the above criteria.

Use:

  • The scholarship may be applied to all education related expenses.

Amount and Number of Awards:

  • There shall be no limit on the number or amount of said scholarships provided the principal is not utilized.

Prior Recipients:

  • Must reapply

Disbursements:

The Office of Financial Aid will disburse the scholarship according to the standard school policy.

If, at any time, the College Foundation policies and procedures in effect for the administration of award and scholarship funds are changed, these provisions are automatically modified to conform.

Whenever it appears that changing conditions make this plan no longer applicable, practical, or suited to the general purposes stated above, the College Foundation would confer with the donor or their representative to secure a modification of the plan. If the Foundation is unable to locate the donor or their representative after reasonable efforts, then the Foundation is authorized to utilize the fund for any other suitable educational purpose, so that the fund will provide the maximum service to the community through the advancement of higher education.

Southern Michigan Bank & Trust Business Scholarship*
Background:

Southern Michigan Bank & Trust —- Effective December 1, 2007, FNB Financial Corporation, the parent company of The First National Bank of Three Rivers, one of the oldest banks in Three Rivers, merged with and into Southern Michigan Bancorp (SMB) to form a two-bank holding company with Southern Michigan Bank & Trust. Effective April 27, 2009 FNB Financial consolidated with Southern Michigan Bank & Trust and SMB became a one bank holding company.

The relationship with Glen Oaks has a long positive history dating back to 1981 and likely earlier. Over the years numerous top executives and Board Members have played major roles in the management, growth, and development of Glen Oaks Community College and the Glen Oaks Community College Foundation.

The purpose of this Fund is to provide scholarship support to qualified individuals in the Business Programs at Glen Oaks Community College. The scholarship is to be awarded to talented students committed to Business who plan to complete a two-year degree, or a certificate program at Glen Oaks Community College.

Eligibility:

  • Student pursuing a business or financial career
  • Business or finance major
  • Students must be enrolled full-time (12 credit hours or more)

Preference:

  • Students residing in St. Joseph, Branch, Calhoun, Cass and Hillsdale Counties.

Selection Criteria:

  • Academic ability, financial circumstances and career goals will be given consideration in the selection of recipients.

Maintenance Criteria:

  • The recipients of the Southern Michigan Bank & Trust Business Scholarship will be expected to maintain a semester GPA of at least 2.5 while receiving the scholarship.

Selection Process:

  • Students will be selected by the Foundation Scholarship Committee based upon the above criteria.

Use:

  • The scholarship may be applied to all education related expenses.

Amount and Number of Awards:

  • There shall be no limit on the number or amount of said scholarships provided the principal is not utilized.

Prior Recipients:

  • Must reapply

Disbursements:

The Office of Financial Aid will disburse the scholarship according to the standard school policy.

If, at any time, the College Foundation policies and procedures in effect for the administration of award and scholarship funds are changed, these provisions are automatically modified to conform.

Whenever it appears that changing conditions make this plan no longer applicable, practical, or suited to the general purposes stated above, the College Foundation would confer with the donor or their representative to secure a modification of the plan. If the Foundation is unable to locate the donor or their representative after reasonable efforts, then the Foundation is authorized to utilize the fund for any other suitable educational purpose, so that the fund will provide the maximum service to the community through the advancement of higher education.