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William S. Belvin Scholarship Endowment
This endowment fund provides an annual scholarship for tuition and fees to one undergraduate student enrolled in a full time degree granting program, who has demonstrated the capacity to succeed at Plymouth State University, has maintained a GPA of 3.2 over at least three semesters, and has a need for financial assistance that is incremental to their own contributions toward the cost of their University education. Preference may be given to students who are the first in their family to seek a baccalaureate degree. Interested students can apply through the Development Office in Russell House.
Harold E. Hyde Endowed Scholarship
The purpose of this endowed fund is to provide a scholarship to a student who demonstrates a strong record of academic achievement. Criteria includes an exemplary record of leadership and service, and a commitment to activities whose purpose is to further the cause of international understanding. The endowment also has an interest in students majoring in education administration, though this is not a requirement for eligibility. Interested students can apply through the Development Office in Russell House.
Imagine A Way Scholarship Endowment
The purpose of the Imagine A Way Scholarship Endowment is to support scholarships for students who have financial need or who may be among the first generation in their family to attend college. Interested students can apply through the Development Office in Russell House.
Ann L. Wharton Scholarship Fund
The Ann L. Wharton Scholarship should be awarded, preferably at Spring Convocation, to a student who is completing his or her junior year and will be returning to PSU for his/her senior year of study. The scholarship should be used to offset tuition costs incurred during the senior year. A full year of study remaining is preferred in order to be considered for this award. The award should support a student who has demonstrated superior academic performance after overcoming a substantive obstacle or personal challenge. Such obstacles or challenges include, but are not limited to initial academic disappointment or failure; a physical challenge; or financial or economic obstacles. In each case, recipients should have demonstrated in their lives and college careers those qualities exemplified by Ann L. Wharton: courage, hard work, persistence, and generosity to others. In February departments are notified of the scholarship and are requested to make nominations. Interviews are conducted by the committee and the selection for the award is finalized in April. Interested students can apply through the Development Office in Russell House.