PSU Scholarships

Annual and Endowed Scholarships

Annual and endowed scholarships are made possible through the generous support of PSU alumni and friends who have chosen to honor a family member, classmate, mentor, friend, or faculty member by helping deserving students pay for their college education.

Please follow the link to PSU’s Academic Works for more information on scholarships available and their criteria, requirements, and deadlines. If additional information is needed, please contact the specific department offering the scholarship for more information. Scholarships that do not require an application are awarded by the Financial Aid Office based on the scholarship criteria and greatest need. For questions regarding scholarships with general criteria, contact the Financial Aid office.

Scholarship Thank You Letters
Scholarship donors are generous and caring people who unselfishly give to support the educational endeavors of students like you. They ask for nothing in return. Receiving a well-written thank you letter from the student who received their scholarship is always special and lets the donor know how much you appreciate their support. Your letter reminds them why they gave in the first place and often helps secure continuing gifts for future students.

Morgridge Family Opportunity Scholarship

The purpose of the Morgridge Family Opportunity Scholarship Endowment is to provide renewable scholarships for incoming freshman who are academically promising and who are Pell-eligible to reduce the amount borrowed for educational purposes. Preference will be given to students from Belknap, Coos, Grafton, Strafford, Sullivan and Carroll counties of New Hampshire and those who are first generation in their families to attend university. Students will be chosen by the MFOS scholarship committee. Online application.

Talent Grants

Incoming Music, Theater and Musical Theater majors may be considered for renewable Talent Grants of up to $3,000. Please contact the Music, Theatre, and Dance Department for details.

Undergraduate Fellowships

Eighteen (18) Undergraduate Fellowship awards of $1,500 per semester are available to upper-class students who have a grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.5. Being selected as an Undergraduate Fellow for a PSU department offers a great opportunity for a unique professional experience. These appointments allow students to take responsibility for activities at a professional-level. Students interested in applying for Undergraduate Fellowships should contact the participating departments.

Departments offering Undergraduate Fellowships

Title Department Contact
Admission Fellow (2) Admissions Matthew Wallace
Alumni Assistant Alumni Relations Rodney Ekstrom
Gallery Assistant Art Department Cynthia Robinson
Physiology Fellow Biology Department Amy Ueland
Career Development Student Success Office Katie Gaebel
Computer Science Fellow Computer Science Linda O’Donnell
Early Childhood Studies Early Childhood Studies Mary Cornish, Karen Sanders
Peer Counselor Financial Aid Christine Hoch
Language Lab Coordinator Language & Linguistics
Health Education Health Promotion Mardie Burckes-Miller
International Student Fellow International Student Services Barbara Lopez-Mayhew
Calculus Elementary Functions Mathematics Annie Hager, Dawn Boynton
Band Fellow Music, Theatre, & Dance
Choral Fellow Music, Theatre, & Dance Dan Perkins
Study Skills PASS Office Patti May
Intramural/ Recreation Programs Recreation Programs Drew Guay
Sports Information Sports Information Kent Cherrington
Writing Center Writing Center Jane Weber
PAW Program Fellow PAW Program Brian Dye
Photography Communications and Marketing Kara Russell
Social Media Communications and Marketing Kara Russell

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