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The NEO A&M Development Foundation provides multiple scholarship opportunities for students.  All scholarships listed are subject to available funds.  Additionally, the amount of award is variable.

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Download the entire criteria booklet for all Foundation Scholarships here (pdf)

Completed applications must be submitted to the Foundation Office by April 1st at midnight.

All grade point average qualifications listed in foundation scholarships are based on a 4.0 system.  To receive a scholarship, the student must be enrolled as a full time student (12 credit hours).

Questions about foundation scholarships should be directed to the Development Office at 918.540.6211 or 918.540.6250.

 

List of Scholarships

*Click on the name of the scholarship to see the requirements.

  • General Foundation Scholarship
    The student must have a 2.5 GPA and be enrolled in 12 hours.
  • Richard Giles Hatfield Future Educators Scholarship
    First priority will be given to first-generation college students, majoring in education and plan to become a teacher. The candidate must maintain a 2.5 GPA and be enrolled in 12 hours. NOTE: If the student maintains this scholarships during their time are NEO they will be given consideration for related scholarships at Oklahoma State University.
  • Billie Pearl Able Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to help a female basketball athlete. The candidate must be a graduate of Wyandotte High School and attend NEO A&M College. Recipient must be enrolled in 12 hours and have a 3.o GPA and demonstrate financial need.
  • Darlene Aldridge Pre-Engineering Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in honor of the wife and mother of longtime NEO math instructors Orland and Jeff Aldridge. First preference will be given to students from Mayes County and second preference to Ottawa County students. The candidate must be a mathematics or pre-engineering major with desire to continue education in chosen field, must maintain a 2.0 GPA and be enrolled in 12 hours.
  • Dr. Charles H. & JoAnn Angle Scholarship
    This scholarship has been established in memory of Dr. Charles H. and JoAnn Angle to honor their service to NEO A&M College and their dedication to education and student success. The candidate must demonstrate a financial need, maintain a 2.5 GPA and be enrolled in 12 hours.
  • Arvest Business Scholarship
    This scholarship was a gift from the Walton Family Foundation. The candidate must be a business major, enrolled in at least 12 hours, and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
  • Henry F. Beechhold Memorial Scholarship in Honor of Jake Whitecrow
    This endowment fund was an estate gift from Dr. Henry F. Beechhold, Professor Emeritus of the College of New Jersey, in honor of Jake L. Whitecrow. Like Whitecrow, Dr. Beechhold was a strong supporter of Native Americans and their academic pursuits. Part of Dr. Beechhold’s legacy to future Native American generations was offering financial assistance to Native American students pursing a college education. Preference of this scholarship will be awarded to a Native American student enrolled in 12 hours, must be a Health Science major (Allied Health), and maintain a 3.0 GPA.
  • M. Annette Black Norseman Success Scholarship
    This scholarship was established by NEO alumnae Annette Black to assist students. Ms. Black has remained an active alumnus serving as a member of the NEO Foundation Board of Trustees, President’s Partner and a mentor to Native American students. First preference for this scholarship will be given to students of single-parent households. The Candidate must have a 2.5 GPA, demonstrate financial need and be enrolled in 12 hours.
  • Tom and Shirley Bomford Business Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in memory of Tom and Shirley Bomford. Mr. Bomford had a successful career in the insurance business and was very active in many business and civic organizations, including several on the NEO campus. Mrs. Bomford was a skilled businesswoman and a strong supporter of education. She served on the NEO A&M College Development Foundation Board of Directors under three college presidents. The candidate must be a business major, enrolled in 12 hours and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
  • Marcus Allen Bunce Memorial Nursing Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to honor the memory of Marcus Allen Bunce and assist students in the NEO Nursing program. Candidate must be a nursing student from the four-state area (Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas or Arkansas). To qualify, the student must maintain a 2.5 GPA and exhibit a true passion for nursing.
  • #3 British Flyers Training School
    Established by American and British veterans of a WWII flying school located in Miami. This scholarship is targeted to a graduate of Miami High School enrolling at NEO A&M College. Please include your knowledge of the history of the British Flyers and Miami, Oklahoma in the overall scholarship essay.
  • Business 2000 Book Scholarship
    Candidate must be majoring in a program in the Business and Technology Department (BADM, BADT, CS, or SPMG) enrolled in 12 hours and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
  • Calcagno Art Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in memory of Dr. Nick Calcagno. Dr. Calcagno was an art instructor at NEO who dedicated his life to the instruction of art and to a personal pursuit of artistic excellence. The candidate must be an Art Major,  be enrolled in 12 hours, have a high school GPA of 3.0 and maintain a 2.8 GPA while enrolled as an Art Major at NEO.
  • Dr. Jerry Carroll Scholarship
    This scholarship has been established in memory of Dr. Carroll, former President of NEO A&M College. The candidate must be enrolled in 12 hours and maintain a 3.0 GPA. Preference will be given to students active in student body government.
  • Don Caskey Memorial Science Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in memory of Don Caskey, former chair of the Math and Science Department at NEO A&M College. The candidate must be a Natural Science major enrolled in 12 hours with a 3.0 GPA.
  • Collard Family Scholarship
    Dan and Melissa Collard both attended NEO in the early 1980’s. They both value the asset that NEO has always been to the area. In turn, they both placed a high degree of value upon education for their children. This scholarship is designed to aid students with their ability to begin their academic careers at NEO in a healthcare, math or science related field of study. The candidate of this scholarship must have demonstrated a combination of strong academic performance and community involvement during high school. A high school GPA of 3.5  and must be enrolled in 12 hours.
  • Larry Davis Memorial Agronomy Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in memory of the life and legacy of Larry Davis. He was at the forefront of agronomy research throughout the four-state area as well as the United States. This scholarship is to commemorate his passion for agronomy and production agriculture. Candidate must be an agronomy option major, enrolled in 12 hours and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
  • Dobson Alliance Scholarship
    This scholarship has been established to benefit students with a business major. The candidate must be enrolled in 12 hours and maintain a 2.5 GPA. This candidate must also be willing to work volunteer hours in the Dobson Museum located in Miami, Okla.
  • Drama and Theatre Endowed Scholarship
    Established by Russell “Jack”Horner. Preferred candidate is a student enrolled in theatre. This scholarship is to enhance the student experience at NEO A&M College. The candidate must be enrolled in 12 hours, maintain a 2.5 GPA and demonstrate financial need.
  • Dan and Tim Drury Memorial Training Scholarship
    The candidate must be from Newcastle or Vinita, Oklahoma and enrolled in the athletic training program, be enrolled in 12 hours and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
  • LeRoy and Pearl Dukes Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to honor the life of LeRoy and Pearl Dukes and offer financial assistance to graduating high school seniors of Native American descent. The scholarship is a two-year award for a Native American pursuing a general studies degree at NEO. First preference will be given to a graduating high school senior of the Quapaw or Seneca Tribes. Second preference will be given to any Oklahoma high school graduating senior of Native American descent; and final preference will be given to any high school graduating senior of Native American descent. All candidates must be enrolled in 12 hours and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
  • Carolyn Elmore/Picher-Cardin Gorillas Scholarship
    This scholarship was established by the City of Picher in memory of Carolyn Elmore to help a student of the Picher School System or a descendant of an individual who attended the Picher School System. This student must be enrolled in 12 hours at NEO, and must maintain a 2.5 GPA. Students who are majoring in a Health Science field are preferred. This student is selected by a committee of former citizens of Picher, Oklahoma, and/or educators from the Picher School System. The applicant must submit an essay with their application detailing their connection to Picher and what the town means to them.
  • Roger Fent Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in memory of former NEO Instructor Roger Fent. First preference will be given to an incoming freshman from the four state area (Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas or Arkansas.)  Second preference is given to all other incoming freshman students. Candidate must not be receiving scholarship funding as a member of an NEO competitive Ag Team. Candidate can be majoring in any ag-related disciple. The candidate must be enrolled in 12 hours and maintain a 3.0 GPA.
  • Freeman Athletic Training Scholarship
    This scholarship was established by Freeman Health to provide financial assistance to NEO students and student-athletes interested in pursuing a career in the athletic training profession. The candidate must be a sophomore student recognized for good citizenship and character; have contributed to overall athletic department goals while enrolled as a freshman; and have a demonstrated financial need and must be enrolled in 12 hours and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
  • Charlein O. and Jim K. Fribley Scholarship
    Longtime residents of Miami and friends of NEO A&M, the Fribleys left an estate gift for student scholarships. Full consideration is to be given to the needs of students of minority races; however all scholarships are to be granted on a non-discriminatory basis, insofar as race, creed, or national origin are concerned.
  • Gaines Memorial Music Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in memory of Steve and Cassie Gaines. The Miami natives were members of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Band and were killed in a plane crash. The candidate of this scholarship must demonstrate a financial need, be enrolled in 12 hours and maintain a 2.5 GPA. This scholarship is based on musical background. Please include your musical background in the overall scholarship essay.
  • Janice Gatewood Scholarship
    Established in memory of Janice Hutchison Gatewood, a teacher in the Miami Public Schools. Candidate must be an Education major and have a composite ACT score of 21, be enrolled in 12 hours and maintain a 3.0 GPA.
  • Robert S. Gee Memorial Scholarship
    Sponsored by Elizabeth Crews. To qualify, the applicant must have an ACT composite of  18, be enrolled in 12 hours and maintain a 3.0 GPA.
  • Susan Graham Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in memory of Susan Graham to assist a student in the NEO Nursing program and must maintain a 2.5 GPA.
  • E.J. Grieshaber Social Science Scholarship
    This scholarship is established in honor of E.J. Grieshaber, a long-time teacher and administrator of NEO A&M. Candidate must maintain a 2.5 GPA, be enrolled in 12 hours and be a sophomore Social Science major.
  • Hale Family Scholarship
    Dr. Jeff Hale became President of NEO A&M College in 2008, making a lasting impact on the campus, community, and most importantly, the lives of NEO students, faculty, and staff. The Hale Family has consistently given of themselves to pave the way for Norsemen of the Future. The Hale Family Endowed Scholarship is based on financial need. The candidate must be an NEO sophomore from Ottawa, Craig, or Delaware County, demonstrate financial need, be enrolled in 12 hours and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
  • Independent Order of Oddfellow of Miami Nursing Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to provide support to the NEO Nursing Program in honor of the resolution of the Independent Order of Oddfellows of Miami. The candidate must be a nursing major, a resident of Oklahoma and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
  • Marge Jurgensmeyer Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship has been established by the management team of J&M Farms as a memorial tribute to Marge Jurgensmeyer. This scholarship is open to J&M Farms (or a directly affiliated company) employee or dependent. The candidate must maintain a 2.5 GPA and be enrolled in 12 hours.
  • Virgil and Marge Jurgensmeyer Agriculture Education Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to assist students pursuing degrees in Agriculture at NEO A&M College. This scholarship is open to J&M Farms (or a directly affiliated company) employee or dependent. The candidate must maintain a 2.5 GPA, be an incoming freshman, be enrolled in 12 hours and be an agriculture major. First preference will be given to students who study food safety or plan to pursue a career in food safety.
  • Kreeger Family Scholarship
    This scholarship was endowed by Renick and Jackie Kreeger and family. The candidate must be a graduating senior from an Oklahoma high school in Craig, Delaware, or Ottawa County, or from a Kansas high school in Cherokee County, must be a business major, maintain a 2.7 GPA and be enrolled in 12 hours.
  • Manhattan Construction Scholarship
    This scholarship was established by the Manhattan Construction Company. To be eligible for this award, a student must be a graduating senior from an Oklahoma, Kansas, or Missouri high school, must demonstrate a financial aid, be enrolled in 12 hours at NEO with a minimum 2.5 GPA, and have construction management as their declared major.
  • Treva McColey Scholarship
    This estate gift was established by Treva McColey to benefit students from Craig County. The candidate must maintain a 2.5 GPA and be enrolled in 12 hours.
  • McFerron Family Nursing Scholarship
    This scholarship honors the years of service given by Julie McFerron to the Nursing Department of NEO A&M. The candidate must be a second year nursing student with a 2.5 GPA and demonstrate financial need. Please include the basis of your financial need in the scholarship essay.
  • Mason McWatters Memorial Scholarship
    This fund was established in memory of and to honor Mason McWatters, former member of the Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma Business Committee. One scholarship to be awarded to a graduating high school senior attending an Ottawa County, Oklahoma, high school. The candidate must graduate with at least a 2.5 GPA and major in environmental science or a related course of study (agriculture). Additionally, one scholarship will be awarded to a current NEO A&M Freshman enrolled in 12 hours and a 2.5 GPA. who is majoring in environmental science or a related course of study. Students who are enrolled tribal members of the Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma will be given first consideration.
  • Amy Mesplay Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in memory of Amy Mesplay to help students from Columbus High School pursue a college education at NEO A&M. The candidate must be a graduating high school senior from Columbus, Kansas and have a minimum 3.0 GPA and be enrolled in 12 hours.
  • Miami & Green Country Concrete Scholarship Fund
    On July 1, 1993, Evans & Associates Enterprises purchased Miami Concrete and Green Country Concrete from Jeff & Betty Parrott. Jeff remained at the company for several years, becoming a trusted and valued friend to the company’s President, Jerry Evans. Mr. Evans passed away in 2002. In honor of his many loyal employees, the parent company established this scholarship in 2003. It is now the company’s desire to revise the scholarship in 2015 so that more funds can be distributed to deserving NEO students. Remaining a strong part of the Miami and Grove communities, the revision of this scholarship fund will provide more assistance to students as they pursue their education goals at NEO A&M College. The candidate must be an incoming freshman or a continuing student at NEO. There are no restrictions as to major of study. Preference will be given to the candidate who demonstrates leadership characteristics. The candidate must reside in Oklahoma and be enrolled in 12 hours with a 2.5 GPA.
  • Milligan Family Scholarship
    This scholarship was established by Former NEO Foundation Board Chair Anna Milligan. Anna, a first generation college student and her husband, Marshall, placed a high value on education in their home and in their careers. The candidate must have a 3.5 GPA, be enrolled in 12 hours and demonstrated leadership and community service involvement.
  • Miami Rotary Club Scholarship
    This scholarship has been established to benefit Miami High School students wishing to continue their education at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College. The candidate must be a Miami High School graduate, have ACT score above 20, finish in top one third of senior class, have shown service to school & community, be enrolled in honors classes, have a 2.5 GPA and be enrolled in 12 hours. Candidate must attend a Rotary meeting upon request after being awarded the scholarship.
  • Terri Miller Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in memory of nursing alumnae Terri Miller and organized by her family. The candidate must be accepted into the nursing program and maintain a 2.5 GPA. Preference is given to students who are single parents.
  • Dr. Carol Ann Morris Memorial Nursing Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in memory of Dr. Carol Ann Morris. Dr. Morris was a nurse educator for many years at NEO A&M College and led the nursing program as the Director for multiple years. Dr. Morris influenced the lives of countless students in the area by helping them realize their dream of becoming a nurse. The candidate must be a student in the nursing program and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
  • NEO Business Office/Personnel Excellence Scholarship
    The candidate must maintain a 2.5 GPA and be enrolled in 12 hours.
  • NEO Equine Scholarship
    This scholarship was established for EQRM Equine option students to help offset the cost of attending college. An incoming freshman must have a 3.2 GPA, be enrolled in 12 hours and be a declared EQRM-Equine Option major, and have demonstrated involvement in the equine industry. Sophomore students are also eligible.
  • NEO Faculty and Staff Centennial Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to provide support for a NEO student who has completed their freshman year and is enrolling as a sophomore. The candidate must have a 2.5 GPA and be enrolled in 12 hours.
  • NEO Retirees Centennial Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to provide support for a NEO student who has completed their freshman year and is enrolling as a sophomore. The candidate must maintain a 2.5 GPA and be enrolled in at least 12 hours.
  • NEO Women and Friends Scholarship
    This scholarship was established by the NEO Women and Friends Association to provide financial support for students who demonstrate a financial need. The candidate must be enrolled in 12 hours and have a GPA. of 3.0. This award may be applied to tuition, fee, room/board, and/or books.
  • NEO Honors Program Elite Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to help an incoming freshman who lives more than 50 miles from campus. The candidate must be a full member of the NEO Honors Program, have a composite ACT score of 24 or higher, a 3.5 or higher GPA and rank in the top 10% of high school graduating class and be enrolled in 12 hours.
  • Nursing Faculty Scholarship
    This scholarship is provided by the NEO Nursing Faculty and is awarded to a second year nursing student. This scholarship award will be made on the basis of academic merit, clinical performance and financial need. Candidate must maintain a 2.5 GPA.
  • William E. (Willie) and Jane Osborn Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to honor Willie & Jane Osborn and commemorate their lifetime of support of education and NEO A&M College. Candidate must be a graduating senior from a high school in Ottawa County or family descendant with a minimum 2.75 GPA. Preference will be given to students with financial need who have exhibit strong leadership qualities at their high school and within their community.
  • Carolyn L. Palmer Nursing Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in memory of Carolyn L. Palmer by her husband and children. The candidate must be a nursing major, ACT score of 18, enrolled in 12 hours and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
  • Earnie and Mary Patterson NEO Baseball/Softball Endowed Scholarship
    This scholarship was established by Mr. Earnie Patterson, in memory of his wife, Mary Patterson. The Patterson’s have a long connection with NEO A&M College and NEO Athletics. Earnie attended NEO and was a member of the NEO Baseball team. Mary was on staff at NEO for more than 25 years, retiring in 2009 from the NEO Business Office. This scholarship will be awarded to one member of the NEO baseball and NEO softball team. Candidate must maintain a 2.5 GPA and be enrolled in 12 hours.
  • Tom and Judy Poole Scholarship
    This scholarship was created to honor Tom Poole, a long time Vice President of Fiscal Affairs at NEO. The candidate must in enrolled in 12 hours and maintain a 3.0 GPA.
  • Lance Porterfield Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in memory of NEO student and Rodeo Team Member Lance Porterfield. One current NEO student will receive the scholarship for their sophomore year and one high school senior will receive a two-year award with first preference given to a Rodeo student with financial need and second preference is given to other Ag Students. The candidate must maintain a 2.5 GPA and be enrolled in 12 hours.
  • Benjamin Quapaw Scholarship
    This is a trust created by Jean Ann Blue, Miami, Oklahoma, for scholarships for freshman or sophomore students. First preference is given to relatives of Benjamin Quapaw. Second preference is given to member of the Quapaw Nation. Third preference is given to Native American students of a federally recognized tribe.
  • Catherine Randall Nursing Scholarship
    This scholarship has been established by Bob Randall in honor of his mother, Catherine E. Randall. Awarded to a first year, nursing student. The candidate must maintain a GPA of 3.0 in required nursing courses.
  • River Bottom Sportsmen for Disabled Veterans
    This scholarship was established to support the River Bottom annual hunt for disabled veterans which is help in Miami. This scholarship can be applied to tuition, fees, books, and room and board. First preference is given to active and retired military personnel; second preference is given to dependents (spouse/children) of active and retired military personnel; and final preference is given to extended family members of active and retired military personnel. The recipient must maintain a 2.0 GPA and be enrolled in at least 6 hours. Special consideration will be given to students enrolled in an online course that is less than 6 hours.
  • Red Robertson Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship is in memory of Red Robertson, former head football coach of the Golden Norsemen. This award will be given to a student-athlete who is enrolled in 12 hours, demonstrates leadership traits, and maintains a 2.5 GPA.
  • Sandy Sherard Memorial Scholarship
    A scholarship in memory of Sandy Sherard, a former NEO student. This scholarship is awarded to a student pursuing a degree in the Natural Sciences. The student must maintain a 2.5 GPA and be enrolled in 12 hours.
  • Simpson Co-ed Athletic Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in memory of Eddie and Ada Mae Simpson. The candidate must be an incoming freshman, 2.5 GPA. and a local area student. The scholarship can be used for tuition or books.
  • Spinning Arrow Boys and Girls Scholarship
    The candidate must be a graduating senior at Kansas High School, Kansas, Oklahoma. Must maintain a 2.5 GPA and be enrolled in 12 hours.
  • Dr. Robert Swanson Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in memory of Dr. Robert Swanson the band director and faculty member at NEO for several years. The candidate must be a member of the NEO Band Program, enrolled in 12 hours and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
  • JoAn Taylor Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in memory of JoAn Taylor, a 1936 graduate of Miami High School and 1938 graduate of NEO.  The candidate must be a female from Oklahoma with a 3.0 GPA, enrolled in 12 hours and majoring in business.
  • Homa and Lois Thomas
    This scholarship will be awarded to a student-athlete who is enrolled in 12 hours and maintains a 2.5 GPA. Preference will be given to a member of the Golden Norse baseball team.
  • Kent and Kayleen Thomas
    Qualifying candidate must be enrolled in 12 hours and plans to pursue a bachelor degree in engineering, science, or teaching. Candidates must have a 3.0 GPA in high school and a maintain 3.0 GPA at NEO.
  • B.J. Tunnell Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship is in memory of Brian J. Tunnell, a Miami Police Officer killed in the line of duty. The candidate must be the son or daughter of a current law enforcement officer, Criminal Justice major with intent to become a law enforcement officer, a resident of Ottawa, Delaware, or Craig County, demonstrate a financial need, maintain a 2.0 GPA and be enrolled in 12 hours.
  • Samuel Harris Wells, Jr., Soccer Scholarship
    This scholarship was established to honor the life of Sam Wells, former Geology and Physical Science Teacher at NEO A&M College. The candidate must be a member of the Men’s or Women’s Soccer Team, demonstrate a financial need, be enrolled in 12 hours and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
  • The Jake L. Whitecrow Scholarship
    This fund was established to perpetuate the memory of Jake L. Whitecrow, Jr., a relentless advocate for American Indians and known nationally for his efforts on behalf of Native Americans. Preference is given to a Native American student, must be a Health Science (Allied Health) major, maintain a 2.5 GPA.
  • Charles Banks Wilson Art Scholarship
    Established by the Miami High School Class of 1936 in honor of classmate, Charles Banks Wilson, a renowned artist from Miami. Candidates must be Art majors, have a 2.5 GPA and be enrolled in 12 hours.
  • Roy Wilson Scholarship for Agriculture
    Established to encourage students involved in the agriculture field. Preferred candidate will be a graduate of Wyandotte Schools, enrolled in 12 hours, be an agriculture major and have a 2.5 GPA.
  • Ed Woodington Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship was established in memory of Ed Woodington, a member of the Ottawa Indian Tribe, and chairman of the Clear Creek Pow-Wow for 39 years. The candidate must be a second year student at NEO, be enrolled in 12 hours, maintain a 2.5 GPA and be an enrolled member of an Indian Tribe.
  • Bobbie Woods Nursing Scholarship
    Established to honor Bobbie Woods as an outstanding member of the NEO nursing faculty. The candidate must be enrolled in the Nursing Program at NEO and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
  • Sam Wynn Memorial Scholarship in Construction Management
    This scholarship was established to honor the life of Sam Wynn and offer financial assistance to students in pursuit of a college education at NEO A&M. First preference to family members of Sam Wynn; Second preference to construction managemnet majors with a 2.5 GPA.; and third preference to any deserving student with a minimum of a 3.0 GPA. All students must be enrolled in 12 hours and demonstrate a financial need.
  • Michael J. Youngwirth Scholarship
    The candidate must be enrolled in 12 hours, maintain a 3.0 GPA, demonstrated leadership skills in high school and been involved with extra-curricular activities. First preference will be given to a student-athlete.
 
 
 
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