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UVA-Wise

Lambert - The Clinton & Lucille Lambert

UVA-Wise

Lambert - The W. C. and Wilma R. Stallard Lambert

UVA-Wise

Lane - The Karen Denice Lane Nursing Challenge Award

UVA-Wise

Lederer - The Leon & Helen Lederer Memorial Award

ETSU

Lester - Edsel H. Lester Endowment

LMU

Lincoln Memorial University Scholarship Lists

UVA-Wise

Long - The Senator and Judge M. M. Long

UVA-Wise

Manhal - The Gertrude Manhal

Marine Corp

Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation

UVA-Wise

Markusich - The Heather Markusich Memorial

Mary Baldwin

Mary Baldwin College Scholarships and Financial Aid

MECC

Mary Marshall Nursing

Any College

Meador - Lacy and Mattie Meador

UVA-Wise

Meador - The Virginia Irene Meador

UVA-Wise

Miles - The Waldo G. Miles Memorial

ETSU

Military Order of the Purple Heart Endowment

UVA-Wise

Miners' Family

ETSU

Minifibers, Inc.

UVA-Wise

Mitchell - The Dr. Joe Mitchell Endowed

ETSU

Montgomery - Charles and Martha Montgomery

UVA-Wise

Morrissette - The Jeffrey Wayne Morrissette

10 Colleges

National Co-op

Any College

National Multiple Sclerosis Society

ETSU

Nebraska Book

UVA-Wise

Norton Kiwanis Club

UVA-Wise

Norton Lions Club

UVA-Wise

Norton Pepsi Cola/George Hunnicutt Family

UVA-Wise

Nursing - The Outstanding Graduate in Nursing Award

UVA-Wise

O'Donnell - The Tommie O'Donnell

Any College

Oh, the Places You’ll Go! College

ODU

Old Dominion University Scholarships

UVA-Wise

Pangle - The Charles F. Pangle Memorial

UVA-Wise

Partin - The Michelle Partin

UVA-Wise

Passan - The Lila Malone Passan

Emory & Henry

Patrick Henry

UVA-Wise

Peake - The Frances Currie Peake Scholarship in English

King College

Performing Arts Scholarship at King College

ETSU

Phi Delta Kappa

UVA-Wise

Phi Theta Transfer

UVA-Wise

Phipps - The Columbus and Margaret Skeen Phipps Memorial

UVA-Wise

Phipps - The D. C. Phipps Memorial

UVA-Wise

Pippin - The Hallie and Wanda Pippin

UVA-Wise

Portuondo - The Augusto Portuondo Award in Spanish

UVA-Wise

Powers - The Avery Don Powers Memorial

UVA-Wise

Propper - The Dr. Norman S. and Josephine C. Propper

ETSU

Public Performance

UVA-Wise

Qualls Lifelong Learning

Radford

Radford University Scholarships

UVA-Wise

Rakes - The C. Gary Rakes

UVA-Wise

Rakes - The Candace B. Rakes

UVA-Wise

Recorder Ensemble Class

Any College

Restoring Lives Community Development Center Annual

UVA-Wise

Rigg Family

UVA-Wise

Rudnik - The Dmitry Rudnik Foreign Student

UVA-Wise

Sapra - The Mr. & Mrs. P. C. Sapra

UVA-Wise

Sara Lee Corporation

UVA-Wise

Schindler - The Oskar Schindler Humanities Foundation

UVA-Wise

Scolnick - The Joseph Scolnick Pre-Law Award

College

Scholarship

Description of the Scholarship

UVA-Wise

Lambert - The Clinton & Lucille Lambert Scholarship Fund

The Clinton & Lucille Lambert Scholarship Fund was established through the bequest of Clinton Lambert. Scholarships shall be awarded by the Scholarship Committee to students who demonstrate academic merit and who meet the College's General Scholarship eligibility criteria. Preference is given to students from Wise and Dickenson counties.

UVA-Wise

Lambert - The W. C. and Wilma R. Stallard Lambert Endowed Scholarship Fund

The W. C. and Wilma R. Stallard Lambert Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in 1997 by W. C. and Wilma Lambert to provide scholarship assistance to worthy and promising students. Financial need is not a prerequisite to receiving a scholarship; however, need may be a factor to be considered.

UVA-Wise

Lane - The Karen Denice Lane Nursing Challenge Award

The Karen Denice Lane Nursing Challenge Award was established in 1999 by family and friends in memory and honor of Karen Denice Lane. The scholarship award will be made to a graduating senior planning to attend graduate school who, faced with the challenges of being a non-traditional student, achieved a high level of academic performance while promoting and supporting his/her classmates and emulating excellence in nursing practice, and is committed to community service and life-long learning. The award is based on merit and need, preference is given to a student with children. Fellow students or faculty may nominate students for the award. The nursing faculty will make the final selection.

UVA-Wise

Lederer - The Leon & Helen Lederer Memorial Award

The Leon & Helen Lederer Memorial Award in Applied Psychology was established in 1995 by Joe Scolnick, Jr., Professor of Political Science at UVA-Wise. The award is designed to assist psychology majors pursing graduate school in an area of applied psychology. Applicants must be members of Psi Chi, and have made considerable contributions to research through participation in a regional or national psychological conference. Students must have a 3.5 overall GPA, 3.8 GPA in psychology courses, and must exhibit commitment to community service through clinical/counseling/assessment in psychology or psychiatry.

ETSU

Lester - Edsel H. Lester Endowment

Edsel H. Lester Endowment Awarded to full-time Business majors from Buchanan, Dickenson, Lee, Russell, Scott, Washington, or Wise counties in Virginia. An overall GPA of 2.5 is required. Applications are available in the Office of Undergraduate Studies, 213 Sam Wilson Hall. ETSU Scholarship Office

LMU

Lincoln Memorial University Scholarship List

Lincoln Memory University offers several scholarships. The Scholarship list and information can be found at the following: Scholarship List

UVA-Wise

Long - The Senator and Judge M. M. Long Scholarship Fund

The Senator and Judge M. M. Long Scholarship Fund was endowed by the late Senator to provide financial support for deserving students from Southwest Virginia. To be eligible, students must possess at least a 3.0 grade point average. Financial need is not a prerequisite to receiving a scholarship; however, need may be a factor to be considered. Preference will be given to students from Southwest Virginia.

UVA-Wise

Manhal - The Gertrude Manhal Scholarship Fund

The Gertrude Manhal Scholarship Fund for needy and worthy students was endowed in 1988, through a bequest by Ms. Manhal. Preference is given to students of Czechoslovakian origin, but students of all origins are eligible.

Marine Corp

Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation

Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation: One year scholarships ranging from $1000 to $12,500 are awarded annually and are limited to undergraduate studies at accredited educational/technical institutions. Applicants must be the son/daughter of an active duty or reserve US Marine, US Marine who has received Honorable Discharge, Medical Discharge, or was killed while serving in the US Marine Corps, active duty or reserve US Navy Corpsman who is currently attached to a Marine unit, or was attached to a Marine unit, or US Navy Corpsman who was attached to a Marine unit and has received Honorable Discharge, Medical Discharge, or was killed while serving in the US Navy. Students must be graduating from high school, attending college, or a vocational/technical institution for the first time as an incoming freshman. Please see Mrs. Dotson for details.

UVA-Wise

Markusich - The Heather Markusich Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Heather Markusich Memorial Scholarship Fund was endowed in memory and honor of Heather Markusich, a 1991 graduate of UVA-Wise. The scholarship is given to a student who is a history major and will be a senior during the scholarship period. Awards will be based upon merit as evidenced by at least a 3.2 grade point average in the major.

Mary Baldwin

Mary Baldwin College

Mary Baldwin Mary Baldwin College Scholarships and Financial Aid List of Scholarships Mary Baldwin Financial Aid Calculator mbc.edu/financialaid

MECC

Mary Marshall Nursing Scholarship

Mary Marshall Nursing Scholarship is an award given to students who not only thrive in the classroom but outside as well through volunteer and community involvement. Recipients of the Mary Marshall Nursing Scholarship are typically committed and hard-working students. Considering these factors, the Mary Marshall Nursing Scholarship application process is competitive and the title prestigious.
Recipients of the Mary Marshall Nursing Scholarship can use the scholarship at either public or private institutions, depending on the actual stipulations. Whether the Mary Marshall Nursing Scholarship is used for purposes of paying tuition or room and board is entirely up to the recipient. Because of this flexibility, the student determines where the funds would be best utilized from the Mary Marshall Nursing Scholarship.
In order to be considered for the Mary Marshall Nursing Scholarship, students must fill out an application. Also, students applying for the Mary Marshall Nursing Scholarship may be required to write an essay, interview, or provide letters of recommendation. By enforcing such a rigorous process, the qualifications of the Mary Marshall Nursing Scholarship recipient are superb.

Any College

Meador - Lacy and Mattie Meador Scholarship

Lacy and Mattie Meador Scholarship: This scholarship is to give "financial assistance to young men and women who are residents of the City of Norton, and secondarily Wise County, and who may desire to further their education above the high school level." The committee will give priority to students from families with modest financial resources. The grants may be for one semester, or for one or more years, as the committee sees fit. See Mrs. Dotson for an application packet. Please submit completed applications directly to school board.

UVA-Wise

Meador - The Virginia Irene Meador Scholarship Fund

The Virginia Irene Meador Scholarship Fund was established in 1996 to provide scholarship assistance on the basis of merit and need to qualified students. The scholarship will give preference to students from the city of Norton and Wise County, Virginia, but may be awarded to other qualified students. Awards may be renewable.

UVA-Wise

Miles - The Waldo G. Miles Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Waldo G. Miles Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 1974 by his family to perpetuate the memory of Waldo G. Miles, an outstanding Southwest Virginia lawyer. Funds from this endowment aid juniors or seniors who are unable to complete their education without financial assistance.

ETSU

Military Order of the Purple Heart Endowment

Military Order of the Purple Heart Endowment To provide funding for an Award of Excellence, Research, or Special Projects in the Child Study Center and to offer special training opportunities to regular and special educators in rural school settings. Apply to the Director, Division of Special Education. ETSU Scholarship Office

UVA-Wise

Miners' Family Scholarship Fund

The Miners' Family Scholarship Fund was endowed by UVA-Wise Alumni Association in 1987. It is for needy and worthy students who are coal miners or a miner's dependent. Priority is given to miners who are unemployed, disabled, or retired. Recipients are chosen by a committee composed of representatives from the Alumni Association and Office of Financial Aid.

ETSU

Minifibers, Inc.

Minifibers, Inc. This university scholarship is awarded to students from Southwest Virginia or Northeast Tennessee with a minimum high school or college GPA of 2.5 and plans and potential for graduating from ETSU. ETSU Scholarship Office

UVA-Wise

Mitchell - The Dr. Joe Mitchell Endowed Scholarship Fund

The Dr. Joe Mitchell Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in 1999 by Preston Mitchell and family in honor of his father Dr. Joe Mitchell. To be eligible for the scholarship, students must be enrolled in one of the following health-related fields of study: pre-medicine, pre- pharmacy, pre-physical therapy, or medical technology. Academic achievement will be the primary factor considered in awarding the scholarships, but need may be a factor in final determination of awards. Scholarships will be awarded to a rising junior or senior and may be renewable based on academic performance. Preference will be given to students from Southwest Virginia.

ETSU

Montgomery - Charles and Martha Montgomery Scholarship

Charles and Martha Montgomery The Charles and Martha Montgomery Scholarship Endowment is awarded to full-time undergraduate or graduate students with a 2.7 minimum GPA. Preference is given to students from Northeast Tennessee, Southwest Virginia, Western North Carolina, and Eastern Kentucky. Financial need is considered. ETSU Scholarship Office

UVA-Wise

Morrissette - The Jeffrey Wayne Morrissette Scholarship Fund

The Jeffrey Wayne Morrissette Scholarship Fund was endowed in 1990 by family and friends in memory of Jeffrey, who was a 1983 graduate of UVA-Wise. Preference will be given to students pursuing a degree in mathematics or computer science. Awards will be based upon merit as evidenced by at least a 3.2 grade point average.

Choose

National Co-op Scholarship

National Co-op Scholarship: Nationally 200 merit based renewable scholarships in the amount $6,000 will be awarded. Seniors that have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better and have been accepted to one of the ten sponsoring colleges (Johnson & Wales University, Northeastern University, Rochester Institute of Technology, University of Toledo, Drexel University, Kettering University, Pace University, University of Cincinnati, Wentworth Institute Technology, and C. W. Post Campus of Long Island University) to earn a degree in a college cooperative education program may apply online at co-op.edu The National Commission encourages women, minorities, as well as those interested in SMET- science, math, engineering, and technology fields to apply.

Any College

National Multiple Sclerosis Society Scholarship Program

National Multiple Sclerosis Society Scholarship Program: This scholarship is available to high school seniors who have MS or who have a parent with MS; or high school graduates of any age who have MS or who have a parent with MS. Awards range from $1,000 to $3,000. To receive an application and information visit multiple sclerosis scholarships

ETSU

Nebraska Book Scholarship

Nebraska Book For full-time or part-time, undergraduate or graduate students. Documented financial need is required. ETSU Scholarship Office

UVA-Wise

Norton Kiwanis Club Scholarship Fund

Norton Kiwanis Club Scholarship Fund offers need-based scholarship assistance to students from Norton and Wise County, respectively.

UVA-Wise

Norton Lions Club Scholarship Fund

Norton Lions Club Scholarship Fund provides funds for students from Norton. The scholarships are automatically renewable as long as the student makes satisfactory progress. Applications are available from the Norton Lions Club.

UVA-Wise

Norton Pepsi Cola/George Hunnicutt Family Scholarship Fund

The Norton Pepsi Cola/George Hunnicutt Family Scholarship Fund was established by the Hunnicutt family of Norton, Virginia to provide scholarship support on the basis of merit to students who are pursuing degrees in business administration, accounting, and economics. Preference will be given to students from Southwest Virginia and Eastern Kentucky.

UVA-Wise

Nursing - The Outstanding Graduate in Nursing Award

The Outstanding Graduate in Nursing Award was established by the Department of Nursing faculty in 1995 in honor of the inaugural class. The award is based on academic performance, College and community service, and commitment to the nursing profession.

UVA-Wise

O'Donnell - The Tommie O'Donnell Scholarship Fund

The Tommie O'Donnell Scholarship Fund was established by family and friends in memory and honor of Tommie Jordan O'Donnell. Preference is given to students from Wise County and the City of Norton, with awards based upon merit and need. Priority is given to students who plan a career in performing arts, with preference given to those who concentrate in dance or drama and/or education.

Any College

Oh, the Places You’ll Go! College Scholarship Program

Oh, the Places You’ll Go! College Scholarship Program: Applicants must be in the 12th grade, age 21 or less. One winner will be selected nationally and win a $5,000 scholarship. See Mrs. Dotson for an application form which must be mailed with an original literary composition submitted in essay or memoir format. Please see the application for additional rules and guidelines. Additional information can also be found at ohtheplaces.org

ODU

Old Dominion University Scholarships

Old Dominion University Scholarships Admissions Scholarships Incoming freshmen, merit-based scholarships distributed by the Office of Admissions, are awarded based on academic performance. Financial need is not required. Students who are admitted Freshman with Distinction are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships. Freshmen applicants must have a 3.4 GPA and a 1200 SAT and/or 26 ACT score to be admitted with distinction. Incoming transfer students, merit-based scholarships awarded by the Office of Admissions are also available for students completing an associate degree and transferring in the fall semester. A student should have a GPA of at least a 3.5 to be competitive. Applicants should meet the early action deadline to have the best consideration for merit-based scholarships. If you have questions, contact Lakeisha Phelps at (757) 683-3645
Honors College Academic Scholarships Incoming Freshmen, The Honors College scholarships are awarded to a select group of entering freshmen who, on the basis of their academic achievement, are chosen to participate in the program. The scholarship may be renewed up to three years (six semesters) provided the students continue to meet program participation standards. Recipients are selected by the Dean of the Honors College. (757) 683-4865.
Honors College Annual and Endowed University Scholarships at Old Dominion University have been established through the generosity of individuals, organizations, and corporations to recognize outstanding academic performance and to assist students in pursuing their educational goals. Scholarship awards are based on a variety of criteria.
For some of the awards, eligibility is entirely determined by academic merit or potential. Other requirements might include demonstrated financial need, field of study, state or city residency, graduation from particular high schools, or participation in a specific program, organization, or activity. Generally, recipients have earned at least a 3.5 grade point average and are full time, degree-seeking students. To determine your eligibility for need-based scholarships offered through the university, you must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). ODU Scholarships

UVA-Wise

Pangle - The Charles F. Pangle Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Charles F. Pangle Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 2001 by the family in honor of Charles F. Pangle. Preference will be given to students from Southwest Virginia who are enrolled in the teacher education field. The recipient must have a grade point average of 3.0, demonstrate evidence of leadership, and display strong moral and family values. Financial need is not a prerequisite to receiving a scholarship; however, need may be a factor to be considered.

UVA-Wise

Partin - The Michelle Partin Scholarship Fund

The Michelle Partin Scholarship Fund was established by friends and family in honor and memory of Michelle Partin, a former employee and alumna of the College. Scholarship awards shall be made by the Scholarship Committee to students who demonstrate financial need, display evidence of hard work and self help, and exhibit reasonable academic scholarship. Scholarship awards may be renewable.

UVA-Wise

Passan - The Lila Malone Passan Scholarship Fund

The Lila Malone Passan Scholarship Fund was established by the family in 1989. The scholarship assists students from Wise County and the City of Norton. Preference is given to students who plan and prepare to teach.

Emory & Henry

Patrick Henry Scholarship

The Patrick Henry Scholarship Named for the renowned patriot of the American Revolution and Virginia's first governor for whom the College is named and symbolizes the College's commitment to the ideals of freedom and civic virtue. This prestigious $13,000 scholarship is awarded to the top academic achievers accepted for admission to Emory & Henry College. Awards are based on the accepted applicants' cumulative high school grade point average in combination with their ACT or SAT scores. Accepted applicants will be notified of their award by the Vice President for Enrollment Management.

UVA-Wise

Peake - The Frances Currie Peake Scholarship in English Fund

The Frances Currie Peake Scholarship in English Fund was established to provide scholarship support to a rising junior at UVA-Wise with a declared major in English. Candidates should demonstrate a grade point average of 3.0 or better and merit or promise in the field of English. Selection will be made by a special committee from the English faculty.

King College

Performing Arts Scholarship

Performing Arts Scholarship - King College is an award given to students who not only thrive in the classroom but outside as well through volunteer and community involvement.
Recipients of the Performing Arts Scholarship - King College are typically committed and hard-working students. Considering these factors, the Performing Arts Scholarship - King College application process is competitive and the title prestigious.
Recipients of the Performing Arts Scholarship - King College can use the scholarship at either public or private institutions, depending on the actual stipulations. Whether the Performing Arts Scholarship -
 
King College is used for purposes of paying tuition or room and board is entirely up to the recipient. Because of this flexibility, the student determines where the funds would be best utilized from the Performing Arts Scholarship - King College.
 
In order to be considered for the Performing Arts Scholarship - King College, students must fill out an application. Also, students applying for the Performing Arts Scholarship - King College may be required to write an essay, interview, or provide letters of recommendation. By enforcing such a rigorous process, the qualifications of the Performing Arts Scholarship - King College recipient are superb. Performing Arts Scholarship recipients are excluded from receiving other forms of institutional aid. An audition is required. Amounts vary Request Information at King College Scholarships

ETSU

Phi Delta Kappa

Phi Delta Kappa Awarded to Education majors. Apply to the College of Education ETSU Scholarship Office

UVA-Wise

Phi Theta Transfer Scholarships

Phi Theta Transfer Scholarships are awarded to transfer students who are verified members of PTK and who, at the time of entry to UVA-Wise, will have earned their Associate Degree. Students must also demonstrate an academic transfer grade point average of 3.0 or better and have submitted a General Scholarship Application to the Office of Financial Aid prior to fall entry.

UVA-Wise

Phipps - The Columbus and Margaret Skeen Phipps Memorial Scholarship

The Columbus and Margaret Skeen Phipps Memorial Scholarships are awarded to a male and a female of Dickenson County, Virginia, and are based on financial need.

UVA-Wise

Phipps - The D. C. Phipps Memorial Scholarship Fund

The D. C. Phipps Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 1976 by Thelma Phipps Weaver to perpetuate the memory of her husband, D. C. Phipps. Scholarships aid needy and deserving students from Wise County, Virginia. Recipients are selected on the basis of scholarship, need, and the ability to continue studies toward a college degree.

UVA-Wise

Pippin - The Hallie and Wanda Pippin Scholarship Fund

The Hallie and Wanda Pippin Scholarship Fund was endowed by Don Pippin of Wise, a 1958 graduate of UVA-Wise, to honor his parents. Priority is given to students from Coeburn, with consideration given to students who have good grades and show evidence of hard work.

UVA-Wise

Portuondo - The Augusto Portuondo Award in Spanish

The Augusto Portuondo Award in Spanish was established in 1998 by Dr. Portuondo's wife, Daisy Portuondo, and his daughters, Maria Elena and Maria Cristina, in honor of the long time faculty member and professor of Spanish at UVA-Wise. Award recipients are selected by the Department of Language and Literature.

UVA-Wise

Powers - The Avery Don Powers Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Avery Don Powers Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by the family of Avery Don Powers, a 1972 graduate of UVA-Wise. Eligibility is based upon the following: (a) preference will be given to students from Wise or Dickenson County; (b) students who demonstrate need and exhibit reasonable meritorious achievement and evidence of hard work and self-help; (c) scholarships may be renewable based on academic performance at the College.

UVA-Wise

Propper - The Dr. Norman S. and Josephine C. Propper Scholarship Fund

The Dr. Norman S. and Josephine C. Propper Scholarship Fund was changed from a loan fund to a scholarship fund in 2001 by Josephine C. Propper. To be eligible for the scholarship, students must be enrolled in one of the following health-related fields of study: pre-medicine, pre-pharmacy, pre-physical therapy, medical technology, or nursing. Awards are based on need and merit. The recipient must have at least a 3.0 grade point average. Preference will be given to students from Southwest Virginia, Eastern Kentucky, and East Tennessee. Scholarships must be reapplied for and are not automatically renewed.

ETSU

Public Performance Scholarship Program

Public Performance Scholarships for Out-of-State Students For entering undergraduate and graduate students who are talented performers and who would represent ETSU well in its various performing venues. The scholarship is awarded in an amount equivalent to the out-of-state fee. Recipients are required to participate in public performances as determined by their particular area. These areas are: Art, Bluegrass, Broadcasting, Digital Media, Gospel Choir, Music, Theatre, and Storytelling. Info including etsu.edu/admissions

UVA-Wise

Qualls Lifelong Learning Scholarship Fund

The Qualls Lifelong Learning Scholarship Fund was established by former students of Trula Qualls and Emily Qualls. Scholarships are awarded by a special committee. Eligibility is based upon the following criteria: (a) graduate of Regional Adult Education Program; (b) students who live in the Pound area will receive preference; (c) good academic standing; (d) evidence of leadership qualities/abilities; (e) display strong moral and family values; and (f) involvement in school and community activities.

RU

Radford University Scholarships

Radford University Scholarships can be found at the following address: Radford Scholarships Substantial merit and need-based academic and athletic scholarship aid is awarded annually to currently enrolled students. Applications are available in the Financial Aid Office. RU scholarships list

UVA-Wise

Rakes - The C. Gary Rakes Scholarship Fund

The C. Gary Rakes Scholarship Fund was established in 1995 in honor of C. Gary Rakes, a 1970 alumnus and avid College supporter. Scholarship awards are made to students who demonstrate reasonable academic scholarship and participate in intercollegiate athletics at the College.

UVA-Wise

Rakes - The Candace B. Rakes Scholarship Fund

The Candace B. Rakes Scholarship Fund was established in 1995 in honor and memory of Candace Brittany Rakes. Preference is given to students from Wise and Dickenson Counties who are participating in the College's women's basketball program. Students must exhibit reasonable academic scholarship, and show evidence of hard work and self-help.

UVA-Wise

Recorder Ensemble Class Scholarship Fund

The Recorder Ensemble Class Scholarship Fund was established by Ross and Harriet Grable for students enrolled in the recorder ensemble class. Students who play the recorder or other woodwind instruments must write a two page essay on the role of the recorder in music today and prepare one piece of music to play for the faculty of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts. The performance will be judged on the quality and technical difficulty of the piece.

Any College

Restoring Lives Community Development Center Annual Scholarship Program

Restoring Lives Community Development Center Annual Scholarship Program: The goal of RLCDC is to make a financial contribution to deserving and qualified applicants. Awardees will receive scholarships ranging between $500 and $2,000. Applicants must be between 17 and 19 years of age, graduating high school, be a resident of Virginia, and attending college as a Freshman. Please see Mrs. Dotson for further information.

UVA-Wise

Rigg Family Scholarship Fund

The Rigg Family Scholarship Fund was established by the Rigg family to provide scholarship assistance to worthy and deserving students. To be eligible for an award, students must meet UVA-Wise General Scholarship eligibility criteria. Students interested in applying for the Rigg Family Scholarship should contact the Office of Financial Aid.

UVA-Wise

Rudnik - The Dmitry Rudnik Foreign Student Scholarship Fund

The Dmitry Rudnik Foreign Student Scholarship Fund was established by Oleg and Tatiana Rudnik in 2001 in honor and memory of their son, Dmitry Rudnik. Students may major in any academic field. Preference will be given to students from foreign countries who demonstrate a history of prior self help by working. The scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic merit and established financial need. Students must demonstrate academic progress as evidenced by above average grade point scores in the last year preceding the award.

UVA-Wise

Sapra - The Mr. & Mrs. P. C. Sapra Scholarship Fund

The Mr. & Mrs. P. C. Sapra Scholarship Fund was established in 1995 by Dr. & Mrs. Parmod Sapra in memory of their grandparents. Preference is given to students majoring in mathematics and the sciences who exhibit reasonable academic scholarship, and show evidence of hard work and self help. Preference is given to students from Southwest Virginia and Eastern Kentucky.

UVA-Wise

Sara Lee Corporation Scholarship Fund

The Sara Lee Corporation Scholarship Fund was established in 1997 by the Sara Lee Corporation to provide scholarship assistance for worthy and deserving student athletes. Financial need is not a prerequisite to receiving a scholarship; however, need may be a factor to be considered.

UVA-Wise

Schindler - The Oskar Schindler Humanities Foundation Endowment Fund

The Oskar Schindler Humanities Foundation Endowment Fund was established in 2003 by the Oskar Schindler Humanities Foundation, through its officers, Irving Glovin and Jeanne Glovin, for support of research into the meaning and principles underlying "Good Human Conduct." This award is to enable collaborative research by students in any major discipline or interdisciplinary program, together with a professor/mentor, into the subjects for which this fund was created. Each year, an awardees will be selected by the committee. The awardees will be required to produce a written report of the results of his/her work and make a public presentation of it during the fall semester following the award period. The reports will be published by the College, maintained by the College library, and known as the "Schindler Good Human Conduct Project."

UVA-Wise

Scolnick - The Joseph Scolnick Pre-Law Award

The Joseph Scolnick Pre-Law Award was established by his son and UVA-Wise professor Joseph Scolnick, Jr. and is given annually to a student who demonstrates unusual academic ability and plans a career in law.

UVA-Wise

Sewell, Pridemore and Ely Scholarship Fund

The Sewell, Pridemore and Ely Scholarship Fund was established in 1997 by John McCall to assist students who demonstrate excellence in personal integrity, citizenship, academics and athletics. Applicants must demonstrate financial need, academic scholarship and excellent evidence of hard work and self-help.

UVA-Wise

Short - The Burl and Amy Short Scholarship Fund

The Burl and Amy Short Scholarship Fund was established in 1999 by Danny and Louella Greear in honor and memory of her parents Amy and Burl Short. Eligibility for the scholarship is based upon the following: (1) preference will be given to students from Dickenson County; (2) students must demonstrate merit and financial need.

UVA-Wise

Showalter - The Charles Edwin and Adelaide Winston Showalter Scholarship Fund

The Charles Edwin and Adelaide Winston Showalter Scholarship Fund was established in 2000 by Edwin Lee Showalter in honor of his parents. Scholarships will be awarded to juniors or seniors majoring in education who have a minimum 3.0 grade point average. Preference will be given to students from Wise County, and scholarship awards may be renewable.

UVA-Wise

Siphers - The Henry A. and Edna Stewart Siphers Scholarship Fund

The Henry A. and Edna Stewart Siphers Scholarship Fund was endowed by their daughter Beth Siphers Wendell as a memorial. The recipient must have at least a 3.0 grade point average. Preference is given to applicants who can demonstrate financial need. Applicants must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and complete the institutional application that is available in the Office of Financial Aid.

ETSU

Skalko - Louise Skalko Endowment

Louise Skalko Endowment For students in instructional technology with a declared Media Services major. Preference will be given to disabled students. Financial need considered. Apply to the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. ETSU Scholarship Office

UVA-Wise

Slemp - The Campbell Slemp Scholarship Fund

The Campbell Slemp Scholarship Fund was endowed by George C. Scott, a renowned actor, to perpetuate the memory of his grandfather, Campbell Slemp. This scholarship is awarded to needy students from Southwest Virginia.

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Slemp Foundation Scholarships

Slemp Foundation Scholarships: Seniors may apply for scholarships through the Slemp Foundation who have: Demonstrated a better than average ability in scholarship, and who show unusual promise for the future, and that are unable to provide all of their own funds, and would otherwise be unable to continue their education. Students must attend college or university full-time in the fall following graduation to be eligible. Scholarships are renewable and may not exceed $2,000 per year. Please see Mrs. Dotson for an application packet with complete rules and regulations. Applications and information are also available at slempfoundation.org

UVA-Wise

Smiddy - The Joseph C. Smiddy Scholarship Fund

The Joseph C. Smiddy Scholarship Funds in Mathematics and Science were established to honor Chancellor Joseph C. Smiddy who retired in July 1985 after serving at UVA-Wise for more than thirty years as a professor of biology and as the College's top administrative officer. A scholarship of $1,000 per year is awarded to the high school senior with the highest score on the Sigma Zeta Mathematics Contest, to the senior with the highest score on the Sigma Zeta Science Contest, and to the student with the best project at the Southwestern Virginia Regional Science Fair. The scholarships are funded on a semester basis and are renewable as long as the stated standards of progress are maintained.

UVA-Wise

Smiddy - The Reba G. Smiddy Scholarship Fund

The Reba G. Smiddy Scholarship Fund was established in 1995 by Reba G. Smiddy to assist deserving graduates of Lee County Schools in the pursuit of a degree at UVA-Wise. Scholarship awards are made to students who exhibit reasonable academic scholarship, and show evidence of hard work and self help. Scholarships may be renewable based on academic performance.

UVA-Wise

Smiddy - The Rosebud Smiddy Scholarship Award Fund

The Rosebud Smiddy Scholarship Award Fund was established by family and friends and is presented to a Southwest Virginia student who achieves academic distinction in the field of education. It was established in memory of Rosebud Smiddy, an outstanding educator and wife of Chancellor Emeritus Joseph C. Smiddy.

UVA-Wise

Smith - The Glenn Smith Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Glenn Smith Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 1995 by the family and friends of Glenn Smith, a talented Wise County musician and life-long advocate of music appreciation. Scholarships are awarded annually to students participating in the instrumental music program at UVA-Wise. Financial need is not a prerequisite to receiving a scholarship but may be a factor in considering the awarding of any scholarship. Scholarships may be renewable.

UVA-Wise

Sorah - The Grace Burton Sorah Scholarship Fund

The Grace Burton Sorah Scholarship Fund was established by her family. Scholarship awards are made on the basis of high academic standing, evidence of leadership qualities and abilities, strong moral and family values, involvement in school and community activities and financial need. The scholarship is open to students who are graduates of any Wise County High School, however, preference will be given to graduates of Powell Valley High School. Applicants must be in pursuit of or planning to pursue a career in a medical field. Scholarships may be renewable based on academic performance. The scholarships are funded on a semester basis and are renewable as long as the stated standards of progress are maintained.

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Southwest Burley Tobacco Scholarship

The Southwest Burley Tobacco Scholarship program is available to Burley tobacco growers, quota holders, workers and family members residing in one of the Southwest counties Eligible localities: Dickenson and Wise. FAQ Please review the criteria for the Southwest Virginia Burley Tobacco Scholarship Program. Applicants who have submitted all support documentation will have their applications evaluated and an eligibility letter mailed within 20 working days after completion. Scholarship The date the last support document is stamped RECEIVED will determine when an eligibility letter will be mailed. For additional information contact: tobacco@swcenter.edu

UVA-Wise

South-West Insurance Agency Scholarship Fund

The South-West Insurance Agency Scholarship Fund was established by the South-West Insurance Agency in 2002 to assist students participating in intercollegiate athletics at the College. Scholarship awards will be made to students who maintain a 2.5 grade point average. Preference will be given to students majoring in the field of Business. Awards will be made to students from the Lonesome Pine District and Lee County. Scholarships may be renewable.

UVA-Wise

Stallard - The Coach Burchell "Slew" Stallard Scholarship Fund

The Coach Burchell "Slew" Stallard Scholarship Fund was established in 2000 by Iloe Read Stallard and friends in honor and memory of Burchell "Slew" Stallard. Scholarship awards are made to students who have a strong commitment to baseball and/or football. Recipients must demonstrate qualities of leadership and exemplary character. Scholarships may be renewable.

UVA-Wise

Stallard - The Dewey Hobart and Geneva J. Stallard Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Dewey Hobart and Geneva J. Stallard Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by their family to perpetuate the memory of parents who were concerned citizens of Wise County. Earnings from this fund provide scholarships for students entering full-time church service. First preference is given to students from Lee, Scott and Wise counties of Virginia, with second preference for any qualified student needing assistance to secure a college education.

UVA-Wise

Starkovsky - The Lucy K. Starkovsky Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Lucy K. Starkovsky Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 1990 by Dr. Nicolas A. Starkovsky in memory and honor of his wife. Mrs. Starkovsky was a faculty member in the early years of the College and left a bequest to establish this scholarship. The recipient must have a grade point average of 3.5. Financial need is not a requirement.

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Stiles - Shirley Lane Stiles Memorial Nursing Scholarship

Shirley Lane Stiles Memorial Nursing Scholarship: The Memorial Nursing Fund was established by the family of Shirley Lane Stiles to honor her memory for the benefit of aspiring nursing students with a similar background. The amount of the scholarship is up to $1,500 per year, to be applied towards tuition, fees and directly related expenses (e.g. books, uniforms, and exam costs). The Student must be classified as fulltime and taking required courses for a Nursing certificate or degree. Grants will only be awarded to those students who do not have the necessary resources (i.e. personal, family or other scholarships or loans) and would otherwise be unable to continue their education. Applicants must be a graduate or prospective graduate of a public high school in Wise County with a minimum GPA of 3.00. Please see Mrs. Dotson for an application packet.

UVA-Wise

Straughan - The Joseph M. Straughan Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Joseph M. Straughan Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 2003. Straughan in honor and memory of her husband, Joseph Straughan. To be eligible for the scholarship, students must be seeking degrees in Natural Science, with preference given to those enrolled in a health-related field of study (i.e., pre-medicine, pre- pharmacy, nursing, or pre-physical therapy). Scholarships must be in good academic standing and awards may be renewable based on academic performance at the College.

UVA-Wise

Street - The Eugene K. Street Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Eugene K. Street Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 1994 by the Grundy law firm of Street, Street, Street, Scott, and Bowman along with friends and family in honor and memory of Eugene K. Street. The award gives preference to graduates of Buchanan County high schools. The award is based on merit and financial need.

ETSU

Street Family Scholarship

Street Family Scholarship For entering freshmen and transfer students from the Southwest Virginia counties of Buchanan, Dickenson, Lee, Russell, Scott, Washington, and Wise. Based on need and academic ability. Current ETSU students are not eligible. ETSU Scholarship Office

UVA-Wise

Sturgill Merit Scholarship Fund

The Sturgill Merit Scholarship Fund was endowed in 1988 by the children of Joseph Moses and Kathleen Cole Sturgill. It is awarded for meritorious achievement or scholastic standing.

UVA-Wise

Sutherland - The Farley G. Sutherland Scholarship Fund

The Farley G. Sutherland Scholarship Fund was endowed by a bequest from Mr. Sutherland to improve educational opportunities available to the people of Southwest Virginia. The scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic merit and established financial need.

UVA-Wise

Sutherland - The Helen Jackson Sutherland

The Helen Jackson Sutherland Scholarship Fund was endowed in 1988 by Mrs. Sutherland for those who have attended Central High School and qualify on the basis of need and merit.

UVA-Wise

Tate - The Carroll N. Tate Scholarship Fund

The Carroll N. Tate Scholarship Fund was established in 1995 by the family in honor of Carroll N. Tate, Publisher Emeritus of The Coalfield Progress. The Scholarship provides financial assistance to students from Wise County, Dickenson County, and the City of Norton. Awards are based on need and merit. Preference will be given to English, history, or political science majors.

UVA-Wise

Thompson Family Scholarship Fund

The Thompson Family Scholarship Fund was established in honor and memory of Mary D. Thompson, W. A. Thompson, Sr., W. A. Thompson, Jr., and Betty Presley Thompson. The Thompson family was prominent in the establishment of UVA-Wise and in providing assistance to students. The scholarship provides financial assistance to deserving students.

UVA-Wise

Trigiani - The Children of Anthony & Ida Trigiani Scholarship Fund

The Children of Anthony & Ida Trigiani Scholarship Fund was established in 1999, by Anthony and Ida Trigiani to provide financial assistance to worthy and deserving Catholic students from the region. However, if the scholarship is not awarded to a Catholic student by June 15 of each year, the Office of Financial Aid will make the award to a deserving student.

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United Auto Workers/Community Action Program

United Auto Workers/Community Action Program Essay Contest: The contest is open to all students scheduled to graduate from high school and planning to attend an accredited college or university as a full-time student commencing with the fall term of that year. The award ranges from $2,000 for first place to $500 for 4th place. For essay topics and more information please see Mrs. Dotson.

UT

University of Tennessee Scholarships

University of Tennessee Scholarships Circle Park, Knoxville , TN 37996 Ph (865) 974-1000 UT Financial Aid Admissions Website UT Future Students UT To be considered a priority applicant for all University of Tennessee scholarships, including the Chancellor's 4-year scholarships, all entering freshman must submit both the Entering Freshman Scholarship Application and the UT Admissions Application with all supporting documentation. All applications received by no later than December 1 will be reviewed for all university scholarships (general, college & departmental), excluding the Chancellor's and the McClanahan Scholarships. UT Scholarships Eligibility for scholarships continues throughout the college levels, and continuing students are encouraged to reapply each year. Many scholarships are renewable based on funds available and academic performance. The application for the 2005-06 school year for returning and transfer students can be printed from our scholarship page. Funds from scholarship awards are applied to a student's tuition and other university charges each semester and any excess funds will be available 5 days after the start of each term.

UVA

University of Virginia at Charlottesville

The University of Virginia at Charlottesville Any student that is accepted at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville will be eligible to receive the Thomas Quinn Jones Academic Scholarship in the amount of $2,000 per year and will be awarded each year if the student remains in good standing. The university encourages everyone to apply online with the Common Application on the university website at Undergrad Admission UVA Admission

UVA-Wise

University of Virginia's College at Wise Scholarships

The University of Virginia's College at Wise Scholarships The University of Virginia at Wise has several scholarships available to students who plan to attend. Scholarships that are offered including the UVA-Wise General Scholarship, Dana Ann Collier Memorial Scholarship, Wright Family Scholarship, Miners' Family Scholarship, Wise County Software Engineering Scholarship, and the Chemistry Scholarship. Please see Mrs. Dotson for applications and eligibility criteria or UVA-Wise Financial Aid
 

Allied Health

VA Athletic Trainers Association Scholarship

VA Athletic Trainers Association Scholarship: The association has established a scholarship award, which is presented to a graduating high school senior who has indicated an interest in pursuing a career in the Allied Health Profession of Athletic Training. The candidate has to be accepted into a college or university that has an undergraduate curriculum program in Athletic Training as approved by the National Athletic Trainers Association. The scholarship amount is a one-time award of $1000 for the winner and $500 for the runner up. For an application see Mrs. Dotson or visit www.vata.us
VA Athletic Trainers Assoc Scholarship

MECC

VA Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission Scholarship

VA Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission Scholarship: The Virginia Tobacco Settlement Program, in conjunction with other federal and state financial aid programs, assists Virginia resident tobacco producers, quota owners, their family members (descendents), and tobacco workers with the cost of attending credit classes at Mountain Empire Community College (MECC). Family income, household size, and the numbers of family members attending college play a role in determining the amount of Tobacco Settlement Funds a student receives. The application will not be processed without a copy of Form 156EZ or other forms documenting tobacco quota/acreage for the allotment. VA Tobacco Scholarship

VAOC

VAOC - John R. Lillard Virginia Airport Operators Council (VAOC) Scholarship

John R. Lillard Virginia Airport Operators Council (VAOC) Scholarship: To be eligible to apply for a one-time $3,000 scholarship, students must: be a Virginia high school senior; Must have at least an un-weighted of 3.75 GPA, Must be planning a career in the field of aviation, And must be enrolled or accepted into an accredited college. Applicants must submit applications, all required documents, and an essay to Richmond. See Mrs. Dotson for applications

VA Aviation

Virginia Aviation Foundation Student Scholarship Program

Virginia Aviation Foundation Student Scholarship Program: To be eligible to apply for a one-time $1,000 scholarship, students must be: A current Virginia high school senior; And must have applied to a school or academy with an accredited aviation-related program (must get accepted to receive it); And must have a minimum 2.8 GPA. Students must return application and required attachments to Richmond. For applications, see Mrs. Dotson in the Guidance Office. VA Aviation Student Scholarship

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Virginia Farm Bureau Rural Health Essay Contest

Virginia Farm Bureau Rural Health Essay Contest: $1000 is available for students interested in pursuing a health-related career. The contest is open to any high school or college student from a county Farm Bureau member-household. Participants must prepare a typed essay of no fewer than 400 words, titled "My Future Career in Rural Health in Virginia". More information can be viewed at VA Farm Contest or see Mrs. Dotson in the guidance office. VA Farm Bureau Rural Health Essay

VA-Tech

Virginia Tech Pamplin Leader Award

Virginia Tech Pamplin Leader Award: The Pamplin Leader Award is a one-year merit-based $1,000 tuition scholarship. The scholarship will be presented annually to one senior student from each public high school in Virginia who has been accepted to, and chooses to attend, Virginia Tech. The scholarship is open to students in all majors. Students should have a record of outstanding academic achievement that is balanced with a commitment to community service and leadership experience. Students must have a 3.75 overall GPA and/or be ranked in the top ten percent of his/her class and be a senior from a Virginia public high school. Only three students from each high school may apply. We ask each high school to invite three students to apply and then send their applications to us for the final selection. An application for the Pamplin Leader Award automatically makes that student eligible to apply for the Pamplin Scholar Award in their second year at Virginia Tech. After students have been accepted to Virginia Tech by applying online at VT Edu then they must also apply online for at If you wish to be invited to submit an application, please see Mrs. Dotson. VA Tech Pamplin Leader Award

VA-Tech

Virginia Tech Presidential Scholarship Initiative

Virginia Tech Presidential Scholarship Initiative (VTPSI): This is a competitive scholarship program designed to bolster the reality of post-secondary educational opportunities for high school students with significant financial need in the Commonwealth. A maximum of 50 Virginia residents per year will be awarded renewable, four-year scholarships and preference will be given to students from first-generation families. To be eligible, students must: Be a Virginia resident for in-state tuition purposes; Graduate from a high school within the Commonwealth; Be PELL-eligible with significant financial need; Demonstrate potential for stellar academic performance; Show evidence of leadership potential; and Submit the F. A. F. S. A. application and supporting materials. Applications for admission to Virginia Tech can be submitted online at VT Edu Virginia Tech applicants visit VT Edu Aid or see Mrs. Dotson for assistance. VA Tech Presidential Initiative

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VSGA Golf Scholarship

VSGA Golf Scholarship: Any senior that: Plays golf; is in good standing; has financial need; academic achievement; as well as character (activities outside the classroom, community service, etc) may apply. See Mrs. Dotson for details. VSGA Golf Scholarship

ETSU

Wade - John L. and Grace Wilson Wade Family Scholarship

John L. and Grace Wilson Wade Family In memory of Judge Clive W. Bare and John L. and Grace Wilson Wade. Awarded to Education majors who have documented financial need. Apply to the College of Education. ETSU Scholarship

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Wallace - Maude E. Wallace Scholarship

Maude E. Wallace Scholarship: This is a general scholarship awarded to a graduating high school senior planning to further his/her education in any field. The amount of this scholarship is $1,000.

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Walton - The Sam Walton Community Scholarship

The Sam Walton Community Scholarship is a non-renewable $1000 award for the student' first year of undergraduate study at an approved accredited college or university. To qualify, the student must be a graduating high school senior and may NOT be a Wal-Mart store or Sam's Club Associate, or the child or legal dependent of a Wal-Mart Store or Sam's Club Associate. the scholarship will be available online soon. Deadline Go to Wal-Mart for complete information and application. Walton Community

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Wayne C. Henderson Music Festival Scholarship Competition

Wayne C. Henderson Music Festival Scholarship Competition: This scholarship assists young, local, traditional, musicians with their music education and exploration. Applicants will be selected to receive a scholarship up to $500 that may be applied to the traditional music education of the winner's choice. Applicants must be residents of the Central Appalachian Region. For more information and an application, visit Wayne Henderson
Wayne Henderson Music Festival Competition

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WCEA Wise County Education Assoc. Scholarship

WCEA Scholarship: An $800 scholarship is available from the WCEA. Only high school seniors may submit an application. The candidates must have an overall "B" average. The applicant must complete an official application, provide an official transcript and test scores, and one recommendation from a teacher. These materials should be returned to the guidance counselor. The award shall NOT be limited to students with financial need.

UVA-Wise

Wellmont Lonesome Pine Hospital Scholarship Fund

The Wellmont Lonesome Pine Hospital Scholarship Fund was established by Wellmont Lonesome Pine Hospital in 1999 to provide scholarship assistance to students from Southwest Virginia and Eastern Kentucky. Scholarship recipients must major in a health-related field of study (i.e., pre-medicine, medical technology, physical therapy, or nursing). Awards are based on need or merit and may be renewable based on academic performance.

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Wendy's Heisman Award & Scholarship Program

Wendy's Heisman Award & Scholarship Program: Any high school senior may apply that has at least a "B" GPA (3.0), participates in at least one school-sponsored sport, and feels that they exhibit excellence in the classroom, within their sport, and are a leader in their community. Students must apply online Wendy's Wendy's Award Scholarship

UVA-Wise

Wharton - The George and Margaret Wharton Scholarship Fund

The George and Margaret Wharton Scholarship Fund was established to provide scholarship assistance to students from Wise County and the City of Norton. The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of academic merit and established financial need.

UVA-Wise

Whitehead - The Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation Scholarship Fund

The Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation Scholarship Fund is made possible by a gift made annually to UVA-Wise Foundation, Inc. Support from the Whitehead Foundation began in 1977 to provide financial assistance to needy and deserving women from Virginia. Must demonstrate financial need and Christian commitment. Scholarship is renewable with satisfactory progress. $1.000 - $3,000

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Willard G. Plentl Aviation Scholarship

Willard G. Plentl Aviation Scholarship: To be eligible to apply for a one-time $1,000 scholarship, students must: Be a Virginia high school senior; Must be planning to enter an aviation career (such as pilots, aviation maintenance technicians, aviation managers, etc) that is a non-engineering area; Must certify acceptance into a non-engineering aviation related post-secondary education program; must have a GPA of at least 3.5. Students must submit applications, all required documents, as well as an essay to Richmond Applications see Mrs. Dotson in the Guidance Office.

ETSU

Williams - Isabel Hayes Williams Endowment

Isabel Hayes Williams Endowment In memory of Isabel Hayes Williams. For students with a 2.8 GPA who exhibit promise as teachers or educators. Apply to the College of Education. ETSU

ETSU

 

Williams - Nancy Vaughn Williams

Nancy Vaughn Williams Scholarship Incoming or currently enrolled students with a 2.8 GPA minimum and demonstrated financial need.

UVA-Wise

Williams - The Howard White Williams Scholarship Fund

The Howard White Williams Scholarship Fund was established by Reed and Judy Williams in honor and memory of Howard White Williams in 2003. The Scholarship provides assistance to students who have a disability. Awards are based on need and merit. Students may major in any academic field. Preference will be given to students from Lee County, but may be from any location in Southwest Virginia.

UVA-Wise

Wise ARH Auxiliary Endowed Scholarship Fund

The Wise ARH Auxiliary Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in 1998 by the members of the Wise Appalachian Regional Healthcare Hospital Auxiliary. Eligibility for the scholarship is based upon the following criteria: enrollment in a health-related field of study (i.e., pre- medicine, medical technology, physical therapy, or nursing) and merit or need. Preference will be given to students from Southwest Virginia. Scholarships may be renewable based on academic performance at the College.

MECC UVA-Wise

Wise County Chamber of Commerce Cheryl Richardson Memorial Scholarship

Wise County Chamber of Commerce Cheryl Richardson Memorial Scholarship This scholarship will be awarded to a resident of Wise County or the City of Norton who is a senior graduating from a high school located in Wise County or the City of Norton and is applying to either The University of Virginia's College at Wise or Mountain Empire Community College as a full-time student. The guidelines are listed as: Student must have at least a 3.3 GPA, and a combined SAT of 1425 or ACT composite score of 19, and it will not be limited to students with financial need. See Mrs. Dotson. WiseCo Chamber

UVA-Wise

Wise County Women's Club Scholarship Fund

The Wise County Women's Club Scholarship Fund was funded in 1969 to help deserving students from Wise County attend UVA-Wise. Awards will be made by UVA-Wise Scholarship Committee on the basis of need and merit.

UVA-Wise

Wygal - The John C. Wygal Scholarship Fund

The John C. Wygal Scholarship Fund was endowed to provide scholarships for deserving students who attend UVA-Wise.

 

 

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