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Endowed and Named Scholarships

Thanks to the generosity of our donors and friends, your financial aid award may also include an Endowed Scholarship or Named Scholarship. The following scholarships are available for currently enrolled students. Eligibility criteria have been established for each scholarship and all eligible students are encouraged to apply by the established deadline. Applications can be submitted in person to the Office of Student Financial Services or by email to Dyan Teehan, Director of Student Financial Services (dteehan@mountida.edu).

The submission deadline for the 2018 awards is May 1, 2018.

Scholarships for the academic year 2018-2019 must have a completed 2018-2019 FAFSA on file by the established deadline.

Please note, any student who applies after the established deadline will not be considered.

EligibilityGPA at the end of Spring 2018Credits Required by the end of Spring 2018AmountTermCriteriaApplication RequirementsApplication
Carol J. Matteson Leadership Scholarship – one recipient Full-time undergraduate students (12 or more credits) 2.67 or higher30 – 59 credits earnedUp to $3,500One year, renewable in years 3 and 4 if meets renewal criteriaDemonstrate leadership skills in the classroom and/or in the campus community through action and experience.Letter of Recommendation from a Mount Ida faculty or staff member and financial need as evidenced by a completed current FAFSA. Personal statement of commitment. Application not yet available.
Claire Brooks-Ekker Memorial Scholarship– one recipientFull-time undergraduate students (12 or more credits) Full-time undergraduate students (12 or more credits) 3.33 or higherMinimum of 30 credits earnedUp to $650One yearDemonstrate commitment to your major through involvement in clubs, internships, and other related activitiesPersonal statement of commitment to your major through involvement in clubs, internships, and other related activities and financial need as evidenced by a completed current FAFSA.Application not yet available.
Jacqueline Palmer Award– two recipientsFull-time undergraduate students (12 or more credits) majoring in Sport Management2.8 or higherMinimum of 30 credits earnedUp to $500One YearDemonstrate leadership, citizenship and contribution to the college community and sport managementPersonal statement and financial need as evidenced by a completed current FAFSA.Application not yet available.
Kenneth C. Barone Scholarship – one recipientFull-time undergraduate students (12 or more credits)2.5 or higher60 – 89 credits earned$1,500One YearRising sophomore who has demonstrated significant improvement in academic achievement at the CollegePersonal statement and financial need as evidenced by a completed current FAFSA.Application not yet available.
Maxine Davis Memorial Scholarship – two recipientsFull-time undergraduate students (12 or more credits), preferably from Massachusetts2.5 or higherMinimum of 30 credits earned$1,250One YearDemonstrate strong commitment to civic engagement through participation in College programs and service learningPersonal statement and financial need as evidenced by a completed current FAFSA.Application not yet available.
School of Design Scholarship – three recipientsFull-time undergraduate students (12 or more credits) enrolled in a design program3.0 or higherMinimum of 30 credits earned$2,500One YearDemonstrate excellence in academic work and contributions to the program or schoolPersonal statement, recommendation from a School of Design faculty member and financial need as evidenced by a completed current FAFSA.Application not yet available.
Tamotsu Yamamoto Scholarship – four recipientsFull-time undergraduate students (12 or more credits) enrolled in the Interior Architecture and Design program3.0 or higherMinimum of 30 credits earned$2,500One YearDemonstrate excellence in academic work and contributions to the program or schoolPersonal statement, letter of recommendation from an Interior Architecture and Design faculty member and financial need as evidenced by a completed current FAFSA.Application not yet available.
Dodge Family Scholarship – two recipientsFull-time undergraduate students (12 or more credits) enrolled in the Funeral Service of Funeral Home Management program2.5 or higherMinimum of 30 credits earned$1,500One YearDemonstrate campus leadership, contributions to the program and academic excellencePersonal statement and financial need as evidenced by a completed current FAFSA.Application not yet available.
The Maryellen Grace Memorial Scholarship - one recipientFull-time undergraduate student (12 or more credits) enrolled in the Veterinary Technology or Veterinary Technician program3.2 or higher60-89 credits earned by Spring 2017$1,000One yearDemonstrate interest in canine medicine or surgeryPersonal statement of commitment/interest to your major through canine medicine or surgery and demonstrate financial need as evidenced by a completed current FAFSA.Application deadline was November 6, 2017.