Scholarships

Scholarships and Awards

 

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Charles W. Campbell Award

One award each spring semester. The award amount is determined by the amount of the

trust earnings. Student eligibility requirements: outstanding junior in the CSD Program.

Criteria for selection of recipient: 3.0 GPA or better, outstanding in contributions to

his/her field, and outstanding in his/her relationship with his/her peer group and the

University.

 

Max Clardy Scholarship

One $300 scholarship each fall and spring semester. The scholarship provides financial

assistance for a graduate student in CSD. Student must have a 3.0 GPA, be classified as

full-time, and of good moral character.

 

Fritz “Tootsie” Darouse Endowed Scholarship

Student must be a full-time UG major in CSD with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher. The

student must demonstrate financial need and be of good moral character. Student must

be full time (12 hrs. UG; 9 hrs. GR) and may keep this scholarship for eight semesters

provided he/she meets all of the above criteria and maintains a 2.5 GPA.

 

Robert E. LaRue Endowed Scholarship

Student must be a full-time major in CSD with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher. The

student must demonstrate financial need and be of good moral character. Student must

be full time (12 hrs. UG; 9 hrs. GR) and may keep this scholarship for eight semesters

provided he/she meets all of the above criteria and maintains a 2.5 GPA.

 

Scottish Rite Foundation Scholarship

The scholarship is funded by the Louisiana Scottish Rite Foundation and awarded as

follows: two student recipients will receive $1,250 each for the fall and spring semesters

and $500 each for the summer semester. Criteria for selection: financial need, graduate

student preferred, student must be completing their clinic assignments at the campus

facility, UG student GPA 2.5/GR student GPA 3.0, and the student must be of good moral

character. The student may keep this scholarship for a maximum of three semesters

provided he or she meets all of the above criteria.

 

For more information on the scholarships and awards, students can contact the Program

Director at pcurrie@selu.edu.

 

Family and Consumer Sciences

 

Laurie Ann Bennett Burns Endowed Scholarship

Recipient must be majoring in Family & Consumer Sciences, have a maximum overall

college GPA of 2.5, have financial need, and be of good moral character.  Student is

awarded scholarship only once to fund out-of-state field study experience.

 

Ginger Fortenberry Ford, Homemaker Scholarship

Recipient must be majoring in Family & Consumer Sciences with priority given to a

student choosing the concentration area of Vocational Family and Consumer Sciences

Education.  The scholarship is provided through a bequest from Judge Leon Ford, III and

his family in memory of his wife.  The award will go to a beginning freshman on the basis

of economic need, U.S. citizen and Louisiana or Mississippi resident, GPA of 2.5 or higher,

participation in high school activities, good character, no record of disciplinary problems

and the student must be eligible for admission to SLU.  Application for the scholarship

must be submitted to the Family and Consumer Sciences faculty through the applicant's

high school principal by April 1.

 

Virginia L. Langston Endowed Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time student who is majoring, or planning to major, in Family and

Consumer Sciences.  Must have a minimum 3.0 college GPA or 3.0 high school GPA.  Must

be a resident of Louisiana and a U.S. citizen.

 

Carolyn Furca Kleinpeter Endowed Scholarship

Recipient must be majoring in Family and Consumer Sciences with a concentration in nutrition and have a minimum 2.5 college GPA.  Must have financial need and be of good moral character.  Preference will be given to a Hammond High School, Amite High School or Tangipahoa Parish High School Student, respectively.

 

Myra C. Lillard Scholarship

The scholarship is provided through a bequest from Mr. Purser Lillard, in memory of his wife.  Student eligibility requirements:  Award 1: Junior Standing with a major in  Family and Consumer Sciences with highest grade point average.  Award 2: Junior Standing with a major in Family and Consumer Sciences with second highest grade point average.  Award 3: Sophomore Standing with a major in Family and Consumer Sciences with highest grade point average.  In addition to the academic requirements, recipients must not be on disciplinary probation.  No applications are necessary as awards are based on grade point average.  Recipients are selected in accordance with the eligibility criteria.

 

For more information on the scholarships and awards, students can contact the Program Director at djohnson@selu.edu.

 

Social Work

 

Susan McQuay Spiller Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Recipient must be enrolled full-time, majoring in Social Work with a minimum 2.75 high school GPA or a minimum 3.0 college GPA.  Student must be a non-traditional student (25 years or older), and be actively engaged in SLU's service learning program.  Special consideration will be given to students who participate in university or community programs that serve people who are disadvantaged.

  

For more information on the scholarships and awards, students can contact the Program Director at hkulkin@selu.edu.

 


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