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Martha Ann Maxwell Allen Memorial Endowed Scholarship

First priority of consideration is given to full-time undergraduate students in the College of Education who demonstrate financial need, whose academic records indicate a reasonable probability of success, and who graduated from high schools in Escambia County, Alabama. Second priority of consideration is given to full-time undergraduate students in the College of Education who demonstrate financial need, whose academic records indicate a reasonable probability of success, and who graduated from high schools elsewhere in the state of Alabama.

Drs. Barbara and Brad Adams Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to rising juniors and seniors enrolled in the College of Education who have declared education as their major.

Curry Bedsole Adams Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration shall be given to students enrolled in the College of Education.

Stephen and Dorothy Andrasko Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration shall be given to undergraduate students enrolled in the College of Education who graduated from high schools in the northeastern United States, who possess a minimum 3.0 grade point average and who demonstrate financial need.

Rebecca Ann Baggett Endowed Scholarship

Scholarships from this fund support only tuition and fees for students pursuing a degree in special education within the College of Education who maintain a minimum “B” average.

William R. and Eugenia Battle Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to full-time students who intend to pursue degrees in the College of Education.

Susan Duckworth Bedsole Endowed Scholarship

Priority given to J.L. Bedsole Scholars as selected by the J.L. Bedsole Foundation (based on criteria involving academic success, leadership potential, and financial need) who are accepted into the College of Education. Second priority of consideration is given to students from southwest Alabama accepted into the College of Education, or to any first-year student accepted into the College of Education. The scholarship is renewable for each of the subsequent years of the recipient’s education, provided the scholarship committee deems the recipient’s performance and academic progress to merit retention and provided the recipient remains enrolled full-time in the College of Education.

Mark & Marian Berkin Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to full-time students pursuing degrees in the College of Education. It is the donors’ intent that an average student with financial need be considered equally eligible to receive the scholarship as a higher achieving student with less financial need, provided the recipient passes all courses and maintains a minimum 2.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale.

Mark & Marian Berkin Physical Education Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to deserving undergraduate students of physical education. It is the donors’ intent that an average student with financial need be considered equally eligible to receive the scholarship as a higher achieving student with less financial need, provided the recipient passes all courses and maintains a minimum 2.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale.

Board of Advisors Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration shall be given to undergraduate students enrolled full-time in the College of Education.

Ethel M. O’Mary Boshell Endowed Education Scholarship

First priority of consideration shall be given to incoming freshmen who possess a minimum ACT score of 30 or a comparable score on the SAT counterpart. Because Henry Lloyd O’Mary and Ethel M. O’Mary Boshell grew to maturity in the secondary schools of Walker and Winston counties in Alabama and appreciate the need for quality teachers in the region, the donor desires that second priority of consideration be given to incoming freshmen from Walker and Winston counties. It is the donor’s desire that the scholarships help attract students to courses of study in the College of education that lead to a degree in secondary education.

Russell S. and Mary Louise Cantwell Endowed History Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to juniors and seniors who are enrolled in the College of Education or to students enrolled in graduate programs in the College of Education at The University of Alabama. Eligible applicants must plan to teach history and must demonstrate financial need. High moral character is a desired personal qualifier for the award. A student must possess a minimum grade average of “B” to receive this award.

Capstone Education Society Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to undergraduate or graduate students in the College of Education. It is the donor’s intent that endowment earnings be used to award on scholarship each year, initially equal to $1,000.

Dr. William F. Clipson and Madolyn Chambers Clipson Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to students enrolled in the College of Education who demonstrate financial need and who possess a minimum 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale.

Tony Cole, Jr. Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to full-time undergraduate students who graduated from West Point High School in Cullman, Alabama, in the top ten percent of their class and who are majoring in education. Second preference is given to graduates of high schools in Cullman County who graduate in the top ten percent of their class and are majoring in education.

Dr. Margaret Adeline Coleman Endowed Memorial Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the College of Education.

Laura and James Condra Endowed Scholarship

First priority of consideration is given to full-time undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the College of Education. Second priority of consideration is given to students who demonstrate financial need.

Ralph W. Cowart Memorial Scholarship

Scholarships from this fund are awarded to full-time education students who are legal residents of Pike County, Alabama. Financial need is a consideration, second to overall qualifications, citizenship, and leadership.

Helene DeBlanc Crow Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to students enrolled in the College of Education who demonstrate financial need, although not necessarily as defined by federal guidelines.

Dr. and Mrs. W. Donald Crump Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to students who have earned an associate degree or the equivalent at an Alabama community college, have initiated plans to transfer to The University of Alabama, and are planning to pursue a degree in the College of Education, which will lead to teacher certification. It is the donor’s intent that applicants shall be selected on the basis of demonstrated academic excellence, leadership, and commitment to teaching and must submit 100-word essay describing their commitment to teaching. Notification of the scholarship and application procedure shall be sent to each community college in Alabama as deemed appropriate by the standing scholarship committee of the College of Education.

Dana B. and W. Anthony Davis III Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to undergraduate students in the College of Education.

Betty B. and Edward L. Englebert Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to students enrolled full-time in the College of Education who are pursuing bachelor’s degrees in secondary education in the area of science, math, English, social science, or foreign language; master’s degrees in counseling; or doctorates in administration. Recipients are selected based on scholarship, leadership, and potential for success, with preference given to those who graduated from public high schools in Alabama. To the extent permitted by law, priority of consideration for graduate students pursuing doctorates in administration is given to female students.

Sally Booth Eisenhower Endowed Scholarship

Priority of the award is given to full-time students who demonstrate financial need, and who intend to pursue degrees in the College of Education.

Dr. Edward H. Cleino Endowed Scholarship

Full-time graduate or undergraduate students who are enrolled in a music education program in the College of Education and who demonstrate academic achievement. Students must possess a 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale to be eligible for this award. Uses for the fund may include, but not be limited to, tuition, fees, instruments, equipment, books, or private lessons.

Finley – Crews Endowed Scholarship for Teacher Education

Priority is given to residents of Clay, Coosa, or Randolph Counties who specialize in math or the sciences, who have been accepted into the Teacher Education Program within the College of Education, and who have a 3.0 to 4.0 grade point average.

James Harris Fitts Endowed Scholarship

Scholarships from this fund are awarded to students under the age of 23 years of age who teach in Alabama or who plan to teach in Alabama.

Charles S., Jr. & Lucile Roberts Fletcher Endowed Scholarship

Scholarships from this fund are awarded to full-time students in education, preferably studying elementary education, with priority for the award given to graduates of public high schools in Baldwin County, Alabama, and second priority to graduates of other Alabama high schools; renewable.

Matthew Frazier Memorial Scholarship in Special Education

Priority of consideration given to rising seniors (undergraduate) majoring in special education in the College of Education who plan to pursue careers as special education teachers, with additional preference given to those students who plan to work with the severely and profoundly disabled.

Guy Gilliland Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Priority for the award is given to students with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, who have been accepted into the Teacher Education Program, or the equivalent, and who intend to pursue a degree in Special Education. Applicants are graduates of public or private high schools in Tuscaloosa County. The selection committee may consider financial need.

Mary M. & Lee W. Gregg Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to full-time undergraduate students who are enrolled in the College of Education and who are pursuing a degree through MAP (the Multiple Abilities Program). Recipients are selected on the basis of intellectual qualifications. Consideration is given to students with financial needs.

Harold E. Greer Sr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to incoming freshmen who are graduates of public high schools in the city of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, possess a minimum grade average of “B,” and plan to pursue a career in teaching. Second priority of consideration is given to third and fourth year students already enrolled in the teacher education program in the College of Education who are graduates of public high schools in the city of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and possess a minimum grade average of “B.” Among all qualified applicants, financial need is also a consideration.

Doctors Catherine C. and George W. Hansberry Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to students enrolled in the College of Education at The University of Alabama.

George William Hansberry, MD, Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to students enrolled in the College of Education at The University of Alabama.

Jim & Ann Hayes Endowed Scholarship

Priority for the award is given to students pursuing degrees in the College of Education.

Joanna S. Hodgkins Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to undergraduate students in the College of Education who show potential for success. It is the donors’ intent that the endowment earnings be used to support students who have faced hardships in their lives or who may not otherwise be able to attend college due to financial need; renewable.

Rufus Wiley Hollingsworth Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Scholarships from this fund are awarded to deserving full-time students in education. Priority for the award is given to graduating high school seniors in Fayette county, Alabama, or from Winfield High School, in Marion County, Alabama, who intend to enter the teaching profession.

Paul and Ann Hubbert Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration shall be given to: a. Incoming freshman students who resided in an Alabama county prior to attending The University of Alabama, are in the top 25% academically of their high school graduating class, are full-time students pursuing a degree to become certified teachers in the College of Education, and who demonstrate financial need, although not necessarily as defined by federal guidelines. b. Current undergraduate students who resided in an Alabama county prior to attending The University of Alabama, have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale, are full-time students pursuing a degree to become certified teachers in the College of Education, have not received or are not currently receiving educational assistance from The University of Alabama and who demonstrate financial need, although not necessarily as defined by federal guidelines. c. Current undergraduate students who have received or currently receive an award from this fund, have maintained a grade point average of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale, and are full-time students pursuing a degree to become certified teachers in the College of Education.

Kathleen Patrick Hughes Endowed Scholarship in Education

First priority of consideration is given to graduates of Holt High School or Paul W. Bryant High School who are enrolled in the College of Education. Second priority of consideration is given to students who are enrolled in the College of Education and are members of the Kappa Delta Sorority. Third Priority of consideration is given to students enrolled in the College of Education.

James C. Inzer, Jr. /Alabama Power Endowed Scholarship

full-time students enrolled in undergraduate study in the College of Education at the University of Alabama. Such recipients must demonstrate academic aptitude and be graduates of an Alabama high school.

Shelley and Tom Jones Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to rising juniors in the College of Education who are majoring in elementary education and possess a 3.5 or higher grade point average on a 4.0 scale.

Earl W. and Ruth Killian Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to outstanding full-time students enrolled in the College of Education who are majoring in kinesiology, physical education teacher education, or exercise and sport science.

George & Billie Layton Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to full-time juniors or seniors in the College of Education who possess a 3.25 or higher grade point average on a 4.0 scale. Among qualified applicants, the deciding factor is financial need.

Thomas G. McDonald Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to full-time junior or senior students enrolled in the College of Education who are pursuing undergraduate degrees in secondary/high-school education with a major in English language arts and who have demonstrated academic merit by possessing a 3.0 or higher grade point average on a 4.0 scale.

Mary Emma Key McKinley Endowed Scholarship

Early Childhood/Elementary Education undergraduate major.

Kathy Neugent Mouron Scholarship

Priority of consideration shall be given to (undergraduate) full-time students in the College of Education who are majoring in special education, possess a 3.0 or greater GPA on a 4.0 scale, and demonstrate financial need, although not necessarily as defined by federal guidelines.

Hazel K. Nabors Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration shall be given to undergraduate students enrolled full time in the College of Education who desire to become teachers.

Henry Lloyd O’Mary Endowed Education Scholarship

First priority of consideration shall be given to incoming freshmen who possess a minimum ACT score of 30 or a comparable score on the SAT counterpart; renewable (min. 3.0 GPA). Because Henry Lloyd O’Mary and Ethel M. O’Mary Boshell grew to maturity in the secondary schools of Walker and Winston counties in Alabama and appreciate the need for quality teachers in the region, the donor desires that second priority of consideration be given to incoming freshmen from Walker and Winston counties. It is the donor’s desire that the scholarships help attract students to courses of study in the College of Education that lead to a degree in secondary education.

Helen and Pat O’Sullivan Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to undergraduate students enrolled in the College of Education

Joan and Wray Pearce Endowed Scholarship in Education

Priority of consideration is given to students who are enrolled in the College of Education, have a minimum of a “B” grade average, have demonstrated good citizenship, and have financial need, although not necessarily need as defined by federal guidelines.

Sandra Hall Ray Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to full-time undergraduate students in the College of Education who transferred to the University from an Alabama public community college and possess a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale.

Retired Faculty Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration shall be given to full-time undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the College of Education who demonstrate financial need, although not necessarily as defined by federal guidelines, and whose academic records indicate a high probability of success. Additional preference shall be given to those students who are descendants of retired faculty members of the College of Education.

Gordon and Ann Rosen Endowed Education Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to full-time juniors or seniors in the College of education who demonstrate financial need, although not necessarily need as defined by federal guidelines. It is the donor’s desire that the recipient demonstrate a clear intention to pursue a career as a professional public school educator.

William E. Sexton Endowed Scholarship

Scholarship awards are given to undergraduate or graduate students who intend to pursue a degree in the College of Education.

George S. & Betty B. Shirley Endowed Scholarship in Special Education

The award is given preferably to junior-level students pursuing a degree in the special education program or its equivalent.

Ann and Patience Stevens Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to outstanding female students with majors in the Department of Kinesiology who possess a 2.0 or higher grade point average on a 4.0 scale. Awards are made based on scholarship, interest, service to the Department of Kinesiology, and financial need, although not necessarily need as defined by federal guidelines.

Floyd M. Zeigler and Julia Zeigler Sutton Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to students enrolled in the College of Education. Preference is given to students who are studying special education.

Strings in Schools Endowed Scholarship in Music Education

Priority of consideration is given to students who have been accepted into the upper division Teacher Education Program in Music Education within the College of Education and who demonstrate financial need, although not necessarily need as defined by federal guidelines. Recipients shall have as their principal instrument one of the following: violin, viola, cello, or string bass. It is the donors’ desire that recipients shall have participated in the Strings in Schools program and have graduated from a high school within the Tuscaloosa City School System. Additionally, the scholarship may be renewable for each of the subsequent years of a recipient’s undergraduate education provided the scholarship committee deems a recipient’s performance and academic progress satisfactory, and provided the recipient remains enrolled in the Teacher Education Program in Music Education in the College of Education.

TCI Companies Choice Award in Education Endowed Scholarship

Priority is given to undergraduate or graduate students from the state of Alabama, enrolled in the College of Education who intend to teach. Recipients have demonstrated their ability to see potential in and/or inspire others through community service or personal experience. Applicants also submit a short essay on having inspired others.

The Treobye Britton Utsey Endowed Scholarship

Priority of consideration shall be given to students majoring in elementary education at The University of Alabama, with first preference being given to residents of Choctaw County, Alabama, and second preference to residents of other Alabama counties.

Anne C. Witt Endowed Music Education Scholarship

Priority of consideration is given to full-time undergraduate students who are majoring in music education at The University of Alabama. Each student must already be admitted into the Teacher Education Program (TEP), possess a 3.0 or higher grade point average on a 4.0 scale, be in good standing with the University, express a commitment to completing the requirements for a music education degree, complete a written application, provide a current college transcript, and complete an essay stating the reasons for wanting to teach music. Essays will be evaluated on the basis of spelling and grammar, as well as depth of thinking and commitment. The scholarship selection committee named herein may consider financial need, although not necessarily need as defined by federal guidelines. The purpose of the scholarship is to recognize and reward highly motivated deserving students who are pursuing music education degrees. Scholarship recipients will be referred to as Witt Music Education Scholars.