SciTech Scholarships

AVAILABLE SCHOLARSHIPS
FOR COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MAJORS


The following scholarships are awarded through the Fairmont State Foundation. To be considered you must complete a Fairmont State scholarship application. Applications are available starting 1 November of each year and the deadline for submission is 1 February each year. By completing the scholarship application, you are entering the pool for all offered Fairmont State scholarships.

Robert L. Carroll Annual Scientific Lecture Series Fund - The recipient is selected by the College of Science and Technology in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office and must be majoring in math or physics with a minimum GPA of 2.5 as demonstrate financial need.

Joyce H. Coleman Memorial Scholarship – The recipient is selected by the College of Science and Technology in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office and must be majoring in math or as a math specialist in education with a minimum GPA of 3.0.

Consol, Inc. Scholarship – The recipient is selected by the College of Science and Technology and must be majoring in Technology.

Daniel Dicken Memorial Scholarship – The recipient is selected by the East Fairmont High School Scholarship Committee and Financial Aid. S/he must be a graduate of East Fairmont HS and pursuing a 2 or 4 year Technology degree. If no qualified EFHS graduation senior qualifies, Financial Aid may recommend candidates with financial need already enrolled in technology. Preference will be given to students pursuing degrees in machine shop. The student must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and demonstrate need. The high school GPA must be a minimum 2.5 and students of Fairmont State must maintain a 2.0 GPA.

Eleanor M. Ford Outstanding Junior Scholarship – The recipient is selected by the College of Science and Technology in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office and must be a full-time student in a 4 year College of Science and Technology program. The eligible recipient will have completed at least 58 hours, entering his/her junior year and have a minimum GPA of 3.4. The winner must not be receiving any other scholarship or aid from the Foundation.

The Ernest W. Frye Outstanding Student in Computer Science – The recipient(s) is selected by the College of Science and Technology in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office and must be a junior or senior computer science major. The award is non-renewable so to be eligible the recipient must submit a scholarship application each year.

The Walter F. Philips, Jr. Scholarship – The recipient is selected by the College of Science and Technology in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office and must be majoring in engineering technology with a minimum overall GPA of 3.0.

Vincent & Catherine Sansalone Scholarship – The recipient is selected by the College of Science and Technology and must be majoring in a math or science discipline with a minimum overall GPA of 3.0. Preference is given to students of Italian American heritage. Students may be required to submit a paper describing the influences of their heritage and culture in their life.


AVAILABLE AWARDS
FOR COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MAJORS


Coleman-Cobb-Postawa Award – This recipient is selected by the College of Science and Technology. It is open to all students who apply through the scholarship process.

Eleanor M. Ford Outstanding Senior Award – The recipient is selected by the College of Science and Technology. The student must be enrolled on a full-time basis and must be graduating in May. This is a cash award and the recipient’s name will be announced at the Spring Awards Banquet.

William C. Larew Sr. Award – The recipient is selected by the College of Science and Technology and must be a student majoring in a math or science discipline with a minimum overall GPA of 2.5. Preference is given to either a graduate from Integrity Christian School, preferably from South Preston, or a graduate of Preston High School, preferably from the Newburg area.

James A. LaRue Mathematics Award – The recipient is selected by the College of Science and Technology and must be majoring in Math. This graduating senior must exhibit outstanding academic performance. The recipient will receive a cash award at the Spring Awards Banquet.

The William C. Ruoff Outstanding Senior Chemistry Award – The recipient is selected by Chemistry faculty in the College of Science and Technology. The candidate must be a graduating senior majoring in Chemistry. The recipient will receive a cash award at the Spring Awards Banquet.

Outstanding Freshman Chemistry Award The recipient is selected by Chemistry faculty in the College of Science and Technology. The candidate must be a freshman majoring in Chemistry. The recipient will receive a book and plaque at the Spring Awards Banquet.

Outstanding Senior Biology Award The recipient is selected by Chemistry faculty in the College of Science and Technology. The candidate must be a senior majoring in Biology. The recipient will receive a cash award at the Spring Awards Banquet.

Baccalaureate Achievement Awards - Technology Majors The recipient is selected by Technology faculty in the College of Science and Technology. The candidate must be a senior in a Technology  major. The recipient will receive a cash award at the Spring Awards Banquet.
 

INTERESTED IN CONTRIBUTING?
If you are interested in contributing to any of these scholarships, awards, or our general fund, please contact the Fairmont State Foundation.

 

2007 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Coleman-Cobb-Postawa Award
Megan Damm

Joyce H. Coleman Memorial Scholarship
Todd Tichenor

Consol, Inc. Scholarship
Kaylan Chapman

Daniel Dicken Memorial Scholarship

Eleanor M. Ford Outstanding Senior Award
Frank Muldoon

Eleanor M. Ford Outstanding Junior Award
Kristen Rausch

The Ernest W. Frye Outstanding Student in Computer Science
Jonathan Brill

William C. Larew Sr. Award
Kristie N. Rhodes

James A. LaRue Mathematics Award
Frank Muldoon

The Walter F. Phillips, Jr. Scholarship
Timothy Huffman

The William C. Ruoff Outstanding Senior Chemistry Award
Samuel Tenney

Vincent & Catherine Sansalone Scholarship
Adrienne Riggi