The CHROME Scholarships are funded by the university and awarded to entering freshmen students who have participated in a certified high school CHROME club. 2011-2012 SCHOLARSHIP GUIDE FOR CONTINUING & GRADUATE STUDENTS 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 …
Awards for Entering Freshmen The Nicholas Andrasz Academic and Social Service Endowed Scholarship was established by Nicholas Andrasz to assist an entering freshman who graduated from a Virginia Beach high school. The recipient must have a minimum 3.25 grade point average, minimum 1000 combined SAT score and must have spent a considerable amount of non-paid volunteer time helping to make his/her community a better place. The Beta Sigma Phi/Alice Brewer White Memorial Endowed Scholarship is made possible by an endowment established in 1985. This award assists an entering freshman from Southside Hampton Roads. Preference will be given to students with a 3.20 grade point average and Beta Sigma Phi affiliations, including mother, grandmother or aunt. The student may also be a member of Beta Sigma Phi. Leadership ability and community involvement are factors in selection. This scholarship is renewable. The James L. Bugg Scholarship was established in 1978 by the Old Dominion University Alumni Association to honor this former university president. The award is made to an alumnus’ son or daughter who has participated in extracurricular activities and community service and displays top academic achievement. The CHROME Scholarships are funded by the university and awarded to entering freshmen students who have participated in a certified high school CHROME club. Recipients must intend to pursue a degree in engineering, mathematics, science, technology or a related field. The Claire Virginia Dabel Memorial Scholarship is funded through an endowment established by Dr. Virginia B. Newbern to assist one or more freshmen students majoring in the field of biology. The Peter G. Decker Scholarship is funded by an endowment established by Peter G. Decker and the estate of Celia Stern. This scholarship is awarded to students who graduated from the Old Dominion Lambert’s Point Summer Program and are admitted to Old Dominion University upon completion of high school. *The E. L. Hamm Endowed Scholarship was established by Edward L. Hamm Jr. to assist a student who is residing in or has resided in Norfolk Redevelopment & Housing Authority properties. The recipient must be a full-time undergraduate student who demonstrates financial need. (FAFSA) *The James W. Ingersoll Memorial Scholarships are made possible by an endowment given by the Ingersoll family, their friends and the citizens of Portsmouth, VA. These awards assist entering freshmen who demonstrate financial need and are graduates of Churchland High School in Portsmouth. (FAFSA) The James V. and Donna L. Koch Endowed Scholarship was established by the Old Dominion University Educational Foundation in 2001 to honor this former University president and his wife. This four-year scholarship will assist an incoming freshman with a minimum 3.8 grade point average, 1300 SAT score, and extracurricular involvement. The scholarship can be renewed if the student maintains eligibility criteria. The Edgar and Kathleen Kovner Scholarships for outstanding high school scholars are awarded each year to entering freshmen in the College of Engineering and Technology. The awards are based on performance in a high school curriculum that emphasized mathematics and the sciences. These scholarships are renewable for three years for recipients who remain enrolled full time in the College of Engineering and Technology and maintain a 3.00 grade point average. The A. D. Morgan Scholarships are supported by a trust established in 1968 by Dr. A. D. and Annye Lewis Morgan. The scholarships assist Old Dominion University students who are U.S. citizens and residents of the greater Norfolk area. Preference is given to members of the Freemason Street Baptist Church of Norfolk. Recipients are selected by the trustees of the scholarship fund and coordinated through the Old Dominion University Office of Student Financial Aid. *The Patricia Ann Vaughan Myers ‘57 Memorial Scholarship was established by Hugh L. Vaughan in honor of his daughter, Patricia Ann. It assists an entering freshman who is a Virginia resident and a resident of the Tidewater area. The student must demonstrate financial need, academic merit and be a full-time student under the age of 24 who lives at home. (FAFSA) Norfolk School Board Scholarships are funded by the university and awarded to ten entering freshmen graduates of Norfolk public or private schools. Students are selected based on their high school academic achievement. The award equals full in-state tuition (up to 15 credit hours per semester). Recipients are selected by the Director of Guidance of the Norfolk Public School system, in conjunction with the high school guidance counselors. Recipients may qualify for a one-year renewal of the award by maintaining a 2.50 grade point average and completing 24 academic units at the end of the first academic year…..
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