All Other Scholarship Aid
Aid Association for Lutherans Campus Scholarship
Makes available scholarship funds to assist needy students who hold membership with the Association. Selection of recipients is made by the College.
Frank D. Baker Scholarship
Aids worthy students in immediate need. Selection of recipients is made by the College.
Baker Center for Public Service Endowed Fund for Volunteer Service
Established by the Board of Fellows to support students participating in volunteer programs of the Center for Public Service. Special consideration is given to students who demonstrate a commitment to activism and public service.
Class of 1995 Service-Learning Project
Awarded to a student who needs financial aid to participate in a service-learning project.
Robert W. Dickgiesser Memorial Fund
Provides aid to students participating in volunteer programs of the Center for Public Service.
Dwight D. Eisenhower/Conrad N. Hilton Scholarship
Created by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation to support the tuition cost for a semester of study abroad. Scholarship is awarded competitively to a student who shows, through career aspirations and corresponding curriculum choices, an appreciation of the role that travel, global trade, and cross-cultural exchange can play in fostering international understanding.
W. Emerson Gentzler (1925) Scholarship
Established by W. Emerson Gentzler, to be awarded to deserving students, with preference given to members in good standing of one of the 4-H Clubs of York County, Pennsylvania.
Charles E. and Mary W. Glassick Scholarship Fund
Established by the Board of Trustees in honor of former President and Mrs. Glassick, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.
J. David Hair Endowed Fund for Volunteer Service
Established to support students participating in volunteer programs of the Center for Public Service.
Julius Hlubb Endowment
Created by Julius G. Hlubb ’29 to support extracurricular programs.
R. M. Hoffman Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established by Margaret L. Hoffman in memory of her father, to be awarded annually as part of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Scholarship Program.
Dean W. Hollabaugh Scholarship
Awarded to one or more students who merit financial assistance.
The Dr. Wade F. Hook Endowed Fund for Volunteer Service
Established by Malverda P. Hook and memorial gifts in thankful recognition of Dr. Wade F. Hook’s lifelong commitment to volunteerism and public service. Awarded to students with need who may not otherwise participate in volunteer programs, with preference given to students who have expressed an interest in a teaching career or Christian ministry.
Lutheran Brotherhood Lutheran Senior College Scholarship
Awarded to Lutheran students who will begin their first year of post-secondary study at Gettysburg College. Recipients are selected by Gettysburg College on the basis of scholastic achievement, religious leadership, and financial need.
Lutheran Brotherhood Members’ Scholarship Program
Established to assist Lutheran Brotherhood members attending accredited post-secondary institutions. Information is available from the Lutheran Brotherhood, 625 Fourth Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55415.
Guy L. Moser Scholarship
Established Guy L. Moser, to support grants to students from Berks County, Pennsylvania, who are majoring in history or political science and who rank in the upper third of their class. Application should be made directly to Ms. Kim M. McKeon, Hamilton Bank, P.O. Box 141, Reading, Pennsylvania 19603.
Ernest D. Schwartz (1916) Scholarship
Established in memory of Ernest D. Schwartz, to be awarded to a needy and worthy student. Recipient is selected by the College.
Clare M. Stecher Scholarship
Established by Clare M. Stecher, to be awarded to needy students from Hummelstown, Pennsylvania.
Weaver-Bittinger Classical Scholarship
Created by Rufus M. Weaver (1907), to be awarded to a needy and deserving student(s) who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. Recipients are selected by the College.
Weaver Classical-Natural Science-Religion Scholarship
Created by Rufus M. Weaver (1907), to be awarded to a deserving student pursuing a classical, natural science, or religion course of instruction. Recipients are selected by the College.
Rufus M. Weaver Mathematical Scholarship:
Created by Rufus M. Weaver (1907), to be awarded to deserving students pursuing a mathematical course of instruction. Recipients are selected by the College.195