All Student Aid

George H. (1949) and Janet L. Allamong Scholarship Fund
Established by George H. Allamong and Janet L. Allamong, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

David P. ’77 and Jennifer C. Alldian Scholarship
Established by David P. ’77 and Jennifer C. Alldian; awarded to worthy and promising students.

Frederic S. Almy Sr. Scholarship Fund
Created by the son of Mr. Almy, in memory of "a man who did not have the opportunity to attend college," to be awarded to a deserving and financially needy student.

Ruth C. Apple Scholarship Fund
Ruth C. Apple Scholarship Fund: Established by members of the Apple family of Sunbury, Pennsylvania, to honor their mother. To be awarded to promising but needy students, with a preference to those from Snyder, Union, or Northumberland Counties in Pennsylvania, especially those with skills and aspirations in the performing arts.

Nelson P. Arigo ’43 Scholarship Fund
Established by Henrietta Arigo in memory of her husband, Nelson P. Arigo.

Dean B. Armold, Class of 1929 Endowed Scholarship
Awarded to one or more worthy and promising students in need of scholarship funds.

Dean B. Armold Scholarship Fund
Established by Dean B. Armold ’29, to be awarded to a highly qualified scholar involved in extracurricular activities, with emphasis on academic excellence.

Richard A. Arms Scholarship Fund
Created by the Class of 1924 in memory of the chair of the mathematics department (1920 –1963), to be awarded to a worthy student.

Gertrude and Albert Bachman and Albert Eric Bachman ’58 Endowed Scholarship
Awarded to one or more worthy and promising students, with preference given to students majoring in French, music (B.A.) or psychology.

Dr. Joseph B. (1901) and Rena L. Baker Scholarship Fund
Established by the Woman’s General League of Gettysburg College for a needy and deserving student in the music department.

William Balthaser (1925) Scholarship Fund
Created from a bequest by William Balthaser, to be awarded to needy and promising students.

The William K. Bane ’38 Scholarship
Created by Walter A. Dubovick ’38 in memory of his friend and classmate killed in WWII. Awarded to a first-year student and continued up to four years, if the recipient maintains a satisfactory grade point average. The scholarship can also be awarded to a sophomore, junior or senior.

Dr. Ray Alfred Barnard (1915) Scholarship Fund
Established by Dr. Barnard, to be awarded to a male student from the Central Pennsylvania Synod who is preparing for the Lutheran ministry.

Rev. Sydney E. Bateman (1887) Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a needy ministerial student.

The Milton T. and Catherine K. Becker Family Endowed Scholarship Fund
Established in appreciation of the education of their son, Donald T. Becker ’67, and grandchildren, Richard T. Becker ’97 and Jasmin Becker ’91, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students in need of scholarship funds.

Admiral William W. Behrens Jr. Scholarship Fund
Established by the family of Admiral William W. Behrens (Hon’74), to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students entering the final year of undergraduate study and preparing for a career in public service.

Henry S. Belber II Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a first-year student and may be continued up to four years; preference is given to individuals who engage in extracurricular activities

Belt Hess–Quay Scholarship Fund
Created by Effie E. Hess Belt (1898) in commemoration of several relatives. First preference is given to a member of Grace Lutheran Church, Westminster, Maryland; second preference to any other resident of Carroll County, Maryland, who is pursuing theological studies at the College; and third preference is given to any deserving student.

Helen A. Giles and James B. Bender Scholarship Fund:
Awarded on the basis of need and ability; preference is given to residents of Adams County, Pennsylvania, majoring in economics and/or management.

Jesse E. Benner (1907) and Minerva B. Benner Scholarship Fund
Awarded to worthy students, preferably preministerial students.

The Timothy D. Betterly ’81 Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established by Joanne F. Betterly '80, in loving memory of Timothy D. Betterly, a member of the Class of 1981, cherished husband of Joanne F. Betterly, Class of 1980; and devoted father of Samantha, Class of 2012 and Christine, Class of 2015. This gift recognizes the Betterly family legacy at Gettysburg College and serves as a lasting tribute to Tim who lived life to the fullest and touched countless lives along the way.

Gareth “Lefty” Biser Endowed Scholarship
Established by friends in honor of “Lefty” Biser. Awarded to one or more worthy and promising students working towards a degree in health sciences.

Burton F. Blough Scholarship Fund
Established by a former trustee to aid needy and deserving students.

Jean Aument Bonebrake Presidential Scholarship Fund
Established by Roy Bonebrake (1928) in memory of his wife, to be awarded to promising and worthy students in need of scholarship aid; preference is given to students who possess exceptional academic abilities and outstanding promise.

Harry F. Borleis (1925) Scholarship Fund
Awarded to needy and deserving students.

John Z. Bowers, M.D. (1933) and Akiko K. Bowers (LHD 2003) Endowed Scholarship
Established by Dr. Akiko K. Bowers (LHD 2003). Awarded to worthy and promising students. Two-thirds are given to pre-med students who demonstrate academic excellence in pursuit of their studies. If no students meet those qualifications, the scholarship can be awarded to students majoring in biology, chemistry, physics, biochemistry, computer science, mathematics, psychology, environmental sciences, or other sciences that may be developed in the future. One-third is given to students in Japanese studies who demonstrate academic excellence.

Charles E. Bowman (1925) Scholarship Trust Fund:
Awarded to needy and deserving students.

Elsie Paul Boyle (1912) Scholarship Fund
Established by Elsie Paul Boyle, to be awarded to a needy and worthy student, with preference given to a Lutheran from Weatherly, located in Carbon County, Pennsylvania.

Henry T. Bream (1924) Scholarship Fund
Created by alumni and friends of the College in honor of Henry T. Bream, professor of health and physical education, 1926 –1969, to be awarded to a needy and deserving male scholar participating in extracurricular activities.

James H. (1960) and Mary Jane (1960) Brenneman Endowed Scholarship Fund
Established by James H. Brenneman, former member of the Board of the Trustees of the College, and his wife, Mary Jane, in honor of their daughter Kathleen (1984), and son Stephen (1987), to be awarded annually to needy and deserving students.

Lavern H. Brenneman (1936) Scholarship Fund
Established by Lavern H. Brenneman (1936), former chair of the Board of Trustees of the College, and his wife, Miriam, in honor of their son, James (1960); daughter-in-law, Mary Jane (1960); granddaughter, Kathleen (1984); and grandson, Stephen (1987). Awarded annually to needy and deserving students.

Randall Sammis Brush (1973) Memorial Scholarship Fund
Created by family and friends in memory of Randall Sammis Brush, to be awarded to a needy and deserving student particularly proficient in the study of history.

The Neil and Jen Bryant ’82 Scholarship
Established by Neil and Jen Bryant, members of the Class of 1982; awarded to a promising student who has demonstrated sustained participation in a physically oriented co-curricular activity; and who is pursuing a major in one of the following: Anthropology, Art & Art History, Civil War Era Studies, Music, English, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, or Theater Arts.

Edward B. Buller (1923) Scholarship Fund
Created by the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, Pearl River, New York, and friends in honor of the Rev. Edward B. Buller, to be awarded to a deserving student; preference is given to a student from Good Shepherd congregation.

Bryan M. Bunning Memorial Scholarship
Established by Thomas J. Scalici ’86 and his wife, Amy McGavern Scalici ’86, in memory of Thomas’s fraternity brother, who died in 1987; awarded to worthy and promising students.

H. Edgar (1924) and M. Helene Bush Scholarship
Awarded to deserving persons in need.

The William A. and Anne D. Cannell Endowed Scholarship
Awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

The John Kenley and Marian Alice Wendler Carr Endowed Scholarship Fund in Physics
Established by John Kenley Carr ’50 as a memorial tribute to Marian Alice Wendler Carr; the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy and promising students majoring in Physics.

Dr. Shu-Sing and Y. May Chang Scholarship Fund
Established by Dr. Shu-Sing and T. May Chang; the scholarship is restricted to worthy and promising students majoring in Chemistry or Physics.

Dr. Anthony G. Ciavarelli (1913) Scholarship Fund
Established by Dr. Anthony G. Ciavarelli, to be awarded annually to a student (or students) who demonstrates superior character, industry, serious academic purpose, and financial need. Preference is given to a student preparing for the medical profession.

Suzanne Elizabeth Clark Memorial Scholarship
Established in loving memory of Suzanne Elizabeth Clark ’01, by her mother, Lynn Clark Rinkus; her brother and sister-in-law, Jeffrey and Jamie Clark; and her sister and brother-in-law, Laurie and Carmine Frumiento, with additional gifts from family and friends.

Class of 1903, George S. Rentz Memorial Fund
Created to support the College scholarship program.

Class of 1913 Scholarship Fund
To be awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1915 Scholarship Fund
To be awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1916 Scholarship Fund
To be awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1917 Schmucker-Breidenbaugh Memorial Scholarship Fund
To be awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1918 Scholarship Fund
To be awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1920 Scholarship Fund
To be awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1921 Scholarship Fund
To be awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1925 Scholarship Fund
To be awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1927 Scholarship Fund
To be awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1933 Scholarship Fund
Preference is given to students who, beyond academic and personal qualifications, are descendants of members of the Class of 1933.

Class of 1934 Scholarship Fund
To be awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1936 Scholarship Fund
To be awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1937 Scholarship Fund
Preference is given to students who intend to enter a field of service focused on developing greater understanding between our nation and other parts of the world and majoring in political science, economics, or history.

Class of 1938 Scholarship Fund
To be awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1939 Scholarship Fund
Established in honor of past President Dr. Henry W. A. Hanson and former Dean Dr. Wilbur E. Tilberg.

Class of 1943 Scholarship Fund
To be awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1944 Scholarship Fund
Dedicated to classmates who lost their lives in World War II.

Class of 1945 Scholarship Fund
To be awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1949 Scholarship Fund
Established with contributions to the College in celebration of their 50th reunion in 1999.

Class of 1971 Scholarship Fund
Preference is given to students who exemplify the qualities of sincere scholarship, extracurricular interests, and commitment to community service.

Class of 1973 Endowed Scholarship
Awarded annually to a male and female on an equal basis according to the guidelines established by the Board of Trustees.

Class of 1974 Scholarship Fund
Awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Class of 1993 Scholarship Fund
Preference is given to a student from the Gettysburg area.

Class of 1994 Scholarship Fund
Established as a tribute to the life of Paul Leary, a classmate killed in the summer of 1993. Awarded to a current student who demonstrates financial need and self-initiative in meeting that need by working, preferably in a work-study program.

Class of 1995 Scholarship Fund
Preference is given to students participating in service-learning projects.

The Christopher J. Clifford ’98 Scholarship Fund
Established by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Clifford in loving memory of Christopher J. Clifford ’98. Awarded to worthy and promising students, with preference given to qualified students who are members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity or residents of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

The Marjorie E. and Raymond J. Coleman Endowed Scholarship Fund
Established by Jane L. Coleman, M.D., and Richard Whittington, M.D., in honor of Dr. Coleman’s mother, Marjorie MacRitchie Coleman, and in memory of her father, Raymond J. Coleman Jr., both members of the Class of 1949; awarded to an outstanding senior majoring in psychology.

Bill Cosby Scholarship
Established by the Trustees of Gettysburg College to honor Dr. Bill Cosby, the 1997 Gettysburg College Commencement speaker. Awarded with preference to students from the greater Philadelphia area or those with a particular interest in becoming teachers.

Christopher M. Cowan Scholarship Fund
Established by David J. Cowan and M. Deborah Larsen Cowan in loving memory of Christopher M. Cowan. To be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students with preference to students majoring in environmental studies.

John M. and Katherine Stroehmann Crane Scholarship Fund
Established by Katherine Stroehmann Crane, Class of 1942, the scholarship is awarded to worthy and promising students.

Ernst M. and Agnes H. Cronlund Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established in memory of Ernst Magnus and Agnes Hoffsten Cronlund by their children Ernest and Shirley, Eleanor, Martin ’29 and Rebecca, Raymond ’33 and Lillian. Awarded to needy and promising students.

William C. and Helen H. Darrah Scholarship Fund
Established by the Department of Biology in honor of William C. and Helen H. Darrah, to be awarded to a promising student majoring in biology.

Frank L. Daugherty (1922) Scholarship
Established by Frank L. Daugherty, to be awarded to a deserving York County resident who would otherwise be unable to attend Gettysburg College. Recipient is selected by the College.

The Kermit H. (1932) and Mary B. Deardorff Endowed Scholarship Fund
Awarded to one or more promising students in need of scholarship funds. First preference is given to students from Adams County, PA.

Anita Conner Derry and Thomas James Faulkener Memorial Scholarship Fund
Created by Ellis Derry ’39 and Peggy Derry, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students. First preference is given to the family or descendants of Anita Conner Derry or Thomas James Faulkener, then to students majoring in mathematics, computer science, or physical sciences.

W. K. Diehl (1886) Scholarship Fund
Created by Norman E. Diehl in memory of his father, W. K. Diehl, D.D., to be awarded to needy and deserving students.

Dr. M.D. and Rosalie B. Diner Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established by Jesse H. Diner ’69 in memory of his parents; awarded to students who are preparing for the dental profession or majoring in the sciences.

Robert and Mary Duelks Scholarship Fund
Established by Robert '77 and Mary Duelks; the scholarship is awarded to worthy and promising students.

The Richelle Renza Dwight Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established by Richard A. Renza Sr. ’67, in memory of his daughter, Richelle Renza Dwight ’95, with additional gifts from family and friends; awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Daniel G. Ebbert Family Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a first-year student, and may be continued up to four years.

Chris Ebert (1965) Memorial Fund
Established in memory of Chris Ebert by his father and mother. Awarded annually to a needy student. First preference is given to a student pursuing a career in teaching or majoring in mathematics, and/or participating in extracurricular activities; second preference is given to a student studying for the ministry.

Charles L. “Dutch” Eby (1933) Scholarship Fund
Established by the family and friends of Charles L. Eby, to be awarded to needy students. Preference is given to students who, beyond academic and personal qualifications, are residents of south-central Pennsylvania and have demonstrated leadership ability through active participation and excellent performance in extracurricular activities.

Ehrhart Family Scholarship Fund
Established by Kenneth W. Ehrhart ’46 in memory of his father, Rev. Kenneth Ehrhart ’25, and in honor of those members of the Ehrhart family who attended Gettysburg College, Rev. Carl Ehrhart ’47, Rev. Richard Ehrhart ’46, Sidney Ehrhart ’50, and David Ehrhart ’62. Awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Jacob C. Eisenhart and Rosa Bott Eisenhart Scholarship Fund
Established by the J. C. Eisenhart Wall Paper Company, to be awarded to a deserving Lutheran preministerial student.

Dwight D. Eisenhower Scholarship Fund
Established by the Eisenhower Society in honor of the thirty-fourth President of the United States, a former resident of the community of Gettysburg and a friend and trustee of the College. Awarded to needy students who exemplify superior qualities of honesty, integrity, and leadership. Additional monies have been contributed to the fund through the R. M. Hoffman Memorial Scholarship Fund.

Eisenhower Leadership Scholarship Fund
Awarded to class valedictorians and salutatorians, presidents of the student council, and other leaders.

Margaret Eichman Ellis ’49 Scholarship Fund
Established by Richard C. Ellis '52, the scholarship is restricted to students majoring in management.

Emigh Family Scholarship Endowment Fund
Established by Harry G. Emigh, Class of 1949. Awarded to one or more worthy and promising students; preference is given to students from Maryland.

Eppleman Family Scholarship
Established by Mr. Robert G. Eppleman, Class of 1955, in loving memory of his life partner, Minnie, and in celebration of the many members of the Eppleman family who have attended Gettysburg College; the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy and promising students, with preference given to alumni legacies who are involved in extracurricular activities.

Robert B. and Helen M. Esterly Scholarship Fund
Established from estate of Helen M. Esterly, awarded to qualified students with an interest in history, especially Civil War, or students preparing for the ordained ministry.

Clarence A. Eyler (1880) and Myrtle B. Eyler Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a worthy Lutheran preministerial student.

Lorraine N. and Walter A. Feldman Memorial Scholarship
Established by Dr. Arthur M. Feldman in memory of his parents, Lorraine N. and Walter A. Feldman; awarded to worthy students enrolled at Gettysburg College.

Annie C. Felty Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Dr. Robert H. Fischer '39 and Edna Mae Black Fischer '41 Scholarship
Established by Susan Fischer Wade and Edna Mae Black Fischer, Class of 1941; the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

H. Keith Fischer Scholarship Fund
Awarded to one or more worthy and promising students; preference is given to premedical students or to social or natural sciences or mathematics majors.

H. Keith and Dorothy S. Fischer Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a first-year student, and may be continued up to four years. Preference is given to premedical students or students majoring in natural science.

Alan S. Fischer (1929) Scholarship Fund
Established by Marian Fischer Hammer ’30 and Robert H. Fischer ’39 in honor of their brother, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students; preference is given to mathematics or computer science majors.

Paul Mark Fisher Scholarship
Established by Margaret S. and Wallace E. Fisher; the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Edward J. Fisher, III Scholarship Fund
Established by Vivian M. Fisher; the scholarship is awarded to deserving students.

Wilbur H. Fleck (1902) Memorial Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a graduate cum laude of the Protestant faith of the Wyoming Seminary.

William C. Foster and John P. Lo Presti Scholarship Fund
Established by Daria Lo Presti Foster '76; the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Fourjay Foundation Scholarship Fund
Awarded to declared management majors or to students who express a high degree of interest in management or related fields and demonstrate academic excellence, leadership, and need.

Donald D. Freedman, M.D. (1944) and Richard S. Freedman, D.V.M. (1973) Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a junior or senior, with preference given to students pursuing the study of medicine, dentistry, or veterinary medicine and participating in extracurricular activities.

Sarah Mason Fryling ’42 Memorial Scholarship
Established by Robert H. and Patricia G. Fryling; awarded to worthy and promising students with preference to students studying mathematics, computer science, and the physical sciences.

The Galbraith Family Scholarship
Established by John C. and Jeanne M. Galbraith P'11; the scholarship is awarded to historically under-represented groups, with preference to students from western Pennsylvania.

David Garbacz (1964) Scholarship Fund
Established by Gerald G. Garbacz and his family, to be awarded to students who, beyond academic and personal qualifications, pursue a major in economics.

Dr. Daniel F. Garland (1888) Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a deserving ministerial student.

Richard W. Gaver (1966) Memorial Scholarship Fund
Created by Dr. and Mrs. Leo J. Gaver in memory of their son, to be awarded to a worthy student. Preference is given to a premedical student.

Gettysburg College Alumni Association Scholarship Fund
Formerly the Gettysburg College Alumni Loan Program of 1933. The Gettysburg College Alumni Association Scholarship Fund was established in 1984. Awarded annually; preference is given to sons or daughters of alumni in accordance with criteria established by Gettysburg College.

Lorna Gibb Scholarship Fund
Established by the Gibb Foundation in memory of the Foundation’s founder, to be awarded to needy students who have demonstrated good academic ability, as well as a willingness to contribute to the Gettysburg College campus community in other ways.

Warren B. (Class of 1937) and Helenor C. Gilbert Family Endowed Scholarship Fund
Established by Warren B. Gilbert '37 and Helenor C. Gilbert; the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

W. Kent Gilbert III and Elizabeth C. Gilbert Endowed Scholarship
Established by W. Kent Gilbert III ’41 and Elizabeth C. Gilbert ’41. Awarded to student(s) preparing for the ordained ministry in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America or its successor, demonstrating academic excellence, leadership, and need.

Warren B. Gilbert (Class of 1937) Chemistry Scholarship Fund
Established by Warren B. Gilbert ’37, awarded to one or more worthy and promising students majoring in or intending to major in chemistry.

Benson C. Gingrich ’68 Scholarship
Established by Charles E. Gingrich and Eleanor T. Gingrich in memory of their son, Benson C. Gingrich ’68.

Millard E. Gladfelter (1925) Scholarship Fund
Established by Millard E. Gladfelter, to be awarded to first-year students and may be continued up to four years; preference is given to students from York County, Pennsylvania.

William L. and Philip H. Glatfelter Memorial Scholarship
Established by Elizabeth G. Rosenmiller, to be awarded to a first-year student. May be continued up to four years.

Anne M. and Philip H. Glatfelter III Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established by a grant from the Anne M. and Philip H. Glatfelter III Family Foundation in memory of the couple for whom the foundation is named.

Dr. and Mrs. James E. Glenn Scholarship Fund
Created by J. Donald Glenn ’23 in memory of his parents, to be awarded to a worthy student preparing for the Christian ministry or the medical profession.

Harold H. Gobstein Memorial Scholarship Fund for American History and Civil War Era Studies
Established by Harvey Kaylie in memory of Harold H. Gobstein, his dear friend - and the father of Deborah Gobstein Rabinowitz, Class of 1978; the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy and promising students majoring in or intending to major in History with preference to American History and especially those interested in Civil War Era Studies.

Bruce S. Gordon ’68 Endowed Scholarship
Established by former Trustee Bruce S. Gordon ’68, to be awarded, according to the guidelines established by the Board of Trustees, to one or more students from historically underrepresented groups at Gettysburg College.

Gordon-Davis Linen Supply Company Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a deserving student.

Windom Cook Gramley (1904) Scholarship Fund
Established by Theresa M. Gramley in memory of Windom Cook Gramley, to be awarded to a worthy and promising student.

Grand Army of the Republic Living Memorial Scholarship Fund
Created by the Daughters of Union Veterans, to be awarded to a needy and deserving student, preferably the descendant of a Union veteran.

Harry L. and Pauline M. Graybill Scholarship
Established from the estates of Harry L.’24 and Pauline M. Graybill; preference is given to students from York County, Pennsylvania.

Dr. H. Leonard Green Scholarship Fund:
Established by the family and friends of Dr. H. Leonard Green, to be awarded to worthy and promising students. Preference is given to students majoring in religion or philosophy.

Norman M. and Eleanor H. Gross Scholarship
Established from the estates of Norman M. and Eleanor H. Gross, to be awarded to students of high scholastic standing.

Ida E. Grover Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Charles Gruber '15 and Charles Gruber, Jr.'42 Endowed Scholarship
Established by Charles Gruber, Jr. '42 as a memorial to his father, Charles Gruber '15, valedictorian of the Class of 1915; awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Carol E. Haaland Scholarship
Established by Dr. Gordon A. Haaland, family, and friends in loving memory of Carol E. Haaland, wife of Dr. Gordon A. Haaland (the College’s 12th president), as a lasting tribute to Mrs. Haaland for her deep connection and many contributions to the Gettysburg College community; awarded to one or more senior women with demonstrated leadership abilities through College student organizations.

Merle B. and Mary M. Hafer Scholarship Fund
Established by Merle B. Hafer, to be awarded to a deserving student, preferably one preparing for the Christian ministry.

Paul R. Haldeman ’67 Endowed Scholarship Fund
Established by Paul R. Haldeman ’67, to be awarded to worthy and promising students. Preference is given to individuals majoring in management or economics and who express an interest in entrepreneurial studies.

John Alfred Hamme (1918) Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a deserving student.

Dr. Carl A. Hanson, President Emeritus, Gettysburg College, 1961–1977 Scholarship Fund:
Established by Anne Keet Hanson, in honor of her husband, Dr. Carl A. Hanson.

Dr. C.A. Hanson and Anne Keet Hanson Endowed Scholarship for the Arts:
Established by Anne Keet Hanson, awarded to worthy and promising students, with first preference given to students who major in art and/or music or the theatre arts.

Dr. C. Arnold Hanson and Anne Keet Hanson Scholarship Fund in American History
Established by Anne Keet Hanson in honor of Dr. Jean S. Holder, Dr. Leonard I. Holder, Dr. Gabor S. Boritt, and Elizabeth L. Boritt in recognition of their devotion and dedication to Gettysburg College. Preference shall be given to worthy and promising students who have demonstrated a scholarly interest and achievement in American history and specifically the Civil War.

Marie H. Harshman Scholarship Fund
Created by Marie H. Harshman, to be awarded to a Lutheran student preparing for the ministry. Preference is given to a student who intends to enroll at the Gettysburg Lutheran Seminary.

Henry M. Hartman Jr. (1938) and Audrey Harrison Hartman (1940) Scholarship Fund
Established by Henry M. Hartman Jr. as a memorial in honor of Audrey Harrison Hartman, to be awarded to a student majoring in chemistry or biochemistry.

Hartranft-Dean Scholarship Fund
Established by Mary Alice Hartranft-Dean, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Adam and Martha Hazlett Scholarship Fund
Established by Mrs. Adam J. Hazlett, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Robert W. Hemperly (1947) Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established in memory of Dr. Hemperly by Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Easley. Awarded to one or more needy students of high academic ability and outstanding personal qualifications; preference is given to a student preparing for a career in medicine or dentistry.

Herman-Chronister Endowed Family Scholarship Fund
Established by Karen Chronister Leader ’73 in memory of Martha Herman Chronister ’38, awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Milton S. Hershey Scholarship Fund:
Established by A. John Gabig (1957). Awarded to one or more students who are graduates of Milton Hershey School or Hershey High School, Hershey, PA, who show financial need and demonstrate good character and leadership qualities.

Harvey A. Hesser (1923) and Dorothy M. Hesser Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a needy and worthy student.

The Doreen H. and William C. Heyman ’74 Endowed Scholarship
Established by William C. Heyman ’74, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Hicks Utterback Family Scholarship Fund
Established by Harry K. and Phyllis H. Utterback, to be awarded to a first-year student and may be continued up to four years.

Edgar L. Hildebrand (1928) Scholarship Fund
Established by Louis O. Hildebrand as a memorial to his son Edgar L. Hildebrand, to be awarded to worthy students.

Rev. Clinton F. Hildebrand Jr. (1920) and Mrs. Clinton F. Hildebrand Jr. Scholarship Fund
Awarded to aid worthy preministerial students.

Pearl Hodgson Scholarship Fund
Established by the Woman’s League of Gettysburg College in honor of Pearl Hodgson, to be awarded annually to needy and deserving students.

Dean W. Hollabaugh Scholarship
Awarded to one or more students who merit financial assistance.

Wade F. Hook Scholarship Fund
Established as a lasting tribute to the late Dr. Wade F. Hook; the scholarship is awarded to students who have attended the Summer Search San Francisco Partnering School and wish to enroll at Gettysburg College.

Houtz Family Scholarship Fund
Established by Kenneth H. Houtz, to be awarded to a first-year student intending to major in the sciences; may be continued up to four years.

Ralph Eugene Hummel Scholarship
Established by Ralph Eugene Hummel ’49; awarded to one or more students who have declared a major in history.

Harry Raymond and Kathryn Viola Hummel Endowed Scholarship
Established by R. Eugene Hummel ’49, in honor of his parents; awarded to a worthy and promising student.

Arthur D. Hunger Sr., M.D. (1910) Scholarship Fund
Established by Arthur D. Hunger Jr. ’39 and Josephine T. Hunger ’40 in honor of Arthur D. Hunger Sr. Awarded to a junior or senior who demonstrates academic excellence and leadership and who is studying for a medical, dental, veterinary, or biological research profession.

Linda Kronen Ireland (1971) Endowed Scholarship
Established by Linda Kronen Ireland, Class of 1971, the scholarship is awarded to worthy and promising students enrolled at Gettysburg College. The donor prefers, but does not exact, that on making awards from this Fund, first preference is given to female students of high academic achievement who intend to major in Management or Economics.

Louise Jacobs Scholarship Fund
Established by Louise Jacobs, Class of 1961; the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy and promising students, with strong preference to females, with further preference to those majoring in or intending to major in Biology, Environmental Studies, or other sciences, and especially those who intend to study abroad or who have studied abroad.

The John F. Jaeger ’65 Scholarship Fund
Established by John F. Jaeger ’65, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students who major in biology, biochemistry/molecular biology, chemistry, physics, environmental studies (science track), psychology, or health sciences (allied health sciences).

The Jaeger Family Scholarship
Established by John F. Jaeger ’65, to be awarded to one or more promising students in need of scholarship funds.

Robert H. Janke (1948) Scholarship
Established by Dr. Robert H. Janke ’48 and his brother, Paul J. Janke P’80 P’82; awarded to one or more students who have demonstrated superior scholastic achievement and outstanding personal qualifications; first consideration given to students in Lansdale, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

Paul J. Janke Endowed Scholarship
Established by Paul J. Janke P’80 P’82; awarded to worthy and promising students with first preference to students from the Lansdale, North Penn area of Pennsylvania.

Herbert Jesser Scholarship Fund
Established by the estate of Herbert Jesser ’40.

The Robert S. Jones Endowed Scholarship
Established by Robert S. Jones ’65; awarded to students who demonstrate outstanding leadership through participation in campus activities, such as campus government, social organizations, and extracurricular activities.

Robert H. and Marilyn A. Joseph Scholarship Fund
Established by Robert H. '69 and Marilyn A. Joseph; the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Janet Smith Kain Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established by Eugene H. Kain ’69 with his sister, Patricia A. Kain ’67, along with other family members, in memory of their mother, Janet Smith Kain ’41. Awarded to worthy and promising students.

The Kallin Family Scholarship Fund
Established by Robert and Victoria Kallin P'12, the scholarship is awarded to worthy and promising students.

Dr. and Mrs. Leslie M. Kauffman Scholarship Fund
Created by Dr. Leslie M. (1890) and Nellie G. Kauffman, to be awarded to a deserving student. Preference is given to students from Franklin County, Pennsylvania, or preministerial or premedical students.

Spurgeon M. Keeny and Norman S. Wolf Scholarship Fund
Established by Dr. Spurgeon M. Keeny ’14 and his son, Spurgeon M. Keeny Jr., in honor of the Reverend Norman S. Wolf. Awarded to one or more worthy students.

Hon. Hiram H. Keller (1901) Scholarship Fund
Created by Mr. Keller, a former trustee, to be awarded to needy and worthy students. Preference is given to students from Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

Grace C. Kenney Endowed Scholarship
Funded by Grace Kenney’s friends and former students, to be awarded to a needy and deserving female student who participates in extracurricular activities.

Kershner Psychology Scholarship
Established from the estates of Alan M. Kershner ’27 and his wife, Mary Kershner, to be awarded to students majoring in psychology. The scholarship honors the memory of Mary Culp Kershner, Louise Kershner, Helen Swoope Kershner, and Elnathen Motter Kershner, the wife, sister, and parents, respectively, of the donor. Alan Motter Kershner, Class of 1927, is the grandson of the Rev. Jacob Brewer Kershner, Class of 1858.

Alvin Ray Kirschner Scholarship Fund
Established by Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Kirschner in memory of their son, who lost his life in World War I. Awarded to two students; preference is given to applicants from Hazleton, Pennsylvania, and vicinity.

Klette Scholarship Fund
Established by Dr. Immanual Klette ’39 and friends in honor of Mrs. Margaret Klette, to be awarded to a student (or students) whose activities evidence an innovative accomplishment and potential in the promotion of human betterment.

Kathleen M. and Samuel W. Knisely (1947) Scholarship Fund
Established by Dr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Knisely, to be awarded to students majoring in, or intending to major in, biology or chemistry who show promise for contributions to their chosen field of study.

Rev. Frederick R. Knubel (1918) Memorial Scholarship Fund
Created by John McCullough ’18 in memory of his classmate, to be awarded to an outstanding senior ministerial student with financial need.

Charles L. Kopp (1909) Scholarship Fund
Created by Grace Shatzer Kopp, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students majoring in the humanities.

Harry V. and Helen A. Krug Endowed Scholarship
Established from the estate of Harry V. Krug ’31; to be awarded to a worthy and promising preministerial student.

Lewis Franklin Laird (Class of 1929) Endowed Scholarship Fund
Established by Susan L. Robinson, daughter of the late Lewis F. Laird ’29, awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis F. Laird (Class of 1929) Endowed Scholarship Fund
Established by Lewis F. Laird '29, awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Bernard S. Lawyer (1912) Scholarship Fund
Awarded to needy and deserving students. First preference is given to members or former members of St. Mary’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Silver Run, Maryland; second preference is given to members or former members of Evangelical Lutheran Churches in Maryland and Pennsylvania.

Clarence Gordon and Elfie Leatherman Scholarship Fund
Established by the Leathermans, to be awarded to a deserving pre-ministerial student.

The Legros–Mastovich Family Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established by John T. Mastovich ’79, with Joseph Shaffer, Judith Shaffer-Aarabi, Martin Mastovich, and Denise Mastovich-Whitford, in loving memory of their parents, Thomas Mastovich and Virginia Deschamps-Mastovich; to be awarded to worthy and promising students.

Rev. H. J. H. Lemcke (1860) Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established by Ruth Evangeline Lemcke in memory of her father, to be awarded to worthy male students who are graduates of Pennsylvania secondary schools.

Rev. Justus H. Liesmann (1930) and Mardelle Tipton Liesmann (1932) Scholarship Fund
Established by Mrs. Mardelle Liesmann, to be awarded to a first-year student and may be continued up to four years.

Bruce and Lynda Limpert Endowed Scholarship
Awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

The Logan-Hohman Family Scholarship Fund
Established by Helen J. Hohman ’75 and Margaret Logan Hohman ’39 in memory of A. Charles Hohman ’40 and Rev. William Armour Logan ’10; awarded to worthy and promising students.

Frank M. Long (1936) Memorial Scholarship Fund
Created in memory of Frank M. Long, to be awarded to worthy students.

Kenneth C. Lundeen (1966) Scholarship Fund
Established by James and Diana Topper in honor of Kenneth Lundeen, to be awarded to one or more deserving and promising students who may be in a prelaw curriculum.

The Lutheran Brotherhood Fund for Lutheran Students
Established by The Lutheran Brotherhood, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising Lutheran students who demonstrate financial need.

William and Marilyn MacCartney Family Endowed Scholarship
Established by Michael Alan Berk and Kerry MacCartney Berk in tribute of Kerry M. Berk’s parents’ lifelong encouragement of scholarship, initiative and leadership. Awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

MacPherson Scholarship
Established by the Foundation, to be awarded to residents of Adams County, Pennsylvania, or Carroll County, Maryland.

James Eugene ’16 and Ralph ’22 Mahaffie Scholarship Fund
Created by Ralph Mahaffie ’22 in honor of his brother James Eugene Mahaffie ’16, to be awarded to worthy and promising students.

The Mahinka-Casper Family Scholarship
Established by Stephen Paul Mahinka P'10 and Nancy M. Casper P'10, the parents of Alexandra K. Mahinka '10; the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Francis E. and Wilda P. Malcolm Family Scholarship Fund
Established by Ann B. Malcolm ‘71, to be awarded to a first-year student and may be continued up to four years.

Charles H. May (1904) Scholarship Fund
Created by Mr. May, to be awarded to deserving male students from York County, Pennsylvania.

Charles B. McCollough Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund
Created by Charles B. McCollough ’16 and Florence McCollough in memory of their son, and by H. R. Earhart in memory of his grandnephew. Awarded to one or more worthy male students.

Robert McCoy Scholarship Fund
Established by the family and friends of Robert McCoy, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

William R. McElhiney (1936) Scholarship Fund
Created by William R. and Pauline McElhiney, to be awarded to needy and deserving students who demonstrate an interest in the College band and choir.

Michael J. McTighe Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established by his wife, Carolyn L. Carter, family members and friends, to be awarded to a first-year student. Preference is given to first-generation college students and/or students whose enrollment at Gettysburg College would increase the racial and ethnic diversity of the student population.

Dorothy Rudolph Mechling and Allen Fred Mechling Scholarship
Established from the estate of Dorothy Rudolph Mechling ’44, awarded annually to “worthy and promising students” who have graduated from high school within the top ten percent of their class. One award is designated for a premedical student, another for a pre-ministerial student, and three for any other major in the liberal arts.

Dr. John E. Meisenhelder (1897) Scholarship Fund
Established by Dr. Meisenhelder, to be awarded to a deserving student.

Jane S. Melber (1983) Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established by Theodore W. and Lucile M. Melber in memory of their daughter, to be awarded to worthy and promising students for the study of music in Great Britain.

Forrest L. Mercer (1908) Scholarship Fund
Created by Forrest L. Mercer, to be awarded to a deserving and needy student.

Carl S. '40 and Lois J. Miller Endowed Scholarship Fund
Established by Dr. Carl S. '40 and Lois J. Miller; the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

J. Elsie Miller (1905) Scholarship Fund
Created by Mr. Miller, to be awarded to a preministerial student.

Carl F. and Dorothy Miller Scholarship Fund
Established by the Carl F. and Dorothy Miller Foundation, to be awarded to a student pursuing accounting or a science-related course of study.

Rev. William J. Miller (1903) Scholarship Fund
Established by Mary Willing Miller, to be awarded to worthy young persons. Preference is given to students preparing for the Lutheran ministry and especially to those from Tabernacle Evangelical Lutheran Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Robert H. Miller (1938) and Paul D. Miller (1940) Brazilian Scholarship Fund
Awarded to one or more needy and worthy students. First reference is given to a student wishing to study in Brazil for a semester or a year; second preference is given to a Brazilian student entering as a firstyear student, who graduated from either the Escola Americana, Rio de Janeiro, the Escola Graduada de Sao Paulo, or Pan American Christian Academy.

Miller-Dewey Scholarship Fund
Created by the Rev. Adam B. Miller (1873), to be awarded to a deserving student.

Louis R. Mizell and Clare S. Mizell Scholarship Fund
Established by Louis R. Mizell ’38 and Clare S. Mizell, to be awarded annually to worthy and promising students. Preference is given to deserving students who come from Montgomery County, Maryland, and/or who participate in extracurricular activities.

M. Scott and Margaret A. Moorhead Scholarship Fund:
Awarded to a student with a strong interest in music; preference is given to a student with interest to continue piano or organ instruction.

Seth Morris 9/11 Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established in loving memory of Seth Morris, proud father of Kyle Morris, a member of the Class of 2016; cherished husband of Lynn Morris-Piccolo; and dear, longtime friend of Mark Piccolo. Seth, a devoted father of three who touched many lives, perished in the World Trade Center attack on September 11, 2001. This gift serves as a lasting tribute to Seth's kindness and generosity, and his strong belief in living life to the fullest.

Charles D. Moyer (1957) Scholarship Fund
The income from a fund contributed by Charles D. Moyer, his family, and friends is awarded to worthy and promising students in need of scholarship aid. Preference is given to students who can contribute to the ethnic and intercultural environment of the College.

Anna Jane Moyer Scholarship Fund
Established by Anne Keet Hanson in memory of her husband, Dr. C.A. Hanson, President Emeritus, to honor Anna Jane Moyer, retired librarian, and the library staff, awarded to worthy and promising senior students who have maintained at least a 3.0 average in their major after their junior year and who have demonstrated an interest and ability in conducting scholarly research.

John E. Mumper (1930) Memorial Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a needy and worthy first-year student, and may be continued up to four years.

Andrew Lee Muns Memorial Scholarship
Established by Dr. Mary Lou Taylor, Mr. Frank Muns, and Mr. Thomas A. Muns, in loving memory of their brother, Andrew Lee Muns, a 1965 graduate of Gettysburg College. Preference is given to students majoring in chemistry, biology, biochemistry/molecular biology, or related sciences.

Musselman Scholarship Fund
Established by the Musselman Foundation, to be awarded to a deserving student; preference is given to sons or daughters of employees of the Musselman Fruit Product Division, Pet Incorporated.

Arthur B. Myers and Marion V. Myers Scholarship Fund
Awarded to needy and deserving students of good moral character.

Albert C. and Linda Neumann Endowment Fund
Established by Albert C. Neumann ’64, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students. Preference is given to students with an interest in pursuing a career in the health sciences.

John Spangler Nicholas (1916) Scholarship Fund
Created by John Spangler Nicholas, to be awarded to a member of the junior or senior class of sterling character and high intellectual ability in the field of biology, preferably zoology.

Henry B. Nightingale (1917) Scholarship Fund
Awarded to worthy students who have successfully completed their first two years at the College.

Patrick F. Noonan (1965) Scholarship Fund
Established by Patrick and Nancy Noonan, to be awarded to one or more needy and worthy students. Preference is given to the student or students who are majoring in management and have demonstrated leadership ability through active participation and excellent performance in extracurricular activities.

Charlotte L. Noss Scholarship Fund
Established by Charlotte Noss, to be awarded to a needy and deserving woman student from York County, Pennsylvania.

Edward J. Nowicki Jr. (1935) and Christine M. Nowicki Scholarship Fund
Awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

John P. O’Leary Jr. (1969) and Pamela O’Leary (1969) Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a worthy and promising student.

Paul F. Olinger (1922) and Anna E. Olinger Scholarship Fund
Created by Gertrude Olinger, to be awarded to one or more needy and worthy students.

Nellie Oller and Bernard Oller Memorial Scholarship Fund
Created by Ida R. Gray in memory of her daughter and son-in-law, to be awarded to a deserving student; preference is given to a Lutheran applicant from Waynesboro, Pennsylvania.

One in Mission Scholarship Fund
Established by the One in Mission Campaign of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, to be awarded to worthy and deserving students; preference is given to students who are Lutheran.

Lovina Openlander Scholarship Fund
Awarded to needy and deserving students.

The John K. Orr Endowed Scholarship
Established by John K. Orr ’70; awarded to one or more worthy and promising undergraduate students with special needs due to one or more disabilities.

Robert A. Ortenzio ’79 Scholarship Fund
Established by Robert A. Ortenzio ’79, preference is given to worthy students who have demonstrated excellence and leadership in one or more extracurricular activities.

Thomas O. Oyler Scholarship Fund
Created by Thomas O. Oyler Sr., and his wife, Janet B. Oyler, in honor of their children, Thomas O. Oyler Jr., Jane A. Oyler, Jerome P. Oyler, William J. Oyler ’77, and Susan T. Oyler ’85, to be awarded to a deserving Pennsylvania student whose major is management or German, with elective courses in the other field of study.

C. Eugene Painter Scholarship Fund
Established by C. Eugene Painter ’33, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students; preference is given to students majoring in chemistry.

Steven E. Parker ’73 Endowed Scholarship
Awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Lillian M. and William H. Patrick Jr. (1916) Scholarship Fund
Created by William H. Patrick Jr., to be awarded on a competitive basis to students with musical ability, who demonstrate financial need.

C. Gloria Paul Scholarship Fund
Awarded to graduates of Weatherly Area High School who have financial need.

Willard S. Paul Scholarship Fund
Established by friends of the College on the occasion of President Paul’s retirement. Awarded to a deserving student.

The Mary A. and Rufus D. Paul Endowed Scholarship Fund
Established by Dr. Ronald L. Paul ‘59 and Jane N. H. Paul, including gifts in memory of Dr. Paul’s parents, Mary A. Paul and Rufus D. Paul. Awarded to an entering first-year student and continued up to four years, if the recipient maintains a satisfactory grade point average and satisfactorily progresses toward a baccalaureate degree.

Martin L. Peters (1913) and Martin F. Peters (1937) Scholarship Fund
Created by Martin F. Peters, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

James D. Pickering and Charles H. Glatfelter Endowed Scholarship Fund
Established by Anne Keet Hanson in memory of her husband, Dr. C.A. Hanson, President Emeritus, to honor Dr. James D. Pickering and Dr. Charles H. Glatfelter, distinguished professors and former Deans of the Faculty during Dr. Hanson’s tenure as President. Preference shall be given to worthy and promising junior or senior students majoring in history or English who have maintained at least a 3.0 average after their sophomore year.

Jeffrey Pierce Memorial Scholarship
Established by Theodore W. and Pauline D. Pierce, in memory of their son Jeffrey D. Pierce, awarded to one or more worthy and promising students with preference given to students from the Northampton and Lehigh County in Pennsylvania and Warren County in New Jersey.

Earl G. Ports (1923) Scholarship Fund
Established by Horace G. Ports (1925) in memory of his brother, to be awarded to a worthy student, preferably in the field of physics.

Dr. William F. Railing Scholarship Fund
Established by Jean D. Seibert '69 P'06 and K. Wade Seibert P'06 to honor Dr. William F. Railing, Professor Emeritus of Economics and former Department Chair, who for over four decades inspired and educated Gettysburg College students as an expert in the field of Economics; the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Jennifer M. Railing, LL.B Scholarship Fund
Established by Jean D. Seibert '69 P'06 and K. Wade Seibert P'06 to honor Jennifer M. Railing LL.B, former instructor of Business Law, who for decades educated, mentored, and inspired female undergraduates at Gettysburg College with her legal expertise; the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Dr. and Mrs. William F. Railing Endowed Scholarship Fund
Established by Dr. and Mrs. William F. Railing, the scholarship will be given to a rising senior economics major of high academic achievement, in need of scholarship funds, who has made positive contributions to the College community and/or the Gettysburg community.

Dr. and Mrs. Carl C. Rasmussen Scholarship Fund
Created by the Reverend Carl C. ’12 and Alma I. Rasmussen, to be awarded to a deserving student. Preference is given to a student preparing for the ministry in the Lutheran Church.

David W. Raymond (1967) Endowed Scholarship
Awarded to one or more worthy and promising students. Preference given to students who express an interest in attending law school or are majoring in history, political science, economics, management, English, sociology, or psychology.

Allison '50 and Virginia Saul '51 Reese Memorial Scholarship
Established by Allison '50 and Virginia Saul '51 Reese, the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Rev. Clay E. Rice (1911) Scholarship Fund
Established by Minnie Catherine Rice in honor of her husband, Rev. Clay E. Rice, to be awarded to a student preparing for the ministry.

John S. and Luéne Rice Scholarship Fund
Established by Ellen F. and Luéne Rice, to be awarded to students of exceptional academic ability and outstanding promise of contributions to the College.

James A. Rider Scholarship Fund
Established by James A. Rider, to be awarded to worthy and deserving students in financial need. First preference is given to dependents of active employees of Thermos Industries, Inc., of Raleigh, North Carolina; second preference is given to students who compete in extracurricular activities; and third, to students who may be orphans.

Janet Morgan Riggs '77 Scholarship Fund
Established by the Board of Trustees of Gettysburg College, in celebration of the Inauguration of Janet Morgan Riggs '77 as the fourteenth president of Gettysburg College; awarded to one or more worthy and promising students who major in psychology.

Steven P. Riggs Music Scholarship Fund
Established by Patricia C. Chamberlain, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students, preferably members of the Gettysburg College Choir.

Clarence B. Rogers Jr. Endowed Scholarship Fund
Established by the Equifax Foundation to honor Clarence B. “Jack” Rogers Jr. ’51 for his years of leadership at Equifax. Awarded to one or more worthy and promising students who exhibit high motivation and excellent academic achievement and who qualify for Presidential Scholarships based on merit. Preference is given to students with demonstrated interest in public service.

The Carlene and Randolph Rose ’73 Endowed Scholarship Fund
Awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Russell S. Rosenberger, Sr. and Betsey Ross Rosenberger Scholarship Fund
Established by Russell S. Rosenberger, Sr., in recognition of the need and importance of scholarship support to strengthen the leadership of Gettysburg College in education; the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy and promising students with preference to students participating in an education certification program.

Lawrence E. Rost (1917) Scholarship Fund
Established by Jeanne Preus Rost in memory of her husband, Lawrence E. Rost, to be awarded to deserving students. First preference is given to descendants of Charles A. Rost, Red Lion, York County, Pennsylvania.

Philip P. Rudhart Scholarship Fund
Created by Emma Bennix in memory of her brother, to be awarded to deserving male students.

Rudisill Scholarship
Established through the estate of Stephen C. Rudisill in memory of his father, Henry Donald Rudisill ’28, and his uncles, Ralph Edward Rudisill ’10, Andrew Earl Rudisill ’16, Harold Becker Rudisill ’20, and Carroll Solomon Moul Rudisill ’29; to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Mary Sachs Scholarship Fund
Established as a memorial to Mary Sachs, to be awarded to a needy and deserving student; preference is given to a student in management whose interests are in retailing.

Grace Durboraw Sahle ’33 Endowed Scholarship Fund
Created by Knute Sahle ’35 as a lasting memorial to his late wife, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Charles Samph Jr. Scholarship Fund
Established by the friends and family of Charles Samph Jr., to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students. Preference is given to students involved in the campus Greek system and who major in mathematics.

Andrew C. Schaedler Foundation Scholarship
Established as a memorial to Andrew C. Schaedler, to be awarded to worthy and needy students from central Pennsylvania who graduated from a high school located in Dauphin, Lebanon, Cumberland, York, Franklin, Lancaster, Perry, Mifflin, Adams, Northumberland, or Huntingdon Counties.

Page M. (1924) and Abigail Schildnecht Endowed Scholarship
Established by Sandra Schildnecht Gorman ’57 with a gift from the estate of Abigail Schildnecht. First preference is given to a qualified student who is pursuing a course of study in pre-medicine.

Jeffrey M. Schissler (1971) Scholarship Fund
Established by Melvin and Greta Schissler, to be awarded to a worthy and promising student. First preference is given to a student majoring in Theatre Arts; second preference, to a student majoring in English.

Calvin L. Schlueter Scholarship Fund
Created by Calvin F. Schlueter, to be awarded to needy and promising students.

Scholarship for Community Service Leadership
Established by Kenneth C. Lundeen, to be awarded to a first-year student and may be continued up to four years. Preference is given to students who demonstrate an active interest in voluntary community service.

The Jacquelyn S. Scott Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established by Charles ’77 and Janette ’77 Scott; awarded to worthy and promising students.

Brent Scowcroft Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a needy and deserving student.

The Robert G. Seaks Scholarship
Established by Terry G. Seaks to honor the memory of his father, an alumnus of Gettysburg College. Awarded to one or more worthy and promising students who exemplify the academic excellence of Robert G. Seaks, Class of 1931, whose outstanding record earned him Class Honors and election to Phi Beta Kappa.

Gregory Seckler (1965) Memorial Scholarship Fund
Created by Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Arnold Sr. in memory of Gregory Seckler, to be awarded to a deserving student. Preference is given to an English major.

Senior Scholarship Prize
Established by the Class of 1996, to be awarded to one male and one female junior advancing to the senior year who best exemplify the College through academics and service to the community.

Ralph E. Sentz (1949) Scholarship Fund
Created by Ralph E. Sentz and his wife, Veronica, to be awarded to needy and deserving students. Preference is given to those with disabilities.

J. Douglas Shand Endowed Presidential Scholarship
Established by J. Douglas Shand to support a student who has attained at least sophomore status and who plans to major in psychology.

The Peter Jay Sharp Foundation Scholarship
Established by Norman Peck and the directors of the Peter Jay Sharp Foundation for qualifying science students.

Samuel Shaulis (1954) Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established by Barry B. Wright ’55 and other friends and family of Samuel Shaulis, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students. Preference is given to students who, beyond other academic and personal qualifications, have a special interest in extracurricular activities.

Joseph T. Simpson/Dwight D. Eisenhower Scholarship Fund
Established by the friends and colleagues of Joseph Simpson, to be awarded to needy and worthy students. Preference is given to those students with exceptional leadership ability.

The Jessica Weaver Smith (Class of 1927) Family Endowed Scholarship
Established by Jessica Weaver Smith, Class of 1927, from her estate, awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Ronald James Smith (1972) and Diane (Werley) Smith (1973) Endowed Scholarship Fund
Established by Ronald James Smith '72 and Diane Werley Smith '73, the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy and promising students, restricted to students majoring in science.

Edgar Fahs Smith (1874) Scholarship Fund
Created by Margie A. Smith in honor of her father, Edgar Fahs Smith, to be awarded to a student recommended by the Department of Chemistry.

Robert D. Smith Endowed Scholarship
Established by friends and former students of Robert D. Smith ’59, in recognition of the impact he had on the lives of countless Gettysburgians. Awarded to a worthy and promising student.

George Wellington and Lucy Herr Smith Scholarships
A bequest from the estate of Lucy Herr Smith; George Wellington Smith was a member of the Class of 1924.

Alethea J. Snyder ’73 Endowed Scholarship
Established by Alethea J. Snyder ’73, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students. First preference is given to individuals who maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher.

Jane Hillegass Snyder '69 and L. James Snyder '69 Endowed Scholarship
Established by Jane Hillegass Snyder '69 and L. James Snyder, Jr.'69, in recognition of the excellent liberal arts education they received during their years at Gettysburg College, with first preference given to qualified students who intend to major in a discipline of the Humanities.

Albert E. Speck (1927) Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a first-year student, and may be continued up to four years.

Mary Ann Ocker Spital Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a qualified male student.

Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Scholarship
Established by the Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation, the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy students who are "eager for an education and recognize the virtues of working for what they receive."

Edward J. Stackpole Scholarship Fund
Created by the friends of General Stackpole, to be awarded to a deserving student, Preference is given to a student in American history interested in the Civil War.

Arthur Kistler Staymates Scholarship Fund
Established by Mildred C. Stine, to be awarded to one or more needy and worthy students. First preference is given to students preparing for careers in the ministry or education; second preference, to students from Frederick County, Maryland.

Bruce R. Stefany ’71 Scholarship
Awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Rev. Milton H. Stine (1877) and Mary J. Stine Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established by Dr. Charles M. A. Stine ’01 in memory of his parents, to be awarded to a pre-ministerial student.

Earl K. Stock Scholarship Fund
Created by Earl K. Stock ’19, to be awarded to one or more needy and deserving students.

Robert (1933) and Betty Stockberger Scholarship Fund
Awarded to needy and promising students.

William H. and Kathleen A. Stone Endowed Scholarship
Established by William H. Jr. '69 and Kathleen A. Stone

Strine-Manners Scholarship Fund
Established in honor and memory of Howard H. Strine, M.D. ’24, Virginia Manners Strine, Dana Whitman Manners, and Elizabeth Manners. Awarded to two or more worthy and promising students.

F. Stroehmann Scholarship Fund
Established by the family of F. Stroehmann, to be awarded to one or more needy and deserving students.

Dr. J.H.W. Stuckenberg Scholarship Fund
Created by Dr. Stuckenberg, to be awarded to a qualified student.

Surdna Foundation Scholarship Fund
Established by the Surdna Foundation, to be awarded to students of exceptional academic ability and outstanding promise of contributions to the College.

Rev. Viggo Swensen (1931) and Martha Swensen Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a first-year student, and may be continued up to four years.

Warren L. Swope (1943) Scholarship Fund
Created by Warren L. Swope, a career diplomat, to be awarded to a qualified student. Preference is given to students of American parentage who have spent a significant portion of their precollege years abroad.

James I. ’52 and Louise C. ’56 Tarman Scholarship
Established by James I. ’52 and Louise C. ’56 Tarman; awarded to worthy and promising students.

Raymond A. Taylor (1937) Scholarship Fund
Established by Dr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Taylor, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Lucille I. and James R. Thomas Scholarship
Established by Lucille I. and James R. '53 Thomas, the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

William J. (1929) and Ruth Krug Thomas (1928) Scholarship Fund
Created by the Thomases in gratitude for the contribution the College has made toward the enrichment of their lives, to be awarded to worthy students, preferably English majors.

Colonel Walter K. Thrush Fund
Established by Edna L. Thrush in memory of her husband, Walter K. Thrush ’19, to be awarded to a student who is a member of ATO Fraternity studying in the field of engineering.

Robert and Donna Tillitt Scholarship Fund
Established by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tillitt, to be awarded to one or more needy and deserving students who have an interest in music.

William F. and Barbara M. Tyree Endowed Scholarship
Established by William M. Tyree ’73, to be awarded to a worthy and promising student. First preference is given to a well-rounded student who excels both in and out of the classroom and who is from Long Island, New York.

The Uniacke Family Scholarship
Established by Kaysie Pate Uniacke '83, the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Martin L. Valentine (1912) Scholarship Fund
Created by Martin L. Valentine, to be awarded to a needy and deserving student majoring in chemistry.

Lloyd Van Doren Scholarship Fund
Established by Tempie Van Doren, to be awarded to one or more needy and deserving students.

Linda Eckard Vilardo Scholarship
Established by Rev. Dr. Ralph E. and Betty J. Eckard, in honor of their daughter, Linda Eckard Vilardo ’79, to be awarded to worthy and promising students. Preference is given to students who major in political science or world history.

John H. von der Lieth Memorial Musical Scholarship Fund
Established through a gift to the ELCA Foundation of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, by Mrs. von der Lieth in memory of her husband. To be awarded to needy and deserving students who are studying music. Preference given to those studying organ or piano.

John H. von der Lieth Music Endowed Scholarship Fund
Established by John von der Lieth and Helen L. von der Lieth. Awarded to worthy and promising students, with first preference given to students of high achievement who major or minor in music.

Parker B. Wagnild Scholarship Fund
Created by alumni and friends of the Gettysburg College Choir, to be awarded to needy and deserving music students.

Parker B. and Helen D. Wagnild Music Scholarship Fund
Established by Helen D. Wagnild, to be awarded to worthy and promising music students.

John G. Walborn (1937) Scholarship Fund
Created by John G. Walborn, to be awarded to needy and deserving students. Preference is given to students majoring in economics or management.

The Waldron Family Scholarship Fund
Established by Richard J. Waldron '73, in recognition of the excellent education provided to the Donor and his son, Cory Benjamin Waldron '09; the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy and promising students with preference given to a psychology and/or political science major.

Clayton D. (1948) and Anne Ilgen Warman (1948) Endowed Scholarship Fund
Awarded to one or more worthy and promising students who are in need of scholarship funds.

Stuart Warrenfeltz Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established by Ethel Warrenfeltz McHenry in memory of her son Stuart Warrenfeltz, to be awarded to a worthy young man. Preference is given to students from Funkstown, Washington County, Maryland.

Mary Wartluft Endowed Scholarship Fund
Established by LaVerne Wartluft Troutman ’55 in memory of her mother, Mary Wartluft.

Anthony J. Wasilewski Endowed Scholarship
Established by Anthony J. Wasilewski ’76, to be awarded to worthy and promising students. Preference is given to students majoring in mathematics or the physical sciences.

Dr. Rufus B. Weaver (1862) Scholarship Fund
Created by Dr. Weaver, to be awarded to deserving students.

Rev. David Sparks Weimer and Joseph Michael Weimer/Dwight D. Eisenhower Scholarship Fund
Created by Mrs. Ralph Michener, daughter and sister of David and Joseph Weimer, to be awarded to needy and worthy students.

Senator George L. Wellington Scholarship Fund
Established by Mr. Wellington, to be awarded to a deserving Lutheran preministerial student.

Paul B. and Mary E. Werner Scholarship Fund
Created by Paul and Mary Werner, to be awarded to a preministerial student; preference is given to students from Glen Rock, Pennsylvania, or York County, Pennsylvania.

Richard C. Wetzel Scholarship Fund
Created by Richard C. Wetzel, to be awarded to a deserving and needy student.

Thomas C. and Janet R. Wheeler Scholarship for International Students
Established by Thomas C. '70 and Janet R. '70 Wheeler, the scholarship is awarded with preference to one or more worthy and promising students, with primary preference for students from Denmark, Norway, England, Scotland, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Kenya, South Africa, Botswana, Jamaica, Bermuda, St. Croix, and Canada, and with secondary preference given to international students from any other country.

The Barbara Turner White ’74 and Bruce Murray White Endowed Scholarship
Established by Barbara Turner White ’74, to be awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Stella Moyer Wible (1927) Scholarship Fund
Established by Helen A. Moyer, to be awarded to worthy and promising students with an outstanding record of academic achievement.

Bertram M. Wilde Scholarship Fund
Established by members of the family of Bertram M. Wilde, to be awarded to worthy and promising students. Preference is given to students who have demonstrated superior character and industry, as well as diverse interests and active participation in extracurricular and academic affairs.

Helen J. Winkelmann Scholarship
Established by Jean D. Seibert ’69 P’06 and K. Wade Seibert P’06 in honor of Helen J. Winkelmann, Senior Biology Laboratory Instructor, who for over three decades has educated and inspired Gettysburg College biology students; awarded to one or more worthy and promising students with preference given to a student majoring in biology.

Jeremiah A. Winter and Annie C. Winter Memorial Scholarship Fund
Created by Amelia C. Winter in memory of her parents, to be awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Charles W. Wolf 1934 Scholarship Fund
Established by David ’68 and Jennifer LeVan to honor the life and many contributions of Attorney Charles W. Wolf (1912–2001); awarded to worthy students from Adams County, Pennsylvania, who are enrolled at Gettysburg College. A prominent native son of Adams County, Wolf was a 1934 graduate and a trustee emeritus of the College, a former attorney to President Dwight David Eisenhower, and founder of The Eisenhower Society.

Frank A. and Judith R. Wolfe Scholarship
Established by Frank A. Wolfe ’62 and his wife, Judith R. Wolfe; awarded to worthy and promising students.

Woman’s League Scholarship Fund
Established by the Woman’s General League of Gettysburg College, to be awarded to needy and promising students.

Barry B. Wright Sr., '55 Scholarship Fund
Established by Barry B. Wright, Sr. '55, the scholarship is awarded to one or more worthy and promising students, with preference for students who are well rounded through participation in extra-curricular activities.

Peter W. Wright Scholarship Fund
Established by Lt. Col. Peter W. Wright, USAF (RET), to be awarded to one or more worthy students. Preference is given to students who have an interest and involvement in extracurricular activities and are member s of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity.

Yocum Family Scholarship
Established by James H. Yocum, to be awarded to one or more deserving students.

The Martha M. Yocum Scholarship Fund
Created by Dr. Ronald H. Yocum ’61, to be awarded to a junior or senior majoring in chemistry or biochemistry with an overall grade point average of 2.85 and a minimum grade point average in their major of 3.0.

John T. Ziegler, DDS, ’52 Pre-Dental Endowed Scholarship
Established by John T. Ziegler ’52; awarded to one or more worthy and promising pre-dental, medical, or veterinary students who demonstrate exceptional merit and who have demonstrated interest in attending dental, medical, or veterinary school.

Dr. John B. Zinn Scholarship in the Sciences
Established by the Class of 1941, to be awarded to talented students pursuing a science education.

John B. Zinn Scholarship Fund
Established by friends and former students of Professor John B. Zinn, former chair of the chemistry department, to be awarded to needy and promising students. Preference is given to students preparing for fields associated with the healing arts.