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    Goucher College
   
 
  Sep 21, 2017
 
 
    
Goucher College 2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Financial Aid



Goucher College offers a comprehensive program of need-based and merit-based financial assistance. It is designed to help families cover the difference between the amount they are able to pay and the total cost of attending Goucher, as well as to attract and retain a talented and diverse student body. In 2010-11 the college distributed $16.1 million in institutional financial aid for undergraduates. Goucher students receive financial aid awards that may include various combinations of need-based grants, merit-based scholarships, loans, and work-study opportunities. In 2010-11, approximately 80 percent of Goucher students received some form of financial aid. The average need-based scholarship and grant award was $22,921 and the average total package was $26,377.

Goucher College is a member of the College Board and embraces the principles and practices of the College Scholarship Service. The participating colleges of the service believe that financial aid should be awarded to properly qualified candidates on the basis of the financial need of students and their families, with full respect for the confidential nature of the financial data reported. In addition, the Office of Student Financial Aid is a member of NASFAA and follows the NASFAA Code of Ethical Principles and the New York and Maryland codes of conduct with respect to the processing of student loans.

Financial need is determined by subtracting the expected family contribution (EFC)—as calculated on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the CSS Profile—from the student’s total cost of attendance at Goucher. Parents, spouses, and students are expected to contribute a reasonable proportion of their income and other resources. Priority consideration for aid will be given to all U.S. citizens and eligible noncitizens who apply by the established deadlines. International students who are not permanent residents of the United States are not eligible for government assistance but are considered for institutional merit-based scholarships and, on a limited basis, for institutional need-based grants. International students interested in being considered for institutional need-based aid must complete the College Board International Student Financial Aid Application.

The financial-aid package typically includes a self-help component made up of a job and/or loan, as well as need-based and/or merit-based grant assistance. Financial aid is awarded for one year only and must be renewed annually. Students awarded a merit-based Global Citizens Scholarship or Transfer Merit Award may hold only one such award per academic year. Winners of Rosenberg, Wilhelm, Mahoney, Fine and Performing Arts, or Cooke Scholarships, however, may receive these merit-based awards in addition to other Goucher-sponsored merit-based scholarships up to the cost of tuition (excluding fees).

It is the intention of the Office of Student Financial Aid, subject to the availability of funds, to renew need-based aid to continuing students who are making satisfactory progress toward their degrees. However, changes in loan eligibility, household size, the number of siblings in college, and a family’s income and/or asset contribution may affect a student’s need-based financial-aid award. The requirements for renewal of institutional merit-based scholarships vary depending on the award and are detailed in the Admissions  section of the Academic Catalogue.

If a student’s family experiences a significant financial change, the circumstances should be explained in writing and forwarded to the Office of Student Financial Aid.

Financial Aid Application Instructions

Students must apply for financial aid in advance of the term for which they want to receive aid. Students who will enter in Fall 2011 must complete the application process by November 15, 2011. For students entering school in Spring 2012, the deadline is February 1, 2012. Both the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the CSS Profile may be completed electronically at www.fafsa.gov and at https://www.profileonline.collegeboard.com, respectively. International students, submit only the College Board International Student Financial Aid Application at https://profileonline.collegeboard.com

Other Required Documents

Students who are selected for verification will need to provide signed copies of their 2011 federal tax return, all pages and W-2 forms as well as their parents’ 2011 signed federal tax return, all pages and W-2 forms. The appropriate verification worksheet is also required. Additional documents may be requested.

Study-Abroad Policy for Approved Non-Goucher Programs and Procedure for Title IV Aid

Students who elect to study abroad in an approved non-Goucher program and wish to receive financial aid, must have the program approved by the Goucher Office of International Studies. A consortium or contractual agreement must be signed between both the host and home institutions. Students who complete both of these preliminary requirements may remain eligible for Federal aid programs. Institutional funds are not available. Students who elect to participate in a program that does not meet the necessary criteria are not eligible to receive Federal or institutional financial aid.

Preferred Lender Lists

Goucher does not maintain a preferred lender list. Students are strongly encouraged to thoroughly research private lenders and choose the lender that is best for their financial circumstances, if a private educational loan is necessary.

Return of Title IV Funds

If a recipient of federal Title IV aid withdraws during a period of enrollment, including enrollment in Goucher or approved non-Goucher programs, Goucher College must calculate the amount of Title IV aid the student earned. (Work-study is not included in the amount of Title IV aid earned.) Unearned federal Title IV funds must be returned to the Title IV programs by the college. The Office of Student Financial Aid is responsible for calculating earned aid. Essentially, the federal formula requires the return of Title IV aid if the student received federal financial assistance in the form of Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, TEACH Grant, Federal Perkins loan, Federal Direct Subsidized or Unsubsidized loan, Federal Direct PLUS or Federal Direct Grad PLUS loan and withdrawn on or before completing 60 percent of the semester. The percentage of Title IV aid to be returned is equal to the number of calendar days the student was enrolled (minus scheduled breaks) divided by the number of calendar days in the semester. The student will be required to repay any unearned Title IV aid.

Satisfactory Progress (All Undergraduates)

Federal regulations state that in order to maintain eligibility, students receiving federal financial aid must be making satisfactory progress toward the degree. Satisfactory academic progress consists both a qualitative (grade-based) component and a quantitative (time-related) component. Under normal circumstances, no student shall receive more than eight semesters of financial aid, except for Federal Pell Grant, the Federal Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized loans, Federal Perkins Loan, and Federal Direct PLUS loan. The criteria for continued eligibility for these federal funds are as follows for students who entered Goucher in Fall 1999 and thereafter:

  • 24 credits by the end of the first year
  • 54 credits by the end of the second year
  • 87 credits by the end of the third year
  • 120 credits by the end of the fourth year 

Credits are defined as credits toward graduation (graded + pass/no pass credits). Satisfactory progress with respect to quality of work is defined by the academic standards listed above. The 2.0 GPA minimum is required for good academic standing. Goucher is not obligated to replace lost federal funds with a Goucher grant.

Minimum Grade Point Average (GPA)

After the completion of the second year (regardless of the number of credits accrued), an undergraduate student must maintain the required cumulative GPA of 2.0 to receive federal financial aid.

Maximum Time Frame

Federal regulations state that in order to maintain eligibility, students receiving federal financial aid must be making satisfactory progress toward the degree. The maximum time frame according to Federal regulations cannot exceed 150% of the published length of the program measured in credit hours attempted. The maximum time for completion of the undergraduate degree requirements at Goucher is eight semesters. Students who take longer than eight semesters to graduate will be considered for federal financial aid for four additional semesters only. Note that institutional aid is offered for a maximum of eight semesters.

The criteria for continued eligibility for these federal funds are as follows for students entering Goucher in Fall 2000 and thereafter:

Minimum GPA

Year Credits achieved Minimum GPA to receive federal financial aid Minimum GPA to remain at the college
1 24 2.0 1.62
2 54 2.0 1.73
3 87 2.0 1.84
4 120 2.0 1.8

Students who are matriculating part time have a maximum time frame of eight years to complete the required courses to graduate from their program

Maximum Time Frame (Transfer students only)

If accepted transfer credits are less than 27, your grade level will be 1, and you will have eight semesters to complete your degree at Goucher for normal progress. If your accepted transfer credits are between 27 and 57, your grade level will be 2 and you will have six semesters to complete your degree at Goucher for normal progress. If your accepted transfer credits are between 57 and 86, your grade level will be 3 and you will have four semesters to complete your degree at Goucher for normal progress. If accepted transfer credits are 87 and above, your grade level will be 4 and you will have two semesters to complete your degree at Goucher for normal progress. Minimal progress will allow the addition of maximum of two semesters to the transfer grade level to complete the degree requirements.

Grades

Credits are defined as credits toward graduation (graded + P/NP credits). Satisfactory progress with respect to quality of work is defined by the Academic Standards listed earlier. The 2.0 GPA minimum is required for good academic standing. Withdrawals do not count towards meeting the satisfactory academic progress requirements. Once a student receives a grade for an incomplete course, their status may be re-evaluated. Goucher is not obligated to replace lost federal funds with a Goucher Grant.

Attempted Credits (all students)

Students must complete 75 percent of credits attempted each year to maintain satisfactory academic progress. Credits are defined as credits toward graduation (graded + P/NP credits). Satisfactory progress with respect to quantity of work is defined by the Academic Standards listed earlier. The 2.0 GPA minimum is required for good academic standing. Withdrawals do not count towards meeting the satisfactory academic progress requirements. Once a student receives a grade for an incomplete course, their status may be re-evaluated. Goucher is not obligated to replace lost federal funds with Goucher Grant.

Monitoring Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP), including Financial Aid Warning and Financial Aid Probation

The Office of Student Financial Aid will evaluate student’s records for SAP at the end of each semester. Students who fail to maintain SAP at the end of any semester will, on the first occasion, be automatically placed on financial aid warning, without an appeal or any other action by the student. Title IV, HEA program funds may be disbursed while a student is on financial aid warning.

If in the subsequent term, after the SAP review has been completed, it is determined that the student did not make SAP, the student may be placed on financial aid probation if the student appeals the determination and Goucher determines that the student should be able to meet SAP standards by the end of the term or, the student appeals the determination and develops an approved academic plan that will ensure the student is able to meet SAP standards by a specified point in time. A student on financial aid probation may receive Title IV, HEA program funds. However, the student must be making SAP by the subsequent term or they will be ineligible for Title IV, HEA program funds.

An appeal must be submitted in writing within two weeks of the time of notification to and must include, at a minimum, the reason why a student failed to meet SAP and what has changed that will allow the student to make SAP at the end of the next semester. An academic plan which demonstrates the steps the student must take to make SAP may also be required.

Re-establishing Student Aid Eligibility

In order to re-establish student aid eligibility, a student must achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.0. Please note that credits earned at another institution are not calculated into the Goucher GPA, so the 2.0 cumulative GPA must be earned at the college. If the student’s cumulative GPA drops below 2.0 again, he or she will be ineligible for federal financial aid.

Mitigating Circumstances

The satisfactory academic progress policy can be set aside for individual students under certain mitigating circumstances; for instance, if a student becomes very ill or is severely injured, or if a student’s relative dies. In the event of illness or injury, the student must submit documentation from a doctor or other health care provider stating that the condition prevented him or her from attending school for at least a month.

Completion of Degree Requirements

A student who has completed all the coursework for his or her degree but has not yet received the degree cannot receive further federal financial aid for that program. Exceptions are made if the student enrolls in another program (seeking a different degree).

Repeated Courses

Financial aid does not count repeat courses when evaluating eligibility. Students repeating a course must make sure that they are registered for enough additional credits to be considered full time. It is important to note the following. If a student repeats a course for which a passing grade below C- was received the first time, the student will receive a grade of RA, RB, RC, etc., the second time the course is taken. This allows the grade to be averaged into the GPA but does not count the credits. If a student repeats a course for which a grade of C- or above was received the first time, the student will receive a grade of XA, XB, XC, etc., the second time the course is taken. In this case, the credit will not be counted and the grade will not be averaged into the GPA.

For financial aid purposes, a student’s enrollment status may include not more than one repetition of a previously passed course. Additional information can be found in the General Academic section of the catalogue.

Merit-Based Scholarships

First-Year and Transfer Students

Designed to recognize outstanding applicants—and to make Goucher a very realistic choice for their education— these scholarships are based on academic credentials, special talents, and/or extra-curricular achievements in high school. Merit-based scholarships do not take into account financial need. The amounts of these first-year scholarships are set annually; in recent years, they have ranged from $5,000 to full tuition.

The Admissions Office determines who is eligible to receive first-year merit-based scholarships, such as the Global Citizens, Dean’s, Fine and Performing Arts, Special Achievement and Transfer Merit-Based Scholarships. The Office of Student Financial Aid develops the student’s overall aid package.

Dean’s Scholarships

Awarded to our most outstanding first-year applicants, this scholarship is awarded in amounts totaling $21,000 or the equivalent of full tuition ($34,626 in 2010–11). Approximately 10 Dean’s Scholars enroll each year. Students who have distinguished themselves through superior academic achievement will be considered for the Dean’s scholarship. Non-academic factors, such as special talents and extracurricular leadership, can influence the selection process. The Dean’s scholarship may be awarded for a total of eight semesters, provided scholars fulfill the renewal requirements, which include maintaining full-time enrollment and a minimum GPA of 3.25.

Global Citizens Scholarships

Awarded to first-year applicants who demonstrate potential for outstanding academic achievement at Goucher and for contributing to a vibrant campus community. These scholarships have ranged between $10,000 and $15,000 in recent years. Global Citizens scholarships may be renewed throughout all four years of college (eight semesters) by maintaining full-time enrollment and a minimum GPA of 3.0.

The Fine and Performing Arts Scholarship (FPAS)

Awarded only to incoming students in dance, theatre, music and visual arts, in the amount of $5,000 per year. The FPAS is renewable for up to eight semesters, provided the recipient satisfies the renewal requirements, including fulltime enrollment, a semester GPA of 3.0 or higher, and continued active participation in endeavors related to the arts to the satisfaction of the department sponsoring the scholarship (art and art history, dance, music, or theatre). The college seeks to enroll four FPAS recipients each year, one each in dance, music, theatre, and visual art. A FPAS recipient cannot also receive a Rosenberg or Wilhelm Scholarship.

The Rosenberg Scholarships in Music, Dance, and Visual Art and the Wilhelm Scholarship in Theatre

Both new and returning students compete for approximately 13 such scholarships, awarded in the amount of $7,500 for one year. These scholarships may be combined with a Global Citizens scholarship if applied toward direct expenses (tuition, room, and board). Neither arts scholarship can be combined with a Dean’s Scholarship, tuition remission or tuition exchange. The addition of an arts scholarship to a financial aid package will impact demonstrated financial need and may, therefore, decrease eligibility for other need-based awards previously included in the financial aid package.

Transfer Merit-Based Scholarships

Transfer applicants with an undergraduate GPA of 3.2 or above are considered for these scholarships, which have totaled between $3,500 and $10,000. Phi Theta Kappa-designated community or junior college admitted applicants will be awarded $10,000 annually. The scholarships are renewable through graduation or for a total of six terms, whichever comes first, provided eligibility requirements, including maintaining full-time status and a minimum GPA of 3.0, are met. Transfer students are also eligible to compete for the Rosenberg and Wilhelm Scholarships in the Arts.

Other Merit-Based Scholarships

Returning students are considered and invited to apply for the following merit-based scholarships:

Presidential Scholarship The Henry and Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg ’21 Scholarships
The Prudence G. Bowen ’31 Scholarship The Marjorie Cooke Scholarship
The Charlotte Killmon Wright Brown ’22 Scholarships The Constance R. Caplan ’57 Scholarship
The Dance Gala Scholarship The Leslie Nelson Savage Mahoney ’12 Scholarship
The Grace T. Lewis ’13 Scholarships in the Sciences  

Outside Scholarship Policy

Students must report all expected financial aid not already listed in their Award Notification. This includes Goucher tuition remission, non-service fellowships, Goucher scholarships, private scholarships, vocational rehabilitation benefits, veteran’s benefits, employer tuition benefits, and Community Living assistant benefits.

With full knowledge of a student’s total aid sources, Goucher can reformulate a student’s financial-aid package to make the most efficient use of available funds. In determining unmet financial need, the total aid package, including any self-help money offered the student (accepted or not), is subtracted from the calculated financial need. Outside scholarships (awards obtained from corporations or organizations) will be applied directly to any unmet financial need, as calculated by the college, and will offset up to $1,200 of a student’s self-help (subsidized loan and/or work-study offer from the federal government). Only after these priorities are exercised will the outside award be applied to reduce Goucher’s need-based grant.

Endowed Scholarships

Endowed scholarships are an important source of funding for need-based grants awarded by the Office of Student Financial Aid. These endowed scholarships are made possible through generous gifts by alumnae/i, trustees, corporations, foundations, employees, and other friends of Goucher. There is no separate application process for these awards, but recipients are expected to communicate with the donor/s or their families in order to express appreciation for these funds. In most cases, endowed funds underwrite existing Goucher need-based grants awarded.

The Abshire Scholarship
The Eli Edward Adalman and Anne Adalman Goodwin Scholarship
The George I. Alden Trust Scholarship
The John and Josephine Webb Alexander ’30 Memorial Scholarship
The Marie Alleman ’19 Scholarship
The Margaret Mary Allgeier Memorial Scholarship
The Mary Niven Alston EOP Scholarship Fund
The Corene Amoss Memorial Fund
The Agnes and Herman Asendorf International Studies Scholarship
The Clara and Agnes Bacon Fund
The Jane Maria Baldwin Scholarship
The Keturah Baldwin ’06 Scholarship
The Rosa Baldwin 1896 Scholarship
The Elizabeth Bansemer Scholarship
The Vola P. Barton ’15 Physics Scholarship
The George Beadenkopf Fund
The Mary J. Beall Memorial Scholarship
The Edith A. Beck ’04 Scholarship
The Clarissa Beerbower ’35 Scholarship
The Bessie A. Bell Memorial Scholarship
The Elizabeth Harwood Bennett ’31 Memorial Scholarship
The Margaret J. Bennett Scholarship
The Lucinda M.B. Benton Scholarship
The Arthur and Ruthella Bibbins 1897 Scholarship
The Eleanor Watts Black Memorial Scholarship
The Donna R. Blaustein ’64 and Arnold S. Blaustein Endowed Scholarship
The Margaret Mack Blizzard ’76 Memorial Scholarship
The Frances Grant Brady ’50 Memorial Scholarship
The Dorothy Berry Bragonier and the Winifred Berry Cassard ’18 Scholarship
The Marjory Gaylord Brink Endowed Scholarship
The Audrey Wicker Brownley ’36 Scholarship
The Audrey Wicker Brownley Scholarship Fund for Goucher College through the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region
The Caroline Doebler Bruckerl ’25 Scholarship
The Louisa Whildin Buchner ’26 Scholarship
An Anonymous Endowed Merit Scholarship in History
The Gertrude Carman Bussey Scholarship
The Constance R. Caplan ’57 Scholarship
The Margaret and Charles Carmine Memorial Scholarship
The Mollie Rae Carroll Scholarship
The Alicia Carter ’84 Memorial Scholarship
The Roberta Chesney ’10 Scholarship
The Citicorp Scholarship
The Clara W. Claasen ’25 Scholarship
The Mary Lu Clark Endowed Scholarship
The Class of 1904 Scholarship
The Class of 1907 Scholarship
The Class of 1909 Scholarship
The Class of 1910 Scholarship
The Michele and Marty Cohen Scholarship Fund
The Rosa and Herman Cohen Scholarship
The College Bowl Scholarship
The Ruth Wurzel Collins ’31 Scholarship
The Rachel Colvin Scholarship
The Gertrude Cordish Scholarship
The Florence Thomas Courvoisier 1896 Scholarship
The Mildred Covey Scholarship
The Susan Wintringham Crosby ’59 Scholarship
The Timothy Mark D’Arcangelo Scholarship
The Annie Swindell Davis Scholarship
The Dorothy Geib Deitrick ’29 Scholarship
The Margaret Crawford Demeré ’52 Scholarship
The Johanna Weber DeMuth Scholarship
The Elizabeth De Vinney Scholarship
The Disadvantaged Students Scholarship
The Mercantile Douglas Dodge Scholarship
The Dorothy L. Dorman ’63 Memorial Scholarship
The Hedwig and Thomas Dorsey Scholarship
The Rhoda M. Dorsey Scholarship
The Lois H. Douglass ’11 Scholarship
The Mabel Haywood Dye ’10 Memorial Scholarship
The Emily Gibson Dyke ’44 Scholarship
The Eagle Scout Scholarship
The Emily Newcomer Eby ’24 Scholarship
The Essey Scholarship
The Lucia Blackwelder Findley ’64 Scholarship Fund
The Margaret Elizabeth Fisher ’75 Scholarship
The Foreign Student Scholarship
The Nettie R. Fox ’32 Scholarship
The Virginia L. Fox ’28 Scholarship
The Elaine K. Freeman ’58 Endowed Scholarship
The Katherine Jeanne Gallagher Memorial Scholarship
The James N. Gamble Scholarship
The Eric J. Gelman ’95 Memorial Scholarship
The Rita Specter Gelman ’54 Scholarship
The Mr. and Mrs. William Gherky Memorial Scholarship
The Gertrude Levy Giavani ’18 Scholarship
The Given Foundation Scholarship
The Goldsmith Family Foundation Scholarship
The Amy Behrend Goldstein ’33 Dance Scholarship
The Catharine E. Good ’24 Scholarship in English
The Pauline K. Goodman ’76 Scholarship
The Douglas and Hilda Perl Goodwin ’43 Scholarship
The Goucher II Scholarship
The Ann S. Griffiths ’90 Endowed Scholarship
The Elizabeth Louise Grover ’29 Scholarship
The William Westley Guth Scholarship
The Elaine Binswanger Gutman ’39 Scholarship for Returning Students
The Willard and Lillian Hackerman Scholarship
The Harriet L. Haile ’79 Memorial Scholarship
The Julia Sprenkel Hall ’22 Scholarship in Mathematics
The Edith Lynn Halverson ’39 Scholarship
The Katherine McCampbell Hardiman ’63 Scholarship
The Charles D. and Janet Harris ’30 Scholarship
The Isabel Hart Scholarship
The Auxiliary to the Health Center Scholarship
The Hearst Foundation Scholarship
The Catharine Straus Hecht ’37 and Isaac Hecht Scholarship
The Mary Taylor Hesky Scholarship
The Emmert Hobbs Endowed Scholarship
The Esther M. Hollander ’19 Scholarship
The Grace Hooper Scholarship
The Ono Mary Hooper ’23 Scholarship
The Marjorie Groothius Horning ’38 Science Scholarship
The Virdo Snider Horst 1899 Scholarship
The Anna and Ferdinand Hosp Scholarship
The Anne S. Hummert ’25 Scholarship
The Margaret Smith Hunter Scholarship
The Lillia Babbitt Hyde Scholarship
The Sigmund M. and Mary B. Hyman ’71 Merit Scholarship in Science
The Anne Elizabeth Sturmfels Iber ’47 Scholarship Fund
The Matilda Robinson James ’16 Scholarship
The Edith M. Johnson, M.D., ’13 Memorial Scholarship for Older Women
The Mary Philips Jones Scholarship
The Miriam Kahn ’61 Memorial Scholarship
The Etta Ingalls Kelley Scholarship
The Kellicott-Graves Scholarship
The Patricia “Kinsey” Olson Memorial Scholarship
The Claire Krantz Scholars in the Five-Year Education Programs
The Joel Krisch Scholarship
The Alice and Walter Kohn Scholarship
The Margaret Strauss-Kramer ’30 Scholarship in Chemistry
The Messmer L. and Gertrude B. Lafferty Scholarship
The Martha Schulman Lapovsky Scholarship in Music
The Lark Memorial Scholarship
The Nancy Nulton Larrick ’03 Scholarship
The Cora O. Latzer ’15 Scholarship
The John J. Leidy Foundation Scholarship
The Edward Clyde Leslie Memorial Scholarship
The Charlotte R. Levis ’26 Scholarship
An Anonymous Endowed Scholarship Fund
The Mt. Holly Lions Scholar
The Frances Pendleton London ’33 Scholarship
The Robert Adams Love Scholarship
The Sarah Lowrie Love ’16 Memorial Scholarship
The Joyce Tseng ’55 and Anna Tseng Lum ’62 Scholarship
The Alice E. Maginnis ’21 Scholarship
The Leslie Nelson Savage Mahoney ’12 Scholarship
The Eva F. Manos Scholarship
The Dr. & Mrs. N.Gardner Mathieson Scholarship
The Anna Glover Matson Scholarship
The Harriet Floyd McCaskey ’33 Scholarship
The Edna S. McNinch ’12 Scholarship in the Sciences
The Louise Lathrop McSpadden ’35 Scholarship
The William E. and Elda Mack Meiers ’51 Scholarship
The Joseph Meyerhoff Family Scholarship
The Hajime Mitarai Memorial Fund for Study Abroad
The Walter M. Morris Scholarship
The Shirley K. Morse ’30 Scholarship
The Helene Lobe Moses ’24 Memorial Scholarship
The Hilda W. Moses Scholarship
The Helen Brevoort Mutch ’29 Scholarship
The Nabers-Somerville Scholarship
The Dorothy Hamburger Needle ’34 Scholarship
The Florence Burgunder Oppenheim ’02 Scholarship
The Virgina Parker ’28 and Monroe H. Martin Scholarship Fund for Study of Biological or Cultural Conservation
The Fanny Jonas and Harry J. Patz Scholarship
The Maryland Young Pennell Scholarship
The Mamie Emory Phillips and Marian Kuethe Wilson Scholarship
The Howard and Geraldine Polinger Scholarship in the Visual and Performing Arts
The Anne Margaret Potts Scholarship
The Helen Pracht Memorial Scholarship
The Gertrude Sherby Rand ’33 Scholarship
The Reader’s Digest Foundation Scholarship
The Lizette Woodward Reese Scholarship
The Blanche Genevieve Reisinger Scholarship
The Amy E. Reno ’05 Scholarship
The Bertha Bray Richards ’25 Scholarship
The Emma Robertson Richardson ’34 Scholarship
The Milton Roberts Memorial Scholarship
The Esther Katz Rosen ’16 Scholarship
The Anne L. Rosenberg ’77 Endowed Scholarship
The Henry and Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Scholarships in Music, Visual Arts, and Dance
The Ellen Russell ’35 Scholarship Fund
The Mary Hudson Scarborough 1897 Scholarship
The Phyllis Kolker Schreter ’43 for Study Abroad Fund
The Helen Hosp Seamans ’23 Scholarship
The Selz Foundation Scholarship Fund
The Annie Shelley Memorial Scholarship
The W. H. Shelley Scholarship
The Frankie J. Sherwood ’69 Scholarship
The Dorothy Axford Shields ’31 Scholarship
The Mary Brillinger Shumaker ’29 Scholarship
The Anna May Slease ’03 Scholarship
The Laetitia M. Snow 1895 Memorial Scholarship
The Florence Walther Solter ’04 Memorial Scholarship
The Marcia Ryan Spaeth ’46 Memorial Scholarship
The James W. and Sallie E. Spencer Memorial Scholarship
The Susie Brown Sweet 1897 Scholarship
The Beulah Tatum Memorial Scholarship
The Tau Kappa Pi Fraternity Scholarship
The Margaret Taylor ’31 Scholarship in Mathematics
The Catharine Long TeLinde ’21 Scholarship
The Sarah Lark Twiggar ’30 Endowed Scholarship Fund
The Eli Velder Book Scholarship Fund
The Ellen Fraites Wagner ’72 Scholarship
The Leah W. Waitzer ’57 and Richard M. Waitzer Endowed Scholarship Fund
The Carol Fain Walters ’57 Scholarship
The Jeanne H. Ward ’46 Scholarship
The Margie Black Warres ’40 Fund for Students with Special Needs
The David and Marilyn Southard Warshawsky ’68 Scholarship
The Josepha Crist Weaver ’33 Scholarship in Science
The Edith R. Weinberg ’24 Scholarship
The Dorothy Sweet Welchli ’21 Scholarship
The Carrie Burgunder Westheimer ’08 Scholarship
The Mary Wilhelmine Williams Scholarship
The Eva Orrick Bandel Wilson 1897 Scholarship
The Older Women Scholarship
The Katherine Greer Woods ’22 Memorial Scholarship
The Madge M. Young ’05 Scholarship
The Norma D. Young ’30 Scholarship
The Virginia Howe Young ’28 Scholarship
The Kleofota Zavalakes Scholarship