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Publication Date: November 1977
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 1906)-
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VOLUME LXXII


SERIES 1


NUMBER 5


NOVEMBER,


1977


This


publication


Office


was


Student


produced


Financial


by the


Affairs


University a
cooperation


Florida,


with


the


Student Government


Finance


Department.







TABLE OF CONTENTS


Part I.


General Information


. .. .. . 4


Student Financial Aid-an overview
How to Apply For Financial Aid


Part II.


University Administered Programs
A. Scholarships
1 Honor Scholarships .....
2. Achievement Scholarships


. .. 8


. . . . . . . . . . . 9


Florida Junior College Transfer Student Scholarship


Minority Honors Scholarship .
Non-Florida Tuition Scholarship


.. 9
.. 9


Non-Florida Tuition Scholarship For Foreign Students


Tuition Exchange Program
Other Scholarships ..


Grants


. .. . .. .. . 10


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S. 13


Basic Educational Opportunity Grant


. . .. 13


Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant


Nursing Scholarship Grant Program
Florida Student Assistance Grant .
Metta Heathcote and Brecht Grants


.. . .. .. . 16


University of Florida Undergraduate Grant


S. . 16


Loans


National Direct Student Loan
Federally Insured Student Loar


17

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Nursing Loan
Pharmacy Loan


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. . . . . . . . . 20
.. .. . .. .. 21


United Student Aid Fund Loan .................. 22
Student Aid For Education Loan Fund ............ 23


Long Term Loan
Short Term Loan


. . . . 9
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Employment


College Work-Study Program


.. .. .. .. .. . ... 24
. 25
... ...... . . 28


. . . . . . . . . . .28


Other Personne


Services Program


S. . .. .. 29


Part III.


Individual Colleges ...... ............
A. College of Agriculture & The Schoo


Forest Resources & Conservation


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College of Journalism and Communications
College of Law . . . . . . . ..


College of Medicine ......
Division of Military Sciences
College of Nursing ......
College of Pharmacy ....


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57


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... .. 64
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
. . . . . . . . . . . 67


College of Physical Education,
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College of Veterinary Medicine


SGraduate School


Health


and Recreation


.69


. . . . . .. . . 70


S.. ..... .. 71
. .. 72


Fellowships, Assistantships, and Traineeships


. .. ... 73


University W i de . . . . . . . . . . 73
Individual Colleges . . . . . . ... . . . . 74


Part V


Miscellaneous Aid


Undergraduate Aid


1.


. . . . . . . . . . . . a . a a . 78
. . . . . .. .. . . . . . . . . 78


Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation


2. Rhodes Scholarship ........
Graduate Aid . . . . . . . .
1. Danforth Fellowship Program


Fulbright Grant ....
Marshall Scholarship


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National Science Foundation Scholarship


Additional Sources of Aid


Custodial Scholarships and Loans
Publications for Additional Aid .


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STUDENT FINANCIAL AID


- AN OVERVIEW


The Office for Student Financial Affairs at the University of Florida offers a


complete
needing


program
funds to


financial


meet


their


counseling
educational


and


assistance


objectives.


to students


Financia


counselors seek to provide help for those students who would otherwise be
unable to attend college.
The Office is committed to equal treatment for students without regard to


race, creed, color, sex,


or national


origin.


Student Financial Affairs assumes the responsibility for coordinating and


administering the various


aid programs available to students


- loans,


grants, scholarships, and part-time employment.


This assistance may be


offered to students singly or in various combinations.


Assistance is granted according to each


individual


need in relation to


estimated
counselors


cost


attending


determine


need


University


Florida.


Professional


through the evaluation of parents and/or


students financial information reports.
The parents of a student are expected to make maximum effort to assist
with college expenses of the student. Financial assistance from college
sources is viewed as supplementary to the efforts of the family.


All federal and state financial


aid programs require an assessment of


financial


need which


based on parental ability to contribute toward


education


expenses.


The student also is considered to have a responsibility to share a part of


his/her


college


expenses.


This


responsibility


met


through


summer


earnings and the use of a part of savings or assets which belong to the
student.
Briefly stated, there is a mutual sharing of responsibility by the parents,
student, and the University.



HOW TO APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID
This booklet was designed to provide prospective and currently enrolled
students with accurate information about the different types of financial aid
offered through the University of Florida.
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The Financial Aid Form (FAF) provides financial data, the Financial Aid


Supplement


(FAS)


provides


information


about


applicant


and the


Financial Aid Transcript (FAT) gives a history of past financial aid received at
other schools.


This


year


first


time,


Financial


Form


(FAF)


considered THE application for University of Florida aid,


Florida Student


Assistant Grant and Basic Educational Opportunity Grant (BEOG)


if the


student applicant requests copies of the form to be sent to each program
office by the processor.


Each


University of Florida undergraduate applicant must complete a


Financial Aid


Form


(FAF) and request on that form that a copy of the


financial analysis be mailed to the University of Florida and the Basic
Educational Opportunity Grant processor, Iowa City, Iowa. No charge will


be made for the Basic Educational Opportunity Grant report,


and the


Florida Student Assistance Grant report, however, the University of Florida
report must be paid according to the instructions shown on the Financial


Form


information


sheet. Financial Aid


Forms will


be available on


December 1, 1977


However


, applicants are cautioned not to complete the


annual income data (FAF) until the parents (or independent students) actual


earnings are determined for the calendar year (1977


,etc)


The Financial Aid


Supplement (FAS) and the Financial Aid Transcript (FAT) may be processed


as soon as they are released (December 1


1977) by the Office of Student


Financial Affairs.
Applications for general financial aid must be submitted between the
period December 1 and March 1 each year. Receipt of an award does not


automatically renew an application for subsequent years.


academic record, availability of funds, the parent'
certain other criteria must be considered.


To be considered for financial aid an applicant must


The student'


financial condition, and


be enrolled at the


University as (at least) a half-time student, have financial need, make normal
academic progress, and be of good character and citizenship. Although an
award cannot be made until an applicant has been accepted for admission


to the University of Florida,


the applicant should not wait for notice of


acceptance, but should apply as soon after December 1 as possible.
Official award notices are mailed to each applicant during the Spring and


Summer.
Therefore


Normally,


awards


processed


each


completed


, persons who carefully file the various documents early in the






Florida. However
these sources.


, the remainder of the handbook provides direction to


Federal/State Insured Loan


One notable exception is the Federal/State


nsured Loan.


program


operates independently of other aid programs and is somewhat difficult to


coordinate with them.


Generally speaking, the program is tailored for


"middle income" applicants. More details are provided in this handbook
under Loans.


Application


Federal/State


Insured


normally


accepted


throughout the year. Closing dates are set by the time limit required to


process


loan


application for the term


requested.


This is usually a


minimum of three months.

Basic Educational Opportunity Grant


Basic


Educational


Opportunity


Grant


(BEOG)


applications


un-


dergraduates only) are normally received between January 1 and March 1
through the use of the Financial Aid Transcript (FAT). However when the


University


deadline


occurs


March


application


Basic


Educational Opportunity Grant (BEOG


will continue until March 15 of the


following year (a 141/2 month period). Therefore, a person who misses the
March 1 deadline for general aid may still submit Financial Aid Form (FAF)


for Basic Educational Opportunity Grant (BEOG


consideration.


As one can see, the process is rather complex and can be mastered only by
careful review of instruction.















































































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GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS


Funds


scholarships


isted


below


derived


from


income


generated from student fees and the University of Florida Agency Fund. No


special applications are needed.


General


scholarships are


awarded to


students who have the highest grade point average, financial need and who
have submitted a timely Financial Aid Form (FAF) and University of Florida
Financial Aid Supplement.

HONOR SCHOLARSHIPS


The University of Florida annually recognizes exception


students through the Honors Scholarship Program.


high school


These students must


have demonstrated high scholastic achievement and financial need


The


award averages $500 with the number awarded being dependent upon


annual


allocation


of funds for thi


purpose.


ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIPS


A student previously enrolled at the University of Florida is e


Achievement


Scholarships


basis


applicant's


eligible for
scholastic


performance at the University. Sophomore, Junior,
graduates who have maintained an excellent record


and Senior under-
in their Freshman,


Sophomore, or Junior years, who have been full-time students


n good


standing,


and demonstrate financial need


will be considered


FLORIDA JUNIOR COLLEGE
TRANSFER STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP
The University of Florida awards a scholarship to one student from each


junior


college


Florida


academic


excellence


each


year.


The


determinants for this scholarship are grade point average and financial
need.


MINORITY HONORS SCHOLARSHIP


This


award


given


freshmen


and


transfer


students


who


have


demonstrated academic excellence and financial need.

NON-FLORIDA TUITION SCHOLARSHIPS
A limited number of Non-Florida Tuition Scholarships are awarded each







the following criteria:


1. the meeting of all admissions requirements of the


University,


and the prospect


or actual achievement of a satisfactory


record at the University. Inquiries concerning these scholarships should be


addressed directly to the Foreign Student Advisor, Internationa
Center, University of Florida, Gainesville, Fl. 32611.

TUITION EXCHANGE PROGRAM


Under the University of Florida'


Exchange Program, out-of-state tuition wil


Student


membership agreement in the Tuition


be waived for the child of a


faculty member of another member institution when that student wishes
and is eligible to attend the University of Florida. The number of out-of-


state tuition waivers available each year


controlled by the University'


export/import balance.

OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS
Listed below are other scholarships available through Student Financial


Affairs.


When students apply for general financial


aid using the FAF and


University


Florida


Supplement,


they


considered


these


scholarships also. The University's financial aid counselors determine which
students will be awarded based on guidelines set forth in each scholarship.
These scholarships are available through the generous contributions of the
donors named:


Food Fair Stores Foundation


The Food Fair Stores Foundation Scholarship


Program was established at the University of Florida in 195'
scholarships for worthy students who reside in the counties


,. It provides
in Florida in


which the Food


Fair Corporation operates stores.


The scholarships are


awarded


basis


applicant'


civic


interests,


leadership,


scholarship, and need for financial aid. The amount awarded is $250 per year
for four years if the recipient maintains a scholastic average of "B" or better.


Budd Mayer Companies of Florida Inc.:


The Budd Mayer Companies of


Florida Scholarship was established at the University of Florida in 1970. A
$100 scholarship is awarded yearly to a student in the College of Business
Administration who is in his/her junior or senior year.


Margaret Carrick Fairlee:


Under the will of the later Miss Margaret C.


Fairlee, a scholarship is available annually to a man who was a graduate of
Norwood Public School, now School No. 23 in Duval County, and had
maintained an average of B or better during that time. The recipient must






Winn-Dixie


Junior/Senior


Scholarship:


Three


$200


scholarships


awarded each year to students in their junior or senior year and who require
financial assistance. High scholastic achievement and leadership qualities


are also considered. Students must have resided in the


states of Alabama,


Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, or South
Carolina for at least ten years prior to attending the University of Florida.


Halcyon


Boren


Memorial


Scholarship:


Any


undergraduate


student


attending the University of Florida is eligible for this scholarship. Funds are
provided through a provision in the will of Halcyon Boren.


Alfred I. Dupont: Any undergraduate student is eligible for th


isscholarship.


Funds are provided from stocks donated to the University by Mrs. Alfred I.
Dupont.


Cornelia Ann Elliott


Any undergraduate woman attending the University


of Florida is eligible for this scholarship. Monies are donated by friends of
the late Cornelia Ann Elliott, a 1962 graduate of the University.


Victor Garnett Campbell


Eubank Scholarship:


This award


is a genera


scholarship and all undergraduate students at the University are


Funds were donated from the will of


eligible


udson Craig Eubank in memory of


their son.
Jeffrey Weil Gelernter Memorial Scholarship: Any undergraduate student


attending the


University is eligible for this scholarship.


This award was


established in 1975 by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gelernter in memory of their
son.


Albert W. Gilchrist Memorial:


This is a general university scholarship and


any undergraduate student is eligible to receive it.


Funds are derived


through a $10,000 bequest made to the University of Florida in the will of
Albert W. Gilchrist (Governor of Florida from 1909-1913).
Arthur Ellis Hamm Memorial: Any undergraduate student attending the
University is eligible for this scholarship. This fund was established in 1919


by Mrs. Elizabeth C


Hamm


Hamm in memory of her husband, Captain Arthur Ellis


, a former student of the University.


Arthur Henderson Memorial Scholarship: This is a general scholarship and
any undergraduate student attending the University is eligible to receive it.


Funds


scholarship


were


provided


Arthur


Henderson


Memorial.
Loring Memorial: Any undergraduate student attending the University is


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Charles E.


Tufts Memorial: Any student whose permanent address is in


Hillsborough County is eligible for this scholarship. Scholarship monies are
provided for in the Charles E. Tufts Estate.


Cecil Wilcox Memorial: Thi


scholarship is given to eligible freshmen who


are attending the University. Scholarship monies are derived from the
income of a sum of money which Mr. Wilcox left to the University of Florida.


David


Yulee


Memorial:


Any


undergraduate


student


attending


University is eligible to receive this scholarship. Funds for this memorial
were established by Mrs. Nanie Yulee Noble in memory of her father, David
Yulee, former U.S. Senator of Florida.









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GRANTS
Grants are direct awards to undergraduate students who have excep-
tional financial need.
The University of Florida participates in the Basic Educational Opportuni-
ty Grant, Florida Student Assistance Grant, Supplemental Educational
Opportunity Grant, and the Nursing Scholarship Grant.
In order to receive money through these grants, students must file a
Financial Aid Form and a University of Florida Financial Aid Supplement by
March 1 of each year. For students who are transferring from another post-
secondary institution, a Financial Aid Transcript showing aid received from
their previous college is required.

BASIC EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY GRANT
The Basic Educational Opportunity Grant Program is a federal aid
program designed to provide financial assistance to those who need
financial assistance to attend post-high school educational institutions. The
Basic Grant is awarded on the basis of the student's family financial
resources and the actual cost of education.
The Basic Grant, unlike a loan, does not have to be repaid. Awards range
from $200 to $1,400 for an academic year. The University of Florida does not
provide the Basic Grant for the summer session.
TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THIS GRANT:
1. The student must be a citizen or national of the United States or a
permanent resident of the Trust Territories of the Pacific Islands.
2. The student must establish need by means of a Financial Aid Form.


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3. The student must be accepted for enrollment as an undergraduate at
the University of Florida and must be enrolled on at least a half-time
basis.
4. The student must not have received more than twelve quarters of Basic
Grant payments.
5. The student must not have defaulted on any previous aid repayment.
HOW TO APPLY:
1. Complete the Financial Aid Form, check "Yes" in Section 83, and mail it
directly to Box 2700, Princeton, New Jersey 08540.
2. Forms are available in rm. 23, Tigert Hall, local high school counselors,
or most post-secondary educational institutions.
3. Information submitted -on the FAF will be transmitted to the Basic
Grants evaluation office in Iowa City, Iowa by computer tape. That
office will determine the applicants' eligibility and mail a Student
Eligibility Report (SER) to the student at the address shown on the FAF.
4. It is solely the students' responsibility to send the SER to the Office for
Student Financial Affairs, University of Florida as soon as it is received.

SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATION OPPORTUNITY GRANT
The Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant Program is a federal
aid program providing grant funds to students of exceptional financial need
who for lack of financial resources of their own or of their families, would be
unable to enter or remain in the University of Florida without such
assistance. The maximum award is $1,500 per year and does not have to be
repaid.
TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THIS GRANT:
1. The student must be a citizen or national of U.S.
2. The student must be an undergraduate.
3. The student must be accepted for enrollment at the University of
Florida.
4. The student must be enrolled for a minimum of twelve academic hours.
5. The student must be in good academic standing.
6. The student must show that the aid is necessary for the completion of
studies.
7. The student must have not defaulted on any previous aid repayment.
Priority is given to students:
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NURSING SCHOLARSHIP GRANT PROGRAM


The


purpose of the


Nursing


Scholarship Grant


Program


is to assist


students of


exceptional


financial


need


undertake courses of study


leading to careers in nursing.
Federal funds for this program are allocated to accredited schools of
nursing education and include the University of Florida.


The


university


responsible


selecting


recipients


such


scholarship grants and for determining the amount of the award.
Eligibility Requirements
A student is eligible to apply for a Nursing Scholarship Grant if he/she is a
citizen or national of the United States, or has such immigration status and
personal plans to justify the conclusion that the student intends to become
a permanent resident of the United States, and is enrolled as a full-time
student in a course of study leading to a baccalaureate degree in nursing or
a graduate degree in nursing.
The maximum scholarship grant a student may receive for any school year


is $2,000, or the amount of the student'


financial need


whichever


lesser.
HOW TO APPLY:


Complete the Financia


Aid Form (FAF


and mail it directly to Box 2700,


Princeton, New Jersey, 08540. Also complete the University of Florida


Financial Aid


Supplement and return it to Student Financia


Affairs


before March 1.
FLORIDA STUDENT ASSISTANCE GRANT
The Florida Student Assistance Grant Program was established by the 1972


Session


Florida


Legislature.


Grants


awarded


qualified


undergraduates who have exceptional financial need for attendance at any
Florida post-secondary institution. The amount of this grant is based on the


student'


financial need with the grant ranging between $200 and $1,200 per


academic year. This grant does not have to be repaid.
TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THIS GRANT:
1. The student must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
2. The student must be accepted for enrollment as an undergraduate at
the University of Florida.
3. The student must be enrolled for a minimum of 12 academic hours.


The student must be a resident of Florida for at


east two years.


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2. Forms are available in the Office for Student Financial Affairs, University
of Florida, high school counselors, or most post-secondary educational
institutions.
Metta Heathcote Grant: These grants were provided by Miss Metta
Heathcote for students from St. Petersburg, Florida. Financial need is to be
determined prior to award after an analysis of the Financial Aid Form (FAF).
The value of this award is presently $500 per academic year, for the duration
of the undergraduate years. Financial Aid Counselors award this grant to
qualified, recipients. However, students must submit a FAF and the
University of Florida Supplement to be considered.
Frederick W. and Grace P. Brecht Grant: Mr. and Mrs. Brecht of Melbourne
directed, through their wills, that earnings from an endowment fund be
used for awards for qualified and needy students from Brevard County,
Florida to assist them in attending any college or university in the state of
Florida. Financial need is determined after analysis of the applicant's
Financial Aid Form. Special Brecht Grant applications must be picked up at
the Office for Student Financial Affairs or high schools and community
colleges in Brevard County.

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA UNDERGRADUATE GRANT
The University of Florida Undergraduate Grant is awarded to minority
and disadvantaged students who show exceptional financial need. Students
who submit a FAF and the University of Florida Supplement are considered
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LOANS
Educational loans are the largest source of support for students who do
not have resources to pursue a college education.
Under most of the educational loan programs, students take out the loan
in their own name. Unlike commercial loans, which require collateral, the
student is entrusted for repayment.
Students may be able to borrow as much as $7,500 for four years of
undergraduate school. Under federally supported programs, the student
does not pay interest while in college. Interest and repayment begin several
months after the student concludes college attendance and extends over a
number of years. Depending on the loan, interest rates vary from 3% to 7%.
Usually, repayment is deferred if the student continues in graduate school
or enters military service after termination of studies.
Applicants for student loans must apply every year. Receiving a loan in
previous years does not guarantee a student future loans.
NATIONAL DIRECT STUDENT LOAN
To be eligible for this federal loan, the applicant must be a citizen or
national of the United States, or a person who is in the United States for
other than a temporary purpose and has been issued a permanent resident
registration number. In addition, a student must be enrolled for at least half-
time on either the undergraduate or graduate level, must have financial
need, and must make normal academic progress.
While funds may be advanced to a student only after enrollment,
commitment of a loan may be made to an eligible applicant who has been
accepted for enrollment.
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HOW TO APPLY:


Complete the Financial Aid


Form and


mail it directly to Box 2700,


Princeton, New Jersey, 08540. Also complete the University of Florida


Financial


Supplement and


return


it to the Office for Student


Financial Affairs before March


1 for the following academic year.


The maximum amount that may be loaned to an undergraduate student is


$2,500


through


undergraduate


second


degree.


year


Graduate


college


students


may


$5,000


borrow up


through


to $10,000


including their undergraduate loans.
Normally, repayment with interest at 3% will begin ten months after the


borrower ceases to be a half-time student.


Interest charges do not begin


until payments on the loan are due. Repayment and interest charges may be
postponed as much as three years if the borrower is subsequently serving in
the Armed Forces of the United States, the Peace Corps, or Vista.
Borrowers who teach in eligible schools for the handicapped may cancel
their total debt by teaching full time for a period of five years.

FEDERALLY INSURED STUDENT LOAN
Through the Higher Education Act of 1965 the guaranteed bank loan
program was launched to provide financial assistance in the form of loans to


students


from


middle and


upper income


families and thus provide a


complete program of loans for students at all income levels.
Regardless of family income, any student is eligible to apply for a federally
insured student loan provided the student:
1. is enrolled and in good standing or has been accepted for enrollment at
the University of Florida.
2. is carrying at least one-half the normal full-time academic requirement
at the University; and
3. is a citizen or national of the United States or in the United States for
other than a temporary purpose.
Applications may be obtained from the Office for Student Financial


Affairs,


from


participating


banks, savings and


loan associations, credit


unions or by writing to:
Director, Higher Education, Region IV
Office of Education, DHEW
50 Seventh Street, NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30323







The maximum loan


provided to an


undergraduate student who is a


freshman is $535 per quarter based on graduation in fourteen quarters.
Upper division and transfer students may borrow up to $2,500 per year. A
student may not borrow more than $7,500 through the completion of an


undergraduate


degree.


Graduate


students


may


borrow


$5,000


annually or $15,000 (including undergraduate loans) for a


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A prepaid insurance premium of one-fourth of one percent calculated on
the amount of the loan for the term of the in-school note is collected from
the borrower or deducted from the proceeds of the loan by the lender. This
premium is paid only once, and no refunds or adjustments are made.
Any student, whose adjusted family income is less than $25,000 will qualify


Federal


interest


benefits.


However


, the maximum loan may never


exceed the cost of education less other financial aid received. Students


having adjusted family incomes


subsidized I


of $25,000 or greater and applying for a


oan of any amount, must submit to the lender the school


recommendation for a subsidized loan based upon the school's assessment


of the family


's ability to pay for the cost of education


Frnr ctiid-pntc plirihlp fnr interest benefits.


the Federal Government will


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after the


date


graduation


withdrawal


from


school.


Repayment


schedules will normally be arranged for 5 to 10 years, although the student
will be required to pay a minimum of $30 per month.

Repayment may be deferred while the borrower is a member of the
Armed Forces, a full-time volunteer in the Peace Corps or VISTA, orfor any
period during which the student returns to an eligible school to pursue a
half-time course of study.
The borrower is encouraged to make at least partial payments during


such periods of deferment in order to reduce the principal


amount of the


loans. For students eligible for federal interest benefits, interest payments
on behalf of the borrower will continue or resume during such periods of
deferment.


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leading


baccalaureate


degree


nursing


or an


equivalent degree; or a graduate degree in nursing.
The student has a ten-year period in which to repay the loan; this period
to begin nine months after leaving the University. Interest (3%) begins to


accrue at this time on the unpaid balance of the total


oan


A student may borrow $2,500 for an academic year or the amount of his


financial


need, whichever is the


esser.


In determining the amount of assistance a student may require, the
University considers:
all financial resources available to the student, including
other sources of aid, such as prizes, scholarships, other repayable
loans; and


costs


reasonably


necessary


full-time


attendance


at the


University.
The interest rate on Nursing Loans is three percent per year.
HOW TO APPLY:


Complete the Financial Aid
Princeton, New Jersey 08540.


Form and


mail it directly to Box 2700,


Complete


University


Florida


Financial Aid Supplement and


return it to the Office for Student Financia


Affairs before March 1 for


the following academic year.


A schedule for repayment of the student's
at the time he or she has an exit interview


loan is selected by the student
v. This occurs shortly before


graduation, or at the time the student ceases to be a full-time student.
A student may defer repayment of the loan up to three years during
periods of active duty as a member of U.S. Armed service, or as a volunteer
with the Peace Corps. Up to five years may be deferred during periods spent
as a full-time student pursuing advanced professional training in nursing.
Interest does not accrue during periods of deferment.
A student may cancel up to 50% of the amount of their loan plus interest at


rate


percent


per year for


each


complete


year


full-time


employment as a professional nurse in the fields of nurse training and
service in any public or nonprofit private institution or agency.


Up to 100% of the student'


loan plus interest may be cancelled at the rate


of 15% per year for each complete year of service as a full-time professional
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A student is eligible to apply for a Pharmacy loan at the University if he or
she meets the following criteria:
1. is a citizen or national of the United States, or has such immigration
status and personal plans to justify the conclusion that he intends to
become a permanent resident of the United States.
2. is enrolled or accepted for enrollment in the University as a full-
time student pursuing a course of study leading to a bachelor of
science in pharmacy or doctorate of pharmacy; and


is in need of the


oan to be able to pursue the course of study.


Professional students, interns, residents, and students seeking advanced
training are not eligible for assistance under this program.
The maximum amount a student may borrow for an academic year is


$3,500 or the amount of his financial need,


whichever is the lesser.


determining the amount of the loan, the University takes into consider-
ation:
1. the income, assets, and resources of the student and his family;
2. support available to the student from other sources, such as prizes,


scholarships,


veterans' benefits, and other repayable loans


and


the costs
University.


reasonably


necessary for full-time


attendance


at the


The


interest rate is 3% simple.


HOW TO APPLY


See Nursing


Loans are repayable to the school over a 10-year period which begins one


year


after


he/she


completed


or otherwise ceased to


pursue


prescribed full-time course of study. Interest begins to accrue at the time
the loan becomes repayable.
Principal plus accrued interest may be repaid in equal or graduated


installments,


according


repayment


schedule


selected


borrower during his or her exit interview, except that the University may


require maximum repayment of principal
not less than $30 per month. The borr(


I and interest at a rate of equal to
swer may make payments more


frequently or in larger amounts than required during a repayment year.
Payment of the principal of a loan may be deferred if the student is on
sustained full-time active duty in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corp.,
Coast Guard, Coast and Geodetic Survey, or in the Public Health Service; or
a volunteer under the Peace Corps Act.
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against the appropriate reserve fund, the student then takes the application,


with the University'
lending institution.


recommendation, to the loan officer of his hometown


If the loan is approved by the


ending institution


the student signs the


necessary promissory note forms and pays a processing fee.
The amount which may be borrowed depends on the amount needed to


meet educational expenses. Maximum is $2,500 per year


and a combined


total of all federally supported guaranteed loan programs cannot exceed
$7,500 for undergraduates and $15,000 for graduates.


Under current legislation


loan is


the maximum interest the student pays on this


This is less than customary bank rates for installment loans and is


offered by participating banks as a public service. Interest charges run from
the date the loan is advanced until repayment is completed. However,
interest is paid by the federal government for qualified borrowers during
the time the student is in school.
Repayment begins the first day of the tenth month after the student


leaves


school.


Monthly


instalments


may


than


$30 on


guaranteed loans.


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3. The student must apply every year.
4. The student must be a citizen or national of the United States.
5. The student must be accepted for enrollment at the University of
Florida.
The amount of the loan varies according to each student's financial need.
HOW TO APPLY:
1. Complete the Financial Aid Form and mail it directly to Box 2700,
Princeton, New Jersey 08540.
2. Complete the University of Florida Financial Aid Supplement and
return it to the Office for Student Financial Affairs before March 1 for
the following academic year.
Repayment of this loan must begin no later than three months following
graduation or termination as a full-time student at the University. The rate
of interest charged on this loan is computed at an annual percentage rate of
3% simple interest and accrues from the date of graduation or termination
of full-time college attendance. Repayment schedules are handled on an
individual basis with a recommended minimum of at least $20 per month.
Payment must be completed in 10 years.
A student who enters active military service may be deferred from
payment for the period of his original enlistment or compulsory service in
the armed forces.

LONG TERM LOAN
To become eligible for the University of Florida Long Term Loan a student
must be classified as a full-time student and be in the upper division,
graduate school, or professional school.
The maximum loan for a quarter is $300 for students who are within one
year of receiving a terminal degree and $250 for those students who are
within two years of termination. Interest is computed at 4% per year
beginning on the date the student receives the loan. Repayment of the loan
starts three months after graduation or termination from the University with
minimum repayments of $30 per month.
A Long Term Loan requires an endorser who is over 18 years of age and
must not be a student or student spouse. Generally, parents are preferred
endorsers.
Applications for the Long Term Loan may be picked up in the Office for
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n the Florida Loan Fund for the purpose of providing assistance to


worthy and qualified students of the State of Florida.

SHORT TERM LOAN


Short


term


loans are available


to a


full-time student to


help


meet


emergency


and


temporary


financial


needs


relating


educational


expenses. An undergraduate student may borrow up to $200 and a graduate
student may borrow up to $250. If a student needs to borrow money to pay
for tuition, the applicant may borrow enough to pay for their in-state tuition
fees provided they show proof that repayment can be made. Interest is
computed at the rate of 2/3 of 1% per month (8% per annum) on the unpaid
balance from the date the loan is executed. A minimum of one month's
interest will be assessed if the loan is paid in full before 30 days have expired.
Repayment on this loan becomes due on the first day of the last month in
the quarter. In extreme emergencies, the repayment of the loan may be
extended but it is up to the discretion of the loan officers. In the event of an
extension, the extension note must be endorsed by an employed person


over 18 years of age and who is not a student or a student'


Application


spouse.


for this loan may be picked up in the Office for Student


Financial Affairs.
Resources for short-term loans come from the generous donations listed
below:


East Florida Seminary Loan:


The East Florida Seminary Loan Fund comes


from monies donated by friends and former students of the East Florida


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Seminary, which was located in Gainesville before its disestablishment
when the University of Florida was founded.
Florida Society of Colonial Dames of the SVII Century: This organization has
established a limited loan fund for deserving students at the University of
Florida.
Claude S. Ginn: Funds were made available for this loan fund through the
will of Claude S. Ginn.
Humble Oil Company Loan Fund: A loan fund was made available by the
Humble Oil Company through the Board of Regents.
National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Florida
Loan Fund: The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the
state of Florida established a loan fund for deserving students.
Sarafem Dervech Loan Fund: Monies for this loan fund were provided
through the will of Sarafem Dervech.
Sherill Loan Fund: The Sherill Loan Fund was initiated by Mr. J. H. Sherill of
Pensacola, Florida. Mr. Sherill interested himself in a number of students
from West Florida to whom he loaned money for school expenses at the
University. As these loans were repaid, he established the Sherill Loan Fund
at the University of Florida.
Southern Railway Loan Fund: As a memorial to the late President William
Wilson Finley of Southern Railway and in recognition of his interest in
agricultural education, Southern Railway donated to the University of
Florida the sum of $1000 to be used as a loan fund.
Edward J. Triay Memorial Loan Fund: This loan fund was made available
through the will of the late Edward J. Triay, Jr.
Verne E. Minich Educational Foundation Loan Fund: The Verne E. Minich
Foundation made available a loan fund to University of Florida students.
W. S. Bullock and W. W. Mitchell Loan Fund: This loan fund was established
in memory of Judge W. S. Bullock and William Westbrook Mitchell.
American Association of University Women: The Gainesville branch of the
American Association of University Women offers loans to students who
need financial assistance to continue their education. Gainesville students
will be given preference.
Anna Abrams Weil Loan Fund: This fund, established in 1957 by Mrs.
Alexander Brest to honor Anna Abrams Weil, wife of former Dean Joseph
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EMPLOYMENT
The University of Florida makes every effort to assist qualified students in
obtaining part-time employment on campus through either the University


of Florida


program (Other Personne


Services) or the Federal program


(College Work-Study). Approximately 5,000 students are employed each
year. Both programs are administered by the Office for Student Financial
Affairs.
The average earnings are $385 per quarter. Earnings vary with the nature
of the job, the skills of the individual and the amount of time per quarter the
student can devote to employment. The average rate of pay per hour ranges
from $2.30 to $2.50.* A student should have several weekday afternoons or


mornings


free


work.


Many


employers


insist


three


more


consecutive hours at least four (4) days per week, by the student employee.
A student employed by the University must remain in good academic


standing. Employment should not interfere with the student'


progress.


academic


The normal work week is between fifteen and twenty hours;


specific hours being governed by the individual'


academic record and the


number of class hours carried each quarter.
Every attempt is made to place the student in work that utilizes training


and experience, and wherever possible, is related to the student'


major.


Work done by students ranges from duties demanding special research
skills to those demanding no skill except willingness to work and learn.
Students interested in obtaining a part-time job should submit a FAF and a
University of Florida Supplement. An analysis will be made to determine


what aid


is needed, and


if eligible, the applicant will be permitted to


participate in one of the two work programs.


Please


subsequent


information


which


more clearly


defines


differences in the two programs.

COLLEGE WORK-STUDY PROGRAM
The purpose of the College Work-Study Program is to promote the part-
time employment of students, who are in need of the earnings from such
employment to meet the cost of a college education.
A student is eligible for part-time employment under the Work-Study


Program only during periods in which


he/she meets all the following


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such


course


study


while


employed


under this


program; and
has been accepted for enrollment as a full-time student at the


institution or, in


the case of a student already enrolled


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attending the


institution,


good


standing


and


full-time


attendance
professional


there,


either


undergraduate,


graduate,


student.


the selection of students for employment under the


Work-Study


Program, the University is required to give preference to students from high
need families.


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Additional employment offered on campus are OPS (Other Personnel


Services)


iobs.


Funds for OPS jobs are derived from revenue appropriated


by the State Legislature. Two major differences
Work-Study Program are:


in this program from the


it is completely state sponsored salaries paid to students come


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The Office for Student Financial Affairs is not the only source of financial


individual


colleges


also


offer


various


types


including


scholarships, assistantships,
Unless specified otherwi5


loans and co-op work programs.


students should check with the Dean or the


Chairperson of the Scholarship Committee of their individual college as


soon


possible


appropriate


application


receive


information about the individual program deadlines.


Recipients of college administered aid are


ected and then notified by


their individual college.


The college then


sends an authorization


better to


Student


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Affairs


who


processes


it and


releases the money to


Student Accounts. Funds are disbursed to the student through Student
Accounts (The Hub) by appointment only. Appointments are mailed to the


student


's current mailing address on file at the Registrar's Office prior to the


beginning of each term.


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some colleges have


ong


and short term loans. These
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"Programs Administered by the Office for


Student Financia


Affairs"


under Loans.


COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE & THE SCHOOL OF FOREST
RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION*
SCHOLARSHIPS/AWARDS


j. B. Adkins Memorial Scholarship. A $400 scholarship is ava


able to a


student in The School of Forest and Conservation or planning to register
therein, and who has completed 45 quarter hours in residence at the
University of Florida.
AED Faculty Scholarship. A $100 scholarship is available to a senior in


Agricultural and Extension Education based on scholarship,


professional


leadership and


potential.


The Jack Allen Farm Bureau Memorial Scholarship. A $1,000 scholarship is


available to undergraduate students enrolled


n the College of Agriculture


academic


area


concerned


with


commercial


marketing


production of food fiber.
Bureau Federation.


The scholarship is given by the Florida Farm


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;ricultural
students


Scholarships.


based


Varying


amounts


on scholarship and


need.


available


Whether such a


scholarship has been provided by any county may be learned from the


Clerk


of the Board of County Commissioners or the County Extension


Director.
Joe and Margaret Crevasse Ornamental Horticulture Scholarship. A $350
scholarship is available to a student majoring in Ornamental Horticulture.
Florida Angus Association Scholarship. A $250 scholarship is available to a
student majoring in Animal Science, based on scholarship, leadership and
production interest.


Farm


Bureau-Winn


Dixie


Scholarships.


Two


$1,500


scholarships


available each year


- one to a male and one to a female freshman who is the


son or daughter of an active member of the Farm Bureau. Apply to the
County Farm Bureau Agent or information may be obtained from your
County Extension Director.


Farm


Credit


Banks of Columbia.


A $500 scholarship


is available


freshman


and


sophomore


interested


programs


College


Agriculture or School of Forest Resources and Conservation.
Farm Credit Banks' Scholarships. A $500 scholarship is available to an
outstanding junior and senior majoring in Food and Resource Economics or
the business section in other departments of the College of Agriculture.
Recipients are selected on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character


and financial


need.


Florida Canner's Association Scholarship. A $500 scholarship is available to a


junior or senior who has demonstrated outstanding


leadership potential


and professional promise and who is majoring in some aspect of citrus


processing,
economics)


food


science,


other


food


related


and


disciplines


resource


economics


which


vital


(agricultural
3 the citrus


processing industry.
Florida Farm Bureau Federation Rural Law Award. $100, $75 and $25 awards
are given to the authors of the best papers on a specified subject, FRE 305.
Florida Farm Bureau Scholarship. A $500 scholarship is available to a junior
or senior from the state of Florida enrolled in the College of Agriculture or


School


acceptable


Forest
grade


Resources


point


and


average


Conservation


who


achieved


in college and who shows leadership


potential and professional promise.
Florida Feed Association Scholarship. This fund enables IFAS to provide 4






science (particularly animal nutrition), or other related disciplines which


are vita


to the food industry.


Florida Foundation Seed Producers, Inc. Scholarship. A $500 scholarship is


available


to a


junior


or senior who


plans a


career


related


with seed


production or improvement. The recipient must have a financial need.
Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association Rural Law Award. $100, $75 and $25
awards are given to the authors of the best papers in Rural Law, FRE 305.


Florida


Santa Gertrudis Association Scholarship.


A $250 scholarship


available to a student majoring in Animal Science based on scholarship,
leadership and production interest.
Florida Pest Control Scholarship. Four $300 scholarships are available each
spring to juniors and seniors majoring in Entomology and Nematology,
based on scholarship, professional promise and need.
Florida Poultry Federation Tuition Scholarship. Several tuition scholarships
are available to students who have been admitted to upper division. The
student must be a Poultry Science major and the scholarship is based on


scholarship,


participation


Poultry


Science


Club


activities,


and


demonstrated need of financial support.
Florida Section American Society of Agricultural Engineers Scholarship.
Scholarships of varying amount are available to students enrolled in the


Agricultural Engineering Department.


They are awarded on the basis of


scholarship, financial need and professional potential.


Florida Section:


Institute of Food Technologists Scholarship.


Two $350


scholarships are available to outstanding upper division students majoring


in food science


. The scholarships are based on scholarship, leadership,


participation in the University of Florida student chapter of the Institute of
Food Technologist and motivation toward a career in food science.


Florida


Seedsman


Garden


Supply


Association


Scholarship.


$750


scholarship


is available


annually


student


Food


and


Resource


Economics. The recipient should be a junior who has completed a two-year


program in one of Florida


scholarship,


's junior colleges. Selection is made on the basis of


leadership, character and interest in agricultural marketing.


Florida Throughbred Breeders' Association Agricultural Scholarship. Two
scholarships of $500 are available per year for four years, or until the student


fails to grade sufficiently high to maintain normal


progress, to Florida


residents


who


were


members


Club


FFA


and


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FVATA (Florida Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association) Outstanding


Senior Award. A certificate and the first year'


professional


dues to the


Florida


Vocational Agriculture


Teachers'


Association


is awarded to the


outstanding senior in Agricultural and Extension Education. The award is
based on scholarship and leadership.


Extension


Education.


FVATA


(Florida


Vocational


Agriculture


Teachers


Association) Scholarship. A $100 scholarship is available to a junior in


Agriculture


and


Extension


Education.


awarded


basis


scholarship, leadership and financial need.
Georgia Division, Dairymen, Inc. Scholarship. A scholarship of $200 is
available to a student with a dairy farm background who is studying in the
field of dairy production, dairy manufacturing or agricultural economics.
Selection is based on scholarship, leadership, character and need.


The Gold
available


Kist, Inc.


Undergraduate Scholarship.


undergraduate


student


A $700 scholarship


enrolled


College


Agriculture who has achieved an acceptable grade point average, exhibited


outstanding


leadership


ability


and


has shown


potential


making


valuable contribution to agriculture. Preference will be given to students
who demonstrate financial need.
Greater Jacksonville Fair Association Scholarships. Four $500 scholarships


are available to students from Duval


, Nassau, Baker, Clay, St. Johns,


and


Bradford counties who are enrolled in the College of Agriculture.


Dalton


Harrison


Florida


Irrigation


Society


Scholarship.


$1,000


scholarship


is available


an Agricultural


Engineering


undergraduate


student.


It is awarded on the basis of scholarship, financial


need and


professional potential.
Ed Holcomb Scholarship. A $350 scholarship is available to an outstanding
undergraduate student majoring in citrus studies. Scholarship and desire to
work in the Florida citrus industry will be a major criteria used in the
selection.
George Holtsberg Scholarship. A scholarship of at least $100 is available
annually to an undergraduate student in the Department of Fruit Crops for
academic achievement.
R. Holt Howard Endowed Scholarship. Scholarships of varying amounts are
available to students pursuing undergraduate degrees in agriculture with
emphasis upon students in the Food and Resource Economics Department.


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ITT Rayonier Foundation Senior Scholarships. A scholarship of $600 each is
available to two upcoming seniors in Forest Resources and Conservation.
Selection is based on leadership, scholarship and financial need.
F. S. Jamison Memorial Scholarship. A scholarship that provides tuition for 3
quarters is available to a junior or senior student majoring in Vegetable
Crops. Selection is based on scholarship, leadership, character and financial
need.
Charles E. Jones Memorial Conservation Scholarship. A scholarship of at
least $100 is available to a student that has completed 45 hours in upper
division in the College of Agriculture or the School of Forest Resources and
Conservation leading to a major in Soils, Mechanized Agriculture, Forestry,
or Wildlife. Selection will be based on scholarship, leadership and financial
need.
The R. D. Keene Memorial Scholarship Fund. Two $800 scholarships are
available annually to students enrolled in the citrus or citrus related
curriculum in the College of Agriculture. Selection will be based on
scholarship, leadership, character and professional promise.
The Howell E. Lancaster Memorial Scholarship Fund. Scholarships which
vary in amount, are available to worthy and capable students enrolled in the
College of Agriculture or the School of Forest Resources and Conservation.
Preference will be given to students from Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Levy or
Suwannee counties which comprise the Fifth Florida District. Selection will
be made on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character and professional
promise.
John McCaleb Award. An award of $275 is available to a student in
Agronomy with an outstanding academic record and financial need.
Hal W. Lively Memorial Scholarship. Three scholarships are available to
students in the Department of Food and Resource Economics with
specialization in Food Marketing and Distribution. The amount of each
scholarship shall be equal to 65% of the estimated quarterly expenses for a
full-time student. These scholarships shall continue for six quarters
provided the recipients maintain satisfactory progress toward graduation
and continue work toward a specialization in Food Marketing &
Distribution. To be eligible a student must be a resident of Florida and must
have completed the required course work for the freshman and sophomore
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scholarship experience,


worthy character, financial need and a sincere


interest in agriculture as a profession.
National 4-H College Scholarship Fund. A $600 scholarship is available to


a freshman student who plans to enrol


the following fall term.


National 4-H College Scholarship Fund. Four $800 scholarships are available
to juniors in the fall who are planning to major or minor in forestry.
New York Florists' Club Scholarship. The total amount of $225 is available
annually to two students majoring in Ornamental Horticulture. $125 is
awarded to the senior student in Floriculture with the highest scholastic
record in horticulture and $100 to the undergraduate student who has been


most


helpful


Department


Ornamental


Horticulture


promoting and improving its program.
Newins-Ziegler Senior Scholastic Award. A $100 award is available annually
to a student enrolled in the School of Forest Resources and Conservation


who


completed


least


quarter


hours


of work


towards


bachelor'


degree, who has the highest upper division grade point average


and who shows the greatest potential for professional


achievement.


Pump


Works,


Inc.


$250


scholarship


available


undergraduate student in the Department


of Agricultural Engineering.


Selection is based on scholarship, financial need and interest in the field of
water control, irrigation and drainage.
Ralston Purina Scholarship. A $650 scholarship is available to a senior in
Agriculture with preference given to majors in Agricultural Engineering,
Food Science ahd Agricultural Marketing. Selection is based on scholarship,


professional


potential,


financial


need


and


recommendation


Department Chairman.


Ralston Purina Summer Agri-Business Program


- SAM. An outstanding


junior will be selected by the Ralston Purina Company from applicants for a
summer program. This student will be placed on the payroll for nine weeks
at a salary of $700 per month plus expenses. The first week will be spent in St.
Louis and the remaining eight weeks will be spent in Florida working for the
Ralston Purina Area Director of Operations and field personnel.
C. W. Reaves 4-H Dairy Scholarship. A $250 scholarship is available to a
high school graduate who has indicated by 4-H Club dairy work and related
activities a sincere interest in dairying and who plans to enter the University
of Florida to study dairy science.






the college, exhibited outstanding leadership qualities, and shown
professional promise. Students majoring in the area of plant protection
such as entomology, nematology, herbicides, and plant pathology are
eligible to apply.
SHARE Freshman Scholarships. Several scholarships of varying amounts are
available for outstanding college freshmen or high school seniors who have
an interest in programs in the College of Agriculture or School of Forest
Resources and Conservation.
SHARE Undergraduate Scholarships. A number of scholarships, $300 for
sophomores and $500 for juniors and seniors, are available. Sophomores
must have demonstrated an interest in a program in the College of
Agriculture or School of Forest Resources and Conservation. Juniors and
seniors must have satisfactorily completed at least one quarter while
registered in the College of Agriculture or School of Forest Resources and
Conservation. Selection is based on leadership, scholarship, financial need,
and potential contribution to agriculture in Florida.
Dan Smith Dairy Scholarship Fund. A $500 scholarship is available to any
student in the College of Agriculture regardless of major field of study.
Selection is based on financial need and satisfactory progress toward a
degree.
Soil Science Department Scholarship. A $200 scholarship is available to
an outstanding undergraduate student in Soil Science.
St. Regis Paper Company Scholarship. Two $1,000 scholarships are available
for the last two years (junior and senior) provided that the recipient makes a
satisfactory record in the sophomore or junior year.
David K. Stabler Sr. Scholarship. A $500 scholarship is available to an
outstanding graduate or undergraduate student in Nursery Management.
John S. Stewart, II Memorial Scholarship Fund. A number of scholarships,
varying in amounts, are available to worthy and capable students who are
enrolled in a curricula in the College of Agriculture.
Stewart Pest Control Scholarship. A $250 scholarship is available to
students majoring in the Department of Entomology and Nematology
based on scholarship and leadership.
Upper Florida Milk Producers Association Scholarships. Four $250
scholarships are available to undergraduates majoring in dairy science.






on scholarship, leadership, and professional promise as judged by the


faculty of the recipient'


department.


William F. Ward Agricultural Scholarship. A $500 scholarship is available


annually


outstanding


undergraduate student


majoring in


citrus


studies. Selection is based on scholarship,
potentials.


Cecil M. Webb Scholarships.


financial need and the student'


Two $250 awards are available annually to


students majoring in Animal Science. Selection is based on scholarship and
leadership.
Virginia Hurst Whitehill Memorial Scholarships. Two $500 scholarships are
available to graduates of a Manatee County High School or resident of
Manatee County, who are pursuing or will pursue a college education
majoring in any field of Agriculture or Landscape Architecture. Selection is


based on scholarship, character and


leadership potential.


J. F. Williams Memorial Scholarship. Three $200 scholarships are available to
graduating seniors in Agricultural and Extension Education who plan to
teach agriculture in Florida.
J. W. Willingham Memorial Award. A $200 award is available annually to a


student


Forest


Resources


and


Conservation


who


satisfactorily


completed at least 15 quarter hours in residence at the junior


evel. The


funds


may


awarded


the same student two years in succession.


Selection is based on scholarship and financial need.
(In addition to the above, a number of scholarships are provided by civic


Director or Vocational Agricultural teacher may be able to give you some
information regarding such scholarships.)

GRADUATE AID


clubs and various organizations and individual


Your County Extension


Edwin


Frasier


Scholarship.


$500


scholarship


available


outstanding graduate or undergraduate student in Nursery Management.


Harold F.


Kendall, Sr. Endowed Scholarship. A scholarship,


varying in


amount, is available to a worthy and capable graduate student whose course


of study is in subtropical fruits with emphasis upon limes,


mangoes,


avocados and


including their production and marketing.


Mallinckrodt


annf ll yll


Graduate
Scar2I 1at1t


Scholarship.


cta iudnt


$1,000


wA/h r


scholarship


demonstrated


available


outstanding


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The Ruby V. Voitle Outstanding Graduate Student Award. A $100 award is


available


annually


graduate


student


with


outstanding


grad


participation and leadership in the Poultry Science Club, and presentation
and publication of scientific papers during residency at the University of
Florida.
For additional aid, see Graduate School under Agriculture.

LOANS
Alachua County Farm Bureau Scholarship Loan Fund. A scholarship-loan of


$250


available


annually


under


partial


repayment


plan


following


graduation


son


or daughter


of an Alachua County Farm


Bureau


member who is currently enrolled in the College of Agriculture or School of
Forest Resources and Conservation.
Eastern Brahman Breeders Association Loan. A loan of $250 is available to a
student majoring in Animal Science.


Florida


Agricultural


Education


Loan.


Long


and


short-term


loans


available to senior and graduate students majoring in agriculture.
Florida Cattlemen's Association Loan Fund. A loan of $500 is available


annually to a student interested


n the beef cattle industry.


Forest Products Corporation Loan Fund. Long-term loans up to $250 or $300


and


short-term


loans


to $150 are available


undergraduate


and


graduate students.


Frank Holland Memorial Loan Fund. Short-term


oans are available to


undergraduate or graduate students in the College or Agriculture.


Harold


Hume Student


Loan


Fund.


Long and


short-term


loan


available to undergraduate and graduate students in Ornamental Hor-
ticulture registered in the College of Agriculture.
John D. MacArthur Animal Science Loan-Scholarship Fund. One or two
$500 loans are available annually to Animal Science students who intend to
enter the Florida beef cattle industry.


Nathan


Mayo Memorial Agricultural


Loan


Fund.


Long-term


loans are


available to all students in the College of Agriculture.


Latt Maxcy Memorial Loan Fund.


One to two $500 loans are available


annually to Animal Science students who intend to enter the Florida beef






COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE*
SCHOLARSHIPS
Bechtel Foundation Scholarship. A $500 scholarship is available to students
at the junior level majoring in Building Construction.


H. H. Block Construction Education Fund. A $300 award


made to a


nominated student in Building Construction who has at least two quarters
remaining. Nominations are made by fellow students.


The Daniel Corporation Foundation Scholarships.


are available to U.


available to Bu


Two $500 scholarships


citizens who are juniors or seniors. One scholarship is


ding Construction majors, while the other scholarship is


available to students majoring in Civil Engineering,


ing,


Mechanical Engineer-


or in Electrical Engineering.


Andrew J. Ferendino Scholarship. A $1,000 travel grant is available to an


architecture student to be used at the scholar'


discretion


Photographic


equipment


and


film


provided


addition


weeks


summer


employment.
R. J. Fernandez Scholarship Fund. Several $300 scholarships are available to
architecture students selected by the Scholarship and Awards Committee
after completion of two quarters of upper division work with a good
academic record.
Florida North Chapter, Florida Institute of Architects Scholarships. A $250


scholarship


available


architecture


students


Architecture or to students in the Graduate School.


in the College of
Selection is based on


professional


promise


and


financial


need


. Preference


be given


students pursuing the curriculum in architecture from that portion of the
state of Florida included in the territory of the Florida North Chapter of the


American


Institute


Architects.


order


encourage


exceptional


students, applicants are required to have a B average or better


n al


university work.
Donald Whitney Cox Scholarship Fund. A $250 scholarship is available to
architecture students.


GRADUATE AID


McMillan H. Johnson Scholarship. A $100


graduate


student


architecture


scholarship is ava


with


major


able annually
Architectural


Technology and having a grade point average of 3.0 or better in upper









Julien


Benjamin


Equipment


LOANS
Company


Revolving


Loan


Fund.


Severa


$250-$500


ong-term loans are available to any worthy student in financial


need who is within two years of graduation in the Department of Building
Construction.


Dade County Construction Industry Advancement Loan Fund.


A $600


ong-


term loan is available to


uniors and seniors in Bu


ding Con


truction who


are bonafide residents of Dade County.


Florida


Association


Architects of the American


Institute of


Architects


Loan Fund.


Several $500 long-term loans are available to needy student


architecture who have proven themselves worthy


Sanford


Goin


Memorial


Loan


Fund.


Long-term


oans


aval


able


students in architecture.


Sigma Alpha


ota.


Long-term loans are available to members of Sigma Alpha


Iota.


Rudolph Weaver Student Loan Fund.


A $500


ong-term loan


able to


student
course.


n architecture who have completed two years of the University


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COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES*
With the exception of the following financial assistance, college awarded
aid is based on academic excellence. No application taken.
Schlumberger Foundation. A $2,000 scholarship is available on a competi-
tive basis to Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronics,
Electro-Mechanical, Physics or Optics students. This scholarship alternates
annually between the College of Arts and Science and the College of
Engineering. Selection is based on scholarship and that the recipient must
be a full-time junior or senior working towards a Bachelor's Degree.
Several student assistantship positions in the Department of Physics are
available for qualified undergraduates.

LOANS
Heath Loan Fund. Short-term loans are available to graduate students in
Chemistry.
Townes R. Leigh Memorial Loan Fund. Short-term or long-term loans are
available to either undergraduate or graduate chemistry students.

*Students should check with the Dean or the Chairman of the Scholarship Committee of the
College of Arts & Sciences for more information concerning the following aid sources.














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COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
AND SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING*
SCHOLARSHIPS
Wilson O. Boozer, Sr., Memorial Scholarship. A $250 scholarship is available
annually to a deserving student majoring in banking and finance in the
College of Business Administration.
Bert Rodgers Schools of Real Estate Scholarships. Two $500 scholarships,
one for an undergraduate and one for a graduate major in real estate, are
available annually on the basis of academic achievement and financial
need.
First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Mid-Florida Scholarships. Two
$500 scholarships, one in finance and one in real estate, are available to a
student majoring in each field on the basis of scholarship and financial
need.
Florida Bankers Association Scholarships/loans. Several $750 scholarships
are available annually to students majoring in banking and finance in the
College of Business Administration. Applicants must be residents of Florida
who indicate a definite interest in choosing banking as a career.
Haskins and Sells Foundation Scholarship. A $500 fellowship is available
annually to an accounting senior who has an outstanding academic record
and activities as determined by the School of Accounting faculty.
John B. McFerrin Scholarships. Several scholarships of varying amounts are
available annually from the earnings of an endowment fund. Selection is
based on scholarship and financial need.
Larson Memorial Scholarship. A $225 scholarship is available annually to a
deserving student majoring in insurance in the College of Business
Administration.
National Association of Food Brokers Fellowships. A $750 scholarship is
available annually to an undergraduate Marketing major with an interest in
the food distribution area, who has demonstrated academic ability and
financial need.
Roy L. Purvis Scholarship. A $250-$500 scholarship is available annually to an
outstanding accounting junior based on a recommendation by the School
of Accounting faculty.
School of Accounting Award. A $300 award is available annually to an
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tuition waivers are offered to students in various disciplines who have an
academic interest in preparing to work with older people.
Florida Statistical Abstract Assistantships. Assistantships are offered to at
least two graduate students each year to collect and prepare data for the


Florida Statistica


Abstract and to work in the Business Administration


Computing Laboratory. Other assistantships are offered when the Bureau is
involved in contract and grant work.


Southeast


Banking


Corporation


Scholarship.


$2,000


scholarship


available annually to an MBA student who has excelled academically and
who has a concentration in finance.

LOANS


Business Administration Loan Fund. One short-term


oan is available to


students in the College of Business Administation. Preference is given to
students majoring in insurance.


The


Florida


Association


Insurance


Women.


Short-term


loans


available to College of Business Administration students.


The


Walter


Memorial.


loan


of $250 is available to a deserving


management major.

CO-OP PROGRAM
The College of Business Administration has no formal co-op work-study


program


currently,


however


there


number


informal co-op arrangements available on an individual


possibilities
basis.


A student majoring in Accounting may intern with an accounting firm.


This


program


coordinated


School


Accounting


and


Placement Center.


Retailing organizations have made similar interning


programs possible for students in the marketing and management areas.
The federal government also has a cooperative program on an individual


basis available for students considering a business


career in Government


Service.


Efforts are being made to expand these
round basis rather than on a summer basi


internship programs on a year-


only.


Bureau of Economic & Business Research. Several undergraduate students
are hired each year to work part-time on the Florida Statistical Abstract and
other Bureau publications.








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Academy One Hundred Student Loan


Fund.


Long-term


oans


of varying


amounts are available to


Florida


residents who have completed the first


three quarters of the denta
demonstrate need.


Alpha Omega Loan Fund.


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Long-term loan


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Central District Student Loan Fund. Long-term loans of $500 are available to
dental students whose legal residence is in the Central District of the Florida
Dental Association.
Coral Gables Junior Women's Club Loan. Long-term loans of $500 are
available to dental students whose legal residence is Dade County, have
financial need and have completed at least six quarters.
East Coast District Dental Society. Long-term loans are available to needy
Florida residents enrolled in College of Dentistry who have successfully
completed the first three quarters of the dental curriculum and who are in
good academic standing.
Emergency Loan Funds. Small emergency loans are available to be repaid
within 90 days.
Florida Dental Association Student Loan Fund. Long-term loans are
available to dental students in advanced standing (after first three quarters).
Applications are available through the Tampa Office of Florida Dental
Association.
Gillette Hayden Memorial Foundation. Long-term loans up to $1,500 are
available to women dental students who have completed at least six
quarters.
Dr. Robert Gillis Memorial Loan Fund. Small emergency loans of $100 are
available.
Greater Hollywood Dental Society Student Loan. Long-term loans of $500
are available annually with a maximum of $1,000 to any one student. Monies
must be used specifically for tuition, books, supplies and instruments.
Selection is based on financial need, scholarship and successful completion
of the first three quarters of dental school. Priority for the loan will be given
to students from the Hollywood area.
Health Profession Act Program. Long-term loans of varying amounts are
available to dental students beyond their first year.
Daisy Klauber Tesher Memorial Loan Fund. One long-term loan of $500 is
available to a third or fourth year dental student.






COLLEGE OF EDUCATION*
SCHOLARSHIP
A. R. Mead Scholarship Fund. Scholarships of varying amounts are available
to deserving students pursuing work in the College of Education preparing
to enter the teaching profession.

LOANS
Aleyne Clayton Haines Loan Fund. Long and short-term loans of varying
amounts are available to undergraduate and graduate students pursuing
programs in Early Childhood or Elementary Education. Selection is based on
financial need, scholarship and promise of professional leadership.
John and Ida English Memorial. Long-term loans of varying amounts are
available to deserving students in the College of Education.
Kappa Delta Pi Loan Fund. A long-term loan of varying amounts is
available to both undergraduate and graduate students who are members
of Kappa Delta Pi and who are preparing for the teaching profession.

GRADUATE AID
See Graduate School under Education.

*Unless specified otherwise, students should check with the Dean or the Chairman of the
Scholarship Committee of the College of Education for more information concerning the
following aid sources.






COLLEGE OF


ENGINEERING*


SCHOLARSHIPS/AWARDS


Badcock & Wilcox Aid-to-Education Scholarship.


Two $1,000


scholarships


are aval


able


to a


junior and senior enrolled


n an accepted engineering


curriculum.


Ceramic Engineering and Science Scholarships.


Two $125 scholarship


available in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Ceramic


Science Option


for incoming juniors. Selection


is based on


scholarship and


engineering potential.


Chemical Engineering Scholarships. Several


$100 scholarships to freshmen


and $250 to juniors and seniors are available.


Engineering


available


worthy


Awards.


and


These
needy


annual


students.


award


$100


Recipients


to $1,000


must


Florida


residents enrolled


n civ


engineering.


The Daniel Corp(
are available to U


oration


Foundation


Scholarships.


Two $500


scholarship


.S. citizens who are juniors or seniors. One scholarship


able to Bu


ding Construction


able to students majoring


n Civ


majors,


while the other scholarship is


Engineering, Mechanica


Engineer


ing,


or in Electrica


Engineering.


The


latter


scholarship


to be


rotated


between the three departments each year.


Department
scholarship


Environmental


available


each


Engineering


quarter


Sciences Scholarship. A $100


a junior


or senior


majoring


Environmental Engineering Sciences. Selection


based on


scholarship and


a short written statement (about 300 words
qualified to receive the award.


as to why the applicant feels


Engineers' Wives Club of Polk County Scholarship. A $500


scholarship is


available annually to a junior or a senior who is not a child of one of the


members of the Engineer


Wive


Club of Polk County


Preference is given


to students who are residents of Polk County.


Florida


Chapter,


American


Public


Works


Association


Scholarships.


$750 scholarships are available annually for two years to a Florida res


Two
dent


majoring


n Civil Engineering who is


interested in Public Works Engineering


as a career.


Florida


Engineering Society, Junior College


Transfer Scholarship. A $600


tuition
hk= FFc


scholarship is available to any engineering major


. Selection


done






Florida


Section,


Institute


Traffic


Engineers


Scholarships.


These


scholarships varying in amount are available to minority students during a


period


articulation


before


entering


graduate


study


traffic


and


transportation engineering.


The scholarships provide support during a


period when other undergraduate aid is not usually available.


Florida Testing Laboratory. A $500 scholarship


is available to juniors and


seniors in Civil Engineering. Selection is based on scholarship,


financial


need and interest in soil mechanics.
Theodore S. George Memorial Award. A $200 award is available annually to
an outstanding electrical engineering student during the spring quarter.
Harris Intertype (Radiation) Award. A $200 award is available annually to a


student


electrical


demonstrated potential


engineering
I as a student.


with


financial


need


and


who


Carl


Johnson


Memorial Scholarship. A


$500 scholarship is available


annual


y to a student majoring in Land


surveying.






Merwin i. Larsen Memorial Award Fund. A $200 award is available annually


to an


outstanding student


in electrical engineering during the spring


quarter.
The Moure Foundation, Inc. Scholarship. Two $260 scholarships per quarter
(excluding summer) for tuition are available to a junior or senior in the


College


Engineering.


While


high


academic


standing


and


good


citizenship are required of the recipient, financial


need and desire as


indicated by self-help through summer and/or part-time work shall be
given preferential consideration.
Nelson E. Rosier Memorial Award. A $200 award is available annually to an
outstanding student in electrical engineering during spring quarter.


Rayonier,


Inc.


Two


$600


scholarships


available


two seniors


Engineering, one majoring in Mechanical and one in Chemica


Engineer-


ing.
RCA Corporation. A $500 scholarship is available annually to students
majoring in electrical or mechanics engineering in that order of priority.
Reynolds, Smith and Hills Scholarships. A $600 scholarship is available
annually to a Civil Engineering student and two $800 Co-op scholarships are
available annually-one for Civil Engineering and one for Mechanical
Engineering. Selection is made by Reynolds, Smith and Hills.


Ring


Power


Corporation.


$500


scholarship


available


Engineering major from the Jacksonville,


Florida area.


Schlumberger Foundation. A $2,000 scholarship is available on a competi-
tive basis to Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronics,


Electro-Mechanical, Physics or Optics


students. This scholarship alternates


annually between the College of Arts and Science and the College of
Engineering. Selection is based on scholarship and the recipient must be a


full-time junior or senior working towards a Bachelor'


Degree.


Shands & Baker, Inc. Several scholarships of varying amounts are available


Civil


Engineering


students.


Selection


based


scholarship


and


financial need.
Silent Hoist and Crane Co. Awards of $300, $200 and $100 are available for
papers judged by a Faculty-Awards Committee to be worthy of publication
in a technical journal on the general subject of "Materials Handling."


W. Austin Smith Scholarships.


Two $1,000 scholarships are available to


students in Civil, Environmental or Electrical Engineering.






Nuclear Engineering Sciences. Selection is based on scholarship, leadership
and personal character.

LOANS
Air Pollution Control Loan Fund. Long-term loans are available through this
fund.
Robert Tyrie Benton. Long and short-term loans are available to upper
division engineering students who are within four terms of graduation.
William F. Fagan. Short-term loans are available to Electrical Engineering
students with at least a 2.0 average. The minimum loan is $25 and the
maximum is $200.
Irene H. Steinman. Long-term loans are available to women students in the
College of Engineering.
John J. Tigert. Short and long-term loans are available to engineering
seniors.






COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS*
SCHOLARSHIPS


Louis


Selma


Foundation.


Tuition


and


support


scholarships of


varying


amounts


available


students


majoring


studio


arts.


Undergraduates classified


n the College of Fine Arts,


Department of Art,


and r
crafts


najoring


painting, printmaking, sculpture,


,and graphic design are eligible recipients.


creative photography,


Scholarships are


intended


to encourage and assist art majors who have estab
record and who have exhibited promising potential


basic art


shed a high academic
n the first two years of


courses.


Theatre Department Scholarship.


quarter which


may


These


be extended


scholarships range from $150-$200
cover the entire academic year


depending


upon


departmental


discretion


and


ndividua


renewa


application.
Friends of Music. Music performance scholarships.


Cleva J.


Carson Memorial Music Scholarships.


Department of Music Student Assistantships.


Callie Smith Vida


Memorial String Scholarships.


Bachman Band Awards.
Couse Gator Band Loan Fund. Provide long-term loans with a maximum
of $150.
Claude Murphree Memorial Loan Fund.


Carlton F


Whitman Memorial Loan Fund.


The


Music


scholarships


restricted to those majoring


and


loan


in mus


listed


above


Performers on band


necessarily
instruments


may


apply


directly to


Director


Band


information on


band


awards.


grants,


scholarships,


and waivers are made on an annual basis.


The


scholarship


is payable


each


term


at the


time


completion


registration.
appropriate
Department


While holding a


performance


Music.


scholarship,


area


the student must perform


to the satisfaction


must


maintain


norma


of the faculty


progr


in his


of the


toward


degree,


and must


tay off probation,


both academic and discip


nary


* Students


should check with the Dean or the


Chairman of the


Scholarship Committee of the


College of Fine Arts for more information concerning the following aid sources.






COLLEGE OF HEALTH RELATED PROFESSIONS*
SCHOLARSHIPS
Florida Society for Crippled Children. Funds, varying in amounts, are
available to students in the Occupational Therapy Curriculum. Preference
is given to Florida residents.
Florida Society for Crippled Children and Adults. Funds, varying in
amounts, are available to students in the Physical Therapy Curriculum.
Preference is given to Florida residents.
Florida State Elks Association. Funds, varying in amounts, are available to
students in the Physical Therapy Curriculum. Preference is given to Florida
residents.
Nancy Dodson Scholarship Fund. Funds, varying in amounts, are available
to students in the Occupational and Physical Therapy Curriculum.
Preference is given to Florida residents.
United Cerebral Palsy of Florida. Funds, varying in amounts, are available to
students in the Occupational and Physical Therapy Curriculum. Preference
is given to Florida residents.
Volusia County Society for Cripplied Children. Funds, varying in amounts,
are available to students in the Physical Therapy Curriculum. Preference is
given to Florida residents and particularly those whose homes are in Volusia
County.
GRADUATE AID
Traineeships in Occupational Therapy, Medical Technology, and Clinical
Dietetics. There are a number of traineeships up to $3,900 awarded
annually, depending upon the amount of professional work experience of
the trainee. The award includes the payment of tuition. These traineeships
are made available to those individuals who are interested in a Master's or
higher degree program to prepare them to teach health service technicians
or allied health professions personnel or to serve in administrative or
supervisory capacities in the allied health professions.
The Rehabilitation Services Administration has made available a number
of traineeships up to $3,900 annually based on need and demonstrated
potential for the field of Rehabilitation Counseling. At the time a student
makes final application for study in Rehabilitation Counseling, the student
may apply fdr a traineeship. Applications are reviewed after the student has
hoon ,rrpntpd fnr sctidv in Rphahilitation Counseline.






Occupational


and


Physical Therapy


in the College of Health


Related


Professions. A student should apply for this loan through a faculty member
of the department.
Poinciana Woman's Club, Miami. Long-term loans, limited to the amount of
tuition, are available for medical technology students in the College of


Health


Related


Professions.


Preference


given


Florida


residents,


particularly those whose homes are in the Miami area.


Soroptimist Club of Northwest Miami. Long-term


amount of tuition, are available for medical


oans, limited to the


technology students in the


College


Health


Related


Professions.


Preference is


given


Florida


residents, particularly those whose homes are in the Miami area.
Tropical Business and Professional Women's Club, Miami. Long-term loans,


limited to the amount


of tuition, are available for medical technology


students in the College of Health Related Professions. Preference is given to
Florida residents, particularly those whose homes are in the Miami area.
Women's Chamber of Commerce of Greater Miami. Long-term loans,


limited


the amount of tuition, are available to medical technology


students in the College of Health Related Professions. Preference is given to
Florida residents, particularly those whose homes are in the Miami area.






COLLEGE OF


JOURNALISM & COMMUNICATIONS*


SCHOLARSHIPS (undergraduate & graduate aid)
Gannett Scholarship. A $750 scholarship is available to a student completing
the junior year.


Minority Scholarship Program. $10,000 worth of


scholarship


are available


undergraduates


and


graduate


minority


students


in the


ege


Journal


Communication.


additional


$2,000


available


undergraduate and graduate minority students majoring


n broadcasting.


Scripps-Howard


Ernest


scholarships or four $250


Lyons


Journalism


scholarships are ava


Scholarships.
able to student


Two


$500


who have


*Unless


specified other


students should check with the Dean or the


Chairman of the


Scholarship Committee of the College of Journa


sm & Communications for more information


conce


rning the


owing


sources


of aid.





completed


their


junior


year


College


Journalism


Com-


munications.
Karl & Madira Bickel Work/Study Assistantships. Awards are distributed to


undergraduates


and


munications


graduates
basis of


College of


their


grade


point


Journalism


average,


Com-


professional


involvement and financial


need.


Undergraduates can


receive $850 per


academic year and graduates can receive $2,000 per academic year.

LOANS
Jeffrey L. Kockritz Memorial Loan Fund. This is an insured loan under the


United Student Aid


Fund. Applications are accepted at the Office for


Student Financial Affairs.


May


Burton


Memorial


Loan


Fund.


Short


and


long-term


loans


available to junior, senior r graduate students majoring in Broadcasting or


Speech Arts. Maximum amount of loan is to cover the term'


tuition.


Applications are accepted at the Office for Student Financial Affairs.






COLLEGE OF LAW*
SCHOLARSHIP
Crandall Memorial Scholarships. Presently there are two scholarships, each
with an annual stipend of approximately $600. One scholarship is awarded
to a student who has completed three quarters and the other to a student
who has completed six quarters. Scholarships are to be awarded to good
students in need of financial assistance.
Julius F. Parker Scholarship. One scholarship of $500 is awarded annually to
a senior with high academic standing.
Justice Richard W. Ervin Scholarship Fund. A scholarship of $500 is
awarded annually to a senior with high academic standing.
Martin Luther King Scholarship Fund. To the extent of its available
resources, the fund distributes scholarship grants to member of minority
racial groups attending the College of Law.
Phi Alpha Delta Scholarship. Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity makes ten $500
scholarships available nationally each year. Students who have completed
two years of law school and who are members of the fraternity may be
eligible for such a scholarship.
Phi Delta Phi Scholarship. Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity
annually grants two $100 awards. The Junior Award goes to the member of
the local chapter who attains the highest scholastic average during the first
year of law study. The Senior Award goes to the member who attains the
highest average during the second year of study.

LOAN FUNDS
C. J. TeSelle Memorial Fund. The fund provides long-term loans for needy
law students with good academic records. Preference is given to third year
law students.
Clearwater Bar Association Memorial Loan Fund. The fund provides long-
term loans to needy law students with good academic records. Preference is
given to third year law students.
Eldridge Hart Loan Fund. These long-term loans are made available to
worthy law students to assist them in completing their legal training.
Giddings E. Mabry Loan Fund. Loans from this fund are available to worthy
law students to assist them in their legal training.
James W. Day Memorial Loan Fund. Long-term loans are provided to needy
* & *






Leroy Franklin Lewis Memorial Loan Fund. Long-term loans are to be made


available to students to assist them in completing their legal


medical and


theological training. First priority for loans will be given to law students,
with preference to second and third year students.


Alpha


Delta


Loans.


Alpha


Delta


Law


Fraternity


recently


embarked upon a program of offering long-term loans from its Endowment
Fund to worthy student members of the fraternity who are in need of such


loans to complete their law school education.


The maximum amount of


such loans is $500 and terms are prescribed by the national governing board
of Phi Alpha Delta.


Delta


Loan


Fund.


Delta


International


Legal


Fraternity


provides


oans to local chapter members


n amounts up to $500.


Robinson Reese Saunders Loan Fund. This fund provides long term loans
for law students whose academic grade average places them in the upper
1/3% of the undergraduate class.
The five loan-funds listed below can be made available within a day or


two


following


application.


generally they are 90 day


Terms vary slightly from
oans, $250 maximum, and


fund to


fund


have no interest


charges.
Harriett-Horner Memorial Loan Fund. This fund provides short-term loans
to needy students in the second and third years of law study.
Martha B. Culpepper Memorial Loan Fund. This fund provides short-term
loans to students who have completed two quarters of Law School.
Ralph Blowers Memorial Loan Fund. This fund provides short-term loans up
to $200. Loans are made on the basis of individual student need.


Senior Law Loan Fund. This fund provides for short-term
seniors in the College of Law.


University Club of Orlando Loan Fund. This fund provides
to needy students. These loans are available to students i


oans to needy


short term loans
n good standing


who have completed two quarters in law school.

MERIT LOANS
Each year the Holland Law Center Association awards approximately 10
Merit Loans to entering freshmen who are Florida residents. Merit Loans


provide a


ump sum of $750 for the first academic year (3 quarters) of study.


Additional loans of $750 each for the second and third academic years will






MINORITY STUDENTS


additional


financial


minority students, applicants should


communicate directly with the Co-Ordinator of Minority Affairs, Holland
Law Center.


GRADUATE TAX PROGRAM


Graduate School under Law.






COLLEGE OF


MEDICINE*


SCHOLARSHIPS


Avalon Foundation Scholarship Fund.


fund is available for a few non-


refundable
candidates
These grant


grants


to outstanding


medical


school


are usually made


who


medical


have


students


been


and


accepted


n the form of tuition


scholar


outstanding
r admission.


hips.


Alumni Scholarship Fund.


This unrestricted


scholarship fund


awarded to


students
Avonelle


n the Co


Noah


ege of Medicine.


Scholarship


Fund.


These


scholarships are awarded to


worthy students


n the College of Medicine.


Bythewood & Baker Memorial Scholarship for Women Medical Students.


These scholarships are awarded to


ected women medical students.


Graham Hunter Scottish-American Exchange Scholarship. This


scholarship


is available


annually to a


fourth


year medical


student for the purpose


studying at the University of Dundee,


Scotland.


The George Graham Hunter Scholarship Fund.


This scholarship


available


annually to an undergraduate medical


student in the field of orthopaed


The recipient
faculty.


of th


scholarship


bed


gnated


by the orthopaedic


The Maurice II.


student


Givens Scholarship Fund.


n the Co


These scholarships are awarded to


ege of Medicine.


Molly and Mitche
to worthy medical


Glick Scholarship Fund.


student


These scholarships are awarded


n need of financial aid.


Wheat


Medical


Scholarship


Fund.


These


scholarships


awarded


worthy male medical students to continue their education.


Joseph


awarded


and


Wolfe


at the discretion


Medica


of the


Scholarship.
faculty to a


annual


scholarship


ssist worthy students


ege of Medicine.


SCHOLASTIC AWARDS


Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society.


sma


number of junior and


senior


student


academic standing,


eligible for membership.


sona


and profes


siona


Selection
character


based


on high


, and promise


future contributions to medicine.


The


Dean


Mitchel


Baker


Award.


One


award


is given


annual


- - . . I


1. .






Joel Cohen, Patricia Ann Maddalone Memorial Award. One award is given
annually to that student demonstrating outstanding proficiency in clinical
or laboratory investigation in the field of immunology.


The Faculty


Award for Research. One award is given to the graduating


medical student who has made the most outstanding contribution through
research during the course of medical school.
The Hugh and Cornelia Carithers Award. One award is given annually to a
graduating student on the basis of over-all accomplishments and aptitudes
in child health and human development.
The John Gorrie Award. One award is given annually to the graduating


medical student who, in


the opinion of the faculty of the College of


Medicine, is the best all-around student


showing promise of becoming a


practitioner of the highest type.
Most Noble Order of the Flea Award. One award is given to the graduating


medical


student


who


demonstrated


outstanding


proficiency


and


excellence in the field of internal medicine.


Guillermo


j. Perez Memorial


Scholarship


Award.


One award is given


annually to a graduating medical student who has demonstrated an interest
in adolescent medicine.
Roger G. Schnell Neurology Book Award. One award is given to a medical
student who has shown excellence in the field of clinical neurology.


Genevra Todd and Henry E. Meleney Memorial Award. One award


is given


to a medical student for outstanding achievement during the first year of
medical study.






The University Medical Guild Graduate Research Award. Three awards are
given annually to graduate students in the basic medical sciences who are
judged to have performed the best research during their graduate studies.
Upjohn Achievement Award. One award is given annually to the
graduating medical student who achieves the highest academic standing
during four years in medical school.
Walt Oppelt Memorial Award. One award is given annually to a graduating
medical student who has excelled in the field of pharmacology and
therapeutics throughout the four years.
The Watson Clinic Award. One award is given annually by the Watson Clinic
of Lakeland to the medical student chosen for productive effort and
scientific contribution. The research must have been presented at a Medical
Student Research Conference during the academic year.
The William C. Thomas, Sr. Award. One Award is given to an outstanding
student with an interest in obstetrics and gynecology. The award is made by
the Florida Obstetric and Gynecologic Society.
The Luther W. Holloway Award. One award is given to the medical student
showing the greatest proficiency in child health.

LOANS
AMA-ERF Medical Education Loan Guarantee Program. Long-term loans of
as much as $1,500 are available to students who have performed acceptably
in the first year of medical study.
Dudley Beaumont Loan Fund. This loan fund is to assist in meeting the
financial needs of students in the College of Medicine. It is administered in
accordance with the procedures established for the College of Medicine
Loan Fund.
College of Medicine Loan Funds. Long-term loans are limited to $1,000
annually and short-term loans are available for emergencies to students
enrolled in the College of Medicine who are in good academic standing,
have completed one quarter of academic work and can show sufficient
evidence of financial need.
Florida Medical Foundation Loan Guarantee Plan. Long-term loans for a
maximum of $2,000 are available to residents of Florida which have
romnleted their first year in the College of Medicine.






Marie Rosa Valicenti Loan Fund. Long-term loans are available to students
from the northern part of Brevard County and to students from Orange
County.
Bernard J. Wagner Loan Fund. This fund is for the purpose of assisting
students in the College of Medicine. Preference shall be given to those who
have completed the most years in medical school.

FELLOWSHIPS
Student Research Fellowships. Medical student research holds a high
priority in the College of Medicine with the primary objective being that of
involving the inquisitive student in a self-learning experience in which he is
encouraged to ask a specific question and to seek an answer. As an incentive
to become involved in research, students are offered an opportunity to
apply for fellowship support which is available on a part-time basis during
the academic year and on a full-time basis during summer vacations.
Fellowships are awarded on a competitive basis with a progress report and
continuation application required for each quarter. In addition to
providing fellowships for research, this program also sponsors a conference
series for medical students to report the findings of their research and will
contribute funds (when available) to the travel expenses of medical
students who are selected to present the results of their research at national
conferences. On the basis of the results of the research projects and their
presentation, medical students are eligible for the annual Faculty Research
and Watson Clinic awards, and graduating students may also be considered
for Graduation with Honors based on research.
Other fellowships and assistantships are available through the Graduate
School.






DIVISION OF MILITARY SCIENCES*
Air Force ROTC
Air Force ROTC Scholarships. This scholarship pays full tuition, laboratory
expenses, textbook costs, incidental academic expenses and a $100 tax-free
monthly subsistence allowance paid during the academic year.
Cadets in the Professional Officer Course may travel free on military
aircraft on a space-available basis. Cadets in the Flight Instruction Program


receive up to 25 hours of free flight training while in school.


board as well as a salary are paid during the


Room and


ummer field training.


Army ROTC


Army ROTC Scholarships. The U.


Army offers one, two, three, and four


year competitive scholarships. Recipients receive full tuition allowance,
books, laboratory fees, incidental academic expenses, and $100 tax-free
monthly subsistence allowance paid during the academic year.


Armed
Award.


Forces Communication and Electronics Association Scholarship
This award is provided annually to assist a basic course student


entering


advanced


course


complete


undergraduate


studies.


Nominees will be selected on the basis of character, academic standing, and
need. The initial award consists of a $500 scholarship.
General Creighton W. Abrams Scholarship Award. These funds are awarded
to a basic course student entering the advanced course. The scholarship is
awarded in the amount of $1,000 annually for two years. It is made on the
basis of demonstrated achievement, the recommendation of the Professor
of Military Science, and endorsement of the Region Commander.


Health


Professions


Scholarship


Program.


These


funds are awarded


students in the health professions.


To apply, a person must be currently


enrolled or accepted for admission to a medical, dental or veterinary


school


student


receive


$400


month,


plus


educational


expenses.


W. Ayer Employment.


Students


in the


Army


ROTC


program


who


volunteer to help recruit new students for the ROTC program are paid an


hourly wage.


The amount of hours worked depends on the academic load


of the student and the need for student recruiting.

Navy ROTC






scholarships also are selected through national competition, and recipients
attend the six-week session at the Naval Science Institute.
Scholarship students receive funds for tuition, books and incidental fees.
In addition, they receive the $100 per month tax-free subsistence allowance


for each nine-month school year


. And the subsistence allowance continues


throughout the summer between their junior and senior years.
Professor Naval Science Scholarships. Midshipmen in either the four-year
or two-year NROTC programs who did not receive scholarships through
national competition may be nominated for this award. These scholarships


awarded


on the


basis


academic achievement


and


professional


aptitude.


Those students selected are advanced to full scholarship status,


with funds provided for tuition, books, and incidental fees. The $100 per


month


subsistence


allowance


starts


immediately


upon


receipt


of the


scholarship.






COLLEGE OF NURSING
Occasional tuition-waivers and awards are available for students in the


College of Nursing. For information, contact the Dean'


College of Nursing.
Other financial assistance offered for nursing students is located in the
Office for Student Financial Affairs, Room 23 Tigert Hall.


Financial


Master'


is sometimes available to


nursing students


degree. See Graduate School under Nursing.


pursuing a


Office of the







COLLEGE OF PHARMACY*
SCHOLARSHIPS


American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education.


A $600


scholarship is


able annually to upper div


on pharmacy students


n the upper


25%


their class who do not receive aid from the Veteran Administration.


Barry-Martin and Company Scholarship. A


scholarship,


varying in amount,


is aval


able to residents of Dade County.


College


Pharmacy


Scholarship.


scholarship,


varying


in amount


aval


able to students who are in need of financial aid and who cannot get


help from other sources.


College


Pharmacy


Scholarship


Foundation.


$600


scholarship


available annually to upper division students.


Jack Eckerd Corp. Scholarship Foundation.


A $1,000


scholarship


able


annually


for five


years


employee


of Eckerd


Drug


or their


children.


Others may be considered.


McKesson and Robbins Retail Pharmacy Scholarship. A $450


available


annually


upper


division


student


pursuing


scholarship
a career


community pharmacy.


Walgreen Pharmacy Scholarship. A $600


scholarship is ava


able annual


upper div
Company


on student


interested student


should apply to the Walgr


een


LOANS


Burroughs Wellcome Loan Fund.
pharmacy students.


Long-term loans of $500 are ava


able to


The Dade County Ladies' Auxiliary Book Fund.


of textbooks to be


fund is for the purchase


oaned to pharmacy students.


John W


Dargavel Foundation.


Loans may be made on the average of $350


with


nol


students.


oan
App


in excess of $700 to be made in any one year to pharmacy


cation


should be made to the John W


. Dargave


Foundation


205W


Wacker Drive


, Chicago,


lino


60606.


Duval County Ladies'


Auxiliary Emergency Loan Fund.


fund provides


hort-term loan


of $200 available to pharmacy students.


Hillsborough


loan


$500


County


annually


Pharmaceutical


available


Auxiliary


to pharmacy


Loan


Fund.


students.


Long-term
Application













































Ladies'


Auxiliary of the American Pharmaceutical Association Loan Fund.


Long-term
in financial


Ladies'


oans


are provided to those women pharmacy students who are


need.


Auxiliary of the Florida State Pharmaceutical Association Loan Fund.


Long-term


oans of $300 annually are available to deserving upper div









COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION,
HEALTH & RECREATION*
SCHOLARSHIPS
H. Spurgeon Cherry Award. A $200 award is available annually to a
graduating senior who has demonstrated interest in the Intramural Athletic
and Recreation Program.
Lt. W. Edward Noble, Jr. Memorial Scholarship. A $175 scholarship is
available to undergraduates who posses a high level of fitness, a keen
interest in athletics, a strong sense of loyalty to democratic ideals, courage
to persevere in the face of adversity, and a high degree of personal integrity.
The Herman W. Schnell Memorial Scholarship. A $200 scholarship is
available to students who demonstrate a high level of scholarship, skill in
physical activities, and professional leadership qualities. Special considera-
tion may be given to a student who has demonstrated ability and interest in
tennis. Varsity athletes who are recipients of full grant-in-aid scholarships
are ineligible.


*Students should check with the Dean or the Chairman of the Scholarship Committee of the
College of Physical Education, Health & Recreation for more information concerning the
following aid sources.






UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
Scholarships are awarded by the College based on academic excellence.
No applications are taken.







COLLEGE OF VETERINARY


MEDICINE*


SCHOLARSHIPS


Alpo.


A $1,000


scholarship is available annually to one freshman veterinary


student.
medical


This $1,000 award continues through the four years of veterinary
school.


Equine Medicine. Two $1,500


scholarships are available annual


y to students


with


high


moral


character


, above


average


scholastic


potential


and


dedicated to veterinary medicine.


Florida


Farm


Bureau.


$500


scholarship


available


annually


outstanding veterinary student.


Ridge
annua


Veterinary


Medical


veterinary


Society.


Two


student


$500


region


scholarships ai
of the Ridge


_ available
Veterinary


Medica


Society.


Rod McKuen.


Four $250 scholarships are available annua


y to veterinary


freshmen.


U. S. Sugar Corporation.
students.


Five $5,000


scholarships are available to veterinary


Volusia


County


Veterinary


Medical


Association.


$250


scholarship


able to a veterinary student from


Volu


a County


LOANS


Knowles Veterinary Student Emergency Loan Fund.


Short-term


oans


with a


maximum of $250,
more credit hours.


are aval


able to veterinary students enrolled for


Chastain


loans


Foundation


$500


Veterinary Medical Student Loan Fund.


able


veterinary


students.


Long-term
endorser is


required.


*Students


should


check with the


Assistant Dean for Stud


ents Services


in the


Hillis Miller


Health Center for more information concerning the following aid sources.



























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FELLOWSHIPS, ASSISTANTSHIPS &


TRAINEESHIPS


Qualified


graduate


students


in every


department


are eligible


number of fellowships, assistantships, and other awards. In general,


awards are available to students pursuing either a master'


degree


such


or a doctoral


Unless otherwise specified, all applications for financial support


should be made to the chairperson of the appropriate department at the
University of Florida by February 15 of each year.
Other graduate awards are available through the individual colleges.
Please refer to the various college sections.


UNIVERSITY-WIDE AWARDS
AWARDS
Graduate Council Fellowships. These fellowships are available annually to
academically superior students at stipends ranging from $3,400 to $4,300 for
nine months. These awards require no service and provide full academic


residence.


tuition


Fellows must pay the appropriate Florida or non-Florida


unless a non-Florida student is awarded a tuition waiver.


Fellowships for Minority Students. These fellowships are currently available


for minority students with demonstrated financial need.


stipend is $3,420 for nine months. All fellow
tuition fees.


The fellowship


must pay appropriate Florida


Fellowships


Women.


These


fellowships


are currently


available


academically superior women pursuing graduate degrees in disciplines that


are underrepresented with respect to women.


The fellowship stipend is


$3,420 for nine months. All fellows must pay appropriate Florida tuition fees.


Non-Florida


Tuition Waivers.


These waivers may be available for non-


Florida students who hold assistantships of one-third time and above.


One-Fourth


Time Assistantships.


These assistantships provide a stipend


from $2,340 to $2,925 for nine months. Assigned duties in teaching or
research amount to 10 hours per week.


One-Third Time Assistantships. Th


assistantships provide a stipend from


$3,120 to $3,900 for nine months. Assigned duties
amount to 13V2 hours per week.


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AGRICULTURE
H. Harold Hume Fellowship of the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs. The
objective of the fellowship is the investigation of the special problems of
ornamental horticulture in Florida. The work is under the direction of the


Department of Ornamenta
of $2,700 annually.


Horticulture. The fellowship carried a stipend


EDUCATION


Many


graduate students


in education


receive


financial


through


assistantships and traineeships made available by federal and foundation
grants for research and special programs. The number and nature of these


awards vary with each academic year and within each year.


Qualified


students interested in financial support should maintain contact with the
Office of Graduate Studies in Education.
The Bingham Environmental Education Foundation. This foundation grants
a $300 award annually for a graduate student interested in environmental


science


education


. Contact


graduate


director


additional


information


ENGINEERING


Financial aid to graduate students in engineering


approximately


available through


research and teaching assistantships requiring one-third


to one-half time work loads and providing stipends of approximately $320
per month. Information regarding application for these positions may be
obtained from the graduate coordinator of the department or from the
Office of the Dean of Engineering.
Florida Steel Fabricators and Florida Rock Industries. Each fund provides
$5,000 for a one-year fellowship for civil engineering students pursuing a
Masters of Engineering degree.

LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
Tropical South American Research and Training Program. This program


sponsors


fellowships and


field


grants


for tropical South America, and


summer fellowships for research and study in Brazil.
The following national fellowships are available on a competitive basis for


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performance of no services, with stipends ranging from $3,000 to $3,900 for
the academic year.
Similarly qualified students may apply for assistantships, which do require
the performance of services, with stipends ranging from $2,000 and $4,000
for the academic year.


Randolph


Thomas Fund.


This fund provides short-term loans limited to


needy students.


The


legal


research and writing program in the Law School at times


appoints graduate tax students as part-time


instructors.


MEDICINE


Predoctora


fellowships


and


part-time


assistantships


positions are available for graduate students in the various


and


basic


research
medical


science departments participating in the Ph.D. program. In addition some
clinical and basic science departments offer post doctoral fellowships to
selected recent recipients of the M.D. or Ph.D. degree who wish extensive


research experience in th


disciplines.


NURSING


Financial


sometimes


available


graduates.


information


contact the Assistant Dean, Graduate Program, College of Nursing, J


Miller Health Center


, Gainesville, Florida 32610.


PHARMACY
American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education Fellowships. A number


graduate


fellowships


offered


by the


American


Foundation


Pharmaceutical Education, which carry stipends up to $3,000 for married
Fellows and up to $2,400 for single Fellows. In addition, allowances up to
$800 may be granted annually for tuition, fees and academic expenses.


Applications should be made to the Foundation


14-25 Plaza Road


Rodburn Plaza Building,


, Fair Lawn, N. Jersey, 07410.


PSYCHOLOGY


Financial


support is ava


able to assist students to pursue graduate work


leading
includes


to a


master


Public


or doctor'


Health


degree.


Traineeships,


Current financial


Florida


Mental


assistance


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ADDITIONAL FELLOWSHIPS
Title VI National Defense Education Act Fellowships. These are available for
students whose proposed programs em )hasize the study of Latin America
or Africa where language is an obligatory component. Current holders of
these fellowships are receiving instruction in Portuguese, Swahili, Yoruba,
and Shona for African studies. Renumeration will cover cost of all tuition
and fees plus $2,925 as stipend.
NDEA-Related Fulbright-Hays Graduate Fellowships for Study Abroad. The
purpose of this program is to enable post baccalaureate students to
undertake language and area study or research abroad.
Stipends will be individually computed on the basis of the cost of living in
the foreign country. The award will also cover travel expenses, fees for
tuition which the Fellow may need to carry out the approved program, and
an allowance to help meet the cost of research and incidental expenses.
LOANS
See Student Financial Affairs under Loans.

PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT
See Student Financial Affairs under Part-Time Employment.














































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UNDERGRADUATE


AID


The Harry S.


Truman Scholarship Foundation. A scholarship is available


which covers tuition, fees, books and room and board to a maximum of
$5,000 annually. This scholarship is made on the basis of merit to students


who wil


be college juniors and who have an outstanding potential for the


public


service.


further


information


concerning


scholarship


nomination and selection process check with the Dean or the Chairman of
the Scholarship Committee of Arts & Sciences.


The


Rhodes


Scholarship Program.


These


scholarships are


available


unmarried juniors for study at Oxford University, Oxford, England, for a
period of two years. Selection is based on scholarship, be between the ages


18 and 24 years and U.


citizenship. For more information, contact the


Dean for Student Services.
Many fraternities and sororities offer various types of aid in the form of


scholarships,


and


loans.


Interested


students


should


check


with


president of the individual


chapters for more


information.


UNIVERSITY-WIDE GRADUATE AID

The Danforth Fellowship Program. The fellowships include tuition and fees
plus $2,400 or more. Selection is based on scholarship, performance on
national tests, commitment to teaching, selection of an appropriate degree


program and


some


demonstration


promise


through publication or


service. For more information, contact the Dean for Student Services.
The Fulbright Grants for Graduate Study Abroad. The program offers grants
for qualified applicants for enrollment in an institution abroad. Selection is
based on merit of the study or research proposal, support of faculty or


persons


supervisory


capacity


and


support


prospective


host


institution. For more information, contact the Dean for Student Services.


The


Marshall


Scholarships


Program.


Scholarships


roughly


$2,500


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Applications


scores


made


through


examinations
Fellowship


and


Office,


National


citizenship.


Research


Council, 2101 Constitution Avenue, N.W. Washington, D. C., 20418.







































































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PART VI.


CUSTODIAL SCHOLARSHIPS


AND LOANS


Funds received by students from sources outside the University are
referred to as "Custodial Scholarships and Loans". Examples are awards
from Business and Professional Clubs, Sororities and Fraternities. Business
Organizations and Foundations. A list of such organizations which have, in
recent years, provided funds for students is included in this section. We do
not certify that they are currently making awards since we are unable to
verify each one. The list is offered for the use of students who wish to
communicate with any of the organizations listed.


After


30 Inc. Scholarship for Journalism and Communications majors


0 001$ Must be from Sarasota or Manatee Counties Write to


David Scheen


Sarasota-Manatee Press Club, P. O. Box 2451, Sarasota, FL. 33578.


Advance Foundation Inc. $750 Write to: P. O. Box 27
55384
Agnes Pebbles Memorial Scholarship $1000 Write to:
Tallahassee, FL.


, Spring Park,


MN.


Monroe St.,


Ahepa-American Hellenic Educational Progressive Assn. Write to: 1422 K St.
N.W. Washington, D.C. 20005
Alpha Delta Kappa Educational Sorority $100-$250 Write to: 1615 West 92 St.,
Kansas City, MO. 64114


Alpha Ka
Lauderda


ppa Alpha Sorority $300-$500 Write to: 4540 N.W.
e, FL. 33313


13th St. Ft.


Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity $1,000 for minority students Write to: P. O. Box


510027


, Miami, Fl. 33151


Alpha Tau Omega $500 Write to:


107 E. Green St., Champaign,


IL. 61820


American Association of University Women $200-$300 Contact the AAUW
Chapter in your home town.
American Business Clubs $250-$500 P. O. Box 5127 High Point, N.C. 27262
American Business Womens Assn. Contact the ABWA chapter in your home
town.
American Fund for Dental Education Dental students only $2500 scholarship
for minorities, loans for non-minorities Write to: 211 East Chicago Ave.,
Chicago, IL. 60611
American Institute of Architects $1,000 to minority students in architecture


Write to:


1735 New York Ave. N.W., Washington


D.C. 20006


American Institute of Certified Public Accountants $1,000 for accounting
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Applied Research Labs $100-$300 for chemists and engineers Write to: P. O.
Box 489, Hialeah, FL. 33011
Auxiliary of Bethesda Memorial Hospital, Inc. $200 for health careers Write
to: 2815 S. Seacrest Blvd. Boynton Bch., FL. 33435
Ayers Scholarship $1,000 Write to: 1719 W. End Blvd. Nashville, TN 37203
Barwick Industries $500 Write to: P. O. Box 9981 Atlanta, Ga. 30319
Beta Sigma Phi $1,000 Write to: P. O. Box 455, Key Largo, FL. 33037
Beta Sigma Phi Gamma Zeta Chapter scholarship through Broward Junior
College Write to: Mrs. J. Rigdon, 440 Alabama Ave. Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
Blackwood Scholarships $350 Write to: P. O. Box 1528, Largo, FL. 33540
Block Drug Co. Write to: 257 Cornelison Ave., Jersey City, N.J. 07302
Boca Raton Garden Club students majoring in ornamental horticulture or
landscaping Write to: P. O. Box 222, Boca Raton, FL. 33432


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Bateman Scholarship Fund 1st Nat'l Bank of Miami Write to: 100 S. Biscayne
Blvd., Miami, FL. 33131
Brecht Scholarship Annual Awards for residents of Brevard County. Apply
through Student Financial Affairs, University of Florida rm. 23, Tigert Hall
deadline March 1.


Brotherhood


Teamsters


$1500


Write


Louisiana


Ave.


N.W.


Washington, D.C. 20001


Business and
chapter.


Professional


Womens


Clubs check with your hometown


Callahan Memorial Trust Write to: Commercial Bank, Winter Park, FL.
32789.
Carnegie Hero Fund $1,500 Write to: 1932 Oliver Bldg. Pittsburg, PA. 15222
Catholic Scholarships for Negroes Write to Springfield, Ma. 01103
Children of Deceased or Disabled Veterans Scholarships covers tuition only


Write to: State Dept. of Education,


Tallahassee, FL.


Citizens Scholarship Foundations of Indian River County Write to: P. O. Box
339 Vero Bch. FL. 32960
Citizens Scholarship Foundation of Jacksonville, Inc. Write to: P. O. Box
1250 Jacksonville, FL. 32201
Civil Air Patrol USAF Auxiliary one four year scholarship offered. Write to:
Mr. Charles Webb, National Headquarters, Civil Air Patrol, Maxwell Air
Force Base, Alabama, 36112
Clark Foundation Write to: Mr. Edward Stack, 30 Wall St., New York, N.Y.
10005


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Daughters of the Cincinnati $300 Write to: Mrs. Marie Powers, 122 E. 58th
St., New York, N.Y. 10022
Delta Delta Delta Sorority Applications available at Student Financial Affairs
Office or Tri-Delt House.
Delta Sigma Theta Contact your hometown chapter.


Delta Theta Tau Write to:


127 N.


Avon St. Apt. C, Burbank, CA.


91505


Distilled Spirits Wholesalers Write to: P. O. Box 1630 Pensacola,


FL 32597


Disabled Veterans Holding Company of Sarasota Write to: Mr. Jackson, P.
O. Box 35, Sarasota, FL. 33578


Doherty Educational Foundation Write to: Box 300,


Tulsa, OK.


74102


Eastern Air Lines Write to: Personel Dept. International Airport, Miami, FL.
33148
Edney Memorial Scholarship Fund $300 Write to: Barnett Bank of Pensacola,
P. O. Box 1192, Pensacola, FL. 32596
Elks Lodge Contact your home town lodge.


Elks National


Foundation


Write to: Mr. Stuart


, Executive Director, Elks


Memorial Bldg., 2750 Lakeview Ave. Chicago, IL. 60614


Erskine Scholarship $1,250 Write to:
471, Lake Worth, FL. 33460


1st Federal Savings and Loan P. O. Box


Eschback Scholarship of Brevard Community College Write to: 3865 N.
Wickham Rd. Melbourne, FL. 32935


Eta Phi Beta Sorority Write to: 3010


Bronson Ave. Los Angeles, CA. 90018


Fellows Memorial Loan Fund Must be studying for doctors, nurses, medical


technicians,


and


ministers


and


resident


Escambia,


Santa


Rosa,


Okaloosa, or Walton Counties of
Junior College 1000 College Blvd


: FL. Write to: Felton Harrison, Pensacola
., Pensacola, FL.


Fla. Bankers Education Board For banking career students. Write to: P. O.


Drawer 6847


, Orlando, FL. 32803


Fink, Libby Foundation $600 per quarter Suite 406, 500 Bldg. Augusta, GA
30902
Fla. Concrete and Products Assn. $500 Write to P. O. Box 160, Winter Park FL.
32790
Fla. Federation of Garden Clubs Must be Horticulture major Write to: P. O.
Box 1604, Winter Park FL. 32789
Fla. Foundation for Future Scientists Must be in sciences. Write to: Luther
Arnold, Dept. of Secondary Education, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
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Frank


Gannett


newspapers Ap|
ticipating newsp


Newspaperboy Scholarship Must be carrier of Gannett
plication blanks available at circulation dept. of a par-
,aper.


Free Sons of Israel Scholarship Fund


Murray Birnback, 150 Fifth Ave.,


New Y


$150-$500 per year Write to: Mr.
'ork, N.Y. 10011


Funds for Education Write to: 319 Lincoln St. Manchester,
Gateway Regional Citizens Scholarship Fund $150 Write to
Huntington, MA. 01050


03103


Littleville Rd.


Gator


Bow


Assn


. $250-$500


Write


Barnett


First


National


Bank,


Jacksonville, FL.


General Motors Scholarship $1,000-$2,000 Write to: Committee For
Educational Grants and Scholarships 3044 W. Grand Blvd., Detroit, MI. 48202
Georgia Pacific Foundation $150 Write to: Mr. Talmadge, 900 S.W. 5th Ave.,
Portland, OR.
Georgia State Scholarship for Professional Students Must be a Georgia
resident Write to: 9 Lavista Perimeter Office Park, Suite 110, Atlanta, GA.
30084
Glades Electric Cooperative Scholarship $100 per quarter Write to: P.O. Box
517. Moore Haven. FL.


Glass Bottle Blowers Assn
607. Media PA. 19063


$1500 Write to: 608 E. Baltimore Pike P. O. Box


Greene Foundation Coordinator of Scholarship Services Write to: Manatee


Junior College, Bradenton,


FL. 33505


Gold Coast Voitures $200 Write to: American Business Women Assn


NW 16th St.


, Delray Bch., FL. 33444


Goodman Foundation Write to:


7 E. 14th St., New York, N.Y.


10003


Gore Newspapers $1,000-$2,000 Write to:
Lauderdale, FL. 33302


101 North River Drive East


Grant Charitable


Trust Must be child of employee $200 Write to:


Broadway New York, N.Y


1515


10036


Green Giant Foundation $300-$500 Write to: Hazelton Gates, Chaska, MN.
55318
Grimes Foundation Scholarship $350 Write to: 99 Seabreeze Ave. Delray


Bch.


33444


Gulf Dealer Scholarship $800-$1,000 Write to:
Pittsburgh, PA. 15230


Treasury Dept.,


Gulf Bldg.,


Gulfport Coterie Write to:


1120 55th St., S. Gulfport, FL.






Nina Haven Charitable Foundation P. O. Box 1978, Stuart, FL. 33494


Harry Hay Scholarship Write to: P. O. Box 581


Tallahassee, FL.


32302


Hero


Scholarship


Fund


Philadelphia


Write


Rm.


, City


Hall,


Philadelphia, PA. 19107


Hialeah Senior High School Activities Fund: Write to: 251 E. 47 St.,


Hialeah,


33012


Hibiscus Lodge #275 c/o Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assoc. Write


Washington Ave.


Branch, Miami Bch., FL.


Hillsboro Bank Leadership c/o The H


Isboro Bank Write to: Plant City, FL.


33560


Hollywood
Hollywood,


Florida


Scholarship


Foundation


Write


Box


258,


FL. 33022


imperial Palace Foundation Scholarship Write to: 313 E. 5th St., Des Moines,
A. 50309
independent Insurance Agents of Indian River County Write to: P. O. Box
'85, Vero Bch., FL. 32960


Indian


Health


Employees


Scholarship Write to:


Federal Bldg.


215,


Aberdeen, SD. 57401


Indian


River


County


Citizens


Scholarship


Foundation


Write


Dan


Richardson, P


. O. Box 339, Vero Bch., FL. 32960


International Order of the Kings Daughters and Sons Write to: Mrs. Becker
229 Jefferson Ave., Wheeling, W. VA. 26003
International Playtex Co. Write to: Mr. Edward Streck 888 7th Ave., New


York


N.Y. 10019


Jaga Charitable Trust Write to


Mr. Olson. P. O. Box 337. Vero Bch


FL. 32960


Jacksonville Golf Assn. Write to


7642 Hunters Grove Rd., Jacksonville,


32216
Jai-Alai Memorial Scholarship Write to: New Smyrna Bch. High School,
New Smyrna Bch., FL. 32069


Jacksonville


Panhellenic


Assn.


Write


First


National


Bank,


Jacksonville, FL. 32202


Jaycees-Orlando Write to P. O. Box 2047


Orlando, FL. 32802


Howard Johnsons Company Write to H. T. Sullivan, Interstate


Highway


and U


,Ocala, FL. 32670


Jr. Achievement of Jacksonville Write to: 53 W


. Ashley St.,


Jacksonville, FL.


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Kiddy Kampus Boosters Club Write to: P. O. Box 2455, Delray Bch., FL. 33444


Irene


Kirbo


Memorial


Scholarship


Barnett


Bank


Jacksonville,


Jacksonville, FL. 32231
Kiwanis Clubs Contact your hometown club


Kiwanis Youth Foundation Write to: 301 W. Las Olas Blvd.


, Ft. Lauderdale,


FL. 33001


Kosciuszko Foundation Write to


15 East 65th St., New York, N.Y. 10021


Ladies of the Knights Courts #4 Write to: 2404 Fairbanks Dr., Clearwater, FL.
33516


Lake City Athletic Club Write to: P. O. Box 6961


Lake City


FL. 32055


Linville Foundation Write to John Pottle, Escola Lodge,
Lions Clubs Contact your hometown club


Lone Star Industries Write to


Linville, N.C.


1 Greenwich Plaza, Greenwich CT. 06830


Long Scholarships Write to: 3565 Brandywine St. NW, Washington, D.C.
20016


Lumpkin Scholarship Write to: Ocala-Marion County


Assoc.


P. O.


Box


7601


, Philadelphia, PA. 19101


Lykes Scholarship Write to: P. O. Box 1690, Tampa, FL. 33601
John Lykes Memorial Scholarship Write to: 512 Florida Ave., Tampa, FL.
John B. Lynch Scholarship Foundation Write to: 4248 Wilmington, DE. 19807


Martin


Marietta


Foundation


Scholarship


Write


John Connors,


Aeorspace Headquarters, Friendship International Airport, MD
McArthur Dairy Write to: Ms. Frances Botsikas, 6851 NE 2nd Av
FL. 33138


21240


Miami,


McCormick and Company Inc.
Valley, MD. 21031


Write to:


11350 McCormick Rd


Hunt


McDonald Benevolent Foundation Write to: Mr. Frank McDonald


Almeira Ave.


Coral Gables


FL. 33134


Madden Educational Fund Write to: Ms M.


Klausemann


,1834 Woodring


Rd., Sanibel, FL. 33957


Madiera Community Service $250 Write to: P. O. Box 8721


Madiera Bch.,


FL. 33738


Magnetrol Scholarships Write to: 5300 Belmont Rd.,
60515


Downers Grove, IL.


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Martin County Mental Health Assn. Write to: 2801 A. O. Kanner Highway,
Stuart, FL. 33494
Mayo Foundation $600 Write to: 200 1st SW, Rochester, MN. 55901
Medical Center Auxiliary Punta Gorda Write to: 809 E. Marion Ave., Punta
Gorda, FL. 33950


Mellinger Educational Foundation


Write to:


Robert Clendenin


1025 E.


Broadway, Monmouth, IL. 61462
Miami Beach Civic League Scholarship Fund Write to: Mac Goldberg, P. O.


Box 87


Miami Bch


FL. 33139


Miami Dade Jr. College Foundation $250 Write to: 11011 SW 104 St., Miami,
FL. 33176
Miami Model City Scholarship $200-$300 Write to 7100 NW 17 Ave., Miami,
FL. 33147
Miami Womens Panhellenic $300 Write to: 511 Tibidabo Ave., Coral Gables,
FL. 33143


Roy


Mitchel


Charitable


Foundation


$400-$500


Write


23235


Woodward Ave., No. 208 Ferndale, MI.


48220


Modern Media Institute $250-$500 Write to 556 Central Ave., St. Petersburg,
FL. 33701


Morning Musicala Musical Scholarship Write to:
Lauderdale, FL. 33312
Naples Civic Assn. $1,000 Write to: 852 1st Ave., S.


2516 SW 34 Ave., Ft.


Naples, FL. 33940


Narm Scholarship Foundation $333-$1,000 Write to: Mr. Jules Malamud,
1060 Kings Highway Suite 200, Cherry Hill, N.J. 08034


National


Assn.


Letter


Carriers


Nat.


Savings


and


Trust


Co.,


Washington, D.C. 20013
National Assn. of Plumbing Contractors $500 Write to: Mr. Cubberley, Nat.


Savings and Trust Co., Washington,


D.C. 20005


Nat. Counci


of Jewish Women c/o Mrs. Golden,


Write to 2120 52nd St.


Gulfport, FL. 33707


Nat.
Nat.


Hemophilia Foundation Write to:


Marine


Corps


Scholarship


39 St., New York,


Write


Chairman


10018


Scholarship


Committee, 20 Nassau St., rm. 514, Princeton,
Nat. Scholarship for Negro Students Write to:


N.J. 08540
1776 Broadway, New York,


N.Y. 10019
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Order of the Golden Circle $500 Write to: Ms. Ruby Herndon, 2527 Lantana
Ave., Jacksonville, FL. 32202
Osborne, Howard Scholarship $400 Write to: Francis Grimes, Middletown


Township Public Schools, 63 Tindal


Rd., Middletown, N.J. 07748


Padolf Scholarship Foundation Write to: Mr. Bruckman, First Nat. Bank of
Clearwater, P. O. Box 179, Clearwater, FL. 33517


Palm


Beach


Junior


College


Scholarship


Write


Robert


Moss,


4200


Congress Ave., Lake Worth, FL. 33460
Palm Springs Hospital of Hialeah Scholarship Fund Write to: 1475 W. 49 St.,
Hialeah, FL. 33012


Panhellenic Association $500 Write to:


3011


Vian


Del Mar Blvd


Petersburg, FL. 33706
Panhellenic Sarasota Write to: Mrs. Nails, 1763 Riviera Circle, Sarasota,
33580


Phi Delta Kappa $500 Write to: Mrs. Blue,


1860 E. Hatton St., Pensacola, FL.


32503


Phi Kappa Tau $250 Write to: Mr. Jenkins,


15N.


Campu


Oxford


Phi Sigma Sigma $300 Write to: Mrs. Aronstein, 146 Almeira Suite 3,


Coral


Gables, FL.
Picket and Hatcher LOANS $1,500 Write to: Picket and Hatcher Educational
Fund, Columbus, GA. 31902


Pilot Club International Write to


244 College St.,


Macon, GA. 31902


Piper Aircraft Corp. $500 Write: Loch Haven, PA.
Piper Foundation Scholarships Write to: Jack Cattoni, Loch Haven, PA
Polk Advertising Federation Write to: c/o Bank of Mulbury, FL.


Pompano


Bch.-Deerfield


Bch.


Board of Realtors


Write to:


3650 North


Federal


Highway, Pompano Bch.,


FL. 33061


Pratt and Whittney $2,000 Write to: P. O. Box 2691 West Palm Bch., FL. 33402
Radio Corp. of America Write to: Mr. Leverenz, Education Aid Committee,
David Sarnoff Research Center, Princeton, New Jersey 08540


Rand McNally Co. $2,000 Write to Mr. Campbell,


P. O. Box 7600, Chicago,


IL. 60680
Rapid America Corp. $1,200 Write to: 711 5th Ave., New York, N.Y. 10022


Ratcliff Foundation Write to


P. O. Box 989


, Grundy, VA 24614


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Smith


Reynolds


$500


Write


Raymond


Church,


Florida


Engineering Society, 8352 Lone Star Rd., Jacksonville, FL.
Richardson Foundation $1,000 Write to: 1307 Glenwood Ave., Raleigh, N.C.
Rinkers Company Foundation $900 Write to: P. O. Drawer K, West Palm, FL.
33402


Morri


Rogers and Ziegler Write to


East Broward Blvd.


Ft. Lauderdale


Mr. Rogers, 700 Cumberland Bldg., 800


FL. 33301


Rotary Clubs Contact your hometown club


Rotaryann of Ybor City $275 Write to: 2404 Bristol Ave.,


Tampa,


St. Regis Paper Co. $1,000 Write to:


150 E.


42nd St.


, New York, NY 10017


Scott Paper Company $100 Write to: Philadelphia, PA.
Scottish Rite Foundation $300 Write to: P. O. Box 22761


Tampa, FL. 33622


Scripps-Howard Foundation $500 Write to: Cincinnati, OH.
Seabee Memorial Assn. $500 Write to: P. O. Box 19383, Washington, D.C.
20036


Seminole and Miccsukee Indians Write to
Dept. of Education, Tallahassee, FL. 32304


Scholarships and loan section,


Shand


Hospital Auxiliary $600 Write to Marie R. Hinley,


Treasurer of


Auxiliary, Shands Teaching Hospital,


Gainesvill


Sigma-Chi $400 Write to Scholarship Committee, P. O. Box 469, Evanston, IL.
60204


Sigma


Delta


Chi-Miami


Miami


News,


Miami


Attention


Jack


Kassewitz
Sorosis Scholarship $200 Write to: 501 E. Livingston, Orlando, FL.


Tampa


Model


Cities


tuition


residents


Tampa


only


. Write


Metropolitan Development Agency, 1420 Tampa St., Tampa 33602


Tampa Wholesale Liquor Write to:


15397


, Tampa FL. 33684


Teagle Foundation Write to


30 Rockefeller Plaza


New York


N.Y.


10020


Treasure Islettes Residents of Treasure Island Only. Write to: P. O. Box


9264,


Treasure Island, FL. 33740
United Federations of Teachers $1,000 per year for four years. Write to: Box
811 Madison, New York, N.Y. 10010


Sugar Corporation, P. O. Drawer 1207


Clewiston, FL.


I initpd -nlahtprc nf thP Cnnfederarv Write to: Mrs. Bert In eran.


1401





Club. Women who are nominated for the following awards fill out
applications and the Women's Club decides on its recipients:
Nell Critzer Miller Award: $200 is given annually to a woman student at
the end of her junior year in recognition of her high character,
excellent scholarship, and leadership in student affairs.
Edith Bristol Tigert Award: $200 is given annually to a woman student at
the end of her junior year, in recognition of high character, excellent
scholarship, and leadership in student affairs.
Francel Milliken Reitz Award: $200 is given annually to a student in
recognition of outstanding progress, performance, and promise in
music. The recipient is selected by the faculty of the Department of
Music, and her name is inscribed on a plaque which remains at the
music building.
Freshman Merit Award: $200 is given annually to a freshman girl of
superior scholarship and potential to assist her during her sophomore
year. The award is directed toward tuition support and is payable in two
equal installments.
Vero Bch. Board of Realtors Write to: Drawer G, Vero Bch., FL. 32960
Village of Palm Springs Fire Department Applicant must be resident of Palm
Springs. Write to: 226 Cypress La., Palm Springs, FL.
Walt Disney World Scholarship Write to: Mr. Ridgway, P. O. Box 40, Buena
Vista, FL. 32830
Women in Communication Scholarship Write to: Ms. Miller, 570 Hunting
Lodge Dr., Miami Springs, FL. 33166
Womens Auxiliary to Broward County Medical Society Write to: Ms.
Rosenderf, 5001 Fillmore St., Hollywood, FL.
Womens Clubs Check with your hometown club.






PUBLICATIONS


FOR ADDITIONAL AID


information pertaining to private sources of student aid can be found in a


number of comprehensive publication


some of which are listed below


Barron's Handbook of


American College


Financial Aid.


Nichola


Prola


Vincent


DiGaspar


i. Barron


's Education


rvices


Crossways Park Ave.,


Woodbury


11797.


Financial


Minority


Students


(Law),


(Education),


(Jour-


nalism/Communication).


Michele


Wilson


arrett


Park


ress


Garrett Park


, Maryland 20766.


Financial Aids for Higher Education.


Oreon Keeslar


Wm.


Brown


Pub


hers


135 So.


Locust St


Dubuque,


owa 52001.


Financial


Aids


Undergraduate


Students.


Lewis


, College


Opportunities,


492 Pedrett


i, Cincinnati, Ohio 45


Guide to Money For Higher Education.


Benn


ett Pub


thing Co.,


Char


Boston


Massachusetts 02114.


Scholarships,


Fellowships


Loans.


. Norman


Feingold


Bellman


Publishing Co.,


Box


ngton


Mass.


02174


Student Aid Annua


Chronicle Guidance Publications


, Moravia,


New York


13118.


Student Aid Bulletin


- Scholarships Offered by Labor Unions.


above.


Student Financial Help


Guide to Money for College. Louis


Joyce W


Scaringi


Doubleday


& Co.


nc., Garden City


ew York


The College Blue Book


MacM


The


Information


Foundation


- Scholarships, Fe
. 866 Third Ave..


Directory.


The


owships, Grants and Loans.


New


York


Foundation


10022.
enter.


Columbia


University Press,


You


Can


Education


Win
Serie


Scholarship.


113 Crosswa


amuel


Brownstein


Park Driv


, Woodbury


Barron


New


York
Need


11797.


Lift?


The


American


Legion


, Dept.


Box


1055,


Indianapolis,


Indiana


Scholarships, Fellowships, and Loans.


Feingold Bellman Publi


hing


, Arlington


MA.


02174


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