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Table of Contents
    Title Page
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        Page ii
    Table of Contents
        Page iii
    2005 Gator Aid info board
        Page iv
    General information
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        Page 7
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    Money matters
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    Student Financial Affairs administered aid
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    Admissions office & other academic scholarships
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        Page 27
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    State of Florida student aid programs
        Page 29
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    Financial aid for students with disabilities
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    Undergraduate aid
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    Graduate aid
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    Other sources of aid
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    Financial aid publications and services
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    Index
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Scholarships and
Financial Aid at the
University of Florida

This handbook was produced by the Office
for Student Financial Affairs for distribution
to University of Florida students.
Special thanks to all university colleges and
departments, the University of Florida
Foundation, and to the university community
for assistance in compiling the information
in this book.
Editor: Susan Mickelberry.
Student cover and design, Sheerah
Singer, Lianne Jepson; editorial assistants,
Dina Rubio, Gizelle Mazur.
The University of Florida Office for Student Financial
1" committed to equal treatment of students
without regard to race, sex, creed, color, age, national
origin, ' ', or veteran status.









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Student Financial Affaiirs
For complete, up-to-date financial
aid information, visit our Web site
at: www.ufsa.ufl.edu /sfa/


I

Try "Financial Aid 101"-a step-by-step
primer on financial aid application and
disbursement. The class is designed for
new aid applicants, but it's a good
refresher for anyone applying for or
receiving any form of financial aid.
When you finish (5-15 minutes), you
will know the answers to most of your
questions.
1. Go to the SFA Web site at
www.sfa.ufl.edu.
2. Click on "Financial Aid 101."
3. Click on "Start the Class."


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FROM THE DIRECTOR ...............................Inside Front Cover

TITLE PA G E ...................................................................................

CO N TEN TS........................................... ....................... iii

2005 GATOR AID INFO BOARD.........................................iv

CHAPTER 1-GENERAL INFORMATION .............................1
Types of Aid ................................... .................... 1
Aid Packages .................................... ...................... 2
Sources of Aid ................................ .......................... 2
Eligibility ................................... ................. 2
How to Apply ...................2................... 2
State and Federal PINs ....................... ......................... 2
Applying Online! ........................ ....................... ... 3
After You Apply .What to Expect ........................... 4
Renewal of Aid ............................................................. 4
Federal Verification ...................... .... ........ ......... .. 4
How to Transfer Financial Aid ..................................... 4
Reporting Outside Aid........................... ...................... 5
Summer Aid ............................. ................................... 5
Students' Status-Dependent or Independent? ............. 5
How Your Need is Determined ...................................... 5
Estimated Costs of Attendance ................................... 5
Financial Aid Academic Progress Requirements ........... 6
Your Rights & Responsibilities ........................................ 7
Confidentiality of Student Records ............................... 8
Petition Procedure ................................................... 8
Changes in Family Circumstances ................................ 8
Withdrawal and Refund Policies .................................... 8
Taxation of Aid Programs ............................................. 8
Anti-Drug-Abuse Act .................................................. 8

CHAPTER 2-MONEY MATTERS ......................................9
Basic Budgeting .............................. .......................... 9
Planning for the Semester ............................................ 9
Start-Up Costs .............................. .......................... 1 0
Start-up Costs Worksheet .......................................... 10
Optional Expenses ......................... ...................... .. 1 0
University Policies About Money ................................11
UF Bookstores .................................. ........................ 1 2
Local Banking .............................................................. 11
University Class Registration and Calculation of Fees .11
University Payment Methods .................................... 1 2
Receiving Your Financial Aid
(Enrollment Requirements, Disbursement) ...........2.. 1
Student Loans and Debt Management ...................... 13
Nationwide Average of Entry-Level Salaries ............. 14
Budget Worksheets ............................................... 15
Loan Repayment, Deferment, Cancellation,
& Forbearance Info ......................... ....................... 1 6

CHAPTER 3-STUDENT FINANCIAL AFFAIRS
ADMINISTERED AID....................... .......................17
Scholarships ........................................ ................... 17
Grants ................................ ................................. 18
Student Loans ...................... ............................ 1 9
Student Employment ......................... ....................... 2 2
Veterans Affairs Work Study ...................................... 2 3
Career Resource Center ............................................... 2 3

CHAPTER 4-ADMISSIONS OFFICE & OTHER
ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS......................................24
Admissions Office .......................... ...................... .. 2 4
Academic Affairs .............................................. 2 5
Athletic Scholarships ............................................... 2 5
Dean of Students Office .............................................. 2 5


Florida Museum of Natural History .............................2 5
Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art ................................. 25
Housing and Residence Education, Department of ...... 2 6
Latin American Studies, Center for ...........................2 6
McNair Program Office ............................................. 2 6
J. Wayne Reitz Union ..................................................2 6
Student Affairs, Office of the Vice President ............. 2 7
Study Abroad Services ............................................... 2 7
Southern Scholarship Foundation ................................ 2 8
UF Gator Club Scholarships .......................................... 2 8
UF Honors Office .................................................... 2 8

CHAPTER 5-STATE OF FLORIDA STUDENT
AID PROGRAMS............................ .......................29

CHAPTER 6-FINANCIAL AID FOR
STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES ............................................31

MONEY MATTERS FINANCIAL SURVIVAL GUIDE......46-47

CHAPTER 7-UNDERGRADUATE AID ................................34
College of Agricultural and Life Sciences ................... 34
College of Business Administration ...........................4 2
College of Design, Construction, & Planning ..............43
College of Education ..................................................... 44
College of Engineering ....................... ....................... 4 5
College of Fine Arts ..................................................... 5 1
College of Health and Human Performance .............. 52
College of Public Health and Health Professions .......... 5 3
College of Journalism and Communications ................ 5 3
College of Law ............................................... ..... 5
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences .......................... 55
College of Medicine ............................ ....................... 5 9
Division of Military Sciences ........................................ 5 9
College of Nursing ................................ ...................... 6 0
College of Pharmacy ................................................ 6 0
College of Veterinary Medicine .................................... 6 1

CHAPTER 8-GRADUATE AID ........................... ..............62
General Graduate Aid ........................ ....................... 6 2
College-Awarded Graduate Aid .................................... 6 3
College of Agricultural and Life Sciences .................. 63
College of Business Administration .......................... 65
College of Design, Construction, & Planning ............... 6 7
College of Dentistry ....................... ........................... 6 8
College of Education ....................... .......................... 6 8
College of Engineering ....................... ....................... 6 9
College of Fine Arts .................................................... 7 1
College of Health and Human Performance .............. 71
College of Public Health and Health Professions .......... 7 1
College of Journalism and Communications ................ 7 2
College of Law ............................................... ..... 7 2
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences ..........................7 5
College of Medicine ............................ ....................... 7 9
Division of Military Sciences ........................................ 81
College of Nursing ......................... ...................... .. 8 1
College of Pharmacy ................................................ 82
College of Veterinary Medicine ..................................... 83

CHAPTER 9-OTHER SOURCES OF AID ............................85

APPENDIX (Financial Aid Publications and Services)....90
IN D EX ....................................................... ....................... 91


2005 FINANCIAL AID CALENDAR.........Inside Back Cover


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ON THE WEB!
You'll find Go to SFA's site:
SOffice Info www.sfa.ufl.edu
Application Info
Program Info
Gator Aid Information Guide Request
Link to FAFSA on the WEB
(online financial aid application)
Free Scholarship Search links
Online Student Job List
E-Mail Hotline

USE ISIS www.isis.ufl.edu to:
(Integrated Student Information System)
1. Check the status of your financial aid file
2. Complete your Federal Direct Loan Confirmation
3. Complete Federal Direct Loan Entrance
& Exit Counseling
4. Sign up for Direct Deposit
5. Update your Mailing Address with UF


Individuals with hearing or speech impairments
trying to contact a UF agency that does not list a
TDD number should call the Florida Relay Service
at: 711, or 1-800-392-3008 (TDD).

SFA Student Resource Center
Use our Student Resource Center in S-107 Criser Hall. If you need help
applying online, completing your online Master Promissory Note, or
Stafford Loan Confirmation, our staff is ready to help. You can also
access the Department of Education's FAFSA on the Web site, ISIS, UF's
student job lists, and free scholarship searches. Our hours are 8:00
a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
ON-Line Student Job Lists
Need a job? Job lists for Federal Work-Study, Other Personnel Services,
and Off-Campus Jobs are available on the SFA website! The job lists,
updated daily by Student Employment (392-0296), contain descriptions
of the job, .:1 .:.:.-ii.:.:i person, and a telephone number for each
position. (.C-: 1.: linee job lists at: www.sfa.ufl.edu/job.html
Gator Aid Application Help Sessions
SFA offers sessions in January and February each year to counsel
students and parents on applying for financial aid at theJ. Wayne Reitz
Union at area high schools and in selected residence halls. For dates
and times each year contact SFA, check your Gator Aid Application
Guide, the SFA Web site, or the news media.


Financial Aid Addresses
& Phone Numbers


Office for Student Financial Affairs
S-107 Criser Hall, P O. Box 114025
Gainesville, FL 32611-4025
College of Dentistry: (352) 846-1384
College of Law: (352) 392-0421
College of Medicine: (352) 392-7800
Colleges of Health & Health Professions, Nursing,
Pharmacy, & Veterinary Medicine: (352) 273-6202
MBA Adviser: (352) 392-1275, X3386
Financial Aid Advisers: (352) 392-1275
Hearing/Speech impaired: 392-1272 (V/TDD)
Student Employment: (352) 392-0296
University Financial Services
(Fee Payment/Fund Disbursement)
S-113 Criser Hall, P O. Box 114050
Gainesville, FL 32611-4050
(352) 3920181
Office for Student Services
(Veterans Affairs/Disabled Students)
P-202 Peabody, PO. Box 114075
Gainesville, FL 32611-4075
(352) 392-1261 (V); (352) 392-3008 (TDD)


Federal Student Aid Programs
1-(800)-433-3243
Hearing Impaired: 1-800-730-8913 (TDD)
(Federal student aid program info;
help completing FAFSAs/duplicate SARs;
questions on your application status)
Student Aid on the Web: studentaid.ed.gov
Direct Loan Servicing Center
1-800-848-0979
TDD: 1-800-848-0983
www.dlssonline.com/
Florida Department of Education
Office of Student Financial Assistance
(State Aid Programs)
1940 N. Monroe Street, Suite 70
Tallahassee, FL 32303-4759
(888) 827-2004
www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/osfahomepg.htm


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he Office for Student Financial
TAffairs (SFA), the financial aid
office at the University of Florida
(UF), offers students financial aid
counseling and assistance to help
them pursue their educational goals.

SFA awards aid to students as a part
of the means by which they can
attend college. Our basic philosophy
is that students and parents have the
primary responsibility for paying
the student's expenses. Our role is to
try to fill the financial gap that may
exist between the cost of your
education and noney available from
your family,
job income, savings, and other
sources.

If yu apply for assistance, SFA will
evaluate your need and if you are
eligible fcr assistance will offer yu a
financial aid package. The package may
consist of scholarships, grants, loans,
and/or part-time employment (solely
or in crrbination) The amount of
your financial need is determined
based on yxir overall financial status.
See "How Your Need is Determined" in
this chapter.

Because of limited funds, SFA cannot
always offer enough assistance to
meet each student's financial need.


This handbook, therefore, includes
alternative sources of financial aid.

Financial Aid Advisers. SFA
provides financial aid advising to
students throughout the year. If
you have questions about financial
aid after reading this handbook, we
invite you to call, visit, or make
an appointment. SFA is located at
S-107 Criser Hall. Our customer
service lobby is open Monday
through Friday, from 8:00
a.m.-5:00 p.m. Customer service
advisers are not available until
9:30 a.m. on Wednesdays and
Thursday, but general information
is provided.

Satellite Offices and Special
Programs. SFA currently has
satellite offices at the College of Law,
the College of Dentistry, the College
of Medicine, and the Colleges of
Public Health and Health
Professions, Nursing, Pharmacy, &
Veterinary Medicine. An MBA
adviser and an Adviser to Athletes
are housed in our main offices in
Criser and Peabody Halls.

TYPES OF AID
Scholarships
Scholarships are awards based on
academic achievement, but financial
need may also be considered.


Paying for college is not always easy.
Each year college costs rise, and many
students and families need some form of
financial assistance to help pay these
costs. This handbook provides information
about types and sources of aid, the financial
aid application process, and financial
aid programs available to help University
of Florida students pay college expenses.









Scholarships do not have to be repaid
and do not require recipients to
perform services to receive them.
They are considered gift aid.
Scholarships are awarded by various
sources such as the university, the
state, individual colleges and
departments, and private companies
and individuals.
Grants
Grants are gift aid awarded to
students who shcw financial need.
Like scholarships, grants do not
have to be repaid. At UF, amounts
range from $100 to $7,500 an
academic year.
Loans
Long-term educational loans are low-
interest (2.77 to 9%) loans, some
of which allcw you to defer
repayment until you graduate,
withdraw, or drop to less-than-
half-time status. Short-term loans
for emergency educational expenses
are offered through SFA and some
individual colleges. Generally, they
must be repaid within the semester
they were borrowed.
Part-Time Student Employment
Part-time Federal Work-Study
employment may be awarded by
SFA to students with demonstrated
financial need as part of their
financial aid award packages. Other


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such as Other Personnel Services
(OPS), do not require that students
show financial need and are open to
any student with the desire to work
and who meets basic criteria of at
least half time enrollment and a
2.0 GPA. Wages, hours, and duties
for student jobs vary depending
upon the employer and upon the
work program. For information
about on- and off-campus student
jobs and how to apply, go to the
SFA Web site at
http://www.sfa.ufl.edu/iob.html.
Also, see Chapter 3.

AID "PACKAGES"
Students who complete a paper or
electronic Free Application for
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or a
Renewal FAFSA (see "How to Apply"
below) and who list UF as a "college
of choice" Cn one of those forms are
considered for all aid programs
administered by SFA. One or more of
the various types of aid
(scholarships, grants, loans, and
part-time employment) are usually
offered to eligible students to make
up their "financial aid package."

SOURCES OF AID
SFA coordinates your total financial
aid package. Financial aid packages
may include aid from programs in
any of the following categories:
1. Office for Student Financial
Affairs Administered Aid. See
Chapter 3.
2. Admissions Office and Other
Academic Scholarships. See
Chapter 4.
3. State of Florida Student Aid
Programs. See Chapter 5.
4. College-Awarded Aid. See Chapters
7 and 8.
5. Other Scholarships, Loans, &
Sources of Aid. See Chapter 9 for a
partial list of outside aid.

ELIGIBILITY
Eligibility requirements vary by
program. However, to be eligible for
most financial aid programs you
must:
1. be enrolled at least half time;
2. be a citizen or permanent resident
of the United States;
3. demonstrate financial need;
4. not be in default cn a student loan
or awe a refund on student
financial aid;


5. maintain satisfactory academic
progress (see "Financial Aid
Academic Progress Requirements"
in this chapter).

HOW TO APPLY
TO be considered for financial aid at
UF, you must apply through SFA by
completing the Free Application for
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) either
in the paper version or on the Web,
meeting all deadlines, and corplying
with any requests frcm our office
for additional documentation.
Applying early and following up on
your application is the best ay to
make sure you receive assistance
you qualify for in time to begin
school. Respond right away to
requests from SFA and other
processing agencies.
Although you must be accepted for
enrollment at UF before you receive
financial aid, you should apply for
aid before being admitted. For
admission applications, write to the
University of Florida, Director of
Admissions, S-201 Criser Hall, P.
O. Box 114000, Gainesville, FL
32611-4000. Or, go to:
http: //www.rea.ufl.edu/recadmi.htm

Undergraduate Catalogs are
available in the counseling offices
of high schools and community
colleges or for purchase from: UF
Bookstore & Welcome Center 1
(800) 226-3015, Museum Rd. &
Reitz Union Drive, P. O. Box
118450, Gainesville, FL 32611.
TO read the Undergraduate Catalog
or order it online, go to:
htto: //www.rea.ufl.edu/recadmi.ht
m UF's Graduate Catalog is
available online at:
http: //aradschool. rap. uf i. edu/stude
nts/cataloQg.html.

* Complete the Free
Application for Federal
Student Aid (FAFSA)
T apply far financial aid as an
undergraduate or graduate at UF, you
must complete either an electronic or
paper FAFSA CR a Renewal FAFSA and
send it to the federal processor as
soon as possible after (not before)
January 1 each year. You may pick up
a FAFSA at SFA or at most Florida high
school guidance offices and community
college financial aid offices in early


January.
FAFSAs may also be
obtained by mail frcm the federal
government by calling the following
toll-free number: 1- 800 -43 -
3243.
Undergraduate students who applied
for federal aid using a paper FAFSA in
the previous year should receive a


State and Federal

PINs

f you apply for student
scholarships frcm the State of
Florida, the state will issue you a
state Personal Identification
Number (PIN). Also, see Federal
PIN information on the next page.
These two PINs are separate and
different. You will need to use
your state PIN for state
scholarship transactions and your
federal PIN for federal financial
aid transactions. Don't get them
mixed up!

State of Florida PINs
If you receive a Florida Bright
Futures (FBFS) award from the
state of Florida, with it will be
a System ID and PIN with
instructions on how to access
your Bright Futures record on
the Web. Use it to:
(1) view your State of Florida
award status, (2) update your
demographic information, (3)
update your college choice, (4)
view the amount disbursed each
semester, (5) monitor your
hours remaining for the year
and scholarship, and (6) view a
list of correspondence sent to
you by the FBFS Program.


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Renewal FAFSA by mail from the U.S.
Department of Education in December
or January. Students who applied
electronically will receive a federal
PIN by nail instead of a Renewal
Application, so they can apply using
FAFSA on the Web.
We encourage all students to apply
"online" using FAFSA on the WEB.
This online application not only
saves time, but also offers instant
editing of your application to help
prevent errors. See "Applying
Online!" on the next page.
Apply by early February to meet
UF's "on-time" application


Applying Online!

FAFSA on the WEB
Use FAFSA on the Web cr Renewal
FAFSA on the Web-to apply online
for student financial aid. These
U.S. Department of Education
(USDOE) Web applications save
you time and provide instant
editing of your aid application to
help prevent errors. You can also
make online corrections to your
FAFSA after you submit it. The
2005-06 versions of
FAFSA/Renewal on the Web can be
accessed using Netscape Navigator
6.2 or above, Internet Explorer
5.0 or above (6.0 for Windows
XP), and AOL 5.0 or above. Go to
the FAFSA on the Web site at:
www.fafsa.ed.gov

Federal PINs
Your federal PIN is your electronic
signature to let you access your
personal information from various
USDOE systems, as well as to
apply online for federal student
aid. You will use the same PIN
year after year, so if you
received a PIN last year, that PIN
will still be valid. You can request
a PIN, request a replacement PIN,
or update your PIN mailing address
at USDOE's PIN site at:
www.pin.ed.gov
Use your PIN to: (1) access
FAFSA on the Web; (2) sign the
FAFSA electronically or obtain a
copy of your FAFSA information;
(3) complete your federal student
loan electronic Master
Promissory Note; (4) make online


deadline.
We must receive your
FAFSA/Renewal FAFSA need
analysis report from the processor
by the March 15, 2005 deadline,
or your application will be
processed as "late," and you may
not be considered for all aid
programs. Financial aid cannot be
awarded to you until we receive
your FAFSA need analysis results
from the federal processor. Apply
several weeks before this date to
meet the deadline.
CORNERSTONE. Take special care when
you complete your FAFSA cr Renewal
FAFSA. These documents are the
cornerstone of the application
process. They provide the federal
need analysis processor with all
your irmprtant financial data. The
time you and/or your family spend
working on this form may prove
invaluable in the long run.
CCmpleting this form carelessly or
filing it late may make you ineligible
for aid you need to attend the
university.

Federal Pell Grants
The U.S. Department of Education
determines eligibility for Federal
Pell Grants from information
students provide on the
FAFSA/Renewal FAFSA.
Undergraduates who complete the
FAFSA/Renewal FAFSA will be
automatically considered for a
Federal Pell Grant (and all other
federal grant programs for which
they may be eligible). See Chapter 3
for a description of this program.

Florida Student Assistance Grants
Eligibility for Florida Student
Assistance rants (FSAG) is
determined by SFA according to
guidelines established by the Office
of Student Financial Assistance in
Tallahassee. Priority is given to
Florida residents who meet the UF
March 15 "on-time" financial aid
application deadline.

When you fill out the FAFSA/Renewal FAFSA:
1. READ-Read the instructions in
tte FAFSA or Renewal FAFSA
booklet.
2. BLACK INK-Use black ink.
3. Florida Student Assistance Grant
(FSAG)-To apply, be sure to list
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Apply Early to Meet the
March 15 "On-Time"
Deadline
* SIMPLY send your paper or
electronic FAFSA or Renewal
FAFSA to the federal processor
as soon as possible AFTER
January 1.
* Apply for financial aid at the
same time, or even before, you
apply for admission.
* We must receive the results of
your paper or or electronic FAFSA
/Renewal FAFSA with a valid
Estimated Family Contribution
from the federal need analysis
processor by March 15 for your
application to be considered "on
time." Apply several weeks
before this date to be sure the
federal processor has time to get
your results to us before the
deadline. Late applicants are
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correct Federal School Code
(001535) in one of items 86-
96.
4. SOCIAL SECURITY NO.-Be sure
you have entered your Social
Security number correctly. An
incorrect Social Security number
will delay your aid.
5. SIGNATURES-Be sure all
required signatures are
ccipleted.

* Federal Direct PLUS Loans
If your parents wish to apply for a
PLUS Loan (see Chapter 3) pick up
a UF FDPLUS Loan
Data/Confirmation Form frcm one
of the custc-er service advisers in
S-107 Criser Hall; or complete
and print one from the "Forms and
Publications" section of our Web
site at: www.sfa.ufl.edu.

* Financial Aid History
Confirmation of prior financial aid
history information through the
National Student Loan Data System
(NSLDS) is required for all students
who attend or have attended another
post-secondary school, regardless of
whether or not they received
financial aid. If we are unable to
obtain the necessary information,
we will notify you that you will need
to pursue this matter directly with
us and the identified institutions.

Dual enrollment students, those
who have jointly attended a high
school and a community college as
part of their high school programs,
must also have any prior financial
aid history confirmed through
NSLDS before their funds are
released.

AFTER YOU APPLY. .
What to Expect
You will receive responses from
SFA and other agencies.

1. The Federal Student Aid Report
(SAR). The federal processor will
send you an SAR, paper or
electronic,
after receiving your Free
Aplicaticn for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA) or Renewal FAFSA. T-e
SAR indicates your expected family
contribution, which is used to
determine your eligibility for
financial aid. If yau apply cnline
and provide your e-mail address,
you will receive an cnline SAR as


scon as 24 hours after your FAFSA
is processed. When you receive the
SAR, review it for accuracy. If you
need to make corrections, follow
the instructions on the paper SAR,
or make corrections electronically
t www.fafsa.ed.gov .

2. Verification. Your application may be
selected for verificationn," the
federally required process of
checking accuracy of information
students supply cn aid applications.
See "Federal Verification" in this
chapter.
3. Notification of Aid Award. When UF has
received your application
information from the federal
processor and you have been
admitted to UF, if you are eligible
for aid, SFA will award you an aid
package based on your
demonstrated need. You will
receive an award notice stating the
terms and conditions of aid
programs awarded to you.
Carefully read the brochure with
your award letter.
If you accept the award as offered,
keep the award letter for your
records. Otherwise, follow the
instructions on the letter. Your
first award notice will be sent to
you through the U.S. mail. All
revised award notices are sent to
students by e-mail to their UF
Gatorlink account.

4. Federal Direct Loan and Federal Perkins Loan
Promissory Notes and Loan Confirmation. f
you are awarded a Stafford loan
or Federal Perkins Loan as part
of your aid package and do not
already have a Master
Promissory Note (MPN) on file,
you will need to complete an
cnline MPN. Promissory notes
are also required for certain
other loans. Federal Direct
Stafford Loan ad Federal Perkins
Loan borrowers must also
confirm online that they want
each term's loan award. See
"Student Loans" in Chapter 3
for information on completing
MPNs and loan confirmation.

RENEWAL OF AID
UF financial aid awards are not
renewed automatically from year
to year. BECAUSE YOUR FINANCIAL AID
SITUATION MAY CHANGE, YOU MUST
RESUBMIT A FAFSA/RENEWAL FAFSA


Start a Financial Aid File
What to keep in your file:
1. Gator Aid Application Guide
2. FAFSA instruction booklet
3. Federal Student Aid Report
4. Photocopies or printouts of
all of financial aid
correspondence and
forms, your federal 1
income tax returns
and W-2s, and your c3
completed FAFSA or
Renewal FAFSA
5. Borrower copies of
promissory notes
6. Your Federal PIN
7. Your State of Florida PIN and
paperwork


EACH YEAR to show continued need for
aid for the upcoming academic
year.

FEDERAL VERIFICATION
Each year about 30% of students'
financial aid applications
nationwide are chosen for
"verification," a process of
confirming data supplied by the
applicant and/or parents. UF
participates in the federal Quality
Assurance Program, a federal
program that allows the university
to establish its own verification
criteria and determine which
student files must be verified. If
selected for verification, you will
receive a letter from us explaining
what to do. You will be required to
provide verification documents,
such as photocopies of your income
tax forms with W-2s. Many
verification forms are available on
our Web site at:
htto: //www.ufsa.ufl.edu/sfa/pub/i
ndex.html.Do not submit documents
or use the verification forms on
our Web site unless we ask you t
d so. If your application is selected
for verification, aid funds cannot be
disbursed to you until you submit
all requested documents and the
accuracy of your information has
been checked. This can take six
weeks or longer.

NOTE: students who receive financial
aid based on incorrect information
may be required to pay it back.
Anyone who intentionally gives false
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applications may be subject to a fine
of $10,000, receive a prison
sentence, or both.

Your Responsibilities If Your
File is Being Verified
1. Quickly sulnit all requested
verification dcmrents to SFA.
2. Keep in touch with your parents
throughout the verification process,
if you are a deendent student.
3. Keep your mailing address, phone
number, and e-mail address current
with the UF Directory through ISIS.

HOW TO TRANSFER
FINANCIAL AID
Generally, financial aid cannot be
transferred from one
postsecondary institution to
another during the academic year.
If you plan to transfer to UF:
1. Contact both SFA and the
financial aid office at your
current school for transfer
policies.
2. SFA will access financial aid
history information for you via a
national data source. You will be
notified if additional information is
needed.
3. Be sure the University of
Florida (Federal Code 001535)
is listed on your Federal Student
Aid Report (SAR) in one of items
86-96 when you receive it from
the processor.
4. If you are receiving a Florida
Bright Futures Scholarship or
other aid front the State of
Florida, contact the Florida
Department of Education in
Tallahassee at: 1-888-827-
2004.
5. If you are receiving a Federal
Direct Loan/Federal Family
Education Loan, you must cancel
the loan with the school you are
attending, reapply at UF, and
contact all your previous lenders
to update your enrollment status
and new address.

REPORTING OUTSIDE AID
You are legally required to keep us
informed of all resources you
receive. Therefore, notify us
immediately of all assistance you
receive from other sources
(including scholarships, fellowshis.,
tuition fee waivers, Florida Prepaid,
private or state scholarships,
veterans' benefits, or any other


assistance through an agency or UF
office other than aid awarded to you
by SFA) so we can factor these funds
in early. Additional Aid Forms can be
used for this and are available cn our
Wab site at:
htto: //www.sfa.ufl.edu/oub/index.ht
ml.

If you receive any such outside aid
yur award letter should list that
aid. If it does not, SEA may have to
adjust your aid. Certain programs
require repayment of aid you receive
that is in excess of your
darmnstrated eligibility for aid. So,
report outside resources early.
DCn't find yourself in a situation of
having to repay funds when you can't
afford it.

SUMMER AID
The academic year at UF consists of
three semesters beginning with fall
and ending with summer. Freshmen
and sophomores entering the State
University System must complete
at least nine credit hours during a
summer session to graduate. SFA
supports this requirement, and
summer money may be offered if:
1. federal or institutional funds
remain for summer awards after
fall and spring semester needs are
net; or
2. you choose to attend summer
session instead of cne of the other
two semesters (for instance,
attend fall and summer semesters
and work spring semester) and
you are awarded for fall/spring
initially and notify us of your
decision to attend summer instead
of fall or spring. Students should
contact a financial aid adviser
before March 1 if they wish to
receive summer aid. See Chapter


2, for enrollment requirements
for receiving aid.

STUDENT'S STATUS-
Dependent or Independent?
The federal government has
established criteria for classifying
financial aid recipients as dependent
or independent.
If you are dependent (not self-
supporting according to federal
criteria), your parents' assets and
income as well as your own are
considered when determining your
financial need. If you are
independent, your need is evaluated
solely on your own and your
spouse's income and assets.

If you check "YES" to any item in
"Step Three" on the 2005-06 Free
Application for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA) or Renewal FAFSA, yu are
considered "independent" for
financial aid purposes:
. born before January 1, 1982;

* enrolled in a masters or
doctorate program (beyond a
bachelor's degree) in 2005-06;
* legally married at the time the
student signs the application;
* has children for whom the
student provides more than 50%
support;
* has legal dependents other than a
spouse or children who receive
more than half their support
from the student;
* is an orphan or a ward of the
court (or has been a ward of the
court until reaching the age of
18) ; or
* is a veteran of the U.S. Armed
Forces (Army, Air Force, Navy,
Marine Corps, or Coast Guard).
If you cannot answer "YES" to any
item, you are considered dependent on


2005-06 ESTIMATED COSTS OF ATTENDANCE
for a Two-Semester Academic Year
Undergrad Undergrad Undergrad GradL r
On-Campus Off-Campus at Home Off-C.,":,Ii,


Tuition/Fees*
: : : : 1 es


$3,180
930


$3,180 $3,180
930 930


$5,8 ...
9 :


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L':i1,_ H~_nirh Insurance 1,340 1,340 1,340 1,34,,
:.T-L EI I ,. ET $13,590 $14,830 $8,860 $17,54,,
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i : ,I sii Graduate tuition fees are based on 24 credit hours of 5000-9999 level
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6 Gator Aid


your parents) and must include
parental financial information on
your financial forms. If you think you
have extenuating circumstances that
would exempt you from including
parental information, contact a
financial aid adviser at SEA.

HOW YOUR NEED IS
DETERMINED
For financial aid purposes, need is
determined by the following
formula:
Costs of Attendance
Family Contribution
= Need
The following explanations of
college costs and family
contribution may clarify these
terms.

Costs of Attendance
Financial aid must be used cnly for
expenses directly related to your
education. College costs include the
following: tuition/fees, books and
supplies, computer costs, housing,
meals, transportation, clothing
maintenance, personal, health
insurance.

SFA calculates budgets (see
"2005-06 Estimated Costs of
Attendance") for undergraduate
and graduate students, on-campus
and off -campus.

Student budgets can only include
costs of attendance for the
individual student. Additional
living allowances for married
students or students with children
are not included. A standard child
care allowance may be included,
however, depending on the ages of
the student's children.

Following is a brief description of
how these budgets are derived.
Budgets are based on a two-
semester academic year and vary
according to academic classification
and residency status.
1. Tuition/Fees. Fees for
undergraduate students are based on
an average of 30 credit hours of 0-
4999 level courses. Graduate
tuition fees are based an 24 class
hours from 5000-9999. Graduate
students in dentistry, medicine, and
veterinary medicine pay block fees.
For Tuition Fees, see page 12.
2. Books and Supplies. Costs are
determined by averaging the total


cost of bocks and supplies for a
four-year accounting curriculum at
the UF Bookstore (with 25% of
books purchased used at 75% of
new book price, and assuming
resale of 50% of texts at 50% of
ccst) .
3. Computer Costs. Computer costs
built into student budgets are
"annualized." This means the
figure is derived frcm one year's
monthly costs for purchase or
lease of equipment (including
printer, modem ethernett, CD-
ROM drive) and annual software
purchases/upgrades. The costs are
figured over a two-year period.
4. Housing and Meals. Housing costs
for undergraduate students living
on campus are based an costs of
living in an air-cnditioned double
room for ten months with a phone
line (utilities, prlne line and lcng
distance costs, and refrigerator
rental allowance included). On-
carpus graduates costs are based
on an average of rents for available
graduate housing. Off-canpus costs
costs of living off carmpus in an
air-conditioned double room for ten
months with a phone line (utilities,
phlne line and clng distance costs).
Food costs for on- and off-carpus
students are based an costs of meals
established by the U.S. Department
of Labor. Fxod costs for students
living with parents are based an
State meal reimbursement rates.
5. Transportation. On- and off-
campus transportation costs
allow for three round-trips to
Miami per two semesters; plus
(on-campus students) two city
round trips per week and a
campus bus pass; or (off-
campus students)one round trip
city bus ticket per day, seven
days per week, for 34 weeks.
6. Personal/Health Insurance. The
personal budget is based on the
U.S. Department of Labor's
established personal costs.
Health insurance costs are based
on literature from UF's
Insurance Director and
Committee Chairperson.
7. Clothing Maintenance. The budget
for clothing maintenance is based
on the Insurance Director and
Committee Chairman, 392-
1665.
Family Contribution
Briefly, parents' contribution +
student's contribution = expected
family contribution. Family
contribution is the amount you and
your family are expected to
contribute toward your college costs.


Your family's total income and
financial situation are taken into
account in determining financial
need.
Parental Contribution. In
determining parental contribution,
deductions are made for parents'
employment costs; living expenses,
such as fcod, clothing, and housing;
and the amount of taxes paid.
Also considered are family size,
number of family members
attending college or other
postsecondary schools, number of
parents working, and the elder
parent's age. In general, parents
and students are expected to pay as
much of the educational costs as
they reasonably can afford.
Student Contribution. Students are
expected to help pay their
educational costs from resources
they have, such as savings, income,
benefits, or employment. After
analyzing all student income and
assets available, a determination of
the student contribution is made.
There may be instances when no
student contribution is required.
Married couples are considered for
aid individually; if both spouses
are students, each should apply for
financial aid separately. Both
spouses are expected to contribute
toward joint expenses, regardless
of student or employment status.

FINANCIAL AID
ACADEMIC PROGRESS
REQUIREMENTS
UF students receiving financial aid
are required to be in good standing
and maintain satisfactory academic
progress. To be eligible to receive
financial aid, students must comply
with the following conditions.
I. Undergraduates
A. Qualitative Measure of Progress
1. Students must have a
cumulative 2.0 grade point
average by the end of 60 carried
academic credit hours and must
maintain at least a cumulative
2.0 grade point average
throughout their undergraduate
enrollment. Students failing to
meet this requirement will be
suspended from receiving
financial aid until they meet the
requirement.
2. Until the completion of 60
academic credit hours, students'
progress for financial aid
purposes will be evaluated under
the same standards approved by
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detemining eligibility for
continued enrollment:
a Students who have from .5 to
14.5 grade points less than a
2.0 cumulative grade point
average will be placed on
financial aid probaticn.
h Students who have 15 or
more grade points less than a
2.0 cumulative grade point
average will be suspended
frcm financial aid for one
term.
c Students who do not reduce
their grade point deficit to less
than 15 deficit grade points
the following term of
enrollment will be terminated
frcn financial aid.
d Students who reduce their
grade point deficit to less
than 15 grade points below a
2.0 cumulative grade point
average will return to the
status outlined in 2a. of this
section.
3. Any action taken by the UF
Senate Committee on Student
Petitions regarding students'
appeals of suspended enrollment
because of grade point deficit
(for students who have not yet
earned 60 credit hours) will
also apply to the financial aid
component of the academic
progress policy.
B. Time-Frame for Completing
Degree Objectives
1. Students will not be eligible for
aid if they do not earn a
baccalaureate degree after
carrying 150 credit hours
(whether or not they received
aid for all terms), with the
following exception:
2. Students may carry up to 160
credit hours for programs that
regularly require more than 120
earned hours to achieve a
baccalaureate degree.
C. Measurements of Progress within
Time-Frame
1. Students classified as freshmen
must earn 75% of their hours
carried and achieve sophomore
status (30 earned hours) after
carrying a maximum of 40
credit hours.
2. Students classified as
sophomores must earn 78% of
their total credit hours carried
and achieve junior status (60
earned hours) after carrying a
maximum of 77 credit hours.
3.Students classified as juniors
(including 3UF) must earn 82%
of their total credit hours
carried and achieve senior status
(90 earned hours) after carrying


a maximum of 110 credit hours.
4. Students classified as seniors
must earn 87% of their total
hours carried and must have
earned a baccalaureate degree
after carrying a maximum of
150 credit hours with the
following exception:
-Students who have earned more
than 120 credit hours for a
baccalaureate degree and are
enrolled in a program requiring
more than 120 earned credit
hours for a baccalaureate degree
must earn 91% of their hours
carried and must earn a
baccalaureate degree after
carrying a maximum of 160
credit hours.
5. Students who do not earn the
minimum percentage of credit
hours specified will be placed on
financial aid probation for one
term. During the following term
of enrollment,
these students must raise their
percentage of credit hours
earned to the specified minimum.
Students who do not will be
suspended from aid until they
meet this standard.
D. Maximum Terms for Receiving
Financial Aid
1. Students may receive up to ten
full-time terms of aid (or the
equivalent), with the following
exceptions:
a Students admitted under the
Board of Education (BOR) ten
percent admissions policy may
receive up to 11 full-time
terms (or the equivalent) of
aid.
h Students in programs
requiring more than 120
credit hours to earn a
baccalaureate degree may
receive up to 11 full-time
terms (or the equivalent) of
aid.
c Students admitted under the
BOR ten percent admissions
policy in a program requiring
more than 120 credit hours
may receive up to 12 full-
time terms (or the
equivalent) of aid.
2. The maximum number of terms
students transferring to UF may
receive aid will be prorated
based on their entering
enrollment status. For example,
a student enrolling as a junior
may receive a maximum of five
terms of aid to earn a
baccalaureate degree. Aid
received at another institution
will not count toward this limit.


II. Postbaccalaureate Students
Students enrolled in postbaccalaureate
studies must petition the Academic
Progress Appeals Committee to
continue to receive financial aid.
Postbaccalaureate students must meet
the same academic requirements as
undergraduates, as specified under
I.A.1. above. The types of financial aid
available to postbaccalaureate
students will depend on the student's
degree-seeking status.

III. Graduate Students
Since many courses require research
projects that take more than a
semester to complete, grades of "I"
are routinely posted until the
coursework has been finished.
Therefore, the following satisfactory
progress standards have been
designed to take this grading practice
into account.

A. Qualitative Measure of Progress
Students must maintain a minimum
2.0 cumulative grade point
average or meet academic
standards required by their
departments, whichever is higher.
B. Time-Frame for Completing
Degree Objectives
Students will be ineligible for aid
if they do not attain their degree
objectives after carrying the
maximum number of credit hours
listed below (whether or not they
have received aid for all terms):
1. 70 credit hours at the graduate
level for a master's degree
program.
2. 164 credit hours at the
graduate level for a doctor of
pharmacy degree.
3. 100 credit hours at the
graduate level for a specialist's
degree program (including
master's degree hours).
4. 120 credit hours at the
graduate level for a doctoral
degree program (including
master's degree hours).
C. Measurements of Progress within
Time-Frame
1. Students must earn 75% of
credit hours carried at the
graduate level.
2. Students who do not earn 75%
of credit hours carried will be on
financial aid probation for cne
term. During the following term
of enrollment these students
must raise their percentage of
credit hours earned to the
minimum. If they do not, they
will be suspended from aid until
they meet the standard.

IV. Law Students
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Students must maintain a 2.0
minimum cumulative grade point
average, or meet academic
standards required by the College
of Law, whichever is higher.
B. Time-Frame for Completing
Degree Objectives
1. Students will be ineligible for
aid if they do not attain their
degree objective after carrying
the maximum credit hours listed
below (whether or not they
received aid for those terms):
a 45 credit hours at the graduate
level for students enrolled in
the Master of Laws in Taxation
Program.
b 100 credit hours at the
graduate level for students
enrolled in the Juris Doctor
Program.
C. Measurements of Progress within
Time-Frame
-Students will be evaluated each
term for eligibility to enroll the
following term.
V. Professional Students in theColleges
of Medicine, Dentistry, and
Veterinary Medicine
A. Qualitative Measure of Progress
Since professional schools use a
nontraditional grading system (one
not based upon grade point
average) to assess satisfactory
completion of course work, the
same policy (a similar
nontraditional approach) will be
used to measure qualitative
progress for continuing financial
aid eligibility.
B. Time-Frame for Completing
Degree Objectives
Students must earn their degrees
within four years.
C. Measurements of Progress within
Time-Frame
1. Students will be evaluated
annually
in September to determine
advancement to the next class
level.
2. Students who do not advance
to the next class level but are
still eligible for enrollient will
be cn financial aid probation for
the following year. Students who
have not advanced to the next
class level by the end of the
probationary period will no
longer be eligible for financial
aid.
VI. Additional Policies Which Apply to
All Students
A. Withdrawal Policy
1. Students who withdraw from
school once while receiving
financial aid will be cn financial
aid warning.


2. Students who withdraw from
school two or more times while
receiving financial aid will no
lcnger be eligible for financial
aid.
3. Withdrawal from a Summer A
or B term will constitute one-
half of a withdrawal.
B. Treatment of Course Withdrawals,
Incompletes, Course Repetitions,
and Remedial Courses
1. Treatment of course
withdrawals, incomplete, and
course repetitions will conform
to the academic standards for UF
for determining grade point
average.
2. Remedial courses are not
offered at the University of
Florida.
C. Appeals
Students who think extenuating
circumstances have contributed to
their failure to maintain
satisfactory academic progress
may petition the Academic
Progress Appeals Committee for
reassessment of their status.
VII. Other Categories
Students enrolled in curricula not
specifically addressed in this policy
must petition the Academic Progress
Appeals Committee to continue to
receive financial aid.

YOUR RIGHTS AND
RESPONSIBILITIES
As a student consumer, you have the
right to:
0- be informed of the correct
procedures for applying for aid,
cost of attendance, aid programs
available, hcw financial need is
determined, criteria for awarding
aid, how academic progress is
determined, and what you must do
to continue receiving aid.
0- be informed of the type and amount
of assistance you will receive, how
much of your need has been met,
and how and when you will be paid.
- appeal financial aid office decisions
with regard to your application.
0- view the contents of your financial
aid file, in accordance with the
Family Educational Rights and
Privacy Act.
0- know the conditions of any loan you
accept.
0- know the job description and
starting pay rate for any student
job you accept.
It is your responsibility to:
0- complete application materials
correctly and submit them on time.
0- read and understand all materials
sent to you from SFA and other


financial aid agencies; keep copies
of all forms and materials you
sign and send in.
0 know and comply with the rules
governing aid you receive.
0- provide all documentation and
information requested by SFA.
0- comply with the provisions of any
promissory note and all other
agreements you sign.
0- use aid only for educational
expenses related to attending the
university.
0- notify SFA of all resources not
listed on your award letter (see
Reporting Outside Aid).
0- maintain satisfactory academic
progress.
- keep your local/permanent
addresses and phone number
current at UF's Office of the
University Registrar.
0- register for the number of hours
required for your aid
disbursement (see
http://www.sfa.uf edu/receiving
/enroll.html).

CONFIDENTIALITY OF
STUDENT RECORDS
UF ensures the confidentiality of
student records in accordance with
State University System rules, state
statutes, and the Frmily Edication
Rights and Privacy Act of 1974-
Buckley Amendment. Your family
financial information and the type and
amount of yxur aid are held in
confidence. Infnmation is released
only with your written consent.

PETITION PROCEDURE
If you think sane aspect of your
financial situation was overlooked
that would affect an evaluation of
your need, you are entitled to an
appeal. Petition forms are available
at the SFA reception desk and on the
SFA Web site at
http://www.sfa.ufl.edu/receiving/p
etition.html. The workload at SFA
when you file your petition will
determine the response time to the
appeal. All actions resulting frcm the
petition process are contingent upon
fund availability and any processing
deadlines which may be in effect at
the time of petition approval.

CHANGES IN FAMILY
CIRCUMSTANCES
If any of the following circumstances
apply to you/your family, check with
your financial aid adviser immediately
to see if this might affect your
financial aid application. Iarch 1-June


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The key to successfully managing your
money is planning. It is essential that you
plan how you will spend your money.
If you don't, you may find yourself in a
very difficult position as the year passes.
Controlling your expenses through
budgeting requires planning, discipline,
and a basic understanding of simple
budgeting techniques.


BASIC BUDGETING
Step 1-Calculate Your Projected
Income. Begin by estimating the
amount of money you will have to
cover your expenses for the
semester. Potential income sources
may include:
/ Your savings
/ Earnings from a part-time job
V Financial aid awarded
V Parental contribution
V Benefits
Step 2-List Fixed Expenses. Fixed
expenses are those which do not
vary, such as tuition and fees. Ask
yourself if you have any control
over the cost of the item or
service. List the item as a fixed
expense only if the answer is no.
The university develops standard
budgets for categories of students
within the school's population (see
"How Your Need is Determined,"
Chapter 1). You can use these
sample budgets as a guide to
estimate your costs, here and in
Step 3.

Step 3-List Variable Expenses.
Variable expenses are subject to a
certain amount of control. They can
be obtained at varying costs, and in
scme cases you can do without them.
Examples are:
V Housing and Meals


V Books and supplies
V Computer Costs
V Transportation
/ Personal expenses
/ Insurance
V Clothing maintenance
Step 4-Total Expenses. Add your
fixed expenses to your variable
expenses to obtain your "total
expenses."

Step 5-Balancing Your Budget.
Subtract your total expenses (Step
4) from your projected income
(Step 1). If your estimated
expenses are higher than your
projected income, see "Cutting
Costs" for ways to reduce your
spending.
Cutting Costs
If your costs are out of line with
your income, the solution lies in
your variable expenses (Step 3).
Try the following cost-cutting
suggestions:

Housing & Meals
-Ccrpare costs of living on
campus with living off campus.
-Estimate the cost of utilities in
emch
housing option.
-Consider living at home.
-Compare costs of cooking or
restaurants with meal plan.


Books & Supplies
Consider buying used books, or
checking out supplementary texts
from the library.
Transportation
- Don't bring a car to school.
- Invest in a bicycle.
- Ride the local city bus. It's free
with your Gator 1 Card!
-When traveling home, compare
air fare with bus and train fare.
Check the ride board at the Reitz
Union.
Clothing/Personal/Insurance
- Limit clothing purchases to basics.
- Patronize second-hand clothing
stores.
- Compare prices and buy sale
items.
- Take advantage of campus
insurance.

PLANNING FOR THE
SEMESTER
When planning for the semester,
you need to keep in mind: (1) the
source of your money (savings,
parents, financial aid, part-time
work), and (2) when it will
arrive, or be available (lump sum,
installments, or beginning of
semester).
If money comes from home, it may
be best to receive it in monthly
installments. Students who have a


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lump sum of available cash to last
throughout the semester (for
instance, from a student loan),
must learn to budget it over four
months. On the other hand, part-
time jobs provide continual
income. A savings or checking
account may be useful. Money from
some financial aid programs is not
available at the beginning of the
term, and students should be
prepared to pay immediate
expenses from other sources. See
"Start-up Costs" below.

START-UP COSTS
Use the following "Start-Up Costs
Worksheet" to estimate how much
cash you will need when you arrive
on campus.
Step one is checking off items
already paid. Step twA is listing
deferments-some items can be
deferred for students who meet
eligibility requirements. Students
whose fees or housing costs have
been deferred can check off these
items. All other expenses go in the
"Still Need" column. The total
amount in the "Still Need" column is
the amount you should have available
to cover start-up costs.

Because of possible delays in arrival
of funds from state and federal
programs, students awarded
financial aid should bring enough
money with them in the fall to cover
at least a full month's expenses. See
"2005-06 Estimated Costs of
Attendance" in Chapter 1 and the
following descriptions for an
explanation of how we determine


*START-UP COSTS
WORKSHEET


estimated costs. Because of early
printing, cost information is subject
to change for 2005-06.

TUITION/FEES: Fees are due at the
end of the second week of classes. You
will not receive a bill. To figure
fees, see "University Class
Registration and Calculation of Fees"
on the following pages. University
Financial Services (UFS) accepts
cash, personal checks, cashier's
checks, money orders, debit/ATM
cards, MasterCard, VISA,
and American Express.

HOUSING: On-campus housing costs
for the entire fall semester must be
paid by August 1. The on-campus
figure listed is an average for an
air-conditioned, double room with
one roommate and includes a
telephone line, utilities, and
refrigerator rental. Off-campus
costs include a student's share of a
local apartment; allowances are
included for telephone service, long
distance, and utility costs.

OFF-CAMPUS SECURITY DEPOSITS,
HOOK-UP: Following are general
costs of security deposits for
utilities. Gainesville Regicnal
Utilities: electric, gas, and water-
$200, gas only-$50, electric and
gas or electric only-$150; plus a
$15-$35 service charge ($20
same-day service); Bell South (off-
campus)-$40 minimum for hook-
up; deposits based on overall credit
and previous phone history.

BOOKS: Books must be paid for at
the time of purchase. (UF


Approximate
Cost Per
Semester


Already
Paid


Bookstores accept cash, checks with
an I.D., Mastercard, Visa, American
Express, and Discover. Students can
also "shop around" (Florida
Bookstore, Goerings, T.I.S. College
Bookstore, etc.)

MEALS: Meal costs for students are
based on costs of meals as
established by the U.S. Department
of Labor. Declining Balance
Accounts and several Meal Plans
are available from Gator Dining
Services at
httD: //www. atordinin. com/,
352-392-2491. Meal plans for
Spring 2005 ranged from
$1,185-$1,480, tax included.
Gator Dining Services accepts cash,
checks, Visa, Mastercard, and
American Express.

MISCELLANEOUS: Students should
bring enough money to cover
personal expenses such as clothing,
laundry, transportation and
recreation for several months. See
"Estimated Costs of Attendance" in
Chapter 1 and "Optional Expenses"
below for estimates of these types
of expenses.

OPTIONAL EXPENSES
The following expenses will give
you an idea of the types of costs you
should consider when making up a
budget.
*Due to early printing, figures are
subject to change.
1. *UF Parking Decal: $47 per
semester; $94 per year (three
semesters). Motorcycle-$24 per
year; $12 per semester. (03-


Deferred
Against
Financial Aid


Still
Need


**Tuition/Fees: In-state $1,590
Dit -of-State 8 51 0
*Housing On-Campus 3,130
F Mpal Off-Camapu (hoiucina andmeals)3 750
***Off -Campus Electric, gas, water average 235
Denpsits: Telephone hookup (minimum) 40_
Ronks & S Lppl 1i includess crmpiutr cogts) : 920
Misc.: Clothing, Personal, Health 1,155
Insurance, Transportation


Read the descriptions of how costs are derived in the "Start-Up Costs," above.
Tuition costs are based on projected figures for 2005-06.
This figure is a one-time, not a per-semester, expense. Please note that it is also included in the

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04 Rates)
2. Refrigerator Rental: Small (3.0
cu. ft.)-$60 for a year; large
(5.0 cu. ft.)-$70 for a year;
Combination Unit
(fridge/freezer/
microwave)-$170; $25
deposits.
3. Laundry: $.75 for washer (26
minutes) and $.75 for dryer
(46 minutes) per load in
Residence Halls.
4. Residence Hall Activities: free
check cashing in the area
government offices, equipment
checkout (vacuum cleaners,
blenders, etc.), and residence
area social activities such as
movies, concerts, and barbeques,
with activity card.
5. Campus Bus/Regional Transit:
free with Gator One Card.
6. Athletic events with no season
pass: Football, $7 for UF
students per event; basketball,
free with UFID.
7. Athletic events with a season
pass: Football, $42 per season;
basketball, free with a UFID.
8. Homecoming: with season pass,
$7 for students, $22 for student
guests; Growl, $12 for students;
$16 for student guests.
9. Theaters: $30/semester ($6.50
at local theaters; JWRU movies
free with UFID, $4 without);
Constans Theatre: $8.00 for
students with Gator One IDs;
Hippodrome State Theatre
productions: Flex passes $65-
120 or $12-16 per show
w/UFID, Sunday-Tuesday movies
$6.00 (Sunday and Tuesday
matinees $4.00).
10.Munchies: (pizza, ice cream,
vending machines): $20/week.
11. Recreation: O'Connell Center:
basketball/pool/squash and
racquetball courts/weight-rocm:
free. Student Recreation &
Facility Center and Southwest
Recreation Facility: free.
Residence hall recreation
facilities:
free. Reitz Union Games Area:
bowling, before 6:00 p.m.
$1.50, after $2.25, shoe rental
free before 6:00 p.m., then
$1.50; billiards/pool,
$3.00/hour before 6:00 p.m.,
after $4.50;
football $1.50 hour; video
arcade,


$.50-$1.00per game.
12. Parking Tickets: $7-$250 per
violation; towing and
impounding,
up to $30 plus amount owed in
tickets and tcw charges.

UNIVERSITY POLICIES ABOUT
MONEY

"Holds"
The university places "holds" on
student records for outstanding
debts for tuition, parking tickets,
housing, infirmary charges,
library fines, returned checks,
loan repayment problems, etc. A
hold prevents further academic
progress. With a hold on their
records, students cannot receive
grades or transcripts, register for
another term, receive a diploma,
or use many university services. If
the Registrar's Office informs you
that you have a financial hold on
your records, use ISIS to find out
about debts (amounts due and
source and type of debt). You may
also go to University Financial
Services (UFS) at S-113 Criser
Hall to learn the reason for the hold
and clear your records. TO prevent a
hold cn rexrds, pay university bills
promptly.
Fee Payment
UF des not bill students for
tuition/fees. Students are
responsible for calculating and
paying their tuiticn/fees by the fee
payment deadline (see "University
Class Registration and Calculation of
Fees" in this chapter). Students
with fees deferred against financial
aid must pay their fees upon receipt
of the aid, or by the deferred fee
payment deadline, whichever comes
first.

Deferments
The university may permit
defenent of tuition and fees for
students receiving aid frcm federal
or state programs if such aid is
scheduled for disbursement after the
fee payment deadline. Deferments
are automatically granted to eligible
financial aid recipients against
financial aid they have been awarded.
Deferments are posted about one
week before the semester begins. To
see if your fees have been deferred,
use ISIS, or check with your


SIGN UP FOR

DIRECT DEPOSIT
Get your money faster! Mailing
address problems are eliminated.
No more standing in line at the
bank to deposit your check. Most
students receive their financial
aid from UFS by direct deposit of
their aid funds into their bank
checking accounts. To sign up for
Direct Deposit use UF's ISIS
system on the Web at:
www.isis.ufl.edu Go to
"Financial Services," then choose
"EFT Signup." Also use "EFT
Signup" to change your bank mid-
year if necessary. Hurry! It


financial aid adviser. Students who
do not receive a deferment and think
they may be eligible should check
with SFA.
Fee deferments are also issued to
veterans and to scme dependents of
veterans who receive educational
benefits. Applying late for financial
aid may jeopardize eligibility for a
fee deferment.
Questions about deferments for
University of Florida housing should
be addressed to the UF Department of
Housing and Residence Education,
(352) 392-2161.
Students whose fees are deferred
against financial aid mist pay fees
by the deferred fee payment
deadline, whether or not their aid
has arrived.

Direct Deposit of
Financial Aid
UF offers the service of depositing
your financial aid directly to your
bank checking account. This
process will not delay
disbursement of your financial aid
and saves trips to the bank. See
"Sign Up for Direct Deposit." For
more information, contact UFS in
S-108 Criser Hall.
Late Fees*
The university charges a $100 late
fee for registering late and another
$100 late fee for paying fees after
the deadline. Students may be
charged cne or both late fees. If you
have a fee deferment, you will be
charged a late payment fee if you do
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deadline date.

Returned Checks/
Late Loan Repayment
Students who have checks returned
for any reason or are late repaying
loans may:
(1) lose eligibility for paying debts
by check and for short-term loans
and other UF loans (Perkins,
institutional loans); and (2) have
aid disbursements withheld until
they clear the checks) and/or
repay their loan in person at UFS in
S-113 Criser. A $25-$40 fee is
assessed for returned checks.

Parking Fines*
UF Traffic and Parking publishes a
parking policy brochure each year
which you receive if you buy an on-
campus parking decal. You MUST
have a decal to park on campus.
Tickets for parking violations range
from $5-$250. If the University
Police Department has your car
tcwed or places a lock on your
wheel, you must pay $35 plus
outstanding tickets and tow charges
to retrieve your car.


2005-06* Tuition Fees



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Library Fines*
Overdue library book charges are 25
cents per day. UF will bill ymu for
overdue charges. You cannot pay
these fines when you return the
books, but must wait for the bill.

*Late fees and fines are
subject to change.

UF BOOKSTORES
Checks are accepted for amount of


purchase with a photo I.D. UF
Bookstores accept Mastercard,
Visa, Discover,
or American Express. Branch
locations: Health Sciences
Bookstore, Law School Bookstore,
Veterinary Medicine Bookstore,
and the Reitz Union Corner Store. A
Textbook Deferred Payment
Program is available by
application to financial aid
recipients who meet eligibility
requirements. See the Online
Bookstore Web page at:
www.bsd.uf 1.edu/bookstore/

LOCAL BANKING
Checking/Savings Accounts
For convenience, you may want to
open a local checking or savings
account or an account with a bank
which participates in the Honor or
Exchange Systems (computerized
networks of banks,
other financial institutions, and
businesses which allow you to
make deposits, withdrawals, and
other financial transactions from
automatic tellers at participating
businesses).


Automatic Tellers
Autcratic tellers are


Full Timrr


available on


Half Timp


the ground floor of the Reitz Union
fcr:
Sun Trust, Wachovia, Bank of
America, and Campus USA Credit
Union. Bank of America and
Wachovia also have automatic tellers
located on campus, which can be
found in frcnt of the HUB and at
Gator Dining Corner. Students who
participate in the Honor or Exchange
systems may also use these
machines.

UNIVERSITY CLASS REGISTRATION
AND CALCULATION OF FEES
Before the beginning of the
semester, students should consult


the University Financial Service's
Fee Calculation Information and
Tuition and Fees Brochure Et
http://fa.ufl.edu/ufs/studentlinks.
html to calculate their fees.

Fees are based on the total number
of registered credits. The hourly
rate is based on residency status
and course level. The following
tuition fee figures are for the 2004-
05 academic year, since 2005-06
fees are not available at the time of
printing. To calculate your fees, add
the number of credit hours you will
take at each level. Multiply the
charge per hour by the number of
hours at that level. Aid the costs for
each level. In addition to tuition
fees, you will need to add material
and supply fees for sore classes.
Check the online Tuition and Fees
Brochure each semester for a list of
these classes and amounts.

Student Health Fee
The student health fee is included in
both the rate per credit hour and the
block fees figures. It includes
professional office visits with the
Student Health Care Center medical
and nursing staff, except those with
specialty personnel and special tests.
Counseling sessions at the
Infirmary's MYntal Health Service are
covered. UF strongly encourages
students to investigate their family
insurance coverage. Students may
purchase the Student Government
Sponsored Insurance group plan
designed to cover rmst fee-for-
service charges.


WANT YOUR MAIL?

Keep Your Address Up to
Date in the UF Directory
through my.ufl.edu
UF uses information in the UF
Directory (Gatordex) as the
official address source for all
university business, including
financial aid checks and
correspondence. You are
responsible for keeping your
current e-mail and local and
permanent addresses and phone
numbers up-to-date in the UF
Directory. You can update these


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UF PAYMENT METHODS
Electronic Funds Transfer -
see "Sign Up for Direct Deposit."
VISA, MasterCard, and American
Express may be used to make
payments on tuition and other UF
debts using ISIS. Bank debit/ATM
card payments are accepted at the
University Cashiers Office in S -113
Criser Hall. Cash payments are
also accepted at the University
Cashier's Office (U.S. currency
cnly). Checks should be made out to
the University of Florida and include
the students name, UFID, and local
address and phone number. Mail
checks to: UFS, P. O. BKx 114050,
Gainesville, FL 32611-4050.

RECEIVING YOUR FINANCIAL AID
Enrollment Requirements
UF students must enroll at least half
time to receive most types of
financial aid benefits. Students who
enroll less than full time may have
their aid adjusted after the drop/add
period. To receive funds through
some State-of-Florida programs,
students must enroll for at least 12
credit hours. Federal Pell Grant
awards are prorated according to
enrollment status. Please refer to
the chart below for minimum
enrollment eligibility requirements
for most programs.
Disbursement
Students generally receive their
financial aid by direct deposit or by
mail from University Financial
Services (UFS), S- 108
Criser Hall. See "Direct Deposit of
Financial Aid" on previous page.
UFS disburses aid cnly after
verifying enrollment status and
making sure students have no
financial or academic holds on their
records. Holds on records may
prevent disbursarent of financial aid.
All unpid tuitin/fees, housing
charges, and other university debts
(such as, but not limited to, lab fees,
infirmary charges, and library
fines) are deducted frcm students'


financial aid before disbursement. To
decline automatic crediting of your
university accounts receivable
charges frm your financial aid,
contact UFS at (352) 392-0737;
please note-this may delay
disbursement of your aid. Financial
aid can not be used to pay prior-term
tuition fees.
Requirements To Receive Loans.
Students who are awarded a Federal
Direct Stafford Loan, Federal
Perkins Loan, or UF Long -Term
Loan should see the Loans section of
Chapter 3 for important information
on requirements to receive these
loans. In all cases, the requirements
must be fulfilled before any loan
may be disbursed. Requirements
may include first-time borrower
entrance counseling, completion cf
loan promissory notes, and/or
confirmation that you wish to receive
the clan.
Short-Term Loan (STL)
Disbursement.
If you apply for an STL at Student
Financial Affairs in S -107 Criser
Hall and your application is
approved, you will receive the loan
check and a copy of the promissory
note at your local address within 4 8
hours of the approval date; or by
direct deposit into your checking
account; or you will be given an
appointment to pick up your check
at University Financial Services in
S-108 Criser Hall.

STUDENT LOANS &
DEBT MANAGEMENT
In recent years, more students have
begun to rely on educational loans to
help pay for college. Educational
loans can be an excellent resource
for students trying to pay
educational costs, but the amount of
debt incurred should be considered
carefully.

Borrowing money to pay for college
has long-term financial
implications. Like any other debt, a


student loan is a serious financial
obligation that must be repaid. In
addition to the principal amount you
borrow, you will be charged interest
for use of the funds. The principal
plus interest charged, divided by
your repayment period in months,
determines the amount of the
monthly payments you will be
required to make when you leave
school. Failure to make on-time
monthly payments may affect your
credit rating and your ability to
borrow for other purposes.

How Much Will You Be
Able To Pay?
To determine how much indebtedness
you will be able to manage when you
graduate, consider your expected
starting salary, earnings prospects,
and lifestyle. T'en estimate your
anticipated level of debt and monthly
payments and see if the two are in
line. If you can't afford your
projected payments, try to borrow
les.

On the next pages are (1) a table
of Entry Level Salaries, (2) a Loan
Amounts Per Academic Year
worksheet, (3) a Monthly
Repayment Worksheet, and (4) a
Budget Worksheet. Try to be
realistic when projecting future
earnings and how much you will
need to live when you graduate.
Remember that starting a new job
and setting up living arrangements
will require extra resources and
create a heavy initial demand on
your new income.

For complete information on
repaying your student loans, go to:
http://studentaid.ed.gov/PORTALS
WebApp/students/english/repaying.
jsp?tab=repaying

Key Points to Remember

/Develop a financial plan for the
complete cost of your education.
' Consider your chosen field of


Office for Student Financial Affairs & University Financial Services


* Cae to Student Financial Affairs
(that's us-the financial aid office)
in S-107 Criser Hall to get
financial aid applications and
information; talk to a financial aid


adviser; find out about student jobs
or scholarships, pick up a UF Work
Permit, or apply for a short-term
loan.
* Go next door to University


Financial Services (that's Student
Accounts) in S-113 Criser Hall
t pay your tuition, fees, and all
other university bills.


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employment and its expected annual income before
you aocept a student loan.
V Re-evaluate your future expenses each time you
borrow.

Factors to Consider
When Borrowing
Consider the following when planning how much to
borrow:
Amount. Think about how much you need to borrow. You
may not want to borrow the full amount for which you
are eligible.
Number of Loans. Your total indebtedness will be
affected by your plans for further study. For example,
are you going to graduate school?
Loan Limits. Most loan programs specify minimum and
maximum amounts you can borrow.
Length of Repayment Period. You will save interest
costs if you choose a shorter repayment period. The
Federal Direct Loan Program offers a variety of
repayment options.
Minimum Monthly Payments. Monthly payments will
depend on the amount you borrow and the repayment
plan you select. Perkins Loans require a minimum
payment of $40 per month.
Borrowers Rights and Responsibilities.
Be sure you understand your rights and
responsibilities under each loan program. Keep all
paperwork for future reference.

Good Credit Records
For most students, a student loan is their first
experience with a credit program. Student loans can
be an excellent way to finance an education and
establish a good credit rating at the same time. Pay
your student loan promptly each month. Frequent late
payments constitute delinquency and may harm your
credit history. Here are scme tips on establishing
good credit:
V Stay in contact with your lender/the federal loan
service at all times. Notify them before you fall
behind on payments.
V Notify your lender of any address or name change.
v Send your payment each month,
even if not billed.
V Never ignore correspondence or a payment
request.
Your Student Loan Exit Counseling Session
Any student who receives a student loan while
attending UF MUST complete an online Student Loan
Exit Counseling when they graduate, drop below
half-time enrollment, or withdraw from UF. Student
Loan Exit Counseling is available on
http://www.isis.ufl.edu/. Select "Financial
Services," then "Student Loan Exit Counseling." You
may also access this information at:
http://fa.ufl.edu/ufs/disbursements/loan counsel


ing.html. Failure to complete Exit Counseling may
result in a hold being placed on your records,
including your diploma, transcripts and registration.

Direct Loan Borrower Services
When your loan is due, the federal loan service will
mail you a payment schedule listing your monthly
payment on principal and interest and the unpaid
balance for each month of the period it takes to repay
yaur total debt. If they do not contact you, yu are
responsible for contacting them at: U.S. Department of
Education, Borrower Services Dept., Direct Loan
Servicing Center, P. O. Box 4609, Utica, NY 13504-
4609, (800) 848-0979; (800) 848-0983 (TDD).
You can also contact Borrower Services on the Web at:
http://www.dl.ed.gov .

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Money Matters 15


BUDGET WORKSHEET


MONTHLY REPAYMENT WORKSHEET


Use this worksheet to estimate your
finances after graduation.

Expected Starting Salary

Net Inccme (less taxes, FICA)




TOTAL MONTHLY INCOME


Expenses

1. Housing/Maintenance

Rent/Mortgage

Utilities

Furniture/Appliances

Total



2. Transportation

Car payment

Insurance, Gas, Repairs

Total


3. Food

Groceries

Restaurants/Lunch/Snacks


Total


4. Clothing

Work

Leisure

Total


5.Medical (Doctors, Dentists, Insurance)


Use this worksheet to estimate your rmnthly loan
payrrents using the total amount of the loans you
project on the "Loan Amounts per Academic Year"
table.


Interest Repayment x Loan = Monthly
Rate Factor* Amount Payment

7 % 0.0116108



9 % 0.1 26676

10 % 0 .0132153

1 1 % 0.0137753

12 % 0 0143473

1 3 % 0.0149313

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TOTAL





LOAN AMOUNTS PER ACADEMIC YEAR


Use the following table to estimate total amounts
you will borrow.

UNDERGRAD FDST, FDq ST, FnPTTS FP P.RKTN_ OTHER

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

GRADT

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

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Loan Repayment, Deferment, Cancellation, and Forbearance Info


For detailed information on deferments and


the federal Web site (www. ed. ov/) at:


cancellations listed below, go to the U. S. Department http://studentaid.ed.gov/guide/_


of Education online version of The Student Guide on


For more information on repayment go to:


Loan Deferments


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At least half-time study at a postsecondary school.


YES


Study in an approved graduate or postgraduate fellowship supported program
or in an approved rehabilitation training program for the disabled. YES


Unable to find full-time employment

Economic hardship


Up to 3 years Up to 3 years

Up to 3 years Up to 3 years


Engages in service listed under cancellation conditions below.


Loan Cancellation


Federal Direct Loans
CancilI ation onnndcition

Borrower's total and permanent
disability or death

Full-time teacher for five consecutive
years in a designated elementary or
secondary school serving students from
low income families

Child care provider who completed a
degree in early childhood education and
has been employed full time in a low-
income community for two consecutive
years

Bankruptcy (in rare cases)

Closed school (before student could


Perkins Loans
Canr1 ilation nndcitinn

Borrower's total and permanent disability or death

Full-time teacher in a designated elementary or secondary
school serving students from low income families
Full-time special education teacher (includes teaching children
with disabilities in a public or other non-profit elanentary or
secondary school)
Full-time qualified professional provider of early intervention
services for the disabled
Full-time teacher of math, science, foreign languages,
bilingual education, or in other fields designated as teacher
shortage areas
Full-time rnployee of a public or nonprofit child or family-
services agency, providing services to high risk children and
their families from low-income communities
Full-time nurse or medical technician

Service as a full-time law enforcement or corrections offi-
cer


Full-time service as a staff member in the education component
of a Head Start Program

Service as a Peace Corps or VISTA volunteer


Forbearance

Federal Direct Stafford Loans, Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loans, and Federal Perkins Loans: Upon
written request from the borrower, the government will offer forbearance (temporary cessation/extension of
payment) of principal and/or interest if a borrower is willing but unable to make loan payments because of poor
health or other acceptable reasons. Forbearance is also available for reasons such as: serving in a medical or
dental internship or residency; serving in a position under the National and Community Service Trust Act of
1993; or being obligated to make payments on federal student loans that are equal to or greater than 20 percent



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he Office for Student Financial
T Affairs (SFA) is the financial aid
office at UF. This chapter describes
scholarship, grant, student loan, and
student employment programs
available through SFA.

The Federal Pell Grant program is the
core federal student aid program.
The financial aid office is the mn-
campus coordinator for this
program, but students apply through
the federal need analysis processor.
The federal processor decides who
receives this grant and determines
the amounts of the awards. Other
programs such as Federal Perkins
Loans, Federal Supplemental
Educational Opportunity Grants and
Federal Work-Study are called
campus-based programs, because
they are entirely administered by the
school. Each year, the government
supplies the university with a limited
amount of money for these
programs. When this money is gone,
no further funds are available for the
year.

SFA also coordinates the Federal
Direct Loan Program (FDLP). This
program includes the Federal Direct
Stafford Loans, Federal Direct
Unsubsidized Stafford Loans, and
Federal Direct PLUS Loans. SFA also
administers Turner Grants and UF
loan programs and acts as the on-


campus coordinator for State of
Florida programs, such as Florida
Student Assistance Grants and the
Florida Bright Futures Scholarship
Programs.

SCHOLARSHIPS
Scholarships do not have to be
repaid, and do not require recipients
to perform services to receive
them. Scholarships are administered
by several UF offices. For additional
information on academic
scholarships administered by other
UF offices see Chapter 4. For
information on scholarships available
through individual university
departments and colleges, see
Chapters 7 and 8, and/or check with
your department or college for
information. Information on state of
Florida scholarships is provided in
Chapter 5, and on private outside
scholarships in Chapter 9.

SFA's Web site (www.sfa.ufl.edu/)
provides access to several free
scholarship services. Please take
advantage of these search engines
that provide information on many
private sector scholarships,
fellowships, and loans.
*Scholarships in the following
sections marked with an asterisk
require ccapletion of an additional
application, available on the SFA Web


The UF Office for Student Financial
Affairs administers federal, state and
university aid programs and a limited
number of privately funded scholarships.
SFA draws on these programs when
making up students' financial aid
"packages."













site.

SFA Awarded Scholarships
SFA awards and/or administers the
following scholarships, non-
endowed and endowed. Students are
automatically considered if they:
1. Apply for financial aid by the
"on -time" deadline
2. Have financial need as indicated
by
the FAFSA
3. Enroll as a full-time student
4. Have a 3.0 GPA
5. Meet the donor-specified criteria

Non-Endowed Scholarships
Jessie Ball duPont/Alfred I. duPont
Scholarship
Established by Mrs. Jessie Ball
duPont in merrory of her husband. A
guideline excerpt states: "These
scholarships are to be given, not
loaned, but the recipients are
requested, after their graduation,
when they have earning capacity, to
pass a like amount, as they have
received, on to some deserving boy
or girl who needs assistance in
acquiring an education. In this way, it
will be a permanent chain for the
benefit of our youth."
Eccleston-Callahan Merrorial
Trust Scholarship


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18 Gator Aid


This trust fund was established to
provide scholarships for needy
students with disabilities to help
meet their costs of education.
Selection is made in conjunction with
Disability Resources in the Dean of
Students Office.

Follett Bookstore Scholarship
The Follett Bookstore provides
scholarships in the form of credit at
their main campus bookstores. The
credit equals the standard cost for
undergraduate books and supplies
(computer hardware not included).

Robert D. and Flora E. Fuhrman
Scholarship
This memorial scholarship was
established in 1982 frcm the estate
of Robert D. and Flora E. Fuhrrran to
help needy students.
Richard Alan Halpern Scholarship
In 2005 a gift frcm the estate of
Trudy C. Sample created, in honor of
her son, this scholarship for students
who meet general admission
requirements and have financial need.
Metta Heathcote Scholarship
Established by a trust fund created
by Mrs. Metta Heathcote, long-time
resident of St. Petersburg, this
scholarship is available to Pinellas
County residents who have graduated
frcm a Pinellas County high school.
Awards are based on financial need
with preference given to St.
Petersburg residents.
Irene B. Kirbo YMeorial Scholarship
This scholarship was established in
1979 by the Irene B. Kirbo Memorial
Trust Fund of Jacksonville, Florida.
UF nominates students to receive
these scholarships and the
administrators of the scholarship
fund select recipients.
Barbara and William Mickelberry
Scholarship
This scholarship honoring Barbara
and William Mickelberry provides
assistance to juniors and seniors
with financial need. Preference is
given to students in special
education, art education, or the fine
arts.
Pacific West Cancer Fund
Scholarship*
This scholarship was established by
the Board of Directors of the Pacific
West Cancer Fund to assist students
who have been diagnosed with and
treated for cancer.
George and Karla Sherburne


Educational Fund
This award was established for
students from Sarasota County, with
a provision in the trust instrument
which sets forth that recipients
"should consider themselves under a
moral obligation to repay their
respective grants to the trust at any
future time, when they are able to do
so.",
Flora and Richard Ward Scholarship
The Flora and Richard Ward
Scholarship, established by their
family, provides assistance to
academically qualified UF juniors and
seniors with financial need.
Preference goes to students in fine
arts and creative writing or military
sciences; strong preference also is
given to students over the age of 24
or to students who are parents (have
dependents).

Endowed Scholarships and Fellowships
For descriptions of the following
SFA-Awarded, endowed
scholarships and fellowships, see
the UF Foundation Web site at:
http://www.uff.ufl.edu/
Scholarships/ScholarshipListing. as
P- -
R.
1990 Student Memorial Scholarship
Fund
Benito Agrelo/Christina Holt
Memorial Scholarship Fund
Erma R. Ayres Scholarship Fund
Bank of America Scholarship Fund
William A. Bessent, III/Gainesville
Crescent Foundation Fund*
Frederick W. and Grace P. Brecht
Scholarship Fund*
Mary Ellen Burnett Endowed
Scholarship
James Wilmer Crews, III, Tuition
Scholarship Fund
Joseph and Lillian A. Damon
Scholarship I
Sara Lavinia de Keni Scholarship
Conrad G. Demro, Jr., & Patricia
Demro Scholarship
Alfred I. duPont Scholarship Fund
Philip I. Eschbach Scholarship Fund
Victor Garnett Campbell Eubank
Scholarship
Margaret C. Fairlie Scholarship Fund
Floyd-Gehan Scholarship
Paul G. and Harriette C. Franklin
Scholarship
George R. Greene Scholarship Fund
Earl W. Halsey Scholarship Fund
Goite and Mildred Hill Scholarship
Fund
Hope and Gertrude Hooser Scholarship
Hundred Club of Broward County Inc.
Scholarship Fund*


Fin Jorgensen Memorial Scholarship
Fund
Latin Builders Association
Scholarship for Ethical Development
Manatee County Scholarship Fund
William C. Mason III Memorial
Scholarship Fund
Lillian P. Masbacher Scholarship Fund
Ruth Selby Noble Memorial
Scholarship/Fellowship Fund
David E. and Margaret O'Connor
Scholarship
Winifred Todd Parker Scholarship
Fund
Ruth L. Pugsley Memorial Fund
Scholarship
Steve Rhoden Memorial Scholarship
John G. Ruge Scholarship
Jose M. Sanchez Scholarship
Sanibel-Captiva Rotary Club Jimmny
Traucht Scholarship
Dolly and Robert L. Secrist, Sr.,
Scholarship Fund
Jim Steiner Endowed Scholarships
Fund
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Trottman
Scholarship Fund
Effie Jackson Vining Scholarship Fund
Honorable Clyde B. Wells Memorial
Scholarship
Edwin Willinger Trust Scholarship
Fund
Yazdi Scholarshi/Fellowship

GRANTS
Grants are gift aid (no repayment
required) awarded to students who
show financial need. Students apply
for the Federal Pell Grant, the
Federal Supplemental Educational
Opportunity Grant, the Florida
Student Assistance Grant, and the
I. Douglas Turner Grant by
completing a FAFSA.

Federal Pell Grant
The Federal Pell Grant program
provides financial assistance to
students who could not otherwise
afford to pay for college as an
undergraduate. The government
awards grants according to each
student's financial need as
determined by federal methodology,
a congressionally established need
analysis formula. Need for other aid
is based upon and determined around
the student's eligibility for Federal
Pell Grant. Awards are prorated
according to enrollment status and
can be received at less than half
time status if eligible. Awards range
from $400 to $4,050 per academic
year.
To be eligible, you must:


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1. be a U.S. citizen, national, or
permanent resident;
2. show financial need according to
the Federal Student Aid Report
(SAR);
3. be an undergraduate enrolled in a
degree-seeking program;
4. maintain satisfactory academic
progress;
5. not have defaulted on or owe a
refund to any previous aid
program.
To apply:
See "How to Apply" in Chapter 1.

Federal Supplemental Educational
Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
This federally funded aid program
is available to all undergraduates
who show exceptional financial
need. UF selects recipients and
determines award amounts, based
on greatest financial need. Awards
at UF range from $100 to $2,000
a year.
To be eligible, you must:
1. be a U.S. citizen, national, or
permanent resident;
2. have financial need as determined
frcm aid application;
3. be an undergraduate enrolled for at
least six credit hours;
4. maintain satisfactory academic
progress;
5. not have defaulted on or owe a
refund to any previous aid
program; and
6. be receiving a Federal Pell Grant.
To apply:
See "How to Apply" in Chapter 1.

Florida Student Assistance
Grant (FSAG)
The Florida Student Assistance
Grant is a state-funded program
awarded to qualified
undergraduates who show financial
need and academic promise and who
have maintained Florida residency
at least 12 months before the
beginning of the term for which
they are applying. Awards range
from $200 to $1,500 per academic
year.
To be eligible, you must:
1. be a U.S. citizen, national, or
permanent resident;
2. be an undergraduate enrolled at
least six credit hours in a
degree-seeking program;
students unable to enroll 12
hours due to their disabilities,
may qualify for financial


assistance with part-time
enrollment at a prorated award
amount.
3. be a Florida resident for 12
consecutive months before the
beginning of the academic year;
4. meet state academic progress
standards for renewal of FSAG;
5. have a minimum 2.0 GPA;
6. meet Selective Service
registration requirements;
7. not have defaulted on or owe a
refund to a state or federal aid
program;
8. to renew-have earned 12 credit
hours each semester FSAG was
received the previous academic
year;
9. have a family contribution less
than amount required by the
Florida Office of Student
Financial Assistance (OSFA).
10. meet College-Level Academic
Skills Test (CLAST)
requirements.
To apply:
1. See "How to Apply" in Chapter 1.
2. If you are eligible, OSFA will
notify you directly from
Tallahassee.

I. Douglas Turner Grant
These grants are awarded to
students who show extreme
financial need. UF selects the
recipients of this award. Turner
Grants are funded by UF. This grant
ranges in value from $100 to
$7,500. Eligibility requirements are
the same as for FSEOG, with the
exception that the student does not
have to receive a Federal Pell Grant
to receive these grants.
To be eligible, you must:
1. be a U.S. citizen, national, or


permanent resident;
2. have financial need as determined
frcm aid application;
3. be an undergraduate enrolled for
at least six credit hours;
4. maintain satisfactory academic
progress; and
5. not have defaulted on or owe a
refund to any previous aid
program.
To apply:
See "How to Apply" in Chapter 1.

UF Graduate Grant
This UF-funded grant program is
awarded by SFA to graduate
students who demonstrate
exceptional financial need. This
grant ranges in value from $100 to
$2, 000.
To be eligible, you must:
Same as I. Douglas Turner Grant
(excluding item no. 3).
To apply:
See "How to Apply" in Chapter 1.

STUDENT LOANS
Educational loans are the largest
financial resource available to
students pursuing postsecondary
education. Student loan programs,
which allow students to borrow low
interest money with no collateral and
generally no co-signer, are
considered financial aid. Vbst do not
need to be repaid until the student
graduates or drops to less than half-
time status.

Borrowing money for college is a
serious financial obligation. In addition
to principal borrc~ d, interest is
generally charged for use of funds.
It's important to remember when you
borrow money that it must


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eventually be repaid. When signing a
loan promissory note, you make a
legal and ethical agreafent. Legally,
you will be required to sign the note
promising to repay the loan. Ethically,
you are responsible to future
borrowers, since collections from old
loans are a major funding source for
new loans. Consider this commitment
carefully when taking out a loan, and
consider how much you reasonably
can repay. Read more about loans and
debt management in Chapter 2, Money
Matters.

Federal Direct Loan Program (FDLP)
FDLP consists of the Federal Direct
Stafford Loan (FDSL), the Federal
Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan
(FDUSL), the Federal Direct PLUS
Loan (FDPLUS), and the Federal
Direct Consolidation Loan Program.
The U.S. Department of Education is
the lender and, except for
consolidation loans, delivers loan
proceeds through the school. UF
disburses the loans after loans have
been processed and approved and
classes have begun. When it is time
for repayment, you (or your
parents) will send all loan payments
to the federal loan service.

Federal Direct Subsidized Stafford
Loans (FDSL)
FDSLs are need-based, federally
subsidized loans which have
repayment deferred until after you
graduate, withdraw, or enroll less
than half time. Interest is paid by
the federal government until the
end of the six months grace period
after you drop to less than half-
time enrollment. FDSL has a
variable interest rate capped at
8.25%. For information on
deferment and repayment, see
"Loan Repayment, Deferment,
Cancellation, and Forbearance Info"
in Chapter 2.
Students may borrow the following
amounts through FDSL: first-year
students may borrow up to $2,625
per year, second-year students up
to $3,500, and third- to fifth-year
students up to $5,500. The
cumulative total undergraduate
students may borrow is $23,000.
Graduate students may borrow
$8,500 a year up to a $65,500
cumulative total, minus what they
borrowed as undergraduates.
Borrowers must pay a 3%
origination fee, which is deducted


from each disbursement. An up
front interest rebate of 1.5% will
be given to Stafford borrowers
who make their first twelve
required monthly payments on
time.
To be eligible, you must:
1. be a U.S. citizen, national, or
permanent resident;
2. be enrolled at least half-time;
3. show financial need on your
FAFSA cr Renewal FAFSA need
analysis report;
4. not have defaulted on or owe a
refund to any previous aid
program;
5. maintain satisfactory academic
progress; and
6. postbaccalaureate students must
petition for eligibility.
To apply:
1. See "How to Apply" in Chapter
1.
To receive funds:
1. See "Receiving Your Financial
Aid" in Chapter 2.
2. Read "Requirements for Federal
Direct Stafford Loans" on this
page.

Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford
Loans (FDUSL)
FDUSL is a non-need-based loan
program for students who do not
qualify, in whole or in part, for
FDSL. "Unsubsidized" means that
the interest is not deferred while
you are in school. Because
unsubsidized loans are not need-
based, you may be able to borrow
funds over and above your
eligibility for FDSL, either up to
your cost of education minus other
aid, or up to FDUSL program limits,
whichever is less. Note: to be
eligible for an FDUSL, you must
have first applied for a Federal Pell
Grant and an FDSL.
FDUSL program yearly loan limits
for dependent students are the same
as for FDSL, less amounts borrowed
through that program. Independent
undergraduate students may borrow
the following yearly amounts, less
amounts already received through
FDSL: first-year students, $6,625;
second-year students, $7,500;
third-year students, $10,500; up to
a $46,000 aggregate total.
Graduate/Professional students may
borrow $18,500 per year, up to
$138,500 total, including
undergraduate loans, less arrounts
already borrowed through FDSL.


Requirements for Federal
Direct Subsidized and

Unsubsidized Stafford Loans
Federal Direct Stafford Loan (FDSL)
borrowers MUST complete three steps
before their loans can be disbursed.
Complete these requirements as soon
as you are awarded a loan. Waiting
until the beginning of the semester can
delay your loan. Note: Step 1 must be
completed for each semester you
receive a loan. Steps 2 and 3 must be
completed only once.
1. Complete the UF Direct Loan
Confirmation Process!
Each tmn, all Fedfaal Direct Stafford Lcan
borrowers must ccnfirm that they will
accept loans awarded to them before
their funds can be disbursed.
Go to ISIS at www.isis.ufl.edu
(use your UF GatorLink password);
choose "Financial Aid Services,"
then "Direct Loan Confirmation" for
the correct year.

2. Complete a Federal Electronic
Master Promissory Note!
Go to the Federal Electronic
Promissory Note Web Site at:
http://dlenote.ed.cov (you will need to
use your Federal PIN* ).
Before you can receive your
Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford
Loan, you must complete a Master
Promissory Note (MPN) the legal
document all Direct Loan borrowers
must sign agreeing to pay back their
len.s.
The U.S. Department of Education
provides the cnline M P N at the Web
site above for new borrowers and
students who don't have an MPN on
file. If you dcn't knew if you have
completed an MPN, use the Web site
to verify that you have a valid MPN
cn file.
Your Federal PIN*. To complete
the online promissory note, use your
federal Personal Identification
Number (PIN). When you first apply
for federal financial aid, you are
notified of your federal PIN. If you do
not know your PIN, get your PIN
data at the Federal PIN Web site as
soon as possible at: www.pin.ed.cov.
Note: Don't confuse your Federal PIN
with your UF GatorLink password or
Florida Bright Futures PIN. You will
use different security accesses for


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Health Professions loan limits 11
aggregate amounts include amounts
already received through FDSL):
independent undergraduate pharmacy
students, $23,000 per year up to
aggregate total of $70,625;
graduate pharmacy students,
$31,000 per year up to an
aggregate total of $189,125;
professional rredical, Doctor of
Dentistry, or veterinary medicine
students, $38,500 up to an
aggregate total of $189,125.
For FDUSLs, since the federal
government does not pay the interest
while you are in school, you must pay
all interest that accrues while you
are in schol, during the grace
period, and during any periods of
authorized deferment. You will have
the following options: (1) making
monthly or quarterly payments to the
federal loan service, or (2) you and
the federal loan service may agree
to add the interest to the principal of
your loan-capitalizaticn. Cpitalizing
interest has the disadvantage that
you end up paying more interest over
the life of the loan because you are
also pying interest on the accrued
interest. See Chapter 2 for
information on capitalization of
interest.
Interest rates, origination fees, and
application, and disbursement are
the same as for FDSL.

Federal Direct PLUS (FDPLUS)
Through the Federal Direct PLUS
program, parents of dependent
undergraduate students may borrow
up to the cost of education per
child enrolled in higher education,
minus other financial aid.
Borrowers must have no adverse
credit histories.
These loans become payable at the
date of disbursement, unless
deferred (see "Loan Deferment,"
Chapter 2). For new borrowers, the
program has a variable interest rate
capped at 9%. A 4% origination fee
is charged at disbursement. An up
front interest rebate of 1.5% will be
given to PLUS borrowers who make
their first twelve required monthly
payments on time.
To be eligible:
1. the borrower must be a parent or
eligible step-parent of a dependent
undergraduate student;
2. for fall, spring, and/or summer
funds,
the student must be enrolled at


least half-time; see "Enrollment
Requirements," Chapter 2;
3. the student must maintain
satisfactory academic progress;
4. the borrower and the student
must not have defaulted on or
owe a refund to any previous aid
program;
5. parent borrowers and students
must be U.S. citizens, nationals
or permanent residents; and
6. borrowers must have no adverse
credit history.
To apply:
1. Pick up a UF FDPLUS Loan Data/
Confirmation form from a
customer service adviser in S-
107 Criser Hall;
or complete and print one from
our Web site at:
www.sfa.ufl.edu/pub/index.html.
2. When the loan is processed, your
parent will receive a promissory
note to complete and return to the
school with parent and student
signatures; or they may complete
a promissory note electronicly at:
http://dlenote.ed. ov.
To receive funds:
1. See "Receiving Your Financial
Aid" in Chapter 2.
2. Once classes have begun, the
signed promissory note has been
received, and UF has verified
that the student is enrolled, UF
issues these checks to parent
borrowers.

Federal Direct Consolidation
Loan Program
Students who borrow from more
than one loan program may want to
consider consolidation of their
loans when it comes time for
repayment. See Chapter 2 for more
information.

Federal Perkins Loan
The Federal Perkins Loan is a
federally funded long-term, low-
interest loan with repayment
deferred until after you graduate,
withdraw, or drop to less than
half-time enrollment. Student
Financial Affairs selects recipients
and determines loan amounts based
on greatest financial need as
determined from students' FAFSA
or Renewal FAFSA. To be
considered for this program, apply
as soon as possible after January
1.
Undergraduate students may
borrow up to $4,000 an academic


year, up to a total of $20,000
toward an undergraduate degree
through the Federal Perkins Loan
program. Graduate students may
borrow up to $6,000 a year up to a
total of $40,000 including both
undergraduate and graduate loans.
Repayment is made in equal
installments, beginning nine months
after you withdraw, graduate, or
drop to below half-time status. The
minimum repayment amount is $40
a month,
and 5% interest is charged on the
unpaid balance. See "Loan
Repayment, Deferment,
Cancellation, and Forbearance Info"
in Chapter 2.
The maximum time for repayment is
ten years, not including deferred
payment time. Provisions are made
for deferment or cancellation of loan
repayment under specific
circumstances. See "Loan
Repayment, Deferment, Cancellation,
and Forbearance Info" in Chapter 2.
To be eligible, you must:
1. be a U.S. citizen, naticral, or
permanent resident;
2. show need on your FAFSA or
Renewal FAFSA need analysis
report;
3. maintain satisfactory academic
progress;
4. not be in default on or coe a
refund to any previous aid
program; and
5. be enrolled at least half-time.
To apply:
See "How to Apply" in Chapter 1.
To receive funds:
1. See "Receiving Your Financial
Aid" in Chapter 2.
2. First-time Federal Perkins Loan
borrowers must complete
Entrance Counseling before their
loans can be disbursed. Before
the start of classes, University
Financial Services (UFS) will
mail them instructions on how to
complete online Entrance
Counseling. For more
information, call UFS at (352)
392 -0 73 8. See "Disbursement"
in Chapter 2, or go to
http: //fa .ufl. edu/ufs. studentlinks.
html.
3. First time Federal Perkins Loan
borrowers must complete an online
Federal Perkins Master
Promissory Note (MPN) to receive
their loans. UFS will mail them
instructions on hcw to sign the


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online MPN.
4. Complete the federal Perkins Loan
Confirmation process. Go to ISIS,
choose "Financial Aid Services,"
then choose "Federal Perkins Loan
Disclosure/ Confirmation. For
more information, call UFS at
(352) 392-0738.

UF Long-Term Loans
UF long-term loans are available to
full-time students. Funds are
donated by many private donors
and administered by UF. The
amount and type of loans a student
receives will vary according to
their financial need as determined
from their FAFSA or Renewal
FAFSA.
Interest on UF loans ranges from 4 to
9% a year, depending on the loan
fund, and begins accruing on the date
the loan is received. Repayment
begins six months after graduation or
dropping to less than half-time
enrollment. Repayment schedules are
handled individually with a
recommended minimum of $20 a
month. These loans require an
endorser over 18 years old who is
not a student or student spouse.
Parents are preferred. You have ten
years for repayment. If you enter
active military service you may
defer repayment for the period of
your original enlistment or
compulsory service in the armed
forces.
Major UF Long-Term Loan funds
include: Student Aid for Education
(SAFE) ; Meril S. Beers; Hart R.
Stringfellow; Cora B. Pilling; Arthur
L. Wallace; John G., and Fannie F.
Ruge Memorial funds.
To be eligible for UF Long- Term
Loans,
you must:
1. be a U.S. citizen, national or
permanent resident;
2. show need on your FAFSA or
Renewal FAFSA need analysis
report;
3. maintain satisfactory academic
progress;
4. not have defaulted on or owe a
refund to any previous aid
program; and
5. be enrolled full-time.
To apply:
See "How to Apply" in Chapter 1.
To receive funds:
1. See "Receiving Your Financial
Aid" in Chapter 2.


2. Borrowers with UF long-term
loans will receive a promissory
note by mail from University
Financial Services in S-108
Criser Hall. These promissory
notes must be signed and
returned to S-108 Criser before
the loans can be disbursed.

UF Emergency Short-Term Loans
Short-Term Loans (STL) are
available to students enrolled at
least half-time to help meet
temporary, emergency financial
needs related to educational
expenses. Registered students with
valid repayment sources may
borrow up to $1,000 if tuition is
paid or deferred, or the amount of
their in-state tuition.
Major Short-Term Loan funds
include: Claude S. Ginn Memorial
Educational; Edward J. Triay, Jr.,
Memorial; B. A. Tolbert Memorial;
Exxon Loans; Sara Lou Dervech; and
T. W. Johnson Loan funds.
Interest is computed monthly at the
rate of 1% on the unpaid balance
frcm the date the loan is disbursed. A
minimum of one month's interest will
be charged if the loan is paid in full


within 30 days. Short-Term Loans
must be repaid, either when the
repayment source is received, or by
the first day of the last month in the
semester in which the loan is taken
out, whichever comes first. Payment
may be made at University Financial
Services in S-108 Criser Hall at any
time before the due date.
See Chapter 2 for disbursement
information.
To be eligible, you must:
1. be enrolled at least half-time as
an undergraduate or graduate
student;
2. have a valid repayment source;
and
3. have no "flags" or credit holds.
To apply:
1. See an adviser at Student
Financial Affairs in S-107
Criser Hall to complete an
application.
2. Approved STL awards are
normally disbursed within 48
hours after submitting the
application.
Repayment of Loans
When you graduate or leave school,
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Job Lists ONLINE
The UF Student Employment Office, part of Student Financial Affairs
(SFA) in S-107 Criser Hall, helps enrolled students find part-time
employment. USE THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES TO SEARCH FOR
STUDENT JOBS:
Student jobs are posted at two locations:
1. The SFA Web page lists OFF-CAMPUS jobs (Federal Work-Study,
Federal Co=unity Service, and non-need-based off-campus jobs)
posted by community agencies. To search for an off-canpus
student job, go to: httlp://www.sfa.ufl.edu/job.htn-Ll
2. The main UF job listings at httip: //Jobs. uf 1. edu listal-I ON-CAMPUS
Federal Work-Study and OPS positions.
A. Students not yet employed by UF should search and apply for on-
campus student jobs as follows:
Go to "Jobs at UF" at: httip://Iobs.ufl.edu
Click on "View Job Postings/Apply for Job"
Under "Job Categories," check "Student Assistants"
Click "Search"
Select Jobs that interest you and click "Apply for Jobs in
Basket."
Either Sign In or Register.
Fill out the required fields. Follow instructions and Submit
Your Resume to conplete the application process.
B.Students who are current UF enployees can reach "Jobs at UF"
through myUFL at http://my.ufl.edu. On the myUFL Menu select
"My Self Service" and then "Jobs at UF." Follow the instructions
above in "A."






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loans, you are required to have an
Exit Counseling session with
University Financial Services (UFS)
at S-108 Criser. Exit Counseling is
conducted through ISIS under
"Financial Services."
Educational loans awarded by UF
(Federal Perkins Loans and UF
Institutional Loans, such as SAFE
Loans) may be repaid in equal or
graduated installments. The minimum
monthly repayment for Federal
Perkins Loans is $40. The university
may require a minimum repayment
for institutional loans of $30 a
month.
Students who borrow through FDLP
Federal Direct Stafford Loans
(subsidized and unsubsidized) and
Federal Direct PLUS) have a
variety of repayment options: 1)
standard; 2) extended plan the
borrower pays at least $50/month
and at least the amount of interest
that accrues; 3) graduated
(payments increase every two
years) payments from 50 to
150% of what the student would
have paid monthly; 4) income
contingent (ICR) varies annually
based on income (up to 25 years; not
available for Federal Direct PLUS);
5) alternative plan -determined by
the federal government; and 6) after
default, may be eligible for ICR.
For more on repayment, see "Loan
Consolidation," "Capitalization of
Interest," and "Loan Repayment,
Deferment, Cancellation, and
Forbearance Info" in Chapter 2.

STUDENT EMPLOYMENT
The Student Employment Office in
S-107 Criser Hall helps enrolled
students find part-time
employment through various job
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students to cover part of their
expenses while attending school,
and studies show that work has
positive effects on students'
overall academic achievements.
Job opportunities exist for all
students whether or not they are
eligible for financial aid.
Employment should not interfere
with students' educational goals. A
normal work week is 10 to 20
hours, and 20 hours per week is the
maximum students may work on
campus. Students and employers
generally cooperate on the hours to
be worked, and most jobs allow
students to arrange their schedules
around their classes. Students are not
permitted to work during scheduled
classes or exams.
Almost every department at UF
employs students part-time. These
jobs offer students work related to
their skills, academic or career
fields, and experiences or
interests. Job duties range from
those demanding special research
skills to those demanding only the
willingness to work. UF offices and
Gainesville area businesses list
positions with the Student
Employment Office.
Jobs are available through: the
Federal Work-Study Program, Other
Personnel Services, and Off-Campus
Jobs.

Federal Work-Study (FWS)
Program/Federal Community Service
The purpose of FWS is to provide
students with part-time employment
to help meet college costs and, if
possible, provide work experience in
a related field. FWS is federally
funded and need-based. Your
eligibility is determined from
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FAFSA or Renewal FAFSA. To be
eligible, you must show need on your
federal need analysis report. The
number of hours you may work will
depend upon your financial need.
Federal Community Service. The FWS
program includes Federal Community
Service (FCS) and also the "America
Reads" program. FCS allows students
to work off-campus with various
community agencies dedicated to
improving community living,
especially for low-incme individuals.
All requirements for FWS apply to
FCS. "America Reads" is a tutoring
program promoted by the federal
government to help elementary school
students improve their reading skills.
In addition to aplying for financial aid
through SFA (see "How to Apply" in
Chapter I), students interested in
"America Reads" should contact the
College of Education Program
Coordinator, 392-0701, ext. 244,
1345 Norman Hall.
Earnings through FWS vary with
the nature of the job, your skills,
and the hours you can work.
Salaries start at minimum wage
and range upward according to
skills and experience. Most
students work 10 to 20 hours a
week. Employers usually prefer
students to work three or more
consecutive hours depending on
their class schedules. To retain
FICA exempt status, students must
enroll for six credit hours and
work no more than 20 hours a
week.
To be eligible, you must:
1. be a U.S. citizen, national, or
permanent resident;
2. show need on your FAFSA or
Renewal FAFSA need analysis
report;
3. maintain satisfactory academic
progress (2.0 GPA);
4. be enrolled at least half-time as an
undergraduate or graduate student;
5. not have defaulted on or owe a
refund to any aid program; and
6. postbaccalaureate students must
petition for eligibility.
To apply:
1. See "How to Apply" in Chapter 1.
2. Get a UF work permit: 1) from the
student employment window in S-
107 Criser; or 2) by calling 392-
0296.
3. Student Employment job lists are
available online. For information
on jobs and how to apply, go to
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Academic scholarships are available
through departments and offices other
than SFA and through individual
colleges and schools within the
university. For instance, the UF
Admissions Office awards academic
scholarships to qualified incoming
freshmen and transfer students, the
Office of Overseas Studies administers
financial assistance to enrolled students
matriculating abroad, and the Division
of Student Affairs offers a number of
merit-based scholarships and awards.


hen reading this chapter, please
W keep in mind that if you apply for
aid through SFA, SFA takes your
academic achievement scholarship
awards (including tuition fee waivers
and reductions) into consideration,
and counts them as part of your
official aid package.

Admissions Office
The Admissions Office awards
academic scholarships to incoming
freshmen and transfer students,
based on academic ability and
achievement. To be considered,
students must have a complete
admission application (application,
high school transcript, test scores,
application fee,
and two essays) on file with the
Admissions Office by the deadline.
The Admissions Office address is UF
Admissions Office, S-201 Criser
Hall, P.O. Box 114000, Gainesville,
FL 32611-4000. The telephone
number is (352) 392-1365.

National Merit Finalist Scholarships
(NMSP)
Contact: Regan Garner, Office of
Admissions, P.O. Box 114000,
Gainesville, FL 32611-4000, (352)
392-1365, x7338; rlgarner@ufl.edu.
UF participates in the National Merit
Scholarship Program and guarantees
that all students who qualify as Merit


Scholar finalists and name UF as their
college of first choice will receive
$24,000 over four years: $5,500
each year. The remaining $2,000
award is for participation in an
undergraduate research or overseas
study program. Out-of-state awards
are $40,000 over four years:
$9,500 each year plus the $2,000
stipend. Further, all ncn- Florida
Merit Scholar finalists who name UF
their first choice will have the non-
Resident fee portion of their tuition
waived.
Students must take the PSAT/NMSQT
(Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude
Test/National Merit Scholarship
Qualifying Test) in their junior year
of high school to compete for a
National Merit Scholarship.
The following donors provide funds
for NMSP through the UF Foundation:
Jerome Bain Scholarship Fund,
Thomas C. Chubb Merit Scholarship
Fund, Daniel Leroy Claville, Jr.,
Scholarship Fund, Irving and Elna
Kallman Scholarship Fund, Roger
Long/W. J. and A. C. Wise
Scholarship Fund, Wilma D. Meyer
Scholarship Fund, Arthur W. Pugsley
Memorial Fund, Frank and Doris S.
Richter Memorial Scholarship Fund,
Richard Fay Warner Scholarship
Fund, Ted Wysocki Scholarship Fund.
For information about these
scholarship funds go to the


University of Florida Foundation
Endowed Scholarship and Fellowship
Web site at: http://www.uff.ufl.edu/
Scholarships/NationalMeritScholars.a
SQ.
National Achievement Scholars
Contact: Mr. Mike Powell, Office of
Admissions, 201 Criser Hall, P. O.
Box 114000, Gainesville, FL 32611-
4000, (352) 392-1365, x7321;
mtpowell@ufl.edu.
To qualify, students must take the
PSAT/NMSQT during their junior
year of high school. Recipients must
be National Achievement Finalists who
name UF as their "college of first
choice" with the National Merit
Corporation.
Lombardi Scholars Program
Contact: Dr. Sheila Dickison,
University of Florida, P. O. Box
113260 Gainesville, FL 32611-3260,
(352) 392-1519,
lombardischolars@ufl.edu.
The Lombardi Scholarship
recognizes outstanding students
who rank at or very near the top of
their class. Other criteria include
academic achievement, service to
the community, extracurricular
involvement, evidence of
leadership, and high moral
character. Each Florida high school
may nominate one student for this
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forms are available at
www.honors. ufl. edu/lombardi. The
completed application must be
postmarked by February 2. Lombardi
Scholars receive $4,500 each fall
and spring for 8-10 semesters,
depending on major; $5,000 for each
of four summer programs and
$3,000 for essential computing or
other academically related supplies
and equipment.

Out-of-State Tuition Reductions
Contact: Regan Garner, Office of
Admissions, P.O. Box 114000,
Gainesville, FL 32611-4000, (352)
392-1365, x7338; rlgarner@ufl.edu.
Out-of-state tuition reductions are
awarded to approximately 50 of the
top entering freshmen who are non-
Florida residents. This award, which
reduces out-of-state fees by $2,500
($1,250 in the fall and $1,250 in the
spring), does not require a special
application. All out-of-state applicants
who have submitted a complete
admissions packet by the application
deadline will be considered
automatically.

Academic Affairs
For descriptions of the following
endowed scholarships and fellowships,
see the UF Foundation Web site at:
http://www.uff. ufl.edu/Scholarships

ScholarshipListing. asp.

Alfred T. Airth General Scholarship
Fund
Alumni Graduate Fellowships Fund
Jerome Bain Scholarship Fund
Col. Walter E. Barker Merit
Scholarship
Haydon Bums Scholarship Fund
Thomas C. Chubb Merit Scholarship
Fund
Daniel Leroy Claville, Jr.,
Scholarship Fund
Grace Hausch and John M. Hausch
Memorial Fund
Irving and Elna Kallman Scholarship
Fund
L. Gale Lemerand Scholarship Fund
Roger Long/W. J. and A. C. Wise
Scholarship Fund
Bernard F. Masseria
Scholarship/Fellowship Fund
Alfred A. McKethan Scholarship
Wilma D. Meyer Scholarship Fund
Alyce Norine Haines Fellowship Fund
Arthur W. Pugsley Memorial Fund
Albert G. Raybun Scholarship Fund
Deb Richard Foundation Scholarship
Frank and Doris S. Richter Memorial
Scholarship Fund


Dr. Greta Andron Smolowe
Scholarship
Sherwood L. Stokes-Environmental
and Water Quality Scholarships
Richard Fay Warner Scholarship Fund
A. F. Wentworth Honors Scholarship
Sara H. Woodruff Foundation
Graduate Fellowships
Ted Wysocki Scholarship Fund
Sue K. Young Scholarship

Tuition Exchange Program
Contact: Cheryl May, Office of the
Provost, 238 Tigert Hall, P. O. Box
113175, Gainesville, FL 32611-
3175, (352) 392-4792,
cdm@uf i. edu.
UF is a member of the Tuition
Exchange, Inc., a non-profit
organization with a membership of
more than 546 Colleges and
Universities in 47 states, the District
of Columbia, and the United Kingdcm.
Membership includes private as well
as public institutions, research and
doctoral universities, liberal arts
colleges and comprehensive
institutions of higher education, and
specialized schools. Through Tuition
Exchange, employee dependents attend
colleges and universities other than
their home institution. UF waives in-
state and out-of-state fees for a
limited number of children of
employees at participating
institutions. Students must meet all
UF admissions requirements. The
number of awards available depends
on the number of UF employee
dependents accepted by other
participating institutions and the
availability of funds. Aplicaticn and a
list of participating institutions are
available at the Office of the Provost
Web site:
htt: //www. aa. ufl.edu/aa/provost/t
e3.

Athletic Scholarships
Students (or their high school coach)
interested in athletic scholarships
should contact the coaches of the
sports in which they are interested.
Students should call (352) 375-4683
or write the University Athletic
Association, University of Florida,
Gainesville, FL 32604-2485, for
coaches' names, addresses, and phone
numbers. Intercollegiate athletic
endowment funds are listed at the UF
Foundation Web site at
http: //www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships
L
ScholarshipListing.asp.


Other Academic Scholarships 25



Dean of Students Office
Contact: Dean of Students Office
(DSO), P-202 Peabody Hall, (352)
392-1261 www.dso.ufl.edu/;
Tameray Brazeal at
tbrazeal@dso.ufl.edu.

University Women's Club
Scholarships
University Women's Club
scholarships are given in honor of
spouses of past presidents as well
as other academic officers of the
university who have provided
dedicated service to UF.
Scholarships include: Grace Carlton
Allen Scholarship, Kathryn Williams
Bryan Scholarship, Paula Porcher
Criser Scholarships, Cathryn Lee
Lombardi Scholarship, Ann Garnett
Marston Scholarship, Esther
"Gussie" Gutery Mautz Scholarship,
Nell Critzer Miller Scholarship,
Jennie Henderson Murphree
Scholarship, Rita McTigue O'Connell
Scholarships, Frances Millikan Reitz
Music Scholarship, Edith Bristol
Tigert Scholarship, Vam Cardwell
York Scholarship, Judith Ann Young
Scholarship, Sue Young Scholarship.
Eligibility: for information on this
endowed scholarship fund, go to the
UF Foundation Web site at:
http://www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarshi
PS/
WomensClub.asp.
Application: deadline-February 23;
applications can be obtained from
DSO or from the DSO Web site at:
http://www.dso.ufl.edu/scholarships/
uwc.
Value: $1,500

Cheryl Ziegert Memorial
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: female UF students with
learning disabilities; enrollment
with minimum credit hours in a
degree-granting program; minimum
2.0 undergraduate/professional
GPA; for criteria and information,
visit the Dean of Students Office
Web site at:
http://www.dso.ufl.edu/scholars
hips/ziegert.php
Deadline: October 15 each year
Value: based on available funds

Florida Museum of Natural History
R. Jerry Britt, Jr., Endcwment
Information can be obtained by
contacting portell@flmnh.ufl.edu. Sutmit
applications to: Roger Portell, Division
of Invertebrate Paleontolcgy, Florida
Museum of Natural History, UF.
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graduate students currently enrolled at
UF who demonstrate outstanding
academic achievement and who are
conducting paleobiologic research
(especially field studies) in association
with the Florida Museum of Natural
History. Also, go to the UF Foundation
Web site at:
http://www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListin. asip.

Miss Lucy Dickinson Scholarship in
Vertebrate Paleontology
Candidates should apply to the graduate
program of an appropriate department
(e.g., zoology, geology, anthropology, or
wildlife) at UF and mail a copy of the
application cover, alcng with a letter of
intent, to: Miss Lucy Dickinson
Scholarship in Vertebrate Paleontology,
Florida Museum of Natural History,
Dickinscn Hall, University of Florida,
Gainesville, Florida 32611-7800.
Eligibility: students associated with the
Florida Museum of Natural History;
preference to students working in the
area of vertebrate paleontology. Also,
contact the Division of Housing, or go to
the UF Foundation Web site at:
http://www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListin. asip.

Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art

Contact: Bonnie Bemau, Director of
Education and Intern Coordinator,
Ham Museum of Art, P. O. Box
112700, Gainesville, FL 32611;
(352) 392-9826.
The Criser Internship
Eligibility: students selected to
participate in the internship
program at the Ham Museum.
Application: applications available
at: www.harn.ufl.edu.
Deadlines: October 1 for the next
year's spring term; March 1,
summer, fall terms
Value: $2,500 fall and spring
semesters

Dixie Neilson Museum Studies
Registration Internship
Eligibility: students selected to
participate in the internship
program in the Ham Registration
Department.
Application: applications available
at: www.harn.ufl.edu.
Deadlines: October 1 for the next
year's spring term; March 1,
summer, fall terms
Value: $1,250 one semester per
year

Housing and Residence Education,
Department of
Contact: Norbert W. Dunkel,


Director of Housing and Residence
Education, P. O. Box 112100,
Gainesville, FL 32611-2100 or
(352) 392-2161.

Randall J. Bodner and Gary W.
Faircloth Scholarship Fund
For information on this endowed
scholarship fund, contact the
Department of Housing and
Residence Education or the UF
Foundation Web site at:
http://www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarship
S/
ScholarshipListina. asp.
Eligibility: the scholarship is designed to
recognize and reward outstanding
leadership and scholarship of a member
of of the Inter-Residence Hall
Association (IRHA); applicants must be
active representatives of the UF IRHA;
must be full-time students in good
standing; must have achieved a high
academic success (minimum 3.0
cumulative GPA upon application); and
must be directly involved in residence
hall activities an area/hall government.
Application: a committee composed of
the Department of Housing and
Residence Education professional staff
and representatives from Inter-
Residence Hall Association will select
the recipient.
Value: $ 5 0 0
Cathie Ponikvar/NRHH Award
Eligibility: undergraduates residing in
an on-campus residence hall who
reflect strong leadership and maintain
the best academic record possible;
must be a continuing student and be
enrolled the following fall term.
Application Deadline: TBA in spring
Value: $500

Latin American Studies, Center for

Contact: Director, 319 Grinter
Hall, (352) 392-0375,
http://www.latam.ufl.edu.
Support for Foreign Students
Foreign students should also explore
sources of financial support frcm their
home governments or regional agencies
such as the Organization of American
States and the Latin American
Scholarship Program of American
University.

UF Endowed Scholarships and
Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Fcundaticn Web site at:
http://www.uff .uf edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina.asp.


William E. Carter Fund
Eligibility: non-traditional graduate
students.
Value: varies
Colonel Glenn A. Farris Scholarship
Eligibility: undergraduate or graduate
students in any department seeking a
certificate in Latin American Studies or
master's students in Latin American
Studies.
Value: varies

Ford Foundation Endcwment for Tropical
Conservation and Development
Eligibility: graduate students, especially
those frcm Latin American and
Caribbean countries, who are ccmnitted
to an interdisciplinary understanding of
biological conservation and rural
development issues in the tropics.
Value: varies
Roy A. Howard Scholarship Fund for
Latin American Students
Eligibility: graduate students in Latin
American Studies.
Value: varies
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Notley Scholarship
Fund
Eligibility: graduate students in Latin
American Studies; preference first to
students from Latin America, then to
those from the Dominican Republic.
Value: varies
Charles Wagley Research Fellowship
Eligibility: graduate students in the
social sciences who have particular
interest in anthropological methods of
research and analysis.
Value: varies

A. Curtis Wilgus Graduate Fellowship
Fnd Eligibility: graduate students in
Latin American studies; preference to
those specializing in the Caribbean.
Value: varies

Scholarships
Foreign Language and Area Studies (Title
VI) Academic Year and Summer
Fellowships
Contact: Associate Director, 319
Grinter Hall
Eligibility: graduate students who include
study of Brazilian Portuguese or Haitian-
Creole language in their programs.
Value: academic year maintenance
stipend plus all tuition; summer travel
maintenance stipend plus tuition

Alfred Hower Travel Prize
Contact: Associate Director, 319
Grinter Hall
Eligibility: students participating in the
UF sumner Portuguese and Brazilian
studies program in Rio de Janeiro.
Value: varies

Tropical Conservation and Development
(TCD) Program Field Research Grants


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Contact: TCD Program Coordinator,
304 Grinter Hall.
Eligihility: not specified.
Value: not specified

McNair Scholars Program

Contact:McNair Program Office, 115
Grinter Hall, (352) 846-2575; fax:
(352) 392-3773;
http://aradschool.rcrp.ufl.edu/diversitv
/mcnairr.html.
The Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate
Achievement Program is designed to
encourage undergraduates to pursue
doctoral degrees.
Eligibility: UF juniors, or seniors (must
have three semesters remaining before
graduation); a 2.9 or higher cumulative
grade point average for juniors; a 3.0 or
higher cumulative grade point average
for seniors; low-inccme and first-
generation college students or a member
of a group that is underrepreseted in
graduate education. Eligibility criteria
are set by the U.S. Department of
Education; for more information, please
contact UF McNair Scholar's office.
Application deadline: end of February
Value: $2,900 research stipend to be
used for travel to conferences and
research expenses

J. Wayne Reitz Union

William G. Cross Award for Outstanding
Leadership
Contact: Pam Bourg, 101 JWRU, J.
Wayne Reitz Union Director's Office at
(352) 392-1644.
Eligibility: demonstrate leadership to UF
through outstanding performance as a
club or organization officer and show
evidence of efficiency, creativity, and
effectiveness in the execution of one's
duties; demonstrate academic excellence
and a minimum of 2.5 overall GPA; only
accomplishments achieved at UF will be
considered.
Value: $300

Billy Matthews Endowed Scholarship
Fund
Contact: J. Wayne Reitz Union Director's
Office at (352) 392-1644.
Eligibility: outstanding undergraduate
students who are employees of the Reitz
Union; must have financial need, and at
least one credit hour of business ethics
and documented community service; see
the UF Foundation Web site at:
http://www.uff.uf edu/Scholarships/
GeneralUniversity.asp.


Student Affairs, Office of Vice President Summer Scholarships:


Contact: Mike Rollo, Office of the Vice
President for Student Affairs, 155
Tigert Hall, University of Florida,
Gainesville, FL 32611-3250.

J. Wayne Reitz Undergraduate
Scholars Program
The Reitz Scholars Program recognizes
outstanding leadership and service in UF
undergraduates.
ELigibility: full-time UF students who
have completed at least a semester of
undergraduate work; a 3.0 UF grade
point average; show leadership and
community service at UF through
student organizations, academic
honoraries, and other organizations; and
demonstrate a high standard of ethical
behavior.
Application deadline: late spring
senster
Value: $2,500; renewal is possible

Josephine A. West Memorial Service
Scholarship
ELigibility: an annual award to a full-time
female UF undergraduate who is at least
a sophomore, has a minimum 3.0 GPA,
and has provided service to UF and
fellow students.
Application deadline: October 20
Value: $1, 000

Study Abroad Services
University of Florida Internaticnal
Center, 123 Grinter Hall, P. O. Box
113225, Gainesville, FL 32611-3225.
E-mail: studyabroad@ufic.ufl.edu. Web:
http://www.ufic.ufl.edu/sas.htm. The
following awards are available for
students who meet the following basic
criteria (each scholarship may have
additional criteria or restrictions):
1. Are at least 18 years old by the start
of the program of choice.
2. Are a U.S. residet or legal permanent
citizen.
3. Completed a Study Abroad Scholarship
Application (available in 123 Grinter
H1ll cr www.ufic.ufl.edu/sasapplica-
ticn.htm.
4. Provide two letters of recommenda-
tion, a statement of purpose essay and
an official UF transcript.
5. Have a minimum 2.5 GPA (some
scholarships require higher).
6. Show proof of acceptance to the
program of choice.
Application Deadlines: February 1 for
summer; March 1 for fall and academic
year, and September 20 for spring
programs.


Arabic Language Program Study Abroad
Scholarship
Based upon availability of funds, up to
three $200 awards are made to UF
sophomores, juniors, or seniors for the
UF-sponsored Arabic Language program
in Fez, Morocco. Applicants must have a
minimum 3.0 GPA.

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
(CLAS) /UF International Center
Summer Study-Abroad Scholarships
Up to twenty $1,000 scholarships are
awarded to UF CLAS undergraduates
for UF-sponsored summer study
abroad programs.

International Center Summer Study
Abroad Scholarship
Up to twenty $1,000 scholarships are
awarded for any UF-approved summer
study program. Applicants must be UF
undergraduates.

International Center Merit
Scholarships for Summer Study
Abroad
Up to ten $1,000 scholarships are
awarded to UF undergraduates with a
minimum 3.5 GPA for UF-sponsored
summer study-abroad programs.

International Center Tropical Ecology
Scholarship for Summer Study Abroad
Up to two $1,000 scholarships
awarded to UF undergraduate students
for UF-sponsored summer study-
abroad programs with an ecology
focus, such as the UF in Merida,
Mexico program.

Patricia B. Rambo/UFIC Scholarship
for Summer Study Abroad
Up to eight $1,000 scholarships
awarded to UF undergraduate students
for UF-sponsored summer study-
abroad programs

Scarborough Scholarship for Summer
Study Abroad
One $1,000 scholarship will be
awarded to a UF student with a 3.0
GPA who has demonstrated campus
leadership, community service, or
athletic excellence. Applicants must
address their accomplishments in the
personal essay.

STA Travel Scholarship for Summer
Study Abroad
One $750 scholarship will be awarded
for any UF-approved study abroad


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program.

UF Honors Program Summer Study
Abroad Scholarship
At least six $1,000 scholarships are
awarded to UF undergraduates
currently in the Honors Program for
any UF approved program. Preference
given to freshman or sophomore in
Honors Program who has not gone
abroad before. National Merit
Scholars are not eligible.

UF in Utrecht, the Netherlands
Summer Scholarship
Up to three $500 scholarships are
awarded to students with a 3.5 GPA
who are participating in the UF in
Utrecht program for the summer.
Applicant essays must address "Why
Utrecht is important to my
education."

Semester Scholarships:
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Semester Scholarship
This award provides one UF CLAS
undergraduate with a $2,000
scholarship for participation in a UF-
approved study abroad program for fall
or spring. Applicants must be a U.S.
citizen or legal permanent resident.

Daniel Sinclair Bredahl Semester
Scholarship
For UF-approved spring or fall term
programs. For more information on this
endowed scholarship fund, contact UFIC
or the UF Fcundaticn Web site at:
http://www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina.asp.
Eligibility: must be currently enrolled at
UF and have completed one academic
year of study at UF.
Value: $2,000, two awards

Daniel Sinclair Bredahl Semester
Scholarship/College of Liberal Arts and
Sciences
For UF-approved spring or fall term
programs. For more information on this
endowed scholarship fund, contact UFIC
or the UF Fcundaticn Web site at:
http://www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarshiops/
ScholarshipListina.asp.
Eligibility: must be currently enrolled at
UF and have completed one academic
year of study at UF.
Value: $2,000, two awards

Daniel Sinclair Bredahl/Internaticnal
Center Semester Scholarship
For UF-approved semester programs.
For more information on this endowed
scholarship fund, contact UFIC or the UF


Fcundaticn Web site at:
http: //www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina.asp.
Eligibility: must be currently enrolled at
UF and have completed one academic
year of study at UF.
Amount: $2,000, one award

Academic Year:

Daniel Sinclair Bredahl Scholarship
for Academic Year
For a year (two semesters) of study
abroad. For more information on this
endowed scholarship fund, contact UFIC
or the UF Foundaticn Web site at:
http://www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina.asp.
Eligihility: must be currently enrolled at
UF and have completed one UF academic
year of study.
Amount: $4,000, one award

Keith R. Legg Honors Program Academic
Year Scholarship
Eligihility: UF undergraduates in the
Honors program participating in a two-
semester, UF-approved, study-abroad
program; applicants must be U.S.
residents; preference is given to
freshmen or sophomores who have not
previously gcne abroad; National Merit
Scholars are ineligible.
Amount: $2,000, one award

Marco Souer Academic Year in
Utrecht Scholarship
One $1,000 award is available for a UF
undergraduate with a 3.5 GPA or higher
who is participating in the Utrecht
exchange program for the academic
year.

Additional Scholarships:

National Merit Scholarships
All National Merit Scholars may use
their $2,000 ($1,000 if entered before
fall 1999) research option on UF-
approved, study abroad programs.
Contact the Honors Program office for
more information.

Southern Scholarship Foundation

Contact: Cindy M. Michelson, President,
Southern Scholarship Foundation (SSF),
Inc., 322 Stadium Drive, Tallahassee, FL
32304, (800) 253-2769
The Foundation offers one hundred
thirty-four rent-free housing
scholarships valued at $5,000 annually
for outstanding student scholars who
need financial assistance to attend


college. Applicants must be full-time
students with a minimum 3.0 high school
GPA or 2.85 cumulative community
college GPA, financial need (must
complete a Free Applicaticn for Federal
Student Aid), good character, a desire
to work for a college education, and be
willing to share responsibilities of living
cooperatively in a scholarship house
with other students. Strong
recommendations are required.
The Foundation has scholarship houses
for both men and for women located
near the UF campus. For a tour of the
facilities or to schedule an interview
please call the Gainesville office at
(352) 337-1282. Applications are
available from the Foundation or may be
downloaded from the SSF web page at:
http://www. southernscholarship.org.
Application Deadlines: April 1 fcr fall;
November 15, spring; late applications
accepted.

UF Gator Club Scholarships

Contact: Mr. Phil Griffin, UF Alumni
Association, 2012 W. University
Avenue, P. O. Box 14425, Gainesville,
FL 32604, 1 (888) 352-5866.
Gator Clubs exist under the umbrella
of the University of Florida Alumni
Association for the benefit of UF, its
alurni, parents, friends and students.
With many locations and diversity,
Gator Clubs serve to sponsor
education and professional seminars,
provide scholarship opportunities, host
social and athletic functions, design
community service projects and foster
young alumni programming. Membership
in Gator Clubs is cpen to all alumni,
parents, friends and students of the
university.
The UF Alumni Association-chartered
Gator Clubs sponsor scholarships for
students attending UF from all over
Florida, as well as many other parts of
the country. Gator Club scholarships
are awarded based upon criteria
established by each Gator Club,
including, but not limited to academic
merit, school involvement, and
community involvement.
Go to:
http://www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
GatorClubs.asp for information cn the
following Gator Club funds:
Gator Club of Atlanta Fund
Gator Club of Central Florida Scholarship


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applications for and information
A about these and other programs
offered by the state of Florida can
be obtained from high school
guidance offices and from the
Florida Department of Education,
Office of Student Financial
Assistance (OSFA), 1940 N.
Monroe Street, Suite 70,
Tallahassee 32303-4759; State
Programs Toll Free Customer
Service Line:
1 (888) 827-2004. You may e-
mail the Office of Student Financial
Assistance at:
osfa@mail.doe.state.fl.us. You may
e-mail OSFA at: osfa@fldoe.org.

Following is a list of state of
Florida Grant and Scholarship
Programs available at UF that
are administered by the Office of
Student Financial Assistance and
listed on the OSFA Web site at:
www.firn.edu/doe/binO0065/sp
list.htm.

Each program description on the
site includes eligibility
requirements, application
procedures, award amounts, and
renewal requirements. Partial
descriptions of scme of these
programs are provided below.

Children of Deceased or Disabled


Veterans or Children of
Servicemen Classified as
Prisoners of War or Missing in
Action Scholarship Program
Critical Teacher Shortage
Student Loan Forgiveness
Program
Critical Teacher Shortage
Tuition Reimbursement
Program
Florida Bright Futures
Scholarship Program
Florida Student Assistance Grant
Program
Jose Marti Scholarship
Challenge Grant
Robert C. Byrd Honors
Scholarship Program
Rosewood Family Scholarship
Program

Gaenal eligibility reuirHtnts for all
programs are:
1. YMet Florida residency requireents
for receipt of state student fimmial
aid by maintaining residay in Florida
for purposes other than education for a
minimum of 12 consecutive months
before th first day of class of th
academic term for which funds are
requested. Whether an individual meets
residency requirsents is determined


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The Florida Department of Education
offers various student financial
assistance programs which are
administered by the Office of
Student Financial Assistance (OSFA)
in Tallahassee. This chapter includes
descriptions of State of Florida
scholarship programs.











whidc he or she enrolls. plicants
with questions about residency status
should ctact the firamial aid office f
the institution ty plan to att-d.
2. Do not cwe a reayrrent under any
state cr federal grant or scholarship
programs, unless satisfactory
arrangements to repay have been
made.
3. Are not in default on any federal
Title IV or state student lcan
program, unless satisfactory
arrangements to repay have been
made.
You can apply for all OSFA
scholarships by completing the
Florida Financial Aid Application
online at:
www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org

or by submitting a paper
application available through your
high school guidance counselor.
Some programs listed here also
require completion of the Free
Application for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA) The FAFSA is available
online at www. fafsa.ed.gov and
from high school guidance offices.

Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarships
Program
The Robert C. Byrd Honors
Scholarship Program is offered
through the Florida Department of
Education and funded by the U.S.






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Department of Education (USDOE).
It is awarded to outstanding
Florida high school seniors who
show promise of continued
academic achievement. Awards are
distributed equitably through all
geographic regions in Florida.
Eligibility and Application: to be
eligible students must: (1) graduate
from a public or private secondary
school or receive the recognized
equivalent of a high school diplcra
which includes a General Education
Development certificate, or a state
certificate received after the
student has passed a state-
authorized examination Florida
recognizes as the equivalent of a
high school diplcma; (2) be accepted
at a Florida postsecondary
institution to pursue a course of
study of at least one year and enroll
as full-time; (3) be a U.S. citizen or
national, or provide evidence from
the U.S. Immigration and
Naturalization Service that the
student is a permanent resident of
the U.S. or has the intention of
becoming a citizen or permanent
resident; (4) file a Statement of
Selective Service Registration
Status; (5) not be ineligible to
receive federal assistance as a
condition of sentencing under Section
5301 of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of
1988; (6) submit a complete Florida
Financial Aid Application and Form
ED 80-0016 (PDF), Certification of
Eligibility for Federal Assistance in
Certain Programs, the year the
student graduates from high school;
(7) be nominated by the student's
high school principal or adult
education director. Applications
completed by April 15 receive
priority consideration for awards.
Value: determined annually by USDOE

Florida Bright Futures Scholarship
Program
The Florida Bright Futures
Scholarship Program is the largest
merit-based scholarship program.
It has three award levels: the
Florida Academic Scholars Award,
Florida Medallion Scholars Award,
and Florida Gold Seal Vocational
Scholars Award. Each award has
different academic criteria for
eligibility and receives a different
award amount. The top-ranked
scholar from each county receives
an additional award of up to
$1,500.
Eligibility and Aplication: students


must complete the Florida Financial
Aid Application by their high school
graduation date; eligibility and
application criteria are available
from your high school guidance
office, or the Florida Bright Futures
Program Web site. Students who
plan to graduate from high school in
2004 should also visit:
www.MvFloridaEducation.com/brfu
ture.
Value: varies

Florida Student Assistance Grants
See "Grants" in Chapter 3

Jose Marti Scholarship
The Jos6 Marti Scholarship
Challenge Grant Fund is a need-
based merit scholarship that
provides financial assistance to
eligible students of Hispanic origin
who will attend public or private
institutions in Florida. Applicants
for undergraduate study must apply
during their senior year of high
school. Graduate students may
apply, but priority for the
scholarships is given to graduating
high school seniors.
Application: applicants must
complete and mail the Florida
Financial Aid Application by April 1
and submit a Free Application for
Federal Student Aid to the federal
processor in time for it to be
processed by May 15 (allow 30
days for mailing and processing).
Value: $2,000 per academic year

Rosewood Family Scholarship Fund
The Rosewood Scholarship is a need-
based scholarship that provides
assistance to 25 minority students
to attend a state university. Direct
descendants of affected African-
American Rosewood families receive
priority for awards.
Application: applicants must
complete the Florida Financial Aid
Application by April 1 and submit
the Free Application for Federal
Student Aid (FAFSA) to the federal
processor in time to be processed
by May 15 (allow about 30 days
for mailing and processing).
Value: tuition and fees for 15
semester hours of undergraduate
study, not to exceed $4,000 or the
amount established in the General
Appropriations Act, whichever is
less; awards are prorated if funds
are insufficient to provide the
maximum award to 25 selected


recipients

Scholarship for Children of Deceased
or Disabled Veterans Or Children Of
Servicemen Classified As Prisoners
Of War Or Missing In Action
Scholarship Program
The State of Florida provides
scholarships for dependent children
of Florida veterans or servicemen
who died from service-connected
diseases or disabilities or have been
verified by the Florida Department
of Veterans' Affairs as having
service-connected 100% total and
permanent disabilities. The Florida
Department of Veterans' Affairs
will certify the official status of
the veteran or serviceman. The
veteran or serviceman must have
served during one of the following
wars, conflicts, or events and must
have been Florida residents as
specified:
Application: applicants must
complete the Florida Financial Aid
Application by April 1. The Florida
Department of Veteran Affairs
must certify eligibility by May 1.
Value: the amount of tuition and fees
for the two semesters at an eligible
a public post-secondary institution.

The following state scholarship
programs are administered on
campus. Please contact the
indicated offices.

Florida Fund for Minority
Teachers/Minority Teachers
Education Scholarship (MTES)
Contact: College of Education Office
of Recruitment, Retention, and
Multicultural Affairs, G415 Norran
Hall, (352) 392-9195, ext. 21
Eligibility: applicants must be
Florida residents, have a minimum
2.5 GPA, be newly admitted into
the teacher education program (or
have no more than 18 upper-
division education credits),
maintain a 2.5 GPA each semester
while in the scholarship program,
and teach one year in a Florida
public school for each year she or
he receives the scholarship.
Deadline: July 1, fall; November 15,
spring
Value: $2,000 per semester for up
to three semesters

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This chapter describes programs available
specifically for students with disabilities
who need financial assistance to help pay
college expenses. In addition to resources
in this chapter, students may apply for
general aid programs open to the entire
student body through the University of
Florida (UF) Admissions Office, the federal
government, the state of Florida,
university colleges and departments,
and private organizations.


FA in S-107 Criser Hall offers
S eligible students financial aid
packages that consist of
scholarships, grants, loans and/or
part-time employment. SFA
coordinates or administers most
major student aid programs and a
number of privately funded
scholarships, and offers financial
aid counseling to students. To apply
for aid available through SFA,
follow the instructions in "How To
Apply," in Chapter 1.
Students who need special help
applying for aid should contact SFA.
SFAs' telephone line for students
with speech or hearing impairments
is (352) 392-1272 (V/TDD).
Students with speech or hearing
impairments who need to contact an
agency on campus that does not list a
TDD number may use the free
Florida Relay Service by dialing
711, or 1 (800) 955-8771
(TDD). SFA's Web site is at:
www.sfa.ufl.edu.
Graduate Aid
Most graduate students, regardless
of dis- ability, pay for their
education with scholarships,
employment, loans, savings,
assistantships, and family


contributions. Graduate students
should apply for assistance through
their major department and
through SFA. See "Chapter 8,
Graduate Aid."

COORDINATION WITH THE DEAN OF
STUDENTS OFFICE
Disability Resources in the Dean of
Students Office (DSO) in P-202
Peabcdy Hall and SFA in Criser Hall
work together to assist students
with disabilities. CRISER HALL AND
PEABODY HALL ARE BOTH
ACCESSIBLE BUILDINGS. Students
may contact Disability Resources or
SFA to discuss financial aid issues.
DSO telephone numbers are (352)
392-1261 (V) (352) 392-3008
(TDD), and toll-free 877-9UF-
DEAN. DSO's Web site is located at:
http://www.dso.ufl.edu.

Disability-Related Expenses
Students with disabilities
frequently have expenses not
incurred by other students and,
when applying for financial aid
through SFA, may qualify for an
increase in their educational
budgets. Costs of special equipment,
fees for special services such as
readers, interpreters, note takers,


or personal care attendants, and
medical costs related to the
disability are all considered
disability-related expenses.
Disability Resources will help
determine disability-related
expenses. When these expenses have
been identified, students should
submit a Budget Revision Petition
form
(www.sfa.ufl. edu/pub/index.html) to
SFA documenting any such expenses
not paid for or provided by another
agency.

FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE
Persons with hearing or speech
impairments trying to contact a
university agency that does not list
a TDD number should call the
Florida Relay Service by dialing
711, or 1 (800) 392-3008
(TDD) .

NEXUS INFORMATION
SFA participates in the NEXUS
Information program, which
provides information about campus
services. NEXUS is available on the
Web at:
http://www.union.uf1.edu/nexus
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4 02 B Loans
4 0 2 C Federally Insured Loans
4 0 2 D Student Budgets
4 0 2 -E Aid for Graduate Students
4 0 2 F Student Employment
4 0 2 G Grants
4 0 2 H Scholarships
402-I Student Loans & Debt
Management
4 0 2 -J Financial Aid Phone
Numbers
4 0 2 K Financial Aid Disbursement
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SUPPORT AGENCIES
Center for Independent Living of
North Central Florida, 720 NW 23
Avenue, Gainesville, FL 32609,
(352) 378-7474 (V); (352)
378-7474 (TDD) ; (352) 378-
5582 (fax); 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
The Center assists persons with
disabilities through advocacy,
information, referral, peer
support, and independent living
skills education. They provide
employment services as well as
interpreting services. They also
offer sign language classes.

DisAbility Affairs Cabinet, Student
Government, University of Florida,
300-354 Reitz Union, P. O. Box
118505, Gainesville, FL 32611-
8505; (352) 392-1665 (ext.
305). The Disability Affairs Cabinet
works closely with the Office for
Students with Disabilities to
increase campus and community
accessibility and awareness. Our
main responsibilities include the
Annual Disability Issues Forum,
Disability Student Assembly,
Recruitment for Special Olympics,
and Wheelchair Basketball as well as
coordinating activities in the
community to benefit students with
disabilities. Our mission is to: (1)
educate the student body, faculty and
staff, as well as the community; (2)
establish programs which make
campus life better for students with
disabilities; and (3) extend a
helping hand to organizations for
people with disabilities in the
community through the students at
UF. For questions, contact 392-
1665, ext. 438; email


disabledisg.ufl.edu;
cr go to http://www.sf.ufl. edu .

Division of Blind Services, 417
S.W. 8th Street Gainesville, FL
32601; (352) 955-2075; toll
free (800) 443-0908; Fax (352)
955-2382; Web:
http://www.state.fl.us/dbs. Te
Division assists individuals who
have serious eye conditions, and
offers financial aid, vccational
counseling, reader services, and
other services, depending on need.
TO determine eligibility, contact the
agency in your home town.

Florida Vocational Rehabilitation
Agency (VR), 249 W. University
Avenue, Suite A Gainesville, FL
32601; (352) 955-3200;
http://www.state.fl.us/dbs/iob se
eker/vr.shtml. The goal of
vocational rehabilitation (VR) is to
help individuals achieve or
maintain employment consistent
with their unique strengths,
resources, priorities, concerns,
abilities, capabilities, interests,
and informed choice. For students
to be eligible, they mist have a
visual impairment in both eyes and
require vocational rehabilitation
services to obtain, maintain, or
retain employment. For
information, contact the VR office
in your community.
Social Security Administration,
1610 NW 23 Avenue, Gainesville,
FL 32605; 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.,
Monday-Friday; (800) 772-1213;
(352) 375-4178; TTY: (352)
375-6198. Supplemental Security
Income (SSI) is a federal program
that provides financial assistance to
blind and disabled individuals with
low income. The Social Security
Disability Insurance (SSDI)
program allows workers and eligible
dependents to receive monthly cash
benefits during a period of
disability. For information, contact
your local Social Security
Administration office. Also, go to:
http://www.socialsecuritv. ov.

OUTSIDE SCHOLARSHIPS
Students and families should
research other sources of aid on
their own through bookstores,
libraries, and the internet. A list of


publications is included in the
Appendix to this book. The following
is information received from
private organizations. SFA cannot
guarantee results from these
sources.
You may contact SFA at S-107
Criser Hall to see if application
forms are available, since the
organizations listed here
sometimes send forms to us during
their main application period.
Some downloadable scholarship
applications are available at:
http://www.sfa.ufl.edu/programs/
outsidescholar .html.
American Foundation for the Blind
(AFB), American Foundation for the
Blind, Scholarship Committee, 11
Penn Plaza, Suite 300, New York,
NY 10001, (212) 502-7661, TDD
(212) 502-7662, E-mail:
afbinfc@afb.net; web:
http://www.afb.orp .AFB
administers a scholarship program
for deserving students. Each year
individuals who are legally blind or
visually impaired can apply for
financial awards to support their
post-secondary/graduate education.
AFB awards scholarships of from
$500 to $2,500 to legally blind
individuals for undergraduate,
graduate, and vocational study.
Applicants mist provide evidence of
legal blindness, letters of
recommendation, official
transcripts, and an essay.
Application deadline: April 30.
Bank of America Scholarship
Program, P. O. Box 1465, Taylors,
S.C. 29687; (864) 268-3363;
fax (864) 268-7160. The
scholarship fund will distribute
$100,000 annually to qualified
high school graduating seniors,
four-year college undergraduates,
or students attending a technical or
vocational school. Eligibility
requirements include a 3.0 or
better cumulative grade point
average on a 4.0 scale; three
letters of recommendation; being a
finance, business, or computer
systems major; providing an
essay; and written documentation
from an appropriate provider
verifying that the applicant meets
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by the Americans with Disabilities
Act. Applications may be obtained
from the UF Dean of Students
Office in 202 Peabody Hall, at the
UF ADA Office in the EHS Building,
179 Newell Drive, or from the
North Carolina address above. For
more information and application
deadlines, go to:
http://www.ada.uf1.edu/scholar/nb.h
tm

Callahan Memorial Trust
Scholarship, Dean of Students
Office, P202 Peabody Hall, (352)
392-1261, (352) 392-3008
(TDD) or ADA Office, EHS
Building, 179 Newell Drive;
http://www.ada.ufl.edu/scholar/cm.h
tm.
The Eccleston Callahan Memorial
Trust annually awards two $500
scholarships to currently registered
students with a disability. This is a
need-based award. Students must be
apply through the UF Office for
Student Financial Affairs. Call
(352) 392-1272 (V/TDD) for
more information.
Theodore R. and Vivian M. Johnson
Scholarship Program, State
University System of Florida,
OEOP, 325 W. Gaines Street,
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1950,
(904) 487-1896; (904) 921-
2304 (TDD). The Theodore R. and
Vivian M. Johnson Scholarship
Program, established by the
Theodore R. and V. M. Johnson
Foundation, is designed to assist
undergraduates with disabling
conditions who attend any of the
nine institutions within the State
University System of Florida. The
amount of each scholarship varies,
and the award may be used to cover
the cost of tuition, fees, rccm and
board, books and auxiliary aids
such as notetakers, tutors, etc.
Scholarships are renewable for a
maximum of twelve semesters,
provided the recipient makes
satisfactory academic progress
toward a degree and meets
minimum performance
requirements. Award recipients
must enroll for a minimum of nine
credit hours each semester, and
have a cumulative GPA of at least
2.0. Scholarships are based on


documented severity of a disabling
condition and demonstrated
financial need. Applications may be
obtained from the UF Dean of
Students Office in 202 Peabody
Hall or at the UF ADA Office in EHS
Building, 179 Newell Drive. For
more information go to:
http: //www.ada.ufl.edu/scholar/tvi.
htm.

Rita O'Connell Scholarship Fund,
Dean of Students Office, P202
Peabody Hall, P. O. Box 114075,
(352) 392-1261, Web site
http://www.dso.ufl.edu/scholarshi
P;
and UF Foundation Web site:
http://www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarshi
Ds/ GeneralUniversitv.asp.
Individuals with hearing
impairments may contact the
Florida Relay Service by dialing
711. Applicants for this endowed
scholarship must be female
students who have a physical or
cognitive disability registered with
the Dean of Students Office;
selection is based on academic
performance and involvement in
university activities. This is not a
need-based scholarship, and it is
highly competitive. Applications
are made available in the spring
semester. Refer to the Dean of
Students Office Web site for
application information and due
dctes.

Pfizer Epilepsy Scholarship Award,
Pfizer c/o Eden Cormunications,
515 Valley St., Suite 200,
Maplewood, NJ 07040; 1-800-
292-7373, http://www. epilepsy-
scholarship.com. Sixteen awards of
$3,000 are available to students
who are under a physician's care
for epilepsy. To enter, you must be
a good student who participates in
activities outside of school; a high
school senior who has applied to
college or a freshman, sophomore,
or junior in college, or a college
senior who has applied to graduate
school. You will also need to send
proof of your grades and other
activities and send in two letters of
recommendation (one must be from
your doctor). Deadline: March 1.

Deb Richard Foundation Scholarship,
UF Dean of Students Office, P-202


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Peabody Hall; or the ADA Office, EHS
Building 179 Newell Drive. This a
competitively awarded program
available to first semester freshman
with disabilities who enroll at UF. TO
qualify, applicants mist demonstrate
financial need by completing a Free
Application for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA) cr Renewal FAFSA no later
than April 15. Applicants must also
provide documentation of the nature
and/or extent of a disability. The
disability must be in one or more of
the following classifications: hearing
impairment, physical impairment;
or visual impairment. For more
information on application and
eligibility, contact Jchn Denny,
Director, Disability Resources, at
johnpdcdso.ufl.edu or by telephone
at (352) 392-1261x222.
Information is also available at the
DSO Web site at
http://www.ada.ufl.edu/scholar/cz.h
tm.

Christopher M. Squitieri
Scholarship Fund (endowed), UF
Dean of Students Office, P-202
Peabody Hall; or the ADA Office, EHS
Building 179 Newell Drive; or UF
Foundation Web site:
http: //www.uff.ufl.edu/
Scholarships/GeneralUniversitv.asp.
Eligibility criteria include: being
registered with the UF Dean of
Students Office as a student with a
disability; being enrolled during the
time of the application with a
minimum of 6 credit hours during
fall or spring or at least 3 during
summer term; and being enrolled in
an undergraduate, graduate, or
professional degree-granting
program. Applicants must have a
minimum 2.0 GPA (undergraduate &
professional), or a minimum 3.0
GPA in any graduate program.
Applicants mist also complete the
aplicaticn form and a letter of
application including reasons why
they would be a good candidate for the
scholarship, how the award would be
used, and why they have looked to the
Squitieri Grant for funding and not
some other source. More information
and applications are available at:
http: //www. ada. uf1. edu/scholar/cscrr
ant. htm.

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Individual colleges, schools, and departments
within the University of Florida offer scholarships
and other assistance to undergraduate
students. Although administered by the
colleges, many of these scholarships are
funded by private individuals and institutions.
In most cases, these awards are given to
juniors and seniors who have been accepted
for admission into a particular program.
Some, however, are designated for freshmen
and/or sophomores.


ost scholarships and awards included
M here are based on acadneic
performance, but some also depend upon
financial need. For information and
applications, check with the contact
person listed for the college or
department which administers the
award.

We have taken care to ensure the
accuracy and timeliness of
information in this handbook.
Contents are subject to change
without notice, because of
changing federal and state
legislation and donor requests, as
well as unintended error. All
financial aid awards are
contingent upon availability of
funds and subject to revision.

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL
AND LIFE SCIENCES (CALS)
Contact: Dr. Jane Luzar, 2014 McCarty
H"13, www.cals.ufl.edu
An application is required to apply for
the awards listed below. The scholarship
committee decides which students will
receive scholarships. Unless otherwise
noted, the application deadline for these
awards is February 15 of each year.
UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
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ScholarshipListina.asp.

Robert J. and Jane H. Barben Family
Scholarship/Fellcwship
Eligibility: students enrolled in CALS;
scholarships and fellowships.
Value: varies

Fred W. and Mabel H. Barber Scholarship
Fund
ELigibility: students in the School of
Forest Resources and Conservation.
Value: $1,000

Branan Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: students in good standing
majoring in any of the following:
agronomy, soil and water science,
environmental horticulture,
horticultural sciences, food and
resource economics.
Value: $1,000

J. Milton Brownlee Agricultural
Marketing Scholarship
Eligibility: students whose home
residence was in a rural area and who
have crnpleted second and enrolled in
third agricultural marketing course.
Value: varies

Central Florida Fair Endcwment for
Scholarships/Fellcwships
eligibility: high school graduates from
Central Florida (Brevard, Lake, Orange,
Osceola, Seminole or Volusia Counties);
awarded on the basis of scholarship and
leadership.
Value: $1,000


Doyle Conner Scholarship Fund
Established by former Florida
Commissioner of Agriculture, Doyle E.
Conner.
Eligibility: poultry science majors who
have demonstrated outstanding
achievement in academic pursuits;
financial need, leadership ability,
professional potential, and academic
merit; must be a poultry science major
from a Florida high school and have
participated in either FFA or 4-H;
foreign students are considered.
Value: $1,000
L. J. Connor Diversity Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: students in CALS; based on
academic merit, leadership, and poten-
tial or current contributions to diversity
in the student body and society. medal of
excellence.
Value: varies, includes a medal of ex-
cellence

Florida Rural Rehabilitaticn
Corporation Fund
ELigibility: undergraduates in CALS
enrolled in any Florida off-campus
academic program.
Value: $1,000
Florida Rural Rehabilitaticn
Corporation Fund 4-H Scholarship
ELigibility: florida residents participating
in
the Fla. 4-H camping program who have
financial need.
Value: $1,000
FRRC Scholarship Fund


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Eligibility: students frcm Florida farms
and rural areas pursuing agricultural
degrees at remote, off-campus
locations.
Value: amount varies

Grebe-Wahlberg Memorial Fund
Eligibility: preniere juniors and seniors
enrolled in the college who are
outstanding leaders academically and in
organizations; based on GPA, leadership
ability, service and extracurricular
activities; continued eligibility in
graduate school depends on remaining at
UF and IFAS (eligible graduate students
must suhnit an application).
Value: $2,000; through graduate and
veterinary school until post-graduate
studies are completed

J. R. Greenman Memorial
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: junior, senior, or graduate
food and resource economics majors;
selection also based on academic
merit, professional potential,
leadership ability and financial need.
Value: $1,200

Wayne Hawkins Agricultural
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: sophomore, junior, or senior
food and resource economics majors;
preference to Florida residents with at
least a 2.75 GPA; financial need,
leadership ability, and professional
potential are key in awarding this
scholarship.
Value: unspecified

R. D. Keene Mmnorial Scholarship Fund
ELigibility: students enrolled in or
planning to enroll in CALS and follow a
citrus or citrus-related curriculum;
based on scholarship, leadership,
character, and professional praise.
Value: $1,000

E. F. Lamothe Agricultural
Scholarships Fund
ELigibility: agriculture majors.
Value: varies

Doris Lcwe and Earl and Verna Lcwe
Scholarship
Eligibility: CALS undergraduate or
graduate students; merit and potential
for contribution to agricultural and
wildlife environment; selected by the
vice president of the Institute of Food
and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS), or
a person designated by the vice
president.
Value: varies

Velma Lykes Fruit Crop
Scholarship Fund
ELigibility: agriculture students with a
minimum 3.0 GPA and financial need..
Value: $1,000

Edgar A. Martin Scholarship
ELigibility: ornamental horticulture


students; based on professional
potential, academic merit, financial
need, and leadership ability.
Value: $1,000

Nathan Mayo Scholarship
Eligibility: students from Marion
County, Florida, studying animal
sciences.
Value: varies

Orange County Farm Bureau Scholarship
Eligibility: students from Orange
County; secondary preference to
students from Seminole, Lake, Osceola,
and Brevard counties.
Value: $1,000

Price Scholarship Fund
eligibility: outstanding students enrolled
in a UF/IFAS program.
Value: $1,000, two awards

Timer Powers Scholarship
Eligibility: CALS students; recipients
selected by the College Honors and
Awards Comnittee on the basis of
acadneic merit, leadership
contributions, and potential, and current
or potential ccntributicns to diversity
within the student body and society;
diversity factors considered include:
cntributicns to the ocntinuaticn of a
diverse studet body and pluralistic
society; sensitivity and understanding
of society and campus racial, social, and
ethnic issues; and capacity to
cannunicate across the social lines of
race, gender, geography, generation,
and class.
Value: $1,000

Mavis B. Roberts Agricultural Finance
Scholarship
Eligibility: students whose home
residence was in a rural area and who
have ccrpleted second and enrolled in
third agricultural finance course.
Value: $1,000

Charles M. Shinn, Jr., Memorial
Scholarship
Eligibility: undergraduates pursuing a
major in citrus; based cn leadership,
professional potential, and academic
merit.
Value: $1,000, four awards

Chuck Skoch Florida Sea Grant
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: incoming freshmen who
intend to major in a marine science or
coastal-related field of study; selection
is made through ccmpetiticn in the
Florida Annual State Science and
Engineering Fair.
Value: varies

John F. Smoak Memorial Scholarship
Eligibility: academically strong students
enrolled in CALS, with preference to
students from Highlands County and
Florida residents.


Value: $1,000, four awards

Suwannee County Conservation District
and W. B. "Barney" Copeland
Scholarship
Eligibility: students who graduated from
Suwannee County high schools and who
are seeking a bachelor's degree in
agricultural sciences or related fields.
Value: $1,000

William F. Ward Memorial Scholarship
Eligibility: outstanding junior citrus
studies majors; graduate or
undergraduate students in an area of
horticulture; based on academic record,
need, and potential of student.
Value: $1,200, two awards

Virginia Hurst Whitehill
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: Manatee County residents or
high school graduates who are or will be
agriculture or landscape architecture
majors and who show academic
competence, character, and leadership
potential.
Value: two $500 awards; renewable
through senior year

Ralph S. Wilhelm, Jr., Scholarship
Eligibility: outstanding undergraduate
animal sciences majors; financial need.
Value: varies

Scholarships

Bayer Crop Science Education
Scholarship
Eligibility: juniors or seniors in a major
that emphasizes the citrus field of
study; must have future plans to work
in the citrus industry.
Value: $2,000

CALS Alumni and Friends Scholarship
Eligibility: outstanding CALS students;
acadneic excellence, leadership
potential, and character.
Value: varies

CALS Opportunity Alliance Scholarship
Eligibility: CALS freshmen from a UF
Opportunity Alliance School: Miami
Senior High, Ribault Senior High, and
Raines Senior High.
Value: $1,000 for up to four years
based on satisfactory progress toward
a CALS degree

Coca-Cola Scholarships
Established by Coca Cola to assist
students pursuing a career in citrus
prcducticn.
Eligibility: priority to horticultural
sciences majors; agroncmy, soil and
water science, agricultural and
biological engineering, entamolgy, and
nematology majors also considered;
damncstrated potential.
Value: varies

Larry J. Connor Medal of Excellence
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outstanding CALS student; student
selected by the CALS Honors and
Awards Committee.
Value: $1,000 and Medal of Excellence

D. Glynn Davies National Juice Products
Association Scholarship
Eligibiity: seniors with strong business
administration courses who demonstrate
interest in the fruit juice industry; must
complete an internship.
Value: $1,250, two awards

Farm Credit of Central Florida
Scholarship
Eligibility: CALS students in a true
agriculture major from Citrus,
Hernando, Pasco, Pinellas, Hillsborough,
Polk, Lake, Sumter, Orange, Osceola,
Volusia, Brevard, or Seminole counties.
Value: $1,000

Farm Credit of North Florida Scholarship
Eligibility: CALS students in a true
agriculture major from counties
represented in this region.
Value: $1,000

Farm Credit of South Florida Scholarship
Eligibility: CALS students in a true
agriculture major from Martin, St.
Lucie, Indian River, Okeechobee, Palm
Beach, Broward, Dade, or Monroe
counties.
Value: $1,000

Farm Credit of Southwest Florida
Scholarship
Eligibility: CALS students in a true
agriculture major from Manatee,
Sarasota, Collier, Lee, Charlotte,
Glades, Hendry, DeSoto, Hardee, or
Highlands counties.
Value: $1,000

Florida Department of Agricultural and
Consumer Services, Office of
Agricultural Water Policy-Mary
Bramble Aller Scholarship
eligibility: second year or above CALS
students.
Value: $1,000

Florida Fertilizer and Agrichemical
Association Scholarship
Eligbility: meritorious juniors, seniors,
and graduate students with a minimum
3.0 GPA participating in a legislative
internship.
Value: $1,500 minimum award

Gamma Sigma Delta
E7lgibiity: students who qualify for
membership in the Honor Society of
Agriculture, Gamma Sigma Delta;
potential cntributicn to the field of
agriculture.
Value: $1,000

James and Judith Groff Scholarship
Eligibiity: animal sciences majors in
CALS.
Value: $1,000


Phillip L. Herndcn Endcwment in
Economics
eligibility: food and resource economics
majors in CALS.
Value: $1,000

George Holtsberg Scholarship
Eligibility: CALS majors in horticultural
sciences or with an anphasis in citrus
prcducticn.
Value: varies

John H. G. Hutchinson Scholarship
Eligibility: worthy and capable CALS
students who show extraordinary
determination for pursuit of their
studies; based on hard work,
determination, and need more than
level of academic achievement.
Value: $1,000

Lakes and Hills Garden Club Scholarship
eligibility: students with a B average
from Lake County majoring in
horticultural sciences or landscaping.
Value: varies

Mary Ann Jones Memorial Scholarship
Eligibiity: meritorious CALS students.
Value: $1,000

Martin County Master Gardner
Scholarship
eligibility: junior or senior from Martin
county majoring in environmental
horticulture with a 2.5 GPA.
Value: $525

Bobby F. McKown Scholarship
Eligibiity: horticultural sciences majors
in CALS.
Value: $1,000

Men's Garden Club of Jacksonville
James N. Watson Scholarship
eligibility: upper-division candidates for
a bachelor's degree in environmental
horticulture or agricultural education
and communications; must be a resident
of northeast Florida (Duval, St. Johns,
Clay, Baker, Nassau, Putnam, Alachua,
Bradford, Volusia, or Flagler counties).
Value: $1,000; one award

SHARE Undergraduate Scholarships
Eligibility: leadership, scholarship,
financial need, and potential contribution
to agriculture in Florida.
Value: $1,000, 14 awards

Southern States Scholarship
Eligibility: first-year CALS students
from an agricultural producer family
who are Florida residents; prefer two
years in FFA or 4-H.
Value: $600-$800

Staplcotn Scholarship
Eligibility: CALS students who are
Florida residents; priority to students
from families farming cotton or
connected to the cotton industry;
agricultural and biological engineering,
agronomy, entomology and nematology,


food and resource economics,
horticultural sciences, plant pathology,
or soil and water science majors.
Value: $1,000

Eugene Chester Tersenbach Memorial
Scholarship
Eligibility: food science and human
nutrition, food and resource economic
and animal science majors; students
from Florida High Schools, or Caribbean
Islands.
Value: $1,000

Alvin T. Wallace Memorial Scholarship
Eligibility: plant science majors who
have an outstanding GPA, show
leadership potential at UF, and shcw
professional premise as judged by
departmental faculty.
Value: $1,000

Gerald L. Zachariah Memorial
Scholarship
Eligibility: outstanding enrolled CALS
students.
Value: $1,000

Howard Appledorf Memorial Scholarship
Eligibility: Full-time undergraduate
students with a minimum 3.0 GPA;
based on academic achievement,
leadership and financial need.
Value: $1,000

Summer Tropical Botany Course Fund
Eligibility: out-of-state students
accepted for study in tropical botany.
Value: varies

Department of Agricultural &
Biological Engineering
Contact: Dr. James D. Leary, 115
Rogers Hall, www.acen.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff .uf1.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina. asp.

John B. Boy/U.S. Sugar in Agricultural
Engineering Fund
Eligiblity: agricultural and biological
engineering juniors who are U.S. citizens
and Florida residents; renewable for
seniors who maintain at least a 2.6
GPA; award based on academic
achievement.
Value: $1,000 per semester renewable
for two years; cooperative employment
available

Florida Section ASAE (American Society
of Agricultural Engineers) Scholarship
Fund
Eligiility: agricultural and biological
engineering or agricultural operations


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management majors; based on
scholarship, financial need and
professional potential.
Value: $500, may vary; several
awards

Bob and Virginia Peart Scholarship Fund
ELigibility: agricultural operations
management majors; scholarship and
professional potential.
Value: $1,000

Allen G. Smajstrla Scholarship
ELigihblity: undergraduates in agriculture
and biological engineering or agriculture
operations management interested in
water resources.
Value: varies

Giles and Martha Van Duyne
Scholarship Fund
ELigihblity: agriculture and biological
engineering students.
Value: $1,000

Scholarships

Rush E. Choate Scholarship
ELigibility: agricultural and biological
engineering students; scholarship and
professional potential.
Value: $500, may vary

Marlin Eller Memorial MWI Corporation
Scholarship
ELigibility: agricultural and biological
engineering majors; based on
scholarship, financial need and
professional potential.
Value: $ 5 0 0

DEltcn S. Harriscn Florida Irrigaticn
Society Scholarships
ELigibility: agricultural and biological
engineering and agricultural operations
management majors; scholarship and
professional potential.
Value: $1,000 per year

Sun-Fu "Tony" Shih Scholarship
ELigibility: agricultural and biological
engineering and agricultural operations
management majors; scholarship and
professional potential.
Value: $1,000

Department of Agricultural
Education and Communication

Contact: Dr. Jane Luzar, 2014
McCarty Hall; www.cals.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff .uf edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListinc. asp.

W. T. Loften Scholarship


Eligibility: agricultural students in
education and ccnmunication programs;
based on scholarship, leadership, and
professional potential.
Value: $400, two awards

Marion C. Roche Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: incoming or currently
enrolled students in the teacher
education specialty who have
demonstrated scholarship, leadership,
and professional potential in the
department of Agricultural Education
and Communication.
Value: $800, three awards

J. N. Watson Memorial Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: upper-division candidates for
bachelor's degree in environmental
horticulture or agricultural education
and communications; must be current
Florida resident in areas bounded by the
Georgia-Florida state line cn the north,
west to 1-75, scuth along 1-75 to
Gainesville, and cn a line from
Gainesville to Daytona Beach.
Value: varies

Scholarships

AEC Department Scholarship
Eligibility: students in any option in
agricultural education and
ccrmunication; scholarship, leadership,
and professional potential.
Value: $ 5 0 0

Agricultural Education and
Communication Society Scholarship
Eligibility: student in any cpticn in
agricultural education and
ccrmunication; scholarship, leadership,
and professional potential.
Value: $ 5 0 0

Agriculture Institute of Florida
Eligibility: agricultural communication
option undergraduates; academic
achievement, leadership success, and
professional potential.
Value: $ 5 0 0

Bussell Family Scholarship
Eligibility: outstanding teacher education
student; academic and professional
potential.
Value: $500

Campbell Scholarship
Eligibility: agricultural education and
communication students in teacher
education; high scholarship; outstanding
leadership.
Value: $400

Florida Agricultural Hall of Fame
Scholarship
Eligibility: agricultural ccmnunication
option students who demonstrate
outstanding scholarship and leadership.
Value: $ 5 0 0

Florida Associaticn of Ccunty


Agricultural Agents Outstanding
Extension Education Student
Eligibility: seniors or graduate students
preparing to enter an extension career;
leadership, scholarship, and professional
potential.
Value: $100 and a plaque

Florida FFA Foundation Memorial
Scholarship
Eligbility: juniors or seniors in the
teacher education option; exemplary
leadership, citizenship, cocperaticn,
scholarship, and professional potential.
Value: $400

Florida Associaticn of Agricultural
Educators (FAAE) Outstanding Junior
Eligibility: agricultural education opticn
juniors; scholarship, leadership, and
financial need.
Value: $ 3 0 0

Florida Associaticn of Agricultural
Educators (FAAE) Outstanding Senior
Eligibility: agricultural education opticn
seniors; scholarship and leadership.
Value: plaque and first year's
professional dues

Max B. McGhee Scholarship
Eligibility: students pursuing a
program option in agricultural
education and communication;
demonstrated outstanding leadership,
scholarship, and professional
potential; essay based on a topic
chosen by the scholarship selection
committee.
Value: $ 5 0 0

Beverly Moseley Scholarship
Eligibility: undergraduates in the
agricultural communication option;
scholarship, leadership, professional
potential, and financial need.
Value: $300

D. A. Storms Scholarship
Eligibility: incoming or enrolled
departmental juniors in teacher
education option; scholarship,
leadership, and professional potential;
preference for Hillsborough County
students.
Value: $500

J. F. Williams Memorial Scholarship
Awarded by FAAE and Florida FFA
Foundation.
Eligibility: graduating seniors who plan
to teach agriculture in Florida; financial
need, scholarship, and professional
potential.
Value: $400, three awards

H. E. Wood Scholarship
Awarded by Florida FFA Foundation.
Eligibility: graduating agricultural
education and communication seniors
who plan to teach agriculture in Florida.
Value: $400


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38 Gator Aid


Department of Agronomy
(Plant Sciences)

Contact: Professor Jerry Bennett,
304 Newell Hall

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarship is
administered by the UF Fcundaticn. For
information, check with the
departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina. asp.

Agronomy-Soils Club/Florida Foundation
Seed Producers Scholarships
Eligibility: members of the Agronomy-
Soils Club majoring in agriculture;
academics and leadership.
Deadline: December 1
Value: $600, up to six scholarships

acil Webb Scholarship
Eligibility: scholars enrolled in the
college who exhibit academic strength
and leadership.
Value: $500 (one year award)

Department of Animal Sciences

Contact: Professor Dwain Johnson,
224 Animal Science Building

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff .ufl. edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListin., asp.

American Agrivest Endowment
Eligibility: students studying poultry
science in the Department of Animal
Sciences.
Value: varies

A. C. Asbury, D.V.M. Equine
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: undergraduates most likely to
excel in the art and science of equine
practice; selectee is expected to
demonstrate exceptional horsemanship,
excellent interpersonal ccmaunication
skills, an understanding and appreciation
for practical approaches to clinical
problem solving, and a genuine interest
in promoting the broad spectrum of
equine health.
Value: $500-$1,000

Becker Scholarship Endowment
Eligibility: students enrolled in dairy
science courses.
Value: varies

Becker Scholarship Endowment


Eligibility: students enrolled in dairy
science courses.
Value: varies

Susan Brown Memorial/Florida
Beefmasters Breeders Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: freshmen and sophomores
who demonstrate professional premise,
leadership, scholarship and excellence in
4-H, FFA or breed association activities.
Value: $1,000 per year; renewable up
to four years with a 2.5 GPA

Central Florida Fair Endowment for
Scholarships/Fell ships
Eligibility: high school graduates frem
Central Florida (Brevard, Lake, Orange,
Osceola, Seminole or Volusia Ccunties);
given cn the basis of scholarship and
leadership.
Value: varies

Gwen and Tony J. Cunha Scholarship
Fund
Eligibility: students who exhibit
scholarship, leadership and professional
promise.
Value: varies

Elcy L. Decker Scholarship Fund
ELigibility: undergraduate Florida
residents with financial need; requires
enrollment in the Dairy Science Program
and a minimum B average.
Value: varies

Kathryn Harms Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: outstanding members of the
Poultry Science Club.
Value: varies

C. W. Reaves 4-H Dairy Scholarship
Fund
Eligibility: students who plan to study
dairy science; freshmen must have
achieved an acceptable senior placement
test score and high school GPA;
upperclassmen must have an acceptable
college GPA; must be former members
of the 4-H Dairy Club and enrolled in
Dairy Science at UF.
Value: varies

Floyd "Sonny" Tillman Scholarship
Eligibility: animal science students.
Value: varies

Don Wakeman Scholarship
Eligibility: students who exhibited
leadership, scholarship, and professional
promise while members of 4-H, FFA, or
a Junior Breed Association.
Value: $1,000; renewable up to four
years with a 2.5 GPA

Scholarships

American Culinary Federation
Scholarship
Eligibility: students in the safety and
processing of meat option in animal
sciences; should be frem Southern
Florida, preferably Collier Ccunty.


Value: $1,000 (one year award)

LeRoy Baldwin Family Scholarship
Eligibility: animal sciences students;
scholarship, leadership, and interest in
the meat industry.
Value: $500 (one-year award)

Jim Flannigan Memorial Scholarship
Eligibility: animal sciences majors,
interest and professional premise in the
beef industry.
Value: $500

Florida Cattlenen's Association
Eligibility: animal sciences majors,
leadership, and professional promise in
the beef industry.
Value: $6 00

Florida Cattlewcmen's Association
Eligibility: female animal sciences
majors, professional potential in beef
cattle prcducticn and marketing;
leadership and scholarship.
Value: $1,000

Florida Santa Gertrudis Association
ELigibility: demonstrated interest in beef
production.
Value: $ 2 5 0

FTBA (Florida Thoroughbred Breeders
Association) Scholarship
Eligibility: animal sciences majors in the
equine sciences program, scholarship,
leadership, and professional premise.
Value: varies

Charles Hardee Memorial Scholarship
Eligibility: student with a proven
interest in beef production; need may be
considered.
Value: $1,000

Ray Kempfer Memorial Scholarship
Eligibility: professional premise,
leadership, and dedication to the beef
industry.
Value: $500 (one-year award)

JoAnn Smith Scholarship
Eligibility: leadership, scholarship, and
professional premise in the beef cattle
industry.
Value: $600

Southeast Milk, Inc., Scholarship
Funds contributed by Florida dairy
farms and other dairies located in
Georgia.
Eligibility: undergraduates in the dairy
science opticn; scholarship, need,
character, leadership potential, and
professional premise.
Value: $1,000 limit

Julian Moore Memorial Award Fund
Eligibility: juniors or seniors studying
poultry science showing promise as
members of the poultry industry; based
on academics and enthusiasm shown in
the Poultry Science Club.
Value: Varies


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Department of Entomology
& Nematology

Contact: Carl Barfield, P. O. Box
110620; entnendept.ifas.ufl.edu

Scholarships support students affiliated
with the Entomology and Nematology
Department.

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.ufuf 1. edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListincg.asp.

John T. and Myrtle B. Creighton
Scholarship/Fellowship Fund
Eligibility: undergraduate and graduate
students in entomology and nematology.
Value: $1,000

Leland A. Davis Memorial Scholarship
Fund
ELigibility: undergraduates
demonstrating scholarship or leadership.
Value: $1,000

Robert E. Dixcn, Jr., Scholarship Fund
ELigibility: students with department
majors pursuing a career in urban pest
management; based on academic merit,
financial need, leadership ability, and
professional potential.
Value: $1,000

Dr. Lawrence A. Hetrick Fund for
Scholarships/Fellowships
ELigibility: students taking courses in the
department.
Value: $1,000

Everett R. Mitchell Memorial
Scholarship Fund Eligibility:
undergraduate or graduate students
student studying entomology.
Value: varies

Mulrennan Scholarship Fund
Contact: Undergraduate Coordinator
Eligibility: superior undergraduate
scholars in the department.
Value: $1,000

Milledge Murphey Memorial Scholarship
Fund
Eligibility: departmental majors
displaying scholarship and leadership;
preference toward students focused on
entomology and displaying financial need.
Value: varies

Carolyn D. Richardson Scholarship in
Urban Entomology Fund
Contact: College of Agricultural and Life
Sciences
Eligibility: entomology and nematology
students enrolled in urban entomology.
Value: $1,000


Dempsey R. Sapp, Sr., Urban Entomolgy
Scholarship
Contact: College cf Agricultural and Life
Sciences
Eligibility: students pursuing a degree in
urban entomology who demonstrate high
professional potential.
Value: varies

C. P. and Lynn Steinmetz
Scholarship/Fellowship
Eligibility: entomology and nematology
students.
Value: varies

Scholarships

Entomology Society of America
Undergraduate Scholarship (Sponsored
by BioQuip Products)
Eligibility: available cn a nationally
competitive basis and awarded
according to scholarship, need, and
career goals.
Value: $1,000

Florida Entcmological Society
Scholarships
Eligibility: students majoring in
entomology or related disciplines; must
be members of FES and be full-time
students with at least one year
remaining in degree program.
Value: $500, three awards annually

Florida Pest Control Tuition Awards
Eligibility: incoming juniors majoring in
urban pest management.
Application: apply in the spring
Value: $1,200 per year, two awards

Phi Chi Onega Scholarship
Eligibility: promising urban or industrial
pest control majors or a closely related
area; awards are nationally competitive.
Value: $800, several awards

Urban Entomology Undergraduate
Scholarship
Eligibility: department majors in the
urban pest management specialization.
Value: $1,000

Department of Environmental
Horticulture
Contact: Ms. Judy Wilson,
1535 Fifield Hall; hort.ifas.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Fcundaticn Web site at:
www.uff .uf 1.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina.asp.

Arthur C. Andres Memorial Scholarship
ELigibility: students pursuing a degree in
the horticultural sciences, specializing in
environmental horticulture and


registered for ORH4941; based on
academic merit, professional potential,
leadership ability, and financial need.
Value: varies

AOS (American Orchid Society)/llth
WOC (World Orchid Conference)
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: upper-division or graduate
students pursuing degrees in
horticulture or botany who have
demonstrated interest in, and who will
pursue with the proceeds of the grant,
studies or research in orchidology.
Value: $500-$2,500, two consecutive
years

Gene and Barbara Batson Scholarship
Eligibiity: IFAS students interested in
careers in ornamental nursery; award
supports students who participate in
internships to provide hands-on
preparation for a nursery industry
career.
Value: $500-$2,000

Scholarships

A number of scholarships are available
through awards given by industry and
plates gps.

Lisa Burton Memorial Scholarship
Eligibility: juniors and seniors with a
minimum 2.5 GPA who are active
members of the Environmental
Horticulture Club.
Value: varies

Phelps Foundation Scholarships
Eligibility: environmental horticulture
students; academic excellence, letter of
intent, extracurricular activities, and
financial need.
Value: $1,000-$3,000; multiple awards

Department of Food & Resource
Economics
Contact: David L. Barber, 1197
McCarty; www.fred.ifas.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff .ufl. edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina. asp.

Mr. and Mrs. John V. D'Albora, Jr.,
Scholarship Fund in Honor of J. Wayne
Reitz
Provided from the annual earnings of an
endowment in honor of J. Wayne Reitz.
ELigibility: CALS upper-division and
graduate students in food and resource
economics; scholarship and leadership
ability.
Value: varies


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40 Gator Aid


R. Holt Howard Endowed Scholarship
Eligibility: students pursuing
undergraduate degrees in agriculture
with an emphasis on students studying
food and resource economics.
Value: varies

Werner and Margaret C. Husmann
Scholarship
eligibility: food and resource economics
students.
Value: varies

Hal W. Lively Memorial Scholarship Fund
Mifgibility: students in agricultural
economics with a specialization in food
marketing and distribution; must be
Florida residents and complete the
required course work for the freshman
and sophomore years in preparation for
the program in food marketing and
distribution.
Value: 65% of full-time semester
expenses

Ccil N. and Cecile G. Smith Scholarship
Fund
Eligibility: food and resource economics
students.
Value: varies

Scholarships

Distinguished Order of Zerocrats
Scholarship
Eligibility: agriculture students pursuing
undergraduate degree in food
management.
Value: varies

Don Thomas Memorial Scholarship
Micgibility: financial need, at least cme
credit hour of business ethics, a
minimum 2.75 GPA, and documented
community service.
Value: varies

H. G. Hamilton Scholarship
Eligibility: food and resource economics
students.
Value: varies

Department of Food Science
& Human Nutrition (FSHN)

Contact: Janna Underhill, Rm. 467 Food
Science Building; fshn.ifas.ufl.edu

American Dietetic Association
Scholarship ELigibility: upper-divisicn
dietetics majors for study leading to
scientific and educational advancement
in dietetics; ADA membership. Deadline:
February 15
Value: varies

Wilmer W. and Melda Bassett
Endcvnent Fund Eligibility: 4-H
members or students studying dairy
science.
Deadline: varies


General Foods Summer Intern Fund
Eligibility: undergraduates; supports lab
work in the food science and human
nutrition.
Deadline: varies

Grady W. Chism, Jr., Scholarship
Eligibility: full-time, upper-divisicn food
science students with 3.0 or greater
GPA; scholarship, leadership,
participation in UF Student Chapter of
Institute of Food Technologies (FSHN
Club), and motivation toward a career in
food science.
Deadline: March 1
Value: $1,000

Florida Dairy Products Scholarship
Eligibility: food science majors with an
interest in dairy; scholarship,
leadership, and professional potential.
Deadline: February 1
Value: $ 5 0 0

Raymond A. Dennison Memorial
Scholarship
Eligibility: full-time, upper-divisicn
undergraduates; scholarship, leadership,
participation in the UF Student Chapter
of Institute of Food Technologies (FSHN
Club), and motivation toward a career in
fcod science.
Deadline: March 1
Value: $1,000

Florida Dietetic Association Scholarship
Eligibility: upper-divisicn dietetics
majors who are U.S. citizens or
permanent residents enrolled full-time;
scholarship, and professional potential.
Deadline: May 1
Value: varies

Florida Secticn Institute of Food
Technologists Undergraduate Scholarship
Eligibility: full-time, upper-divisicn
undergraduates; scholarship, leadership
and participation in the UF Student
Chapter of the Institute of Food
Technologists (FSHN Club); motivation
toward a career in food science.
Deadline: March 1
Value: $1,000


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Earl Wilmont Hartt Scholarship
Eligibility: full-time students;
scholarship, leadership, and professional
potential.
Deadline: February 1
Value: $250-$1,000

Institute of Food Technologists
Scholarship
Eligihility: full-time undergraduates in
food science; scholarship, leadership,
professional potential, and motivation
tcward a career in food science.
Deadline: February 1
Value: $1,000-$2,250

Doris Lcwe and Earl and Verna Lowe
Scholarship Fund
Eligihility: CALS undergraduate or
graduate students; merit and potential
for cntributicn to agricultural and
wildlife environments; recipient selected
by the vice president of IFAS, or a
person designated by the vice president.
Deadline: varies
Value: varies

Southeastern Food Processor's
Association Scholarship Honoring Dr.
Ronald H. Schmidt
Eligibility: food science majors;
scholarship, leadership, and professional
potential.
Deadline: February 1
Value: $500

Robert P. Bates Scholarship
Eligibility: full-time undergraduate fcod
science students demonstrating
scholarship, leadership, and professional
pttial. Deadline:
Bin ny 1 Value:
$200

Eugene E. Woodward Memorial
Scholarship
eligibility: FSHN majors.
Value: varies

FMC Scholarship, Fellowship and
Assistantship Fund
eligibility: FSHN students.
Value: varies

Department of Horticultural
Sciences

Contact: Dr. R. L. arnell, 1143 Fifield
Hall; www.hos.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff .uf 1. edu/Scholarships/Scholars
hiDListina.aso.

Arthur C. Andres Scholarship Fund
Eligihblity: students pursuing a degree in


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Undergraduate Aid 41


the horticultural sciences, specializing
in environmental horticulture and
registered for ORH4941; based on
academic merit, professional potential,
leadership ability, and financial need.
Value: $1,000

A. H. Krezdorn Memorial Scholarship
ELigibility: students in horticultural
sciences majoring in fruit crops
Value: varies

Harry R. Manee, Sr., Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: students with majors
involving the Florida vegetable industry;
based on scholarship, leadership, and
character.
Value: $1,000

Bobby F. McKown Scholarship/
Fellowship Endowment Fund
ELigibility: horticultural sciences
stlts. Value:
varies

Charles and Thelma Palmer Scholarship
Eligibility: horticulture sciences majors;
priority to students specializing in fruit

Value: varies

William T. Phelps Scholarship SHARE
Eligibility: students pursuing a
bachelor's degree in horticulture science
with an emphasis on fruit and vegetable
crops or environmental horticulture;
academic excellence, extra-curricular
activities, and letter of intent.
Value: varies

Muriel Rumsey Foundation Endowment
ELigibility: students pursuing studies in
horticultural sciences.
Value: varies

James Soule Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: undergraduate and graduate
students in the department majoring in
fruit crops.
Value: $ 5 0 0

Southwest Florida Vegetable Growers
Fund
ELigibility: full-time agribusiness and
agricultural production or agricultural
sciences students who plan to pursue
vegetable production careers; must be
U.S. citizens or permanent residents,
preferably from southwest Florida;
academic merit and professional
potential.
Value: $1,000

William F. Ward Memorial Scholarship
Fund
ELigibility: students in an area of
horticulture; academic record, need, and
potential of student.
Value: $1,000

Scholarships

Norman F. Childers Scholarship
Eligibility: outstanding fruit and


vegetable crops majors; scholarship and
leadership.
Value: $500

Florida Agricultural Conference and
Trade Show Scholarship
Eligibility: academic record.
Value: $ 5 0 0

Lena B. Hughes Estate
Eligibility: scholarship, leadership, and
interest in prcmoting the Florida citrus
industry.
Value: $3,000 and personal plaque

Phelps Foundation Scholarships
Eligibility: full-time horticulture science
or environmental horticulture majors;
academics and extracurricular
activities.
Value: $300-$3,000

Sam Savage/SSA
Eligibility: fruit and vegetable crops or
general horticulture majors; academic
record and a desire to work in the
Florida seed industry.
Value: $ 6 0 0

Sarasota Fruit and Nut Society
Eligibility: student interested in the fruit
industry; academic record and Florida
residency.
Value: $500

Vance Publishing Corp. Scholarship
Eligibility: horticultural science majors
and academic record.
Value: $1,000

Lewis W. Ziegler Memorial Scholarship
Eligibility: fruit and vegetable crop
majors.
Value: $750

Department of Plant Pathology
(Plant Sciences)

Contact: Dr. Gail Harris, 392-3631 ext.
202, 1453 Fifield Hall, PO Box 110680

George F. Weber Award
Eigiility: seniors; outstanding
performance and grades in the study of
plant patrhlogy.
Value: $500 plus a plaque.

Department of Soil & Water
Science

Contact: Dr. K. R. Reddy, 106 Newell
Hall; soils.ifas.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshiListing. asp.


Agronomy-Soils Club/Florida Foundation
Seed Producers Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: members (undergraduate and
graduate) of the Agronomy-Soils Club
majoring in agriculture; based cn
academics and leadership.
Value: $600 each, six awards

Frederick B. Smith Scholarship
Eligibility: soil and water science
students.
Value: $ 5 0 0

Scholarships
Florida Chapter, Soil and Water
Conservation Society Scholarship
Eligibility: student receiving the highest
score at the annual Collegiate
Southeastern Regional Soil Judging
Contest.
Value: $100 and a plaque

Soil and Water Science Department
Outstanding Undergraduate Award
ELigibility: outstanding undergraduate
majoring in soil and water science.
Value: $200

Department of Wildlife Ecology
and Conservation

Contact: Dr. Nat Frazer, Chair, 102
Newins-Ziegler Hall;
frazern@wec.ufl.edu; www.wec.ufl. edu

African Safari Club of Florida
Scholarship
Eligibility: wildlife ecology and
conservation majors, U.S. citizenship,
Florida residency, supportive of sprt
hunting as a valid form of recreation,
interested in a wildlife ecology/
management career, financial need,
academic performance and professional
potential.
Value: $2,500, one award to an upper-
division senior or junior, two to graduate
majors

Jennings Scholarship
Eligibility: incoming students, excellent
academics, professional potential,
financial need, leadership skills and
extracurricular activities
Value: $1,000 to new undergraduates;
$1,500 to new MS students; $2,000 to
new PhD students

School of Forest Resources
and Conservation (SFRC)
Contact: Dr. Rockwood, 361 Newins-
Ziegler Hall, dlr@ifas.ufl.edu;
www.sfrc.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Fcundaticn Web site at:


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www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListinfg.asp.

J. B. Adkins Manorial Scholarship Fund
ELigibility: students enrolled or planning
to enroll in SFRC; must have been
registered at UF for at least 30
semester hours and demonstrated
ability to do college wDrk.
Value: $1,000-$2,000

Louis F. Conde Memorial
Scholarship Fund
ELigihility: students enrolled in SFRC
who have demonstrated a keen interest
in the study and conservation of native
plants.
Value: $1,000

William and Else Jennings
Scholarship Fund
ELigihility: students enrolled in SFRC.
Value: $1,000

La Fontaine Fellowship
Endowment Fund
Eligihlity: students enrolled in SFRC.
Value: at least $2,000

Newins and Ziegler Scholarship Fund
ELigihility: SFRC students with 110
semester hours towards a bachelor's
degree in good academic standing who
have demonstrated leadership ability.
Value: at least $1,000

Don M. Smith Marine Scholarship/
Fellowship Fund
ELigihility: students in the Department of
Fisheries and Aquaculture.
Value: varies

Leigh A. Walker Mmnorial Scholarship
Fund
ELigihility: dedicated, enthusiastic
forestry students who have a breadth of
interests.
Value: $500

Scholarships

Florida Forestry Foundation
Scholarship
ELigibility: new SFRC students; minimum
3.0 GPA and professional potential as
indicated by career objectives, work
experience, and references.
Value: $1,000

Jim and John Lybass Forest Landowners
Scholarship(s)
ELigihility: incoming SFRC
undergraduates; minimum 3.0 GPA in
high school; pre-professional study,
private forest landowner interest;
professional potential, financial need,
and recommendation by the Director to
the Forest Landowners Association.
Value: $1,000

ITT Rayonier Foundation Senior


Scholarship
Eigibility: upcoming seniors in SFRC;
leadership, scholarship, and need.
Value: $2,000

Society of American Foresters, Florida
Division, Senior Student Scholarship
Eligibility: rising SFRC seniors;
participation in SAF Student Chapter,
academics, and professional potential.
Value: $ 5 0 0

Charles Andregg Memorial
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: meritorious undergraduates
in surveying and mapping.
Value: varies

Fred W. and Mabel H. Barber
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: CALS undergraduates.
Value: varies

Florida Surveying and Mapping Society
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: students enrolled in the
geomatics program.
Value: varies

Carl E. Johnson Memorial Fund
Eligibility: upper-division students from
Lee, Hindry, Collier, or Charlotte
counties, in a land-surveying program.
Value: varies

WARRINGTON COLLEGE OF
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Contact: Jennifer L. H. Olson, 267
Stuzin Hall; www.cba.ufl.edu

General College of Business
Administration

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff .ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina. asp.

Buddy Bishop Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: business students with an
interest in the telephone industry
including marketing, preferably with
a parent who works for Alltel Corp.;
based on academics or need.
Value: $750

Wilson O. Boozer, Sr., Memorial
Scholarship
Eligibility: business students;
preference given to finance majors who
plan to pursue a ccmnercial banking


career.
Value: $400

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Etheridge, Jr.,
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: full-time business students
with a 3.25 GPA minimum who have
canpleted at least 24 credit hours of UF
undergraduate coursework; outstanding
academic accomplishment; dedication to
serving UF and/or the Gainesville
community; leadership in community
endeavors; outstanding communication
and interpersonal skills; and
demonstrated financial need; must have
a fall and spring semester of
undergraduate coursework remaining at
the time of applicatin.
Value: $1,000

Sam Calhoun Fleming Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: preferably students from
several counties in Florida, primarily in
the panhandle; Need may be considered.
Value: varies

Florida Realtors Educaticnal Foundaticn
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: students enrolled in degree
programs with a major in real estate or
an expressed interest in real estate
careers.
Value: varies

Donald R. Johnson Memorial
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: management majors
demonstrating financial need and
academic achievement.
Value: $ 4 5 0

Addam Kellough Memorial Scholarship
Eligibility: students in their junior
year in the business college with a
GPA of 3.5 or higher.
Value: varies

Ponsoldt Family Educational Endcwment
Eligibility: business students;
preference to those who have suffered
temporary financial setback (e.g.
Septanber 11, death of parent,
hurricane or other natural disaster) that
has left the student in a state of
financial need (scholarship is not,
however, a need based scholarship as
determined by Student Financial
Affairs); recipient must come from the
geographical area between Fort Pierce
and Miami, on the east coast of Florida,
including but not limited to Martin, St.
Lucie, Palm Beach, Broward, and Dade
counties.
Value: varies

Tcdd C. Prosser Memorial Scholarship
Eligibility: undergraduate or graduate
students; preference to students
graduating from high schools in
Marion County (first), Alachua
County (second) and Lake County
(third). If no possible recipients from


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these three counties preference is
given to any student who graduated
from a Florida high school.
Value: $750

Larson Memorial Scholarship
Eligibility: finance majors or those
planning a career in insurance; selection
is based on financial need and academic
achievement.
Value: $750

John B. McFerrin Scholarship
ELigibility: students displaying academic
excellence and financial need.
Value: $750

Robert L. Rose Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: finance majors who
demonstrate academic excellence and
are permanent U.S. residents.
Value: $750

Robert L. Rose Memorial Scholarship
Eligibility: undergraduate business
students; preference to those studying
insurance; must have financial need, at
least one credit hour of business ethics
and documented community service.
Value: varies

Brent Schlueter Memorial Scholarship
Fund Eligibility: business students
who show academic achievement and
financial need; preference is given to
members of the Delta Sigma Pi
business fraternity, finance majors.
Value: varies

Bill and Patti Alcorn Scholarship
Endownent Eligibility: junior college
transfer students enrolled in the college
who are interested in pursuing a career
in the retail profession or are majors
enrolled in the Fisher School of
Accounting.
Value: varies

Matthew P. Brunson Memorial
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: meritorious students in
undergraduate programs in the
business college.
Value: no less that $1000 per year

Scholarships

Elizabeth and Julius Wohlgemuth
Scholarship
sElgibility: undergraduates in any
business major or accounting; academic
achievement or financial need.
Value: $1,000

Alpha Kappa Psi Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: business administration or
accounting students with extensive
involvement in extracurricular
activities; cumulative GPA of at least
2.5 and minimum 3.0 upper-division
GPA.
Value: varies

BellSouth Undergraduate Scholarships


Eligibility: undergraduate business
students.
Value: varies

Lanzillotti/Poynter Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: juniors or seniors in good
academic standing who have been
admitted as majors in the business or
journalism; must have a demonstrated
interest in a joint major or program of
study involving business and
journalism courses.
Value: varies

Allan L. Lastinger Undergraduate
Scholarship
Eligibility: meritorious undergraduate
business students.
Value: varies

Rafael Lusky Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: undergraduate or graduate
students in the Department of
Economics.
Value: varies

Undergraduate Scholarship and
Internship Fund
Eligibility: marketing students with
financial need.
Value: varies

White Foundation Scholarship
Eligibility: worthy business
undergraduates.
Value: varies

N. Young Student Exchange
Fund supports annual scholarships,
loan for needy students, and an annual
award for the outstanding business
college student assistant.
Eligibility: undergraduate and
graduate students in the college;
based on academic performance.
Value: varies

COLLEGE OF DESIGN
CONSTRUCTION AND PLANNING
Financial aid in the college is divided
among the School of Architecture, the
School of Building Ccnstructicn, and the
programs in Interior Design and
Landscape Architecture. Urban and
Regional Planning, a graduate program,
is described in Chapter 9.

School of Architecture

Contact: Margaret Portillo, Ph. D.,
Chair, 342 Architecture Building;
www.dcp.ufl.edu/interior

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff. ufl.edu/Scholarships/


ScholarshipListing. asp.

Sanford Goin Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: deserving students in
architecture.
Value: varies

Martin Gundersen, Sr., Scholarship
Eligibility: top student entering fourth
year in architecture; recipient chosen
by selection by committee; award is
annual and renewable.
Value: varies

L. C. Holloway Scholarship Fund
Eigibility: students in the college with a
record of excellence.
Value: $3,000

Scholarships
F. Louis Wolff Scholarship
Eligibility: architecture students.
Deadline: spring semester of previous
year
Value: varies

James F. McLean, Jr., Memorial
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: architecture students.
Value: varies

Loans
Florida Architectural Guild Loan Fund
Eligibility: architecture majors.
Value: $500

Rudolph Weaver Student Loan Fund
Eligibility: architecture majors.
Value: $500

School of Building Construction
(BCN)
Contact: Dr. Abdol Chini, 304 Rinker
Hall; www.bcn.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing.asp.

H. H. Block Construction
Education Fund
Eligibility nominated upper-division
students in the M.E. Rinker Sr. School of
Building Construction with a minimum
2.0 GPA; should be involved in non-
academic, department-oriented
activities, demonstrate a high standard
of personal integrity and ethics, and
show concern for the education and
development of fellow students.
Value: $1,200

Central Florida Builders' Exchange
Frank W. Reed Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: upper-division and graduate


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students enrolled in the college who are
Florida natives, preferably from
Orange, Seminole or Osceola counties;
minimum 2.5 GPA and demonstrated
financial need.
Value: Foote Steel $1,000; Hubbard
Construction $1,000; Jack Jennings &
Sons $2,000; Tri-City Electrical
$1,000; R. C. Stevens Construction
$1,000; Walker & Company $2,000

Clark Construction Group Fund
eligibility: undergraduate and graduate
students in the M. E. Rinker, Sr., School
of Building Construction with a primary
interest in construction management;
mist be a U.S. citizen and junior I level
or higher; academic merit and financial
need; leadership or extra-curricular
activities may be considered.
Value: $1,500

James A. Cummings Inc.
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: BCN students from (in
priority) Broward county, Dade or
Palm Beach counties or anywhere in
Florida; must have at least a 2.75
GPA and communicate well in writing.
Value: $2,000

Laborers Internaticnal Unicn of N.
America (LIUNA) Arthur Coia and R. P.
Vinall Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: BCN majors in this order of
preference: 1) union members eligible
for benefits from LrUTNA or dependents
of such persons; 2) students within all
academic units of the college who are
members or dependents of members of
LIUNA; 3) undergraduates within the
college, with preference to BCN-enrolled
students.
Value: $2,500

Ronald Vincent Tadrowski
Scholarship Fund
Migibility: BCN students, preferably
from the Treasure Coast area (St.
Lucie, Martin, and Indian River
counties), showing evidence of financial
need; second preference for any Florida
resident showing financial need.
Value: varies

Ida Rogero Childre Fellowship and
Assistantship Fund in Affordable Housing
Migibility: students whose studies are in
affordable housing or related to the
Center for Affordable Housing.
Value: varies

Scholarships

Frye General Contracting Scholarship
Eligibility: junior 1, junior 2, senior 1,
senior 2, and graduate students;
minimum 2.9 GPA; involvement in at
least one BCN society or club; students
who excelled in at least one structural
engineering course, or graduate student
who produced an exceptional capstone


project.
Value: $1,000 each

National Association of Home Builders
Eigibility: upper-division BCN students
interested in a hone-building career;
awarded by semester if academic
average is sustained; no students who
previously received the award.
Value: varies

David E. Pitts Mlnorial Scholarship
Fund, Inc.
Eigibhlity: BCN juniors and seniors;
preference to students from Brevard,
Orange, Seminole,
or Osceola counties; academics.
Value: $1,000

Retail Contractors Association
Scholarship
eligibility: junior 1, junior 2, senior 1,
and senior 2 students; 3.0 GPA in BCN;
interest in pursuing a career in
commercial construction.
Value: $1,500 each

Rinker Awards
Eigibility: BCN juniors, seniors, and
graduate students; financial need.
Value: $1,000

Anthony Section Memorial Scholarship
Eigibility: for information cn this
endowed scholarship, go to
www.uff .uf 1.edu.
Value: $1,500

Building Constructicn General
Scholarship
Eligibility: BCN students with financial
need.
Value: varies

Department of Interior Design

Contact: Anthony J. Dasta, Interim
Chair, 331 Architecture Building;
www.arch.ufl.edu/interior

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundaticn Web site at:
www.uff.uf edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina.asp.

Barbara A. and John M. Cirino
Scholarship Fund
Eigibhlity: majors in interior design or
facilities management who, because of
their financial situations, cculd not
otherwise attend UF; must carry a
minimum of 12 credit hours and
maintain a 2.6 GPA; incoming freshmen
and sophomores must submit a one-
page, single-spaced, typewritten
ccmmunication describing their interest
in studying interior design.
Value: $1,000 per semester


Robert F. Smith Scholarship Endowment
eligibility: deserving 3rd- or 4th-year
interior design undergraduates who
demonstrate academic excellence,
leadership qualities, camnunity service,
and professional attitude.
Value: varies

Interior Design Scholarship
Eligibility: entering freshman,
sophomores, and upper-division
majors; academic performance and
financial need; portfolio awards
require students to submit a complete
project from an interior design studio
course.
Value: varies

Portfolio Awards
Most portfolio awards require
submission of a complete project from
an interior design studio course.
Portfolio Awards are made each spring
at the college awards ceremony and
require submission of a project from
an interior design studio course.

Gini Pettus Portfolio Award
Award given to sophomores, juniors,
and seniors for the outstanding
incorporation of significant art in the
interior designed in classes.
Eligibility: enrollment in IND 2214,
3216, and 4226.
Value: awards range from
$500-$1,500

Department of Landscape
Architecture

Contact: Robert Grist, Associate
Professor, 336 Architecture
Building; web.dcp.ufl .edu/landscape

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing.asp.

Central Florida Builders' Exchange Frank
W. Reed Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: upper-division and graduate
students enrolled in the college who are
Florida natives, preferably from
Orange, Seminole or Osceola counties;
must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and
demonstrate financial need.
Value: $1,000

Steven C. Crebbin Memorial Award
eligibility: worthy undergraduates
pursuing a degree in landscape
architecture; must have financial need,
at least one credit hour of business
ethics and documented community
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graduated from a high school in Monroe
or South Dade Ccunty, Fla.
Value: $1,000

Howard Sebold/Herrick H. Smith
Fellowship in Landscape Architecture
Eligibility: this award recognizes
leadership, scholarship, and potential
professional distinction.
Value: $1,000

Scholarships

American Society of Landscape
Architects Florida Chapter
Eligibility: students in professional
studies.
Value: $1,000

American Society of Landscape
Architects Jacksonville Section Annual
Award
Eligibility: graduates from high schools
in Northeast Florida.
Value: $1,000

Anerican Society of Landscape Architects
National Scholarships Honor and Marit
Awards
Ei~A lity: excellence as determined by long-
term departmental standards; recipients
represent UF in this national program.
Value: no cash award

Foster Conant Award
IMde possible by the Central Florida
Builders Exchange/Frank Reed Endowed
Fund
Eligibility: excellence in detail design and
a GPA of 2.5 or better.
Value: $1,000

Faculty/EDSA Scholarship Award
Eligibility: service and contribution
beyond demonstrated academic and
technical abilities; especially activities
cn behalf of societal well-being,
professional enhancement, and inter-
professional understanding.
Value: $1,000

Gilkey Pin-Up Award
Eligibility: best second-year student pin-
up.
Value: $ 2 0 0

Gilkey Planting Design Award
Eligibility: best third-year student
planting design project.
Value: $300

Gilkey Fourth-Year Student
Professional Award
Eligibility: character and dedication of a
fourth-year student who has love of and
ccmnitment to the profession.
Value: $ 4 0 0

Gilkey Fifth-Year Student
Professional Award
Eligibility: character and dedication of a
fifth-year student who has demonstrated
love of and ccmnitment to the
profession.


Value: $ 2 0 0

Rain Bird Corp. Award
Eligibility: accomplishments in water
conservation through irrigation design.
Value: $1,000

Landscape Architecture Student
Award Fund
Eligibility: entering freshman,
sophomores, and upper-division students
studying landscape architecture;
financial need and academic performance.
Value: $1,000

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Contact: Stephanie Osteen,
Coordinator, Office of Student
Services, G-416 Norman, (352) 392-
0721, ext 400; www.coe.ufl.edu
For all College of Educaticn
scholarships, the application should
include two letters of recommendation
from departmental faculty, a typed
(double space) one-page letter outlining
educational qualifications, work
experience, teaching experience,
leadership positions held, professional
activities, and goals. The application
deadline is February 28 unless
otherwise indicated.

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.uf l.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing.asp.

Dr. Frank C. Bolser Manorial
Scholarship
Eligibiity: full-time students who plan to
teach mathematics at the middle or
secondary level.
Value: $1,000, available fall

Vernice Law Hearn Scholarship
Eligibtlit full-time PROIEACH juniors,
seniors or graduate students in unified
early childhccd, elEaentary, or special
education.
Value: two $1,500 awards, available fall
term

Charles A. and Alma A. Hoffman
Scholarship
Eligibility: full-time-students with
financial need who plan to teach
mathematics at the middle or secondary
level.
Value: $2,000 scholarship, available fall
term

Elizabeth E. Larsen Graduate Memorial
Scholarship
Eligibility: full-time PROTEACH seniors
or graduate students in unified early


childhood, elanentary, or special
education.
Value: $2,500, ten scholarships,
available fall

Elizabeth and William F. Leonard
Endowment Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: students specializing in
mathematics or science education.
Value: up to $2,000, two awards,
available fall

William T. Phelps Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: students pursuing a degree in
elementary education.
Deadline: February 15, 2004
Value: two $2,500 awards, available
fall term

John W. Martin and Annie Mae Martin
Phillips Scholarship Fund
eligibility: full-time juniors, seniors,
post-baccalaureate or graduate students
in the college; first preference to
applicants who attended high-school in
Alachua County, Florida; must
demonstrate financial need.
Value: ten $2,500 scholarships,
available fall

Ralph D. Turlington Scholarship and
Fellowship Fund
Eligibility: students in the college.
Value: $5,000, available fall term

Jessie Hamm Meyer Scholarship
Eligibility: students in combined
programs; first preference to those
who plan to teach gifted students.
Value: varies

Lieutenant Randy Norris, Jr.,
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: graduates of P. K. Yonge
Laboratory School, preferably a
student seeking a career in law
enforcement or a student enrolling in
the College of Education.
Value: varies

Scholarships

Alumni Scholarship
Eligibility: students in the college;
admission to or full-time enrollment in
a graduate or undergraduate program
in the college.
Value: $2,000, available fall term

Kappa Delta Pi Educational Foundation
Scholarships
Contact: applications available online at
http:www.kdp.ora/ and send by e-mail
to Margo at Margo@kdp.org or call 1-
800-284-3167. See Chapter 9 for more
information.

Lancaster Scholarship
Eligibility: undergraduates admitted to a
professional teacher education program
in the college; adnissicn to or full-time
enrollment in the college.
Value: $1,000, one scholarship, fall
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Dr. Vincent McGuire Scholarship
Eligibility: first preference to
undergraduates majoring in English with
a minor in secondary education and
second preference to graduate students
in the English education program in the
college; must demonstrate financial
need.
Deadline: February 15, 2004
Value: $500, one scholarship, available
fall

Margaret Rosenberger Annual Award
Eligibility: undergraduate or graduate
students in the college; adnissicn to or
full-time enrollment in an undergraduate
or graduate program in the college.
Value: $500, one scholarship, available
fall

Mary Bradshaw Wood Award
Eligibility: undergraduate students in the
college; adnissicn to or full-time
enrollment in an undergraduate program
in the college; must demonstrate
financial need.
Deadline: February 15, 2004
Value: $500, one scholarship, available
fall

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

General College of Engineering
Contact: Dr. Jonathan F. K. Earle, 312
Well Hall
Check with the Associate Dean for
Student Affairs; Chairman, College of
Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship
Committee, or your departmental
undergraduate coordinator for more
information about the following aid.

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.uf l.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing.asp.

Henry Bauch Scholarships
Eligibility: juniors or seniors majoring in
engineering; academic achievement and
financial need.
Value: $1,000; may vary, multiple
awards.

Robert A. Bryan Scholarship
Eligibility: electrical or materials
engineering undergraduates; academic
achievement and financial need.
Value: $1,000

Wayne H. Chen Endowed Memorial
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: engineering majors; primarily
based on academic achievement and
leadership; financial need is also


considered.
Value: $1,000

John W. and Mittie Collins Engineering
Scholarship and Fellcwship Fund
ELigibility: students in the college.
Value: $1,000

Co-op Student Assistance Endowed Fund
ELigibility: undergraduates who have
demonstrated financial need, have been
accepted to the College of Engineering
co-op program and are not a member of
a social fraternity; award to help in
paying fees and purchasing books and
supplies.
Value: $1,000, toward fees, books, and
supplies

Cunningham Scholarship Endowment
ELigibility: undergraduate engineering
students with demonstrated financial
need.
Value: $1,000

Philip D. and Mary Ann Estridge
Scholarship Fund
ELigihility: U.S. citizens with a strong
liberal arts background, preferably with
an interest in music, literature, and
drama (interests of the Estridges);
recipients chosen by the dean of the
College; selection based on academic
achievement and financial need.
Value: $1,000

Guy C. Fulton Scholarship in Engineering
Fund
ELigibility: second-year undergraduates
planning to major in engineering;
awarded at the end of the second year.
Value: $1,000

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Godron Engineering
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: engineering majors; academic
achievement and financial need.
Value: $1,000

Inez Culp Goodrum Scholarship Fund
Eigibility: students in the college who
demonstrate financial need and are U.S.
citizens.
Value: $1,000

Thomas O. Hunter Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: undergraduate and entering
students; emphasis is given to those
with demonstrated leadership,
economic need, and academic
excellence; preference is given to
graduates of Putnam County high
schools.
Value: $1,000

Lockheed Martin Student Support
Program Fund
Eligibility: engineering
undergraduates.
Value: $1,000

John E. Morton Award
Eligibility: full-time undergraduate
electrical engineering students who are


U.S. citizens.
Value: $5,000

P. M. Pope Scholarship Fund
ELigibility: juniors or seniors in the
college; academic achievement and
financial need.
Value: $1,000

Annie C. Pound Scholarship in
Engineering Fund
Eligibility: juniors and seniors in the
college, academic achievement, and
financial need.
Value: $1,000, may vary; several
awards

C. A. Pound, Jr., Fund in Engineering
Eligibility: engineering students;
based on standardized test scores (as
applicable), GPA, academic and other
accomplishments, leadership and
related activities, experience (such
as employment and military service),
students' area of interest, economic
need, creative ability, and student's
ability to successfully complete all
scholastic requirements.
Value: $1,000, several awards

Selling Scholarship Endowment Fund
Eligibility: engineering students; based
on standardized test scores (as
applicable), GPA, academic and other
accomplishments, leadership and related
activities, experience (such as
employment and military service),
students' area of interest, economic
need, creative ability, and student's
ability to successfully ccnplete all
scholastic requirements.
Value: $1,000

Wheat Engineering Fund
Eligibility: all engineering majors; based
on academic achievement and financial
need.
Value: $1,000

Joseph W. Wunsch Scholarship Fund
ELigibility: all engineering majors,
academic achievement and financial need.
Value: $1,000

Scholarships

Camp, Dresser, & McKee Scholarship
Eligibility: upper-division chemical
engineering students with interest in
hydraulics, water resources, or coastal
engineering; Florida residency; 2.75
GPA; full-time (12 credit hours);
financial need.
Value: $1,000

Engineering Dean's Scholarship
ELigibility: engineering juniors or
seniors; academic achievements and
need.
Value: $1,000

Fernandez Scholarship
ELigibility: undergraduate engineering


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majors from Lee County; financial need.
Value: $1,000

Florida Engineering Society Scholarship
Eligibility: applicants should contact the
Florida Engineering Society in the fall to
apply for this tuition scholarship;
juniors in engineering.
Value: $1,500

General Engineering Scholarship
Eligibility: all engineering majors;
academic achievement and financial
need.
Value: $1,000

Donna and John Hancock Scholarship
ELigibility: engineering juniors or
seniors; U.S. citizenship and Florida
residency; academic achievement;
financial need.
Value: $500

Henter-Joyce Scholarship
ELigihility: engineering majors; blind or
visually impaired students.
Value: $1,000

Kraft Foods Scholarship
ELigibility: chanical engineering juniors
and seniors.
Value: $1,000

L. C. Paslay Scholarships
ELigibility: all engineering majors;
academic achievement and financial
need.
Value: $1,000, may vary; several
awards

Professional Engineering
Consultants Scholarships
ELigibility: civil or environmental
engineering juniors and seniors;
acadanics; financial need.
Value: $1, 000

Smith and Gillespie Scholarships
Eligibility: civil, environmental, or
electrical engineering juniors and
seniors; academic achievement;
financial need.
Value: $1,000, may vary

Society of Automotive Engineers
Scholarship
Eligibility: incoming freshmen planning
to major in any discipline in the college.
Value: $1,000

TARR Scholarship
Eligibility: undergraduate women and
students with disabilities majoring in
engineering.
Value: $1,000

John L. andMarie C. Traina Scholarship
ELigibility: engineering majors.
Value: $1,000

Loans

The following loan funds administered by
the Office for Student Financial Affairs


offer short-term loans to engineering
students. The amount of these loans
varies according to students' need and
eligibility:
A. A. Murphree Loan Fund
Anna A. Well Loan Fund
Benton Engineering Loan Fund
Earle P. Phelps Loan Fund
IEEE, William F. Fagen Loan Fund
Irene H. Steinman Loan Fund
John J. Tigert Loan Fund
Joseph Well Loan Fund
Murphree Engineering Loan Fund
Robert Tyrie Benton Loan Fund
William L. Sawyer Loan Fund

Department of Agricultural &
Biological Engineering

Contact: Dr. James D. Leary,
115 Rogers Hall; www.acen.ufl.edu/
See College of Agriculture and Life
Sciences.

Department of Chemical
Engineering

Contact: Dr. Spyros A. Suoronos,
219 Chemical Engineering Building;
www.che.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing. asp.

John C. Biery Memorial Scholarships
Eligibility: students whose area of
ccncentraticn is chanical engineering.
Value: $200-$500, several awards

Proctor & Gamble Chemical Engineering
Scholarship Fund
Sponsored by various industrial
companies.
Eligibility: chemical engineering
students; based on academic
achievanent and financial need.
Value: $100-$1,000

Scholarships

Camp, Dresser, & McKee Scholarship
Eligibility: upper-division chemical
engineering students interested in water
resources, hydraulics, or coastal
engineering; full-time enrollment;
Florida residency; 2.75 GPA; financial
need.
Value: $1,000

Chemical Engineering Alurni
Scholarships


Eligibility: juniors and seniors in
chemical engineering; financial need;
achievement.
Value: $200-$500, several awards

T. M. Reed, III, Manorial Scholarship
Eligibility: seniors in chemical
engineering; scholarship; residency
restrictions.
Value: $200-$500

Department of Civil & Coastal
Engineering (CE)
Contact: Dr. Joseph Tedesco,
Chairman, Attn. Nell Hinkle, 365 Weil
Hall; www.ce.ufl.edu
Scholarships and loans listed are
restricted to departmental majors
who are U.S. citizens or permanent
residents. Most awards are for
Florida residents.

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing,.asp.

Crom Corporation Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: undergraduate civil
engineering students.
Value: $1,000 per year

H. H. Edwards Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: students in the last three
terms in civil engineering, preferably
studying structural concrete; strong
interest in restressed concrete.
Value: $ 6 0 0

Keith and Schnars, P.A., Annual
Scholarship Endowment
Eligibility: full-time juniors or seniors
pursuing a bachelor's degree in civil
engineering or gecmatics; based on
financial need and academic standing,
with a 2.5 GPA minimum required'
selection favors applicants
demonstrating potential for professional
achievement, high character, and
integrity.
Value: varies

Florida Surveying and Mapping Society
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: students enrolled in the
geomatics program in the department.
Value: $500, four awards

Carl E. Johnson Memorial Fund
Eligibility: upper-divisicn students in a
land-surveying program, from Lee,
Hindry, Collier,
or Charlotte counties.
Value: tuiticn and fees

Adison Franklin Marshall Scholarship in


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Civil Engineering Fund
Eligibility: civil engineering majors;
based cn financial need and academics.
Value: $2,000 per year

William E. Poole Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: civil engineering students
who are Florida high school graduates
and residents; financial need and
educational standing.
Value: $1,850 per year

Scholarships
Civil Engineering Award
Mirgibility: civil engineering students
who are Florida residents; financial
need.
Value: $100-$1,000

Class of '59 Civil Engineering
Scholarship
eligibility: civil engineering students;
good academic standing; financial need.
Value: $1,600

Design Build Institute of America
Scholarship
Eligibility: CE students interested in
design build; financial need.
Value: varies

Jones Edmunds Scholarship
7igibility: CE students interested in
hydraulics; financial need; good
academic standing.
Value: $1,000

Florida Business Roundtable Scholarship
eligibility: CE students interested in
construction; 2.5 GPA; financial need.
Value: $2,500 per year, two awards

Florida Road Builders Scholarship
eligibility: civil engineering students;
academics; financial need.
Value: varies

Florida Section Institute of Traffic
Engineering Scholarship
Eligibility: CE majors with interest in
transportation; U.S. citizens; 2.7 GPA;
transfer students considered.
Value: $750, three awards

Florida Rock Industries, Inc.,
Scholarship
eligibility: juniors and seniors pursuing
a BSCE; U.S. citizens or permanent
residents of Florida; better than average
academic performance; preferably, with
an interest in Florida Rock industries
activities.
Value: $1,750, one award; student must
agree to repay at convenience, without
interest

Kevin Frank Memorial Scholarship
Eligibility: CE students in hydraulics;
Florida residents; good moral character;
3.0 GPA.
Value: $1,000

Miller Legg Scholarship


Eligibility: CE juniors and seniors;
interested in consulting engineering
career; Florida residents.
Value: $ 5 0 0

Miller Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: civil engineering student with
financial need frma northeast Florida.
Value: $1,000, two awards

Dallas Montgomery Memorial
Scholarship
Eligibility: upper-division CE students
from Polk County area; 2.0 GPA;
financial need.
Value: $500-$1,000, one award

W. Austin Smith and Wylie W. Gillespie
Scholarships
See listing in General College of
Engineering.

Tankersley Scholarship
Eligibility: upper-division
undergraduates pursuing a BSCE;
financial need and educational standing;
minimum 2.75 GPA upon award and
must maintain while receiving the
scholarship; for students who will
continue their formal undergraduate
education full-time.
Value: $1,805, one award

URS Corporation Scholarship
Eligibility: CE undergraduates or
graduate students; bright but needy,
interested in consulting engineering as a
career; Florida residents, preferably
frcm Tampa Bay area; active in student
activities/professicnal societies such as
ASCE and FES.
Value: $1,000, one award

Vogel Foundation Scholarship
Eligibility: civil engineering students;
construction emphasis; financial need.
Value: $ 9 0 0

Department of Electrical &
Computer Engineering

Contact: Dr. Rob Fox 216 Larsen Hall;
www.ece.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing.asp.
The department of Electrical and
Computer Engineering awards
scholarships to undergraduates who
have completed at least one term at
UF. Applications are accepted in
December and January for the fall
and spring semesters.

Wayne H. Chen Endowed Memorial


Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: outstanding juniors or seniors
in electrical and computer engineering
who are U.S. citizens.
Value: $300

Matthew Martin Memolo Memorial
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: outstanding juniors or seniors
in electrical and computer engineering
who are U.S. citizens.
Value: varies

James E. Dykes Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: students in electrical and
computer engineering.
Value: $1,500

Bucket Milikin Electrical Engineering
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: undergraduates in electrical
engineering who are residents of
Florida; preference to students who are
at least partially supporting themselves
through part-time jobs, cooperative
education, or internships.
Value: $1,500; two awards

Ralph Sias Scholarship
Eligibility: meritorious juniors or
seniors in Electrical and Ccmputer
Engineering who are Fla. high school
graduates.
Value: $1,000

Scholarships
Electrical Engineering Faculty/
Staff Scholarship
Eligiility: senior in electrical engineer
ing with academic achievement and need.
Value: $1,000 minimum

M. J. Larsen Award
Eligibility: outstanding seniors in
electrical and computer engineering,
who plan to attend graduate school.
Value: $1,000

N. E. Rosier Memorial Award
Eligibility: students in electrical and
computer engineering.
Value: $300

Cyrille and Joseph Weil Award
Eligibility: students in electrical and

VaTOutej ?ineering.


Department of Environmental

Engineering Sciences


Contact: Gabriel Bitton, 359 New
Engineering Building; www.ees.ufl.edu
UF Endowed Scholarships

and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by


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the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing. asp.

Florida Environmental Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: Florida high school graduates
and Florida residents who are
environmental engineering sciences
undergraduates; based on need and
scholarship.
Value: varies

Scholarships

Boeing Scholarship
Eligibility: undergraduate or graduate
students.
Deadline: January 16
Value: $3,000-$4,000

CDM Scholarship
Eligibility: undergraduate students
Deadline: November 13
Value: $1,500

Environmental Alumni Scholarship
Includes the Poekert Award.
Eligibility: environmental engineering
sciences
students; service to the EES
department or
College of Engineering.
Value: $300, up to three awards

Department of Industrial and
Systems Engineering

Contact: Academic Coordinator Michael
Funk, 303 Weil Hall; www.ise.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing.asp.

Leavenworth/McClaskey Undergraduate
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: undergraduate industrial and
systems engineering students.
Value: $1,000

Department of Materials
Science & Engineering
Contact: Jennifer Horton,
108 Rhines Hall
In addition to scholarships listed here,
the department often awards
employment to students to provide an
opportunity to work on research
projects in their area of specialization.
Scholarships listed belcw are for
students who have applied to or are
enrolled in materials science and
engineering.


UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.uf l.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing.asp.

Robert David Adamson Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: full-time undergraduate
students in materials science and
engineering; minimum 3.0 GPA; U.S.
citizen or permanent resident.
Value: $ 5 00

Vladimir Grodsky Memorial
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: sophomores, juniors, and
seniors who show academic
achievement and financial need.
Value: $250-$1,000; six awards

F. N. Rhines & W. R. Tarr
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: materials science and
engineering seniors; based on
academic achievement.
Value: varies up to $2,500

Scholarships

Engineering Research Center (ERC)
for Particle Science & Technology
Undergraduate Scholarship
Eligibility: exceptional students with a
3.0 GPA conducting research related
to particle science and technology;
ERC also offers a research award for
undergraduates, and undergraduate
and graduate student jobs.
Value: $500-2,000 per semester

Robert E. Reed-Hill Scholarship
eligibility: full-time materials science
and engineering students; minimum 3.0
GPA;
must be U.S. citizens or permanent
residents.
Value: $600

Department of Mechanical and
Aerospace Engineering

Contact: Salena Robinson,
226 MAE-A; uc@mae.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.uf l.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing.asp.

John B. Boy/U.S. Sugar Corp.
Endowed Scholarship in Mechanical
Engineering Fund


Eligibility: juniors and seniors in
mechanical engineering who
demonstrate financial need and are
U.S. citizens and Florida residents;
minimum 2.6 GPA.
Deadlines: February 1
Value: $1,000-$2,300 (two
semesters); recipients will be
offered cooperative employment in
fall and spring; job opportunities are
available with the U.S. Sugar Corp.
after graduation

Fyfe Family Scholarship Fund

Eligibility: junior or senior mechanical
engineering students demonstrating
financial need; preference is given to
students from northwest Florida,
especially Bay County.
Deadlines: February 1
Value: $1,000-$2,300 (two semesters
total)

Scholarships

Hargrave Memorial Fund
eligibility: mechanical engineering
students; outstanding scholarship; scme
scholarships require evidence of
financial need, U.S. citizenship, and/or
Florida residency.
Deadlines: February 1
Value: $1,000-$2,300 (two semesters)

Department of Nuclear &
Radiological Engineering
Contact: Prof. James S. Tulenko, 202
NSC; www.nuceng.ufl.edu

American Nuclear Society Nuclear
Engineering Scholarship
Eligibility: sophomore, junior, and
senior members of the society.
Value: up to $3,000 each, 25 awards

American Nuclear Society
Scholarship, Florida Section
Eligibility: nuclear engineering
students; must be U.S. citizens or
permanent residents; academic
standing, financial need, and society
activities.
Value: up to $500

National Academy for Nuclear
Training Scholarships
Eigibility: sophomores, juniors, and
seniors with excellent (3.0 GPA or
better) academic records and potential
for a career in nuclear utility industry;
must be a U.S. citizen.
Value: $2,250 (applications due
January)

Nelson R. Griesheimer Scholarship
Eigibility: nuclear and radiological
engineering juniors and seniors.
Value: $100-$300
G. J. Schoessow Scholarships
Eligibility: nuclear and radiological
engineering juniors and seniors with
strong interest in nuclear power;


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participation in student American
Nuclear Society/Health Physics Society
and financial need may also be
considered; must be a U.S. citizen.
Value: up to $500 each (three or more)

U.S. Department of Energy Nuclear
Engineering Scholarship
eligibility: sophomores, juniors, and
seniors with excellent academic records
(GPA above 3.0) and potential for a
career in the nuclear industry;
applications due in January.
Value: $2,000 each, 30 awards

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS

Contact: Office of the Dean, 101 Fine
Arts Building A; www.arts.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing.asp.

Chastain Endcwment for UF Students at
the New World School of the Arts
Eligibility: UF juniors or seniors
enrolled in the New World School of
the Arts in Miami, Florida.
Value: $2,000

James J. Rizzi Scholarship
Eligibility: Department of Art students.
Value: $2,000

Carolyn A. Novogrodsky Memorial
Award for Artistic Pursuits
Eligibility: graduating seniors in Studio
Arts who have demonstrated desire to
use art to promote positive social
change.
Value: $1,000 minimum award amount
Scholarships

Fernandez Family Scholarship/New
World School of the Arts
Contact: Lourdes L. Werner, (305)
237-3472
Eligibility: full-time, upper-division
UF students at NWSA; talent and a 3.0
GPA.
Value: $1,000, five awards annually

Gerson/New World School of the Arts
Scholarship
Contact: Lourdes L. Werner, (305)
237-3472
Eligibility: artistic talent.
Value: tuition for upper-division NWSA
registration

New World School of the Arts
Scholarship
Contact: Lourdes L. Werner, (305)
237-3472
Eligibility: artistic talent.


Value: varies

School of Art and Art History
Contact: Director, School of Art and Art
History, 101 Fine Arts Building C, P. O.
Box 115801; www.arts.ufl.edu/
The school offers several cash awards.
Contact the school adviser for
information.

Dennis and Colette Campay Studio
Art Scholarship
Eligibility: studio art students in the
School of Art and Art History.
Value: varies
E. Robert Langley Scholarship Fund
eligibility: students in the Department of
Art for internships at the Ham Museum.
Value: varies

Scholarships
Ahrens Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: art and art history juniors
who are majoring in painting.
Value: varies

Amy Nicole DeGrove Memorial
Scholarship
Eligibility: incoming freshmen or
advancing juniors in the School of Art
and Art History; artistic and academic
ability.
Value: varies

School of Music

Contact: Mutlu G. Citim-Kepic,
Director of Music Admissions, 130
Music Building;
www.arts.uf l.edu/music/index.html
All scholarships listed, except for the Band
scholarships, the Mark Stoughton
Scholarship and loans, are restricted to
music majors. Scholarship recipients must
perform in their area to the satisfaction of
the School of MLsic faculty, maintain
satisfactory progress toward a degree,
perform in ensembles as needed,
successfully carplete the requirements for
recital attendance, and not be on
academic probation. Students interested in
band scholarships should apply to the
Director of Bands for information.

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff .ufl. edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListincg.asp.

James Glenn Connor Choral Music
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: rising junior music majors
who are members in good standing of
School of Music choral ensembles;
based on academics, musical
achievement, and service to choral


activities.
Value: varies; awarded only once to a
recipient

Beatrice Fairing Music Scholarship
Eligibility: students in the School of
Music.
Value: varies

Elizabeth E. Larsen Music
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: music undergraduates,
preferably strings.
Value: varies

Velma Lykes Music Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: music students with
minimum 3.0 GPA who demonstrate
financial need; preference toward
students specializing in violin.
Value: $2,000

Edith P. Pitts Music Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: nominated by faculty
members; must be 3FA or higher,
have minimum 3.0 GPA, academic
excellence, be an outstanding
performer, and be recognized for
having assumed a leadership role in
department of Music or College of
Fine Arts activities.
Value: $500-$1,500, one to five
awards

Dorothy Reaves String Scholarship Fund
Eligitlity: string instrument students in
good academic standing; leadership in
department performing; record of
musical service to university and
community; demonstrated excellence in
performance and/or Music Education.
Value: $500

Frances Millikan Reitz Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: outstanding undergraduates
with a minimum 3.5 GPA who
demonstrate excellence in performance,
promise of development and musical
service to university or ccamunity;
chosen by faculty.
Value: $500-$1,500 per recipient

Mark Stoughton Band Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: UF band members.
Value: varies

George W. Tedder, Jr., and Susan Heald
Tedder Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: outstanding graduate students
in choral music or voice, and
outstanding undergraduate students in
voice.
Value: varies

James W. Van Horn Music Fund
Eligibility: undergraduates or graduate
students working on a master's degree
or Ph.D. in Music with proficiency in
chorale singing, composing and/or
conducting; undergraduate awards to
seniors based on performance in junior
year; must demonstrate financial need.
Value: varies


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Carltcn Whitman Memorial Music Fund
Eligibility: School of Music students.
Value: varies

Scholarships

Russell L. Danburg Scholarship
ELigibility: Students in the School of
Music
Value: varies

Brian Gindy Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: band librarian.
Value: varies

Band Scholarships
Contact: Director of Bands, 106 MUB
Eligibility: performance in the
symphonic band or wind ensemble;
audition; recipients must perform at
scheduled events.
Value: varies

Friends of Music/Out-of-State Tuition
Waivers
Eligibility: incoming freshmen and
transfers.
Value: varies

A. Didier Graeffe Scholarship
Contact: Dr. James P. Sain, Coordinator
of Theory and Ccmposition
Eligibility: music majors chosen by
faculty; financial need; prefer
canposition students.
Value: $1,500

Arikka Gregory Scholarship
Eligibility: rising female senior who is
a Florida resident who has
demonstrated excellence in the area
of vocal performance, along with
potential for and interest in further
study in performance; chosen by full
faculty.
Value: $1,000 annually

Presser Scholarship
Eligibility: outstanding rising music
seniors; based on merit; chosen by full
faculty.
Value: varies

Loans
Couse Gator Band Loan Fund
One-semester loans; possible three-
month extension with endorser.
Eligibility: music students.
Value: varies; 8% interest

Claude C. Murphree Memorial
Loan Fund
Contact: Mr. Willis Bodine.
Eligibility: students studying organ.
Value: short-term 12% loans, $200
limit

Sigma Alpha Iota Fund
Contact fraternity for eligibility and
value.

Carlton F. Whitman Memorial
Loan Fund
Long- and short-term, 4% loans.


Eligibility: music students.
Value: $150-$200 (some exceptions)

School of Theatre & Dance
Contact: Linda Brown, PO Box 11500,
233 Nadine McGuire Pavilion;
www.arts.ufl.edu/theatreanddance

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff .uf edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListinr. asip.

Lawrence Baynard Hubbell Scholarship
Fund in Theatre Studies
Eligibility: undergraduates or graduate
students majoring in theater
performance or production or with a
primary interest in writing dramas or
screenplays; must have a minimum 3.2
GPA.
Value: $1,000

Ethel L. Ingraham Theatre
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: outstanding production,
performance or dance undergraduate
and graduate students.
Value: two awards per year

John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
Endowment for the New
World School of the Arts
Eligibility: upper-division or graduate
theatre students; outstanding
contributions and excellence in the
classroom and in production;
enrollment in the New World School of
the Arts; financial need, at least one
credit hour of business ethics, and
documented community service.
Value: varies

Jim Richardson Memorial Theatre
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: upper-division or graduate
theatre students; outstanding
contributions and excellence in the
classroom and in production.
Value: $1,000 once per year

Mark W. Stoughton Theatre
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: upper-division,
undergraduate theater or dance
students who demonstrate outstanding
artistic potential.
Value: $500, varies

Lina W. Wilson Musical Theatre
Scholarships
Eligibility: musical theatre students.
Value: varies

Scholarships
Willard Brask Scholarship


Eligibility: outstanding musical
theatre students.
Value: varies

H. P. Constans Scholarship
Eligibility: incoming theatre students
in Summer Repertory; outstanding
contribution and excellence in
classroom and production work.
Value: $500, three awards

Theater and Dance Scholarship
Eligibility: outstanding departmental
students.
Value: $500, two awards

COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND
HUMAN PERFORMANCE
(HHP)

Contact: Scholarship Chair, 200
Florida Gym, www.hhp.ufl.edu
UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff .ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina. asp.

Dr. Robert E. Allen, Dr. Owen J. Holyoak
and Dr. Paul R. Varnes Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: undergraduates in any HHP
department with 24 credit hours in the
college and a 3.0 minimum upper-
division GPA; preference to students
who have made a significant
contribution to society through
volunteer work or military service
and are within two semesters of
graduation.
Value: varies

Danny Eggart Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: undergraduates enrolled in
HHP who are graduates of a Florida
high school with preference to
students from the Pensacola area.
Value: $500

William M. Potter/M. B. Chafin
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: undergraduate HHP
students who enjoy and actively
participating in tennis.
Value: $500

Scholarships
Charles W. Fessler, Sr., and Miriam A.
Fessler Scholarship
Value: $ 5 0 0

Department of Exercise and
Sport Sciences
www.hhp.ufl.edu/ess/pDaes/mainprot
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UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing.asp.
Norma M. Leavitt Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: exercise science seniors
and graduate students preparing for
professional teaching careers with an
emphasis in physical education.
Value: $500, two awards

Herman W. Schnell Memorial
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: well-rounded
undergraduate and graduate students
who demonstrate scholarship,
leadership, and skill in physical
activities.
Value: $500, plus resume value from
the prestige of the Schnell name

B. K. & Betty C. Stevens
Undergraduate Scholarship
Eigibility: undergraduate students
who show interest in being of service
to others and demonstrate successful
scholarship.
Value: $1,000, two awards

Scholarships

Judith D. Fessler Undergraduate
Scholarship
Eligibility: exercise and sport sciences
majors or senior status; Florida native;
preference to
married students.
Value: $500

Alan C. Moore Scholarship
Eligibility: students who show interest
in being of service to others and
danonstrate leadership ability;
preference to students involved in
teacher education.
Value: $500

Chris Patrick Scholarship Program
Eligibility: outstanding student
athletic trainers in UF athletic
training education program.
Value: in-state tuition waiver

Department of Recreation,
Parks, & Tourism
www.hhp.ufl.edu/rpt/index.htm
Charles W. Fessler, Jr., Scholarship
Eligibility: senior status, majors in
the Department of Recreation, Parks,
and Tourism.
Value: $500


HEALTH AND HEALTH
PROFESSIONS

Contact: Ronald J. Spitznagel, Box
100175, Health Science Center;
www.hp.ufl.edu
For more information on and
applications for scholarships/loans,
please contact the person above
unless otherwise noted. Students
must be admitted to and currently
enrolled in one of the departments of
the college. Other eligibility
requirements may apply.

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.uf l.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing.asp.

Jud Clements Memorial
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: health profession majors
who are current or former Duval
County residents; based on academics
and leadership.
Value: varies

Julia Conrad Scholarship
Eligibility: physical therapy students.
Value: varies

Malcolm Randall Fellowship in Health
Care Administration
Eligibility: students studying hospital
administration.
Value: varies

Scholarships

Ellen M. Black Scholarship
Eligibility: physical therapy majors; 3.0
GPA; demonstrated financial need.
Value: varies; awarded fall and spring

Health Professions General Scholarship
eligibility: health professions students;
3.0 GPA; demonstrated financial need.
Value: varies, awarded in fall and spring

Shands Hospital Auxiliary Scholarships
eligibility: occupational therapy students
Value: varies, awarded at spring
convocation

Kay F. Walker Scholarship Fund
eligibility: health professions students;
3.0 GPA; demonstrated financial need.
Value: varies

Loans


Shands Hospital Auxiliary Revolving
Loan Fund
Contact: Shands Hospital Auxiliary
Eligibility: full-time students in good
standing who have completed one
semester in a health professions
program; financial need.
Value: up to $500, awarded fall or
spring

COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM
AND COMMUNICATIONS

Contact: Charles J. Harris, Director,
Knight Divisicn of Scholarships, Career
Service, and Multicultural Affairs,
1080 Weimer Hall; www.iou.ufl.edu
UF Endowed Scholarships,
Fellowships and Assistantships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing.asp.
Alumni Scholarships
Eligibility: Students in the college.
Value: one $850-$950 award
Buddy Baker Memorial Scholarships
Eligibility: journalism majors who plan
to pursue a career in arts and
entertainment reporting or editing.
Value: one $1,400 award
Red Barber Radio Scholarship
Eligibility: telecommunication juniors
and seniors; preference to applicants
planning a career in sports
broadcasting; financial need
considered.
Value: $400
Peter and Nancy Barr Trust
Scholarship
Eligibility: juniors and seniors
planning to enter the field of
advertising; applicants must have
documented financial need, must have
taken at least one credit hour of
business ethics, and must document
their community service.
Value: $1,600
Barry M. Berish Scholarship
Eligibility: advertising majors.
Value: $1,400
Russell Brines Scholarship in
International or Political Reporting
Eligibility: journalism majors showing
interest in reporting in areas of
international politics, foreign affairs,
or national politics; demonstrated
financial need.
Value: one $900 award


Kellog Foundation Loans Kenneth A. Christiansen
COLLEGE OF PUBLIC Eligibility: health professions Telecomnunication Scholarship
students in good standing. Eligibility: telecommunication seniors;
Value: varies, awarded fall and scholarship, involvement in public radio
spring and television, concern for ethics and
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responsibility.
Value: $1,300-$2,300

"Buddy" Davis Scholarships
Eligibility: newspaper reporting or
editing seniors; character, scholarship,
and premise to the profession; financial
need is a lesser critericn.
Value: one $1,400-$1,500 award.

Florida Association of Broadcasters
(FAB) Leroy Collins Memorial
Scholarship Eligibility: junior
and senior telecommunication majors;
preference to women and/or minority
students who are Florida residents;
financial need is considered.
Value: one $1000 award

Florida Press Club Scholarship
Eligibility: for a senior who is a Florida
resident pursuing a career in print
jcanlisn.
Value: one award in 2005 and 2006;
varies

Deborah F. Copeland Scholarship
Eligibility: junior or senior
telecommunication majors working at
WUFT-TV who plan to pursue a career in
television; preference to students from
the Jackscnville area.
Value: one $500 award

Environmental Writing Scholarship
Eligibility: juniors and seniors planning
careers in environmental
communications; evidence of
involvement in environmental protection
through organizational activity, writing,
or broadcasting; dneonstrated financial

Value: $1,200

JosaEh S. Field, Jr., Scholarship
Elighlity teleccnmmnication majors.
Value: two $1,000 awards

James S. Fish Scholarship
Eligblity advertising majors.
Value: $700

Jane E. Fisher Manorial Scholarship
Eligtlity telecommunication juniors and
seniors currently working at WUFT-FM.
Value: one $675 award

Mike Foley Scholarship
EligTlity junior and senior journalism
majors; preference to married students.
Value: one $900 award


Freedom Forum Scholarships
Eligility students majoring in journalism
or specializing in broadcast jcrnalisn;
applicants must have danonstrated ability
to overcame educational, social or family
disadvantages; demonstrate academic
merit and/or leadership ptantial.
Value: $1,000-$2,000; number of awards
varies

Barbara Gaynes Scholarship
Eligitlit: out-of-state junior and senior
journalism majors.
Value: one $900-$1,600 award

Graham K. Gloss Scholarship
Eligiility: advertising seniors; 3.0 GPA;
applicants must present evidence of
leadership and creativity in academic
projects or outside job performance.
Value: $700

Peter G. Gordon/Sun-Sentinel Scholarship
Eligiity: journalism and
telecommunication undergraduates.
Value: one $1,000-$2,000 award

Gov. R. H. Gore Scholarships
Eligility: advertising or journalism
students.
Value: $1,000, number of awards varies

Philip L. Graham Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: telecommunication majors
from the Jacksonville, Miami, or Orlando
areas of Florida; demonstrated ability to
overcome educational, social or family
disadvantages; demonstrate academic
merit, and/or leadership potential.
Value: varies

Cleve Hamm Scholarship
Eliglity. juniors or sEnicrs in the college.
Value: $1,000-$1,700

Gardner Mark Harrison Scholarship
EligiLlity: journalism majors with a
docuwrted learning disability, registered
with and receiving services frcm the Office
of Students Services.
Value: one $475 award

Randolph A. Hearst Broadcast News
Scholarship
Eligility teleccmnunication majors;
preference to students in broadcast
journalism.
Value: one $950 award

Carl Hiaasen Scholarship
Eliglity journalism majors.
Value: one $1,500 award

Maricn and John Paul Jcnes, Jr.,
Scholarship
Eligitlity students in any major in the
college.
Value: $450

Journalism Alumni Scholarship
Eligibility: journalism juniors or seniors
planning a career as a newspaper
reporter; must be a Florida resident and
graduate of a Florida high school;
documented financial need.
Value: one $1,200 award

Jim Kerlin Broadcasting Scholarships


Eigility. teleccTmunication majors.
Value: $500-$1,000, up to seven awards

John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
Scholarships
Eligibtlity: students in journalism
education who demonstrate one or
more of the following: commitment to
making meaningful contributions to a
pluralistic ccnmunity and the
continuaticn of a free press; ability,
sensitivity, and ccnmitment to learn to
communicate better across the social
fault lines of gender, race, generation,
geography, and class; ability to
overcame educational, social or family
disadvantages; sensitivity to and
understanding of the racial/ethnic
issues in journalism and society;
academic merit; and/or leadership
potential.
Value: $2,670-$3,500; number of awards
varies

Alfred M. Kohn Menorial Scholarships
Elig3it.y junior or senior jourcnlism
majors.
Value: two $700 awards

Leo L. Kubiet Advertising Scholarship
Eigitya. married juniors or seniors who
are majoring in advertising with goal of
working in newspaper sales and/or
marketing and who are U.S. citizens.
Value: $750

Eavid Lawrence, Sr., Scholarship
Eligility: junior or senior journalism majors
with interest in a career in political
reporting for the print media.
Value: one $850 award

Jim Murray Manorial Scholarship
Eliglity: scphanores or juniors in print
journalism; essay required; minimum 3.0
GIA. Value: one $5,000
award

Bob Leach Broadcasting Scholarship
Eliglty. junior or senior majoring in
telecmnunication; financial need
considered.
Value: one $850 award

George A. Levy Scholarship
Eligiity: students in the college; financial
need considered.
Value: $250

Rachel B. Lowenstein Scholarship
Eigitility: students who have held an
executive position at a Florida high
school publication or broadcast station.
Value: $ 9 0 0

Miami Herald South Florida Scholarships
Eligiility: students from the South
Florida area of South Broward to Key
West; journalism and advertising majors
who plan to pursue careers in
newspaper journalism or advertising.
Value: $1,000-$2,000, number and
amount vary

Joanne and Charles Mirabella Scholarship
Elig lity advertising majors.
Value: $275


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Stuart Neaman Public Relations
Scholarship
Eligitlty: students in the college planning
a public relatics career; financial need
considered.
Value: $1,000

New York Times Scholarships
Eligbitiy juniors and saeicrs in journalism
or advertising who plan to pursue careers
in newspapers journalism or newspaper
advertising; damnstrated ability to
overcome educational, social, or family
disadvantages; acadanic merit and/or
leadership potential; be frcm a ciraclaticn
area of Florida newspapers in the New
York Times Regional Newspaper group.
Value: $1,000-$2,000, number and award
vary

Orlando Sentinel/South Florida
Sun-Sentinel Scholarships
Eiiility: juniors and seniors in jcurnalian
or advertising who plan to pursue careers
in newspapers journalism or newspaper
advertising; denanstrated ability to
overcome educational, social, or family
disadvantages; acadanic merit and/or
leadership potential; be from the Orlando
or South Florida areas
Value: $1,000-$2,000, number and award
vary

Gary Peacock Scholarship
Eliitlty:. advertising, juranlisn, public
relations, and teleccmunicaticn majors.
Value: $ 8 0 0

Pearce-Deyo Scholarships
Eligitily juniors or saEiors in the college;
financial need is considered.
Value: $950, two awards

Judy Lynn Prince Scholarship
Eliitlity:. teleccnmunication majors.
Value: $1,250, two awards

Moe and Laura Schwartz Scholarships
Eli ilito junior or saeicr advertising or
magazines majors; financial need
considered. Value: $950, two awards

Patricia L. Shanncn Scholarships
Eliitlty:. students planning a career in
public relations.
Value: $1,200-$2,250, two awards

Julie Silver Malorial Scholarship
Eligitlility juniors and sanicrs majoring in
telecommunication;
Value: one $600 award

Jo Anne Smith Scholarship
Eliitlity:b juniors and seniors in any major
in the college who show evidence of
interest in reporting on freecm of
information issues or practicing the law of
mass communication.
Value: $500

St. Petersburg Times Scholarships
Eligit ity:. students planning careers in
jourmlism or journalism-related advertising;
scne or all of the following factors are
considered: preference to applicants from
circulation area of the St. Petersburg
Times; demonstrated ability to overcome


ecaticnal, social, or family
disadvantages; demonstrated academic
merit, and/or leadership potential.
Value: $1,000-$2,000; number varies

Harry B. Stapler Scholarship
Elgitli: seniors majoring in the editing
sequence in journalism who plan to pursue
careers in newspaper editing.
Value: one $500 award

United States Golf Association (USGA)
David Earl Manorial Scholarship
Eligibility: juniors majoring in journalism;
awarded on the basis of performance
and need; renewable for the senior
year; golf not rerequid.
Value: one $4,000 award

Sweger Scholarship
E~igliity all students in the college.
Value: $850

Charles G. Wkllxon, Jr. Scholarship
Eligit3iy junior and snicor public relations
or magazine journalism majors who intend
to pursue careers in publication design,
writing, editing, or production.
Value: one $800 award

Wade Swerdlow Scholarship
Eligbiity:. telecommunication majors from
Broward County.
Value: one $1,500 and one $500 award
Dan Valentine Menorial Scholarship
Eligiility: junior or senior tele-
communication majors, working for
WRUF-AM/FM.
Value: one $1,200-$1,500 award; one
$500
Wal-Mart Journalism Scholarships
Eligitility juniors and seniors in print or
broadcast journalism planning a career in
these fields who demonstrate one of the
following: commitment to making
meaningful contribution to a pluralistic
ccmniunity and the continuation of free
press; sensitivity to and understanding of
racial/ethnic issues in journalism and
society; ability, sensitivity, ad
commitment to learn to communicate
better across the social fault lines of
gender, race, generation, geography and
class; ability to overcoae educational,
social or family disadvantages; acadanic
merit and/or leadership potential; 3.0
GPA.
Value: four new $2,500 awards each year
in 2005, 2006, and 2007; can receive
twice
F. Andrew Warden Scholarship
Elit~lty advertising majors who
demonstrate dedication and cmnnitment
to the field of advertising; documented
financial need, at least mne credit hour of
business ethics, and documented
ccmrunity service.
Value: $1,500, two awards
Rae O. Weimer Scholarship
Eligitlity open to all majors; student must
demonstrate evidence of passion for and
ccnmitment to chosen field and capacity
to succeed as a professional.


Value: $2,600

Chrles G. Wkllrcn, Jr.
Eligitty juniors and snicors in public
relations or magazine journalism who
intend to pursue a career in publication
design, writing, editing, or prcducticn.
Value: $ 8 0 0

Stanley Zack Advertising Scholarship
Eligiit.y advertising majors in the college
playing careers in advertising.
Value: $ 7 4 0

Lillian and Heran Rosenthal Maeorial
Scholarship/Assistantship
Eligiitty undergraduate and graduate
students in the college.
Value: o aad, varies

Florence W. Ruebush Endowment
Eligiitly undergraduate and graduate
students in the college.
Value: varies

Eic M. Gorbach Scholarships of Bitner.Cmn
Eligiit.y juniors and seniors in public
relations who demonstrate commitment to
the ccmunity through activities during
their first two years in college.
Value: two $500 awards or one $1,000
award

Jack S. Hardy Scholarship
Eigitlit public relations majors with an
interest in health care; mininun 3.0 GPA.
Value: one $650-$1,000 award

Assistantships

Karl and Madira Bickel Assistantships
Recipients work ten hours a week in the
college.
Eligitility maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA.
Value: $2,100, twelve awards

Herbert S. Dolgoff Radio Assistantships
Recipients must work at WRUF-AM/FM or
WUFT- FM.
Eligiity. teleoannunication juniors and
seniors; intent to pursue careers in radio
management, programming, or news.
Value: $3,000, five awards

Red Newton Freedom of Information
Assistantships
Requires ten hours of work a week in the
Brechner Center for Freedcm of
Infomaticn.
Eligiit.y junior or saeicr in any major in
the college; ccnpletion of IvMC 4200 with
a "B" or be willing to take it the next
semester.
Value: $1,500, two awards

WTVJ NBC6 Scholarship/Assistantship
Fund in Memory of Rob Pierce
Eligibility: telecommunication majors
who plan to pursue careers in
television/electronic news videography;
preference to students from Miami-
Dade, Broward, and Monroe counties.
Value: one award, varies

Scholarships

Florida Public Relaticns Associaticns


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(FPRA) Frank Rathbun Scholarship
ELigity public relations juniors and
seniors; minimum 3.0 GPA.
Value: $750

Gainesville Advertising Federation Susan
Dixon Smith Manorial Scholarship
ELiglity: juniors and seniors majoring in
advertising with a minimum 3.0 GPA.
Value: $250-$300

Otis Gossman Manorial Scholarship
Eligtblit juniors or seniors majoring in
print journalism and ccrmitted to careers
in newspaper journalism; must be from
Northwest Florida; minimum 3.0 GPA.
Value: $1,000

Palm Beach Post/Cox Foundation
Scholarships
Eligibiity: journalism or advertising
students; preference to students from
West Palm Beach area; academic merit,
or leadership potential; demonstrated
ability to overcome: educational, social,
and/or family disadvantages.
Value: $1,000-$2,000 awards, number
varies.

Lloyd Marritt Smigel Scholarship/
Fellowship
Elig~iity student who exemplifies caring
leadership with unlimited business
potential, relecting Snigel's philosophy
that leadership is about people, mutual
responsibilities, and ethics; practical
experience and intentions of contributing a
positive influence to society.
Value: $400

Loans

Edwardson/Burton Loan Fund
Long-term loans.
Eigtlity students in the college.
Value: $400 per semester

COLLEGE OF LAW
See Graduate Aid, Chapter 8.

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS
& SCIENCES
Contact: Karen Gill, Office of the Dean,
2014 Turlington Hall,
web. class. ufl. edu/scholarships .html

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff .uf edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListinr.asp.

Anderson Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: undergraduates entering their
junior year at UF.
Value: varies

William G. Carleton Scholarship Fund
Eligiity: junior liberal arts and sciences
majors who have completed at least 48


UF credit hours.
Value: one $1,000, awarded spring

CLAS Dean's Scholarship Fund
ELigilbity: junior liberal arts and sciences
majors who have completed at least 48
UF credit hours.
Value: $1,000, up to three, awarded
spring
Gary and Neity Gerson Presidential
Scholars Fund
Eligiity: undergraduate and graduate
students with financial need who have
demonstrated academic achievement at
UF. Applicants must have completed at
least 30 credit hours at UF.
Value: $1,000, multiple awards, in
spring

Michael Hauptman Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: worthy students with financial
need.
Value: varies

W. W. Massey, Sr., Presidential
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: CLAS undergraduates
recognized as National Merit or National
Achievement Scholars in high school or
who qualify as UF Honors students.
Value: two $1,000 awards, in spring

Charles Vincent and Heidi Cole
McLaughlin Endowment
Eligiity: undergraduate CLAS majors,
preferably with at least 48 credit hours
at UF; based on merit.
Value: $1,000, up to 100 awards

O. Ruth McQuown Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: females with excellent
academics, enrolled full time in
humanities or social sciences, or with
interdisciplinary majors in the two or in
women's studies.
Value: one $3,000 award, and multiple
$1,000 awards; awarded spring

Hazen E. Nutter Scholarship Fund
Eligbiit. undergraduate CLAS majors
who have strong academic records and
are active in extracurricular activities.
Value: up to twelve $1,000 awards, in
spring

Herbert and Edith Peterson
Endowment Fund
Eligibiity: junior liberal arts and sciences
majors with at least 48 credit hours at
UF.
Value: $1,000, awarded spring

Susan Hitzler Schell Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: undergraduate liberal arts and
sciences majors who have completed at
least 48 credit hours at UF; preference
to those who do not have an athletic
scholarship.
Value: $1,000

Peter J. Sones, Jr. Scholarship Endowment
Eligibility: pre-med undergraduates
majoring in one of the liberal arts (not a
science) with a 3.8 GPA or above.
Value: $1,000, up to three awards

John E. and May B. Turlingtcn


Scholarship Fund
Eiigility. junior liberal arts and sciences
majors who have completed at least 48
credit hours at UF and have participated in
the UF laer-division honors program.
Value: $1,000

Scholarships

Kenneth H. Byron Metorial Scholarship
Eligibility: freshman or sophomore
females; based on scholarship and
financial need.
Value: varies

Coors Veteran Memorial
Scholarship Fund
Eligibiity: students who are children of
military veterans from Hernando, Citrus,
Sumter, Marion, Levy, Alachua, Gilchrist,
Dixie or Bradford counties.
Value: varies

Dallas C. Dickey Memorial Scholarship
Eligibiity: students who are children of
military veterans from Hernando, Citrus,
Sumter, Marion, Levy, Alachua, Gilchrist,
Dixie or Bradford counties.
Value: varies

Stanley Davis/Milton Gaynor
Scholarship
Eligibiity: CLAS students.
Value: varies

Albert G. Raybun Scholarship
Apply to Sheila K. Dickison, 140 Tigert
Hall. Applications accepted each May 1
from students who will be seniors the
folloawir fall.
Eligiblity: pre-med seniors in any
college with 3.0 GPA or better; financial
nssd. Value: $500-$1,000

Frazier-Tanner Scholarship
Contact the dean's office in the College of
Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Eliglity incoming UF students.
Value: varies.

Center for Gerontological Studies
Contact: Director, P. O. Box 117335;
web. aeron.ufl.edu
Student Scholarship Award in Aging
Eligitlity: students enrolled at UF for at
least one term between Fall 2002 and
Spring 2004
of the academic year.
Value: a plaque and $600; award
winning papers will be posted on the
Institute on Aging Web site:
www.aging.ufl.edu

Center for Greek Studies
Contact: Dr. Karelisa Hartigan,
Center for Greek Studies, 125 Dauer
Ha1; www.classics.ufl. edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the


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Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListinag.asp.

Angelo Podes Scholarship Fund
Eligibiity: students enrolling in Modem
Greek and/or a six-week study abroad
program with College Year in Athens;
preference to students of Greek-
American ancestry.
Value: $1,000

Scholarships
Ehmanuel Bilirakis Pre-Medical
Scholarship
Eligiblit: pre-med students also doing
work in Greek studies, 3.5 GPA, and
resume.
Value: $1,000, awarded April

Center for Greek Studies Summer Study
Abroad Scholarship
To assist a student to attend the Greek
six-week Summer Study Program.
Value: $1,000, awarded in April

Michael G. Cantonis Medal for Excellence
in Greek Studies
Eligiility: seniors.
Value: $ 5 0 0

Nicholas Cassas Scholarships
Eligility: cne award for entering students
with at least 3.0 GPA who enrolls in
beginning Modern Greek; one for students
with at least B+ average in beginning
Modern Greek who enroll in intermediate
Modem Greek.
Value: $1,000, two scholarships

Pete G. and Anna Felos Scholarship in
Greek Studies
Eligility: for summer study in Greece
at CYA or other approved program.
Value: $1,200

Angelo Langadas Scholarship
Eligiblity: high GPA, resume,
involvement in Greek studies.
Value: $1,000

Maria Marees Memorial Women's
Leadership Scholarship
Eligility: undergraduate women who
demonstrate leadership ability.
Value: $400

Basilios Michopoulos Scholarship
Eligitlity: Greek studies students
enrolled or planning to enroll in a Greek
language; minimum 3.0 GPA.
Value: $500 per year, awarded in April

Perry Scholarship in Greek Language
Eligiility: students pursuing ancient or
modem Greek language.
Value: $2,000

Perry Scholarship in Hellenic Civilization
Eigiility: students taking (a) courses)
in Greek culture.
Value: $1, 500

Perry Scholarship for Study in Greece
Eligiblity: for summer study in Greece
with a recognized academic program,
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Value: $2, 000

Eta Sigma Phi Scholarship
ELighiility: junior classics majors; at least
a 3.6 GPA; active in Eta Sigma Phi.
Value: $500, up to two, awarded April

Charles and Elsie Voelker Scholarship
Contact: Study Abroad Services, 123
Grinter Hall, or contact Dr. Hartigan
To assist a student to attend the Greek
Summer Study Program.
Value: $1,200, awarded April

Center for Jewish Studies
Contact: Dr. Kenneth Wald, Center for
Jewish Studies, 105 Walker Hall;
www.jst.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff. ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina. asp.

Philip and David Kolko Meaorial
Scholarship Fund
eligibility: undergraduates pursuing
study abroad in Israel; based on merit
and need; options are one semester, a
full year, or sunner sessions.
Value: $200-$2,500

Scholarships

Gary R. Gerson Discretionary Scholarship
Eligtiblity students in the Center for Jewish
Studies.
Value: varies

Samuel and Bessie R. Proctor Fund
Eligihlity undergraduate students majoring
in Jewish Studies; based on need and
merit.
merit and need.
Value: varies

Norman Schulevitz Foundation Scholarship
Funds study in Israel at Hebrew University
of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv University, Haifa
University, and Ben-Guricn University of
Negev; cpticns: semester, full year, or
summer sessions.
Eligiblity students studying in the Center
for Jewish Studies or the Department of
Psychology.
Value: $200-$2,500

Center for Women's Studies
& Gender Research
Contact: Women's Studies, 3324
Turlington Hall; web.wst.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarshins
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Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing.asp.

Tybel Spivack Scholarship Fund
Eligiiblity: undergraduate of graduate
students, preferably over 40, who have
returned to school and are working with
an emphasis in language; must be
studying for a degree, certificate, or
pursuing a women's studies minor.
Value: at least $500, applications due
in spring

Scholarships
Judith Brown Endowment
Eligibility: experienced, committed
feminist activists.
Value: $100-$300

Alice Charlotte Hogsett Award for
Education for Women and Girls
Eligiblity: best student paper, project, or
proposal focused on the education of
wa-nc and girls; faculty or self-
nacinaticn; must include letter from
faculty member under whose supervision
the work was carried out.
Value: $500, applications due in spring

Irene Thompson Scholarship
Eligiiblity: women's studies majors or
strong demonstrated commitment to
women's studies.
Value: $500 applications due spring

Department of Anthropology
Contact: Dr. Susan deFrance,
Undergraduate Coordinator, 1112
Turlingtcn Hall; web.anthro.ufl.edu
Patricia S. Essenpreis Menorial Scholarship
Contact: Susan deFrance, 1112 Turlingtcn
Eligiility female anthropology majors
training in archaeology; academic
excellence.
Value: $500 awarded spring

Brendon O'Sullivan Award for Academic
Excellence
Contact: Susan deFrance, Undergraduate
Coordinator, 1112 Turlington Hall
Eliglitlty graduating seniors majoring in
anthropology.
Value: $500, awarded spring

Asian Studies Program

Contact: Monica M. Rohrbaugh,
3312 Turlington Hall
Asian Studies Research Award
Eligbility: undergraduate CLAS students
in good standing, pursuing a research
project directly related to Asia,
accepted by a faculty supervisor for
senior thesis research, with a 3.5 GPA or
above.
Value: $2,000-$3,000; up to 6 awards


and Fellowships Asian Studies Study Abroad
Scholarships
The following endowed scholarships andtter of recommendation,
ELigitlity: letter of reccmnmendation,
fellowships are administered by the UF paricitin in study abroad pr am,
Foundation. For information, check with lettr interest, transcript.
the departmental contact person or the Value: 5 $ 5000
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Alice Zirger Memorial Scholarship
ELigihiity: female Asian Studies students
with above average GPA; must have
completed two years of an East Asian
language or be enrolled in the second
year of Japanese or Chinese.
Value: $1,000

Department of African-Asian
Languages & Literature
Contact: Ann Mehmeyer, 470 Grinter
Hall
Courtney Hames Memorial Award
ELigitlity: the most outstanding
Japanese language student.

Value: Kojien, a Japanese-Japanese
dictionary

Department of Botany
Contact: Botany Undergraduate
Coordinator, 220 Bartram Hall
Winona Jordan Undergraduate
Scholarship
Eligbilit junior and senior botany majors
who have been students at UF for at least
one academic year; must have a minimum
CPA of 3.5 in science courses.
Deadline: March 31 for fall awards
Value: up to $1,000 per year

Department of Chemistry
Contact: Undergraduate Coordinator,
264 Keen-Flint Annex;
www.chem.uf 1.edu

Colonel Allen R. and Margaret G. Crow
Undergraduate Scholarship
Contact: Kathryn Williams, 202 Leigh Hall
Eliglity. undergraduate chemistry major.
Deadline: March 31 for fall awards
Value: $2,000, awarded fall
Chemical Physics Scholarship
Contact: Valeria Kleiman, 264 Keen-
Flint Annex
Eigilitp. chemistry, physics, or chemical
engineering juniors and seniors who will
engage in chemical physics research.
Value: $ 5 0 0
Richard Sumnerville Memorial Fund
Contact: Kathryn Williams, 202 Leigh Hall
Eigibility: senior chemistry majors with
promise of being an outstanding
professional chemist.
Value: semester's tuition amount

Department of Classics
Contact: Department Office,
125 Dauer Hall; web.classics.ufl.edu

Joseph Jay Deiss Menorial Scholarship for
Sunmer Study in Italy
ELigiility: Classics students interested
in studying abroad and experiencing
"the grandeur that was Rome" as Jay
Deiss knew and loved it.
Value: up to two $3,000 awards

James C. Dickison Memorial Award
ELigiity: senior classics majors;
academic excellence.
Value: $150


Eta Sigma Phi Classics Enrichment
Scholarship
ELigiblity: juniors majoring in classics.
Value: up to two $500 awards

Charles and Elsie Voelker Award
Eligiblity: students attending CYA
Summer Study Program.
Value: $1,200

Department of Communication
Sciences and Disorders

Contact: Communication Sciences and
Disorders Scholarship Committee,
335 Dauer Hall; web.csd.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Fcundaticn. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www..uff.uf.edu/Scholarshilps/
ScholarshipListinm.asp.

Edna L. Povey Fund
Eighlityl. junior or senior students
majoring in canmunication sciences and
disorders; based on academic merit with
soae consideration of financial need.
Value: $1, 000

Department of English

Contact: Department of English,
Undergraduate Coordinator, 4008
Turlingtcn Hall; web.enalish.ufl.edu
UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl .edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListinr.asp.

Michael A. Lipsky Scholarship Fund
Scholarship carmittee selects recipient.
Elglity: Ebglish majors; based cn financial
need first and merit second.
Value: $200, five awards; recipients must
reapply to continue to receive the
scholarship for more than one year

Scholarships
A. C. Marris Fblklore
Eligilityi students in the Department of
English.
Value: varies
Dorothy E. and Theodore R. Latwaitis
Memorial Scholarship
EJigtlitil honor students majoring in
English with preferably at least cne full
year remaining before graduation and
cancntrating in English or British
Literature.
Value: up to $2,500


Department of Geography

Contact: Joann Mossa, Undergraduate
Coordinator, 3131 Turlington Hall;
web.aeoc.ufl.edu


John R. and Fawn T. Dunkle
Geography Award
ELigibiity: most distinguished geography
major.
Value: $1,000 award, annually in fall

Department of Geological
Sciences

Contact: Department Chair, 241
Williamson Hall; web.aeolory.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.uf l.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina. asp.

Edward D. Danker Scholarship Fund
Eliilitrl outstanding geological sciences
students; awarded to (1) graduate
geological sciences students based on
academic merit and (2) a graduating
senior in geological sciences who has
contributed to the department through
academic ability, enthusiasm, and interest
in geology.
Value: $200

Scholarships
Norwegian Fund
ELigitility: students in the Department
of Geological Sciences who plan to
study abroad.
Value: varies
Tarr Award
ELigity. geology majors who are
members of Sigma Gama Epsilon (SGE);
based predominantly on academic
achievement.
Value: $ 2 0 0

Department of History
Contact: Department Chair, 25
Keene-Flint Hall; www.historv.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.uf l.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina.asp.

Bridgett Bernadette Phillips
Scholarship Fund
ELigibility: history majors; based on
merit, need, and/or interest in traveling
as a means to further one's education;
requires minimum 3.5 GPA and at least


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12 hours of history courses; must
submit an essay and letters of
recommendation.
Value: $1,500, awarded annually

Scholarships
Daniel L. Koleos Undergraduate
Scholarship
Contact: Department chair, 25 Keene-
Flint Hall
Eligiblity: undergraduates majoring in
history who wish to write a senior
thesis; must submit resume, formal
thesis sample essay and a letter of
recommendation from a faculty member.
Value: $1,000, awarded annually

President's Scholarship
Eligiblity: outstanding history majors in
Latin American history, by
recommendation only.
Value: $1, 000

Department of Mathematics
Contact: Department Chair, 358 Little
Hall; www.math.ufl.edu
Robert Long Essay Scholarship
Eligiblity: full-time undergraduate and
graduate students at UF; must write 15-
25 page essay on history and/or
philosophy of mathematics.
Value: one $400, one $200 award;
spring
Kermit Sigmon Scholarship
Eligiblity: promising mathematics
maj ors.
Value: $100; awarded spring

Department of Physics
www. phvs.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.uf l.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListincg.asp.

Earl and Ruth Sawyer Fund
Contact: Undergraduate Student
Services, New Physics Building
Eligibility: undergraduates, preferably
seniors, who demonstrate financial need;
must have passed four standard physics
courses beyond the complete first-year
physics course sequence with a C or
better.
Value: approximately $500

Scholarships

Contact: Undergraduate Student
Services, New Physics Building
Gene and Richard Garrett Award
Eigibility: physics majors who are U.S.
citizens who have passed at least four
standard physics courses beyond the


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financial need.
Value: approximately $500

Undergraduate Physics Opportunity
The department offers guaranteed
employment to provide students an
opportunity to experience work in a
research laboratory.
Eligibiity: entering students.
Value: up to $500, four awards

Robert C. Williamson Memorial
Scholarship
ELigihlity: students in the department.
Value: varies
Department of Psychology
www. psvch.ufl.edu

James Conrin Research Award
Contact: Undergraduate Coordinator,
Psychology Bldg.
ELigiility: students in the Department of
Psychology who need assistance with
the coast of tuition, books, research and
travel.
Value: varies

Thomas G. Pye Scholarship Fund
Contact: Undergraduate Coordinator,
Psychology Bldg.
Eligibity: junior psychology major with a
minimum GPA 3.5 and career plans in
applications of psychology.
Value: $2,000


Department of Religion

Contact: Manuel A. Vasquez,
Undergraduate Adviser, 107 Anderson
Hall; web.relicion.ufl. edu
UF Endowed Scholarships and
Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/
Scholarships/ScholarshipListing.asp.

Russell Lowell Jaberg Scholarship Fund
Elighiility: outstanding senior majoring in
religim.
Value: up to two awards of $1,000 or
more

Department of Romance
Languages & Literatures
web.rll.ufl.edu

Else Duelund Scholarship
Contact: Department Chair, 170 Dauer
Hall
For study or research in France
Eligiblity: undergraduate French majors.
Value: $500 awarded annually in even
years

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France.
Value: $500

RLL Award
Contact: Mary Watt, 170 Dauer Hall
Eligiblity: awarded annually for
outstanding performance in intermediate
French, Portuguese, and Spanish.
Value: large bilingual dictionary (six)

Department of Sociology
Undergraduate aid listed w/graduate aid.
See Graduate Aid, Chapter 8.
Department of Statistics
Contact: Department Chair, 102 Griffin-
Floi Hall; www.stat.ufl.edu

Mu Sigma Rho Honorary
Eligibiity: at least two years of college
course work, eight semester hours of
statistics (five at junior level or above),
a 3.25 GPA in all statistics courses and
a 3.25 in all UF courses.
Value: honorary membership

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

See Graduate Aid, Chapter 8.

DIVISION OF MILITARY

SCIENCES

Air Force
Contact: Major Ulises Cartaya,204
Van Fleet Hall, 392-1355,
www.afrotc.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina.asp.

Cox Memorial Scholarship
Eligibility: junior or senior cadets
demonstrating great leadership skills;
recipients are selected by the
commander of the Air Force ROTC unit.
Deadline: January 31 of sophomore year
Value: $1,000

Crown Memorial Scholarship
Elighiility: undergraduates in Air Force
ROTC Professional Officer's Course at
UF.
Deadline: January 31, sophomore year
Value: $1,000 cash, approximately
seven awards

Scholarships

Air Force ROTC Scholarships for
High School Seniors
Eligbility: high school seniors in any
academic major who are interested in


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pursuing a commission as an Air Force
officer; must be in the top 40% of high
school by junior year; minimum SAT of
1100 or ACT of 24; also based on
individual merit, extracurricular activities,
and recommendations.
Deadline: December 1, high school
senior year
Value: four- and three-year awards, pay
up to full tuition, textbook allowance,
fees, and up to $400 per month tax-
free allowance during the academic year

Air Force ROTC In-College Scholarships
Eigibility: college freshmen and
sophomores in all academic majors who
will attend UF during the subsequent fall
semester and are interested in pursuing
a ccmnission as an officer in the U.S. Air
Force; must have at least a 2.50 GPA;
must be a full-time student, meet Air
Force standards for physical fitness, pass
an Officer Qualifying Test, and be
medically qualified.
Deadline: January 15 and May 15
Value: two and three-year awards; full
tuition, textbook allowance, fees, and a
$300-$400 per month tax-free
allowance during academic year

Army
Contact: Capt. Don Rickel,
106 Van Fleet Hall, (352) 392-1395 or
392 -ARMY; www.armvrotc.ufl.edu

Army Reserve Officer Training Corps
(ROTC) Scholarships
Eighbitity: full-time students pursuing a
commission in the U.S. Army; must be
U.S. citizens age 17-27 with no criminal
record; 920 SAT or 19 ACT; merit (GPA
2.5 or above) and leadership potential;
all academic disciplines; four-year
scholarship awarded to high school
seniors and UF engineering freshmen;
two- and three-year scholarships
awarded to qualified college sophomores
and freshmen.
Value: tuition up to $17,000, lab fees,
$60 each year for books, and $350
monthly allowance

Army Leader's Training Course
Scholarships
Eligibility: qualified students with
minimum 2.5 GPA; based on
performance at summer camp at Ft.
Knox, Kentucky; have two years
remaining before graduation; open to
graduating seniors who will be attending
graduate school.
Value: tuition up to $17,000, lab fees,
$450 each semester for books, and up
to $400 monthly allowance

Army Nursing Scholarship Program
Eligiblity: students enrolled (or planning
to enroll) in a degree program leading to
a Bachelor of Science in nursing;
available for two, three, and four-year
awards.
Value: tuition up to $17,000, lab fees,
$450 each semester for books, and up
to $400 monthly allowance; bonus
program of up to $12,500 for those


who meet eligibility requirements

Simultaneous Membership Program
Eligitlity: students in Army ROTC
advanced course program; members of the
Army Reserve or a National Guard Unit.
Value: minimum rate of Sergeant (E-5) for
drill periods and annual training dates, plus
up to $400 a month for advanced cadets;
also, 100% tuition
Army Advanced Course Monthly Allowance
Eligbility: qualified students in advanced
military science courses.
Value: $350/400 per month in academic
year

Navy
Contact: Lt. Irnnie Phillips,
22A Van Fleet Hall; nrotc.ufl.edu/
Armed Forces Communications and
Electronics Association Awards
Eligbility: sophcnores and juniors selected
for advancement in NROTC; majoring in
electrical engineering, electronics, carputer
science, computer engineering, physics, or
mathematics; character, academic
standing, merit, and need.
Value: $1,500 covering the NROTC
students in the following acadneic year;
ten awards

CNET Controlled and Scholarship
Eligiblity: freshmen and sophomores
enrolled as College Program midshipmen in
NROTC in good academic standing (2.5
GPA); based on national canpetition at the
NROTC ]E.
Value: tuition, lab expenses, $600 per year
for textbook costs, uniforms, incidental
academic expenses and
$250/300/350/400 tax-free for
freshmen/sophcmores/juniors and seniors,
respectively, each month of academic year

Captain Winfred Q. Collins Awards
Eligbility: third-year students in NROTC who
complete their junior year in May/June;
academic achievement, leadership, and
financial need.
Value: $1,000; five awards

Navy National Four-Year NROTC Nursing
Scholarship
Elig3iblity high school seniors and college
freshen; national canpetition involving
SAT and ACT scores, high school
transcripts, and extracurriclar activities.
Value: tuition, lab expenses, $600 per year
for textbook costs, uniforms, incidental
academic expenses and $250/300/350
/400 tax-free for
freshmen/sophcmores/juniors and seniors,
respectively, each month of academic year

Navy National Four-Year NROTC Scholarship
Eligbility: high school seniors and college
freshen; national canpetition involving
SAT and ACT scores, high school
transcripts, and extracurriclar activities.
Value: tuition, lab expenses, $600 per year
for textbook costs, uniforms, incidental
academic expenses and
$250/300/350/400 tax-free for
freshmen/sophcmores/juniors and seniors,


respectively, each month of academic year

Navy National Two-year Scholarship
Eigiblity: sophbmores or juniors (five-year
programs); national ccapetition involving
cumulative GPA, calculus GPA, and
ccrpleting a six-week course at the Naval
Science Institute in Newport, Rhode Island,
the sumner before the fall sneester of the
scholarship.
Value: tuition, lab expenses, $600 per year
for textbook costs, uniforms, incidental
academic expenses and
$250/300/350/400 tax-free for
freshmen/sophcmores/juniors and seniors,
respectively, each month of academic year

PNS Leadership Scholarship
Eligiblity: freshmen and sophomores
enrolled as College Program midshiprnn in
NROTC in good academic standing (2.5
GPA); awarded locally by PNS.
Value: tuition, lab expenses, $600 per year
for textbook costs, uniforms, incidental
academic expenses and
$250/300/350/400 tax-free for
freshmen/sophcmores/juniors and seniors,
respectively, each month of academic year

Rear Adniral Elliot M. Sen Scholarship
Eligiblity: former U.S. Navy enlisted
personnel enrolled in the NROTC program
as secnd-, third-, fourth-, or fifth-year
Navy Option students; financial need,
performance in enlisted ranks, and military
aptitude; must submit an essay.
Value: $1,000; at least three awards

Tweedale Engineering Technical Scholarship
ELigibilitry freshmen and sophomores who
have completed MAC 2311 with a C or
higher and are interested in becoming
Naval Officers.
Value: tuition, lab expenses, $600 per year
for textbook costs, uniforms, incidental
academic expenses and
$250/300/350/400 tax-free for
freshmen/sophcmores/juniors and seniors,
respectively, each month of academic year

United Services Autcmobile Association
(USAA) Scholarship Awards
Eligibtlity juniors or seniors in tcp 10% of
class in military aptitude and naval science
academics who meet physical fitness
requirements, pass swim tests, and meet
weight standards for active duty personnel;
minimum 3.0 GPA.
Value: $500; eight awards

COLLEGE OF NURSING
Contact: Dr. Karin Polifko-Harris, Associate
Dean for Acadenic and Student Affairs,
Box 100197, UFHSC; www.nursinq.ufl.edu.
Applications for the following scholarships
and loans are available through the College
of Nursing in the Office for Acadenic and
Student Affairs. Most applicants mist have
completed the equivalent of two semesters
of full-time study in College of Nursing
courses.

UF Endowed Scholarships
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Qualified graduate students in every
department may apply for fellowships,
assistantships, and other awards. In general,
these awards are available to students
pursuing either master's or doctoral degrees.


GENERAL GRADUATE AID
We have taken care to ensure the
accuracy and timeliness of information in
this handbook. Contents are subject to
change without notice, however, because
of changing federal and state legislation
and donor requests, as well as unintended
error. All financial aid awards are
contingent upon availability of funds and
subject to revision.
Alumni Graduate Fellowships
Alumni Graduate Fellows represent the
highest graduate student award available
at UF. Funded at nationally competitive
levels, these highly prestigious awards
support students in all programs and
departments of the University awarding a
Ph.D. or MFA. The Fellowships focus on
identifying and supporting students who
seek the Ph.D. degree or selected
terminal master's degrees (the MFA for
example). To ensure that Alumni Fellows
receive every opportunity to succeed, the
Alumni Graduate Fellowships provide a full
four years of support through a nationally
carpetitive stipend and full tuition waiver
for qualifying students. Nbst Fellaws will
receive a minimum of two years of fully-
funded fellcaship, and they will receive
another two years of research or
teaching assistantship. UF expects Alumni
Fellows to danonstrate high standards of
acadanic achievement and participation
in uvimsity life.
Applicants for Alumni Fellowships apply
through the departments or programs of
their major field of study. Successful
applicants will have outstanding
undergraduate preparation, a strong
ccmnitment to their field of study, and


darnnstrated potential in research and
creative activities. Inforaticn cn the
various Ph.D. and other UF graduate
programs appear under Graduate Degrees
and Programs at:
www.aa.uf edu/fellows/dearees.html. Ftr
more information on the fellowships
available, please contact the program
coordinator for the degree in which you
are interested.
Graduate Assistantships
For fellowship or assistantship information
and application deadlines, contact the
chairperson of your department.
Information and applications are also
available on the Web on the UF Graduate
School admissions Web page at
aradschool.rqp.ufl.edu/ and on UF's
Graduate Fellowship Initiative page at
www.aa.ufl. edu/fellows/.
The employing department or unit
determines the starting salary and duties
in teaching or research and associated
responsibilities. In-state and cut-of-state
tuition payments are included in most
instances when the assistantship is at
least one-quarter time (ten hours per
week). In certain areas, special research
awards may be available. Contact your
department chairperson or graduate
coordinator.
The Graduate School Fellowships
Graduate School fellowships are named in
honor of Dr. Lintcn E. Grinter, who was
Dean of the Graduate School, 1952-
1969. Each year $630,000 is awarded to
students in the forn of Grinter
Fellcwships. The intent of the Grinter
Fellctship is to facilitate the recruitment
of truly exceptional graduate students to


the University of Florida. currently
enrolled UF graduate students are not
eligible, except in the particular case in
which they will be entering a Ph.D. (or
other terminal degree) program for the
first time. Crdinarily, the Grintr is limited
to Ph.D. students. Exceptions are made
for those areas in the University that
have a terminal degree different frcm the
Ph.D. Grinter Fellcwships are not
assistantships. No duties may be required
of the student (except those duties
associated with an assistantship held
concurrently). Grinter Fellawship stipends
are normally in the $2,000-$4,000 range.
Continuation of the Grinter beyond the
first year (up to a total of three years) is
contingent upon satisfactory student
progress. An annual report is made to the
Graduate School in this regard for each
student. For more information, go to:
www.aa.ufl.edu/fellows/arinter.html .
bNmed Presidential Fellowships
The Graduate School awards fellowships
named in honor of former UF presidents.
The fellowship represents a four-year
commitment to the student (assuming
satisfactory progress toward the degree).
First and fourth years are funded by the
Graduate School (including tuition waiver);
second and third years funded by the
department/college (may be an
assistantship, but at the same annual rate
as the fellowship). Programs with a three-
year anticipated time-to-degree provide a
match over three years wherein the
Graduate School funds the first year and
the last six nrnths of the third year. The
department or college submitting the
candidate for ccnsideraticn specifies the


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stipend level, from $10,000 to $17,000
for twelve months. Applications are
encouraged for students who are
members of groups traditionally
underrepresented in graduate education.
Applications must include the application
for graduate study, the candidate's
statement of purpose and the standard
financial aid application form (with three
letters of recommendation). Awards are
determined by the candidate's college.
The application deadline is set by the
college; deadline for acceptance is April
15. There are
no minimum GRE or GPA requirements;
the candidates are expected to be among
the strongest prospective students in
their respective colleges. For more
information, go to:
www.aa.ufl. edu/fellcws/presidential.html.
Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation
Research Abroad Fellowship Program
www.ed.cov/Droarams/iecpsddrap/ddra
app.html
This program provides grants to colleges
and universities to fund individual doctoral
students to conduct research in other
countries in modern foreign languages
and area studies for periods of six to
twelve months. Students must apply
through their institutions. Students must
be a citizen or national or permanent
resident of the United States; a graduate
student in good standing who, when the
fellowship begins, is admitted to
candidacy in a doctoral program in
modern foreign languages and area
studies; planning a teaching career in the
United States upon graduation; and
possess adequate skills in the language(s)
necessary to carry out the dissertation
project. Students may propose research
for six to twelve months. The fellowship
may not be renewed. For application
information, e-mail: ddra@ed.gov, phone
(202) 502-7632, or write: Higher
Education Programs, U.S. Department of
Education, 1990 K Street, NW, 6th Floor,
Washington, DC 20006-852. Locally,
contact the Office of Program
Information, 256 Grinter Hall.
Office of Research and Graduate
Programs Division of Sponsored
Research Web site
www. rcp.uf i. edu/research/fundinQ.html
Provides information on funding
opportunities for graduate and
postdoctoral students. This Web site
features information about grant funding,
searchable databases, links to funding
agencies and other valuable online
sources.
Title VI-Foreign Language and Area
Studies Fellcwships
UF's Center for African Studies
anticipates awarding Foreign Language
and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships
for the up-coming academic year.
These fellowships are funded by the US
Department of Education (USDOE)
under Title VI of the Higher Education
Act. Fellowships are awarded to


students combining graduate work in
an academic discipline with African area
and language studies.
Fellowships are offered for any one of the
regularly taught languages (Akan,
Amharic, Arabic, Swahili, Xhosa, and
Yoruba) as well as for other African
languages for which instruction can be
arranged (Wolof and Lingala are current
possibilities). The Center reccmnds
that fellowship recipients also work toward
fulfilling the requirents for a Certificate
in African Area Studies and/or a Minor in
African Studies in conjunction with their
specific graduate degree requiraents.
Applications will be accepted for
pursuit of a graduate degree in any UF
department, preferably those with a
Center for African Studies faculty
affiliate. These include agriculture,
anthropology, art history, economics,
education, engineering, forestry, wildlife
ecology and conservation, geography,
history, journalism, law, linguistics,
literature, political science, recreation
and tourism, and zoology.
Fellowships provide a stipend of $14,000
per academic year and cover the cost of
tuition and fees (12 credits per
semester). Applicants must be a citizen
or permanent resident of the U.S. and be
admitted to a UF graduate program.
Successful applicants will show clear
promise of completing a graduate degree
with a concentration in African language
and area studies; plan to pursue field
research in Africa using the language of
study; an excellet academic record as
demonstrated by course grades, GRE
scores, and strong recommendations The
deadline is February 16. For more
information, go to:
web.africa.ufl.edu/academic/fellowship.ht
ml
Summer Foreign Language Intensive
Study Fellowships
Summer fellowships provide students
with an opportunity to undertake
intensive African language study in any
USDOE-approved program. These
awards may also be used for Group
Study Abroad Programs. In summer
2004, UF will offer Akan on its campus.
Summer fellowships cover tuition at the
host institution and provide a stipend
of $2,400. Travel awards may also be
available. To apply, follow the same
procedure as above. Students applying
for an academic year fellowship and for
a summer intensive fellowship should
submit two separate applications. The
statement of purpose accompanying
the application for a summer fellowship
should indicate why summer study is
desired and how it will contribute to
the candidate's program of study.
Applicants must also provide specific
information on the program they wish
to attend, i.e. fees, contact hours,
instructor. The application deadline is
February 16. For more information, go
to:


web.africa.ufl.edu/academic/fellowshiD.h
tml
Financial Aid Loans and
Part-Time Employment
Graduate students may apply for loan
programs (Federal Direct Loan Program
loans, including Federal Direct Stafford
Loans and Federal Direct Unsubsidized
Stafford Loans) and for part-time
employment through Student Financial
Affairs (SFA) in S-107 Criser Hall.
Students who accept assistantships,
fellowships, or traineeships must
receive approval from the Graduate
School before accepting other
employment. Students applying for
loans and work through SFA should
understand that fellowships and fee
waivers are included in aid packages.
Receiving fellowships or fee waivers
affects eligibility for SFA-awarded aid,
and students applying for aid through
SFA must notify SFA of all assistance
they receive from such sources. See
Chapter 1 for instructions on how to
apply.

COLLEGE-AWARDED
GRADUATE AID
This section lists graduate aid available
through university colleges, schools, and
departments. For more information,
check with the contact person listed or
the graduate coordinator or chairperson
of your college or department.

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL
& LIFE SCIENCES CALLS )
Contact: Associate Dean, Jane Luzar,
P. O. Box 110270, 2014 McCarty Hall;
www.cals.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.uf l.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListinf. asp.
Agronomy-Soils Club/Florida Foundation
Seed Producers Scholarship Fund
Contact: Department of Agronomy
Eligiity: members of the Agronomy-
Soils Club who are majoring in
agriculture; based on academics and
leadership.
Value: $600, six awards

Wilmer W. and Melda Bassett Endowment
Fund
Eliglity: 4-H members or students
studying dairy science.
Value: Varies

Victor W. Carlisle Fellowship
Contact: Soil and Water Science
Eligility: graduate students who meet
cne of the following ccnditicns: 1)
studying pedology or soil mineralogy in
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Ph.D. degrees with a course of study
leading to a thesis or dissertaticn that will
aEanate, in whole or in part, frcm
scientific investigation of Flcrida soils;
preference to students who have
achieved academic excellence and
exhibited leadership ability as indicated by
their departmental service and extra-
curricular activities (such as participation
in student club activities, soil judging, and
departmental social activities); selection
by the Awards/ Scholarship Ccnmittee of
the Soil and Water Science Department on
the basis of merit, and, to the extent
possible, without consideration of any
other awards or stipends a potential
recipient may have received.
Value: $1,000

William C. and Bertha M. Cornett
Fellowship
Eligibility: agriculture majors.
Value: varies

George K. and Ruthanna Davis Scholarship
Eligibility: graduate students
studying nutrition or any nutrition-
related area at UF; recipients may
include graduate students studying
human or animal nutrition in IFAS,
medicine, or other related fields.
Value: varies

Davidson Graduate Travel Scholarship
Fund
Eigihility agriculture majors.
Value: varies

James and Margaret Gahan
Scholarship Fund
Contact: Entomology and Nematology
E iglity: superior undergraduate scholars
admitted to graduate programs in
entomology.
Value: $12,500 plus tuition waiver

J. R. Greenman Memorial
Scholarship Fund
EligHlity: junior, senior, or graduate food
and resource economics majors; also,
academic merit, professional potential,
leadership ability and financial need.
Value: varies
Homer and Dolly Hand Fellowship Fund
Eigit lit: graduate students who are
supervised by a faculty member at the
IFAS Everglades Research and Education
Center. Value: varies

Paul R. Harris Fund
Eligitility agronomy majors.
Deadline: October 21
Value: up to $500 and a plaque

Elton Hinton Menorial Scholarship Fund
Contact: Agricultural Education and
Communication
Eliciblity. graduate students in the
Department of Agricultural Education and
Communication; outstanding scholarship,
leadership, and professional potential.
Value: varies

Hunt Brothers Endowment for Fellowship
in Citrus Research & Education, Lake
Alfred


Contact: Agricultural Educaticn and
Communication
Eiglilty: graduate students.
Value: $300 per semester, spring and fall,
for research and study of citrus
Harold E. KEndall, Sr., Endowed
Scholarship Fund
Eligility: graduate students studying
subtropical fruit with an arphasis on
limes, avocados, and mangoes, including
their production and marketing.
Value: varies

Calvin L. Korf Turfgrass Research Fund
Elighlity: students pursuing turfgrass
studies through UF's Fort Lauderdale
Research and Education Center.
Value: varies

Pauline O. Lawrence Fellowships
Endowment
Contact: Entomology and Nematology
Eigjility: master's or Ph.D. students in
insect physiology and biochanistry in the
Entomology and Nematology Department;
consideration to students frcm Caribbean.
Value: varies

Fountain H. May, Sr.
Scholarship/Fellowship Fund
Contact: North Florida Research and
Education Center,155 Research Road,
Quincy, FL 32351-5677; Phone: (850)
875-7100; Email: adw@ifas.ufl.edu
Eligility: students pursuing studies at
UF's North Florida Research and Education
Center in Quincy, Fla.
Value: varies

Milk Bottle Prcmotion Fund
Contact: Food Science and Human
Nutriticn
Eligility: students enrolled in or accepted
into a graduate program in food science.
Value: varies

Robert H. Olson Graduate Fellowship Fund
Contact: Animal Sciences Department
Eligility: students enrolled in or accepted
into a graduate program in food science.
Value: varies

S. Polston Manorial Fund
Eligility: graduate students in soil and
water science, based on academic and
research efforts in soil and water science
and in ccnservaticn of natural resources.
Value: $1,000

William K. "Bill" Rdoertscn
Endowment Fund
Eigility: outstanding graduate students
in soil and water sciences.
Value: $1,000

J. E Ross Internaticnal Travel
Award Fund
Contact: Food and Resource Economics
Elig3lity: graduate students in Food and
Resource Economics.
Value: varies

John W. Sites Memorial Graduate
Scholarship
Contact: Horticultural Sciences
Eigiilitsy outstanding students in fruit
crops; based on scholarship and


leadership.
Value: $500

Willian F. Ward Memorial Scholarship
Fund
Elgiility: outstanding juniors majoring in
citrus studies; graduate or
undergraduate students in an area of
horticulture; academic record and
potential of student.
Value: $1,200

Wedgworth Graduate Fellowship
Eliglity: graduate students working at
the Everglades Research and Education
Center at Belle Glade.
Value: varies

Scholarships

Agricultural Wcmen's Club Scholarship
EligHlity: female U.S. citizen enrolled in or
accepted to graduate school in any CALS
major; minimum 3.5 GPA.
Deadline: February 16; applications
available in 2014 McCarty
Value: $500

Anerican Dietetic Association Scholarship
Contact: Food Science and Human
Nutriticn
Eligiiity: upper-division undergraduates,
graduate students, or students in
internships or AP4 programs majoring in
dietetics for study leading to scientific
and educational advancement in
dietetics; must be members of the
Association; forms available from FSHN
Undergraduate Student Services Office;
applications must be postmarked by
February 15.
Value: varies, applicants notified mid-June

Award for Graduate Student Excellence in
Soil and Water Science
Contact: Soil and Water Science
Department
Eligibility: demonstrated leadership,
academic achievement, thesis or
dissertation quality, research
achievement, and personality.
Value: $ 2 5 0

Charles E. Dean/Fred Hull Award
Contact: Agronomy Department
Eigjlity: outstanding agronomy student.
Deadline: December 13
Value: $300 to $500

Florida Dietetic Associaticn
Contact: Food Science and Human
Nutriticn
Eliglity: dietetic students; ADA
membership.
Deadline: March each year
Value: $600-$1500

Florida Federation of Garden Clubs
Scholarship in memory of H. Harold Hume
Contact: Environrental Horticulture
Eligiity: environmental horticulture
students.
Value: $1,500 minimum

Earl Wilmont Hartt Scholarship
Contact: Food Science and Human
Nutrition


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Eigibility full-time students; based on
scholarship and leadership.
Value: $250-$1,000

A. S. Herlong Graduate Fellcwship
Eligility. students in agricultural and
biological engineering, botany,
entomology and nematology, food and
resource economics, food science and
human nutriticn, horticultural science
(fruit crops), microbiology and adl
science, plant pathology, and soil and
water science; academic merit, research
plans, leadership ability, and professional
potential.
Value: varies

Lena B. Hughes Estate
Contact: Horticultural Sciences
Eligibity students majoring in the fruit
crops curriculum; scholarship, leadership,
and interest in Florida citrus industry.
Value: $2,500 and a plaque

J. N. Joiner Scholarship
Contact: Environmental Horticulture
Eigibility: environmental horticulture
students with expressed interest in
entering environmental horticulture
industry upon graduation.
Value: varies

J. N. Joiner Graduate Student Scientific
Presentation Scholarship
Contact: Environmental Horticulture
Elig tibit students presenting papers at
scientific meetings.
Value: $300 toward meeting travel
expenses

Richard F. Matthews Graduate Scholarship
Contact: Food Science and Human
Nutrition
Eligibili. scholarship, professional
potential, and research proposal to
accompany application.
Value: $1,500/year

Poultry Science Outstanding Graduate
Student Award
Contact: Dairy and Poultry Science
Eligibility nominated students bringing
most credit to poultry science discipline
and poultry industry; grades, participation,
and leadership in Poultry Science Club;
presentaticn/publicaticn of scientific
papers while at UF; UF activities.
Value: $100

Roger Rottman Memorial Scholarship
Contact: Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Eligibilit upper-level undergraduate or
graduate students in fisheries or
aquaculture.
Value: varies

Muriel Runsey Foundation Fellowship
Contact: Graduate Coordinator,
Horticultural Science
Eictligib horticultural science students
admitted to candidacy for a Ph.D.
Value: $2,000

William Paul Shelley, Sr., MaYorial Fund in
Forestry
Contact: School of Forest Resources and
Conservation


Eligibility: graduate students working at
the Everglades Research Education
Center at Belle Glade.
Value: $5,000

Soil and Water Science Department
Scholarship Award
Contact: Soil and Water Sciences
Eligiity: outstanding soil science
students.
Value: $100

Frederick B. Smith Scholarship
Contact: Soil and Water Sciences
Eligiblty: outstanding undergraduates in
soil and water science; graduate students
considered if no qualified undergraduates.
Value: $500

Vance Publishing Corp. Scholarship
Eligiity: fruit crops majors; scholarship,
leadership, interest in Florida citrus
industry.
Value: $1,000

F. A. Woods Awards
Eligilty: academic excellence in graduate
student research in plant pathology.
Value: $500, two awards

William Paul alley, Sr.
Manorial Fund in Forestry
Eligibty: graduate students conducting
research primarily on the production and
use of hardwcod forests in Florida.
Value: vaie

WARRINGTON COLLEGE
OF BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION
Contact: varies by program of study

Assistantships
A limited number of assistantships are
available to highly qualified students.
Historically, assistantships have been
awarded to students to work ten hours
per week in one of the academic
programs as a research or teaching
assistant or in the Florida MBA Programs
Office as a graduate assistant.

Fellowships
UF awards a number of Graduate
Fellowships to students who would make
a positive impact on their academic field
of study. See the "General Graduate Aid"
section at the beginning of this chapter.
These scholarships provide tuition
assistance and a significant annual
stipend. Candidates must apply by the
early application deadline so that a final
admissions decision can be reached
before the February 15 deadline for
fellowship consideration. Outstanding
students admitted after that date will be
nominated to receive scholarship funds
that remain undistributed. These
fellowships are restricted to outstanding
Ph.D. candidates.

Scholarships
Contact: Erik Gordon, 134 Bryan Hall,
P. O. Box 117152; www.cba.ufl.edu


The Florida MBA programs offer one of
the most affordable graduate
management programs in the country,
even for non-Florida residents. A limited
number of scholarships are awarded to
top candidates who have been admitted
to the "traditional program." Selecticn is
based on superior academic ability,
professional achievanent, and leadership
potential. MBA candidates who submit
their application for admission by March
15 are automatically considered for the
following merit-based awards.

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.uf 1.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina.asp.

Bank of America Endowed MBA
Fellowship Fund
Eligibity: incoming, full-time MBA
students; based on academic
achievanent, professional
accomplishment, and future leadership
potential.
Value: varies

Beall's MBA Fellowship Fund
Elibgibity in-residence MBA students.
Value: varies

Miiville G. Brinson Family Graduate
Fellowship Fund
EligblityL in-residence MBA students.
Value: varies

Alan Epstein Menorial Scholarship Fund
Eligibiity students enrolled in the MBA or
Master of Arts in International Business
program in the Warrington College of
Business; based on academic achievement
and future leadership potential, with
preference to students from Dade
aunty, Fl.
Value: varies

A. Ross and Cora B. Evans Endowed
Scholarship Fund
Eligbility students enrolled in the college;
based on need and merit.
Value: varies

First Bankers MBA Fellowship Fund
Eligibilit in-residence MBA students.
Value: varies

Fisher MBA Fellowship Fund
Eligibilit in-residence MBA students.
Value: varies

D. E. Fowler Fund-Business
Eligibialit MBA students enrolled in the
Entrepreneurship Program in the
Warrington College of Business
Administration. Value: varies

aurtis S. Fry Family Endowed MBA
Fellowship Fund
Eligibilit in-residence MBA students.
Value: varies


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Nancy R. Hess Awards
Eligitblity outstanding female graduates in
the areas of marketing, finance, real
estate,
and management.
Value: varies

Herndon Hirons MBA Fellowship Fund
Elighlity: in-residence MBA students.
Value: varies

Wayne & Mary Hockmeyer Endowment
Fund for Science and Business Education
Eligclity. academically strong in-residence
students enrolled in the MS/MBA program
in biotechnology.
Value: varies

Brady S. Johnston Scholarship Fund
Elighility students enrolled in any
program within the College who study in
full-time, on-campus programs; based on
academic achievement and future
leadership potential.
Value: varies

Jack D. and Betty J. Lampros Graduate
Fellowship and Lectureship Fund
Endowment supports an annual lecture in
international business.
Eligbhlity graduate students in finance.
Value: varies

R. F. Lanzillotti Graduate Felloship in
Public Policy Research
Eligblity. graduate students whose
research will focus on public policy.
Value: varies

Fred Lesueur Scholarship Fund
Eligibitl. in-residence MBA students;
preference to students from Marion
county.
Value: varies

Madelyn M. Lockhart Endowed
Doctoral Fund
EligMlity doctoral candidates in the
Department of Economics.
Value: varies; two fellowships are
awarded to fund travel expenses to
professional meetings related to the
candidates' academic development; one
fellowship is awarded to a candidate to
defray costs of international study
related to area of study

Hoke T. Maroon MBA Fellowship
Endowment
Eigbiit. incoming MBA students who
study full-time on campus; academic
achievement, professional
accomplishment prior to entering the MBA
program, and future leadership potential;
special focus on students who have had
previous experience in fields related to the
financial services industry or who are
interested in entering these fields after
graduation.
Value: varies

C. Arnold Matthews Graduate Fellowship in
Finance Fund
Eligbility: incoming graduate students in
full-time, on-campus programs; based
on academic achievement, professional
accomplishment prior to entering the


MBA program, and future leadership
potential; preference to those who plan
to major in finance.
Value: varies

C. Howard McNulty MBA Endowment
EigHlity. in-residence MBA students.
Value: varies

Fred H. and David L. McNulty
Fellowship Fund
EigHlity. in-residence MBA students.
Value: varies

M. Ann O'Brie MBA Scholars
Endowment Fund
EigHlity. in-residence MBA students;
based on academic achievement,
professional accanplishment prior to
entering the MBA program and future
leadership potential.
Value: varies

Richard and Velia Parrino Graduate
Student Endowment
Eliglity. graduate students in the
business college with financial need who
are from Hillsborough County; if no
student from Hillsborough County
qualifies, then a student front the state of
Florida with financial need.
Value: varies

Wachovia Scholarship and
Internship Fund
EigHlity. in-residence MBA students.
Value: varies

Frank L. Weyenberg MBA
Scholarship Fund
EigWity. in-residence MBA students.
Value: varies

Kristin M. Beach and
Connie A. Lyons Memorial Endowment
EigHlity. graduate students associated
with Center for Entrepreneurship and
Innovation or graduate students in the
MBA program.
Value: varies

Darden Restaurants Diversity and
Business Ethics Fellowship
EligTlity. graduate students in business
who demonstrate academic and prior
professional achievTeent, outstanding
camnitment to ethical leadership, and
enroll in at least one business ethics
course within the graduate program.
Value: varies

Daniel M. and Cheryl W. DuPree
Real Estate Scholarship Fund
Eligtlity. qualified students who have
applied to the MA in Real Estate or MBA
Real Estate program.
Value: varies

Edward Zabel Memorial Fund
Eligiility: Ph.D. students in the
Department of Economics for
outstanding dissertation research.
Value: varies

Scholarships

R. Cope Graduate Fellowship


Eligitya graduate students in the
Warrington College of Business
Amninistraticn.
Value: varies
Fannie Mae MBA Term Scholars Fellowship
Eligilaity. first- and second-year MBA
students.
Value: varies

F. Graham McKeel MBA Fellowship Fund
EigHlity. in-residence MBA students.
Value: varies

Rosenblum Term MBA Scholar
Eigility. in-residence MBA students.
Value: varies

P. S. Tyre Manorial Scholarship
Eligiblity MBA students with financial need.
Value: varies

Fisher School of Accounting
Contact: Tracy Hicks, 210 Gerson;
www.uff.ufl.edu/scholarships/Schola
rshipsBvUnit

The Fisher School of Accounting
administers a number of awards and
fellowships each year and nominates
students for a variety of externally
administered awards. Fellowships are
generally awarded to students who
intend to enter or who have already
entered the master's program. The
amounts, number, and source of awards
vary from year to year. Academic
performance, particularly in upper-
division accounting courseaork, is
emphasized in selecting recipients.
Generally, twelve to twenty awards are
made in amounts from $500 to $2,500.
A complete list of awards is maintained
in the Fisher School of Accounting office
(GER 210). To be considered for these
awards and for nanination for externally
administered awards, students should
complete and submit an Application for
Accounting Awards, available at the
Fisher School of Accounting office in late
fall and early spring. The submission
deadline is generally January 15.
Announcements of recipients and
nominees generally are made in March.

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing. asp .

E. ILvelle Ahrano Scholarship Fund
Eligiality. students entering the graduate
accounting program-fifth-year graduate
studies; based on academic performance
in accounting and overall GPA.
Value: varies

William E. Crown, Jr., Scholarship Fund
Elig2lity: students entering the graduate
accounting program-fifth-year graduate


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studies; based on academic performance,
overall GPA and financial need.
Value: varies

Ridcard E. Darby Accounting
Scholarship Fund
EigibLlity: students entering the graduate
accounting program; academic
performance and overall GPA; preference
to Florida residents transferring to UF in
fifth jyar.
Value: varies

Willian E. Davis Family Fellowship in
Accounting Fund
Eig1'Hlitn students entering the graduate
accounting program; based on academic
performance in accounting and overall
GPA.
Value: varies

Gerson, Preston, and Company, CPA
Fellowship Fund
Eigibility. students entering the graduate
accounting program-fourth-year graduate
studies; based on academic performance
and accounting and overall GPA.
Value: varies

Joseph Lumia Menorial Fellowship Fund
Eigibility: students entering the graduate
accounting program; based on academic
performance and accounting and overall
GPA.
Value: varies

Don Miller 5th-Year Accounting
Scholarship Fund
EligibityJ graduate students entering the
Master's of Accounting program; based on
academic performance; preference to
students from Polk County.
Value: varies

Price Mamell Cleveland Graduate Student
Endowment
Eligiblity: when fully established, this
endowed fund will provide awards to
graduate students in the Fisher School of
Accounting.
Value: varies

Ralph W. Miller Scholarship Fund
Eligibility. enrolled Master of Accounting
students at the Fisher School of
Accounting; must have financial need, at
least one credit hour of business ethics
and documented community service.
Value: varies

Leland M. Reiner Memorial
Scholarship Fund
Eligblity: deserving students working
toward a master's degree in accounting.
Value: varies

Scholarships
Gina C. Babicz Memorial Fellowship
Eligibility: students pursuing MA in
Fisher School of Accounting; strong
consideration to students involved in
university and community service and
extra-curricular activities; renewable
based cn continuing good scholastic
performance.


Value: varies
Batson-Siegel Fellowship
Eligibiity: students entering graduate
accounting program-fifth-year graduate
studies; academic performance plus
accounting and overall GPA; preference
to students from southwest Florida.
Value: varies

COLLEGE OF DESIGN
CONSTRUCTION &
PLANNING

School of Architecture
Contact: Martha Kohen, Director,
P. O. Box 115702, 231 Architecture
Building;
www.dcp.ufl.edu/arch/html/main.htm
For information, please contact Mary
Kramer in the School of Architecture
office, 231 ARCH. Graduate admission is
the deadline for the following
scholarships, unless noted otherwise.

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListinl. asp.

Florida North Chapter-AIA
Scholarship Fund
Eligiiity: graduate students in the
college, based on professional promise
and service to the college and camnunity.
Value: $1,000

Guy C. Fulton Endowed Scholarship
Fund in Architecture
Eliiility: incoming students with
professional promise.
Value: $1,000

Harvard Jolly Clees Tcppe Architects, P.A.,
Scholarship
Eigiility: graduate students
demonstrating acadanic excellence,
financial need, and outstanding design
talent.

Frank J. Sindelar Scholarship Fund
Eligibility outstanding graduate and four-
year undergraduates participating in off-
campus programs in the school.
Deadline: spring semester of previous year
Value: $7,500 total, several awards

John W. Stovall Maorial Scholarship
Fund
Eliiility: students who exhibit
outstanding achievement.
Value: $1,000-$5,000, several awards

Arthur Blenn Anderson Scholarship
Endowment
Elgbility: students in advanced training in
architecture; priority to master's students;
3rd- and 4th-year undergraduate students
considered.
Value: varies


Scholarships

Mdvlillan H. Johnson Scholarship
Eligibiity: architecture graduate
students; concentration in architectural
technology; requires 3.0 GPA minimum
in upper-division work.
Value: varies
Steve Johnson Scholarship
Eligibity:. students with outstanding
achievement.
Value: varies

Robert and Diane Miller Scholarship
Eigialhty. students with outstanding
achievement.
Value: $1,500

James Gamble Rogers Award (RLF Arch)
Eligibilty. outstanding entering graduate
students; academic and professional
criteria.
Value: $5,000

Sheila K. Rydell Menorial Aard
Eligibilt.y Students pursuing a master's
degree in architecture who exhibit
outstanding scholastic accomplishment.
Value: varies

Otis A. Skinner Scholarship
Eigibility. graduate architecture students;
based on need and academic merit.
Value: $3,500

Department of Landscape
Architecture
Contact: Robert Grist, Associate
Professor, 336 Architecture Building;
web.dcp.ufl.edu/landscape/

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing.asp .

Howard Sebold/Herrick Smith Fellowship in
Landscape Architecture
Eligibilit leadership, scholarship, and
potential professional distinction.
Value: $1,500

Scholarships
American Society of Landscape
Architecture Annual Scholarship,
Jackscnville Section
Eliiility. students from northeast Florida
in professional studies.
Value: $1,000

American Society of Landscape
Architecture, Florida Chapter Graduate
Awards
Eligibilit professional potential and
technical achievanent.
Value: $2,500 distributed among
awardees

Steven C. Crebbin Memorial Award
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high school in Monroe or South Dade
County.
Value: $2,300

Foster Conant Scholarship Award
Made possible by the Central Florida
Builders Exchange/Frank Reed Endowed
Fund.
Eigility: excellence in detail design and a
GPA of 2.5 or better.
Value: $1,000

Florida Chapters of the Federation of
Garden Clubs, Grants, and Scholarships
Elgiility: local chapters throughout the
state offer financial assistance based cn
danonstration of need; apply to chapter.
Value: varies by chapter

Kimley-Horn Award
Eigitlity: acadanic excellence,
outstanding leadership skills, and active
involvanent in campus activities.
Value: $1,000

Landers-Atkins Planners Award
Elgiility: deserving graduate students.
Value: $1,200

Rain Bird Award
EligHlity: accomplishments in water
ccnservaticn through irrigation design.
Value: $1,000

Herrick H. Snith Scholarship Fund
EligHlity: landscape architecture major
students with demonstrated need and
academic rigor, and with a 3.0 GPA or
better.
Value: $1,500

Department of Urban and
Regional Planning
Contact: Dr. Paul D. Zwick, Chairman,
431 Architecture Building

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListin. asep.

Margaret E. Raynal Menorial Fund
Eligility: full-time uTban and regional
planning student; based on academic
qualificaticns and an interest in
transportation and bicycle planning.
Value: $500-$1,000

Scholarships
Carl Feiss Manorial Fund
Elgiility: full-time students in urban and
regional planning specializing in urian and
environmental design; acadanic
achievement.
Value: $1,000

Peter Kanavos, Sr., Mmnorial Award Fund
Elgiility: full-time students in urban and
regional planning; academanic qualifications
and an interest in real estate and


development issues.
Value: $500-$1,000

Ulla Rydberg Mmnorial Fund
Eligility: full-time uTban and regional
planning students; academic achievanent
and an interest in gerontology and social
justice issues.
Value: $200-$500

Urban and Regional Planning Scholarship
Fund
Elig4lity: Students majoring in urban and
regional planning.
Value: varies
School of Building Construction
Contact: Dr. Abdol Chini, 304 Rinker
Hall; www.bcn.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListin. asop.

Clark Construction Group Fund
Eligiitty students in the school with a
primary interest in construction
management; must be a U.S. citizen and
Junior I level or higher; detennined by
academic merit and financial need;
leadership or extra-curricular activities
may be considered.
Value: $3,000; three awards

Ronald Vincent Tadrowski Scholarship
Fund
Egibiglity: students in the school,
preferably from the Treasure Coast
area (St. Lucie, Martin and Indian River
counties), showing evidence of financial
need; second preference for any Florida
resident showing financial need.
Value: varies

Scholarships

Central Florida Builders
Exchange-Frank W. Reed
Scholarships
Eligibility: upper-division and
graduate BCN students who
graduated from a Florida high
school; financial need; minimum 3.0
GPA.
Value: Central Florida Builders
Exchange, $1,000; Foote Steel,
$1,000; Jack Jennings & Son,
$1,000; Tri-City Electric, $1,000;
R. C. Stevens Construction,
$1,000; Walker & Co., $2,000;
Hubbard Construction, $1,200

Jim Doherty Memorial Scholarship
Eligiitiy: mature family-oriented
building construction students with
financial need; 3.3 (GA; junior Is or
senior IIs cnly.
Value: $1,000

Gainesville Builders Association


Scholarship
Eligiility: building construction students
interested in hane building; financial need.
Value: varies

National Association of Haoe Builders
Eighlilty: upper-division or graduate
building construction students interested
in hroe building as a career who have not
have previously received this award.
Value: varies

Rinker Companies Scholarship
Elgitlity: building construction students;
financial need and academic achievement.
Value: $1,000

Anthony Section Memorial Scholarship
Eligibility: for information cn this
endowed scholarship, go to
www.uff.ufl.edu .
Value: $1,500

COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY
Contact: Mr. Tom Kolb, Assistant
Director of Financial Affairs, Box
100445, Health Science Center
Gainesville, FL 32610-0445
www.dental.ufl.edu
Limited scholarships are available to
individuals enrolled in the DIVD program.
Students must prove financial need
and/or be selected for their academic
performance to be considered for these
limited funds. Parental information is
required on financial aid applications,
and a subsequent parent tax return will
be required. Information and application
materials are automatically mailed to
students accepted into the first-year
class. Dental students are encouraged
to seek outside financial support by
contacting service clubs, dental
societies, hospital auxiliaries, church
organizations, and other potential
sources of financial assistance.

The UF College of Dentistry attanpts to
provide additional assistance via college
scholarships and loans. These resources
are very limited. All awards are based cn
eligibility and aail]Aility.

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListin. asp.

Andrew Abel Dental Scholarship Fund
Eligiilit. dental students who require
financial assistance and display
excellence in their acadanic and/or
clinical endeavors.

Morton Amsterdam Foundation
Scholarship
ELigibility: dental students.

Marshall M. and Jeannette Butts DeWitt
Scholarship Fund


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Eligibility: dental students with financial
need who display academic achievement
and motivation.

Walter Lorenz Endowed Scholarship
Eigibility: students enrolled in the
maxillofacial surgery residency program.

Parker E. Mahan, D.D.S., Ph.D., Endowed
Fellowship
Eligibility: dental students.

Parnell-Tillery Dental Student Loan Fund
Eligibility: dental students.

William R. Rarbo, Sr., Scholarship in
Dentistry
Eligibility: dental students.

William T. and Jackie C. Reid Scholarship
i Dentistry Fund
Eligibility: needy dental students with
high scholastic averages.

Krisia and Steve Rhoden
Memorial Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: financial need; consideration
to students from the Caribbean nations,
including but not limited to Jamaica.
Cleo Talley Sanders Endowment Fund
Eligibiity: meritorious first-year dental
students.
Scholarships
Claire Pitts Brown Scholarship Fund
Eligibiity: meritorious dentistry students

David A. Grainger Scholarship
Eigibility: meritorious students in the
College of Dentistry.

Loans

Daisy K. Tesher Loan, the UF Dental
Guild Loan, East Coast District Dental
Society Loan, Greater Hollywood Dental
Society Loan, Robert Wood Johnson
Dental Student Loan, D. L. Morrison
Dental Student Loan, Quad-County
Dental Society Loan, William and Marie
Selby Dental Loan, Parnell-Tillery Dental
Loan, Health Professions Student Loan
Program, and Loans for Disadvantaged
Students.

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
Contact: Stephanie Osteen, Student
Services Coordinator, G-416 Norman
Hall; www.coe.ufl.edu
Scholarship applications must be
received in the Student Services office
by 5:00 p.m. February 27, 2004
(unless otherwise indicated). A
scholarship application form can be
downloaded from the College of
Education Student Services Web site
www.coe.uf edu/StudentServices/Schol
arship/index.html. Your application
should include two letters of
recommendation from departmental
faculty, a typed (double spaced) one-
page letter outlining your educational
qualifications, work experience, teaching
experience, leadership positions held,
professional activities and goals. Unless
otherwise noted in the description of


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individual scholarships, all application
materials should be submitted to:
University of Florida, Office of Student
Services, G-416 Norman Hall, PO Box
117042, Gainesville, FL 32611.

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListin. asgp.

Charles A. and Alma A. Hoffman
Scholarship
Eigbility. full-time-students with finanial
need who plan to teach mathematics at
the middle or secondary level.
Value: $2,000 scholarship, available fall
term

Elizabeth E. Larsen Graduate
Memorial Scholarship
Eigiility. full-time PROTEACH seniors or
graduate students in Unified Early
Childhood, EleTentary, or Special
Education.
Value: $2,500, ten scholarships, available
fall

Elizabeth and William F. Leonard
Endowment Scholarship Fund
Eligibility students specializing in math or
science education.
Value: up to $2,000, two awards, in fall

John W. Martin and Annie Mae Martin
Phillips Scholarship Fund
Eligibility full-time juniors, seniors, post-
baccalaureate or graduate students in the
college; first preference to applicants who
attended high-school in Alachua County,
Florida; must demonstrate financial need.
Value: ten scholarships of $2,500, in fall

J. Ed and Betty B. Price Scholarship Fund
Contact: Department of Educational
Leadership, Policy, and Foundations, P.O.
Box 117049, Room 258 Norman Hall,
Gainesville, FL 32611, (352) 392-2391.
Telephone or e-mail to verify eligibility and
availability of funrs.
Eligiblity: counselor education students
who plan to work in college-level student
affairs.


Value: $750 and recognition on a plaque
in the department; two scholarships
Harold Riker Scholarship Fund
Contact: Department of Counselor
Education, P.O. Box 117046, Room 1215
Norman Hall, Gainesville, FL 32611-7046
Eligility: counselor education students.
Value: $600, available fall

G. Ballard Simmons Memorial
Scholarship Fund
EligiLlity graduate students in the college
who demonstrate scholastic and
leadership ability, a potential for
develcpent of skill in teaching,
enthusiasm for teaching as a lifetime
profession, and financial need.
Value: $2,000, available fall term

Robert 0. Stripling Scholarship Fund
Contact: Department of Counselor
Education, P.O. Box 117046, Room 1215
Norman Hall, Gainesville, FL 32611-7046
ELigtiblit counselor education doctoral
students planning a career in higher
education.
Value: $600, available fall term

Ralph D. Turlington Scholarship and
Fellowship Fund
Eligiility graduate and undergraduate
students in the college.
Value: $5,000, available fall term

Glenda Ward Caro Fellowship
in Education
Eligaiblity graduate students in education.
Value: varies
Stella Meissner Scholarship Fund
Eligaiblity graduate students in education.
Value: varies
Marjorie Schear Waggoner Fellowship
Eigiility graduate students who are
Florida residents, graduates of a Florida
high school and enrolled full-time in the
master's program in elanentary
education.
Value: varies
Dr. Hannelore Wass Endowed Scholarship
Eligbility: graduate students doing
research on sex and gender role
socialization in school settings and its
effects on students' career aspirations
and choices; or graduate work on
developing rational and practical
guidelines for incorporating the study of
the hunan life cycle, including aging and
death, into the relevant study areas.
Value: varies

Scholarships
Alumni Scholarship
Eigiity. adnissicn to or full-time
enrollment in a graduate or undergraduate
program in the college.
Value: $2,000, available fall term

Bingham Environmental Education
Foundation
Contact: Dr. Paul Becht, Chairman of
the Bingham Environmental Education
Foundation, (407) 293-7561; e-mail
bechtp@bishopmoore.org;
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to verify availability of funds.
Eigbility: UF graduate students involved in
an environmental science research project
and K-12 teacher in the state of Florida
that infuses science education in their
curricula and working cn a research
project that will affect students at large
and also cramunicate results either in a
science journal, science fair, or other
canmunication vehicle.
Deadline: October 31
Value: $1,000, two awards

Kappa Delta Pi Educational
Foundation Scholarships
Contact: aplicatians available cnline at
http:www.kdp.ora and send by e-mail to
Margo@kdp.org; or call 1-800-284-3167.
See Chapter 9.

Albert G. Hall Fellowship Fund
Eligibility: early childhood graduate
students; admission to or full-time
enrollmTnt in the early childhood
education graduate professional teacher
education program.
Value: cne $1,350 scholarship, in fall term
L. V. Koos Scholarship Menorial Fund
Contact: Dr. Dale Canpbell, Professor and
Director, Ccmnunity College Leadership
Consortium, 229 Norman Hall, Gainesville,
FL 32611, (352) 392-0745. Telephone
to verify eligibility and availability of futrs.
Eligiility: doctoral students pursuing Ed.D.
or Ph.D. in Higher Education; subnissicn of
a proposal of 600 words which may be all
or part of a dissertation cn a subject that
will further knowledge of/about
community colleges and provide a basis
for continued improvement of ccmnunity
colleges.
Deadline: October 1
Value: $750

Sara Lavinia de Keni Scholarship
Eigibility. students enrolled in a doctoral
program in education that naphasizes
collaborative partnerships with Pre-K-20
schools and/or ccnmunity groups;
minimum 3.4 GPA and GRE score over
1100; must provide a statement indicating
how proposed teaching/research interests
are linked to issues affecting dcildrn
and/or families.
Value: four $2,000 scholarships, in fall

Dr. Vincent McGuire Scholarship
Eligibility first preference to
undergraduates Eglish majors with a
minor in secondary education and second
preference to graduate students in the
English education program in the college;
rmst dancnstrate financial need.
Deadline: February 15
Value: cne $500 scholarship, available fall

Willian T. Phelps Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: full-time PROTEACH students
in elementary education or early
childhood education; admission to or
full-time enrollment in a professional
teacher education program in the
college.
Deadline: February 15
Value: two $2,500 awards, available fall


term
Margaret Rosenberger Annual Award
Eigility. adnissicn to or full-tine
enrollment in an undergraduate or
graduate program in the college.
Value: cne $500 scholarship, available fall

Dr. James L. Wattenbarger Fellowship
Eligibility: doctoral students pursuing
Ed.D. or Ph.D. in Higher Education; a
600-word proposal that may be all or
part of a dissertation on a subject that
will further knowledge of/about
community colleges and provide a basis
for continued improvement of
community colleges.
Value: cne $750 scholarship, available fall

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
Contact: Dr. Warren Viessman, Jr.,
312 Well Hall, P. O. Box 116550;
www.ena.ufl. edu/

The College of Engineering offers
approximately 750 research and
teaching assistantships requiring one-
fourth to three-fourths-time workloads
with stipends of $150 to $500 every
two weeks. For more information about
these positions, contact the office of the
graduate coordinator of your department
or the Office of the Associate Dean for
Acadanic Affairs, College of Engineering.

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.uf l.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina.asp.

Robert David Adamson Scholarship Fund
Eligiility. full-tine materials science and
engineering students, minimum 3.0 GPA,
U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
Value: $500 each

Coastal and Oceanographic Egineering
Fellowship Fund
Eliglity: coastal and oceanographic
students.
Value: varies

Wilson and Marie Collins Graduate
Fellowship
Eligiblity meritorious graduate students in
electrical and computer engineering.
Value: $5,000

Dow Alumni Fellowship Fund
Eligility. outstanding graduate students
in the chemanical engineering and chemanistry.
Value: varies
Dow Chanical Graduate Fellowship in
Materials Science and Engineering
Eigibility meritorious graduate students
materials science and engineering.
Value: varies
Fahien Endowed Teaching Scholarship
Fund Eligiility graduate students
pursuing careers in teaching chemical


engineering.
Value: varies
Gartner Group Information
Technology Fund
Eigbility. computer science students
pursuing studies in information
technology.
Value: varies

Gartner Group Graduate Fellowship
Eligibility meritorious computer and
information science and engineering
students.
Value: varies
Harold, Mills, Hawkins Scholarship Fund
Eligiility. graduate chemanical engineering
students.
Value: varies

Dr. Ralph Alexander Morgen Endowed
Fellowship in Chemical Egineering
Eigiblity chemanical engineering graduate
students.
Value: varies

Arnold J. "Red" Morway Memorial
Graduate Fellowship
Award will not support activities that
include experimentation with animals.
Eligibility chanical engineering graduate
master's level engineering graduate
students.
Value: varies

Motorola Named Endowed Graduate
Fellowship in Electrical Engineering Fund
Eligibility: qualified electrical engineering
students with interests related to
telecommunications.
Value: $5,000

H. T. Odum Graduate Fellowship Fund
Eligibility: environmental engineering
sciences and Center for Wetlands
students who are undergraduates in
environmental engineering sciences;
must be Florida residents.
Value: varies

Rdbert C. Pittman Fellowship Endowment
in the College of Engineering
Eligiblity. graduate students in electrical
engineering and materials science.
Value: $15,000 plus tuition

Margaret A. Ross Fellowship
Eligitblity deserving graduate students
with financial need whose area of
concentration is in sani-conductor
research.
Value: varies
Ralph Sias Scholarship
Eligibility: students in electrical and
computer engineering.
Value: $1,000

Charles A. and Constance C. Stokes
Chemical Engineering Graduate Fellowship
Fund
Eigitblity chanical engineering students.
Value: varies

James E. Swander Memorial
Scholarship Fund
Eligible. outstanding students in nuclear
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scholarship, leadership, and character.
Value: varies

Scholarships

C D M Endowment
Elig lity: prospective graduate student;
used as a recruiting tool for a top
incoming graduate student.
Value: $8,000 plus a teaching
assistantship

Costello Awards
Eligility: exceptional second-year
biaoedical engineering students;
academics, leadership, and character.
Value: $1,250, several awards

Barry Douglas Memorial Fellowship
Eligility: coastal engineering students,
3.0 GPA, financial need.
Value: $2,000 per year

Ebaugh Graduate Fellowship
Eigitlibty full-time mechanical engineering
students; outstanding record of academic
experience.
Value: $12,000 per year

Kevin Scott Frank Scholarship
Eligility: civil engineering students in
hydraulics, Florida resident, good moral
character, 3.0 GPA.
Value: $1,000

General Electric Fcundaticn Forgivable
Loan Program
Eligitlity: Ph.D. students intending
academic teaching careers in engineering
or canputer and information sciences;
U.S. citizens or permanent residents; at
least one year of graduate work.
Value: $5,000 per year, renewable

Sally and William Glick Graduate
Research Award
Elighlity: research award for
environmental engineering sciences
students; start-up funds for a new
project.
Deadline: November 13
Value: $1, 000

Greiner Professional Scholarship
Eligtlity: CE students in "design" areas of
structures, soils, or transportation
engineering; U.S. citizens active in
professional societies; preference to MA in
Civil Engineering students.
Value: $1,000, includes sumner
employment before or during scholarship
period

Harris Comnunications Graduate
Fellowship
Eligblity: Ph.D. students in computer and
information science and engineering.
Value: varies

Albert Holloway Graduate Fellowship
Eligility: full-time electrical and ccrputer
engineering student.
Value: $5,000

Herbert Hudscn, Jr., Scholarship
Eligiblity: environmental engineering
students whose research/training areas
are potable water treatment/wastewater


treatment.
Value: approximately $500

Industrial and Systems Engineering
Graduate Award
Eliglity: entering graduate students in
industrial and systems engineering with
undergraduate degrees frcm UF; U.S.
citizens; academic records.
Value: $6,000

Jones-Edmunds Fellowship
Eligibility: civil engineering students who
are U.S. citizens with an interest in
water resources/hydraulics; academic
performance; financial need.
Value: $2,000, non-renewable

Kimley-Horn Scholarship
Eliglity: entering graduate students in
civil engineering ho are U.S. citizens with
an interest in transportation and/or
structural engineering; academic
performance and leadership activities.
Value: $1,000, nonrenewable

Mechanical Engineering Teaching
Assistant Awards
Elig4lity: full-time graduate students
proficient in Ehglish; outstanding record of
academic experience.
Value: varies

Knox Millsaps Graduate Fellowships
EigilitL: Ph.D. students in aerospace
engineering, mechanics, and engineering
science.
Value: varies

Knox Millsaps Outstanding Graduate
Teaching Assistant Award
Eligility: graduate teaching assistants in
aerospace engineering, mechanics, and
engineering science.
Value: varies

Dallas Montgcaery Memorial Scholarship
Eligtplity upper-division computer
engineering students frcm Polk County
area, 2.0 GPA, financial need.
Value: $1,000

National Academy for Nuclear
Training Fellowship
Eligility: students seeking master's
degrees in nuclear and radiological
engineering or environmental engineering
sciences.
Value: $13,000

Texas Instruments Fellowship
Elig4 ity: electrical and canputer
engineering students in the area of mixed
analog and digital integrated circuit
design.
Value: $14,000 per year plus fee waiver

IJoe Tyner Scholarship
Eigjlity: CE students in hydraulics; Florida
residents; good moral character; 3.0 GPA;
serious interest in hydraulics career; no
foreign students.
Value: $1,000

University Women's Club Award
Eiglity: full-time, first-year graduate
students in industrial and systems


engineering; U.S. citizens or permanent
residents; based on academic
performance, character, and need.
Value: $500; nonrenewable

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS

Stephen Kippert Memorial Scholarship
Eligblity: graduate students pursuing an
MFA in the fine arts photography
program.
Value: varies

School of Music
Contact: Dr. Leslie Odcm, Coordinator of
Graduate Studies, 130 VMsic Building;
www.arts.ufl.edu/music/index.html
A selection of special, named
scholarships and graduate
assistantships are available to graduate
students through the Friends of Music.

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships and
fellowships are administered by the UF
Foundation. For information, check with
the departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff .uf1.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina. asp.

Mr. and Mrs. John V. D'Albora, Jr.,
Scholarship Fund in Honor
of Frances M. Reitz
Elility: graduate music majors who
demonstrate excellence in music
performance, composition or research.
Value: $1,000

Velma Lykes Music Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: music students; minimum 3.0
GPA; demonstrated financial need;
preference toward students specializing
in violin.
Value: $2,000

Edith P. Pitts VMusic Scholarship Fund
Eligility: nomination by a faculty member;
3FA or higher students; minimum 3.0 GPA;
outstanding performers recognized for
having assumed a leadership role in
Department of iMusic or College of Fine
Arts activities.
Value: $1,000, two-year limit

John and Margaret Sung Family
Fine Arts Fellowship
EligHlity: meritorious graduate students
in canposition or conducting in the
School of VMsic; must qualify as master's
or doctoral candidate and have 3.5 GPA;
3.5 GPA required to renew.
Value: varies
David L. Wilmot Prize for EKcellence in
Music Education Fund
Eig:ility: students with music education
degrees or who show excellence in service
as a music teacher; must be pursuing a
graduate degree in music education;
upper-class students may be considered.
Value: $1,000, renewable

George W. Tedder, Jr., and Susan Heald
Tedder Scholarship Fund


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Eligibility: outstanding graduate
students in choral music or voice, and
outstanding undergraduate students in
voice.
Value: varies

Scholarships

A. Didier Graeffe Scholarship
Contact: Composition Area Head
ELigibility: demonstrated financial need;
prefer student composers in the area of
composition.
Value: varies

Theatre and Dance Department
Contact: Kevin Marshall, 214 Nadine
McGuire Theatre and Dance Pavillion;
www.arts.uf edu/theatreanddance

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.uf l.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListin. asep.
Lawrence Baynard Huihell Scholarship
Fund in Theatre Studies
Eligihblity: undergraduate or graduate
students majoring in theater
performance or production or with a
primary interest in writing dramas or
screenplays; minimum 3.2 GPA.
Value: $1,000
Jim Richardson Meaorial Theatre
Scholarship Fund
ELigitility production, performance, or
dance students who show outstanding
contributions and excellence in the
classroom and in production work; must
have a minimum 3.0 GPA; incoming
freshmen must present similar exemplary
high school transcripts and test scores.
Value: $500 per semester

Mark W. Stoughton Theatre
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: upper-division undergraduate
or graduate theater students who
demonstrate outstanding artistic
potential.
Value: $200-$300, varies

COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND
HUMAN PERFORMANCE
Contact: Scholarship Chair, 200 Florida
Gym, www.hhp.ufl.edu/

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.uf l.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListin. asop.
B. K. & Betty C. Stevens Graduate


Exercise and Sport Sciences (ESS)
Scholarship
Eligibility: ESS students; must show
interest in serving others and
successful scholarship.
Value: $1,000, two awards

Scholarships
David and Linda McCaughey Graduate
Fellowship
ELigility. graduate students in the
Department of Exercise and Sport
Sciences.
Value: $1,000

COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEALTH

AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS
Contact: Rcnald J. Spitznagel,
Box 100175 Health Science Center;
www.hp.ufl.edu
For more information on
scholarships/loans and for applications,
please contact Dr. Spitznagel unless
otherwise noted. Students must be
currently enrolled in one of the
graduate programs in the college.

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina. asp.

Jud Clements Memorial Scholarship Fund
Eigibylity: health profession majors who
are current or former Duval County
residents; based on academics and
leadership.
Value: $1,000; awarded at spring
convocation

Julia Conrad Scholarship
Eligibility: physical therapy students.
Value: varies

Frederick Family Scholarship in
Physical Therapy
Eligibility: entry-level master' s
degree candidate or a Ph.D. candidate
with performance that exceeds
faculty expectations in Department of
Physical Therapy.
Value: varies

Charlotte M. Liberty Scholarships
Eligibility: students in the UF Health
Science Center colleges.
Value: varies

Malcolm Randall Fellowship in Health
Care Adninistration
Eligibility: students studying hospital
administration.
Value: varies

Scholarships

Alumni and Faculty Fellowship Fund for
Clinical and Health Psychology
ELigiility clinical and health psychology


graduate students.
Value: varies; awarded in fall and spring
Elle M. Black Therapy Scholarship
Eligitlity: physical therapy majors, 3.0
GPA, demonstrated financial need.
Value: varies; awarded in fall and spring

Health Professions General Scholarship
Eligictlity: health professions majors.
Value: varies; awarded fall or spring

F. Joseph Kemker Fellowship in Audiology
Fund
Eligility: graduate students pursuing
teaching, research, and education related
to audiology.
Value: varies
Stands Hospital Auxiliary Scholarships
ELigility: full-time students in good
standing enrolled when scholarship
applies; financial need and strong
commitment to health professions.
Value: varies; awarded at spring
convocation

Dr. Mark H. Trinble Memorial Scholarship
Fund
ELigiility. physical therapy students who
have displayed clinical and academic
excellence in the area of orthopedics.
Value: varies; awarded in fall and spring

COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM

AND COMMUNICATIONS
Contact: Associate Dean for Graduate
Studies, Dr. Debbie Treise, 2012
Weimer Hall; www.iou.ufl.edu

Endowed Assistantships
The following endowed assistantships
are administered by the UF Foundation.
For information, check with the
departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff .ufl. edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina. asp.
Karl and Madira Bickel Student
Assistantships
To work ten hours a week as teaching
cr
research assistant.
ELigitlity: 3.0 minimum GPA.
Value: $1,800, twelve awards

Joseph L. Brechner FOI Graduate
Assistantships
Requires 13 hours of work a week at
the Brechner Center for Freedom of
Information, editing The Brechner
Report.
ELigibility: Ph.D. students interested in
mass media law who have extensive
journalism experience.
Value: varies
Herbert S. Dolgoff Radio Assistantships
Requires working 13 hours a week for
WRUF-AM/FM or WUFT-FM.
ELigiility: juniors and seniors majoring in
telecommunication who intend to
pursue careers in radio management,
programming or news.


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Value: five $3,000 awards

James Lawrence Fly Assistantship
Requires 10 to 20 hours of work each
week, depending on appointment.
Eligibility: students interested in
telecommunications.
Value: varies

Ralph and Bronia Lowenstein
Assistantship
Requires working 10-20 hours a week
as teaching or research assistant.
ELigibility: graduate students in the
college.
Value: varies

Nathaniel W. Pickard Assistantship
Requires working 10-20 hours a week
as teaching or research assistant.
ELigibility: graduate students planning a
career in political cCmmnnication.
Value: varies

Claudia Ross Assistantship for
Investigative Reporting
Requires working 10-20 hours a week
as teaching or research assistant.
ELigibility: graduate students who show
interest and promise in investigative
reporting.
Value: varies

St. Petersburg Times/James P. Kerlin
Assistantship
Requires thirteen hours of work a week at
the Brechner Center for Freedcm of
Information.
Eigititli. graduate students studying
ccnmunication law or freedom of
infornaticn.
Value: varies

Graduate Teaching/Research
Assistantships
Requires 10 to 20 hours of work each
week, depending on appointment.
Eligit3lity need teaching or research
blitie.
Value: varies

COLLEGE OF LAW
Contact: Carol Huber, 164 Holland Law
Center; www.law.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListin. asep.

Airth, Clayton, Warren, and Sisler
Scholarship Fund
Eligi lity: entering student; three-year
merit scholarship awarded every three
years; requires a 2.8-4.0 GPA needed to
renew.
Value: $4,000, three awards

Florida Chapter, American Academy
of Matrimonial Lawyers Tuition
Scholarship Fund


Value: $4,000 award

Ralph R. Bailey Scholarship Fund
El4ility: incoming and currently enrolled
law students who have been residents of
Broward County for one year before
applying; academic standing, financial
need, sound character, integrity, and
achievement in undergraduate
extracrriaular activities.
Value: $3,500, renewable; five fall, two
spring

Guy W. Botts Memorial Scholarship
ELigility: entering students; three-year
merit scholarship awarded every three
years; 2.8-4.0 GPA in law school needed
to renew.
scholarship awarded every three years.
Value: two $4,000 awards annually

Ernest B. and Estelle Pierce Bowles
Memorial Scholarship
Eligility: UF law students.
Value: varies

Broad and Cassel Florida Law Review
Scholarship Fund
Eigibiity: senior editors of the Florida
Law Review.
Value: summer stipends; varies
Frank E. Bryant, Jr., Scholarship Fund
ELigility: entering law school students,
preferably Florida residents; academic
achievement.
Value: $4,000 a year, three years; three
awards

Judge George C. Carr Scholarship Fund
Eligility: entering students; three-year
merit scholarship awarded every three
years; 2.8-4.0 GPA in law school needed
to renew.
Value: $4,000, three awards

Cokers, Myers, Schickel, Cooper, &
Sorenson P.A. Scholarship
Eligibity: students participating in trial
competition team at UF; based on
merit.
Value: $350-$850, eight awards

Clifford W. Crandall Scholarship Fund
Eligitility: worthy law students who
demonstrate financial need.
Value: varies

rving Cypen Freshman Scholarship Fund
Eligitility: student who earns the
highest GPA during the first year of law
school.
Value: $3,500, $2,500, $2,000;
disbursed in May for the previous fall
class, December for the previous spring
class

Cypen and Cypen Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: entering students; three-year
merit scholarship awarded every three
years; 2.8-4.0 needed to renew.
Value: $2,000, two awards

Darrey A. Davis Memorial
Scholarship Fund
Eligitility: students who have completed
one year of law school at UF with
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and commitment to highest ethical
standards of the profession; law GPA in
top 25 percent.
Value: $6,000 with renewal if eligible
and offer of summer clerkship; fall
award

Dean, Mead, Egerton, Bloodworth,
Capouano, and Bozarth P. A. Endowed
Scholarship Fund
Eigibility: tax students; consideration of
finanial need; law students, with first
consideration to those in JD or LLM
programs.
Value: up to $7,500

John W. Donahoo Scholarship Fund
ELigibility: entering students; merit
scholarship; 2.8-4.0 GPA needed to
renew.
Value: $4,000, two awards; three-
year scholarship awarded every three
years

Dorini Family Graduate Tax
Scholarship Fund
ELigitlity meritorious tax students.
Value: up to $7,500
Dunspaugh-Dalton Foundation, Inc.,
Scholarship Fund
EiUihlity: entering students; three-year
merit scholarship awarded every three
years; must have 2.8-4.0 law school GPA
to renew.
Value: $4,000, three awards
Atwood Dunwody Scholarship Fund
Eigiality. second-year law students with
good acadeanic standing and financial
need; 2.8 law school GPA needed to
renew.
Value: $1,000, two awards
Chester Ferguson Scholarship Fund
Eligility. outstanding freshmen who are
fall and spring entrants; merit and need.
Value: $1,000 awards, 16 fall, 6 spring
Carlton, Fields, Ward, Ehmanuel, Smith,
& Cutler Scholarship
EiUihlity: entering students; three-year
merit scholarship awarded every three
years; 2.8 law school GPA to renew.
Value: $4,000, two awards
Florida Worker's Caopensation Institute,
Inc., Scholarship Fund
ELigiility: entering students; three-year
merit scholarship awarded every three
years; 2.8-4.0 GPA in law school to
renew.
Value: $2,000 per year
Michael M. Fogarty Memorial
Scholarship Fund
Eligitility: entering students; merit and
need; 2.8-4.0 law school GPA to renew.
Value: $4,000

James J. Freeland Graduate Tax
Scholarship
Eligibility: outstanding seniors; based on
academic achievement and leadership.
Value: varies
Gertrude Brick Law Review
Apprentice Prize Fund
Eligi lity: outstanding editors on the


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Law Review Board; awardees are voted
on by the board each semester.
Value: varies
Harry F. Goodmark Scholarship
Eligility four semesters of law school;
danonstrated interest in representing
workers in worker compensation
proceedings or in labor law or anployment
law on behalf of low-inacme workers.
Value: $1,500; one fall and one spring
award

Gray, Harris, and Robinson, P. A.,
Endowed Scholarship Fund
Eligiility: entering students; three-year
merit scholarship awarded every three
years; must have 2.8-4.0 law school GPA
to renew.
Value: $4,000, three awards

Richman Greer Weil Brumbaugh Mirabito
& Christensen Scholarship Fund in Honor
of Robert L. Floyd
Eligibility: incoming students; based on
merit and recommendation of the dean
and committee; renewable with
committee-approved GPA.
Value: varies
Eldridge Hart Loan Fund
Eligiility: first-year students with
additional loans for second and third
years based on academic achievement
of satisfactory grades; based on merit
and need.
Value: varies
Evelyn Hartman Scholarship Fund
Eligiility: entering students; three-year
merit scholarship awarded every three
years; 2.8-4.0 law school GPA to renew.
Value: $1,000-$2,700, thirteen awards

Judge William T. Hodges Tuition
Scholarship Fund
Eligiility: students who demonstrate
academic merit; three-year scholarship
awarded every three years; 2.8-4.0 GPA
needed to renew.
Value: $4,000
Holland and Knight LLP Scholarship
Fund
Three-year merit scholarship awarded
every three years.
Eligiiity. entering students; ; 2.8-4.0 law
school GPA to renew; also based on LSAT.
Value: $4,000, every fall and spring
Card, Merrill, Cullis, Timn, Furen, &
Ginsburg P. A. Scholarship Fund
Eligiility: entering law students; based
on GPA, LSAT score, and financial need;
preference to Sarasota County
residents.
Value: $4,000 fall award; up to three
years
Jacksonville Law Alumni Tuiticn
Scholarship Fund
Eig ility. entering law students; based on
GPA, LSAT score and financial need;
preference given to Jackscnville area
resident.
Value: $4,000 spring award; up to three
years


Eigiity:. outstanding freshman; three-
year merit scholarship awarded every
three years; 2.8-4.0 law school GPA to
renew; also based on LSAT scores.
Value: $4,000 per year; spring award

Lane, Trohn, Clarke, Bertrand, &
Williams Scholarship Fund
Three-year merit scholarship awarded
every three years.
Eligibiity: entering students, preferably
from Polk County; 2.8-4.0 GPA in law
school needed to renew; also based on
LSAT score.
Value: $4,000, three awards

Law School Faculty Scholarship Fund
Eigijlity: entering J.D. students based on
GPA, LSAT, and financial need.
Value: $4,000, three awards per year

Willian F. and Elizabeth R. Leonard Tuiticn
Scholarship
Three-year merit scholarship awarded
every three years.
Eliglity: academic merit; 2.8-4.0 GPA to
renew.
Value: $4,000

James W. Locke Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: entering students; preference
to males; based on need and merit.
Value: $1,000, six awards

Lake Lytal, Jr. Scholarship FRnd
Eligiility: entering students; merit and
financial need; 2.8-4.0 GPA needed to
renew; consideration to applicants with
commitment to making contributions to
a pluralistic community and
continuation of a diverse student body;
sensitivity to and understanding of
racial and ethnic issues in society;
commitment to learning to better
communicate across the social lines of
gender race, generation, geography and
class; ability to overcame educational,
social or family disadvantages;
leadership potential.
Value: varies
W. D. Macdonald Prize Fund
Eligiility: graduating senior from
summer, fall, and spring semesters with
the highest cumulative law school
average.
Value: $3,000

MacFarlane, Ausley, Ferguson, and
McCullen Scholarship Fund
Eligiility: entering students, based on
merit and financial need; three-year
scholarship awarded every three years;
need a 2.8-4.0 law school GPA to
renew.
Value: $4,000, three awards

-rillipJ. MacLennan Memorial
Scholarship Fund
Eligiility: fall entrants with academic
achievement.
Value: $4,000; three awards a year; three
years

Frank Maloney Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: outstanding first-year
students entering in fall; GPA and LSAT


scores.
Value: $4,000 per year

Esther Guthery Mautz and Robert Barbeau
Mautz Law Review Scholarship
Eligibility: editors in chief of Florida Law
Review.
Value: varies
Richard E. and Patricia M. McGee
Scholarship
Eigliity: merit scholarship for entering
students; 2.8 to renew.
Value: $3,750 per year; three-year
scholarship awarded every three years

Robert E. "Jeff" M}Neill
Scholarship Fund
Eligitility: spring entrant from Florida;
based on GPA and LSAT score.
Value: $1,500, spring award

Nestor and Virginia Morales
Scholarship Fund
Eligility. entering students; three-year
merit scholarship awarded every three
years; 2.8-4.0 GPA to renew; LSAT
scores.
Value: $4,000 per year

John C. Pinkerton Scholarship Fund
Eligility: entering students; three-year
merit scholarship awarded every three
years; 2.8-4.0 GPA to renew; LSAT
scores.
Value: $4,000, three annual awards;
three-year scholarship awarded every
three years

Terrye Coggin Proctor Merit Manorial
Scholarship Fund
EigHlity: law students demonstrating
merit and financial need; LSAT scores;
must maintain a 2.8 law school GPA to
renew.
Value: one $5,000 and one $2,500; in
fall; renew up to three years
Terrye Coggin Proctor Tuition Scholarship
EigHlity. law students, based on merit
and need; maintain 2.8 law school GPA to
renew.
Value: $4,000 spring award; up to three
years

Frank and Louise Reed Manorial
Scholarship Fund
EligIlity: entering students; merit
scholarship; 2.8-4.0 GPA needed to
renew; 3.0 GPA for the sanester prior to
application.
Value: $4,000 per year, two awards;


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Justus Reid Scholarship Fund
Eligib lit entering students; three-year
merit scholarship awarded every three
years; 2.8-4.0 GPA in law school needed
to renew; also based on LSAT score.
Value: $4,000 two awards, fall award

Mark A. Rentenbach Graduate Tax
Scholarship
Eligiblity entering students; merit and
need; 2.8-4.0 GPA in law school to renew.
Value: $1,000 per year
Walter "Bud" Robiscn, III, Maorial
Scholarship
Eigibility: outstanding second- or third-
year students with financial need; 2.8 law
GPA.
Value: $2,500, fall award
Douglas Edwin Salisbury Scholarship
Eigibility: Blanche Salisbury, longtime
friend of UF, established this endowment
to assist law students in loving memory of
her husband, Douglas Edwin Salisbury.
Value: varies

Shutts & Bowen Meyers-Wolfe Memorial
Tuition Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: entering law students;
exemplary character and scholarship.
Value: one $4,000

W. Paul and Erin C. Shelley
Scholarship Fund
Eigibility: entering students; 2.8-4.0 law
school GPA to renew; also based on LSAT.
Value: $4,000, three awards; three-year
merit scholarship awarded every three
years

I. C. Spoto Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: second-year law students
with good academic standing and
financial need; 2.8 law school GPA to
apply.
Value: $1,250, spring award

Richard B. Stephens Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: outstanding student in tax
program.
Value: $1,000 per year

Sherwood L. Stokes-General
Practtiicne Sdilarship
Eligibility: law students (not graduate
students); based on merit.
Value: varies

Sherwood L. Stokes-Professor Clarence
J. TeSelle Scholarships
Eligibility: meritorious law students.
Value: varies
Sherwood L. Stokes-Professor
James W. Day Scholarship
Eligibility: meritorious law students.
Value: varies
John W. Thatcher Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: tax students.
Value: up to $7,500

Ronnie W. Walker Scholarships
Eligiility: top eight trial tean finalists.
Value: $350-$850, sixteen awards


Judge James Bryan Whitfield
Constitutional Law Scholarship Fund
Eligiblity: graduating law students; high
proficiency and interest in constitutional
law.
Value: $2,000
Hervey and Patricia Yancey
Scholarship Fund
Eligility: entering students; merit; must
maintain a 2.8 law school GPA to renew.
Value: $4,000, three-year scholarship
awarded every three years
Evan J. Yegelwel Fellowship
EligilityL students with legal internships in
non-profit organizations, especially
prevention of hate crime; preference to
interns with Anti-Defamation League; must
make presentation in conjunction with the
UF Center for the Study of Race and Race
Relaticns.
Value: varies
Zinermean, Shuffield, Kiser, & Sutcliffe,
PA, Fall Moot Court Caopetition Fund
Eligility moot court competition winners.
Value: $500, four awards

Scholarships

Leroy Franklin Lewis Memorial Fund
Eliiiity: law students needing
temporary, emergency financial assistance
related to educational expenses; minimum
2.0 GPA and registered for at least 12
credit hours; preference to second and
third-year students.
Value: varies
G. L. Patten, Sr./G. L. Patten, Jr.
Memorial Scholarship
Eligibility: law students who are
interested in public service careers.
Value: varies

Justice Richard W. Ervin Scholarship
Fund
Eliilty: graduates from December, May,
or August classes; 2.8 law GPA.
Value: $1,000, fall award

UF Endowed Loans
The following endowed loan fund is
administered by the UF Foundation.
For information, check with the
departmental contact person or the
Foundation Web site at:
www.uff. ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing. asp.

Eldridge Hart Loan Fund
Eligility: first-year students with
additional loans for second and third years
based on academic achievement of
satisfactory grades; based on merit and
need.
Value: $900, ten awards

Loans

Karl B. Block, Jr., Maorial Loan Fund
Eligibty: entering freshen residents of
Dade County; undergraduate GPA of at
least 3.2; score of or average of 36 on
the LSAT; camnunity service activities
are stressed.


Value: $900; fall award; renewable for
second and third years with 2.8 Law GPA

Ralph Blowers Memorial Loan Fund
Short-term loans.
Eligibility: law students; financial need.
Value: $250 limit

Brevard County Bar Association
Scholarship Fund
Eligibiity: Brevard county residents who
have completed two semesters of law
school.
Value: $1,000 per year; must be repaid in
five years, starting cne year after
graduation

Clearwater Bar Association Memorial
Loan Fund
Eligbility: third-year law students who
live in the Clearwater/Largo area have
priority; based on financial need and
academic standing.
Value: varies

Martha B. Culpepper Memorial Loan
Fund
Eligbility: students who have completed
one semester of law school.
Value: varies

Florida Bar Foundation, Glenn Terrell
Scholarship Fund
Administered by the Florida Bar
Foundation; applications available frcm
College of Law.
Eligiblity: law students who have
completed two semesters.
Value: $3,000

Harriet-Homer Memorial Loan Fund
Eligbiity. priority to second- and third-
year students.
Value: varies

Leroy Franklin Lewis Memorial
Loan Fund
Eligiblity. second- and third-year law
students have priority; 2.0 law GPA
required.
Value: varies

Miami Beach Bar Association
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: residents of Dade County who
have completed two semesters of law
school in good acadanic standing.
Value: $500

Michael C. Murphy Loan Fund
Ninety day loans.
Eligiblity: preference to law students with
hone addresses in 3rd Judicial Circuit.
Value: $250 limit; no interest if paid cn
time

Phi Alpha Delta Loans
Short-tern loans for law students.
Eiibility: student fraternity members.
Value: $1,500 limit; no interest

Phi Delta Phi Loan Fund
Eligbility: manbers of local chapter.
Value: $500 limit

Robinson Reese Saunders Loan Fund
Eligiility entering freshmen with a 3.2
GPA and an average of 36 on the LSAT;


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based on need and promise of success in
law school; renewable with 2.8 GPA.
Value: $900

Senior Law Loan Fund
Short-term loans.
Eligitblit law school seniors.
Value: varies

Dean Slagle Memorial Fund
Eligitblit needy law students in good
standing; priority to third-year students.
Value: varies

C. J. TeSelle Memorial Loan Fund
Eligibil t third-year students have
priority; based on need and academic
standing.
Value: varies

University Club of Orlando Loan Fund
Eligiblity must have completed one
semester of law school.
Value: varies

General Funds
James W. Day Student Loan Fund
Mark Hulsey, Jr., Student Loan Fund
L. David Llewelyn Loan Fund
Giddings E. Mabry Loan Fund
Frank E. Maloney Memorial Loan Fund
Students in the graduate tax program
should contact the Graduate Tax Office,
College of Law, for further information.

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL
ARTS & SCIENCES CLASS )
Contact: Deans Office, 2014
Turlington Hall, www.clas.ufl.edu
Every fall, the College of Liberal Arts
and Sciences (CLAS) awards
approximately fifteen, one-semester
dissertation fellowships to deserving
graduate students whose projects are
judged by the selection ccumittee to be
highly meritorious. Successful
applicants receive a stipend and paid
tuition during the following spring or
summer semester. These awards are
named fellowships supported by several
UF Fcundaticn funds, including: the
Michael Aschoff Dissertation Fellowship
Award Fund, the Gerson Jewish Studies
Fellowship, the Robin and Jean Gibson
Fellowship Endcwment, the Kenneth and
Janet Keene Fellowship, the McGinty
Endowment, the Charles Vincent and
Heidi Cole Mclaughlin Endowment Fund,
the Hazen E. Nutter Scholarship Fund,
the Albert C. and Vanda N. O'Neill, Jr.,
Liberal Arts and Sciences Excellence
Fund, the Russell Corporation Endowed
Scholarship Fund and the Threadgill
Scholarship Program.
Contact: Associate Dean for Faculty
Affairs, 2121 Turlington Hall, 392-
2230

Michael Aschoff Dissertation
Fellowship Award Fund
Eligibityi CLAS graduate students
working cn a dissertation.
Value: varies


Robin and Jean Gibson Fellowship
Endowment
Eligblity. dissertaticn-level graduate
students whose projects are judged by
the college selection ccmittee to be
highly meritorious.
Value: varies
O. Ruth McQuown Scholarship
Eigillity. females with excellent
academics enrolled full-time in hunanities
or social sciences, or with interdisciplinary
majors in the two, or in wcnen's studies.
Deadline: February each year; for exact
date, please contact the office above.
Value: $7,500 to continuing students;
$10,000 to incoming students
Russell Corporation Endowed Scholarship
Fund
Eliglity. graduates students working on
their dissertations whose projects are
judged to be highly meritorious.
Value: varies
Threadgill Scholarship Program Fund
Eliglity. graduates students working on
their dissertations whose projects are
judged to be highly meritorious.
Value: varies

Center for African Studies
Contact: Director, 427 Grinter Hall,
392-2183, www.africa.ufl.edu
U.S. Department of Education-funded
Title VI Foreign Language and Areas
Studies (FLAS) Fellowship
Contact: Corinna Greene, 427 Grinter
Hall, 392-2183
Eligibility: academic year fellowships
awarded to graduate students
pursuing degrees in any discipline
with a concentration in African area
studies; students must enroll in
African language study (eligible
languages at UF are Akan, Amharic,
Arabic, Swahili, Zulu/Xhosa, Wolof,
and Yoruba); must be accepted to the
disciplinary department of their
choice prior to being considered for
an award.
Deadline: February 14
Value: $14,000 plus all tuition/fees
renewable for three years; one award

Fellowships
U.S. Department of Education funded
Title VI Summer Foreign Intensive
Foreign Language and Area Studies
(FLAS) Fellowships
Contact: Corinna Greene, 427 Grinter
Hall, 392-2183
Eligibility: summer fellowships are
awarded to graduate students pursuing
degrees with a concentration in African
area studies to undertake intensive
language study at any USDOE Title VI
approved institution.
Deadline: February 14
Value: $2,400 plus tuition at host
institution; travel awards may be
available

Graduate Pre-dissertation Research
Travel Awards


Contact: Todd Leedy, 427 Grinter
Hall, 392-2183
ELigibility: graduate students in any
discipline planning to travel to Africa to
conduct pre-dissertation research in
preparation to prepare dissertation
proposals and/or apply for dissertation
research funds.
Value: $500 to $1,000; recent
awards included the David L. Niddrie
Memorial Award and Dr. Hunt and
Jeanne Davis award

Dr. Madelyn Lockhart Graduate
Student Pre-Dissertation Travel
Award Contact: Todd
Leedy, 427 Grinter Hall, 392-2183
Eligibility: graduate students in any
discipline planning to travel to Africa to
conduct pre-dissertation research in
preparation to prepare dissertation
proposals and/or apply for dissertation
research funds.
Value: $1,000

David L. Niddrie Memorial Scholarship
Contact: Todd Leedy, 427 Grinter
Hall, 392-2183
Eligibility: the author of the best
proposal in any discipline by a UF
graduate student intending to conduct
field research in Africa.
Value: varies.

Center for European Studies
Contact: Director, 3340 Turlington
Hall, 392-8902,
http://crove.ufl.edu/~ces/

CES Graduate Research/Travel Grant
Eligibility: Graduate students working
explicitly on modern or contemporary
Europe can apply for funds to be used to
assist in traveling to Europe for a
conference where they are presenting a
paper, to support intensive language
training in a qualifying lesser or least
taught European language or to help
research programs related to the
dctoral dissertaticn. Deadline:
November 1 and March 14; please
consult the center for other deadlines.
Value: maximum of $1,000

Center for Gerontological
Studies
Contact: Director, 2326 Turlinton Hall,
392-2116 www.ceron.ufl.edu
Leightcn E. Cluff Scholarship
ELigtJlit students in the Center for
Gercntological Studies.
Value: $1,200 plus a plaque and posting
cf essay summary on Institute on Aging
Web site

Center for Greek Studies
Contact: Director, 125 Dauer Hall,
392-2075, ext. 265
www. classics .ufl. edu/CGS/crstudies .html

Liberty and George Perry Memorial
Scholarship in Greek Studies
Eigbility. students selected by the Center


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for Greek Studies Director based on
academic standing, financial need and
c mpleticn of or enrollment in at least
cne course in Hellenic language or
civilization at iF.
Value: $2,000

Center for Jewish Studies
Contact: Director, 105 Walker Hall,
392-9247, web.ist.ufl.edu
Scholarships in Jewish Conmunal
Services
Eligiblity: graduate students pursuing
careers in Jewish ccmnunity service.
Value: varies

Center for Women's Studies
and Gender Research
Contact: Office Director, 3324
Turlington Hall, 392-3365,
www.wst.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListincg.asp.

Madelyn Lockhart Fellowship Fund
Eligiblity full-time, female Ph.D.
candidates who have completed doctoral
coursework, have been admitted to
candidacy, and are ready to write their
dissertation.
Deadline: applications due March 1
Value: $1,000

Tybel Spivack Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: undergraduate or graduate
students, preferably over 40, who have
returned to school and are working with
an emphasis in language; must be
studying for a degree or certificate or
pursuing a women's studies minor.
Value: at least $500, applications due
spring

Scholarships

Judith Brown Endowment
Eigiility students who are experienced,
cormitted feminist activists.
Value: $100-$300, depends upon tuition

Alice Charlotte Hogsett Award for
Education for Women and Girls
Eligibility: writer of best student paper,
project, or proposal focused on the
education of wnr and girls; faculty- or
self-nnminaticn; letter frcm faculty
member under whose supervision work
was carried out.
Value: $500, applications due in spring

Irene Thcmpson Scholarship
Eligiblity students majoring in or
demonstrating a strong commitment to
Women's Studies; applications due in
sprg.
Value: $500


Department of Anthropology
Contact: Department Chair, 1112
Turlington Hall, 392-2253,
web.anthro.ufl. ed

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListincg.asp.

John M. Goggin Memorial
Scholarship Fund
Contact: Associate Chair, 1112
Turlington Hall. 392-2253
Eligibiity: dissertation-level graduate
students in anthropology; preference to
descendants of Robert W. Goggin.
Value: up to six $1,000 awards, in
spring
Dr. William R. Maples
Scholarship Fund
Contact: Anthony Falsetti, 1112
Turlington Hall, 392-2253
Eligibiity: forensic anthropology
students.
Value: up to four $500 awards, in
spring

Scholarships

Custom Copies and Textbooks Graduate
Student Travel Fund
Contact: Department Chair, 1112
Turlington Hall, 392-2253
Eigiblity contact CLAS Department of
Anthropology.
Value: unspecified
Charles H. Fairbanks Award
Contact: Department Chair, 1112
Turlington Hall, 392-2253Eligijity:
dissertaticn-level archeology students.
Value: up to six $1,000 awards annually
Polly and Paul Doughty Graduate Research
Award
Contact: Associate Department Chair,
1112 Turlington Hall, 392-2253
Eligibiity: travel and research grant for
anthropology graduate students for
projects dealing with international
peace and development, with
preference for Latin America.
Value: up to three $1,000 awards
annually given in spring

Department of Botany
Contact: Department Graduate
Coordinator, 220 Bartram Hall, 392-
1175, web.botanv.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:


www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListinq.asp.

Lewis and Varnia Vaughn Fellowship in
Orchid Biology
Eligibility: graduate students with at
least a year of standing research in
some aspect of orchid biology; must
have a minimum GPA of 3.5 in science
courses and 3.0 in ncn-science courses.
Value: $5,000 per semester

Department of Chemistry
Contact: Department Office, 214 Leigh
Hall, 392-0541, web.chem.ufl.edu

Roger G. and Jo Bates Graduate
Fellowship
Contact: James Winefordner, 264 Keene-
Flint Annex, 392-0556
Eligiblity: advanced graduate students
concentrating in analytical chemistry
who have made outstanding progress in
their graduate career; must be
nominated by research adviser.
Value: $1,000

Butler Polymer Research Laboratory
Graduate Fellowship Award
Contact: Ken Wagener, 264 Keene-Flint
Annex, 392-4666
Eigibility: student members of the
Butler Polymer Research Laboratory
with excellent grades and significant
research progress; good citizen of the
polymer program; completed degree
requirements at least through the oral
exam, and presenting the following
academic year; must be nominated by
laboratory faculty member.
Value: variable

Center for Chemical Physics Graduate
Fellowship
Contact: Ben Smith, 264 Keene-Flint
Annex
Eligiblity: incoming students with high
qualifications; premise of an outstanding
graduate study career in chemical physics.
Value: varies

Colonel Allen R. and MBrgaret G. Crow
Graduate Fellowship
Contact: Ben Smith, 264 Keene-Flint
Annex, 392-4666
Eligibity: post-qualifying graduate
student.
Value: $2,000, awarded each fall
Dow Chemical Alumni Fund
Graduate Fellowship
Contact: Ben Smith, 264 Keene-Flint
Annex, 392-4666
ELigiblity. post-qualifying Ph.D. candidates
in any are of chemistry; must be
nominated by faculty member.
Value: $6,000

Herbert and Marjorie Laitinae
Graduate Fellowship
Contact: Ben Smith, 264 Keene-Flint
Annex, 392-4666
Eligibiity: advanced graduate students
in analytical chemistry who have made
outstanding progress in their graduate
career; nomination by research adviser.


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Value: $1,000

W. M. Jcnes Award for Originality and
Creativity in Organic and Inorganic
Chemistry
Contact: Jon Stewart, 264 Keene-Flint
Annex, 392-4666
Eligibility: third- and fourth-year graduate
students in organic/organcmetallic
chemistry; to candidate who successfully
defends most creative qualifying exam
research proposal in previous year.
Value: $1,000
Proctor and Ganble Scholarship
Contact: Ben Smith, 264 Keene-Flint
Annex, 392-4666
Eligibility chemistry graduate students
with outstanding research
accomplishment.
Value: $500, ten awards annually

William and Arlene Ruegamer Biochemistry
Scholarship
Contact: Ben Smith, 264 Keene-Flint
Annex, 392-4666
Eligiility. post-qualifying graduate
students engaged in biochemistry
research; application deadline February 15
each year.
Value: $6,000

Harry H. Sisler Graduate Fellowship
Contact: Ben Smith, 264 Keene-Flint
Annex, 392-4666
Eligibility graduate students researching
inorganic chemistry.
Value: $500

Anm R. Stasch Menorial Scholarship
Contact: Ben Smith, 264 Keene-Flint
Annex, 392-4666
Eligibility: students whose concentration
is chemistry; priority to female graduate
students.
Value: $1,000, four awards annually

Department of Classics
Contact: Department Office, 125 Dauer
Hall, 392-2075, web.classics.ufl.edu

Joseph Jay Deiss Memorial Scholarship for
Sumner Study in Italy
Eligibility classics degree program
students.
Value: $3,000, up to two awards
James Dickison Award
Eligiility graduate students in classics.
Value: $150

Department of Communication
Sciences and Disorders
Contact: Department Chair, 335
Dauer Hall, 392-2035,
web. csd.ufl. edu
The department administers a number of
traineeships, fellowships, scholarships, and
assistantships frcm sources such as the
U.S. Department of Education, Federal
Research Grants, and UF. Additional
information is available frcm the
department.

UF Endowed Scholarships


and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff. ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing. asp.

Thomas B. Abbott Scholarship Fund
Contact: Department Scholarship
Committee, 335 Dauer Hall
Eliiility: graduate students in
ccmnunication sciences and disorders;
academic merit; background should
include excellent clinical work experience,
active participation in campus activities
and a strong ccnmitment to the
profession.
Value: up to two $1,000 awards, in fall

Scholarships

Lew Sarette Scholar
Contact: Department Scholarship
Committee, 335 Dauer Hall, 392-2035
Eliibility. incoming graduate students who
have at least a 3.0 GPA, 1000 GRE, and
three letters or recnmnendation.
Value: $2,000

Department of English
Contact: Graduate Coordinator,
4008 Turlington Hall, 392-6650,
web.enalish.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing. asp.

Rcbert H. Bowers Fund
Eibility qualified literature students
specializing in medieval/renaissance
studies.
Value: $1,000 for one year

Michael Hauptman Scholarship Fund
Eligiblity. worthy students with financial
need.
Value: varies
T. Walter Herbert Fellowship Fund
Eligiblity. incTming graduate students in
the MFA creative writing program.
Value: $1,000

Edwin C. Kirkland and Mary
Kirkland-Johns Scholarship
Eligibility: students studying folklore or
Victorian English; financial need and
academic merit.
Value: (1) M.A. candidates: $5,000 for
two years (can be supplemented with
assistantship and tuition waiver); (2)
for Ph.D. candidates: first and third-
years; $5,000 each year (can be
supplemented with assistantship and
tuition waiver); second- and fourth-
years: $17,500 each year plus tuition;
and $500 for professional travel once


during tenure of award; renewals
subject to satisfactory progress review
and eligibility

Rebecca Elizabeth Porter Creative
Writing Fellowship
Eligibility: incoming female creative
writing students in the MFA creative
writing program.
Value: $1,000 for one year

Scholarships

Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Baskin
Fellowship
Eligibility: graduate students inclined
toward the development of American
literature and promotion of its study.
Value: $1,000-$4,000 for one, two, or
three years (renewal subject to
satisfactory progress)

Grinter Fellowships
Eligility: graduate students.
Value: $1,000-$4,000 for three years
renewall subject to satisfactory progress)

Department of Geography
Contact: Graduate Coordinator, 3125
Turlington Hall, 392-0494,
web.qceoc.ufl.edu

Ryan Poehling Manorial Fellowship
Contact: Contact: Graduate Coordinator,
3125 Turlington Hall, 392-0494
Eigibility: geography graduate students.
Value: $1,000, annually in the spring

Department of Geological
Sciences
Contact: Department Chair, 241
Williamson, 392-2231,
web. eoloyv.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing.asp.

Edward D. Danker Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: awarded to graduate
geological sciences students based on
academic merit, and graduating
geological sciences senior who has
contributed to the department through
academic ability, enthusiasm, and
interest in geology.
Value: varies



Scholarships
Ernst Award
Eligibility: outstanding teaching
assistants teaching at the 1000-2000
level or the 3000 level or above;
excellence in preparation of
discussions/laboratory exercises,
interactions with students and the
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activities in the classroom.
Value: $200, two awards

Horn Award
Eligibility: outstanding graduate
students; motivation, enthusiasm,
research activity, and involvement in
the department.
Value: $ 2 0 0

Shewey Award
Eligibility: entering graduate
students; scholastic achievements and
potential.
Value: varies

Thompson Scholarship
Eligibility: graduate students.
Value: varies

Department of History
Contact: Graduate Coordinator, 7A
Keene-Flint Hall, www.historv.ufl.edu
UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing.asp.

Jack and Celia Proctor Scholarship
in History Fund
Eligibility: graduate students
demonstrating academic excellence.
Value: $500

Samuel Proctor Fellowship Fund
in History
Eligibility: graduate history students
with excellent academic records
conducting research in Florida history
or southern history.
Value: $10,000 awarded annually

Linda D. Vance Fellowship
History Fund
Eligibility: graduate students whose
thesis or dissertation research
focuses on an aspect of women's
history.
Value: $500 awarded annually

Scholarships

Roger Haigh Award
Eligibility: history students with
excellence in research majoring in
Latin American history.
Value: $250-$750 awarded annually

Kimberly Hanger Graduate
Research Award


Eligibility: dissertation research
award for students who have
completed qualifying exams.
Value: $250-$1,000, awarded fall
and spring

Daniel L. Koleos Graduate Scholarship
Contact: Department Chair, 25
Keene-Flint Hall
Eligibility: awarded annually to
graduate students) performing with
special merit in their qualifying
exams.
Value: $1,250

Samuel Proctor Graduate Teaching
Assistant Award
Eligbility: outstanding teaching
assistants.
Value: $500 awarded annually

Department of Mathematics

Contact: Department Chair, 358
Little Hall, web.math.ufl.edu

Keene Graduate Fellowship
This scholarship rotates annually
between the Departments of
Mathematics and Statistics.
Eligibility: incoming students;
academic merit.
Deadline: January 15
Value: $7,500; normally
supplemented with additional
fellowship/teaching assistantship
funds

Robert Long Essay Scholarship
Eligbility: students in the department
of mathematics.
Value: one $400, one $200 award,
each spring

Mathematics Department Graduate
Fellowship
Eligiblity: scholarly achievement and
academic progress.
Value: $500-$1,000, awarded
annually

Department of Physics

Contact: Graduate Coordinator, 2201
New Physics Building, 392-0521,
www.phvs.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/


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T. A. Scott Memorial Scholarship Fund
Eliibility: outstanding students
completing their thesis/dissertation
in experimental physics; awarded for
excellence in research.
Value: approximately $500
Scholarships

Charles F. Hooper, Jr., Memorial
Awards
Eigibility: senior graduate students in
physics who have shown distinction in
research and teaching.
Value: $250 awarded annually
J. Michael Harris Student Award
Memorial Awards
Eligibility: graduate students with
interest and research in the Institute
for Fundamental Theory.
Value: $3,000

Physics Teaching Assistant of the
Year
Eligbility: excellence in teaching
laboratory classes and in teaching
discussion sections.
Value: $100, normally two awards

Department of Political Science
web.polisci.ufl.edu/

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing.asp.

Honorable Walter "Skip" Campbell
Leadership Award
Contact: Stephen Craig, 209
Anderson Hall, 392-0262
Eligibility: graduate students focusing
on political campaigning.
Value: $500

Manning J. Dauer Fellowships Fund
Eligbility: graduate political science
students with excellent academic
records.
Value: $8,000-$10,000

H. Douglas Price American
Government Fund
Eligibility: graduate students in
political science with an emphasis on
American government.
Value: $2,000


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Scholarships

Dr. Barbara Noreen Roth
Memorial Award
Eligibility: political science students;
preference to non-traditional
students with financial need and
commitment to teaching and social
justice in research or community
service.
Value: $ 5 0 0

University of Dar Es Salaam Support
Fund
Eligibility: graduate students in
political science.
Value: $ 5 0 0

Department of Psychology

Contact: Graduate Coordinator, 114
PSY, 392-0601, www.psvch.ufl.edu

The Department offers financial
support to assist students who wish
to pursue graduate work leading to
doctoral degrees. Current assistance
includes teaching and research
assistantships, NICHD traineeships,
and Center for Neurobiological
Sciences fellowships.

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships

The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing.asp.

Gayle L. Eschmann Fellowship in
Psychiatry
Eligibility: graduate students in the
Department of Psychology.
Value: varies

E. Porter Home Memorial Award
Eligibility: outstanding graduate
students studying sensory processes,
perception and/or cognitive psychology.
Value: $1,000

Ted Landsman Endowed Fellowship Fund
7Elgibility: graduate psychology
students; preference to students
majoring in counseling or humanistic
psychology.
Value: $1,000, name on plaque

Pioneer Psychology Faculty Fund
9Elgibility: outstanding psychology
graduate students.
Value: $1,000, name on plaque

Henry C. and Audrey S. Schumacher
Fellowship
Eligibility: meritorious psychology
graduate students; awarded at


discretion of the dean and chair.
Value: $500, name on perpetual plaque

Scholarships

Developmental Psychology II Fund
eligibility: graduate students
attending summer terms.
Value: varies

E. F. Malagodi, Jr., Mknorial
Scholarship
Eligibility: outstanding behavior
analysis students.
Value: $1,000, name on plaque

Robert A. and Phyllis Levitt Award
Eligibility: outstanding psychobiology
students.
Value: $1,000, name on plaque

Allyn and Bacon/Longman Outstanding
Graduate Student Teaching Award
Eligibility: exemplary contributions to
undergraduate teaching of psychology.
Value: $500, name on perpetual plaque

Florence Shafer Memorial Fund
Eligibility: graduate students in the
clinical and health psychology.
Value: varies

Department of Romance
Languages and Literatures
Contact: Graduate Coordinator, 170
Dauer Hall, 392-2016, web.rll.ufl.edu

Ernest G. Atkin Memorial Fund
Eligibility: academic merit and students
must submit a one-page description of
coursework or research to be
accomplished during the summer.
Deadline: January 15
Value: $4,500, awarded odd-numbered
years

J. Wayne Connor Memorial
Scholarship/Fellowship
Eligibility: graduate or undergraduate
student majoring in French.
Value: varies

Else Duelund Scholarship
Eligibility: graduate French majors.
Value: $500, awarded odd-numbered
years

McGraw-Hill Professional Travel
Award
Eligibility: French or Spanish students,
for presenting papers at a conference.


Value: several awards, total $750
value

Pearson Education Professional
Travel Award
Eligibility: graduate students in
French or Spanish for presenting
papers at a conference.
Value: several awards, total $750
value

Department of Sociology
Contact: Department Chair,
3219 Turlington Hall, 392-0265,
web.soc.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.uf edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListincg.asp.
Jerome A. Connor Student Enrichment
Endowment
Eigbitliiy: undergraduate or graduate
students in the Department of
Sociology.
Value: $1,000 toward dissertation
expenses

Scholarships

Gorman Award for Excellence in
Quantitative Research
Eliilhity: awarded annually for excellence
in quantitative research.
Value: $400

Gorman Award for Macrosociology
Eligibility: Awarded annually for
excellence in large-scale sociological
analysis.
Value: $400 to be awarded annually
beginning in December 2005
Streib Award
ELigibility: winner of a graduate student
"Outstanding Paper" competition.
Value: $300 awarded annually

J. S. Vandiver T.A. of the Year Award
EigHlity sociology teaching assistants
who have excelled in teaching.
Value: $200

Department of Statistics
Contact: Department Chair, 102
Griffin-Floyd Hall, 392-1941,
www.stat.ufl.edu

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.uf 1.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing. asp.

Hatcher Foundation Statistics Fund
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Floyd Hall, 392-1941
Eligiblity graduate statistics students
who are United States citizens.
Value: varies

Annette Kendall Katzoff Fellowship Fund
Contact: Department Chair, 102 Griffin-
Floyd Hall, 392-1941
Eligiblity: Ph.D. students conducting
statistical methodological research
applicable to Alzheimer's disease and
related dementia.
Value: varies

Joan S. Mendenhall Fellowship Fund
Contact: Department Chair, 102 Griffin-
Floyd Hall, 392-1941
EligibJlit graduate statistics students
demonstrating acadneic excellence.
Value: varies

William Mendenhall Statistics Scholarship
Contact: Department Chair, 102 Griffin-
Floyd Hall, 392-1941
Eligitility: outstanding graduate
students in the Department of
Statistics; recipient selected by chair
and two faculty.
Value: varies

Merck Graduate Fellowship
Contact: Department Chair, 102 Griffin-
Floyd Hall, 392-1941
Eligitility: outstanding statistics
graduate students who successfully
pass the examination at the end of the
first year of graduate studies; criteria
include grade-point average,
performance in graduate studies,
demonstration of motivation and ability
for high caliber methodologic research,
and expression of interest in
biostatistics.
Value: varies


COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
(COM)
Contact: Eileen Parris, Box 114025,
UFHSC, www.med.ufl.edu

Need-Based Scholarships
The amounts of the following scholarships
vary each year. All accepted and current
UF medical students who show need and
have a completed firanial aid file will be
considered.

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListina. asp.

Cullen W. Banks, M.D. Scholarship
Fund
ELicaiility: C M students with: commitment


to making a pluralistic camunity and the
continuation of a diverse student body;
sensitivity and understanding of racial and
ethnic issues in society, particularly the
doctor/patient relationship; ccamitment
to learning to better communicate across
lines of gender, race, generation,
geography, and class; ability to overcame
educaticnal, social, or family
disadvantages, acadneic merit and
leadership potential.
Value: varies

Rdbert L. Batey, M.D. Cardiology
Scholarship Fund
Eligiblity: worthy COM students
specializing in cardiology.
Value: varies

Fred B. Bear Scholarship Fund
Eligiblity: medical students who
demonstrate financial need and academic
excellence; preference to students who
have expressed an interest in pulmonary
medicine.
Value: varies

Barbara Bourne Bennett Memorial Fund
Elimglity: rising fourth-year medical
students who exemplify Dr. Bennett's
devotion to teaching in the area of
women' s health.
Value: varies

Jean Lester Bennett, M.D.,
Scholarship Fund
Eigibtlity: senior medical students who
have decided cn a career in pediatrics.
Value: varies

Ralph G. Blodgett Scholarship Fund
EigfibTity: worthy medical students; based
cn financial need.
Value: varies

Dr. Mark David Buehler Scholarship Fund
Eigibity. junior Honors Program students;
preference to students with expressed
interest in emergency rocm medicine.
Value: varies

Dr. Denny M. Cook Memorial Scholarship
Fund
Eigibtlity: medical students; preference
granted to graduates of public high
schools in Plant City, Mt. Dora, or
Clermont.
Value: varies

Marc Desiderio Pediatric Oncology
Fellowship Fund
Eligility: fellows in the UF Pediatric
Hematology/Oncology Division.
Value: varies

Hilda W. Dobbins Scholarship Fund
Eligiblityn medical students; preference to
students from the eastern section of Palm
Beach County.
Value: varies

Jerome C. Faber, Jr. Memorial
Scholarship for Pediatric Cardiology
Fund
Eligibiity: fellows in the pediatric
cardiology.
Value: varies


Leon Gibbs, M.D. Scholarship Fund
Eigibility: financially impaired medical
students; granted without regard to
applicant's religion, age, gender, or
ethnic background.
Value: varies

Maurice H. Givens Scholarship Fund
Eigligiity medical students.
Value: varies

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Godron Medical
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility medical students; based on
financial need.
Value: varies

Haufler Psychiatry Fund
Eligiility. graduating seniors
demonstrating excellence and planning a
career in psychology.
Value: varies

Eugene C. Haufler Award
Eligiility. graduating seniors
demonstrating excellence and planning a
career in pediatrics.
Value: varies

Hugh Hill Scholarship Endowment Fund
Eligiblity. medical students in financial
need; U.S. citizens at the time of
admission.
Value: varies

George Graham Hunter Scholarship Fund
Eigtblity medical students in orthopedics.
Value: varies

George Graham Hunter Loan Fund
Eligitlity medical students in the field of
orthopedics; based on financial need.
Value: varies

Kenneth H. Leathers Scholarship Fund
Eligibility seoand-, third-, or fourth-year
medical students in the upper half of their
class; preference to those involved in
outside activities and vho are in financial
need.
Value: varies

Joyce Lindy Levin Scholarship Fund
Eligiblity: incoming medical student; need
with merit also considered; preference
given to students from Florida's Panhandle
area.
Value: varies; renewable

Laura McClamma Research Fellowship
Frd Eligibility: students researching
pediatric immune disorders.
Value: varies

Nell C. Miller Scholarship Fund
Eligiblity: medical students interested in
cardiovascular physiology or diseases,
or related problems.
Value: varies

Avonelle C. Noah Scholarship Fund
Eligibiity: medical students.
Value: varies

Palm Beach County Medical Society
Auxiliary Scholarship Fund
Eligibiity: third-year medical students;
graduates of a Palm Beach County high
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Value: varies

Helen Aubrey Pratt Scholarship Fund
Eligitility: medical students.
Value: varies

William R. Rarbo, Sr., Scholarship
in Medicine Fund
Eligiblity: medical students in need.
Value: varies

Cammie Greene Ross Scholarship
Eligitility: medical students; first priority
to students from Thomas County, Ga.;
remaining funding may support qualified
applicants from other areas.
Value: varies

Gerold L. Schiasler, M.D. Children's
Advocacy Award in Pediatrics
Eligitility: resident, fellow, or fourth-
year medical students preparing for a
career in pediatrics who most closely
exemplify Dr. Schiebler's commitment
and dedication to community service
and public good.
Value: varies

Josephine B. Sirmyer Fellowship Fund
for Occupational Therapy
Eligitility: medical students pursuing
studies in occupational therapy.
Value: varies

A. F. Wentworth Fellowship in
Forensic Medicine Fund
Eligitility: graduate students in forensic
medicine.
Value: varies

William W. and Marie C. Wolff
Scholarship Fund
Eligiblity: medical students dedicated to
the science of medicine who otherwise
could not receive such education.
Value: varies

Scholarships

Gold Family Scholarship Fund
Eligiblity: medical students who
demonstrate financial need.
Value: varies

Lawrence M. Goodman
Scholarship Fund
Eligiblity: deserving COM students who
demonstrate financial need.
Value: varies; renewable

James and Virginia Marrill Scholarship
Eligitility: medical students with
financial need.
Value: varies

C. J. Miller Scholarship
Eligitility: junior and senior medical
students in good academic standing.
Value: varies


Michael A. Rosin Scholarship
Eligibility: medical students with
financial need.
Value: varies

Wheat Medical Fund
Eligibility: contact the COM Office


of Financial Aid.
Value: varies

Hugh and Mabel Wilford Scholarship
Eligibility: contact the Office of Financial
Aid in the College of Medicine.
Value: varies

George W. Wirtanen Scholarship Fund
Eligitility: COM students who
demonstrate financial need.
Value: varies

Scholastic Achievement Awards

Caroline Annette Cody Memorial
Scholarship
Contact: Pat Siter
Eligibility: rising fourth-year students.
Value: varies

Alpha One Foundation Graduate Fellowship
Award supports research and specialized
patient care for those suffering from
Alpha-1.
Eigiblity: biomedical engineering program
graduate students.
Value: varies

H. H. Donegan Scholarship
Eligibility: medical students; based on
acadanic excellence and financial need.
Value: varies

Robert A. and Martha Eifert Loan Fund
Eligiblity: COM students.
Value: varies
Claudette Finley Scholarship Fund
Eligriblity: physical therapy students.
Value: varies

Grass Fellowship Urologic Oncology
Eigblity: Studets in the Department of
Surgery studying urologic oncology.
Value: varies

Dr. James E. Haibin, Jr., M3dical
Scholarship Fund
Eiigiblity COM students; based on
financial need.
Value: varies

Samuel D. Harris Scholarship
Eiigiblity Students who are a direct
relative of a United States citizen who
died in Vietnam; preference to
disadvantaged and married students
Value: varies

Heart Failure Fellowship
Eigiblity: contact the Office of Financial
Aid in the College of Medicine.
Value: varies

Mark W. Herrbold Memorial Fund
Eligiblity: third-year medical students who
demonstrate determination and
perseverance; consideration to students
who have overcome significant adversity
during their first three years of medical
school.
Value: varies

Hugh M. Hill FRn
Eligiblity: COM students demonstrating
financial need.
Value: varies


Jacquelyn B. Meade Memorial Fellowship
Eligibity:m. graduate students in oncology.
Value: varies

Medical College General Scholarship
EligHility: C M students.
Value: varies

Medical School M.D. Ph.D. Program
Eligtility: students pursuing an M.D. or
Ph.D. in the College of Medicine.
Value: varies

Drs. Osman/Rhoton Fellowship Exchange
Eligitlity: graduate students in
neurological studies participating in
fellowship exchanges through joint
educational programs between the UF
Department of Neurological Surgery and
the Ain Shams University Department of
Neurological Surgery.
Value: varies

Deanne Barlow Rcmrell Memorial Fund
Eligibility: senior medical students
showing attributes of professionalism,
compassion, empathy, warmth, and
sincere concern for patients they serve.
Value: varies

Schaeffer Family Scholarship
EligHility: COM students.
Value: varies

J. C. Spencer Memorial Fund
Eligiility: COM students who demonstrate
academic excellence, compassion and
candr. Value:
varies

H. Strain Scholarship
EligtibHity COM students.
Value: varies

Watt Fund
Eligiblity: first-year medical students;
preference to students who graduated
magna cum laude from Lincoln High
School or with honors from Leon
County High School in Tallahassee.
Consideration to students who
graduated with academic honors from
any Florida high school.
Value: varies

Loans

COM loan funds provide long- and short-
term loans to COM students in good
academic standing who can show
sufficient evidence of financial need.
These loans have been made possible
by grants from the AMA-Educational
Research Fund, Alumni Association,
Eifert Loan Fund, George W. Jenkins
Foundation/ Publix Scholarship, W. K.
Kellog Foundation, Dr. P. Ehillips
Foundation; Selby Foundation, Helen
Stargardt Memorial Loan Fund, Hugh
and Mabel Wilford Fund, and gifts frcm
several organizations and individuals
within Florida. Loans are administered
by the COM Financial Aid Office.

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SCIENCES

Army
Contact: Captain Don Rickel, 106 Van
Fleet Hall, 392-1395/392-ARMY (2769)

Army Reserve Officer Training Corps
(ROTC) Scholarships
EligHlity: full-time students in any
academic discipline interested in pursuing
a ccnmission in the U.S. Army; must be a
U.S. citizen age 17-30 with no criminal
record, merit (GPA 2.5 or above), and
leadership potential; two and three year
scholarships awarded to qualified college
seniors pursuing a master's degree or a
Juris Doctorate.
Value: tuition up to $17,000, lab fees,
$300 per semester for books, up to $400
per month allowance

Army Advanced Course Monthly
Allowance
Eligility: qualified students in advanced
military science courses.
Value: $350/400 per month during
academic year

Army Leader's Training Course
Scholarships
EligHlity: qualified students with 2.5 GPA
or higher; based on performance at
summer camp at Ft. Knox, KY; two years
remaining before graduation; open to
graduating seniors who will attend
graduate school.
Value: tuition up to $17,000, lab fees,
$300 per term for books, up to $400 per
month allowance

Simultaneous Membership Program
EligHlity. students in Army ROTC
advanced course program and members
of the Army Reserve or a National Guard
uhit.
Value: paid at minimum rate of Sergeant
(E-5) for drill periods and annual training
dates (plus up to $400 a month during
academic year)

COLLEGE OF NURSING
Contact:Karin Plifko-Harris, Associate
Dean, www.nursina.ufl.edu
Applications for the following support are
available through the College of Nursing
Office for Acadanic and Student Affairs in
Gainesville and the Offices of the Urban
Campus Directors. Awards are
administered through the College of
Nursing Office for Academic and Student
Affairs. Applicants must have ccnpleted
the equivalent of two sanesters of full-
time study in the college.

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff.uf l.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing.asp.


Brightest Students to Faculty
Eligbility undergraduate and graduate
students pursuing degrees in fast-track
and other programs within the College of
Nursing.
Value: varies

College of Nursing Endowed
Scholarship Fund
Eligiahlit nursing students.
Value: varies

Bayard and Arthur Fawcett Scholarship
Fund for Nursing Excellence
Eigitility: students demonstrating good
standing in nursing courses; preference
toward suitable candidates frcan
Charlotte County, FL, or if none,
candidates frcm other areas in Florida
renewable if student demonstrates
superior performance with a 2.5 GPA or
higher.
Value: varies

Laurie Foster Memorial Scholarship Fund
Eligility: undergraduate and graduate
nursing students.
Value: varies

Meredith Lewis Glover Menorial
Scholarship Fund
Eliglity: students who demonstrate
academic superiority and an interest and
canmitment pediatric intensive care
using.
Value: varies

lois Malasanos Scholarship Fund
Eigiblity. students who demonstrate
excellence in nursing; candidates
nominated by the College of Nursing
Alumni Association.
Value: varies

ranuel and Raidie P. Merdinger
Scholarship Fund
Eligilit.y: worthy students with financial
need enrolled in the College of Nursing.
Value: varies

Nursing Veteran's Scholarship
Eigility: nursing students; preference to
those with financial need who are
descendants of veterans.
Value: varies

Ruth Hay and Hans Schrader Nursing
Scholarship/Fellowship Fund
Eigility: meritorious undergraduate and
graduate nursing students.
Value: varies

Mary Grace Sorensen Memorial Nursing
Scholarship Fund
Eligility: nursing students.
Value: varies

Walter and Louise Sutcliffe
Scholarship Fund
Eligility: nursing students.
Value: varies

Leta Gertrude Thibert Nursing Scholarship
iEiilityn undergraduates in the college.
Value: varies.

F. Eugene Tuabs Critical Burn Nursing
Scholarship Fund


Eig3lity: students pursuing a master's
degree in the area of adult critical care
nursirn with specialization in burn care.
Value: varies.

Dixie Bayer Wellmon Scholarship
Endcwnnt Eligibility: Dixie Bayer Wellmon
Scholarship Endovnent
Value: varies

Wilder Sisters Scholarship Fund
Elig4lity: needy and worthy students in
the college.
Value: varies

Scholarships

Audrey Clark Quarles Award
EigHlity: nursing students demonstrating
clinical excellence in maternal neborn

Value: varies

COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
Contact: Dr. William Millard, Associate
Dean, Box 100484, UFHSC,
www.cop.ufl.edu
The College of Pharracy's policy is that
each graduate student receives support
from outside fellowships or university
graduate assistantships. Stipends range
fran $14,000 to $20,000 (stipends up
to $20,000 are available for the
exceptionally qualified) Students who
receive teaching assistantships are
required to teach for up to 13.3 hours per
week.

UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff. ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing. asp.

Russ and Carol Blaser Memorial
Scholarship
Eligibiity: meritorious pharmacy
students.
Value: varies

Eckerd Pharmacy Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: pharmacy students who
show financial need.
Value: varies

Kenneth F. Finger Fellowship Fund
Eligiility: graduate pharmacy students.
Value: $ 2 0 0

Kazarian Family Scholarship
Eligiblity: meritorious pharmacy
students. Value: varies

Victor Micolucci Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: students demonstrating
financial need; preference to students
active in their professional
organizations, community-oriented
students, orphans and those without
parental financial support.
Value: varies


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D. W. Ramsaur Distinguished Scholar
Award Fund
ELiibility: graduating Doctor of
Pharmacy student with the highest
academic performance.
Value: varies

William T. and Jackie C. Reid Scholarship in
Pharmacy Fund
Eligibility: students in second
professional year; must demonstrate
academic achievement and financial
need.
Value: varies

Yachbes Family Scholarship Fund
Eligibility meritorious pharmacy students.
Value: varies; annual award

Scholarships

Caremark Scholarship Fund
Eligblity: students with minimum 3.0 GPA
who are U.S. citizens or permanent
residents; preference to residents of
Miami Dade or Broward counties; must
demonstrate financial need; strong
consideration to students as follows: self-
supporting applicants or those coping
with extraordinary life circumstances;
regular participation in ccamunity
activities and/or professional service
organizations; express interest in pursuing
a career in the PEM industry;
demonstrated leadership qualities.
Value: varies

CVS Pharmacy Scholarship
Eligitblit students in good academic
standing interested in a career in
community pharmacy practice.
Value: varies

DuBow Scholarship
Eligiblity students on the Jacksonville
campus who demonstrate financial need
and satisfactory academic performance.
Value: varies

Virginia Sheaey Foote Award
Eligiblity women who have excelled
acadanically in the college.
Value: varies

Al and Belle Meyerson Scholarship
Eligibility: pharmacy students who best
exemplify the qualities of a modern-day
pharmacist.
Value: varies

A.J. Spiegel Graduate Fellowship
Eligibility: U.S. citizens who desire to
pursue a career in industrial
pharmaceutical research or academia
in the area of drug delivery and
dosage forms; recipients must enroll
and continue to be enrolled as full-
time graduate students in good
standing at the college.
Value: varies

COLLEGE OF
VETERINARY MEDICINE
Contact: Ms. Carolyn Frazier, P. O. Box
100125, Office for Students and
Tnstniction. www.vPtmPd.ufl1 pd


UF Endowed Scholarships
and Fellowships
The following endowed scholarships
and fellowships are administered by
the UF Foundation. For information,
check with the departmental contact
person or the Foundation Web site at:
www.uff. ufl.edu/Scholarships/
ScholarshipListing. asp.

Angel Dogs Scholarship
Eiglity. senior DVM students with
financial need who demonstrate interest in
small animal practice and show high
sensitivity toward the humrn/animal bond.
Value: $500

Aviary and Cage Bird Society of South
Florida Scholarship, www. feathers. org
Eligiblity: senior veterinary students who
are legal residents of Florida and
interested in avian medicine; recipients
must make contact with the club and visit
a meeting.
Value: $1,000

Mark S. Bloomberg Memorial
Scholarship Fund
Eligility: seniors who demonstrate
impeccable character during professional
training and strong service camitment
to organized veterinary medicine, who are
accepted into a clinical internship or
residency program, and who demonstrate
financial need.
Value: $1,000-$3,000

Calder Race Course Scholarship Fund
Elhligiity entering senior who
demonstrates excellence in knowledge and
treatment of horses. Preference is
granted to students interested in working
in the horse racing industry or with other
performance horses.
Value: $4,000

College of Veterinary Medicine Golf
Classic Endowment
Eligibitity: seniors with financial need,
high grades, a dedication to the
profession, and an affinity for cats.
Value: varies

Edna Croland Fund
Eligiility: DVM students who are in
good academic standing.
Value: varies

Clarence and Lucille Dee
Scholarship Fund
Eligiblity: veterinary students who are
Florida residents and demonstrate
financial need.
Value: varies

Dr. John W. DeMilly, Jr., Manorial
Scholarship Fund
ELigitity: veterinary students; based on
academic performance and financial
need.
Value: $500-$1,000

Verna Hilda Soderstrom Domaschk
Scholarship Fund
Eligitiity: students enrolled in the
college who show financial need;
preference for females; recipients once


in practice will provide twelve hours pro
bono work per year to needy clients.
Value: $1,000

Thomas W. Ernst Scholarship
Eligibility: veterinary students.
Value: varies

Thomas W. Ernst Scholarship
Eligitlity: DVM students interested in
practicing equine medicine.
Value: $2,500

Florida Veterinary Medicine Association
Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: veterinary students from
second, third, and fourth year classes;
based on need, service and leadership.
Value: varies

Elizabeth Fuschetto Scholarship Fund
Eligiblity: CVM students.
Value: $550-$1,000

John Karl Goodwin Memorial Scholarship
Fund
Eligitity: DVM students who
demonstrate financial need.
Value: varies

Hal's Hope Equine Studies Scholarship
Eligibility: DVM students with financial
need who have clearly demonstrated
their desire to enter a career path in
equine health care.
Value: varies

Francis Heide Memorial Scholarship
Eligibiity: DVM students with financial
need who are in good academic
standing.
Value: $1,000

Harold S. Heide Memorial Scholarship
Eligibiity: DVM students with financial
need who are in good academic
standing.
Value: $1,000

Theodore H. Heide Memorial Scholarship
Eligitility: DVM students with financial
need who are in good academic
standing.
Value: $1,000

Pris-lla Henderson Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: veterinary students; financial
need.
Value: varies

James A. Himes Scholarship Fund
Eigibility: senior student who displays
the "James Himes attitude" and
demonstrates financial need.
Value: $1,000

William M. and Clara Strickland Inman
Graduate Fellowship Fund
Eligitility: veterinary students;
preference granted to Gadsden County,
Florida, and Wakulla County, Florida,
residents.
Value: varies

Jake Kelly Memorial Scholarship Fund
Eligibility: veterinary students; financial
need.
Value: $1,000


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This chapter lists information mailed to
us by private organizations. SFA cannot
guarantee results from the agencies
listed Please contact the organizations
directly. Students and families can also
research alternative aid at bookstores
and libraries. A list of publications for
additional aid is included the
Appendix. SFA's online scholarships
available, at: www.sfa.ufl.edu/
programs/otheraid.html


or items with asterisks (*) in this
Chapter you may contact SFA's
scholarship section or a financial aid
adviser in S-107 Criser Hall to see if
applications are available, since these
organizations sometimes provide forms
to us during their main application
period.

We have taken care to ensure the
accuracy and timeliness of information
in this handbook. Contents are subject
to change without notice, however,
because of changing federal and state
legislation and donor requests, as well
as unintended error. All financial aid
awards are contingent upon availability
of funds and subject to revision.

ALTERNATIVE WAYS TO

PAY FOR COLLEGE
*AmeriCorps, Corporation for National
and Community Service, 1201 New York
Avenue N.W., Washington, DC 20525, 1
(800) 942-2677 ext.7, 1 (800) 833-
3722 (TDD) Web: www.americorps.orq.
Americorps is a national service program
that provides education awards in
exchange for a year or two of community
service. After completing a year of
service (at least 1,700 hours) students
receive an education award of $4,725.
This award can be used to help pay off
student loans or to finance college,
graduate school, or vocational training.
Applications are available online at the
above Web site.
Cooperative Education (Co-op), Career
Resource Center, 1st Floor, Reitz Union,


University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
32611, (352) 392-1601, Web:
http://www.crc.ufl.edu/Experiential/Coo3In
tern/experience. pDb. Cooperative
Education (Co-op) is an off-campus work
program that blends classroom learning
with paid practical work experience,
providing structured, progressive work
experience through multiple semesters of
work. Three semesters of full-time Co-op
work experience or six semesters of part-
time work are required for undergraduate
engineering students; two semesters of
full-time work or four semesters of part-
time work are required for graduate
students and undergraduates in non-
engineering majors. The primary purpose
of the program is to provide students with
career-related, professional work
experience.
Florida Prepaid College Board, P. O. Box
6448, Tallahassee, FL 32314-6448;
www. florida529plans.com. The FloridT
Prepaid College Plan locks in the cost of
college tuition, local fees, and dormitory
housing at today's prices, guaranteed. The
Florida College Investment Plan is a new,
affordable way to save for college with a
wide range of investment options and tax
benefits. You can use the money for any
qualified college expense, at most any
college in the country. Call 1 (800) 552-
GRAD; or visit the Web site.
*United States Peace Corps, UF Campus
Recruiter; UF International Center, 411
Peabody Hall (352) 392-6783;
peacecorps@ufic.ufl.edu; (800) 424-8580;
www.ufic.ufl.edu/Deacecorps. Two years of
service in the Peace Corps can significantly
reduce a portion of students' college loan


debt. Fifteen percent of the volunteer's
Perkins loan, including interest, is cancelled
for each of the first and second years of
service. Students must be U.S. citizens 18
years of age to qualify.

PRIVATE SCHOLARSHIPS
AND LOANS
Mny civic, corporate, and private
organizations offer students awards based
on place of residence, background,
professional affiliation, academic
achievement, or intended field of study.
The following organizations have provided
funds for students in recent years. We
cannot guarantee that each scholarship
and loan is still available. Each agency
handles its own application and selection
procedures. Students interested in any of
these awards should write directly to the
organization. Most awards have application
deadlines, so students should research
these opportunities early. Some of these
awards are for undergraduates, some for
graduate students, and some for both.
SFA posts information recently received
frcm private organizations on a bulletin
board in Criser Hall. SFA's online
scholarship bulletin board is available at
www.sfa.ufl.edu/programs/
outside scholarships.html. Lists of private
aid can also be found in public and
university libraries, high school guidance
offices, and at bookstores.

Agriculture/Horticulture/
Animal Science
Boca Raton Garden Club Award, Attn:
Mrs. Roseann Hutchings, 22701 Camino


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Del Mar Rd. #33, Boca Raton, FL 33433.
A $1,000 award is available for students
in agriculture, botany, conservation,
forestry, landscape architecture, ecology,
oceanography, or marine biology.
Applicants must meet the following
criteria: U.S. citizens, full-time juniors,
seniors or graduate students. They must
be a Palm Beach county citizen and
submit a copy of their driver's license
and Social Security number. A 2.80 GPA
is required along with two professional
references, a statement of goals,
projects, special interests, and a copy of
their official transcript. Deadline: April 1.
Florida Nurserymen and Growers
Association, Regina Thomas, Chair of
Scholarship Commnittee, c/o Farm Credit of
Central Florida, 57 E Third Street, Apopka,
FL 32703; (407) 880-7883. These
$4,000 scholarships are available for
students enrolled or accepted for
enrollment to a Florida ccmnunity college,
college, or university who are majoring in
environmental horticulture, landscaping,
landscape architecture, turf management,
or a related field. Recipients must have a
minimum 2.75 GPA. Deadline: June 15.
*National Poultry & Food Distributors
Association Scholarship, NPFDA Scholarship
Foundation, 958 McEver Rd Ext Unit B-8,
Gainesville, GA 30504, web:
www.lnpfda.orr; aril: inftonpfda.org; fax:
(770) 535-9901. Full-time juniors and
seniors in the fields of poultry science,
marketing, nutrition, etc., can apply for
scholarships ($1,500, $2,000) Applicants
must be enrolled full time and provide a
letter of recommendation from the dean of
the college and a letter describing goals
and aspirations. Deadline: May 31.

Architecture/Building Construction

American Institute of Architects/
American Architectural Foundation,
Diversity Scholarship Listings, 1735 New
York Avenue N.W., Washington, DC
20006-5292, 800-AIA-3837; E-mail:
infocentral@aia.org. For information on
AIA Diversity Scholarships, go to:
www.aia.org/pia/gateway/
PIA Homepages/diversityScholarships.as
P.

Armed Services

*Army's College Loan Repayment Program,
Army Recruiting Station, 3218 S.W. 35th
Blvd, Suite D, Gainesville, FL 32608, (352)
335-5600; www.goarmy.com. Provides
soldiers on active duty up to $70,000 or
soldiers in the Army Reserve up to
$20,000 to payoff student loans, provided
you qualify. Montgcnery GI BIll (MvIB) &
Army College Fund (ACF) get up to
$50,000 in educational support.
*Army ROTC Scholarships, 111 Van Fleet
Hall, P.O. Box 118536, University of
Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611 853 6.
Applicants must be full-time
undergraduate or graduate students
interested in becoming commissioned


officers in the U.S. Army. The
scholarships can be used to pay full
tuition or full room and board on campus.
In addition, the scholarship pays $900 a
year for books and up to a $400 per
month stipend. Deadline for four-year
scholarships are December 1; the two-
year and three-year Scholarships are
awarded year round.
Military Officers Association of America
(MOAA) Cape Canaveral Chapter,
Scholarship Corporation and Fund, P.O.
Box 254708, Patrick Air Force Base, Fl,
32925-4708; www.moaacc.org.
Scholarship of $2,000-$3,000 open to all
students. Must have completed at least
two years in a four year program toward
a bachelor degree at an accredited
college or university, descendant or ward
of an active duty or retired member of
the Uniformed Services of the US, must
be a legal resident of Brevard County,
Florida, or a descendant or ward of a
current member of the MOAA Cape
Canaveral Chapter. Must be a full-time
student. Deadline: June 15.

Business/Insurance/Real Estate

Daniel B. Goldberg Scholarship, Government
Finance Officers Association, 203 N. LaSalle
St,, Suite 2700, Chicago, IL 60601-1210,
Web: www. foa.org. The Daniel B. Goldberg
Scholarship of $10,000 is awarded to a
graduate student who is enrolled in full-time
master's study preparing for a career in
state and local government finance.
Deadline: generally early to mid-February.
Frank L. Greathouse Government
Accounting Scholarship, Government
Finance Officers Association, 203 N. LaSalle
St., Suite 2700, Chicago, IL 60601-1210,
Web: www.gfoa.org Applicants nust be
full-time seniors in an undergraduate
accounting program and citizens or
permanent residents of the U.S. or Canada.
Awards are $3,500. A recommendation
from the student academic adviser or
accounting program chair is also necessary.
Deadline: generally early to mid-February.
*Hispanic College Fund Scholarship, Hispanic
College Fund, Inc., 1717 Pennsylvania
Avenue NW, Suite 460, Washington, DC
20006. Applications available online at
www.hispanicfund.org. Fill-tine
undergraduates pursuing an academic
discipline that will lead to a career in
business are encouraged to apply.
Applicants must demonstrate financial
need; be U.S. citizens of Hispanic origin; and
have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Deadline: April
15.
George A. Nielsen Public Investor
Scholarship, Government Finance Officers
Association of the Government Finance
Officers Association, 203 N. LaSalle St,,
Suite 2700, Chicago, IL 60601-1210, Web:
www.gfoa.org. Applicants mist be
employed at least one year by a state, local
government, or other public entity; enrolled
in a program in public administration,
finance, or business administration, or a
related field; and be a citizen or permanent


resident of the U.S. or Canada. Awards are
$5,000 (or two $2,500 scholarships).
Deadline: generally early to mid-February.
Public Employee Retirement Research and
Administration Scholarship, Government
Finance Officers Association, 203 N. LaSalle
St,, Suite 2700, Chicago, IL 60601-1210,
Web: www. foa.org. Applicants must
currently be enrolled full- or part-time in a
graduate program in public administration,
finance, business administration, or social
sciences; intend to pursue a career in state
or local government with a focus on public-
sector retirement benefits; have obtained a
baccalaureate degree or its equivalent; be
citizens or permanent residents of the U.S.
or Canada. Awards are $4,000.
Recommendations from the academic
adviser or dean of the graduate program.
Deadline: generally early to mid-February.
GFOA Undergraduate or Graduate
Accounting, GFOA Scholarship Conmittee,
203 N LaSalle St., 2700 suite, Chicago, IL,
60601. Scholarship of $3,500 to full or
part-time undergraduate or graduate
accounting student, mist be a citizen or
permanent resident of US or Canada.
Deadline: March 18.
GFOA Minority Government Finance, GFOA
Scholarship Ccmnittee, 203 N LaSalle St.,
2700 suite, Chicago, IL, 60601.
Scholarships of $5,000 for full or part-time
upper-division undergraduates or graduate
students seeking a degree in public
administration, government accounting,
finance, or economics. Applicants must be
Black/African American, American Indian,
Alaska Native, Asian, Hawaiian, Hispanic, or
Pacific Islander, and citizens, or permanent
residents of the U.S. or Canada. Deadline:
March 18.
Minority Scholarship, Department of
Business and Professional, 240 N4 76
Drive, Suite A, Gainesville Fl. This $3,000
scholarship in accounting is for a minority,
full-time student in the fifth year of an
accounting major. Must have a minimum
2.5 GPA. Deadline: May 1.
Pennsylvania State Grant Program,
PHEAA, 1200 N 7th Street, Harrisburg,
Pennsylvania, 17102-1444; Trade,
Technical, and Business School students.
Must be full time sumner, gift aid test,
PHEAA approved program. Deadline:
June.

Education

Access to Education Scholarship,USA
Funds Access to Education Scholarships;
Scholarship Management Services,
Scholarship Program, one scholarship way,
P.O. Box 297, Saint Peter, MN, 56082;
www.usafunds.org. Scholarships of $750-
$1,500 are available for any degree-seeking
student. To qualify applicants must be high
scdhol seniors or enrolled full-time or half-
time in a college or technical school who
have an income of $35,000 or less
documented by income tax returns and are
a U.S. citizen or eligible noncitizen/U.S.
resident. Deadline: March 15.


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*Delta Kappa Gaimma Society Scholarship,
Ganmm Upsilon Chapter, 156 Bishopscourt
Rd, Osprey, FL 34229, rs.irwiLnverizon.net.
$1,000 awards are available for female
undergraduate education or child
development majors enrolled full-time in a
Florida college or university. Applicants
must be legal residents of Sarasota County,
and rising juniors or seniors. Deadline: May
15.
Florida Association of Education lDta
Systems, FAEDS. Duval County Public
Schools, 1701 Prudential Drive, 6 floor,
SIM3 Jacksonville, Fl; For Florida teachers
accepted in post-baccalaureate degree
related to caoputing or computer science
to receive Florida Certification in c~nputer
instruction, or student majoring in
computer science/info. Value: $2,000
Deadline: March 15.
James Madison Memorial Foundation
Fellowship, P. O. Box 4030, Iowa City, IA
52243-4030, 1 (800) 525-6928, Web:
www. jamesmadison.com; e-mail:
madison@act.org. Fellowships of
$24,000 are available for current or
future school teachers of american
history, american government, or social
studies with emphasis on study of the
constitution. This fellowship is for
master's degree study only. Deadline:
March 1.
Minority Education Scholarship (MES),
College of Education Office of Recruitment,
Retention, and Multicultural Affairs, G415
Norman Hall, Gainesville, FL 32611, (352)
392-5242, ext. 22;
www. coe. uf edu/RRMA. Qualified students
may receive up to $4,000. Check Web site
for eligibility and cdadlines.
Ford Foundation Diversity Fellowships, Ford
Foundation, Fellowships Office GR346A 500
Fifth Street, NN Washington, DC, 20001.
For students seeking a career in teaching
and research at the college or university
level. Value: Varies. Mist be a US citizen or
national. Deadline: varies.
Engineering/Science/Computer

AAA Minority Dissertation Fellowship
Program, American Anthropological
Association, American Anthropological
Dissertation Fellowship Program, 2200
Wilson Blvd., Suite 600, Arlington, VA,
22201-3357. This $10,000 award is for
minority students looking to pursue a
degree in anthropology. Applicant must be
a US citizen, a mnrber of an historically
underrepresented ethnic minority group,
enrolled in full-time doctoral degree in
anthropology, admitted to degree
candidacy before the dissertation fellowship
is awarded, and must be a member of the
American Anthropological Association.
Deadline: February 15.
American Society of Naval Engineers
Scholarship (ASNE), 1452 Duke Street,
Alexandria, VA 22314-3458; (703) 836-
6727 www.navalengineers.org. Scholarships
of $2,500 for undergraduates and $3,500
for graduates are awarded to students who


are U.S. citizens who demonstrate an
interest in naval architecture, engineering
(marine, ocean, mechanical, civil,
aernautical, and electrical), or the physical
sciences. Financial support covers the last
year of a full-time undergraduate
engineering or physical science program or
one year of a graduate program leading to
a master's degree. Financial need may be
considered. Students should apply during
their junior year or later. Graduate students
must be a member of ASNE or the Society
of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers.
Deadline: February 15.
AWS Foundation Distinct Scholarship
Program, AWS Foundation Inc., 550 NW
LeJeune Road, Miami, Fl, 33126. To be
eligible student rmst be in the field of
Welding Engineering, other requirements
vary with each scholarship. There are
several scholarships totaling $25,000.
Deadline: January 10.
Hypernorm International Hytech Leadership,
AWS Foundation Inc., 550 NW LeJeune
Road, Miami, Fl, 33126. Value: $2,500. This
scholarship is for graduate students
pursuing an advanced degree in engineering
management within the welding and cutting
industry. Student must have a Bachelor of
Science degree or be in final year, nust
have been accepted for graduate work in
engineering management, and must have a
2.8 (PA. Financial need is not required.
Deadline: January 15.
Jerry Robinson- Inweld Cooperation, A W S
Foundation Inc., 550 NW LeJeune Road,
Miami, Fl, 33126. Value: $2,500. This
scholarship is for students pursuing a
degree in welding at an accredited
university. Applicants nust be at least 18
years old with a high school diplcra or
GED; have a 2.5 GPA; be accepted to
specified university or college and attend
full time; provide proof of financial need
and an essay of why funding is needed,
previous tax returns, and all applications;
and be a U.S. citizen.
Instrumentation, Systems, and Automation
Society, Rich Reiter, P. 0. Drawer 1517,
Brunswick, GA, 31521-1517,
www.isaiax.org; e-nail: rreiter@herc.cam.
To be eligible for either of one $1,000
scholarship or two $2,000 scholarships,
applicants mist have a significant interest
in the instrument and controls discipline
and be enrolled in an instrumentation,
science, engineering, or electronics
programs. Deadline: October 1.
Roy W. Likins Scholarship, Florida Section
American Water Works Association
(FSAWWA) www.fsawwa.org, Charles J.
Voss, c/o Carp, Dresser, & McKee, Inc.,
2301 Maitland Center Parkway, Suite 300,
Maitland, FL 3275; e-mail:
vosscj@cdm.com. These $1,000 and
$2,000 scholarships are available to upper-
level undergraduates or graduate students
with a 3.0 minimum GPA majoring in an
area related to the drinking water industry.
Previous scholarship recipients are ineligible.
Deadline: April 15.


National Science Foundation Graduate
Research Fellowships Program, ORAU, P.O.
Box 3010, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-3010;
toll-free (866) 353-0905;
www. orau.org/nsf /nsffel. htm; e-mail:
nsfgrfp@orau.gov. The National Science
Foundation will award approximately 900
bew Graduate Research Fellowships,
including awards offered for women in
engineering and caoputer and information
sciences. Fellowships are awarded for
graduate study leading to research-based
master's or doctoral degrees in the fields of
science, mathematics and engineering
supported by the NSF. Each three-year
fellowship provides a stipend of $27,500
for 12-nonth tenures and a cost-of-
education allowance of $10,500 per tenure
year. IMre information is available at
www.fastlane.nsf. gov.
American Chemical Society Scholarship;
American Chemical Society Department of
Diversity Programs, 1155 16th Street, NW,
Washington, DC, 20036;
www.chemistry.org. Scholarships are
available for students seeking a degree in
chemistry, biochemistry, or chemical
engineering. Applicants rmst be of African
American, Hispanic, or American Indian
ethnicity; be a U.S. citizen or permanent
resident; be a full-time student whv is a
high academic achiever in chemistry or
science with a 3.0 GPA or better; rmst
have financial need; and rmst be a high
school senior, college freshman,
sophomore, or junior intending to major in
chemistry. Value: $2,500-3,000 Deadline:
March 1.
Dr. Robert W. Sims Menorial Scholarship,
Florida Association of Educational Ita,
www.faeds.org; Postsecondary student
attending a Florida public or private college
or university with a major in carputer
science/information technology. Deadline:
March 15.

Health Fields
Hughes Medical Student Fellowships,
Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI),
(800) 448-4882, ext. 8889; Web:
www.hhmi. org/grants; e-mail:
fellows@htmi.org. HHMI supports research
training for medical students through two
competitive award programs: the Research
Training Fellowships for Medical Students
Program and the HHMI-NIH Research
Scholars (Cloister) Program. For more
infomaticn, including value, eligibility
criteria, arplicatins, and deadlines, refer to
the Web site.
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Scholarship, Matthew Holder, Office of Loan
Repayment and Scholarship, 2 Center Drive,
MSC 0230, Bethesda, MD 20892-0230. For
more information, go to uqsp.info.nih.cov.
Scholarships of up to $20,000 are available
for undergraduates with economic need. To
be eligible aLplicants mnst be a U.S.
citizens, qualified permanent residents, or
U.S. nationals, be full-time students from a
disadvantaged background, and have a GPA
of 3.5 or be within the top 5% of their


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class. A ten-week paid summer NIH
internship and a year of full-timn NIH
employment for each year of scholarship 3
required after graduation. Deadline:
February 28.
Manatee County Medical Society Manatee
County Medical Education Foundation, Inc.
4808 26th Street West, Bradenton, FL,
34207, (941)755-3411, fax (941)753-
1399. Scholarships will be awarded in
amounts of $50-$2,000 to high school
seniors and college students interested in
majoring in medicine, nursing, and certain
other health-related fields. Selection will be
based on career goals, scholarship,
dhracter, and financial need. To be eligible
applicants mnst be a U.S. citizen, legal
resident of Manatee County for the past
two years, and a minimum 2.5 GPA. Note
that all preliminary programs such as pre-
med and pre-pharmacy are not awarded
scholarships until student has ccnpleted
60 credit hours of undergraduate study.
Children or relatives of Medical Society and
Alliance MaTbers are not eligible. When
requesting an application include: current
level of education; desired felid of medical
education; permanent local home address
and phone nuarber; "while at school"
address and phone number. Application
requests are due February 1; returned
applications are due March 1.
National Health Service Corps Scholarship
Program, Division of National Health Service
Corps. C/O IQ Solutions Inc, 11300
Rockville Pike, Suite 801, Rockville, MD,
20852. Scholarships are available for
students who want to be an allopathic
physician, osteopathic physician, dentist,
nurse practitioner, physician's assistant, or
nurse midwife. Applicants mist be a U.S.
citizen rolled full-time in fully accredited
school and programs, and begin classes on
or before January 2, 2006. Award value
varies. Deadline: March 25

Liberal Arts/Humanities/
Fine Arts

Mellon Fellowships in HuTanistic Studies,
Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship
Foundation PO Box 5329, Princeton, NJ
08543-5329, (609) 452-7007 or (800)
899-9963, e-mail: mellon@woodrow.org.
Eighty-five awards (one year only) are
available for students entering a program
leading to a Ph.D. in preparation for careers
of teaching and scholarship in the
himnities. Awards include tuition, fees,
and basic health insurance plus $17,500
stipend. Request applications at
www.woodrow.ora/mellon by November
12. Deadline: Decenber 1.
Willy and Erna Wolff Jewish Educator
Fellowship, Willy and Ena Wolff Manorial
Scholarship Fund, 234 Loyola Building, Suite
611, New Orleans, LA 70112, phone:
(504) 529-4559; fax: (504) 524-4259.
Wolfscholar@jefno.org. Applicants in the
fields of Jewish Social Service, Jewish
Ccmnunal Service, Rabbinics, the
Cantorate, Jewish Education or Jewish


Scholarship may receive awards of up to
$7,500. Applicants must also be graduate
students enrolled in a college or university
granting a professional degree at the
doctoral or master's level in the required
fields. Deadline: January 15.
My State Park Photos.ccm, Reserve
America, P.O. box 10471, Tallahassee FL,
32302. This $500 award for photography is
open to students eighteen years old or older
who are Enrolled in technical or art schd l,
or a to- or four-year college or university.
Applicants mnst be accepted into a degree
or certification program in photography or
enrolled in a photography class (at the time
of registration) and nust also have a 3.0
GPA. Deadline: July-Septarber
SWEA South Florida's Cultural Scholarship,
Swedish Women' Educational Association
International, SWEA South Florida
Scholarship Ccmnittee, c/o Yerti Nelson,
3759 MkKonos Court, Boca Raton, FL,
33487. This $2,000 award is for students
interested in Sweden or Swedish studies
who are studying Swedish Language,
culture or traditions, Enviroanmetal studies,
a healthcare program promoting better
health for wnren and children, handicrafts,
art, glass art, nusic, literature, film and
design, or an exchange program with
Sweden. Deadline: February.
Barbara L. Frye Scholarship, Capitol Press
Club of Florida Inc., FLorida Press Center,
336 East College Avenue, Tallahassee
Florida, 32301. Scholarships of $2,000
to graduating high school seniors and
college students planning to pursue a
career in journalism. Deadline: June 15.
General

AFSCME/UNCF Union Scholars Program,
United Negro College Fund, 8260 Willow
Oaks Corporate Drive, Fairfax, VA, 22031.
The scholarship offers a stipend up to
$4,000 and acadanic scholarship up to
$5,000. Applicants must be second
sanester sophomores or juniors when they
apply; must be majoring in ethnic studies,
women's studies, labor studies, American
studies, sociology, anthropology, history,
political science, psycdlogy, social wArk,
economics, or public policy; and must have
a 2.5 GPA. Deadline: February 28.
*Edmond Amateis Foundation Scholarship,
Sun Trust Bank E&F, M/C-2082, P. O. Box
62005, Orlando, FL 32862-0005. A
$1,500 scholarship is open to full-time
students in any field. To be eligible,
students must apply for financial aid, have
financial need, be college sophomores or
above, and be a graduate of a high school
in Lake County, Florida, or currently
attending or a graduate of Lake-Sumter
Connunity College, Leesburg, Florida. To
be eligible for renewal, students nust
have completed 12 credit hours and
maintain a 2.5 GPA. Deadline: applications
mist be received in the school's financial
aid office no later than My 31.
*American Association of University Women
Scholarships, AAUW Flagler County Branch,


P. O. Box 350309, Palm Coast, FL 32135.
Scholarships are available in the amounts of
$500 (DBCC) or $1,000 (AAUW) per
sanester. To be eligible students must be
female U.S. citizens who have been
residents of Flagler Cbunty for at least one
year. Applicants must be completing 60
credit hours as full-time students towards a
B.S. or B.A. or a graduate degree and have
a minimum 3.0 GPA. Two letters of
reference, a maximum 300 word essay, and
proof of acceptance are also required.
Deadline: March 31.
Atlas Shrugged Essay Contest, The Ayn
Rand Institute, 2121 Alton Parkway, Suite
250, Irvine, CA, 92060. This $5,000
scholarship is for students seeking a full-
time college degree program. Deadline:
September 16.
Clark E. DeHaven Scholarship Trust,
NACUFS, Mnly Miles Bldg., Michigan State
University, 1405 S. Harrison Road, Suite
305, East Lansing, MI 48824;
http://www.nacufs.or. This $3,500
scholarship is for sophrores, juniors, and
seniors who plan a career in the food
service industry and are majoring in a food-
service related field of study. Applicants
nust be enrolled full-time, in good standing,
with a cumulative 2.75 GPA; be U.S. or
Canadian citizens attending college in the
U.S. or Canada during the award year.
Download the application from the Web
site. Deadline: February 15.
Florida College Student of the Year Award,
Florida Leader magazine, P. O. Box 14081,
Gainesville, FL 32604-2081, (352) 373-
6907; Web: www. floridaleader.ccm/sotv.
Twenty awards ranging from $2,000 to
$5,000 in scholarships and prizes are
available to campus leaders frcm any
Florida-based ccmunity college, state
university, or private college or university.
Applicants must have completed 30 credit
hours, be active in community and campus
service, and damonstrate financial self-
reliance by working or earning scholarships
to help pay for their college expenses. This
is not a need-based award. This annual
award strives to recognize Florida's finest
campus leaders. Deadline: February 1.
Florida Gubernatorial Fellows Program,
telephone: (850) 921-6099 (Sara
Struhs); e-mail: fellows@myflorida.ccm
(Karen Unger); Web:
www.mvflorida.com/fellows. This program
will provide leadership training to
outstanding Florida graduate and
undergraduate students interested in
public service. The program will inmerse
students in key areas of government
including the Executive Office of the
Governor and the Governor's Agencies to
obtain first-hand, high-level on the job
training as well as valuable experience
and insight on government and how it
works. Eligible candidates are enrolled as
graduate students or upperclassmen at a
Florida college or university. Fellows are
considered OPS (Other Personal Services)
State employees and paid approximately
$10 per hour. Fellows selected from


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public universities will also receive free
tuition for any credits taken during their
Fellowship year. Deadline: April 1.
Gates Millennium Scholarship, Bill ad
Melinda Gates, P. O. Box 10500, Fairfax, VA
22031; toll-free 1-877-690-4677; Web:
www. amsi. org. These scholarships are for
African Americans, American Indian/Alaska
Natives, Asian Pacific Islander Anericans,
and Hispanic Americans who wish to attend
the undergraduate institution of their
choice. Applicants mist be citizens or legal
permanent residents of the U.S.; have a
minimum 3.3 GPA; will be a freshmen in the
fall; danmnstrates financial need;
demonstrates leadership abilities through
participation in camunity service,
extracurricular or other activities, and
meets the Federal Pell Grant eligibility
requirements which can only be determined
by submission of a Free Application for
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Deadline:
January 15.
Hebrew Immigration Aid Society (Hias)
Scholarship, www. hias. org/scholarships /
applv.htm. Students seeking a degree in
engineering, nursing, computers, and
other trade programs are all acceptable.
Open to refugees and asylees who were
assisted by HIAS to come to the U.S.
Applicants must have inmigrated after
January 1, 1992; must have completed
one full year (two semesters) of study at
any combination of U.S. high schools,
undergraduate schools, or graduate
schools at the time of application. Value:
$1,500 Deadline: March 15.
Hispanic Association of Colleges &
Universities (HACU) Scholarship Program,
8415 Datapoint Drive, Suite 400, San
Antonio, TX 78229, (202) 467-0893;
www.hacu.net. To be eligible for these
various awards ranging from $500-
$3,000; applicants must demonstrate
financial need by being eligible for
financial aid from federal or state funded
programs; be enrolled in a HACU member
college or university; have achieved
excellence in acadneic and
extracurricular activities. Applicants must
complete a scholarship application,
provide official transcripts) and two
letters of reference, and complete an
essayss.
Hispanic Scholarship Fund, One Sansome
St., Suite 1000, San Francisco, CA
94104-4429, (415) 445-9930; toll-free
877-HSF-INFO. Scholarships of $1,000 to
$3,000 are available to graduating high
school seniors, undergraduates, and
graduate students who are U.S. citizens
and permanent residents of Hispanic
heritage. Applicants nust be enrolled full-
time students in a degree seeking
program at an accredited U.S. college or
university. For more information, please
visit www.hsf.net.
Kosciusko Foundation Tuition Scholarships,
The Kosciusko Foundation, 15 East 65th
Street, New York, NY 10021-6595; Web


site: www.kosciuszkofoundation.org and
www.thekf.org. The Kosciusko Foundation
offers scholarships to Americans of Polish
descent and to Americans who wish to
study Polish language, history, and
literature. The support is offered through
the following KF scholarship programs:
Tuition scholarships for graduate study;
Year abroad in Poland Scholarships (junior
year through graduate); Graduate Studies
and research in Poland Scholarships; and
Tcrmszkiewicz-Florio Scholarship for
Sumner Study at the Jagiellonian University
in Krakow, Poland. Please visit the Web site
for details and applications. Deadline: for
scholarships 1, 2, & 3-January 14; for the
Summer scholarship-March 2005.
La Casita, Colonel Glenn A. Farris
Scholarship, La Casita, www.dso.ufl.edu/
nulticultural/lacasita. A scholarship of
$2,500 is available to students who
show financial need, are undergraduates
enrolled at the University of Florida in fall
2005 and spring 2006, and have excelled
in leadership and made a positive impact
on the Hispanic-Latino Conmunity.
La Casita Rafael & FeAngulo Scholarships,
La Casita, www.dso.ufl.edu/
nulticultural/lacasita. A $500 scholarship
is available to undergraduates in good
standing who have excellent leadership
and have made a positive impact on the
Hispanic-Latino Comnunity.
NAACP Agnes Jones Jackson Scholarship,
www.NAACPNet.org. Applicants must be
members of the NAACP, be U.S. citizens,
and have financial need. Applicants must
also be enrolled full-time, have a
minimum 2.5 GPA, have a financial need
and must not reach the age of 25 by
March 28. Award of $1,500 for
undergraduate and $2,500 for graduate.
Deadline: March 28.
NAACP Roy Wilkins Scholarship,
www.NAACPNet. org. To qualify for this
$1,000 scholarship, applicants must be
entering freshmen with a minimum 2.5
GPA,
be enrolled full-time, be U.S. citizens.
Deadline: March 28.
Debra Levy Neimark Scholarship, Debra
levy Neimark Scholarship Foundation,
Selection Comnittee, 800 Corporate
Drive, Suite 420, Fort Lauderdale, FL
33334. This $1,500 scholarship is
available for applicants who are residents
of both Broward County, Florida, and U.S.
citizens. For an application, send a self-
addressed stamped envelope to the
above address. Deadline: April 1.
*Pickett & Hatcher Educational Fund, P.
O. Box 8169, Columbus, GA 31908-
8169, (706) 327-6586 or 1 (800) 864-
8308; www.phef.org. Renewable low-
interest loans of up to $5,500 per year
for undergraduates in fields of study
other than law, medicine, or the ministry
are available. Principal payments are
deferred while enrolled for a required
number of hours. Applicants must be


residents of Alabama, Florida, Georgia,
Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina,
South Carolina, Tennessee, or Virginia.
J. Wayne Reitz Undergraduate Scholarship,
Office of Student Affairs, 155 Tigert Hall,
Gainesville, FL 32611-3250. To be eligible
for this $2,500 award, applicants must be
enrolled full-time UF degree-seeking
undergraduates, have completed at least
two semesters in residence; have a 3.0
GPA in all UF academic work; show
evidence of leadership and service at UF
through student organizations, academic
groups, or other associations; and have a
high standard of ethical behavior. Deadline:
late spring semester.
*Southern Scholarship Foundation, 322
Stadium Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32304-
3450, (800) 253-2769; Gainesville
Program Office (352) 337-1282;
www.southernscholarship.org. A rent-free
housing scholarship, valued at $5,000
annually, is offered to both male and
female students in one of eight
scholarship houses within walking distance
to the UF campus. To be eligible students
must have a minimum 3.0 high school or
2.85 cumulative community college GPA,
financial need (FAFSA required), and good
character. Strong recommendations are
required. For a tour of the facilities or to
schedule an interview, please call our
Gainesville office at (352) 337-1282.
Application deadlines: fall-April 1, spring-
Novenber 15; late applications will be
accepted.
*Swedish Women's Educational
Association Scholarship, SWEA South
Florida Scholarship Conmittee, c/o Yerti
Nelson, 3759 Mykonos Court, Boca
Raton, FL 33487, (561) 997-2050, fax:
(561) 997-8010. Students who wish to
study the Swedish language, culture or
traditions, environmental science, health
care for women and children, handicraft,
art, glass art, nusic, literature, or design;
or do an exchange program in Sweden
can apply for this $2,000 scholarship.
Applicants must be Florida residents
enrolled at a Florida college, university, or
vocational school. Deadline: February 1,
2004.
Tag and Label Manufacturers Institute
In. TLMI Office, 40 Schuman Blvd., Suite
295, Naperville, IL, 60563. Scholarships
of $5,000 are available to students who
show interest in the tag and label
industry. Applicants must be sophomores
or juniors attending an accredited college
or university full-time during their junior
and senior years; must be able to
demonstrate interest in entering the tag
and label industry; must have at least a
3.0 GPA, Applicants must also possess
excellent character including work ethic,
honesty, and integrity and provide
references from three people who are
not family members and a one-page
typed personal statement. Deadline:
March 31.


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Appendix

Financial Aid Publications & Services


hese publications and online sites
T provide many sources of financial
aid for students from all backgrounds,
including free scholarship search
services available through SFA's Web
site. Many are available in the UF
library. Others are available in local
libraries, high school guidance offices,
from online bookstores, or directly
from the publishers. SFA cannot
guarantee results from sources listed
here.


Free Publications &
Online Services

College Board Online, Financial Aid
Services, College Board, 45 Columbus
Ave., New York, NY 10023-6992;
212-713-8000. Financial aid info and
services for students and parents.
Web: www.collegeboard.com.

Student Loan Guide. U.S. Department
of Education, Federal Student Aid
Programs. Call 1-800-4-ED-PUBS; or
go to www.edpubs.orq.

eduPass-the Smart Student Guide to
Studying in the USA. Information
designed specifically for international
students. Go to:
www.edupass.com.

FAFSA on the Web. Use a Macintosh,
IBM-compatible, or UNIX computer to
complete an online Free Application
for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or
Renewal FAFSA and send your
application information directly to the
U.S. Department of Education via the
Web.
Go to www.fafsa.ed.gov.

fastWEB, a FREE Scholarship Search,
is available at: fastweb.monster.com.

The Financial Aid Informaticn Page.
Valuable links, including free
scholarship searches, Title IV codes,
U.S. Government information,
Financial Aid Calculators, and aid for
special interests. Web:
www.finaid.org.

Hillel Fcundaticn, The Foundation for
Jewish Campus Life, 202-449-6500;
www.hillel.ora.

Looking for Student Aid. U.S.
Department of Education, Federal &
State Student Aid Programs. This


online brochure will help you find
sources of information about student
aid. Go to
studentaid.ed. cov/students/publicatio
ns/
Isa/index.html.

National Science Foundation,
Publications Office, 4201 Wilson
Boulevard, Arlington, VA 22230;
order from 1-800-877-8339; or by
Web at www.nsf.gov/index.isp.

SRN Express is a free web version of
the Scholarship Resource Network
(SRN) database. The SRN database
lists scholarships, fellowships, and
grants for undergraduate, graduate,
and postdoctoral education. Go to
www.srnexpress.com/.

Students.Gov. A student gateway to
the federal government, this site
provides links to electronic resources
of interest to postsecondary students.
Education, financial aid, military
service, and more. Go to:
www.students.gov.

The Student Guide. Describes all
federal student aid programs (grants,
loans, and Federal Work-Study).Call
1-800-433-3243 or on the Web:
http: //studentaid.ed.aov/students/
publications/student auide/index.html


U.S. Department of Education. The
federal Department of Education
supplies information on applying for a
grants, departmental guidelines,
regulations, and student financial
assistance. Available at www. ed. gov.


Other Publications
& Services
A's and B's of Academic Scholarships,
Don't Miss Out: The Ambitious Student's
Guide to Financial Aid, and various other
financial aid ptblictins from
Octameron Associates, 703-836-5480.
Excerpts available free online at
www.octameron. com.

The Big Book of Minority Opportunities,
6th Edition. Garrett Park Press, PO Box
190 B, Garrett Park, MD 20896, 1-301-
946-2553. A directory of special
programs for mimnrities.

The Big Book of Opportunities for
Women. Garrett Park Press, PO Box 190


B, Garrett Park, MD 20896, 1-301-946-
2553. A directory of special programs
for women.

Cash for College, McKee, Cynthia Ruiz,
and McKee, Phillip C., Jr., William YMrrcw
& Co., 1999. ISBN 0-688-16190-1.
Cost: $20.00.

Cash for College's Write it Right, McKee,
Cynthia Ruiz, and Mis, Phillip C., Jr.
HarperResource, 2000. ISBN 0-688-
17108-7. Cost: $18.00.

Chronicle Financial Aid Guide 2000-
2001. Chronicle Guidance Publications,
Inc., 66 Aurora St, Moravia, NY 13118-
3569; 1-800-899-0457;
www.chroniclecuidance.com. Cost:
$24.98, plus shipping and handling.

The College Blue Book-Scholarships,
Fellowships, Grants and Loans. Volume
5, 25th edition, 1997. Macmillan
Publishing Ccnpany, NY, 10222. ISBN 0-
02864-759-9.

Dollars for College. Garrett Park Press,
PO Box 190 B, Garrett Park, MD 20896,
1-301-946-2553. Booklets on
assistance for specific majors: art,
music, drama; business; education;
engineering; journalism and mass
acmnunicaticns; liberal arts; medicine,
dentistry, and related fields; nursing and
other health fields; science; wachn in all
fields.

Financial Aid for Mincrities. Garrett Park
Press, PO Box 190 B, Garrett Park, MD
20896, 1995; 1-301-946-2553.
Booklet, 60-80 pp.

Institute cf Interaticnal bducaticn (IIE),
www.iie.org. IIE designs and implalents
programs of study and training for
students, educators, young
professionals and trainees from all
sectors with funding from government
agencies, foundations, and corporations.

Peterson's Cnline Financial Aid Center.
Find scholarship searches to a student
loan center, online at
www.petersons.com/finaid.

Prentice Hall Guide to Scholarships and
Fellowships for Math and Science
Students. Kantrowitz, Mark and
DiGennaro, Joann P., Prentice Hall,
Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1993.
ISBN 0-13045-345-5, 325 pages.
Resource guide for science, math, and


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Index


1990 Student Memorial Scholarship Fund...............................18
A C M orris Folklore.................................................................58
AAA Minority Dissertation Fellowship Program ....................87
Abbott Scholarship Fund...........................................................77
Abel Dental Scholarship Fund ..................................................68
Access to Education Scholarship ..............................................86
Adamson, Robert David, Scholarship Fund.......................50, 70
Adkins, J. B, Memorial Scholarship Fund ................................41
AEC Department Scholarship ..................................................37
African Safari Club of Florida Scholarship...............................41
AFSCME/UNCF Union Scholars 7. ...........................88
Agrelo, Benito/Christina Holt Memonal scholarship Fund...18
i ..,.., 1. .. ... I Communication Society
scholarship ..........................................................................37
Agricultural Women's Club Scholarship..................................64
Agriculture Institute of Florida ..................................................37
Agronomy-Soils Club/Florida Foundation Seed Producers
Scholarship Fund ............................................. 41, 63
Agronomy-Soils Club/Florida Foundation Seed
Producers Scholarships .......................................................37
Ahrano Scholarship Fund..........................................................66
Ahrens Scholarship Fund ..........................................................51
Air Force ROTC In-College Scholarships ...............................59
Air Force ROTC Scholarships for High School Seniors ......59
Airth, Alfred T., General Scholarship Fund ............................25
Airth, Clayton, Warren, and Sisler Scholarship Fund ...........72
A lbertson's Scholarship .............................................................60
A lcom Scholarship ....................................................................42
Allen, Grace Carlton, Scholarship ...........................................25
Allen, Holyoak, Varnes Scholarship Fund ...............................52
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Alpha One Foundation Graduate Fellowship ..........................81
Alumni and Faculty Fellowship Fund for Clinical and
H health Psychology...............................................................72
A lum ni A association ...................................................................81
Alumni Graduate Fellowships ...................................................62
Alumni Graduate Fellowships Fund ........................................25
Alumni Scholarships ........................................... 45, 53, 69
AMA-Educational Research Fund............................................81
Amateis, Edmond, Foundation Scholarship .............................88
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American Chemical Society Scholarship.................................87
American Culinary Federation Scholarship .............................38
American Dietetic Association Scholarship ......................39, 64
American Foundation for the Blind..........................................32
American Institute of Architects/American Architectural
Foundation...........................................................................86
American Nuclear Society Nuclear Engineering
Scholarship ..........................................................................50
American Nuclear Society Scholarship, Florida Section ........50
American Society of Landscape Architects Florida Chapter 44
American Society of Landscape Architects Jacksonville
Section Annual Award......................................................44
American Society of Landscape Architects National
Scholarships Honor and Merit Awards .............................44
American Society of Landscape Architecture Annual
Scholarship, Jacksonville Section ......................................67
American Society of Landscape Architecture, Florida
Chapter Graduate Awards ..................................................67
American Society of Naval Engineers Scholarship (ASNE)..87
American Veterinary Medical Association Auxiliary
Loan Fund............................................................................84
A m ericorps ............................................................................85
Amsterdam Foundation Scholarship.........................................68
Anderson Scholarship Endowment ..........................................67
Anderson Scholarship Fund ......................................................55
S. .. .1 Scholarship Fund......................................41
S I I. Fund....................................40
Andres, Arthur C., Memorial Scholarship...............................39
Andron Smolowe, Dr. Greta, Scholarship ...............................25
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APHA/ASP Mortar and Pestle Professionalism Award ..........61
Appledorf Memorial Scholarship ..............................................36
Arabic Language Program Study Abroad Scholarship.............27
Armed Forces Communications and Electronics
A association A wards ............................................................59
Army Advanced Course Monthly Allowance ...................59, 81
Army Leader's Training Course Scholarships ....................59, 81
Army Nursing Scholarship Program .........................................59
Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)
Scholarships................................................................... 59, 81
Army ROTC Scholarship.......................................................86
A rm y's .. .,, i .. .. .... .
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Asian Studies Research Award .................................................57
Asian Studies Study Abroad Scholarships................................57
A athletic Scholarships .................................................................25
Atkin Memorial Fund ................................................................79
S ,. .,... i C contest ...................................................88
.. I .. I Society of South Florida
Scholarship ..........................................................................83
Award for Graduate Student Excellence in Soil and
W after Science ....................................................................64
AWS Foundation Distinct Scl I. ..i..
Ayres, Erma R., Scholarship F.,. LI I


Babicz Memorial Fellowship ...................................................
Bailey Scholarship Fund..........................................................
Bain, Jerome, Scholarship Fund..........................................2
Baker, Buddy, Memorial Scholarships ...................................
Baldwin, LeRoy, Family Scholarship .....................................
Band Scholarships ..........................................................

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Bank of America Scholarship Fund.......................................
Banks, M.D., Scholarship Fund..............................................
Barbara L. Frye Scholarship....................................................
Barben, Robert J. and Jane H., Family Scholarship/
Fellow ship .........................................................................
Barber Scholarship Fund.........................................................
Barber, Fred W and Mabel H., Scholarship .........................
Barber, Red, Radio Scholarship..............................................
Barker, Col. Walter E., Merit Scholarship ............................
Banr Trust Scholarship ............................................................
Barry Goldwater Scholarship Foundation .............................
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Bates Scholarship ...................................................................
Batey, M.D. Cardiology Scholarship Fund...........................
Batson, Gene and Barbara, Scholarship ................................
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Bayer Crop Science Education Scholarship ..........................
Beach and Lyons Memorial Endowment...............................
Beall's MBA Fellowship Fund ................................................
Bear, Fred B., Scholarship Fund.............................................
Becker Scholarship Endowment.............................................
Beers, Meril S., Loan Fund .....................................................
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Bennett, Jean Lester, M.D., Scholarship Fund......................
Benton Engineering Loan Fund .............................................
Benton, Robert Tyrie, Loan Fund..........................................
Berish, Barry M., Scholarship .................................................
Bessent, III, William A./Gainesville Crescent Foundation
Fun d ..................................................................................
Bickel Student Assistantships.................................................
Bickel, Karl and Madira, Assistantships.................................
Biery, John C., Memorial Scholarships..................................
Bilirakis, Emmanuel, Pre-Medical Scholarship .....................
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Black Therapy Scholarship.....................................................
Black, Ellen M., Scholarship ..................................................
Blaser Memorial Scholarship..................................................
Block, Jr., Karl B., Memorial Loan Fund ...............................
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Board of Education Theodore R. and Vivian M. Johnson
Scholarship Program........................................................
Boca Raton Garden Club Award...........................................
Bodner, Randall J., and Gary W. Faircloth Scholarship
Fun d ..................................................................................
Boeing Scholarship..................................................................
Bolser, Dr. Frank C., Memorial Scholarship ........................
Bookstore, U F ..........................................................................
Boozer, Sr., Wilson O., Memorial Scholarship .....................
Botts Memorial Scholarship ...................................................
B ow ers Fund.............................................................................
Bowles Memorial Scholarship ................................................
Boy, John B./U.S. Sugar Corp. Endowed Scholarship in
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Boy, l I... I I -... .... .. 1 ... .. ... Fund .
Branan Scholarship Fund........................................................
Brask, Willard, Scholarship ....................................................
Brechner FOIGraduate Assistantships...................................
Brecht, Frederick W and Grace P., Scholarship Fund.........
Bredahl, Daniel Sinclair, Scholarship for Academic Year....
Bredahl, Daniel Sinclair, Semester Scholarship....................
Bredahl, Daniel Sinclair, Semester Scholarship/College of
Liberal Arts and Sciences ................................................
Bredahl, Daniel Sinclair/International Center Semester
Scholarship ......................................................................
Brevard County Bar Association Scholarship Fund ............
Brevard County Pharmaceutical Association Scholarship...
Brick Law Review Apprentice Prize Fund.............................
Brightest Students to Faculty..................................................
Brines, Russell, Scholarship in International or Political
R reporting ..........................................................................
Brinson Family Graduate Fellowship Fund............................
Britt, Jr., R. Jerry, Endowment................................................
Broad and Cassel Florida Law Review Scholarship Fund....
Broward County Association of Pharmacists Jerry Elaine
Klimetz Scholarship.........................................................
Brown Scholarship Fund.........................................................
Brown, Judith, Endowment .................................................
Brown, Susan, Memorial/Florida Beefmasters Breeders
Scholarship Fund..........................................................
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Bryan, Kathryn Williams, Scholarship ..................................
Bryan, Robert A., Scholarship................................................
Bryant, Jr., Frank E., Scholarship Fund..................................
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..67 Building Construction General Scholarship ............................43
..72 Bumett, Mary Ellen, Endowed Scholarship .............................18
,25 Bums, Haydon, Scholarship Fund.............................................25
..53 Burton, Lisa, Memorial Scholarship..........................................39
.38 Bussell Family Scholarship.........................................................37
..51 Butler Polymer Research Laboratory Graduate Fellowship
A w ard...................................................................................76
S Byrd, Robert C., Honors Scholarships Program .......................29
..18 Byron Memorial Scholarship .....................................................56
..80 Calder Race Course Scholarship Fund .....................................83
..88 Callahan Memorial Trust Scholarship......................................32
CALS Alumni and Friends Scholarship...................................35
-34 CALS Opportunity Alliance Scholarship ................................35
..41 Camp, Dresser, & McKee Scholarship .....................................48
.34 Campay Studio Art Scholarship ..............................................51
..53 Campbell Leadership Award .....................................................78
..25 Campbell Scholarship ................................................................37
..53 Cantonis, Michael G., Medal for Excellence in Greek
..28 Studies..................................................................................56
Caremark Scholarship Fund ......................................................82
S Carleton, William G., Scholarship Fund..................................55
..40 Carlisle, Victor W., Fellowship .................................................63
..80 Carlton, Fields, Ward, Emmanuel, Smith, & Cutler
.39 Scholarship .........................................................................73
S Carnegie Endowment for International Peace .........................28
4 Carr Scholarship Fund ...............................................................72
.35 Carter, William E., Fund............................................................26
..66 Cassas, Nicholas, Scholarships ..................................................56
..65 CDM Endowment ......................................................................70
..80 CDM Scholarship.......................................................................50
.38 Center for Chemical Physics Graduate Fellowship..................76
..21 Center for Greek Studies Summer Study Abroad
Scholarship .........................................................................56
4. Center for Independent Living of North Central Florida .......32
C ,.l .I I .. 1 T... ..,... Frank W. Reed
..80 bchoarshps .......................................................43, 44, 68
..48 Central Florida Fair Endowment for Scholarships/
..48 Fellowships ............................................................... 34, 38
..53 Central Florida Pharmacy Association .....................................61
Chastain Endowment for UF Students at the New World
..18 School of the Arts...............................................................51
..72 Chemical Engineering Alumni Scholarships ...........................48
..55 Chemical Physics Scholarship..................................................57
..48 Chen, Wayne H., Endowed Memorial
..56 Scholarship Fund ............................................ 45,49
I Childers, Norman F., Scholarship.............................................40
Children Fellowship and Assistantship Fund in Affordable......43
..72 Chism, Jr., Grady W., Scholarship............................................40
..53 Choate, Rush E., Scholarship....................................................36
..82 Christiansen, Kenneth A., Telecommunication
..74 Scholarship ..........................................................................53
30 Chubb, Thomas C., Merit Scholarship Fund.....................24, 25
33 Churchill Scholarship Program of the United States ..............28
74 Cirino, Barbara A. and John M., Scholarship Fund ...............44
C. I f..... ., 4
..3 2 C I l.. .. ... .. ..- ...t 1 I 1 4 ,
..85 CLAS Dean's Scholarship Fund................................................55
Class of'59 C. .1 ..... ..... Scholarship...............................49
..26 Claville, Jr., Daniel Leroy, Scholarship Fund.....................24, 25
..50 Clearwater Bar Association Memorial Loan Fund ...................74
..44 Clements, Jud, Memorial Scholarship Fund.......................53, 71
..12 Cleveland Graduate Student Endowment...............................66
..42 Cluff Scholarship ........................................................................76
..72 CNETControlled and Scholarship ...........................................59
....7 Co-op Student Assistance Endowed Fund ...............................45
..72 Coastal and Oceanographic Engineering
Fellowship Fun ....................................................................70
..50 Coca-Cola Scholarships.............................................................35
.36 Cody Memorial Scholarship ......................................................81
.34 Cokers, Myers, Schickel, Cooper, & Sorenson P.A.
..52 Scholarship ................................................................................72
..72 C II I 1 .I and Sciences (CLAS)/
.18 I I I. .. .. ..i. en ter.....................................................27
..27 ( I I I I .I ... I sciences Semester Scholarship...27
..27 ( II i ...... .I I Scholarship Fund ...............60, 82
( II Veterinary Medicine Golf Classic Endowment ....83
..27 ( II. >unty Pharmacy Association Scholarship.................61
Collins Graduate Fellowship .....................................................70
..27 Collins, Captain Winfred Q., Awards ......................................59
..74 Conant, Foster, Award...............................................................44
..61 Conde, Louis F., Memorial Scholarship Fund ..........................41
..73 Conner, Doyle, Scholarship Fund.............................................34
..82 Connor Choral Music Scholarship Fund.................................51
Connor Diversity Scholarship Fund..........................................34
..53 Connor Memorial Scholarship/Fellowship...............................79
..65 Connor, Jerome A., Student Enrichment Endowment ...........79
..25 Connor, Larry J., Medal of Excellence......................................35
..72 Conrad Scholarship....................................................................72
Conrad, Julia, Scholarship .........................................................53
..61 Conrin Research Award ............................................................58
..68 Constans, H. P., Scholarship .....................................................52
,76 Cook, Dr. Denny M., Memorial Scholarship Fund..................80
Cooke, Jack Kent, Foundation ..................................................28
.38 Cooperative Education ........................................................23, 85
4 Coors Veteran Memorial Scholarship Fund............................56
Cope Graduate Fellowship.........................................................66
..25 Copeland Scholarship ................................................................53
..45 Comett Fellowship.....................................................................63
..72 Costello Awards .........................................................................70
4 Couse Gator Band Loan Fund...................................................52
S Cox Memorial Scholarship........................................................59


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Crandall Scholarship Fund ........................................................72
Crebbin, Steven C., Memorial Award ...............................44, 67
Creighton, John T. andMyrtle B., Scholarship/Fellowship
Fun d .....................................................................................38
Crews, III, James Wilmer, Tuition Scholarship Fund..............18
Criser Internship.................................................................... 25
Criser, Paula Porcher, Scholarships...........................................25
C roland Fund............................................................................. 83
Crom Corporation Scholarship Fund ...................................... 48
Cross, William G., Award for C .... i... .... Leadership.......... 26
Crow, Colonel Allen R. and Margaret U., Graduate
Fellow ship ...........................................................................76
Crow, Colonel Allen R. and Margaret G., Undergraduate
Scholarship ......................................................................... 57
Crown Memorial Scholarship .................................................. 59
Crown, Jr., William E., Scholarship Fund............................... 66
Culpepper Memorial Loan Fund.............................................. 75
Cummings Inc., James A., Scholarship Fund.......................... 43
Cunha, Gwen and Tony J., Scholarship Fund .......................38
C.....;,.1 .. 1 ., ,, ,.1 wment................................... 45
( "" .... IT 11 I Graduate Student
T ravel Fund .........................................................................76
CVS Pharmacy Scholarship ......................................................82
CVS Scholarship ........................................................................61
C ... 1 ,. 1, 1. l 1.;p Fund .......................................73
( i. l, ........ 1. I. 1.t Fun d ..........................................73
1' II J' I ... I I' J)hn V.,ScholarshipFundin
Honor of Frances M. Reitz .................................................71
D'Albora, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John V., Scholarship Fund in
Honor of J. Wayne Reitz ....................................................39
Dallas Montgomery Memorial Scholarship ..............................71
Damon, Joseph and Lillian A., Scholarship .............................18
Danker, Edward D., Scholarship Fund................................58, 77
Darby Accounting Scholarship Fund.......................................66
Darden Restaurants Diversity and Business Ethics
Fellow ship ............................................................................66
Dauer Fellowships Fund .............................................................78
Davidson Graduate Travel Scholarship Fund .........................64
Davies, D. Glynn, National Juice Products Association
Scholarship ..........................................................................35
Davis Family Fellowship in Accounting Fund .........................66
Davis Memorial Scholarship Fund ............................................73
Davis Scholarships ......................................................................53
Davis, George K. and Ruthanna, Scholarship..........................63
Davis, Leland A., Memorial Scholarship Fund ........................38
Davis/Milton Gaynor Scholarship ............................................56
Day Student Loan Fund.............................................................75
de Keni Scholarship ...................................................................69
Dean, Charles E. /Fred Hull Award ..........................................64
Dean, Mead, Egerton, Bloodworth, Capouano, and
Bozarth P. A. Endowed Scholarship Fund ........................73
D I ... ... .., 1 I
. I I.,,, It ,
Dee Scholarship Fun ..................................................................83
D eferm ents..................................................................................11
DeGrove Memorial Scholarship................................................51
DeHaven, Clark E., Scholarship Trust .....................................88
Deiss, Joseph Jay, Memorial Scholarship for Summer
Study in Italy.................................................................57, 77
deKeni, Sara Lavinia, Scholarship ............................................18
Delta Kappa Gamma Society Scholarship................................86
DeMilly, Jr., Dr. John W ., Memorial Scholarship Fund..........83
Demro, Jr., Conrad G. &Patricia Demro Scholarship .............18
Dennison, Raymond A., Memorial Scholarship ......................40
Dervech, Sara Lou ......................................................................21
Desiderio Pediatric Oncology Fellowship Fund ......................80
Design Build Institute of America Scholarship ........................49
[ ,,, I .. II 1..' t
Dickey Memorial Scholarship ...................................................56
Dickinson, Miss Lucy, Scholarship in Vertebrate
Paleontology ........................................................................25
Dickison, James C., Memorial Award.......................................57
Dickison, James, Award .............................................................77
D irect D eposit.............................................................................11
Direct Loan Confirmation .........................................................20
Direct Loan Entrance Counseling.............................................20
DisAbility Affairs Cabinet .........................................................32
Disability Resources....................................................................31
Disability-Related Expenses.......................................................31
D isbursem ent ..............................................................................12
Ditrin lli, ~1h f-rdr br f 7 ,rrats Scholarship..........................39
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Dixon, Jr., Robert E., Scholarship Fund ...................................38
Dobbins Scholarship Fund.........................................................80
Dbh) rt' Tim M1emorial Scholarship ........................................68
S i ssistantships ........................................ 72
I' i. Ii II .1 ', S., Radio Assistantships.................................55
Domaschk scholarship Fund....................................................83
Donahoo Scholarship Fund .......................................................73
Donegan Scholarship .................................................................81
Dorini Family Graduate Tax Scholarship Fund .......................73
Doughty Graduate Research Award ........................................76
Douglas, Barry, Memorial Fellowship........................................70
Dow Alumni Fellowship Fund...................................................70
Dow Chemical Alumni Fund Graduate Fellowship ................77
Dow Chemical Graduate Fellowship in Materials Science
.. ,.., ..... .................................................................. 70
DuBow choarship ................................................................... 82
Dubow Scholarship Fund...........................................................61
Duelund, Else, Scholarship..................................................59, 79


Dunkle, John R. and Fawn T., Geography Award...................58

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duPont, Alfred I., Scholarship Fund .........................................18
duPont, Jessie Ball/Alfred I. duPont Scholarship .....................17
DuPree Real Estate Scholarship Fund.......................................66
Dykes, James E., Scholarship Fund............................................49
East Coast District Dental Society Loan ..................................68
Ebaugh Graduate Fellowship .....................................................70
Eccleston-Callahan Memorial Trust Scholarship ....................17
Eckerd Pharmacy Scholarship Fund..........................................82
Edmunds, Jones, Scholarship.....................................................49
Edwards, H. H., Scholarship Fund ............................................48
Edwardson/Burton Loan Fund ............................................ 55
-. I T T.... I I I
I 1.. i i i ..F..ind ...........................................................73
I ... .1 ...... .... Faculty/Staff Scholarship .....................49
Elizabeth E. Larsen Graduate Memorial Scholarship...............44
Eller, Marlin, Memorial MWI Corporation Scholarship.........36
Elton Hinton Memorial Scholarship Fund...............................64
Engineering Dean's Scholarship ................................................48
...... ..... TI h Center (ERC) for Particle Science
T I... I Undergraduate Scholarship .....................50
Enrollment Requirements..........................................................12
... ... i of America (ESA) Undergraduate
cho arship ..........................................................................39
Environmental Alumni Scholarship .........................................50
Environmental Writing Scholarship .........................................53
Epstein Memorial Scholarship Fund .........................................65
Ernst A w ard ................................................................................78
Ernst Scholarship........................................................................83
Ervin Scholarship Fund..............................................................74
Eschbach, Philip I., Scholarship Fund ......................................18
Eschmann Fellowship in Psychiatry..........................................79
Essenpreis, Patricia S., Memorial Scholarship..........................57
i.. I1 .i,, D. and Mary Ann, Scholarship Fund............45
S...... l. Classics Enrichment ..........................................57
..... Scholarship.........................................................56
Etheridge, Jr., Mr. and Mr- r- "' W., Scholarship Fund ....42
Eubank, Victor Gamett C ...t I I Scholarship ......................18
Evans Endowed Scholarship Fund ............................................65
Exit Counseling ..........................................................................22
Extem ships ..................................................................................23
Exxon Loans ...............................................................................21
Faber, Jr., Memorial Scholarship for Pediatric Cardiology
Fun d .....................................................................................80
Faculty/EDSA Scholarship Award............................................44
Fahien Endowed Teaching Scholarship....................................70
Fairbanks Award.........................................................................76
Fairing Music Scholarship..........................................................51
F .,,1, i ... .. I .-, Scholarship Fund .....................................18
S...... I. 11 Term Scholars Fellowship ..........................66
Farm Credit of Central Florida Scholarship .............................35
Farm Credit of North Florida Scholarship................................35
Farm Credit of South Florida Scholarship................................36
Farm Credit of Southwest Florida Scholarship.........................36
Farris, Colonel Glenn A., Scholarship .....................................26
F. I i i. I .,, I, .... r Fcellence...................82
F. i ., .. .1... I .. In Fundfor
... .... F .. ............................................................. 60
Federal Community service .............................................. 22
Fe ,. ,. .,. .... II,
Fe I .1 I i .I ,, ...... ,l I ,

F e ,l ,, i [ I I ,,, in i 1 I I
Federal Direct Stafford/Ford Loan.............................................19
Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford/Ford Loan......................19
Federal Perkins Loan..................................................................21
Federal PIN s..................................................................................3
Federal Student Aid Report (SAR) ............................................4
Federal Work-Study.......................................................17, 22, 90
Fee Paym ent................................................................................11
Feiss, Carl, Memorial Fund ........................................................67
Felos, Pete G. and Anna, Scholarship in Greek Studies.........56
Ferguson Scholarship Fund........................................................73
Femandez Family Scholarship/New World School of the
A rts ......................................................................................5 1
Femandez Scholarships ..............................................................48
Fessler, Charles W., Jr., Scholarship ........................................53
Fessler, Charles W., Sr., and Miriam A. Fessler Scholarship ..52
Fessler, Judith D., U,. 1 I. 1 .. a, 1. 1 ., 1,
Field, Joseph S., Jr., I., .t ".
Financial Aid Loans and Part-Time Employment..................63
.. II ,, Fund ........................................82
Finger, Kenneth F., Fellowship Fund .......................................60
Finley Scholarship Fund ............................................................81
First Bankers MBA Fellowship Fund ........................................65
First Coast Award.......................................................................61
Fish, James S., Scholarship ........................................................53
Fisher MBA Fellowship Fund....................................................65
Fisher, Jane E., Memorial Scholarship ......................................53
i .......... i.... Memorial Scholarship .....................................38
-I ....... .... alhoun, Scholarship Fund...............................42
-I .. ,. Memorial Fund ................................................79
Florida Agricultural Conference and Trade Show
Scholarship ..........................................................................40
.. ... .1 i i.11i of Fame Scholarship.........................37
I I ., i .... I, .ild Loan Fund....................................43
Florida Association of Agricultural Educators (FAAE)
Outstanding Junior.............................................................37


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Florida Association of Agricultural Educators (FAAE)
Outstanding Senior.............................................................37
Florida Association of Broadcasters (FAB) Leroy Collins
Memorial Scholarship.........................................................53
Florida Association of County Agricultural Agents
Outstanding Extension Education Student......................37
Florida Association of Education Data Systems.......................86
Florida Bar Foundation, Glenn Terrell Scholarship Fund.......75
Florida Board of Education Minority Community C I
Transfer Scholarships........................................................30
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I I I .. .. I ... I, I I. ,,I

Florida Cattlemen's Association................................................38
Florida Cattlewomen's Association...........................................38
Florida Chapter, American Academy of Matrimonial
Law years T uition..................................................................72
Florida Chapter, Soil and Water Conservation Society
Scholarship ..........................................................................41
Florida Chapters of the Federation of Garden Clubs,
Grants, and Scholarships...................................................67
FloridaC II ,.I 1i I
Florida .., I .. I I 4. I., 4 )
Florida Department "' ..1.., ...1 ,. .mer Services,
1 II I I, I ,,
Florida Dietetic Association Scholarship ...........................40, 64
i ,, .r ..... ... .. : i. l rsh ip ..................................48
- .. I .. I ., i l.olarships.............................39
I .. I .. ..... .... I I..t, Fun d .................................50
Florida Federation of Garden Clubs Scholarship in
memory of H. Harold Hume ..............................................64
Florida Fertilizer and Agrichemical Association
Scholarship ..........................................................................36
Florida FFAFoundation Memorial Scholarship.......................37
Florida Forestry Foundation Scholarship ..................................41
Florida Fund for Minority Teachers/Minority Teachers
Education Scholarship (MTES) ........................................30
Florida GO. .. i ll ....
F lo r id a N c .11. 1 tl. I l. l ,t i ,. ,. I
Florida Nurserymen and Growers Association.........................86
Florida Pest Control Tuition Awards........................................39
Florida Prepaid C II Board...................................................85
Florida Press Club Scholarship ..................................................53
Florida Public Relations Associations (FPRA) Frank
Rathbun Scholarship ..........................................................55
Florida Realtors Educational Foundation Scholarship Fund ...42
Florida Relay Service..................................................................31
Florida Road Builders Scholarship ............................................49
Florida Rock Industries, Inc., Scholarship ................................49
Florida Rural Rehabilitation Corporation Fund.......................34
Florida Santa Gertrudis Association ........................................38
Florida Section ASAE(American Society of Agricultural
...... Scholarship Fund..............................................36
Florida Section Institute of Food Technologists
1T 1 ,I _. 1..,, 1. 1 1.;, 40
F I ,, I ,. ,,I .. T, T,-, ... ... I ,t 4 9
Florida Society of Health System Pharmacists Scholarship ....61
Florida Student Assistance Grants......................................18, 19
Florida Surveying and Mapping Society Scholarship
Fun d ...............................................................................41, 49
Florida Veterinary Medicine Association Scholarship
Fun d ....................................................................................83
Florida A. ... i i .1 .,1 ,1 .. (VR).....................32
Florida ,I1 .. -t .. ...... Inc., Scholarship
Fun d .....................................................................................73
Fly A ssistantship.........................................................................72
FMC Scholarship, Fellowship and Assistantship Fund............40
Fogarty Memorial Scholarship Fund ........................................73
I- 1 I 1.olarship............................................................53
II I I I Scholarship....................................................17
Foote A w ard ...............................................................................82
Foote, Lydia, Memorial Emergency Loan Fund .......................61
Foote, Lydia, Service Award......................................................61
Foote, Perry A., Award ..............................................................61
Ford Foundation Diversity Fellowships.....................................87
Ford Foundation Endowment for Tropical Conservation
and Development................................................................26
Foreign Language and Area Studies (Title VI) Academic
Year and Summer Fellowships............................................26
Foster Conant Scholarship Award............................................67
Foster Memorial Scholarship Fund ...........................................82
Fowler Fund-Business .................................................................65
Frank, Kevin Scott, Scholarship................................................70
Frank, Kevin, Memorial Scholarship ........................................49
Franklin, Paul G. and Harriette C., Scholarship......................18
Frazier-Tanner Scholarship........................................................56
Frederick Family Scholarship in Physical Therapy ..................72
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) .................2
Freedom Forum Scholarships .....................................................53
Freeland Graduate Tax Scholarship..........................................73
Friends of Music/Out-of-State Tuition Waivers ......................51
Fry Family Endowed MBA Fellowship Fund............................65
Frye General Contracting Scholarship .....................................43
FTBA (Florida Thoroughbred Breeders Association)
Scholarship ..........................................................................38
Fuhrman, Robert D. and Flora E., Scholarship ........................18
-..F n, u, C-,S .. E..... 4

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Fulton, Guy I I Scholar I p in Engineering Fund
Fulton, Guy C., Scholarship in Engineering Fund ................... 45


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Fuschetto Scholarship Fund.....................................................
Fyfe Family Scholarship Fund..................................................
G. L. Patten, Sr./G. L. Patten, Jr. Memorial Scholarship......
Gahan, James and Margaret, Scholarship Fund.....................
( .... II I ,,, ,. "I I i,,, ,, .. ... ', ,, ,, I,
C ... .... I I I I.

Gainesville Builders Association Scholarship ........................
....... I I,

Gartner Group Graduate Fellowship ......................................
Gartner Group Ii., ... .. T I... i I..,..
C-'t- 0 rnl-,,ri I,, I. L
C .. I, ........ Scholarship ..................................................
Gator Club Scholarships..........................................................
Gaynes, Barbara, Scholarship .............................................
GeneralElectric- ...i.1, ,. 1 1 ... I. .. ...
G e .. i V ..... .... I ., I.,t
Ge. .. ... II Presidential Scholars Fund...........
Gerson, Gary R., Discretionary Scholarship...........................
Gerson, Preston, and Company, CPA Fellowship Fund.......
Gerson/New World School of the Arts Scholarship .............
GFOA Minority Government Finance ..................................
GFOA Undergraduate or C, ... .......
Gibbs, M.D. Scholarship F ... I
Gibson Fellowship Endowment..............................................
Gilkey Fifth-Year Student Professional Award ......................
Gilkey Fourth-Year Student Professional Award...................
Gilkey Pin-Up Award .............................................................
Gilkey f ...I.. F .F... 1
G in n ( I ... I .I 1 .. i .. ..I i
Givens Scholarship Fund.........................................................
Glick Graduate Research Award ...........................................
Gloss, Graham K. Scholarship ...............................................
Glover Memorial Scholarship Fund.......................................
Glover, Meredith Lewis, Memorial Scholarship Fund...........
Godron Medical Scholarship Fund ........................................
Godron, Mr. & Mrs. W. A., Engineering Scholarship Fund
Goggin Memorial Scholarship Fund.......................................
Goin, Sanford, Scholarship Fund............................................
Gold Family Scholarship Fund................................................
C I II ,. ,,, l I h I. I I ,,I
C I ... ... h I ii Iit i.,. I
Goodmark Scholarship ...........................................................
Goodrum, Inez Culp, Scholarship Fund .................................
Goodwin Memorial Scholarship Fund....................................
Gorbach Scholarships of Bitner.Com .....................................
Gordon, Peter G.,/Sun-Sentinel Scholarship.........................
Gore, Gov. R. H., Scholarships...............................................
Gorman Award for Excellence in Quantitative Research.....
Gorman Award for i .I
Gossman, Otis, Memorial Scholarship ...................................
Graduate Assistantships...........................................................
Graduate Pre-dissertation Research Travel Awards...............
Graduate School Fellowships ..................................................
Graduate Teaching/Research Assistantships..........................
Graeffe Scholarship..................................................................
Graeffe, A. Didier, Scholarship...............................................
Graham, Philip L., Scholarship Fund .....................................
Graham/Gilman Wildlife Resident Fellowship......................
Grainger Scholarship ...............................................................
G ran ts........................................................................................
Grass Fellows..i I .. .
Gray, Harris, l I .. I I I ,i l..
Fun d .................................................................................
Greater Hollywood Dental Society Loan ...............................
Greathouse, Frank L., Government Accounting
Scholarship ........................................................................
C. i .1. .ii Memorial Fund............................................
Ureene, George R., Scholarship Fund ....................................
Greenman, J. R., Memorial Fund............................................
Greenman, J. R., Memorial Scholarship.................................
Gregory, Arikka, Scholarship ..................................................
Greiner Professional Scholarship ............................................
Griesheimer, Nelson R., Scholarship......................................
G rinter Fellow ships ..................................................................
Grodsky, Vladimir, Memorial Scholarship Fund ...................
Groff, James and Judith, Scholarship ......................................
Gundersen, Sr., Martin, Scholarship ......................................
H. H. Block Construction Education Fund............................
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F I .. I I ... I II i t. ,, I 1 I
Hal's Hope Equine Studies Scholarship ..................................
Hall Fellowship Fund ...............................................................
Halpem, Richard Alan, Scholarship.......................................
Halsey, Earl W., Scholarship Fund..........................................
Hames, Courtney, Memorial Award.......................................
Hamilton Scholarship..............................................................
Hamm, Cleve, Scholarship......................................................
Hancock, Donna and John, Scholarship ................................
Hanger Graduate Research Award ........................................
Harbin, Jr., Medical Scholarship Fund ..................................
H ardy Scholarship ....................................................................
Hargrave Memorial Fund.........................................................
Harms Scholarship Fund..........................................................
Ham Museum of Art Scholarships and Fellowships ..............
Harold, Mills, Hawkins Scholarship Fund..............................
Harriet-Homer Memorial Loan Fund.....................................
Harris Communications Graduate Fellowship .......................
H arris Scholarship ....................................................................
Harris Student Award Memorial Awards...............................
H arris, Paul R ., Fund................................................................


Harrison, Dalton S., -i .. 1 i,... .. .. Society Scholarships..36
Harrison, Gardner Mark, Scholarship.......................................54
Harry Truman Scholarship Foundation....................................28
Hart Loan Fund ..........................................................................74
Hartman Scholarship Fund........................................................73
Hartt, Earl Wilmont, Scholarship .............................. 40, 64
Harvard Jolly Clees Toppe Architects, P.A., Scholarship... 67
Hatcher Foundation Statistics Fund ........................................79
Hatcher, Pickett &, Educational Fund .....................................89
Haufler Award ............................................................................80
Haufler Psychiatry Fund.............................................................80
Hauptman Scholarship Fund.....................................................77
Hauptman, Michael, Scholarship Fund ....................................56
Hausch, Grace, and John M. Hausch Memorial Fund ............25
H aw k in s, W .. .. h... .1 l.. ..i r .,.
H ay and 1., I I ... .. h I ,i l i II l. ,, i.... I
H aynes, I ... .. I I. ...................................61
Health Protessions general bchoarship.............................53, 72
Health Professions S,.. I ,., I ... 1 .. .... 84
Heam, Vemice Law, Scholarship .............................................44
Hearst, Randolph A., Broadcast News Scholarship.................54
Heart Failure Fellowship ...........................................................81
Hebrew I ......... ..... 1 il.. Scholarship.............88
Heide, .... I .. I. I. .................................. 83
Heide, Harold S., Memorial Scholarship ..................................83
Heide, Theodore H., Memorial Scholarship ............................83
Henderson Scholarship Fund ...................................................83
FT ... I H 1. 1., 1.; 48
I I I I II i I.... 77
Herlong, A. S., Graduate Fellowship........................................64
Hemdon, Phillip L., Endowment in Economics ......................36
Herrbold Memorial Fund ...........................................................81
H ess A w ards................................................................................65
Hetrick, Dr. Lawrence A., Fund for Scholarships/
Fellow ships...........................................................................38
Hiaasen, C. A., Scholarship ......................................................54
H ill Fun d .....................................................................................81
Hill, Coite and Mildred, Scholarship Fund ..............................18
D.i I .. I. I. I Irship Endowment Fund..............................80
Fl.... 1. I. I i Fun d ............................................................83
Hirons MBA Fellowship Fund...................................................65
Hispanic Association of C II Universities (HACU)
Scholarship Program ..........................................................88
Hispanic C II Fund Scholarship ..........................................86
Hispanic Scholarship Fund........................................................88
Hockmeyer Endowment Fund for Science and Business
Education ....................................................................................65
I-- I Tuition Scholarship Fund ...........................................73
FI ... ... Charles A. and Alma A., Scholarship...............44, 69

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Holloway, Albert, Graduate Fellowship ...................................70
Holtsbei. '- ., i ,I 'I
H om er ,... I I I I I I I I..t I... I i
Hooper, Jr., Memorial Awards...................................................78
H orn A w ard................................................................................78
Horn Music Fund .......................................................................51
Home Memorial Award.............................................................79
Horse Farm One Hundred Scholarship ................................... 84
Howard Scholarship Fund for Latin American Students ........26
Howard, R. Holt, Endowed Scholarship...................................39
Hower Travel Prize .....................................................................26
Hubbell Scholarship Fund in Theatre Studies ........................71
Hubbell, Lawrence Baynard, Scholarship Fund in Theatre
Studies .................................................................................52
Hudson, Jr., Herbert, Scholarship .............................................70
Hughes Estate .......................................................................40, 64
Hughes Predoctoral Fellowship .................................................87
Hulsey, Jr., Mark, Student Loan Fund ......................................75
Hundred Club of Broward County Inc. Scholarship Fund .18
Hunt Brothers Endowment for Fellowship in Citrus Research &
Education, Lake Alfred .......................................................64
Hunter Loan Fund......................................................................80
Hunter, George Graham, Scholarship Fund ............................80
Hunter, Thomas O., Scholarship Fund....................................45
Husmann Scholarship ................................................................39
Hutchinson, John H. G., Scholarship.......................................36
I I I .F h. I. .. ... I II I I, I I I 1.h lI
I I.. T .. .. A ... I '
i ... I i, i., 1 i. Scholarship .....................................84
., I I ,,,l l..II T,...m, Furen, & GinsburgP.A.
Scholarship Fund...............................................................73
IEEE, William i .. I ... I .... I 4
Industrialand I I ... I ... .... . I
Ingraham, Ethel L., Theatre Schoarship Fund ........................52
Inman Graduate Fellowship Fund.............................................83
Institute of Food Technologists Scholarship ............................40
Instrumentation, Systems and Automation Society ................87
Interior De ; .. 1. 1 1.;, 11
Intematior .I .. i ........ ti .l, I I 1 I .. I ,. .l
Intemational Center T. i .1 l I I. 1 i. .. .....
Study A broad ....................................................................
IntemationalCenter Merit Scholarships for Summer Study
A broad .................................................................................27
Intern ships ............................................................................23, 39
ITT Rayonier Foundation Senior Scholarship.........................41
.1 II I II holarshipFund .................................59
.. I i........ Tuition Scholarship Fund ...............73


Index 93

Jacksonville Veterinary Medical Society Emergency Loan.....84
Javits, Jacob, Fellowship
Jenkins Foundation/Publ]' I I..
Jrr.ir.: .-l- -.r-,i- 41
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Jerry Robinson- Inweld Cooperation ........................................87
Johnson Dental Student Loan...................................................68
Johnson, Donald R., Memorial..................................................42
Johnson, McMillan H., Scholarship ........................................67
Johnson, Steve, Scholarship ......................................................67
Johnson, T. W., Loan.................................................................21
Johnson, Carl E., Memorial Fund .......................................42, 49
Johnston, Brady S., Scholarship Fund.......................................65
Joiner, J. N., Graduate Student Scientific Presentation
Scholarship ..........................................................................64
Joiner, J. N., Scholarship............................................................64
Jones Award for Originality and Creativity in Organic and
Inorganic Chemistry ...........................................................77
Jones, Jr., Marion and John Paul, Scholarship .........................54
Jones, Mary Ann, Memorial Scholarship ................................36
Jones-Edmunds Fellowship.........................................................70
1 .,. ""'; ... 1 1 ,., 1.,, i ,, 1. 1 ,, 1.;
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Julin Memorial Scholarship ......................................................73
S.1 ... ... i, ... .... i i ,. i. I .. I., Fun d .....................24 25
S... ... I Pund .............................68
Kappa Delta Pi Educational Foundation Scholarships .. 45, 69
Katzoff, Annette Kendall, Fellowship Fund..............................79
Kaufman, Nancy Ellen, Scholarship ........................................59
Kazarian Family Scholarship......................................................82
Keene Graduate Fellowship.......................................................78
Keene, R. D., Memorial Scholarship Fund...............................35
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Kerlin, Jim, Broadcasting Scholarships .....................................54
Kimley-Hom Award ..................................................................67
Kimley-Hom Scholarship ..........................................................70
Kippert Memorial Scholarship ..................................................71
Kirbo, Irene B., Memorial Scholarship .....................................18

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Knight, John S. and James L., Foundation Scholarships .........54
Knox Millsaps Graduate Fellowships ........................................70
Knox Millsaps Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant
A w ard...................................................................................71
Kohn, Alfred M., Memorial Scholarships.................................54
Koleos Graduate Scholarship ....................................................78
Koleos, Daniel L., Undergraduate Scholarship ........................58
Kolko, Philip and David, Memorial Scholarship Fund............57
Koos Scholarship Memorial Fund .............................................69
Korf Turfgrass Research Fund....................................................64
Kosciusko Foundation Tuition Scholarships ............................89
Kraft Foods Scholarship .............................................................48
Krezdom, A. H., Memorial Scholarship ...................................40
Kubiet, LeoL 1 ,;;,.. 1. 1., .;1
LaCasitaRafi. I ...
La Casita, Co ,. I I .... i .,,, l. I .. It
La Fontaine Fellowship Endowment Fund ...............................41
Laborers Intl. Union of N. America (LIUNA) Arthur Coia and
R.P. Vinall Scholarship Fund ......................................43
Laitinen Graduate Fellowship ...................................................77
Lakes and Hills Garden Club Scholarship................................36
Lamothe, E. F '.,; ..1i,. 1 1. 1 .;, .......................35
Lampros Grad.. i I I.,t ... II ... I..p Fund..............65
Lancaster Scholarship ................................................................45
Landers-Atkins Planners Award ...............................................67
Landscape Architecture Student Award Fund........................44
Landsman Endowed Fellowship Fund.......................................79
Lane, Trohn, Clarke, Bertrand, &Williams Scholarship
Fun d .....................................................................................73
Langadas, Angelo, Scholarship..................................................56
,.. 1 1. ., 1.;, Fun d ..........................................................5 1
..'. I '. 1I ... Fellowship in Public Policy Research.....65
Lanzillotti/Poynter Scholarship Fund........................................42
Larsen Music Scholarship Fund.................................................51
Larsen, Elizabeth E., Graduate Memorial Scholarship.............69
Larsen, M. J., Award ..................................................................49
Larson Memorial Scholarship....................................................42
L .. ',.1 ,., .1.. 1. 1 1. 42
L ,,,,, I ,,I I ,,, ,, I ,. I,, I '.l .,
D evelopm ent .......................................................................18
Latwaitis, Dorothy E. and Theodore R., Memorial
Scholarship ..........................................................................58
Law School Faculty Scholarship Fund......................................73
Lawrence Fellowships Endowment ...........................................64
Lawrence, David, Sr., Scholarship ...........................................54
S h h I I 1. J I4

Leavenworth/McClaskey Undergraduate Scholarship Fund ..50
Leavitt, Norma M., Scholarship Fund ......................................52
L i. i ,1.i I T .. Program Academic Year
bcholarsh p ........................................................................ 27

.Leonard Tuition Scholarsip I ... I3
Leonard Tuition Scholarship ...............................................73


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Leonard, Elizabeth and William F., Endowment Scholarship
Fun d ...............................................................................45, 69
Lesueur, Fred, Scholarship Fund................................................65
Levin Scholarship Fund .............................................................80
Levitt A w ard...............................................................................79
Levy, George A., Scholarship....................................................54
Lewis Memorial Fund.................................................................74
Lewis Memorial Loan Fund .......................................................75
Liberty, Charlotte M., Scholarships..........................................72
Library Fines ...............................................................................11
Likins, Roy W ., Scholarship......................................................87
Lipsky, Michael A., Scholarship Fund......................................58
Lively, Hal W ., Memorial Scholarship Fund ..........................39
Llewelyn Loan Fund...................................................................75
L oan s .............................................................................................1
Loans for Disadvantaged Students ............................................68
Locke Scholarship Fund.............................................................73
Lockhart Graduate Student Pre-Dissertation Travel Award.75
Lockhart, Madelyn M., Endowed Doctoral Fund.....................65
Lockhart, Madelyn, Fellowship Fund........................................76
Lockheed Martin Student Support Program Fund..................45
Loften, W. T., Scholarship ........................................................37
Lombardi Sci. i .. ... 4
Lombardi, C .il... I .. I.. ,
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Long, ...d W J. and A. C. Wise Scholarship Fund......25
Lorenz .i i Endowed Scholarship......................................68
Lowe Scholarship Fund..............................................................40
Lowe, Doris, and Earl and Verna Lowe Scholarship................35
Lowenstein Assistantship...........................................................72
Lowenstein, Rachel B., Scholarship..........................................54
Lumia Memorial Fellowship Fund.............................................66
Lusky Scholarship Fund .............................................................42
Lybass, Jim and John, Forest Landowners Scholarship(s) .......41
Lykes Music Scholarship Fund ..................................................71
Lykes, Velma, Fruit Crop Scholarship Fund.............................35
Lykes, Velma, Music Scholarship Fund ....................................51
Lytal, Jr. Scholarship Fund.........................................................73
Mabry Loan Fund .......................................................................75
Macdonald Prize Fund................................................................73
MacFarlane, Ausley, Ferguson, and McCullen Scholarship
Fun d .....................................................................................73
MacLennan Memorial Scholarship Fund ................................73
Madison Memorial Foundation Fellowship ..............................86
Madison, James, Memorial Fellowship Foundation .................28
Madison, James, Memorial Foundation ....................................86
Mahan, D.D.S., Ph.D., Endowed Fellowship............................68
Malagodi, Jr., E. F., Memorial Scholarship ...............................79
Malasanos Scholarship Fund .....................................................82
Malasanos, Lois, Scholarship Fund ...........................................60
Maloney Memorial Loan Fund ..................................................75
Maloney Scholarship Fund ........................................................73
Manatee County Medical Society.............................................87
Manatee County Scholarship Fund ..........................................18
Manee, Sr., Harry R., Scholarship Fund...................................40
Maples Scholarship Fund...........................................................76
Marees, Maria, Memorial Women's Leadership
Scholarship ..........................................................................56
Maroon MBA Fellowship Endowment.....................................66
Marshall Scholarships ................................................................28
Marshall, Adison Franklin, Scholarship in Civil Engineering
Fun d .....................................................................................49
Marston, Ann Gamett, Scholarship .........................................25
Martin County Master Gardner Scholarship ...........................36
Martin, i. Scholarship...................................................35
Martin, I ... and Annie Mae Martin Phillips Scholarship
Fun d ...............................................................................45, 69
Mason III, William C., Memorial Scholarship Fund ...............18
Masseria, Bernard F., Scholarship/Fellowship Fund.................25
Massey, W W ., Sr., Presidential Scholarship Fund.................56
Master Promissory Note.............................................................20
Mathematics Department Graduate Fellowship.......................78
Matthews Graduate Fellowship in Finance Fund.....................66
Matthews, Billy, Scholarship Fund ...........................................26
Matthews, Richard F., Graduate Scholarship...........................65
Mautz Law Review Scholarship.................................................73
Mautz, Estl-.-r "', "i-" ,- cholarship.............................25
May, Sr. I .. II .. Fund....................................64
Mayo, Nathan, Scholarship......................................................35
McCaughey Graduate Fellowship .............................................71
McFerrin, John B., Scholarship.................................................42
McGee Scholarship....................................................................74
McGhee, Max B., Scholarship ..................................................37
McGraw-Hill Professional Travel Award .................................79
McGuire Scholarship .................................................................69
McGuire, Dr. Vincent, Scholarship..........................................45
McKethan, Alfred A., Scholarship ...........................................25
McKown Scholarship/Fellowship Endowment Fund ...............40
McKown, Bobby F., Scholarship ...............................................36
McLaughlin, Charles Vincent and Heidi Cole, Endowment..56
McLean Memorial Scholarship Fund........................................43
McNair Scholars Program..........................................................26
McNeill Scholarship Fund.........................................................74
McNulty Fellowship Fund ........................................................66
McNulty MBAEndowment .......................................................66
McQuown Scholarship ..............................................................75
McQuown, O. Ruth, Scholarship Fund....................................56
Meade Memorial Fellowship......................................................81
Mechanical Engineering Teaching Assistant Awards ............70


Medical C II General Scholarship ......................................81
Medical School M.D. Ph.D. Program .......................................81
Medicine Shoppe Scholarship...................................................61
Mellon Fellowships in Humanistic Studies........................28, 87
Memolo Memorial Scholarship Fund......................................49
Memorial, Charles Hardee, Scholarship...................................38
Men's Garden Club of Jacksonville James N. Watson
Scholarship ..........................................................................36
Mendenhall Fellowship Fund ....................................................79
Mendenhall Statistics.................................................................79
Merck Graduate Fellowship .......................................................79
Merdinger Scholarship Fund .....................................................82
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Metta Heathcote Scholarship....................................................18
Meyer Scholarship......................................................................45
Meyer, Wilma D., Scholarship Fund ..................................24, 25
Meyerson Scholarship ................................................................82
Meyerson, Al and Belle, Merit Award......................................61
Miami Beach Bar Association Scholarship Fund .....................75
Miami Herald South Florida Scholarships................................54
Michopoulos, Basilios, Scholarship ...........................................56
Mickelberry, Barbara and William, Scholarship ......................18
Micolucci Scholarship Fund ......................................................82
Micolucci, Victor, Scholarship Fund .......................................60
Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) Cape
Canaveral Chapter ..............................................................86
Milk Bottle Promotion Fund ............................................. 64
,11 .... .. .,, ..,. ..6 6
III I, I I,,t I,, I 4 6 6
Miller, C. J., Scholarship............................................................81
Miller, Nell C., Scholarship Fund.............................................80
Miller, Nell Critzer, Scholarship ...............................................25
Miller, Robert and Diane, Scholarship .....................................67
Minority Education Scholarship (MES).................................. 87
Minority Scholarship .................................................................86
Mirabella, Joanne and Charles, Scholarship ............................54
Mitchell Memorial Scholarship.................................................38
Mitchell Scholarships.................................................................28
Monteen Johnson Gold Merit Award ......................................61
Montgomery, Dallas, Memorial Scholarship ............................49
Moore Memorial Award Fund...................................................38
Moore, Alan C., Scholarship.....................................................52
Morales Scholarship Fund ........................................................74
I 1 I I '1 I .. .. .. .... .i )
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Morton Award ............................................................................45
Morway Memorial Graduate Fellowship...................................70
MosbacherLillian P., Scholarship Fund ....................................18
Moseley, .i ,i i. ,. i..
M otorola i ... I I .i I I.. i I I.. ... i 1 ,, .1
Sr..... .....Fund ................................................................70
Mu:-. ... i l. Honorary ..........................................................59
Mulrennan Scholarship Fund....................................................38
Murphey, Milledge, Memorial Scholarship Fund ....................38
Murphree Engineering Loan Fund ............................................48
Murphree, A. A., Loan Fund.....................................................48
Murphree, Claude C., Memorial Loan Fund ............................52
Murphree, Jennie Henderson, Scholarship...............................25
Murphy Loan Fund.....................................................................75
My State Park Photos.com ........................................................88
NAACP,* ... I 1 1.1., 1.;, 1"
NAACPI ,1 I. I..,
NACDS Scholarship..................................................................61
Named Presidential Fellowships ................................................62
National Academy for Nuclear Training Fellowship..............71
National Academy for Nuclear Training Scholarships ...........50
National Achievement Scholarships .......................................24
National Association of Home Builders.............................43, 68
National Community Pharmacists Association Foundation
Loan s....................................................................................61
National Health Service Corps Scholarship Program .............87
National Institutes of Health (NIH) Scholarship....................87
National Merit Finalist Scholarships .......................................24
National Poultry & Food Distributors Association
Scholarship ..........................................................................86
National Science Fellowships....................................................28
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships
Program ................................................................................87
National Security Education .....................................................28
NAVC Emergency Loan............................................................84
Navy National Four-Year NROTC Nursing Scholarship .......60
Navy National Four-Year NROTC Scholarship......................60
Navy National Two-year Scholarship.......................................60
NCPA Presidential Scholar Award ..........................................61
Neilson, Dixie, Museum Studies Registration Internship .......26
Neimark, Debra Levy, Scholarship ...........................................89
New World School of the Arts Scholarship............................51
New York Times Scholarships...................................................54
Newins and Ziegler Scholarship Fund ......................................41
Newman, Stuart G., Public Relations Scholarship..................54
Newton, Red, Freedom of Information Assistantships ............55
Nicoletti Scholarship .................................................................83
Niddrie Memorial Scholarship ..................................................75
Nielsen, George A., Public Investor Scholarship.....................86
Noah Scholarship Fund .............................................................80
Noble, Ruth Selby, Memorial Scholarship/Fellowship Fund ..18
Norris, Jr., Lieutenant Randy, Scholarship Fund .....................45
North American Veterinary Conference Scholarship.............84
North Central Florida Society of Health-System Pharmacists
A w ard ..................................................................................61


Index 94

Notley Scholarship Fund ..........................................................26
Nnvnormd &v Memorial Award for Artistic Pursuits................51
S... .... tsolidated Support........................................ 60
Nursing Student Loan Fund ......................................................60
Nursing Veteran's Scholarship ................................ 60, 82
Nutter, Hazen E., Scholarship Fund ........................................56
O'Brien MBA Scholars Endowment Fund..............................66
O'C .... ii ri T... -holarships...................................25
O 'C .... 11 i i. I., .,, Fund ...........................................33
0 .... ,* .i ,.i i ., 1i i, .rship ......................18
O' ..l ... I .. .. i I .. Excellence ..........57
Odum Graduate Fellowship Fund .............................................70
Off-campus jobs.................................................................... 223
Office of Research and Graduate Programs Division of
Sponsored Research Web site ............................................63
Olson Graduate Fellowship Fund.............................................64
Orange County Farm Bureau Scholarship................................35
Orlando Sentinel/South Florida Sun-Sentinel Scholarships...54
Osman/Rhoton Fellowship Exchange.......................................81
Other Personnel Services ........................................ 22, 23
Out-of-State Tuition Reductions........................................ 225
P. S. Tyre Memorial Scholarship ..............................................66
Pacific West Cancer Fund Scholarship.....................................18
Palm Beach County Medical Society Auxiliary Scholarship
Fun d .....................................................................................80
Palm Beach County Pharmaceutical Association
Scholarship ..........................................................................61
Palm Beach Post/Cox Foundation Scholarships ......................55
Palmer Scholarship.....................................................................40
Parker, Winifred Todd, Scholarship Fund................................18
Parking Fines...............................................................................11
Pamell-Tillery Dental Loan.......................................................68
Parrino Graduate Student Endowment ....................................66
Part-Time Student Employment ........................................
Paslay, L. C., Scholarships .........................................................48
Patrick, Chris, Scholarship Program ........................................53
Peacock, Gary, Scholarship .......................................................54
Pearce-Deyo Scholarships..........................................................54
Pearson Education Professional Travel Award.........................79
Peart, Bob and Virginia, Scholarship Fund ..............................36
Pell Grant, Federal...................................................17, 18, 19, 20
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Pe,,. Ii, ,I II ,. ,,. I ,. ,,,,,

Perry Memorial Scholarship in Greek Studies .........................76
Perry Scholarship for Study in Greece......................................56
Perry Scholarship irt. 1' I T. ,
Perry Scholarship ir. II .... .. I ..
Peterson, Herbert and Edith, Endowment Fund ......................56
Pettus, Gini, Portfolio Award....................................................44
Pfizer Community Pharmacy Leadership Award......................61
Pfizer Epilepsy Scholarship Award ............................................33
Phelps Foundation Scholarships ........................................39, 41
Phelps Scholarship Fund ............................................................69
Phelps Scholarship SHARE ......................................................40
Phelps, Earle P., Loan Fund .......................................................48
Phelps, William T., Scholarship Fund ......................................45
Phi Alpha Delta Loans...............................................................75
Phi Chi Omega Scholarship ......................................................39
Phi Delta Phi Loan Fund ...........................................................75
Phillips Foundation ....................................................................81
Phillips, Bridgett Bemadette, Scholarship Fund ......................58
Physics Teaching Assistant of the Year ....................................78
Pickard Assistantship .................................................................72
Pilling, Cora B ..........................................................................21
Pinkerton Scholarship Fund ......................................................74
P. .. .. ..i ........................................... 79
P ......... i ii i ,. I i ... ... th e C 1 II
Engineering.........................................................................70
Pitts Music Scholarship Fund ....................................................71
Pitts, David E., Memorial Scholarship Fund, Inc ...................43
Pitts, Edith P., Music Scholarship Fund ...................................51
PNSLeadership Scholarship ......................................................60
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Polston, S., Memorial Fund .......................................................64
Ponikvar, Cathie/NRHH Award ..............................................26
Ponsoldt Family Educational Endowment...............................42
Poole, William E., Scholarship Fund ........................................49
Pope, P. M., Scholarship Fund ..................................................45
Porter Cre ., ..i... F 11 I.,i 77
Potter, W ill. ..... I I I I ... 1. I .. I..tL ... I 52
Poultry Science Outstanding Graduate Student Award .......65
Pound, Annie C., Scholarship in Engineering Fund ..............45
Pound, Jr., C. A., Fund in Engineering.....................................45
Povey, Edna L., Fund .................................................................58
Powers, Timer, Scholarship .......................................................35
Pratt Scholarship Fund...............................................................80
President's Scholarship...............................................................58
Presser Scholarship .....................................................................52
Price American...........................................................................78
Price Scholarship Fund ..............................................................35
Price, J. Ed and Betty B., Scholarship Fund .............................69
Prince, Judy Lynn, Scholarship .................................................54
Proctor & Gamble Chemical Engineering Scholarship
Fun d .....................................................................................48
Proctor and Gamble Scholarship ..............................................77
Proctor Fellowship Fund in History ........................................78
Proctor Fund ..............................................................................57
Proctor Graduate Teaching Assistant Award .........................78


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Proctor Merit Memorial Scholarship Fund.............................
Proctor Scholarship in History Fund .....................................
Proctor Tuition Scholarship ....................................................
P. i .. .. .. ... .... Consultants Scholarships..............
Prosser Memonal Scholarship .................................................
Public Employee Retirement Research and Administration
Scholarship ........................................................................
.. ...,W ., Memorial Fund ..................................24
II. ... ., Scholarship Fund ........................................
Quad-County Dental Society Loan ........................................
Q uarles A w ard..........................................................................
Rain Bird Award.......................................................................
Rain Bird Corp. Award............................................................
Rambo, Patricia B./UFIC Scholarship for Summer Study
A broad ..............................................................................
Rambo, Sr., Scholarship in Dentistry .....................................
Rambo, Sr., Scholarship in Veterinary Medicine Fund.........
Rambo, Sr., William R., Scholarship in Medicine Fund.......
Ramsaur Ditinr.ih -1 C-h, -lr A ,-rd Fp-r 1
R am saur, I' i .... I. I I. I .. .. I l... I .
R an dall Fe II I.t ... II 1 ..i I....... .. .....
Randall, Malcolm, Fellowship in Health Care
Administration..................................................................
F ... ,i ... i ., ,, Kinnan, Fellowship......................
F .... II .. larsh ip ..............................................
Raybun, Albert G., Scholarship Fund ....................................
Raynal, I .., i F ... .. 1 F..I.
Raynor I ... .1 I. I I.,
Reaves, Dorothy, String Scholarship Fund.............................
Reed, Frank and Louise, Memorial Scholarship Fun............
Reed, III, T. M., Memorial Scholarship..................................
Reed-Hill, Robert E., Scholarship...........................................
Reid Scholarship in Pharmacy Fund.......................................
Reid Scholarship inDentistry Fund ........................................
Reid, Justus, Scholarship Fund ...............................................
Reid, William T. andJackie C., Scholarship in Pharmacy
Fun d ...................................................................................
Reiner Memorial Scholarship Fund .......................................
Reitz, Frances Millikan, Music Scholarship............................
Reitz, Frances Millikan, Scholarship Fund .............................
Reitz, J. Wayne, U.i i.. 1 .. T, ......
Reitz, J. Wayne, U.. I ... ... I I I..I
Rentenbach Graduate Tax Scholarship..................................
Retail Contractors Association Scholarship ...........................
Reunion Alumni Scholarship Fund ........................................
Rhines, F. N., & W R. Tarr Scholarship Fund .....................
Rhoden Memorial Scholarship Fund ......................................
Rhoden, Steven, Memorial Scholarship.................................
Rhodes Scholarship..................................................................
Richard, Deb, Foundation Scholarship...................................
Richardson Memorial Theatre Scholarship Fund.................
Richardson, Carolyn D., Scholarship in Urban

R ich ., I ,. J ,,.. I ... .. I- .. 1. I I.,t 1 ..,. I
Richman Greer' .1 ...... i1 ,, ., k Christensen
Scholarship if.... II .. i I Floyd..............
Richter, Frank and Doris S., Memorial Scholarship
Fun d ...............................................................................24
Riker Scholarship Fund............................................................
Riley Scholarship Fund ............................................................
R inker A w ards..........................................................................
Rinker Companies Scholarship...............................................
Rizzi, James J., Scholarship ......................................................
R LL A w ard ..............................................................................
S .....i .1 ... ... Scholarship..............................
S I.... I I Endowment Fund..................
Robinson Reese Saunders Loan Fund.....................................
Robison, III, Walter "Bud", Memorial Scholarship ...............
Roche, Marion C., Scholarship Fund .....................................
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Rose Memorial Scholarship.....................................................
Rose, Robert L., Scholarship Fund..........................................

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Rosenblum Term MBA Scholar ............................................
Rosenthal Memorial Scholarship/Assistantship.....................
Rosewood Family Scholarship Fund .......................................
Rosier, N. E., Memorial Award...............................................
Rosin Scholarship.....................................................................
Ross Assistantship for Investigative Reporting .....................
R oss Fellow ship.........................................................................
Ross International Travel Award Fund ..................................
R oss Scholarship.......................................................................
Rotary International.................................................................
Roth Memorial Award............................................................
Rottman, Roger, Memorial Scholarship .................................
Ruebush Endowment ...............................................................
Ruegamer Biochemistry Scholarship.......................................
Ruge, John G., and Fannie F., Memorial................................
Ruge, John G., Scholarship .....................................................
Rumsey Foundation Endowment ............................................
..... i.., Foundation Fellowship ................................
II ..n Endowed Scholarship Fund...................
11 i 1, emorialFund ................................................
SI II -I. .1 I ,MemorialAward ........................................
Salisbury Scholarship ...............................................................
Salsbury Endowment Fund for Veterinary Medicine
Scholarships 83
Sanchez, Jose M., Scholarship 18


Sanders Endowment Fund .....................................................
Sanibel-Captiva Rotary Club Jimmy Traucht Scholarship.

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Sarette Scholar ......................................................................
Savage, Sam /SSA...................................................................
Sawyer, Earl and Ruth, Fund..................................................
Sawyer, William L., Loan Fund..............................................
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Schell, Susan Hitzler, Scholarship Fund................................
Schiebler, M.D. Children's Advocacy Award in Pediatrics.
Schlueter, Brent, Memorial Scholarship Fund......................
Schnars Annual Scholarship Endowment.............................
Schnell, Herman W., Memorial Scholarship Fund ..............
Schoessow, G. J., Scholarships ...............................................
Scholarship for Children of Deceased or Disabled Veterans
Scholarships .............................................................................
Scholarships in Jewish Communal Services ..........................
Schulevitz, Norman, Foundation Scholarship.......................
Schumacher Fellowship..........................................................
Schwartz, Moe and Laura, Scholarships ................................
Scott Memorial Scholarship Fund ........................................
Scoville, Jr., Herbert, Peace Fellowship .................................
Sebold, Howard /Herrick Smith Fellowship in Landscape
A rchitecture..................................................................4
Secrist, Dolly and Robert L., Sr., Scholarship Fund .............

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Selby Foundation.....................................................................
Selby Student Loan Fund .......................................................
Senior Law Loan Fund............................................................
Senn, Rear Admiral Elliot M., Scholarship...........................
Shands H ,i .. I. .. T I ... I I.... l
Shands I ,I ... I .. I..t
Shands Hospital Board of Directors Scholarship Fund.........
Shannon, Patricia L., Scholarships ........................................
SHAREU.. .... l.. i i. ., i.,
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* I. II Paul and Erin C., Scholarship Fund ..................
Sherbume, George and Karla, Scholarship ...........................
Shewey Award.........................................................................
Shih Scholarship .....................................................................
Shinn, Jr., Charles M., Memorial Scholarship ......................
Short-term loans...................................................................21
Shutts & Bowen Meyers-Wolfe Memorial Tuition
Scholarship Fund..............................................................
Sias, Ralph, Scholarship ......................................................


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Simmons Memorial Scholarship Fund..................................
Simpson Memorial Scholarship Fund....................................
Sims Memorial Scholarship ....................................................
Simultaneous Membership Program .................................. 5
Sindelar Scholarship Fund......................................................
Sirmyer Fellowship Fund for Occupational Therapy............
Sisler Graduate Fellowship .....................................................
Sites, John W., Memorial Graduate Scholarship ..................
Skinner, Otis A., Scholarship.................................................
Skoch Florida Sea Grant Scholarship Fund .........................
Slade Scholarship....................................................................
I ..I Memorial Fund.............................................................
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Smith Marine Scholarship/ Fellowship Fund ........................
Smith Scholarship Endowment..............................................
Smith Scholarship Fund .........................................................
Smith, Frederick B., Scholarship.........................................41
Smith, Herrick H., Scholarship Fund ....................................
Smith, Jo Anne, Scholarship..................................................
Smith, JoAnn, Scholarship.....................................................
Smith, W. Austin, and Wylie W. Gillespie Scholarships...
Smoak, John F., Memorial Scholarship ................................
: .. II.... Scholarship Endowment Fund ................................
Social security Administration ..............................................
Society of American Foresters, Florida Division, Senior
Student Scholarship........................................................
Society ofAutomotive -.... 1. .,
Soil and Water Science I t ..... I I, .,t ., l
Soil and Water Science Department Outstanding
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Sones, I I I. I I. I ... ..
Sorensen Memorial Nursing Scholarship Fund.....................
Sorenson, Mary Grace, Memorial Nursing Scholarship
Fun d ..................................................................................
Soros, Paul and Daisy, Fellowships for New Americans......
Souer, Marco, Academic Year in Utrecht Scholarship.......
Soule, James, Scholarship Fund..............................................
Southeastern Food Processor's Association Scholarship
honoring Dr. Ronald H. Schmidt ...................................
Southeastern Milk, Inc., Scholarship.....................................
Southern Scholarship Foundation 28, ...................................
Southern States Scholarship...................................................
Southwest Florida Vegetable Growers Fund..........................
Spencer Memorial Fund..........................................................
Spiegel Graduate Fellowship ..................................................
Spivack, Tybel, Scholarship Fund.......................................
Spoto Scholarship Fund..........................................................
Squitieri, Christopher M., Scholarship Fund ........................


Index

St. Petersburg Times Scholarships ........................................
St. I .... T.... 'i .nes P. Kerlin Assistantship...............
STj T.. I 1I. I., I.., for Summer Study Abroad.............
Staplcotn Scholarship........................................
Stapler Scholarship.............................
Stargardt Memorial Loan Fund ........................................
Stasch Memorial Scholarship .......................
Steiner, Jim, Endowed Scholarships Fund .....
Steinman, Irene H., Loan Fund ........................................
Steinmetz, C. P. and Lynn, Scholarship/Fellowship..............
Stephens Scholarship Fund ........................................
Stevens Graduate Exercise and Sport Sciences (ESS)
Scholarship ........................................
Stevens, B.K. &BettyC.,U,.1 l, 1. 1 1.;,
, ... ... ... .. II I. ....
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Scholarships............................
Storms, D. A., Scholarship ........................................
Stoughton Theatre Scholarship Fund....................................
Stoughton, Mark W., Theatre Scholarship Fund ..................
Stoughton, Mark, Band Scholarship Fund .............................
Stovall Memorial Scholarship Fund........
Strain Scholarship........................................
Streib A ward...................................
..... HartR........................................
I .. l.... Iholarship Fund ...... .......
Student Aid for Education (SAFE) ........................................
Student Emploment........................................
Student Employment Office ........................................
Student Scholarship Award in Aging 56
Student Status..................................
Summer Foreign Language Intensive Study Fellowships....
Summer Intern Fund....................................
Summer Tropical Botany Course Fund ..................................
Summerville, Richard, Memorial Fund ..................................
Sung Family Fine Arts Fellowship..............................
Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, Federal....
Sutcliffe Scholarship Fund....................................
Sutcliffe, Walter and Louise, Foundation Scholarship Fund.
Suwannee County Conservation District and
W. B. "Barney" Copeland Scholarship............................
Swander Memorial Scholarship Fund....................................
SWEA South Florida's Cultural Scholarship .........................
Swedish Women's Educational Association Scholarship....
S- ---r 1hn B. and Gloria B., Scholarship...........................
5 II Wade S., Scholarship........................................
Tadrowski Scholarship Fund ..........................................43
Tag and Label Manufacturers Institute Inc ...........................
Tampa Alumni Panhellenic Association ...............................
Tankersley Scholarship........................................
T-
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TARR Scholarship.............................
Tedder, Jr., George W., and Susan Heald Tedder
Scholarship Fund .......................................... 51
S I I II ... I I ,, [',,, I
Tesher Loan ....................................
Texas Instruments Fellowship .....................
Thatcher, John W., Scholarship Fund........
The Elie Wiesel Prize in Ethics Essay Contest.......................
The Mark Twain Scholarship Fund "The Official
Scholarship of the Atheists of Florida.............................
Theater and Dance Scholarship.............................
Thibert Nursing Scholarship ........................................
Thomas Memorial Scholarship ........................................
Thompson Scholarship........................................
Thompson, Irene, Scholarship ............................................57
1lI. 1.11 I1. I .. I..I Program Fund ....................................
T.. .1. l. I I cholarship.........
. i shn J., Loan Fund........................................
Till..... Floyd "Sonny", Scholarship.............................
Title VI-Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowships.
Tolbert, Edward J., Memorial ........................................
Traina, John L. &Marie C., Scholarship................................
Treasure Coast Exotic Bird Club Scholarships.......................
Triay, Jr., Edward J., Memorial................................
Trimble Memorial Scholarship Fund......................................
Tropical Conservation and Development (TCD) Program
Field Research Grants..................................
Trottman, Mr. and Mrs. Warren, Scholarship Fund..............
Tubbs Critical Bum Nursing Scholarship Fund.....................
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Turlington, John E. and May B., Scholarship Fund...............
..,1,. i. .. T .1, i. i' Scholarship and Fellowship Fund....
Turner, 1. Douglas, Urant .............. .............. 18
Tweedale Engineering Technical Scholarship .......................
Tyner Scholarship ........................................
U.S. Department of Education funded Title VI Summer
i .,.,. ..., I *i.. I,
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U.S. Department of Education-funded Title VI Foreign
S 1 ...................
U.S. !' I ..... i ,. I ,. I ...
Scholarship ........................................
Udall, Morris, Scholarship Foundation..............................
UF Dental Guild Loan -
UF Graduatental Guild Loan.............................................................
UF Graduate Grant...................................


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UF in Utrecht, the Netherlands Summer Scholarship.......
UF T -r. Term Loans...........................................................
L f I I ,. Program Summer Study Abroad Scholarship..
U FID ...................................................................................
Undergraduate Physics Opportunity...................................
Undergraduate Scholarship and Internship Fund..............
United Services Automobile Association (USAA)
Scholarship Awards .....................................................
United States Golf Association (USGA) David Earl
Memorial Scholarship...................................................
United States Peace Corps ..................................................
University Club of Orlando Loan Fund...............................
University IT .. .. ..
U n iv ersity l .. I .1 .... t I ... I
University Women's Club Award.......................................
University Women's Club Scholarships.............................
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Valentine, Dan, Memorial Scholarship ..............................
Van Duyne, Giles and Martha, Scholarship Fund..............
Vance Fellowship ........................................
Vance *..i i, i..... .rp. Scholarship..................................
Vandiv T I i. Year Award...................................
II h ,I I i I I. i I

Veteran Affairs (VA) Work-Study .....................................
Veterinary Medical Student Loan....................................
Viall, III, Charles B., Student Loan Fund...........................
Vidal Memorial Loan Fund ........................................
Si .11 .... I i A., Memorial Award .........................
S...... n, Scholarship Fund.......
II I d Elsie, A w ard .....................................
Voelker, Charles and Elsie, Scholarship.............................
II . I -, I I .. I, .I
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S..I i. irles, Research Fellowship ...............................
i .. !)on, Scholarship.............................
Wal-Mart Scholarship.............................
.1.. TI.. ... ..I. .1 Care Scholarship....................
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.11 i ..I. UVemorial Scholarship Fund.................
.11 i ., Scholarships............................
Wallace, Alvin T., Memorial Scholarship .........................
Wallace, Arthur L ........................................
Ward Memorial Scholarship Fund.....................................
Ward, Flora and Richard, Scholarship.............................
Ward, William F., Memorial Scholarship...........................
Ward, William F., Memorial Scholarship Fund.................
I .. ..I I ... Scholarship ...................
.. i ., ., II.,p Fund ............................
... I 1. I I l, fun d ..................................
Watt Fund...............................
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Weaver Student Loan Fund ........................................
Webb Scholarship........................................
w l-r fl r F vard........................................
,i, .. I .. .. Fellowship..............................
.. ..... I Fun d ........................................
Weil, Cyrille and Joseph, Award...................................
Weil, Joseph, Loan Fund....................................
Weimer, Rae O., Scholarship.............................
Wellbom, Charles G., Jr. Scholarship ................................
Wellmon Scholarship ........................................
Wellmon, Dixie Bayer, Scholarship Endowment ..............
Wells, Honorable Clyde B., Memorial Scholarship...........
Wentworth Fellowship in Forensic Medicine Fund...........
Wentworth, A. F., Honors Scholarship..............................
West, Josephine A., Memorial Service Scholarship ..........
..1 I i Scholarship Fund...................................
f. r .. ..... Fun d ....................................
I. I I .1 liolarship Fund....................................
White Foundation Scholarship ........................................
Whitehill, Virginia Hurst, Scholarship Fund....................
Whitfield Constitutional Law Scholarship Fund...............
Whitman Memorial Music Fund....................................
Whitman, Carlton F., Memorial Loan Fund......................
Wilcox Scholarship Fund ........................................
Wilder Sisters Scholarship Fund 60, 82
Wilford Fund ........................................
Wilford, H...1. .1 1 .1 1 1 1. 1.;,
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.11. I., Jr., Ralph S., Scholarship.............................
Williams, J.F., Memorial Scholarship .................................
Williamson Memorial Scholarship.............................
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Wilmot Prize for Excellence in Music Education Fund....
Wilson Musical Theatre Scholarships ................................
Wirtanen Scholarship Fund ........................................
Witten Scholarship Fund...........................
II II, I h I I h.h I,
Wolff, William W. and Marie C., Scholarship Fund....
Wolff, Willy and Ema, Jewish Educator Fellowship ..........
Wood, H. E., Scholarship........................................
Wood, Mary Bradshaw, Award ........................................
Woodruff, Sara H., Foundation Graduate Fellowships....
Woods, F. A., Awards ........... ...................
Woodward Memorial Scholarship.............................


....1 Hancock Fellowship in Equine Colic
Studies Fund .......................................................................84
WTVJ NBC6 Scholarship/Assistantship Fund in Memory
of Rob Pierce .......................................................................55
W unsch Fellowship Fund...........................................................84
W unsch, Joseph W ., Scholarship Fund ....................................48
Wysocki, Ted, Scholarship Fund ........................................24, 25
Yachbes Family Scholarship Fund.............................................82
Yancey Scholarship Fund...........................................................74
Y,. I i II 1. 74
Y .... I II I ., I.,L !5
Young Student Exchange...........................................................42
Young, Judith Ann, Scholarship ...............................................25
Young, Sue K., Scholarship .......................................................25
Zachariah, Gerald L., Memorial Scholarship ...........................36
Zack, S, 1 ; ;,. 1. 1., .;p ....................................55
Ziegert, I. I I .... .1 1 I., Fund.....................25,33
Ziegler, Lewis W ., Memorial Scholarship.................................41
Zimmerman, Shuffield, Kiser, & Sutcliffe, PA, Fall Moot Court
Competition Fund ........................................................................4
Zirger, Alice, Memorial Scholarship ........................................57


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