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A. Carl Nelson, Jr. Endowed Scholarship ISNELS

The A. Carl Nelson Scholarship was created by Mr. and Mrs. A. Carl Nelson, Jr. in recognition of Mr. Nelson‘s long association with UNCW and his love for teaching of statistics. It is awarded to a full-time student majoring or minoring in statistics under the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. The recipient must have completed 75 hours of course work before the semester in which the award is made, 24 of which must have been completed at UNCW. The scholarship may be renewed no more than once based on the competitive process.




A. Farrell Teague Merit Scholarship -ISTEAG

The A. Farrell Teague Merit Scholarship was created as a named endowment fund within the Endowment of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.  The scholarship was created by Arthur Farrell Teague.  The scholarship will be used to assist rising seniors who have achieved a high level of academic and extracurricular success during their time at UNCW.  Every year, a recipient will be chosen and deemed the recipient of "The Teague Award".


Aaron and Elizabeth Silverman Scholarship Endowment - ISSILV

The Aaron and Elizabeth Silverman was established by Mrs. Ray Silverman Lytton in honor of her parents. It provides in-state tuition and fees scholarships to academically strong students. Scholastic achievement and graduation from an accredited North Carolina high school are the only criteria. The scholarship(s) can be awarded to a prospective student or to those students currently enrolled.




Adrian Hurst Mathematics Scholarship ISHURS

The Adrian D. Hurst Mathematics Scholarship is available to full-time rising juniors and seniors or graduate students in Mathematics and Statistics or in the Pre-Engineering transfer program. The award may be renewable, but is limited to four semesters. 




Alfred and Anita Schnog Travel Award for Holocaust Studies

The Alfred and Anita Schnog Travel Award for Holocaust Studies was created by The Alfred and Anita Schnog Family Foundation, Inc.  in order to enable a select number of students to travel internationally in order to further understand the societal, cultural, and geo-political forces that enabled the Holocaust to occur. 


Ann Flack Boseman Art Scholarship - ISAFBO

The Ann Flack Boseman Art Scholarship was established by Mark Griffis and Dave Robertson in honor of their dear friend, Ann, who is deeply committed to the arts at UNCW. The recipient of this merit scholarship must have been accepted into the Department of Art and Art History as a studio arts major, and will be invited to mount a one-person exhibition in the Ann Flack Boseman Art Gallery.


Ann McDonald Brown & Catherine Brown Floyd SAA Scholarship - ABRFL

The Ann McDonald Brown & Catherine Brown Floyd SAA Scholarship was created by Willis D. Brown and Vernon Floyd, in honor of their wives and Mr. Brown's daughter, for the purpose of assisting student athletes at UNCW.


Ann Royer Corley Scholarship - ISROYR

The Ann Royer Corley Scholarship was created by Dr. Carol Chase Thomas, UNCW faculty member, in memory of her godmother. It is awarded to a student accepted into one of the education programs at the Watson College of Education to either an undergraduate or graduate student.




Bank of America B2B Scholarship - ISBANK

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BB&T Scholarship Fund - ISBBAT

The BB&T (Branch Banking and Trust) Scholarship Fund awards scholarships annually based on funds available and with reference to the rate of in-state tuition and fees. Preference is given to a rising junior or senior in the Cameron School of Business with at least a 3.00 GPA.




Beck Family Foundation Entrepreneurship Scholarship Endowment - ISBENT

The Beck Family Foundation Entrepreneurship Scholarship was created to honor Emily Nolan to assist a student entering his/her senior year majoring in Entrepreneurship and Business Development within the Cameron School of Business. Selection is based on academic ability as evidenced by a minimum 3.3 GPA and demonstrated extra-curricular leadership/involvement in campus activities and/or entrepreneurial endeavors.


Beckwith for Music Endow - ISBECW

Full available interest, Discretion of Music Dept, 1/2 earnings used to provide unrestricted funding, 1/2 earnings provide sch.


Bedford Fair Endowed Scholarship - ISBEDF

The Bedford Fair Endowed Scholarship is awarded to an incoming full-time freshman from a public high school in New Hanover County who has made a contribution to their community through volunteer or service activities, has a proven academic average of 3.00 or better, and has established financial need. This scholarship is renewable with a 3.00 cumulative GPA at UNCW; therefore, it may only become available after the current recipient has graduated.




Benjamin R. & Edith B. Graham Scholarship - ISGRAH

The Benjamin R. and Edith B. Graham Scholarship was established by Frederick B. Graham in memory of his father and mother to recognize and encourage academic excellence. Recipients shall be graduates of a southeastern North Carolina high school and enrolled in either Marine Biology or Education. The award is based on academic achievement with financial need being a secondary factor.


Bernice Kert Fellowship in Creative Writing - ISKERT

The Bernice Kert Fellowship in Creative Writing was created in memory of Mrs. Bernice Kert, a published author and biographer, by her children. Mrs. Kert wrote “The Hemingway Women: Those Who Loved Him—the Wives and Others” and “Abby Aldrich Rockefeller: the Women in the Family.” This fellowship will be awarded to a student in the MFA program in the Department of Creative Writing; the recipient will be selected based on demonstrated creative talent and artistic promise.




Bess Smith DMS Scholarship - ISBESS

The Bess Smith DMS Scholarship was created by William N. Smith and Jean W. Smith in memory of Mr. Smith’s mother and will be used to assist students interested in pursuing a degree offered by UNCW.


Beth Dow Fortenbery - ISFORT

Beth Dow Fortenbery Memorial Scholarship was created by her family and friends to provide support for an entering female freshman student from North Carolina or Virginia who has made a formal commitment to enroll in one of the programs offered through the Cameron School of Business and to participate in one of the UNCW sponsored international programs. It is renewable for four years based on the recommendation of the scholarship committee.




Betty Holden Stike Scholarship - ISSTIK

The Betty Holden Stike Scholarship is awarded to a student accepted into the Watson College of Education who shows promise of excellence in education and has demonstrated academic achievement and financial need.




Betty Jean Garriss De Angury Scholarship in Nursing - ISBJGD

The Betty Jean Garriss De Angury Scholarship in Nursing was established by Leos “Lou” De Angury in memory of his loving wife of sixty-one years, and to honor the commitment of nursing professionals, and particularly students at UNCW. Mrs. De Angury was a Licensed Nurse Practitioner.  This scholarship is available to students pursuing a bachelor of science degree in the pre-licensure program in Nursing, and is renewable for returning students at the discretion of the award authority.
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Betty Jo Welch Scholarship - ISWELC

The Betty Jo Welch Communication Studies Alumni Scholarship was created by the UNCW Communication Studies Alumni Chapter to honor Dr. Welch, a beloved member of the department. It is intended to provide an annual scholarship for a junior or senior majoring in communication studies to assist with tuition and fees. The recipient must demonstrate an overall scholastic achievement of 3.20 GPA or higher and must show demonstrated financial need and commitment to leadership and service within the campus community. Candidates for the scholarship are asked to submit a brief summary of their accomplishments relevant to the selection criteria during the spring session.




BMW of Wilmington Scholarship

The BMW of Wilmington Scholarship was created by Tommy Baker, owner and president of Baker Motor Company and BMW of Wilmington. Mr. Baker served in the Marine Corps before going on to attend The Citadel and later Harvard Business School's Owner/President Management Program. The scholarship will be used to assist military veterans and their immediate family in pursuing a degree offered by the University of North Carolina Wilmington, Cameron School of Business. 


Board of Trustees Merit Scholarship - ISTRST

The Board of Trustees Merit Scholarship was created by the UNCW Board of Trustees to help the university meet its priority goal of offering more merit scholarships to attract high ability students. This scholarship is awarded to an incoming freshman on the basis of demonstrated academic ability as defined by a 3.50 GPA, as well as student activities and leadership potential.




Board of Visitors Merit Scholarship - ISBDVS

The Board of Visitors Merit Scholarship was created by the UNCW Board of Visitors to assist the Admissions Office in recruiting and retaining high ability students who have completed high school in North Carolina. It is a merit scholarship and recipients are selected based on demonstrated academic ability, student activities and potential for leadership as defined by the Office of Admissions. The scholarships carry automatic renewal, for up to four years, based on satisfactory progress. Recipients shall be known as Board of Visitors Scholars.




Board of Visitors Undergraduate Research Fund - IBOVRF

The Board of Visitors Undergraduate Research Fund was created to by the UNCW Board of Visitors to support undergraduate research at the university.
 


Books+4US Diversity Scholarship - ISBOOK

The Books+4US Diversity Scholarship was created by Cindy Linn to assist students
in meeting their educational goals on their way to becoming stronger contributing members of our
society. The scholarship will assist the university in meeting its commitment to diversity and
inclusion in its student body. The university's current defmition of diversity includes, but is not
limited to race, sex, age, color, national origin (including ethnicity), creed, religion, disability, sexual
orientation, political affiliation, veteran's status, gender, educational disadvantage, socio-economic
circumstances, language, and history of overcoming adversity.


Boseman-Jarrell Softball Scholarship - ABOJAR

The Boseman-Jarrell Softball Scholarship was created by Mark Griffis and Dave Robertson in honor of Melissa Jarrell, former coach of the UNCW women’s softball team, and former NC State Senator Julia Boseman.


Boseman-Tenhuisen Scholarship (ISBOSE)

The Boseman-Tenhuisen Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship created by outwilmington.com, a local organization supporting UNCW students who are members of the LGBTQIA Student Group and allied student groups.  This scholarship honors Ann Boseman and Dr. Matt Tenhuisen for this positive role models in the LGBTQIA community.  




Bradley Creek Elementary School Scholarship - ISBRCK

The Bradley Creek Elementary School Scholarship was created by Mr. Fred Newber and will be used to assist students who attended Bradley Creek Elementary School who are interested in pursuing a degree at UNCW.




Bradley-Doppes SAA Scholarship (ADOPPE)

The Bradley-Doppes SAA Scholarship was established by family members and friends to honor Peg Bradley-Doppes and Gary Doppes to provide scholarship support to student athletes.


Brewer Family Scholarship (ABREWR)

The Brewer Family Scholarship provides scholarship assistance to student athletes as UNCW. First preference for award is an athlete on the men's basketball team.


Brian Pearson King Memorial Scholarship (ISBRPK)

The Brian Pearson King Memorial Scholarship was created in his memory by his parents, Billy and Linda King, and friends. It is a merit-based scholarship awarded to a student who has successfully completed all course requirements to become a communication studies major.




Bryan & Lyell McMerty Endowed Schol - ISMCMR

Merit, full available interst, accepted in UNCW and US Citizen, Provost selects, undergraduate, automatically renewable for 3 academic years following initial year provided student maintains 3.0 GPA and be a full time student, FA may grant award for extenuating circumstance or hardship, Provost decides, may be split, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring


Cape Fear Bank-John Cameron Coburn UNCW Alumni Assoc Scholarship - ISCOBR

The Cape Fear Bank-John Cameron Coburn UNCW Alumni Association Scholarship was established by Cape Fear Bank and John Cameron Coburn as a general merit scholarship open to a student in the Cameron School of Business.


Cape Fear Garden Club, Inc. Scholarship - ISCFGC

The Cape Fear Garden Club, Inc. Scholarship is awarded to a rising junior who has declared a major in Biology and Marine Biology. The recipient must have at least a cumulative 3.00 GPA.




Cape Fear Jazz Society Scholarship in Music - ISJAZZ

The Cape Fear Jazz Appreciation Society Scholarship in Music was established to foster jazz education to support students majoring in music within the jazz program. This scholarship is supported by the Cape Fear Jazz Appreciation Society and will support two awards.




Cape Fear Sports Medicine SAA Scholarship - ACFSM

The Cape Fear Sports Medicine SAA Scholarship was created by Dr. Dale Boyd for a student-athlete on the men's soccer team.


Carl and Janice Brown Merit Scholarship - ISBRWN

The Carl and Janice Brown Merit Scholarship was created by Mr. and Mrs. Brown in appreciation of the mission and challenges facing those academic departments within the College of Arts and Sciences, and is used by the college to recruit and retain academically strong students within those departments. The scholarship is limited to North Carolina residents and is considered a merit scholarship. Recipients are selected based on strong academic achievement.


Carol Thysell Scholarship - ISTHYS

The Carol L. Thysell Scholarship was established in memory of Dr. Thysell, a highly respected member of the faculty of the Department of Philosophy and Religion whose research focused on women and religion in the early modern period. The recipient of this merit scholarship must be a philosophy and religion major.


Carole M. Sims Memorial Scholarship - ISSIMS

The Carole M. Sims Memorial Scholarship was created by Mr. David B. Sims through the Community Foundation of Southeastern North Carolina in memory of Carole M. Sims and is used to assist students majoring in education at the Watson College. This is a merit scholarship. The recipient is selected on demonstrated academic ability (with a minimum 3.00 GPA), and extra-curricular activity, with preference to a junior or senior who has not participated in study abroad. Interested applicants should provide the selection committee with a resume.




Carolyn & Martin Rabunsky Scholarship - ISRABU

The Carolyn & Martin Rabunsky Scholarship is a need-based scholarship created by a bequest from Martin and Carolyn Rabunsky. Mr. Rabunsky was a 1950 graduate of Wilmington College who went on to receive his Master’s Degree in1952 from East Carolina University.


Carolyn B. & Joseph F. Augustine Scholarship - ISSUGU

The Carolyn B. and Joseph F. Augustine Scholarship was created in memory of Hetty Bishop Muldoon, RN, by Joe and Carolyn Augustine, and in appreciation for their family‘s significant involvement in nursing over many years and with the realization that nursing care is critical to the citizens of this country. The recipient must have been accepted into the School of Nursing, have demonstrated a commitment to the nursing profession and is selected on demonstrated academic ability.




Catherine S. Mayo Family SAA Endowed Scholarship - AMAYO

The Catherine S. Mayo Family SAA Endowed Scholarship was created by Mr. William F. Mayo in memory of his late wife, Catherine, for the purpose of assisting the UNCW Athletics Programs.


Cathy L. Barlow Intern Scholarship in Education - ISBARL

The Cathy L. Barlow Intern Scholarship in Education was created by the Watson School of Education in honor of Cathy L. Barlow a well-respected and outstanding educational leader who served as the Dean of the Watson School of Education and Provost of UNCW. The scholarship will be used to assist students entering their internship semester in the Watson School of Education.




Champion McDowell Davis Scholarship - ISCHMO

The Champion McDowell Davis Scholarship was established in 1989 as a memorial to Champion McDowell Davis, member of the first UNCW Board of Trustees. This merit scholarship is available to students enrolled in the School of Nursing who are permanent residents of North Carolina. Preference is given to students with financial need, a history of community service, and leadership potential.




Chancellor's Distinguished Merit Scholarship - ISCHAN

The Chancellor's Distinguished Merit Scholarship was created by the Board of Directors of the UNCW Foundation in recognition of the university‘s identified priority for additional merit scholarships to recruit and retain high quality students. These scholarships are merit-based and the recipients are selected on demonstrated academic ability, as defined by a 3.50 GPA. The recipients shall be determined by Admissions.


Charles F. Green, Jr. Fellowship - ISCGRN

The Charles F. Green, Jr. Fellowship was established by Charles F. Green, III to honor his father. It is a merit-based scholarship and the recipient must be a graduate student of history working toward a Master‘s degree. Recipients may reapply if their academic performance is competitive with that of other candidates for the scholarship.




Charles Long Memorial Scholarship - ISLONG

The Charles R. Long Memorial Scholarship is awarded to students majoring in accountancy. Scholarships are awarded based on need and academic potential as first priority. Leadership potential and citizenship are considered as additional factors in the selection process. Preference is given to applicants from southeastern North Carolina. The value of the scholarship is determined based on annual earnings.




Charlotte Emily Burney Memorial Endowed Scholarship - ISBURY

The Charlotte Emily (Billie) Burney Memorial Scholarship, started by family and friends of the late Billie Burney, is awarded annually as a tuition scholarship to a student in the field of nursing. No application required.




Christopher Gould Fellowship in English - ISGOUL

The Christopher Gould Fellowship in English was established by Charles F. Green III in honor of Dr. Christopher Gould, a distinguished member of the faculty of the UNCW Department of English, whose unpretentious nature and genial personality have endeared him to his colleagues. Throughout his 25-year-plus tenure at UNCW, his dedication has been exemplary, especially during his eight years as chair of the Department of English, and in his role Director of the UNCW Center for Faculty Leadership. Most significant was his development of the fledgling professional writing program by recruiting numerous excellent faculty to meet the increasing student demand for more courses in this field. Through his tireless advocacy, professional writing now has a strong certificate program, making it the largest option in the English major. The fellowship will be used to assist students pursuing a graduate degree offered by the Department of English.




Christopher Kent Beaver Memorial Choral Music Scholarship - ISBEAV

The Christopher Kent Beaver Memorial Choral Music Scholarship was created by Mrs. Polly Beaver in memory of her husband to further the choral art. The recipient must be enrolled in MUS 183 , MUS 186 and is selected based on recommendation of audition committee. Applicants must submit the standard Department of Music application for admission and two letters of recommendation, one from a previous music instructor, to be considered for this scholarship.


Claire Stanley Scholarship for Student Ambassadors - ISSTAN


The Claire Stanley Scholarship for Student Ambassadors was created by Claire Stanley to assist students in the Student Ambassador Program. It is a merit scholarship available to a student who is a member in good standing of the Student Ambassador Program and a GPA of 3.25 or higher in classes taken at UNCW.

 


Clancy & Theys Construction Company Scholarship - ISCLAN

The Clancy & Theys Construction Company Scholarship is a merit scholarship available to an entering freshman, transfer student, or current student with interest in a field related to the construction field. Preference shall be given to a dependent of an employee of Clancy & Theys Construction Company who has expressed interest in the Cameron School of Business, the Pre-Engineering Program, or another university program related to the field of construction.


Clancy & Theys Construction Company Scholarship - ISCLN2

The Clancy & Theys Construction Company Scholarship is a merit scholarship available to an entering freshman, transfer student, or current student with interest in a field related to the construction field. Preference shall be given to a dependent of an employee of Clancy & Theys Construction Company who has expressed interest in the Cameron School of Business, the Pre-Engineering Program, or another university program related to the field of construction.


Claude H. Farrell Scholarship in Business - ISCFAR

The Claude H. Farrell Scholarship in Business was created in his memory by his wife, Linda, the Department of Economics and Finance, and numerous family members and friends.  The scholarship will be used to assist a student who exemplifies Dr. Farrell’s support of the ideals of a free-market economy.




Codespot-Moore Scholarship in Classical Guitar - ISCODE

The Codespot-Moore Scholarship in Classical Guitar is hereby created as a named fund at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.  The scholarship is being created by UNCW student Alexander Moore and his mother, Lisa Codespot in memory of their beloved grandfather and father, Angelo Codespot.  The scholarship will be used to assist students pursuing a degree offered by the Department of Music and are studying classical guitar.


Computer Science Chairs Scholarship - ISCOMP

The Computer Science Chairs Scholarship is awarded annually at $1,000. The recipient must be a computer science major at UNCW and can be an undergraduate or graduate student. The scholarship is a merit scholarship and the recipient is selected on demonstrated academic ability. 




Connie S. Harris Memorial Scholarship - ISHARS

The Connie S. Harris Memorial Scholarship was created by The Red Tent Book Club in memory of Connie Harris, one of the original six members of the club. The recipient must have an indicated interest in pursuing a degree in engineering and must submit a two part essay outlining his/her interest in engineering and defining success. 


Cornelius E. Nixon Jr Diversity Scholarship - ISNIXN

The Cornelius E. Nixon, Jr. Diversity Scholarship was created by Ms. Carrie L. Nixon, in memory of her brother, Cornelius E. Nixon, Jr.  The scholarship will be used to assist the university in meeting its commitment to maintaining a campus environment that values a rich diversity in its student body.  The university’s current definition of diversity includes, but is not limited to race, sex, age, color, national origin (including ethnicity), creed, religion, disability, sexual orientation, political affiliation, veteran’s status, gender, educational disadvantage, socio-economic circumstances, language, and history of overcoming adversity.
            


Craven Scholarship in Communications Studies - ISCRAV

The Craven Scholarship in Communication Studies was created by Victoria and Karl Craven to assist students interested in pursuing a degree offered by the Department of Communication Studies. This is a merit scholarship and the recipient is selected based on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement, and the recipient must have been accepted into UNCW with an interest in pursuing a degree offered by the Department of Communication Studies.




Crocker Family SAA Endowed Scholarship - ACROC1

The Crocker Family SAA Endowed Scholarship was created by Kay Crocker to assist the athletic program at UNCW.


Crocker Marine SAA Endowed Scholarship - ACROC2

The Crocker Marine SAA Endowed Scholarship was created by Eddie Smith, Chairman and CEO of Grady White Boats, Inc., to honor Kay Crocker for his dealership success and in recognition of his long-time support to the University of North Carolina Wilmington.


Daniel Gottovi, M.D., Scholarship - ISGOTT

The Daniel Gottovi, M.D. Scholarship was created by Wilmington Health Associates in honor of Dr. Daniel Gottovi, upon his retirement from the practice of medicine in June 2005. Dr. Gottovi was himself the recipient of a scholarship to Hamilton College, where he completed his undergraduate studies. The recipient must be a junior or senior who is actively pursuing a pre-med program. The recipient is selected based on demonstrated academic ability as indicated by a 3.50 GPA and documented financial need. The scholarship may be renewable for a rising senior.


Daniel W. Desmond Endowed Scholarship - ISDESM

The Daniel W. Desmond Endowed Scholarship was created by a bequest from Mr. Desmond and is a merit-based scholarship to assist a rising junior, senior or graduate student in the Cameron School of Business.




David Andrew Seel Scholarship in Business - ISSEEL

The David Andrew Seel Scholarship in Business was created by David and Elizabeth Seel in memory of their beloved son, Andy. As an alumnus of UNCW, Andy received wonderful attention from his professors and an excellent education.




David Bristol - ISBRIS

The recipient must have been accepted into the College of Arts and Sciences Department of Computer Science at UNCW and be a full-time student taking twelve or more credit hours. T is scholarship will be used to provide financial support up to the cost of tuition, fees and books as funding permits. This is a merit scholarship. The recipient must have achieved a GPA of 3.0 and must maintain that average to be eligible for renewal.

Recipients shall possess a demonstrated historical record of community/public service, and/or volunteerism in support of non-profit organizations or programs. Recipients shall further manifest their continuing commitment to perfori:r). public or community service and/or volunteerism throughout their undergraduate tenure at UNCW. A recipient's failure to demonstrate the continuing commitment to public/community serviee or volunteerism during an active scholarship
period may result in the ineligibility or non-renewal of the of the recipient's scholarship.


David R. Murchison Family Merit Scholarship - ISMRCH

The David R. Murchison Family Merit Scholarship was established in memory of David R. Murchison, his wife May C. Murchison, their son David R. Murchison, Jr. and their grandson, David R. Murchison, III. This merit scholarship is available to incoming freshmen.


David W. & Anne B. Pearsall Merit Scholarship - ISPEAR

The David W. & Anne B. Pearsall Merit Scholarship is available to incoming freshman accepted into UNCW from Pender County high schools.




DeAnne Carroll Just Believe - ISBELV

Merit, Min. 3.2 GPA, donor will make available 1,000.00/yr until endow. Is self sustaining, full available interest, graduate of Eastern Wayne High School, if no eligible student a 2nd consideration to a student from Wayne County and then to NH County


Deloitte Graduate Fellowship

The Deloitte Fellowship was established by employees of Deloitte. This merit scholarship is available to students in the Master of Science in Accountancy program.




Delta Kappa Gamma (Beta Phi Chapter) Scholarship - ISDELK

The Delta Kappa Gamma (Beta Phi Chapter) Scholarship is established by the Beta Phi Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma to assist a female student who has been accepted in the Watson College of Education. The scholarship is based on need and is renewable.




Denis G. Carter Scholarship - ISCART

The Denis G. Carter Scholarship honors Dr. Carter and was initiated by the African American Graduate Association. It is available to an incoming freshman who has expressed an interest in pursuing a major with the Cameron School of Business.


Department of Biology & Marine Biology Merit Scholarship - ISBIOL

The UNCW Department of Biology and Marine Biology Merit Scholarship is to assist students majoring in Biology and Marine Biology. This is a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected based on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement.


Department of Music Artistic Talent Scholarship - ISMTAL

The UNCW Department of Music Artistic Talent Scholarship was created by the Department of Music to recruit and retain talented students for the music department‘s performance groups. This is a talent-based music scholarship and is awarded to a student that has been accepted for admission into UNCW and who is majoring in music or who has indicated a commitment to major in music. The recipient must maintain a 2.70 overall GPA, including a 3.00 GPA in all music courses. This is a renewable scholarship, but must be reapplied for each year. The recipient must also participate in performing ensembles according to departmental needs as assigned by the ensemble‘s director in consultation with the applied instructor.


Department of World Languages & Cultures Academic Scholarship - ISFRGN

The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures Academic Scholarship was created by the faculty and staff of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures and is awarded to a full-time student who has completed a minimum of 24 semester hours at UNCW. The recipient should have an overall GPA of 3.00 and a minimum GPA of 3.30 in foreign language coursework, including at least one intermediate foreign language class at UNCW. Preference is given to students with a declared major in a foreign language. Contact the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures for more information.




Derick G.S. Davis Scholarship - ISDAVS

The Derick G. S. Davis Scholarship was created by the UNCW Department of Health and Human Applied Science and Mrs. Vickie Parker in honor of Derick G.S. Davis, assistant professor emeritus, who initiated the development of the Parks and Recreation Management Program in 1971 while serving as director of Parks and Recreation for the City of Wilmington. It is a merit scholarship intended to recognize and award high ability students majoring in either parks and recreation management or therapeutic recreation. Consideration is given to evidence of leadership and service. Recipients must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00 and a minimum of a GPA of 3.20 in the major. 




Devereux H. Lippitt Scholarship - ISLIPP

The Devereux H. Lippitt Scholarship is awarded annually to a North Carolina student based on academic achievement. This scholarship covers the in-state cost of tuition and fees and is given in memory of Devereux Haigh Lippitt by his family. This scholarship is renewable provided the recipient continues to meet the award criteria.


Donald R Watson College of Education Scholarship - ISWAT2

The Donald R. Watson College of Education Scholarships are awarded to students who have been accepted into the Watson School of Education or as a UNCW Teaching Fellow. The award is based on merit.




Donald R Watson Honors Scholarship - ISWAT1

The Donald R. Watson Honor Scholarship is restricted to UNCW students who graduated from a North Carolina high school. Recipients are selected on the basis of leadership potential and academic achievement. The award is for one year; however, the student may reapply contingent on academic performance. The award is based on merit.




Dorothy Amy Parr Lipsius Scholarship in Studio Art - ISDLIP

The Dorothy Amy Parr Lipsius Scholarship in Studio Art was established by Ronald N. Lipsius ‘61 (AA) and ‘79 (BS) in memory of his mother. This is a merit scholarship with financial need a secondary consideration; the recipient shall be majoring in Studio Art, with preference given to a student whose primary interest is in watercolors and oils.
 


Dorothy L. & Kenneth H. Bishop Scholarship in Nursing - ISBISH

The Dorothy L. and Kenneth H. Bishop Scholarship in Nursing is awarded to an in-state student in the School of Nursing with an overall GPA of at least 3.00. Recipients are selected based on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement.




Dorothy P. Marshall Scholarship - ISMARS

The Dorothy P. Marshall Scholarship, created by Mrs. Marshall, supports efforts to provide merit scholarships to deserving students in the Watson College of Education.




Douglas D. Smith Scholarship in Math & Statistics ISDSMI

The Douglas D. Smith Scholarship in Math & Statistics was created by Dr. Smith, who came to UNCW in 1983 as a full professor and Chair of the Department of Mathematical Sciences. He served as department chair for the following 16 years. As a respected mathematician and educator, Dr. Smith was a highly effective teacher and provided excellent leadership and service to the UNCW community throughout his career.




Douglas L Johnson Scholarship - ISJOHN

The Douglas L. Johnson Scholarship was created by friends and family of Douglas L. Johnson to honor his memory and his service to his community and to the university. The recipient must have graduated from a North Carolina high school and have been accepted into UNCW as an undergraduate student. The recipient is selected based on demonstrated financial need.


Douglas Swink Scholarship in Theatre - ISSWNK

The Douglas Swink Scholarship in Theatre was established by David Swink in memory of his father to assist students pursuing a degree offered by the Department of Theatre. This is a merit scholarship and recipient will be selected based on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement.


Dr Maria McMahon - ISMCSO

Dr Maria McMahon Scholarship: Merit, full available interest, accepted in CAS in Social Work, full time, cost of tuition, fees & books as funding permits, historical record of community/public service and/or volunteerism in support of non-profit org. or programs and continue in order to renew, Dept. of Social Work selects, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring




Dr. Andrew Clark Memorial Scholarship in History - ISCLAR

The Dr. Andrew Clark Memorial Scholarship in History is a merit scholarship that was established by the UNCW Department of History in memory of Dr. Clark, who taught African History at UNCW from 1990 until his untimely death in 2010. Dr. Clark earned his B.A. at Columbia and his Ph.D. at Michigan State, was a veteran of the Peace Corps, and a past president of the Third World Studies Association. He was committed to an undergraduate education that challenged students and inspired them to think globally. The faculty of the History Department created this scholarship out of profound respect for Dr. Clark’s dedication to teaching and love of learning.




Dr. Charles Brooks Dodson Fellowship in English - ISDODS

The Dr. Charles Brooks Dodson Fellowship in English was created by Dr. Charles Brooks Dodson. The fellowship will be used to assist students pursuing a degree offered by the Department of English.

 
The donor made a gift to the spendable so a $1,000 award can be made for FY16. The endowment should spin-off an award for FY17 and beyond.
 


Dr. Gerald S. Rosselot Scholarship in English - ISROSS

The Gerald S. Rosselot Scholarship in English was created by Mrs. Nancy Rosselot in memory of her husband. Dr. Rosselot came to Wilmington College in 1959 and retired as Associate Professor Emeritus in 1990. Dr. Rosselot was a member of the Order of Isaac Bear and was dedicated to helping students achieve their academic and professional goals.




Dr. James R. Leutze Merit Scholarship - ISLEUT

The Dr. James R. Leutze Merit Scholarship was established by the UNCW Foundation in honor and recognition of Chancellor Emeritus Leutze’s outstanding thirteen-year service to the university. The fund provides scholarships for incoming freshmen, who are known as Leutze Scholars. Recipients are selected based on demonstrated academic ability and the scholarships are renewable, provided the recipients continue to meet the award criteria.


Dr. James W. Dickie Scholarship in Nursing - ISJDIC

The Dr. James W. Dickie Scholarship in Nursing was created by Gladys M. Dickie in memory of her husband, Dr. James Dickie. It is a merit scholarship, with financial need as a secondary consideration and the recipient must have an indicated interest in pursuing a degree in nursing.




Dr. L.W. Upperman Scholarship - ISUPPR

The Dr. L.W. Upperman Scholarship was established by Dr. Upperman in acknowledgement of his deep concern and desire to give something of substance and meaning to the African-American community. It is awarded annually to an incoming freshman resident of North Carolina with demonstrated interest in African-American heritage. The scholarship is renewable for up to four years.


Dr. Ralph W. Brauer Endowed Fellowship - ISBRAU

The Dr. Ralph W. Brauer Fellowship was created through the estate of Dr. Brauer, a long tenured professor at UNCW. It is intended to provide financial support to one or more graduate students to assist with tuition and fees, books, publications or research travel as determined by the dean of the graduate school. A committee appointed by the dean recommends recipients and the amount to be awarded. Contact the dean of the graduate school for more information.




Dr. Robert Moore, Jr Merit Scholarship - ISMORE

The Dr. Robert Moore, Jr Merit Scholarship was established as a memorial to Dr. Moore and is to assist the university in attracting academically gifted students. The scholarship is administered by the Honors College.


Dr. Sankey L. Blanton Scholarship - ISBLAN

The Dr. Sankey L. Blanton Scholarship was established in the Philosophy and Religion Department by Sankey L. Blanton III. This scholarship is given to a non-traditional student in the department based on financial need, academic merit, leadership, and character.




Dr. T. Earl Allen, Jr. Scholarship - ISALLT

The Dr. T. Earl Allen Scholarship was created by family, friends and colleagues of Dr. Earl Allen, whose service to University of North Carolina Wilmington spanned over 30 years. His contributions to the School of Health and Applied Human Sciences, including the establishment of the exercise physiology lab, were essential in the growth and development of the physical education and exercise science programs. The scholarship will be used to assist students pursuing a degree offered by the School of Health and Applied Human Sciences in Physical Education and Health or Exercise Science.




Dr. Terry & Liz Coffey Diversity Scholarship - ISCOFF

The Dr. Terry and Liz Coffey Diversity Scholarship was created by Dr. and Mrs. Coffey in honor of their commitment to UNCW and their interest in supporting first-generation college students. This scholarship will assist the university in meeting its commitment to maintaining a campus environment that values a rich diversity in its student body.


Earl Bernard Wilson Scholarship - ISWILS

The Earl Bernard Wilson Scholarship is available to a married student who is majoring in physics (math secondary). Requirements include a minimum of 2.00 GPA on all work attempted at UNCW. Demonstrated financial need is considered a factor.


Eddie Godwin III Memorial Scholarship - ISGODW

The Eddie Godwin III Memorial Scholarship was established by Mrs. Eddie Godwin III. This scholarship is awarded to a graduate of New Hanover High School. Applicants must be able to demonstrate financial need through the regular financial aid process. Applicants should also show evidence of self-help and acceptable academic standing. Though not required, athletic participation at the high school level is desirable. Because the scholarship may be renewed based on scholastic performance, a new recipient may not be named every year. 




Edith Graham Toms Scholarship - ISTOMS

The Edith Graham Toms Scholarship was created in her memory by her brothers, sisters, nieces, and nephews. It is awarded to an outstanding nursing student. This scholarship is valued at the in-state rate for tuition and fees plus books and supplies.




Edward & Pauline Nesselroade Merit Scholarship - ISNSLR

The Edward & Pauline Nesselroade Merit Scholarship is available to an entering or continuing student with preference given to students who have a physical disability, exhibit academic excellence and demonstrate financial need. A continuing student must be in good standing and making satisfactory progress toward a degree.


Eleanor B Wright Scholarship in Special Education - ISEWRT

The Eleanor Boyd Wright Scholarship will be established with a gift to the university by retired UNCW employee Eleanor Boyd Wright, Ph.D. Dr. Wright had over 38 years of distinguished service on the faculty at UNCW
working in the Watson College of Education. The scholarship will be used to assist Special
Education majors in the Watson College of Education.




Eliza S. Collins Scholarship - ISCOLL

The Eliza S. Collins Scholarship is awarded yearly by the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid (OSFA) to several students who demonstrate scholastic ability and need.




Elizabeth "Betsy" Ervin Women's Resource Center Scholarship - ISERVN

The Elizabeth “Betsy” Ervin Women’s Resource Center Scholarship was created in honor of the founder of the Women’s Resource Center. This merit scholarship is awarded to a continuing student with a minor in women’s studies. Preference is given to students in the Honors Scholars College.


Elizabeth Dudley Urquhart Memorial Scholarship - ISURQH

The Elizabeth Dudley Urquhart Memorial Scholarship was established by Alex R. Urquhart in memory of his wife. It provides scholarship assistance to an academically talented student who demonstrates financial need. The recipient must have completed the last two years of high school in a New Hanover County public school.


Ellen G. Wilson Scholarship in Marine Biology - ISEWIL

The Ellen G. Wilson Scholarship in Marine Biology is a merit scholarship available to students in the Department of Biology and Marine Biology with a GPA of at least 3.00. 




Elwood Walker Fellowship - ISJWAL

The Elwood Walker Fellowship is awarded annually to a MSA student in the Cameron School of Business. The recipient must be academically gifted, have a strong character and be supported by recommendations of the faculty of the Cameron School of Business.




EMEC, LLC Scholarship in Science & Mathematics - ISEMEC

The EMEC, LLC Scholarship in Science and Mathematics was created by UNCW Alumni and founders of EMEC, LLC, Dr. Barbara P. Heath and Mr. J. Anthony Heath. EMEC is committed to helping students fulfill their educational goals and see careers in science and mathematics.


Emmett & Gladys Corbett Scholarship - ISCORB

The Emmett & Gladys Corbett Scholarship was established by Dr. Richard J. Corbett in memory of his father and in honor of his mother. It is intended to be a merit scholarship to recruit and retain academically strong students. Recipients may be eligible to receive the award for four years based on satisfactory merit progress.


Erleen Burbage Alexander Honors Scholarship - ISALEX

The Erleen Burbage Alexander Honors Scholarship was established by C. Edward Alexander in memory of his mother. Recipients must be enrolled in the Honors College. Selection is based on demonstrated academic ability and financial need.


Ernest A. Swain Scholarship - ISSWAI

The Ernest A. Swain Scholarship was created by the Omicron Alpha Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity to honor Ernest A. Swain, the man, his profession, and his service to the New Hanover County community. It is a merit scholarship available to a graduate of New Hanover, Brunswick or Pender County Schools. The recipient will have demonstrated leadership through volunteer community service in the African American community where they lived.




Ernest S. Prevost Chemistry Scholarship - ISPREV

The Ernest Stephen Prevost Scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate student majoring in chemistry. The recipient is selected based on demonstrated financial need and proven academic ability. 




Estell Lee SAA Scholarship - ALEES

The Estell Lee SAA Scholarship provides assistance to student athletes.


Euran S. Daniels Scholarship - ISDANL

The Euran S. Daniels Scholarship was established to promote diversity and award academic merit. It is available to an in-state incoming freshman or a transfer student regardless of residency. It is a merit scholarship and the recipient must have a minimum 3.60 high school GPA to be considered.


Faculty Merit Scholarship - ISMERT

The UNCW Faculty Merit Scholarship was created by the UNCW Faculty Senate to assist the university in recruiting academically talented students. The recipient must be an active member of the Honors College during the year(s) of award and a faculty mentoring opportunity will be provided as appropriate. Recipients of this scholarship shall be known as Faculty Scholars.


First Citizens Bank Scholarship - ISPEOP

The First Citizens Bank Scholarship is awarded annually to a student majoring in economics or finance. The scholarship is renewable, not to exceed two years, contingent on continuing satisfactory academic progress. Preference is given to a high school student from New Hanover or Pender Counties in North Carolina.




Fletcher Norris Scholarship in Computer Science - ISNORR

The Fletcher Norris Scholarship is available for students majoring in computer science. This is a merit scholarship and recipients must have an overall 3.00 GPA and at least a 3.20 GPA in computer science. Applicants must have completed 11 or more hours of core computer science beyond an introductory computer science course. Recipients must have at least one additional semester of study remaining.




Forty & Eight American Legion Nursing Scholarship - IS40N8

The Forty and Eight Nursing Scholarship is an academic scholarship established by the Honor Society of the American Legion, in joint memory of John H. McInnis, Miss Dorothy Dixon and Harold Sternberger. It is open to nursing students who graduated from high school in New Hanover, Pender or Brunswick County.




Francis Peter Fensel, Sr. Memorial Scholarship - ISFENS

The F. P. Fensel, Jr., Memorial Fellowship is intended for a graduate student in marine biology as selected by the faculty of the department based on merit. If there are no students that meet the requirements the scholarship may be awarded to an undergraduate student in marine biology. The scholarship covers tuition and fees for one academic year. A student may reapply for a second year during the designated time as established by the department chair.




Frank Capra, Jr. Film Studies Scholarship - ISCAPR

The Frank Capra, Jr. Film Studies Scholarship was created by friends of Frank Capra, Jr., and the Department of Film Studies in recognition of his contributions to the department and to the film industry in Wilmington.




Frank Dunne Jr Memorial Scholarship - ISDUNN

The Frank Dunne, Jr. Memorial Scholarship is a merit scholarship awarded annually to a rising junior, senior or graduate student accepted into the Cameron School of Business who has demonstrated high scholastic ability, need, and strong character, supported by recommendations from the faculty of the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is renewable for a period not to exceed two years, contingent on continuing satisfactory academic progress.




Franklin H. Allen Endowed Scholarship - ISALLF

The Franklin H. Allen Scholarship was established in memory of Dr. Allen, who as a member of the faculty of the Department of Biology was instrumental in the development of the department. The recipient must have been accepted into the Department of Biology and Marine Biology, or have indicated a commitment to do so, and will be selected based on demonstrated academic ability.




Friends of UNCW Scholarship - ISFRND

The Friends of UNCW Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship intended to allow the university to recruit and retain academically strong students. The recipient must be a North Carolina high school graduate and is selected on criteria determined by the university. The recipient may be eligible to receive the award for four years.


Fumiro Sako Scholarship - ISGULF

The Fumiro Sako Scholarship is awarded to a Guilford regular associate or the child of a Guilford regular associate. The scholarship covers in-state tuition and fees and books. The recipients must be majoring in business administration or computer science. Contact Guilford Human Resources for an application. A 3.0 GPA is required for renewal.


Gene T. and Elizabeth J. Fales Scholarship ISGENE

The Gene T. and Elizabeth J. Fales Scholarship was created by Mr. and Mrs. Fales in memory of Dr. Adrian Hurst and in honor of Dr. J. Marshall Crews and is awarded to a student who has declared a major in mathematics or pre-engineering and who has completed high school in North Carolina. Preference is given to students from New Hanover, Brunswick, Guilford or Randolph Counties. Scholarship is based primarily on need with merit as a secondary consideration. 




Geography Scholarship Fund - ISGEOG

The Geography Scholarship Fund was established by members of the faculty of the Department of Geography and Geology to assist students majoring in geography. Selection is based on academic merit.


George Henry Hutaff Scholarship - ISHUTF

The George Henry Hutaff Scholarship was created by Mrs. Tabitha Hutaff McEachern in memory of her father, a prominent Wilmington businessman who established the Coca-Cola Bottling Works of Wilmington and surrounding counties. It provides scholarships for students enrolled in the Honors Scholars Program and is administered by the director of the Honors Scholars Program.


Gerald & Dolores Green Scholarship - ISGDGR

The Gerald and Delores Green Scholarship was created by Mrs. Green in memory of her husband. It is a merit-based scholarship intended to provide for in-state tuition and fees for a student that has been accepted into the Cameron School of Business and has a commitment to majoring in accounting.




Gerald Shinn UNCW Alumni Association Merit Scholarship - ISSHIN

The International Cabinet Support Fund provides a scholarship to an incoming or currently enrolled undergraduate student. The scholarship is in honor of Dr. Gerald H. Shinn, professor of philosophy and religion at UNCW from 1967 to 1995. This is a merit scholarship and the recipient is selected on demonstrated academic ability. All applicants must have a GPA of 3.4 or higher.


Geraldine King Morris Nursing Scholarship - ISMORR

The Geraldine King Morris Nursing Scholarship was established by Lieutenant General (Retired) John W. (Jack) Morris and his children in memory of his wife and their mother, Geraldine King Morris, and to honor her lifelong devotion to the nursing profession. The recipient of this merit scholarship must be accepted into the School of Nursing as an undergraduate or graduate. Preference is given to students with an indicated desire to join the armed forces. All applicants must have achieved at least a 3.25 GPA and maintain that to be eligible.


Got-Em-On Live Bait Club Fellowship - ISGOTM

The Got-Em-On Live Bait Club Graduate Fellowship is intended to provide financial support for a student who has been accepted into the graduate program, who will study fish biology and whose interest and research focus on the issues affecting the fish population in the waters of Southeastern North Carolina.




Grace L. Romer Scholarship in Nursing - ISROMR

The Grace L. Romer Scholarship in Nursing is a merit scholarship created by Arthur H. Romer, Jr. in memory of his wife and will be used to assist students interested in pursuing a degree offered by the School of Nursing.




Grace M Burton Promise of Excellence Fellowship - ISBURT

The Grace M. Burton Promise of Excellence Graduate Fellowship is offered to elementary, language and literacy, middle school or special education full-time graduate students. The fellowship award is made based on scores attained on the Miller Analogies Test or Graduate Record Examinations.




Grant Thornton Graduate Fellowship - ISTHNT

The Grant Thornton Fellowship was established by employees of Grant Thornton. This merit scholarship is available to students in the Master of Science in Accountancy program.




Gwendolyn V. "Cookie" Ward Family Scholarship - ISCWRD

The Gwendolyn V. “Cookie” Ward Family Scholarship was established by Michael W. Ward in honor of his wife. This merit scholarship is available to students in the Cameron School of Business.




Hans Langhammer, M.D. Memorial Scholarship - ISLANG

The Hans Langhammer, M.D. Memorial Scholarship was established by his wife, Mrs. Eris Groen Langhammer, and their children, Lloyd Louis Langhammer and Lynne Eris Langhammer. It is an in-state scholarship designed to assist the university in meeting its commitment to maintaining a campus environment that values a rich diversity in its student body. The scholarship is available to students in any academic discipline.  Consideration is given to financial need and academic potential. Student must have graduated from a New Hanover County high school. This scholarship may be renewed.


Harmon Chadbourn Rorison Undergraduate Research Award - ISHARM

The Harmon Chadbourn Rorison Undergraduate Research Award was established by Margaret L. Rorison in memory of her father to assist students engaged in faculty-mentored research at UNCW.




Hattie M. Strong Foundation Scholarship in Education - ISTRON

The Hattie M. Strong Foundation Scholarship in Education is a need-based scholarship for undergraduate students who have exhibited outstanding success and enthusiasm in field experiences prior to the final year of the program, or graduate students whose life experiences prior to enrollment reveal the same traits. Recipients must have achieved a minimum 3.0 GPA in the two semesters prior to their final year of study.




Heath Scholarship in Business- ISHEAT

The Heath Scholarship in Business has been established by alumni Brad (MBA ’07, BS ’96) and Christie (BS ’96) Heath. The Heaths are dedicated to assisting students of the Cameron School of Business reach their educational goals.




Helena Riker Cheek Memorial Scholarship in Foreign Lang & Lit - ISCHEK

The Helena Riker Cheek Memorial Scholarship is awarded by the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures to a student who demonstrates special ability in the area of foreign language study and overall academic excellence. This scholarship is given in memory of Helena R. Cheek by her family and friends.




Henriksen Scholarship in Music - ISHNRK

The Henriksen Scholarship in Music was created by Aggie Henriksen and is used to assist students persuing a degree offered by the department of Music.


Henry & Roya Weyerhaeuser Merit Scholarship - ISWEYR

The Henry & Roya Weyerhaeuser Merit Scholarship was created by Henry and Roya Weyerhaeuser, long-time supports of UNCW, to assist high-ability students, graduate or undergraduate, interested in attending UNCW. Selection will be based on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement.


Henry Alexander Martindale Merit Scholarship - ISHENR

The Henry Alexander Martindale Merit Scholarship was created with a gift from the estate of Harriet Hunter Johnson in memory of her grandfather. This is a merit scholarship. Students applying to the Honors College as freshmen or continuing in honors in good standing are eligible for consideration.


Henry Harrell, Sr. Scholarship - ISHARR

The Henry Harrell Scholarship was created in his memory by his family. It is available to a student who has been accepted into the UNCW School of Nursing and enrolled for the fall semester of the nursing (junior year) in the pre-licensure program. It is renewable, based on the student’s satisfactory progress in the first year of nursing major.




Herbert & Shirley Mintzes Memorial Scholarship - ISMINT

The Herbert and Shirley Mintzes Memorial Award is awarded to the rising sophomore with the highest standing in BIO 201 and BIO 202.


Herbert & Sylvia Fisher Scholarship - ISFISH

The Herbert and Sylvia Fisher Scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate student accepted into the Watson College of Education who is preparing for a career in teaching with demonstrated academic ability. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher created the scholarship in appreciation for his education at Wilmington College.




Herbert and Gina McKim Scholarship - ISMKIM

The Herbert and Gina McKim Scholarship was created by Mr. and Mrs. McKim to assist students who have majored in business at Cape Fear Community College and wish to pursue a baccalaureate degree in business in the Cameron School of Business at UNCW.




Hilda Fredericks Nursing Scholarship - ISFRED

The Hilda W. Fredericks Scholars Program was established to support scholarships and grants for nursing education for UNCW students. Full-time rising seniors are eligible to apply. Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or better and complete the application process.




Historic Wilmington Foundation Scholarship in Public History - ISHIST

The Historic Wilmington Foundation Scholarship in Public History is intended to assist graduate public history students with an annual award. The recipients are selected and awarded internships at the Historic Wilmington Foundation.




Holt Oil Company Fellowship in Public Administration - ISHOLT

The Holt Oil Fellowship in Public Administration was established by Hannah Holt and Holt Oil Company in loving memory of Charles B.C. Holt, a nature lover and advocate for land conservation. His time served in the North Carolina House of Representatives afforded him opportunities to shape laws for land conservation and protection. This fellowship will assist students interested in pursuing a Master of Public Administration degree.




Hugh Henry Fox UNCW Alumni Association Scholarship - ISHFOX

The Hugh Henry Fox UNCW Alumni Association Scholarship provides assistance to an incoming or currently enrolled student. The scholarship is in memory of Wilmington College‘s first graduate, Hugh Henry Fox, Class of 1949.


Independent Insurance Agents of NC Scholarship - ISINS

The Independent Insurance Agents of North Carolina (IIANC) Scholarship is awarded to a rising junior or senior in the Cameron School of Business with a demonstrated interest towards a career in insurance, and a resident of North Carolina. The recipient must have at least a 2.50 GPA.




Information Systems & Operations Mgmt Scholarship - ISINFO

The Information Systems and Operations Management Scholarship is awarded to a rising junior or senior in the Cameron School of Business. This is a merit scholarship, with need, exemplary moral character and leadership potential serving as secondary considerations.


Institute of Management Accountants Wilm Chapter Sch'p - ISIMA

The Institute of Management Accountants (Wilmington Chapter) Scholarship is to be awarded for in-state tuition and fees for a rising junior or senior enrolled in the Cameron School of Business with a demonstrated commitment towards a career in accounting and financial need.




International Cabinet Support Fund - ISINTC

The International Cabinet Support Fund provides support for students who have been accepted into a UNCW study abroad program that is approved by the Office of International Programs. It is a merit-based scholarship based on leadership potential and a demonstrated interest in international issues.  Apply to the Office of International Programs.




Interroll Corporation Scholarship - ISINTR

The Interroll Corporation Scholarship is awarded annually to a dependent of an Interroll employee. If no eligible student applies for the scholarship, it may be awarded to a student from southeastern North Carolina. The scholarship is valued at one half of published tuition and fees for non-employee children and full tuition and fees for employee children. 




Intracoastal Realty Corp. Honors Scholarship - ISINCS

The Intracoastal Realty Corp. Honors Scholarship is awarded on the basis of merit, and preference is given to a student who is a graduate of a New Hanover or Pender County high school.


Isidro Carbajal Diversity Scholarship in Education - ISCARB

The Isidro Carbajal Diversity Scholarship was created in honor of Isidro Carbajal, a dedicated teacher who supports the Hispanic/Latino community. It is a merit scholarship of $1,000 and is available to first generation students and North Carolina residents pursuing a degree to teach or help others in the Hispanic and Latino community.


Ivancevich-Collins Scholarship, formerly Victor G. Collins Fellowship

The Ivancevich-Collins Scholarship was created by Drs. Dan and Susan Ivancevich in memory of Victor G. Collins. It is intended to assist students in the Master of Accountancy Program.




J. Marshall Crews Scholarship in Science - ISMCRW

The J. Marshall Crews Scholarship for Science was established to honor Dr. J. Marshall Crews, an original member of Wilmington College and retired senior administrator of UNCW. Recipients must be a rising junior or senior majoring in science (marine science, earth sciences, chemistry, mathematics, physics, physical oceanography or environmental science). It is merit-based and provides tuition, fees, books and supplies. The recipients are known as Crews Scholars.




J. Rupert Bryan Scholarship - ISBRYN

The J. Rupert Bryan, Jr. Scholarship is awarded to a political science major with financial need. Candidates must be able to demonstrate creativity, curiosity, and academic worthiness.


J.K. Horne Family Merit Scholarship - ISHORN

The J.K. Horne Family Merit Scholarship is a merit scholarship created by Mr. Horne to financially assist an incoming freshman student of proven academic ability, student activities and potential for leadership who has completed high school in North Carolina. The recipient shall be known as the J.K. Horne Family Merit Scholar.


J.W. Jackson Scholarship - ISJACK

The J. W. Jackson Scholarships was established by the J.W. Jackson family in memory of one of Wilmington‘s leading businessmen. They are awarded annually to rising junior, senior, or graduate students in the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is designed for students with high academic potential. Students awarded this scholarship are eligible to reapply.




Jack & Carol Mills Scholarship in History - ISJCAR

The Jack and Carol Mills Scholarship in History was created by Mr. and Mrs. Mills in appreciation of the university’s service to the region and in honor of their son-in-law Dr. David La Vere, who is on the faculty of the Department of History. The scholarship will assist students interested in pursuing a degree offered by the Department of History.


Jack F. Dermid Scholarship in Biology & Marine Biology - ISDERM

The Jack F. Dermid Scholarship in Biology & Marine Biology was established in memory of Jack F. Dermid, beloved father and friend, by Susan Dermid and Mary K. Lyons. Mr. Dermid was an Associate Professor of Biology who published numerous articles, books, movies, and extraordinary photographs that have been enjoyed by many people in the United States and around the world. Mr. Dermid would so have appreciated this opportunity to share with each recipient his love for and knowledge of nature and wildlife as well as his field of study that he enjoyed immensely.


Jack Manning Pollock Endowed Scholarship - ISPOLL

The Jack Manning Pollock Endowed Scholarship provides support to students who are graduates of the Lake Waccamaw Boys and Girls Home who are enrolled as full-time students at UNCW. Recipients of the scholarship are provided tuition, fees, and an annual book allowance. The scholarship and benefits are limited to eight semesters. No application required.


Jack Manning Pollock Endowed Scholarship - ISPOLL (Second Consideration)

The Jack Manning Pollock Endowed Scholarship provides support to students who are graduates of the Lake Waccamaw Boys and Girls Home who are enrolled as full-time students at UNCW. Recipients of the scholarship are provided tuition, fees, and an annual book allowance. The scholarship and benefits are limited to eight semesters. No application required.


Jacob Boseman-Jarrell Scholarship for Excellence - ISBOJA

The Jacob Boseman-Jarrell Scholarship for Excellence was established by Mark Griffis and Dave Robertson in honor of Senator Julia Boseman and UNCW softball coach Melissa Jarrell for their excellence in leadership in our community and beyond. The recipient of this merit scholarship may be an undergraduate or graduate student with a GPA of 3.00 or higher. Applicants must submit a 500-word essay on “What Our World Will Be in 25 Years.”


James & Frances Parnell Biology Fellowship

The Dr. James F. and Frances B. Parnell Fellowship was created by Dr. and Mrs. Parnell in recognition of Dr. Parnell‘s long-time tenure and service to the UNCW Department of Biology and Marine Biology. This merit fellowship is intended to assist graduate students who have been formally accepted into the UNCW Graduate School. Preference is given to a student studying some aspect of field oriented terrestrial vertebrate biology. Contact the Department of Biology and Marine Biology.




James C. Braye Scholarship - ISBRAY

The James C. Braye Scholarship was created by Malcomb Coley to honor James C. Braye, a triple retiree, husband, father of five, grandfather of four, and fifty-five year member of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity. Mr. Braye has been a soldier, businessman, counselor, singer, cantor, and politician. Born in the Great Depression, no one told him about his limited prospects for success in life. This is a merit scholarship awarded to students accepted into the Cameron School of Business.




James Dineen, MD Scholarship in Nursing - ISDINE

The James Dineen, M.D. Scholarship in Nursing was established by The Greater Wilmington Sports Hall of Fame to honor Dr. Jim Dineen for his outstanding work as an orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine pioneer.


James E.L. Wade Scholarship - ISWADE

The James E. L. Wade Scholarships in the Departments of History and f Public and International Affairs are awarded to high school seniors who have a “B” average or above on high school work, an interest in history or political science as a major. The Wade Scholarships were created by Mr. Wade, who was an early business leader and former Wilmington mayor. Student must be enrolled in 15 hours. 
 




James Joseph Megivern Scholarship - ISPANR

The Dr. James Megivern Philosophy and Religion Scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic achievement to one or more departmental majors for use in defraying academic expenses.




James Ozborn Carr Endowed Scholarship - ISCARR

The James Ozborn Carr Scholarship was created by the children of Mr. Carr to express a commitment to higher education and in recognition of their father‘s contribution to the people of southeastern North Carolina. It is awarded to students in the Watson College of Education. Character and leadership potential are factors in determining recipients. The scholarships are restricted to graduates of southeastern North Carolina high schools and are designed to attract and retain academically strong students.




James Walker Nurses Alumnus Fund - ISWALK

The James Walker Nurses Alumnus Scholarship was created by the James Walker Nurses Alumnae Association as a merit scholarship to assist students enrolled full-time in the School of Nursing. Financial need will be considered as a secondary factor, and the recipient must be a North Carolina resident and hold a minimum 2.5 GPA.




Jane Logan Lackey Scholarship - ISLACK

The Jane Logan Lackey Scholarship was established in 1972 by E. G. Lackey, president of the Lackey Foundation in Winston-Salem, NC.




Jane Whedbee Lane Scholarship - ISWHED

The Jane Whedbee Lane Scholarship in Nursing was created by Lucile Whedbee in memory of her daughter, Jane, and is to be awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student interested in pursuing a degree in nursing. The annual award amount is $500.




Janet and Barry Burkholder Applied Learning Award for Nursing

The Janet and Barry Burkholder Applied Learning Award for Nursing was created by Janet and Barry Burkholder, long-time friends of the university and advocates for the nursing profession.  


Janet and Mickey Corcoran SAA Scholarship - ACORC

The Janet and Mickey Corcoran SAA Scholarship provides support for student athletes at UNCW.


Janis Norris Education Scholarship - ISJNOR

The Janis Norris Education Scholarship was created by Mrs. Norris, a long-time advocate and supporter of teacher education. She attained her Master of Arts degree in Educational Supervision from the Watson College of Education in 1981.




Jay Hensley Scholarship in Marine Science - ISHENS

The Jay Hensley Scholarship was established for the purpose of recognizing academic merit in the area of marine science. The scholarship is awarded to a junior or senior full-time undergraduate student. First preference is given to a high school student from New Hanover, Pender, Columbus, and Brunswick Counties in North Carolina and Horry County, South Carolina.




Jay M. Robinson Scholars Program - ISROBN

The Jay M. Robinson Scholars Program was created by friends of Dr. Robinson to perpetuate his memory and long service to North Carolina education at both the public school and university level. The recipient must have indicated a commitment to become a teacher or educational administrator in the state of North Carolina. Selection is made based upon demonstrated academic ability, with need as a second consideration. Recipients are known as Robinson Scholars.




Jean & Eric Rosenberg Distinguished Merit Scholarship - ISROSN

The Jean & Eric Rosenberg Distinguished Merit Scholarship was created by Dr. and Mrs. Rosenberg to assist the university in attracting high ability students. This is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient is selected based on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. The scholarship is automatically renewable for a period of four consecutive academic years provided the recipient continues to remain a full-time student with a cumulative grade point average of 3.0.


Jean Hopkins Bullock SAA Endowed Scholarship - ABULL

The Jean Hopkins Bullock SAA Endowed Scholarship was established by Mrs. Bullock, a 1968 graduate of Wilmington College and former instructor in the Watson College of Education, to financially assist student-athletes majoring in education within the Watson College of Education.


Jefferies and Faris Associates Merit Scholarship - ISJEFR

The Jefferies and Faris Associates Merit Scholarship provides tuition and fees to an undergraduate UNCW student. Because the scholarship is renewable contingent on continuing satisfactory progress, a new recipient may not be named every year.


Jewel and Joseph Cross Scholarship in Education - ISCROS

The Jewel and Joseph Cross Scholarship in Education is an annually funded scholarship created by Dr. Cathy Barlow in honor of her parents. This is a merit scholarship based on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement available to students accepted for admission to UNCW in either the licensure-only or Master of Arts in Teaching programs.




Jill L. Peters Kaess Scholarship - ISRASP

The Jill L. Peters Kaess Scholarship was created to assist UNCW in attracting high ability students, especially those who have overcome difficult personal circumstances including learning disabilities, physical limitations, or any other personal circumstances adding difficulty to their academic pursuits.


Jim Humphries Memorial Scholarship - ISHUMP

The Jim Humphries Memorial Scholarship was created by family and friends in memory of Mr. Humphries for a rising junior or senior who has maintained a cumulative 2.50 GPA. The recipient must have demonstrated a strong record of achievement and involvement in campus leadership activities such as Greek affiliation, SGA or the Leadership Center.


Joanne Rockness MSA Scholarship

The Joanne Rockness MSA Scholarship was created to recognize the leadership of Dr. Rockness as the previous director of the Master of Science of Accountancy (MSA) program. The recipient must have been accepted into the Cameron School of Business and the MSA program. The scholarship is merit-based with financial need as a secondary consideration. 




John & Constance K. Phillips Scholarship - ISPHIL

The John & Constance K. Phillips Scholarship is available to students from any major with a preference given to non-traditional students. This scholarship covers tuition and fees, and is awarded to students based on: academic achievement; a commitment to complete their education; and demonstrated financial need. Recipients are known as Phillips Scholars.


John Colucci, Jr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship - ISCOLU

The John Colucci, Jr. Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a marine biology student. The recipient is identified by the department and may be awarded to graduate or undergraduate students. 




John Fischetti Travel Award in Education - ISJFIS

The John Fischetti Global Education Award was created by the first cohort of the Watson College of Education’s Doctor of Education program on honor of Dr. Fischetti, the first coordinator of the program, who provided outstanding guidance and support to the members of the cohort. The intent of the award is to extend Dr. Fischetti’s passion for global perspectives in education by providing students enrolled in the Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Administration program an opportunity to study abroad.




John Marts Memorial Scholarship - ISMART

The John Marts Memorial Scholarship was established through a provision in Dr. Marts‘ will to assist a full-time student in the Cameron School of Business who is employed at least part-time during the majority of any year in which the award is received. Preference will be given to an accounting major with a GPA of at least 2.5.




John Myers Art History Scholarship - ISMYER

The John Myers Art History Scholarship was created by UNCW colleagues, friends and family of Dr. Myers in recognition of his 25+ years of service to the Art and Art History, Music, and Theatre Departments at UNCW. Dr. Myers is a former Chair and Association Director of the Honors Program. The Scholarship will be used to assist students interested in pursuing a degree offered by the Department of Art and Art History.


John Price Bennet, EdD, CPM Healthful Living Leadership Scholarship - ISJBEN

John Price Bennet, EdD, CPM Healthful Living Leadership Scholarship  (formerly known as the John P. Bennett Ed. Scholarship) : Merit, full available interest, accepted in UNCW with interest pursuing a degree in School of Health & Applied Human Science who endeavor to become educators in Health and Physical Education, undergraduate or graduate student, renewable, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring, School of Health and Applied Human Sciences selects




Joint - GlaxoSmithKline Women In Science Scholarship - ISGLAX

The GlaxoSmithKline Women in Science Program was established to encourage women to enter the sciences. Recipients must have a 3.0 GPA, and are assigned a woman mentor from GlaxoSmithKline, Inc. 




Joseph Lewis King Scholarship - ISJKIN

The Joseph Lewis King Scholarship was established by Joseph Lewis King III in honor of his father and grandfather and to recognize the contributions of women to the business world. It is a merit scholarship available to a student with at least two semesters remaining until graduation and who has been accepted into the Cameron School of Business.



 




Judith C Bryan Holden Beach Turtle Watch Fell Marine Bio - ISJBRY

The Judith C. Bryan Holden Beach Turtle Watch Fellowship in Marine Biology was founded by the Holden Beach Turtle Watch Program to assist graduate students in Marine Biology interested in studying some aspect of sea turtle conservation. It is named in honor of Judith Bryan (known on Holden Beach as “The Turtle Lady”, founder of the Holden Beach Turtle Patrol in 1989. Ms. Bryan funded the program herself for many years and in 1989 was the recipient of the 34th Annual Governors Conservation Achievement Award.




Judy R. Tharp Scholarship in Business - ISTHAR

The Judy R. Tharp Scholarship in Business is a merit-based scholarship created by Ms. Tharp in recognition of her career in credit union administration and the advancement of women in business and industry. The scholarship is intended to encourage students of diverse backgrounds to pursue a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business.




June & Turner Johnson - ISJTJN

The June & Turner Johnson Scholarship is a need-based scholarship subject to the criteria and guidelines adopted by the university in determining financial need. The scholarship is limited to graduates from one of the New Hanover County high schools (public or private). The student must be accepted into the Cameron School of Business and must have chosen to major in accountancy. 




Justin Thompson Communications Scholarship for Enacting Social Change - ISTHOM

The Justin Thompson Communications Scholarship for Enacting Social Change was established by Mark Griffis and Dave Robertson. The recipient must have been accepted into the Department of Communications Studies, meet GPA requirements and submit an essay.




Karel Dutton Scholarship - ISDUTN

The Karel Dutton Scholarship was created by friends and colleagues of Karel Dutton in honor of her dedication to the pursuit of lifelong learning and service to the university. The scholarship will be used to assist students interested in pursuing a degree from the College of Arts and Sciences in an area related to Gerontology.


Kathleen Price Bryan Scholarship in Art & Theatre - ISBRYA

The Kathleen Price Bryan Scholarship in Art and Theatre is available to applicants with a declared major under the Department of Art and Art History who have a 3.00 GPA. The scholarship is awarded in full in the fall, and is renewable.


Kathryn Jason Scholarship - ISJASN

The Kathryn Jason Scholarship is awarded to a student accepted into the Watson College of Education Teacher Preparation Program, and possesses demonstrated financial need, has graduated from a high school within Brunswick, Bladen, Columbus, Duplin, New Hanover, Onslow, Pender or Sampson Counties.




Kathy Rugoff Scholarship in English - ISRUGF

The Kathy Rugoff Scholarship in English is a merit scholarship created by Jeffrey Eng in memory of his beloved wife.   Dr. Rugoff had a distinguished 24-year career (spanning from 1987 to 2011) as a dedicated teacher and scholar in the Department of English.  Her interdisciplinary approach to her work was fueled by her passion for literature, music, art and photography.  




Kauno A. Lehto Scholarship - ISLEHT

The Kauno A. Lehto Scholarship was established by Isabel James Lehto in memory of her husband.  This scholarship by the Office of Admissions, and is renewable as long as the recipient continues to meet the criteria.


Kay & Charles Bolles Marine Biology Scholarship - ISBOLL

The Charles and Kay Bolles Marine Biology Scholarship is awarded annually to a marine biology major. The scholarship is awarded with merit as a first consideration and need as a secondary consideration. 




Kay and Charles Bolles Nursing Scholarship - ISBOLS

The Kay and Charles Bolles Nursing Scholarship was established in honor of Florence Hayes Caldwell, one of the first graduates of the James Walker Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. The recipient must have been accepted into the School of Nursing. This scholarship is awarded based on demonstrated academic ability and academic achievement.




Kay Whitfield Scholarship in Nursing - ISWHTF

The Kay Whitfield Scholarship in Nursing is available to assist undergraduate or graduate students interested in pursuing a degree in Nursing, and is awarded based on financial need, with merit and promise as a nursing student secondary considerations. This scholarship was created by the Whitfield family in honor of Kay.




Kennethy Ray Sumner ITS Scholarship - ISITSD

The Kennethy Ray Sumner ITS Scholarship was established by the Information Technology Systems division at UNCW. This merit scholarship is available to students in the Honors College.


Lacy C. & Doris L. Sidbury Fellowship - ISSIDB

The Lacy C. and Doris L. Sidbury Fellowship was established by Gwendolyn S. Solomon as a memorial to her parents. It is considered both a merit and need based fellowship subject to the criteria used by both the UNCW Graduate School and the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.




Landry Family Diversity Scholarship in Business - ISLDRY

The Landry Family Diversity Scholarship in Business was created by Jo and Rick
Landry. The scholarship will be used to assist the university in meeting its commitment to
maintaining a campus environment that values a rich diversity in its student body. The university's
current definition of diversity includes, but is not limited to race, sex, age, color, national origin
(including ethnicity), creed, religion, disability, sexual orientation, political affiliation, veteran's status,
gender, educational disadvantage, socio-economic circumstances, language, and history of
overcoming adversity.
 


Lapaire-Stites French Studies Scholarship - ISLAPR

The Lapaire-Stites French Studies Scholarship was created by Dr. Pierre J. Lapaire and Mrs. Inge Stites to honor the 70 plus years of combined service to UNCW of Mr. Kenneth Stites, former assistant professor of French, Mrs. Inge Stites, former lecturer of French and German, and Dr. PJ Lapaire, professor of French. The recipient must be a French major and must have a 3.00 overall GPA with a minimum of a 3.30 GPA in major coursework. In addition, the recipient must have completed 9 credit hours in French at the 300 level or above.




Laura Z. Pope Nursing Scholarship - ISPOPE

The Laura Z. Pope Scholarship was established by Robert C. Pope in memory of his wife, who graduated from the School of Nursing in 1970 and served Brunswick County as a family nurse practitioner for 30 years. This merit scholarship is available to students in the School of Nursing.




Lee V. Landing Scholarships - ISLAND

The Lee V. Landing Scholarships are awarded annually to elementary, middle school, or special education majors who have been accepted into the UNCW Watson College of Education. Recipients are selected on the basis of academic achievement as first consideration with financial need a secondary factor.




Lenwood (Bo) S. Dean Jr. Honors Scholarship - ISDEAN

The Lenwood (Bo) S. Dean Jr. Honors Scholarship created by Dave Robertson, Mark Griffis, and friends to honor Bo Dean for his selfless dedication, spirit and relentless giving to the students he nurtures. It is awarded to an incoming freshman who is a North Carolina resident, and who has been accepted into the Honors Program.


Leonora Barnes Scholarship in Nursing - ISLBAR

The Leonora Barnes Scholarship in Nursing was created by Mr. George Barnes in memory of his beloved wife, Leonora. The scholarship will be used to assist students pursuing a degree offered by the School of Nursing


Leslie N. Boney, Sr. Scholarship in Art - ISBONY

The Leslie N. Boney, Sr. Scholarship in Art is a merit-based scholarship to assist students interested in pursuing a degree offered by the Department of Art and Art History.


Levy Department of Chemistry Summer Research Award - ISLEVC

The Jack B. Levy Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry Summer Research Award was created to fund summer undergraduate research. The scholarship is named for Jack B. Levy, retired former chair of the Chemistry Department. Recipient must be enrolled in College of Arts and Sciences and pursing a degree in chemistry or biochemistry, and must be enrolled in DIS (CHM 491 - Directed Individual Study ) or Honors (CHM 499 ) during at least one summer session to qualify for this award. 




Levy/Bruce Honors - ISLEVY

Merit, full available interest, in-state or out-of-state freshman Honors student, Dir. of Honors selects, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring


Lewis E Nance Chemistry Fellowship ISNANC

The Lewis E. Nance Chemistry Fellowship created in honor of Dr. Nance, a beloved member of the chemistry faculty, is a merit based fellowship to assist a new or currently enrolled full-time chemistry graduate student.




Lewis-Wiley Alumni Fellowship - ISLEWS

The Lewis/Wiley Alumni Fellowship is a merit based graduate fellowship subject to the criteria and guidelines adopted by the Alumni Association of UNCW. For more information, contact the UNCW Alumni Relations Office.


Lindquist Biology Scholarship - ISLIND

The David G. Lindquist Scholarship in Biology was created in honor of David G. Lindquist, professor emeritus of marine biology of UNCW. This scholarship is used to assist students majoring in biology within the College of Arts and Sciences and is awarded annually in the amount of $500. This is a merit scholarship and is divided equally into the fall and spring semesters. The recipient can be an undergraduate or graduate student and is selected on demonstrated academic ability.




Lisa C Jones Anthropology - ISJONE

Merit, full available interest, min. GPA 3.0, renewable, accepted in CAS of Anthropology, full time undergraduate or graduate, tuition, fees, & books as funding permits, historical record of community/public service, and/or volunteerism in support of non-profit and must continue during tenure at UNCW, Dept. of Anthropology selects


Lois Kochanski Nursing Scholarship - ISKOCH

The Lois Kochanski Scholarship in Nursing was created by James and Emily Kochanski to honor James’ mother for her long-time support of health care, including 35 years as Executive Director of the Foundation for Advancement Education in the Sciences at the National Institutes of Health. The recipient must have been accepted into the School of Nursing and will be selected based on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement.




Louie E. Woodbury, Jr. Scholarship - ISWOOD

The Louie E. Woodbury Scholarship was established by the Cape Fear Memorial Foundation in memory of Louie E. Woodbury. This merit scholarship is available to an undergraduate or a graduate student in the School of Nursing who graduated from a high school in Duplin, Pender, Brunswick, Columbus, Bladen, or New Hanover County.




Louise Jackson Green Scholarship - ISGREN

The Louise Jackson Green Scholarship is awarded on merit as a first priority, with exemplary moral character and leadership potential serving as secondary considerations. The student must be a formally declared English major with a concentration in literature and language and must be a rising junior or senior.




Lower Cape Fear Human Resource Assoc. Scholarship - ISCFPS

The Lower Cape Fear Human Resources Scholarship is awarded to a full-time junior or senior (minimum 12 hours). Recipients must have a minimum overall GPA of 3.00, and strong preference will be given to students whose designated major is Human Resource Management. The recipient must have taken Human Resource Management and preference will be given to those who participate in the UNCW Human Resource Association.




Lucile Murchison Marvin Endowed Scholarship - ISMARV

The Lucile Murchison Marvin Endowed Scholarship is awarded each year to a student who has a grade point average of at least 3.00 and who demonstrates scholarship ability. This scholarship may be renewed; therefore, it may not be available every year.


M. Tyrone Rowell Fellowship - ISROWL

The M. Tyrone Rowell Fellowship is merit based and is available to a graduate student of history working toward a Master‘s degree, and is chosen by the chair of the History Department. Recipients may reapply if their academic standing performance is competitive with that of other candidates for the scholarship.




Mae Rachel Freeman Scholarship - ISFREE

The Mae Rachel Freeman Scholarship is awarded to a full-time student who has demonstrated leadership qualities, a record of community involvement, and the transcendence of personal hardship to enhance minority presence at UNCW. Recipients with demonstrated interests in African-American heritage are considered. Additionally, the scholarship is restricted to graduates of high schools in New Hanover, Bladen, Pender, Columbus, Onslow, Brunswick, Sampson, or Duplin Counties. The recipient is expected to have researched information concerning Mae Rachel Freeman and her contributions to the community and is required to submit three letters of reference. Complete the OSFA Web-based application to be considered. Additional information may be requested once applications have been reviewed.




Margaret Shannon Morton Fellowship - ISMORT

The Margaret Shannon Morton Fellowship was created by Doug and Susan Morton in memory of his great aunt, Margaret Shannon Morton, one of the original faculty members at Wilmington College. The recipient must be a second-year student in the Creative Writing program. The fellowship is a graduate merit scholarship, with financial need as a consideration. The recipient must have a minimum 3.2 GPA from their first year in the graduate program.




Marla Rice-Evans Political Science Scholarship - ISRICE

The Marla Rice-Evans Political Science Scholarship was created by Dave Robertson, Mark Griffis and friends to honor Marla Rice-Evans for her efforts to promote academic excellence. The recipient shall have been accepted into the Department of Public and International Affairs with a major in political science and a minor in international affairs and shall have earned a 3.50 GPA in at least six hours in the international affairs minor curriculum.


Martha M Duncan Leadership Scholarship - ISDUNC

The Martha M. Duncan Leadership Scholarship was created in memory of Mrs. Duncan to reward student leaders who have excelled in their work on behalf of an organization or university department. The recipient must have been a leader in a registered student organization and must have been devoted to the organization‘s goals and ideals, and served as a role model for other students. Preference is given to a student who has demonstrated community service, has displayed outstanding leadership potential, has a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and is in good standing with the university.


Martha N Lipsius Scholarship in Creative Writing - ISMLIP

The Martha N. Lipsius Scholarship in Creative Writing was established by Ronald N. Lipsius ‘61 (AA) and ‘79 (BS) in memory of his wife. This is a merit scholarship with financial need as a secondary consideration; preference will be given to rising seniors.




Mary Ann Everett Memorial Music Scholarship Endowment - ISEVER

The Mary Ann and Spencer Everett Scholarship was created by the Everetts to assist students majoring in music. It is a merit scholarship and the recipient must be accepted into the Department of Music and be a student performer of classical music with preference given to vocalists.


Mary Catherine, Susan & Elizabeth James Alumni Assoc Scholarship - ISJAAL

The Mary Catherine, Susan & Elizabeth James Alumni Association Scholarship was established by Thorne James to honor his daughters’ academic achievements at UNCW. It is a merit scholarship available to a current or incoming student.


Mary Courtney Hardison Scholarship - ISHARD

The Mary Courtney Hardison Scholarship was created by Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Hardison in memory of their daughter. It is intended for a female student who graduated from any accredited high school in New Hanover County. Preference is given to a female student who has been active in high school activities, including organized athletics. Recipient(s) are selected based on a combination of academic achievement and demonstrated financial need.




Mary McDuffie Walker Scholarship - ISMWAL

The Mary McDuffie Walker Scholarship was created by J. Elwood and Mary McDuffie Walker is awarded annually to a rising junior or senior in the Cameron School of Business who demonstrates scholastic ability and strong character.




Mary Ramey King Memorial Scholarship - ISKING

The Mary Ramey King Memorial Scholarship was established by Joseph Lewis King III to honor the memory of his mother. It is a merit-based scholarship for students with at least two semesters remaining until graduation who have graduated from a high school in southeastern North Carolina and have been accepted into the Cameron School of Business.




Mary T. Newman Scholarship in Music - ISNEWM

The Mary T. Newman Scholarship in Music was created by her daughter, Diane Sullivan, in honor of her mother‘s love of music, which was the background theme to her life and her conviction that the power of music could enrich one‘s life. This is a merit scholarship available to a student who has indicated an interest in pursuing a degree in the Department of Music.


Matthew Dale Donahue Scholarship - ISDONA

The Matthew Dale Donahue Scholarship is available to a freshman or sophomore student who is a graduate of a New Hanover County or a southeastern North Carolina high school. The recipient is selected based on documented financial need as determined by federal guidelines.




Matthew J. Raines Scholarship in Finance & Economics - ISRAIN

The Matthew J. Raines Scholarship in Finance and Economics was created by Mr. Raines, a 2010 alumnus with a degree in Business Administration, in appreciation for the excellent education and faculty support he received as a student in the Cameron School of Business. This merit-based scholarship will assist students interested in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business.




McLemore Family Scholarship in Chemistry - ISMCLM

The McLemore Family Scholarship in Chemistry was established by Carolyn and David McLemore to assist students interested in pursuing a degree offered by the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry.




McLemore Family Summer Scholarship - ISMCLS

The McLemore Family Summer Scholarship was established by Carolyn and David McLemore. It is a merit scholarship available to students in chemistry with a GPA of at least 3.50 who are working on summer projects in the department.




Michael W. Ward Family Scholarship - ISWARD

The Michael W. Ward Family Scholarship is available for a student who has been accepted into the Cameron School of Business. Recipients are selected based on merit and demonstrated academic ability.




Michael Wentworth Student Enrichment Travel - ISWENT

The Michael Wentworth Student Enrichment Travel Endowment was established by Charles F. Green, Jr. in honor of Professor Wentworth to sponsor, literary tours of certain regions of America, the United Kingdom or such other countries as are deemed to be rich in literature. Recipients shall be students pursuing any of the several degrees and concentrations within the Department of English.




Ministering Circle Endowed Scholarship (formerly ISMNSC) 630450- ISMINS

The Ministering Circle Scholarship makes awards on the basis of scholastic ability, financial need, and recommendation to rising senior nursing students accepted in the School of Nursing at UNCW.




Ministering Circle Scholarship (Annual)- 664860 - ISMNSC

The Ministering Circle Scholarship makes awards on the basis of scholastic ability, financial need, and recommendation to rising senior nursing students accepted in the School of Nursing at UNCW.




MPA Community Advisory Board Graduate Fellowship

The MPA Community Advisory Board Fellowship is awarded out of the MPA Student Support Fund, established by the MPA Community Advisory Board. The scholarship is used to assist graduate students majoring in public administration in the Department of Political Science. Annually, the Department of Public and International Affairs selects an MPA Graduate of the Year based on demonstrated academic performance, leadership qualities and demonstrated potential as a public administration professional. Contact the chair of the Political Science department for more information.




MSGT (Retired) E.S. Moncrief Military Dependent's Scholarship - ISMONC

The MSGT (Retired) E.S. Moncrief Military Dependent's Scholarship was established by the Moncrief family in memory of “Big Ed” Moncrief, who served his country as a member of the USAF for over twenty years. It is available to an undergraduate or graduate student. Preference is given to the spouse of an active duty military member currently stationed in North Carolina, with demonstrated financial need.


Mueller Family Student Teaching Scholarship - ISMUEL

The Mueller Family Student Teaching Scholarship was created by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mueller to support students pursuing a degree in education and accepted into the Watson College of Education. It is a merit based scholarship and preference will be given to a student who will be student teaching during the time of the award.




Music Department Scholarship Fund - ISMUSC

The Music Department Scholarship Fund was established by the department to assist with the recruitment and retention of talented students for the music department's performance groups in order to maintain a balanced student population for various musical endeavors, such as large ensembles, chamber music, and accompanying, among others.




Nathalie Flowers & Irbin Hilburn Edge Nursing Scholarship - ISEDGE

The Nathalie Flowers Edge & Irbin Hilburn Edge Scholarship in Nursing was createdby Ms. Glenda Edge Moreadith in memory of her parents of Horry County, SC. They served as role models in their generosity financially, personally, and spiritually to fellow human beings in need. This scholarship will be used to assist students majoring in Nursing in the School of Nursing. This is a merit scholarship with the recipient being selected based on demonstrated academic ability and special need. The student must have been accepted into UNCW and indicated an interest in pursuing a degree in nursing.




National Spinning Company Endowed Scholarship - ISNASP

National Spinning Company Endowed Scholarship assists a student who is a child of an eligible National Spinning Company employee. If there are no students who are children of National Spinning employees to apply, the scholarship may be awarded to a student from southeastern North Carolina. Complete the OSFA Web-based application to be considered.




NC Sorosis Creative Writing Scholarship - ISSCRW

The North Carolina Sorosis Creative Writing Scholarship was established to assist students majoring in education. The recipient must be enrolled in the Watson College of Education, show promise as a teacher and be in good academic standing. Preference will be given to students from the following NC counties: New Hanover, Brunswick, Pender, Duplin, Onslow, Columbus, or Bladen.




New Hanover Co. Estate Planning Scholarship in Business - ISNHCE

The New Hanover County Estate Planning Council Scholarship in Business was created by the Council to assist students pursuing a degree in the Cameron School of Business.




New Hanover Regional Medical Center Auxiliary Scholarship - ISNHRM

The New Hanover Regional Medical Center Auxiliary Scholarship is a merit scholarship available to two students annually who have been accepted into the School of Nursing. Preference is shown to recipients from southeastern North Carolina.




New Hanover-Pender County Medical Society Premedical Scholarship - ISNHPN

The New Hanover-Pender County Medical Society Premedical Scholarship is to provide financial assistance to a student in the final year of their undergraduate or graduate studies at UNCW, such student having excelled academically and having shown a serious desire and pursuit of attending medical school.


NHRMC Auxiliary Sylvia M. Brown Scholarship - ISSYLV

The New Hanover Regional Medical Center Auxiliary Scholarship was created by New Hanover Regional Medical Center Auxiliary in honor of Sylvia M. Brown.  “Miss Sylvia” was a dedicated volunteer for over 40 years at New Hanover Regional Medical Center and gave over 22,000 volunteer hours.  This scholarship is intended to assist students in the School of Nursing.


Nieka "Sean" Wright Memorial Fellowship in Foreign Languages and Literatures ISSWRT

The Nieka "Sean" Wright Memorial Fellowship in Foreign Languages and Literatures is hereby created as a named fund at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.  The fellowship is being created by the faculty of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures.  The fellowship will be used to assist students interested in pursuing a graduate degree offered by the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures.


Nikkita Donyal Johnson Diversity Scholarship in Theatre - ISNIKK

The Nikkita Donyal Johnson Diversity Scholarship in Theatre was created by Ms. Johnson to assist students in the Department of Theatre. The recipient must possess a demonstrated interest in African American culture, particularly in theatre. The annual award amount is $500. 




Norman R Kaylor Scholarship - ISKAYL

The Norman R. Kaylor Scholarship was created by W. Chris Hegele, a Cameron School of Business Alumnus. It is limited to graduates from one of the New Hanover County high schools (public or private). The student must be accepted into the Cameron School of Business.




North Carolina Shell Club Scholarship in Malacology - ISSHEL

The North Carolina Shell Club Scholarship in Malacology was created by the NC Shell Club, and organization dedicated to providing a friendly and enthusiastic forum where people of all levels of expertise, ranging from the beginner to professional, can meet and share knowledge and information about the fascinating world of shells. The scholarship will be used to assist students in conducting research or pursuing a degree in a discipline related to Malacology, the study and conservation of mollusks.


Nunzio and Edith DePaolo Scholarship - ISDEPA

The Nunzio and Edith DePaolo Scholarship was established by former Chancellor Rosemary DePaolo and her husband, Fred Wharton, in memory of Dr. DePaolo’s parents. This is a merit scholarship to assist incoming freshmen, with preference being given to students who are the first generation in their family to attend college. The scholarship is renewable provided the recipient continues to remain a full-time student and maintains a cumulative GPA of at least 3.67.


Osher Reentry Scholarship - 2nd Consideration ISOSH2

The Osher Reentry Scholarship is available to students who have experienced a gap in their formal education due to circumstances beyond their control. 




Osher Reentry Scholarship - ISOSHR

The Osher Reentry Scholarship is available to students who have experienced a gap in their formal education due to circumstances beyond their control. 




Owen Graham Kenan Fellowship - ISOWNK

The Owen Graham Kenan Scholarship was created by Mrs. Owen G. Kenan and her children in memory of her husband and their father, and is used to assist graduate students in the marine biology program. This is a merit scholarship awarded to the student(s) with exceptional credentials based on documents submitted for admission to the graduate program. The recipient(s) shall have been accepted into the Master of Science or Doctor of Philosophy program in marine biology. The scholarship is renewable for a second year contingent upon exemplary performance during the first year.




Pamela Weinbach Scholarship in Nursing - ISWEIN

The Pamela Weinbach Scholarship in Nursing was created by Robert Weinbach in memory of his wife of 27 years, Pamela, who wanted to be a grandmother more than anything else in the world. Before she could enjoy that dream, a rare form of cancer claimed her life in 2012. Her vision, talents and commitment to excellence are the inspiration behind this scholarship. These qualities formed in her youth and flourished over the decades, were honed by the miracle of motherhood, and refined by raising five children to become leaders and professionals in their own respective communities. This is a merit scholarship with financial need a secondary consideration; the scholarship is renewable with the intent to support recipients through the completion of their degree, provided the recipient continues to meet the award criteria.




Pearson & Patterson Group Scholarship in Business - ISPRPA

The Pearson and Patterson Group Scholarship in Business is an annual scholarship created by Chad Pearson and Paul Patterson to assist students in the Cameron School of Business who are majoring in economics, finance, management, accounting, or marketing. This is a merit scholarship with financial need being a secondary consideration and is to be awarded $500 per semester. It is renewable subject to academic performance.




Peggy and Jim Mahony Scholarship in Education - ISMAHO

The Peggy and Jim Mahony Scholarship in Education is a merit scholarship, with financial need as a secondary consideration. It is available to either a graduate or undergraduate student pursuing a degree offered by the Watson College of Education. It is a $5,000 annual award.




Penn Family Scholarship - ISPENN

 The Penn Family Scholarship provides scholarships for needy Rockingham County students attending one of the constituent institutions of the University of North Carolina.  This scholarship was established following the sale of the Chinqua Penn Plantation in Rockingham County. The scholarship is funded by income from the endowment. Funds are allocated to campuses based on the five-year average enrollment of Rockingham County students at each campus with each campus receiving at least $3,000.  The 2018-19 allocations are as follows:

 

ASU $20,000
ECU $21,000
ECSU $7,000
FSU $7,000
NCA&T $26,000
NCCU $7,000
NCSU $25,000
UNCA $6,000
UNCCH $24,000
UNCC $23,000
UNCG $66,000
UNCP $7,000
UNCW $10,000
UNCSA $6,000
WCU $9,000
WSSU $9,000



Eligibility guidelines of the program include:
1.       Be a resident of Rockingham County;
2.       Demonstrate financial need;
3.       Meet in-state tuition requirements;
4.       Be enrolled full-time or part-time as an undergraduate student at one of the 16 UNC campuses;
5.       Meet SAP requirements.
   The amount of the scholarship can vary between $1,000 and $3,000 per recipient.




Perry Daniel Lockamy, Jr. Memorial Scholarship - ISLOCK

The Perry Daniel Lockamy, Jr. Memorial Scholarship was created by the UNCW Alumni Association in memory of Mr. Lockamy in recognition of his love and commitment to the Alumni Association.


Philip Furia Departmental Award in Creative Writing - ISFURI

The Philip Furia Departmental Award in Creative Writing was created by Laurie J. Patterson in honor of her husband. Dr. Furia's appointments at UNCW include chair of the departments of English and Creative Writing, as well as director of the Film Studies program. His scholarly interest is American songwriters and lyricists and he has authored numerous publications on notable American lyricists such as Ira Gershwin, Irving Berlin and Johnny Mercer.




Philip Gerard Graduate Fellowship - ISGERD

The Philip Gerard Graduate Fellowship is intended to provide tuition, fees and other expenses to graduate students of English who are working toward an M.F.A. in creative writing. The scholarship is merit-based as a first priority, with exemplary moral character and leadership potential serving as secondary consideration.




Philip Melling Scholarship in International Programs - ISMELL

The Philip Melling Scholarship in International Programs was established in memory of Dr. Melling, founder of the American Studies Department in Swansea University in Wales. It was under his leadership that several academic exchanges with American universities, including UNCW, were established. The UNCW-Swansea program, which began in 1986, is the longest running study abroad program at UNCW. The scholarship will assist students interested in studying abroad in Swansea, Wales.


PNC Bank Honors Scholarship - ISCENT

The PNC Bank Honors Scholarship is valued at $2,500 annually and is designated for business majors attending the Cameron School of Business. It is a merit-based scholarship, with need as a secondary factor. Eligible recipients must be from regions in North Carolina served by PNC Bank.




Porta-Nails, Inc Scholarship - ISPORT

The Porta-Nails, Inc Scholarship is a merit scholarship for a student majoring in any four-year degree. Recipients are limited to Wilmington, NC residents of at least ten (10) years. The award is limited to one academic year. The selection is made by the director of the Honors College.


Porter Honors Scholarship in Business - ISPOHN

The Porter Honors Scholarship in Business was created by Drs. Lee and Thomas Porter to assist students enrolled in the UNCW Honors College with an interest in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business.


Preyer Family Scholarship - ISPREY

The Preyer Family Scholarship was created by Mr. Britt A Preyer, and is awarded to a student accepted into the Department of Biological Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, who has indicated a commitment to major in marine biology. 




Progress Energy Education Scholarship - ISPROG

The Progress Energy Education Scholarship (for Science and Math) was created by Progress Energy to promote teacher training in science and math. The recipient must be formally accepted into the Watson College of Education pursuing an education degree in either science or mathematics at the K-12 level. Selection is based on demonstrated academic achievement.




R. Bertram Williams, Jr. M.D. Scholarship - ISWILL

The R. Bertram Williams, Jr., M. D. Scholarship was created in honor of Dr. Williams, a founding member of New Hanover Regional Medical Center and the New Hanover Regional Medical Center Foundation. It is available to a student who has been accepted in the pre-licensure program at the UNCW School of Nursing. The scholarship is based on merit and demonstrated academic ability.




R.T. Sinclair, Jr. M.D. Scholarship - ISSINC

The Dr. R. T. Sinclair, Jr., M.D. Scholarship is awarded to a student accepted in the UNCW nursing program as either an undergraduate or graduate student. The recipient must be a graduate from a high school or be a permanent resident in Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, Duplin, New Hanover or Pender County, and must have maintained a 3.25 GPA to be eligible for renewal.




Ralph H Parker Scholarship - ISPARK

The Ralph H. Parker Scholarship was created and funded by alumni and friends of Ralph H. Parker, former director of the UNCW Office of Minority Affairs; to recognize his long-time service to UNCW. The scholarship is intended for any currently enrolled full-time UNCW student, is based on academic achievement and financial need. The recipient must have demonstrated the qualities of campus leadership as exemplified by Mr. Parker during his service to UNCW.


Robbie & Glenn Hodges Scholarship in Nursing - ISHODG

The Robbie and Glenn Hodges Scholarship in Nursing is available to an incoming freshman with an indicated interest in pursuing a career in nursing. Selection is based on need, and the award is renewable to recipients who maintain a 3.00 GPA.




Robert & Jennifer Rippy Scholarship in Business - ISRIPP

The Robert and Jennifer Rippy Scholarship in Business is a merit-based scholarship created by Mr. and Mrs. Rippy to assist students who have majored in business at Cape Fear Community College and wish to pursue a baccalaureate degree in the Cameron School of Business.




Robert Beardsworth Diversity Scholarship - ISBEAD

The Robert Beardsworth Diversity Scholarship is hereby created as a named fund at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. The scholarship is being created by Randy & Betty Ann Beardsworth, a local couple interested in supporting UNCW students who are members of the LGBTQIA Student Group and allied student groups. The scholarship is inspired by Randy's late brother Robert, a prominent New York designer, who mentored and supported several college students who were estranged from their families and faced considerable adversity and hardship. The scholarship will be used to assist the university in meeting its commitment to maintaining a campus environment that values a rich diversity in its student body. The university's current definition of diversity includes, but is not limited to race, sex, age, color, national origin (including ethnicity), creed, religion, disability, sexual orientation, political affiliation, veteran's status, gender, educational disadvantage, socio-economic circumstances, language, and history of overcoming adversity.


Robert F Warwick Accounting Scholarship - ISRWAR

The Robert F. Warwick Accounting Scholarship was created by family and friends of Robert F. Warwick to honor his contributions to both UNCW and the accounting profession, and is intended to reward academic merit. The recipient must have been formally accepted into either the undergraduate accounting program or the MSA program within the Cameron School of Business. First preference is given to students who attended a New Hanover County high school. The award is disbursed half in the fall and half in the spring semester.




Robert F. and Catherine Warwick Scholarship - ISWARW

The Robert F. and Catherine Warwick Scholarship is available to UNCW students who have graduated from a New Hanover County high school. The scholarship is awarded on the basis of involvement in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, evidence of leadership potential, moral force of character, scholastic ability, and documented financial need. Complete the OSFA Web-based application to be considered.


Robert H Byington Leadership Fellowship In Creative Writing - ISBYTN

The Robert H. Byington Leadership Fellowship in Creative Writing was established to honor Dr. Robert H. Byington for his efforts in establishing the creative writing program at UNCW. A student must have at least one semester‘s thesis work remaining. The recipient shall be an M.F.A. student of outstanding creative achievement who, by vote of the M.F.A. faculty, has demonstrated unusual generosity of spirit toward peers, faculty and staff, contributing significantly to the morale, community spirit, and excellence of the M.F.A. in creative writing program. Interested students should contact the Department of Creative Writing.




Robert O. Walton, Jr. Scholarship - ISWALT

The Robert O. Walton, Jr. Scholarship was established to honor retired Vice Chancellor R. O. Walton, Jr., who served UNCW for more than thirty years. It is a merit-based scholarship for members in good standing of the UNCW Honors College. The scholarship may be renewable based on satisfactory performance.


Robert Ridgely Dobo & Gabriel William Dobo Scholarship - ISDOBO

The Robert Ridgely Dobo & Gabriel William Dobo Scholarship was created to financially assist incoming freshmen. This is a merit scholarship and is non-renewable. The recipient(s) must have completed high school in North Carolina and is selected based on demonstrated academic ability, student activities, and potential for leadership as defined by the Office of Admissions. The recipient shall be known as a Dobo Merit Scholar.


Robert Tindall Brown Student Travel Award Endowment - ISRTBT

TBD


Roger P. Hill Scholarship - ISHILL

The Roger P. Hill Scholarship was created by Edward and Margaret Barclay in honor of Dr. Hill. It is awarded annually to a rising junior or senior business student on the basis of scholastic ability, character, and recommendations by the faculty. Special consideration is given to non-traditional students beginning or returning to academic study.




Rory Elizabeth Michaelson Scholarship in Education - ISRORY

The Rory Elizabeth Michaelson Scholarship in Education was established by Rory‘s mother and step-father, Susan and Bill Finley, to provide a lasting legacy for their daughter and to honor her dedication to teaching. The scholarship will be used to assist students committed to pursuing a degree or licensure offered by the Watson College of Education, who share Rory‘s passion for teaching children – especially children with special needs and/or those coming from economically disadvantaged backgrounds.




Rotary Club of Wilmington Scholarship - International Programs - ISROTY - duplicate - not active

The Rotary Oub of Wilmington Scholarship is an annually funded scholarship program designated to financially assist two students enrolled at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. The scholarship is being created at UNCW to support a student from North Carolina and an international student attending the university.
 

The international student shall be selected by the office of international programs using whatever committee structure or process this is determined by the assistant provost for international programs. It is expected that the recipient will be selected based on demonstrated academic merit and potential for service to their home country. The director will forward the recipient's name to the office of financial aid and veteran services for award.

The second recipient shall be nominated by the office of the Honors Program using whatever committee structure or process is determined by the director of the Honors Program. The committee is asked to consider only students who have graduated from a North Carolina high school, those who have demonstrated academic merit and have shown leadership skills and possess good character. Names of the top three candidates shall be forwarded to the office of financial aid and veterans services who will select from among those students the one with the highest demonstrated financial need.




Rotary Club of Wilmington Scholarship - ISROTY

The Rotary Oub of Wilmington Scholarship is an annually funded scholarship program designated to financially assist two students enrolled at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. The scholarship is being created at UNCW to support a student from North Carolina and an international student attending the university.
 

The international student shall be selected by the office of international programs using whatever committee structure or process this is determined by the assistant provost for international programs. It is expected that the recipient will be selected based on demonstrated academic merit and potential for service to their home country. The director will forward the recipient's name to the office of financial aid and veteran services for award.

The second recipient shall be nominated by the office of the Honors Program using whatever committee structure or process is determined by the director of the Honors Program. The committee is asked to consider only students who have graduated from a North Carolina high school, those who have demonstrated academic merit and have shown leadership skills and possess good character. Names of the top three candidates shall be forwarded to the office of financial aid and veterans services who will select from among those students the one with the highest demonstrated financial need.




Rotary Club of Wilmington Scholarship - ISROTY (for OIP recipient)

The Rotary Oub of Wilmington Scholarship is an annually funded scholarship program designated to financially assist two students enrolled at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. The scholarship is being created at UNCW to support a student from North Carolina and an international student attending the university.
 

The international student shall be selected by the office of international programs using whatever committee structure or process this is determined by the assistant provost for international programs. It is expected that the recipient will be selected based on demonstrated academic merit and potential for service to their home country. The director will forward the recipient's name to the office of financial aid and veteran services for award.

The second recipient shall be nominated by the office of the Honors Program using whatever committee structure or process is determined by the director of the Honors Program. The committee is asked to consider only students who have graduated from a North Carolina high school, those who have demonstrated academic merit and have shown leadership skills and possess good character. Names of the top three candidates shall be forwarded to the office of financial aid and veterans services who will select from among those students the one with the highest demonstrated financial need.




Rowe Family & R.F. Zimmerman Scholarship in Chemistry - ISMERC

The Rowe Family and R. F. Zimmerman Scholarship in Chemistry was originally created by W. Mercer Rowe and was funded by South Atlantic Services, Inc., in memory of R. F. Zimmerman, the former Senior Vice President. This is a merit scholarship to assist students interested in pursuing a degree in Chemistry.




RSM McGladrey Fellowship - 668820 ISMCGL

The RSM McGladrey Fellowship was created to assist students in the Master of Accountancy Program. It is a merit scholarship and the recipient, who must be accepted in the Masters of Accountancy Program, is selected based on demonstrated academic ability.




SACO Scholarship - ISSACO

The SACO Scholarship was created by staff members of the Student Accounts and Cashier’s Office to assist students at UNCW.  The recipient of this merit scholarship is selected on demonstrated academic ability, special achievement, demonstrated leadership skills and community service.




Sadie Edens Sessoms Scholarship in Nursing - ISEDEN

The Sadie Edens Sessoms Scholarship in Nursing was created by Dr. H. Douglas Sessoms and his wife, Anne L. Sessoms, to honor Dr. Sessoms‘ mother and her lifelong commitment to helping others, especially the elderly. This is a merit scholarship and the recipient is selected on demonstrated academic ability, with an overall 3.00 GPA, and special achievement. The recipient must be an in-state student and have been accepted into admission to UNCW with an indicated interest in pursuing a degree in nursing.




Sage Island Scholarship in Business - ISSAGE

The Sage Island Scholarship in Business was established by the CEO of Sage Island to assist students in the Cameron School of Business. Sage Island is an integrated marketing agency providing marketing strategy, graphic design, custom programming and Internet marketing, and we do it with an integrated approach that leverages the power and measurability of the Internet.




Sally R. Wilkins Memorial Scholarship - ISWILK

The Sally R. Wilkins Scholarship is awarded annually to a female student pursuing a business or professional career. Applicants must have clearly designed academic goals and be able to demonstrate financial need.




Sally Sullivan Award in English - ISSULL

The Sally Sullivan Award in English is considered a one-time merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability in accordance with the university’s criteria for the award of merit scholarships.  The recipient must be enrolled in the Department of English. Preference will be given to a student who is non-traditional and also a single parent. 




Sandra Koza Frank Travel Scholarship - ISFRNK

The Sandra Koza Frank Travel Scholarship was created by David J. Frank and his children in memory of his wife and their mother. The intent of the award is to support UNCW’s efforts graduate global citizens, and give student the opportunity to broaden their experience while at UNCW through study abroad and to support international students while at UNCW.




Sandra O'Donnell Nursing Scholarship - ISODON

The Sandra M. O’Donnell Nursing Scholarship honors a former UNCW student and current faculty member in the School of Nursing. This award provides funds for the purchase of books and/or computer technology not otherwise available through scholarships. Recipient(s) are selected on proven academic ability, with need a secondary factor, and is not renewable.




Sara Fussell Messer '66 Alumni Scholarship - ISMESS

The Sara Fussell Messer '66 Alumni Scholarship was created by Sara Messer to recognize the value of education and Ms. Messer’s love of it and her alma mater, and to provide support for the needs of current and future UNCW students. Preference is given to residents of Duplin County or Sampson County. Recipient must have a minimum 3.00 cumulative GPA. If no eligible applicant meets this criterion, a merit scholarship is awarded by the Watson College of Education to an incoming freshman with a minimum 3.00 GPA.


Satu Harris Scholarship in Creative Writing - ISSATU

The Satu Harris Scholarship in Creative Writing was created by Jeff Ezzelle in memory of Ms. Harris, who loved the variety of life and was well known for her vibrant smile and positive attitude. She had a passion for music, photography and writing.




Scott Robertson Memorial Scholarship - ISROBT

The Scott Robertson Memorial Scholarship created by friends and family of Scott Robertson is available for an incoming freshman student from Pitt County, North Carolina who has demonstrated an interest in creative writing or music. The scholarship may be renewed based on satisfactory progress. 


Seahawk Vanguard Scholarship in Business - ISVANG

The Seahawk Vanguard Scholarship in Business was created by Mr. Todd Thibodeaux, a 1988 alumni of the Cameron School of Business and nationally recognized business executive in IT and consumer electronics industries. This scholarship will assist students interested in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business.




Seventh Son Scholarship - ISSEVN

The Seventh Son Scholarship was created by Donald W. Huovinen. It is funded annually and is to be awarded to a single parent who has at least one child, under the age of 10 living with him/her. This scholarship is non-renewable.


Shawn Nasseri Scholarship - ISNASS

The Shawn Nasseri Scholarship was created by Shawn Nasseri, owner of Scuba Now and Principal and Founder of Computer Soft, LLC. Mr. Nasseri feels that the preservation of our environment is vital to our community, and would like to give back to the university by assisting students who are interested in environmentally sustainable tourism.




Sheila A. Adams International Business Scholarship - ISADAM

The Sheila A. Adams Scholarship is available to a student who is active in the Trans Atlantic Business School Alliance in the Cameron School of Business. Recipients must have declared a major within one of the programs of the Cameron School of Business.




Sidberry Family Scholarship

The Sidberry Family Scholarship was created by Demetrius Sidberry, a 2005 UNCW graduate, in honor of the opportunities that he was afforded as a student, including his experience as an Opperman Scholar. Mr. Sidberry believes that UNCW helped prepare him for a career as a business executive and wishes to help in the recruitment and 
retention of high ability diverse students. The scholarship will be used to assist the university in 
meeting its commitment to maintaining a campus environment that values a rich diversity in its 
student body. 


Smith Doss Scholarship in Computer Science - ISDOSS

The Smith Doss Scholarship in Computer Science was established by Smith Doss and Claude Monnier to assist students majoring in Computer Science. It is a merit scholarship and the recipient must possess at least a 3.00 overall GPA and a 3.30 GPA in computer science courses. The recipient should be a rising junior or senior who has been accepted in the Department of Computer Science, with preference given to a North Carolina resident.




Staff Senate Scholarship - ISSCOU

The Staff Senate Scholarship was created by the UNCW Staff Senate to assist university employees and their immediate family members who are pursuing a degree at UNCW. Employee must have been employed at UNCW for a minimum of one year, and must have a minimum GPA of 2.50 to be eligible.




Stamp Defiance Chap-Nat Soc Daughters American Revolution - ISDARH

The Stamp Defiance Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution Fellowship in History was created to assist graduate students who are studying and preparing for positions in museums, historic sites and historic preservation.




Stella Doran International Studies Award - ISSDOR

The Stella Doran International Studies Award was created by her husband and son in memory of her compassion and generosity of spirit in serving her community. This award, available to rising juniors and seniors with at least a 3.0 GPA will offset costs, including travel, for studying abroad.




Stephen and Kathleen Kelbley Scholarship - ISKELB

The Stephen and Kathleen Kelbley Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship intended to provide for in-state tuition, fees and books for a rising junior or senior with a declared business major.




Stirling Coward SAA Endowed Scholarship - ASTRL

The Stirling Coward SAA Endowed Scholarship was created Douglas Fox and supporters of the UNCW men’s baseball program for a student-athlete on the men’s baseball team.


Student Government Association Scholarship - ISSGOV

The Student Government Association Scholarship recognizes student leaders of campus organizations. The scholarship is available to an undergraduate or graduate student with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.00 who is an active member of at least one student organization.


Sunrise Homes, Inc. Scholarship - ISSUNR

The Sunrise Homes, Inc. Scholarship is intended to provide undergraduate academic scholarships for students who enroll in the university Honors College. First preference in awarding the scholarship is given to a high school student from New Hanover, Pender, Columbus, and Brunswick Counties in North Carolina and Horry County, South Carolina. The acceptance of the scholarship is conditional on the student’s promise to contribute to the scholarship fund after graduation.


Susan Goodman Stern Fellowship - ISGOOD

The Susan Goodman Stern Graduate Fellowship is awarded to a continuing or entering student in the history graduate program. The criteria include having a genuine interest in the study of ideas and people, sensitivity to the environment and concern of others within the community. The fellowship is awarded by the Department of History.


Sylvia and B.D. Schwartz Graduate Fellowship - ISSCHW

The Sylvia and B. D. Schwartz Graduate Fellowship Award may be awarded to any graduate student enrolled in nine hours or more at UNCW. Recipients are determined by the Graduate School and receive an amount equal to in–state tuition and fees.




Teresa S. Lee Scholarship in Education - ISTLEE

The Teresa S. Lee Scholarship in Education was created as a named fund at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. The scholarship is being created by the Night Department of North Carolina Sorosis Women's Club, the oldest federated women's club in North Carolina. The scholarship is given in honor of Teresa S. Lee, founder and first Chairman of the Night Department of North Carolina Sorosis Women's Club and former President of the General Federation of Women's Clubs -North Carolina. The scholarship will be used to assist students pursuing a degree offered by the Watson College of Education.


Terry Rogers Award in Theatre - ISROGR

The Terry Rogers Award in Theatre will be used to assist theatre students at UNCW; this is a two-part award which shall be used to defray the cost of attendance and also with expenses related to a student production.


Thad Dankel Mathematics Scholarship ISDANK

The Thad Dankel Mathematics Endowed Scholarship was created by the friends of Thad Dankel to honor his thirty years of service and commitment to UNCW and the Department of Mathematics. This is a merit-based scholarship demonstrated by a 3.00 GPA. The recipient must have been accepted into the College of Arts and Sciences and must have indicated a commitment to major in mathematics.




The Crider Family Graduate Fellowship in Business Administration - ISCRID

The Crider Family Graduate Fellowship in Business Administration is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability, leadership, and special achievement, with preference being given to a student exemplifying the qualities of personal integrity and values-based leadership. The student must be accepted for admissions to UNCW with an interest in pursuing a Master's degree in Business Administration offered by the Cameron School of Business. The fellowship may be renewed for returning students at the discretion of the award authority, provided they continue to meet the award criteria.




The Edward and Esther Bloedorn Endowment Fund - ISBLOE

The Edward and Esther Bloedorn Endowment Fund is hereby created as a planned gift within the endowment of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington (UNCW).  The fund is being created by donor Philp E. Bloedorn in honor of his parents, Edward and Esther.  The fund is intended to assist students within the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures.


The Elizabeth and David Mautz Scholarship in Business - ISMAUL

The Elizabeth and David Mautz Scholarship in Business is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected based on academic ability, as evidence by a minimum of a 3.0 GPA and demonstrated extracurricular involvement in community activities. The recipient must have been accepted for admission to the UNCW Master of Science in Accountancy Program.The scholarship may be awarded to undergraduate or graduate students. The scholarship may be renewed for returning students at the discretion of the award authority, provided that they continue to meet the award criteria,




The Fred Toney, Jr. Memorial Scholarship ISTONE

The Fred Toney, Jr. Memorial Scholarship was created in memory of a former UNCW family member and is awarded each year by the faculty of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Criteria include academic excellence and extra-curricular activities.




The Margaret Walthour Lippitt Scholarship - ISLIPT

The Margaret Walthour Lippitt Scholarship was created in her memory by her granddaughter, Margaret Lippitt Rorison. It is awarded to a student who has received the New Student Leader Award. Recipients are selected by the Leadership Center. For more information regarding the scholarship and application process including deadlines, contact the Center for Leadership and Education and Service.


The Parrish-Betts Travel Award - ISPBTA

The Parrish-Betts Travel Award was created by Elizabeth Betts in honor of her grandparents, Alice and John Parrish.  The award supports UNCW’s efforts to graduate global citizens by providing an opportunity for students to broaden their experience through study abroad. Preference will be given to students who have demonstrated an interest in Africa or Asia and have applied to study abroad on a UNCW-approved semester or summer study abroad program with a minimum duration of 4 weeks.




The Ruth B. Hodges Scholarship in Art - ISRUTH

The Ruth B. Hodges Scholarship in Art was established by Ms. Vicky Lettmann in memory of her mother, a non-traditional student who took classes with art professor Claude Howell from 1967-71; she was still creating art work well into her nineties. This is a merit scholarship; it is renewable provided the recipient continues to meet the award criteria.


The Sarah Faison Jones Diversity Schol - ISSFJO

Merit, full available interest, accepted in UNCW, undergraduate or graduate, graduated from Duplin, Sampson, Onslow, or Jones County with special consideration to students working with the African American Community, Dept. of Admissions selects, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring


The Two Friends Honors Scholarship - IS2FRN

The Two Friends Honors Scholarship was created by Agnes Beane and Lyell
McMerty. The scholarship will be used to assist students pursuing a degree offered by the
University of North Carolina Wilmington and who have been accepted into the Honors Scholars
Program.


The Village of Bald Head Island Scholarship - ISBAHD

The Bald Head Island Limited Scholarship was created by Bald Head Island, Ltd to recruit and retain high ability students from South Brunswick High School. It is a merit scholarship awarded to a graduate of South Brunswick High School who has been accepted into UNCW. The recipient is chosen based on demonstrated academic ability. This is a four-year renewable scholarship as long as the recipient maintains a 3.20 GPA and a new freshman is chosen each year.




The William J. Boney Scholarship - ISBONE

The William J. Boney Scholarship awarded to a UNCW student who graduated from a North Carolina high school. The scholarship is merit based and is intended to assist, recruit, and retain academically strong students who also demonstrate leadership potential. Financial need may be a secondary consideration.


Theresa Bentsen Warrick Scholarship - ISWARR

The Theresa Bentsen Warrick Memorial Nursing Scholarship is awarded to a nursing student demonstrating financial need and proven academic and clinical achievements. Applicants must be graduates from North Carolina high schools and present an overall grade point average of at least 2.50.




Thomas J. Burke Scholarship - ISTBUR

The Thomas J. Burke Scholarship was established by Dr. J. Richard Corbett in memory of Thomas Joseph Burke, a beloved member of the faculty of the Cameron School of Business from 1965 until his retirement in 1991. The recipient of this merit scholarship must have been accepted into the School of Nursing.




Thomas Janicki Scholarship in Leadership - ISJANI

Merit, 500.00 target award annually until endowed, demonstrated ability and special achievement, undergraduate pursuing degree in CSB, special consideration to demonstrated commitment to service, leadership and volunteerism, may be renewable if criteria met, endow of 10 year period, CSB selects


Tower 7/WBLivesurf Scholarship - IST7WB

The Tower 7/WBLivesurf Scholarship is the brainchild of Joshua Vach. This merit-based scholarship is available to multiple full-time students, with preference being given to students who embrace the surfing culture and are active in the coastal community; financial need will be a secondary consideration. Recipients are selected by the Department of Psychology.




Trask Land Company Champions of Freedom Scholarship - ISTRAS

The Trask Land Company Champions of Freedom Scholarship was created by Raiford Trask III and Trask Land Company in honor of their commitment to assisting military personnel in pursuit of opportunities in higher education. This is a merit scholarship with financial need a secondary consideration. The recipient must be active-duty United Stations Marine Corps personnel or their dependent. The scholarship is renewable provided the recipients continue to meet the award criteria.


Troy Douglas Carr Memorial Scholarship - ISTCAR

The Troy Douglas Carr Memorial Scholarship was created by friends, family and fellow officers in memory of Agent Troy Carr, who received his bachelor‘s degree in Criminal Justice from UNCW in December, 1992, became an agent with the NC Alcohol Law Enforcement and was tragically killed in the line of duty in May, 1994. This is a merit scholarship and the recipient must have been recommended by any law enforcement officer presently serving or retired from service in the state of North Carolina. The recipient must demonstrate the potential and character to serve the people of North Carolina in a law enforcement career and must also show a history of volunteer involvement with law enforcement groups.


UNCW Alumni Assoc Pat Corcoran Smith Scholarship - ISCORC

The UNCW Alumni Association Pat Corcoran Smith Scholarship was created to honor Pat Corcoran Smith for her outstanding service as executive director of the association and the university’s Alumni Relations Program. This scholarship is awarded primarily on the basis of academic achievement with additional consideration given to school and community involvement. Applicants shall be incoming freshmen taking a minimum of 12 credit hours and must provide a high school transcript confirming a minimum GPA of 3.50.




UNCW Alumni Association Bob King Scholarship - ISBOBK

The UNCW Alumni Association Bob King Scholarship was created to honor Bob King for his long-term and significant support of the association and the university. This scholarship is awarded primarily on the basis of academic achievement with additional consideration given to school and community involvement. Applicants may be incoming freshmen or currently enrolled UNCW students taking a minimum of 12 credit hours. All applicants must provide a high school or college transcript confirming a minimum GPA of 3.50.


UNCW Annual Merit Scholarship - ISMRIT

 
 From: Rackley, Franklin T.
Sent: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 9:18 AM
To: Cheatham, Kimberley <cheathamk@uncw.edu>
Subject: RE: Bookstore Merit scholarship amount 18-19
 
Kimberley,
 
It’s the same as last year.
 
a.$103,000 (Honors & Merit) to fund 216710 
b.       $50,000 (Diversity) to fund 216703
c.       Total $153,000
 
Thanks,
 


UNCW Black Faculty & Staff Association Merit Scholarship - ISBFSA

The UNCW Black Faculty & Staff Merit Scholarship was created to assist the university in meeting its commitment to maintaining a diverse campus. This is a merit scholarship with the recipient selected based on demonstrated academic ability, special achievement, leadership and civic involvement. Recipient must be a sophomore, junior or senior with a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher. Special consideration will be given to students with a record of community involvement and demonstrated leadership in the African American Community.




UNCW Bookstore Merit Scholarship - ISCBSM

The UNCW Bookstore Merit Scholarship was created by the UNCW Bookstore as a merit scholarship to assist students with demonstrated academic ability and special achievement, with financial need a secondary consideration. 


UNCW Diversity Scholarship Fund - ISDIVR

The UNCW Diversity Scholarship Fund was established to promote the university‘s commitment to maintaining a campus environment that values a rich diversity of human beings among its faculty, staff, and students. This merit scholarship is available to an entering freshman and is renewable for up to four years.


UNCW School of Nursing Merit Scholarship - ISSONM

The University of North Carolina Wilmington School of Nursing Merit Scholarship was created to assist high ability students. This is a merit scholarship with financial need as secondary consideration.




UNCW Surf Team Scholarship - ISSURF

The UNCW Surf Team Scholarship was created by Nina S. Berke to assist students who are members of the UNCW Surf Team.


Victor Zullo Memorial Scholarship Fund - ISZULL

The Victor Zullo Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of Dr. Zullo by his family to support a student in the Department of Geology.




Virginia W. Adams Travel Award in Nursing - ISVADM

The Virginia W. Adams Travel Award in Nursing was created by Mrs. Rebecca Varner in honor of Dr. Adams, former Dean of the UNCW School of Nursing. The intent of the award is to give students an opportunity to broaden their experience while at UNCW through study abroad, specifically to nursing students participating in the School of Nursing’s Clinical and Cultural Immersion Experience in Peru.




W.C. "Billy" Mebane, Jr., M.D. Scholarship - ISMEBN

The W. C. “Billy” Mebane, Jr., M.D. Scholarship was created by the Cape Fear Memorial Foundation in memory of W. C. “Billy” Mebane, Jr., M.D., to recognize his contributions to our community as a founder of Cape Fear Memorial Hospital. The recipient must have been accepted in the UNCW nursing program as either an undergraduate or graduate student, and must have graduated from a high school, or be a permanent resident, in Duplin, Pender, Brunswick, Columbus, Bladen or New Hanover County. The scholarship is merit-based with financial need as a secondary factor.




Warren Gulko Memorial Scholarship - ISGULK

The Warren Gulko Memorial Scholarship was created by the Information Systems and Operations Management Department to assist students majoring in operations management or information systems in the Cameron School of Business. The recipient must be a rising junior or senior. The scholarship is a merit scholarship with financial need as a second consideration. The award is $500 per year and renewable subject to reapplication.




Watson College of Education Alumni Chapter Scholarship - ISWSEA

The Watson College of Education Alumni Chapter Scholarship offers scholarships to students who have been accepted into the UNCW Watson College of Education. It is a merit scholarship and the recipients must have indicated a commitment to major in education.


Wayland H. Cato Jr. Endowed Scholarship Fund - ISCATO

The Wayland H. Cato Jr. Endowed Scholarship Fund was created by the Cato Foundation to assist students who can demonstrate a quantifiable need for financial assistance. Preference is given to students who have shown a commitment to a strong work ethic through meaningful work experience in the public or private section and a commitment to volunteerism through performing meaningful community service without compensation.




WB King Mackerel Tournament Undergrad Research Award - ISWBKM

The Wrightsville Beach King Mackerel Tournament Undergraduate Research Award was established to assist students in faculty-mentored research in marine fin fish and artificial reef development and conservation. The fund is administered by the UNCW Honors College.


Wells Fargo Bank Scholarship (WAS Wachovia) - ISWABK

The Wells Fargo Bank Scholarship was created to assist UNCW in fulfilling its diversity goals as defined by its mission. It is awarded based on demonstrated academic ability to an undergraduate or graduate student who has been formally accepted into the Cameron School of Business. It may be renewed.




Wes Berlin Scholarship in Business - ISBERL

The Wes Berlin Scholarship in Business was created by Mrs. Rita Berlin and Jeff Berlin in memory of Wes Berlin, a member of the Cameron Executive Advisory Board, the Cameron Executive Network and, most importantly, an Executive-in-Residence. Mr. Berlin was an incredible mentor, teacher and champion for his students. He challenged them to go beyond what they thought possible. The greatest compliment one of his mentees or students could get from Mr. Berlin is that the student “got it” in knowing how to succeed in life. He continually led the university faculty in the number of accolades he received from graduating seniors that detailed the impact he had on their lives. For a great number of students each year that he taught, he provided the wind beneath their wings to allow them to be truly soaring Seahawks as they graduated from UNCW. The scholarship will be used to assist students interested in pursuing a degree offered by Cameron School of Business.




Will S. DeLoach Chemistry Scholarship - ISDELO

The Will S. DeLoach Scholarship in Chemistry is merit scholarship created by Dr. DeLoach, a former faculty member in the Department of Chemistry.

Kimberley:  Can you please tell me what I need to do to be sure there is the appropriate amount of funding in place to award the following?   Thank you.  Libbie
Deloach Organic Award - IDCHM7            
up to 5 recipients, $1000 total
 
Dick Ward Excellence in General Chemistry Award - IDCHM9
1 recipient, $250
 
Will S. DeLoach Chemistry Scholarship - ISDELO
4 recipients, $4000 total
 
Bart and Peggy Jones Analytical Award - IDCHM1
1 recipient, $125
 
Lewis E. Nance Award for Excellence in Inorganic Chemistry - IDCHM4
1 recipient, $125
 
 
Libbie Schaffer
UNCW
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
910-962-3115
 
 
 




William "Bill" Harris SAA Scholarship - ABHARR

The William "Bill" Harris SAA Scholarship was established by an anonymous donor in honor of Mr. Harris, a long-time supporter of UNCW Baseball, to provide scholarship support for student-athletes at UNCW.


William A King Nursing Scholarship - ISWKNG

The William Allen King Nursing Scholarship was created by Mr. Joe L. King III in memory of his brother. The recipient must be an undergraduate accepted into the UNCW School of Nursing. This is a merit scholarship and the recipient must have an overall grade point average of 3.0 or better on a 4.0 scale. The scholarship may be renewed, based on competitive process.




William F. Adcock, Jr. Memorial Scholarship - ISADCO

The William F. Adcock, Jr. Music Scholarship was created by Mrs. Alma Adcock in memory of her husband William, long time conductor of the UNCW/Community Orchestra and associate professor of music at UNCW. It is awarded to a student who plans to graduate from UNCW with a major in music and who has no more than 36 hours to complete before graduation. The award is based upon overall excellence in music, above-average academic record, and acceptable performance standards.


William J. and Jacqueline S. Warwick Scholarship - ISWARS

The William J. and Jacqueline S. Warwick Scholarship was created by Mr. and Mrs. Warwick. It is awarded to an in-state undergraduate or graduate student who has been formally accepted into the Cameron School of Business. Selection is based on demonstrated academic ability as evidenced by a minimum 3.30 GPA, with financial need as a secondary consideration. Preference is given to a recipient who continues to qualify for the scholarship until graduation.




William J. Brooks Baseball Support Fund - ABROOK

The William J. Brooks Baseball Support Fund was established in 1997 by former players and colleagues in appreciation of Coach Brooks' forty-year tenure at Wilmington College and UNCW. Under his leadership, the university developed from a two-sport junior college to a sixteen-sport NCAA Division I program.


Williams/Jackson Merit Scholarship in Psychology - ISWLJK

The Williams/Jackson Merit Scholarship in Psychology was created by the Department of Psychology faculty and staff in honor of its founding chairs, Dr. John Taylor Williams and Dr. Lee Anderson Jackson. This is an undergraduate merit scholarship and the recipient is selected on demonstrated academic ability. The recipient must have been accepted into the College of Arts and Sciences and have indicated a commitment to major in psychology. 




Willie Stargell Scholarship - ISWSTR

The Willie Stargell Scholarship was created by the Willie Stargell Foundation in memory of Mr. Stargell to assist students in the School of Nursing. Preference is given to students who have indicated a commitment to specializing in the treatment of patients with kidney disease or patients on dialysis.




Williston Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship - ISWIST

The Williston Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship was created by alumni of Williston Industrial and Williston Senior High Schools. It is awarded to a deserving freshman who has indicated an interest in the field of education. Preference is given to descendants of individuals who attended or graduated from Williston Industrial or Williston Senior High School. If no such candidate applies, it may be awarded to a student from an under-represented group, or to any diverse person.


Wilmington Art Association Scholarship in Art & Art History - ISWAAS

The Wilmington Art Association Scholarship in Art and Art History was created by the Wilmington Art Association, a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for area visual artists to gain community recognition through shows and exhibitions. It offers a forum wherein artists, local craftsmen and people interested in the visual arts can exchange ideas, learn from each other, and contribute to the community. The Association also provides education programs, demonstrations and lectures which will lead to better public understanding and appreciation of visual arts. The scholarship will be used to assist students pursuing a degree in visual art offered by the Department of Art and Art History.


Wilmington Coca-Cola Scholarship - ISCOCA

The Wilmington Coca-Cola Scholarship Fund is intended to provide assistance to undergraduate and graduate students majoring in the humanities. Recipients are selected based on character and leadership. Consideration is also given to candidates who have shown evidence of self-help. The scholarship rotates between English, history, foreign languages, and philosophy and religion.




Wilmington College Alumni Scholarship - ISWILC

The Wilmington College Alumni Scholarship provides a scholarship to an incoming or currently enrolled undergraduate student. The scholarship is in honor of Wilmington College alumni and faculty who attended or taught at this institution before it was accepted into the University of North Carolina System in 1969. Wilmington College was established in 1947. Applicants must earn a minimum of 12 credit hours and a minimum GPA of 3.5.


Wilmington East Rotary Club Scholarship - ISEROT

The Wilmington East Rotary Club Scholarship is a merit scholarship awarded to an incoming freshman who has graduated from an accredited high school in New Hanover County or a New Hanover County student who has attained a high school equivalency grade.


Wilmington West Rotary Club Scholarship - ISWROT

The Wilmington West Rotary Club Scholarship is intended to attract and retain academically strong students and is awarded to a student from southeastern North Carolina based on academic achievement. The student may be considered for renewal with a minimum 3.00 GPA.


Wilmington Woman's Club Scholarship - ISWLWM

The Wilmington Woman’s Club Award is awarded to a New Hanover County high school graduate who demonstrates academic achievement. A recipient may continue to receive this scholarship if a 3.00 grade point average is maintained; therefore, a new recipient may not be named every year.


Windell Daniels Public Housing & Section 8 Memorial Scholarship - ISWDAN

The Windell Daniels Public Housing & Section 8 Memorial Scholarship was created in memory of Mr. Daniels’ community leadership and many civic contributions. This is a merit scholarship available to an incoming freshman at UNCW and is awarded based on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement, with financial need a secondary consideration. This scholarship is renewable as long as recipient remains in good academic standing.


Z-Allen Parsons Star-News Newsroom Scholarship - ISSTAR

The Allen Parsons Star-News Newsroom Scholarship was created by Mr. Allen Parsons in recognition of his departure as executive editor of the Wilmington Star-News. This is a merit scholarship and the recipient must have been accepted into the Honors Program and is selected based on academic ability. In addition, the recipient shall commit to being a regular reader of the Star News, either online or in print.


Z-Alpha Delta Kappa Delta Chapter Education Scholarship - ISADKD

The Alpha Delta Kappa Delta Chapter Education Scholarship was created by Alpha Delta Kappa Delta Chapter to assist students majoring in education in the Watson College of Education. This is a merit scholarship and the recipient should be a prospective teacher in good academic standing. Preference is given to a student in education at UNCW, preferably a junior or senior.




Z-Angela C King Sch - ISANGK

The Angela Christine King Scholarship is available to a student who has been accepted into the pre-licensure program at the UNCW School of Nursing and has at least two semesters remaining until graduation. It was created by Joseph Lewis King III




Z-Ann D Walker Schol - ISAWAL

Scholarship is 100.00,academic and creative promise, junior or senior majoring in special education, Dept. of Education selects




Z-Anna T. Kniffen Memorial Scholarship - ISKNIF

The Anna T. Kniffen Memorial Scholarship was established by Ernest T. Kniffen in memory of his mother. It is available to a student who has been accepted into either the Department of History or the Department of Geography and Geology as an undergraduate or graduate. Preference is given to students with financial need and demonstrated academic ability.


Z-Ashley Elizabeth Shivar Creative Writing - ISASHI

The Ashley Elizabeth Shivar Creative Writing Scholarship was established by Jacqueline and Michael Shivar in honor of their daughter Ashley, who graduate cum laude from UNCW in 2007 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and went on to complete her Masters in Creative Writing in 2010. While at UNCW, Ashley was co-producer of Writers in Action and president of the Creative Writing Graduate Student Association. This is a merit scholarship available to undergraduate students and may be renewable for returning students who continue to meet the criteria.




Z-Barbara Beckwith Dobo Scholarship in Elementary Education - ISBECK

The Barbara Beckwith Dobo Scholarship in Elementary Education was established by Barbara Beckwith Dobo in memory of her mother, Sabre Elizabeth Beckwith, and her grandmother, Rachel F. Beckwith. The recipient of this merit scholarship must be majoring in elementary education and maintain a GPA of at least 3.00.




Z-Ben David Criminal Justice - ISBEND

Merit, 3.0 GPA, full available interest, full time student accepted in Dept. of Sociology and Criminal Justice, cost of tuition, fees, and books as funding permits, renewable, must demonstrate historical record of community/public service and/or volunteerism in support of non-profit org. or programs and must continue in order to renew


Z-Boney - Bellamy Mansion Fellowship in History (ISBOBE)

The Boney – Bellamy Mansion Fellowship in History was created by the Bellamy Mansion Museum to assist students interested in pursuing a degree in History with a concentration in Public History. The Bellamy Mansion is one of North Carolina’s most spectacular examples of antebellum architecture, built on the eve of the Civil War by free and enslaved black artisans. The Bellamy Mansion was opened to the public in 1994 and operates today as a museum and is a stewardship property of Preservation North Carolina.




z-Boyd Family (ABOYD)

Full available interest, student athlete on Women's Golf Team approved by Dir. of Athletics, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring


Z-Cape Fear Marbella Chapter of ABWA Scholarship in Honors - ISABWA

The Cape Fear Marbella Charter Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA) of Wilmington Scholarship is a merit scholarship to assist the university in retaining academically strong students. The ABWA has thousands of members in chapters and Express Networks nationwide; the organization provides business training and networking opportunities for women of diverse occupations and backgrounds. The ABWA has dedicated more than half a century to women’s education and provided workplace skills and career development training for more than 545,000 members.


Z-Charles Rand Transf Stud - ISRAND

Merit, transfer from community college, full time, support up to tuition, fees, & books, min. 3.0 GPA, demonstrated community/public service and/or volunteerism I support of non-profit org. or programs and must continue to renew, Office of Admissions selects, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring




Z-Christian-Johns Family Distinguished Merit Scholarship - ISCJDM

The Christian-Johns Family Distinguished Merit Scholarship was created by Gregory Johns and his wife Terry Christian. It is a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected based on academic ability and special achievement. The recipient must also demonstrate involvement or participation in a faith-based organization during their youth.


z-Christian-Johns Family Scholarship in Environmental Studies - ISCJES

The Christian-Johns Family Scholarship in Environment Studies was created by Gregory Johns and his wife Terry Christian. It is a merit scholarship and the recipient must have indicated an interest in pursuing a degree offered by the Department of Environmental Studies. The recipient will be chosen based on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement.


Z-Construction-Imaging Systems Scholarship in Computer Science - ISIMGS

The Construction-Imaging Systems Scholarship in Computer Science was created by the founder of Construction-Imaging Systems to assist students accepted into the College of Arts and Sciences Department of Computer Science. The award is $2,000 per year to be awarded to two students, undergraduate or graduate, at $1,000 each.


Z-Cornerstone Executive Scholarship in Business - ISCORN

The Cornerstone Executive Scholarship in Business was created by James Schoonover, a member of Cameron Executive Network who wishes to help future mentees obtain their educational goals. The recipient must be a mentee in the Cameron Executive Network and be in their junior or senior year of study. The recipient may apply for renewal of the scholarship, provided they continue to meet the award criteria.




Z-Curley Capra Hunt Scholarship in Business - ISHUNT

The Curley Capra Hunt Scholarship in Business was established by Emily Curley in honor of her parents Michael and Patricia Curley, Frank Capra, Jr., and Professor James Hunt. Emily’s parents have always been her biggest supporters who worked incredibly hard to put her and her sister through UNCW and have always been there with great advice, encouragement, and the push to inspire her. Frank Capra, Jr., gave Emily her first job in the entertainment industry and taught her much about business and film. Professor Hunt allowed her to sit on the floor in order to take her first entertainment course and has always been there to answer any career and business questions along the way.




Z-Davis Funeral Home Diversity Scholarship in Business - ISDAFU

The Davis Funeral Home Diversity Scholarship in Business was created by Dr. James and Mrs. Sadie Davis Graham in loving memory of Sadie‘s mother, Ms. Bennye Newell Davis. From the local and surrounding school systems, Ms. Davis was known for her soft-spoken nature and positive impact as an educator. This quality carried over into her work with the French I. Davis Funeral Home, the still-thriving company her late husband founded in 1944. The scholarship will be used to assist the university in meeting its commitment to maintaining a campus environment that values a rich diversity in its student body. The university’s current definition of diversity includes, but is not limited to race, sex, age, color, national origin (including ethnicity), creed, religion, disability, sexual orientation, political affiliation, veteran’s status, gender, educational disadvantage, socio-economic circumstances, language, and history of overcoming adversity.




Z-Delta Kappa Gamma Beta Chi Education Scholarship ISDLCP

The Delta Kappa Gamma Beta Chi Education Scholarship is a merit scholarship created by the Beta Chi Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma to assist students majoring in education at the Watson College of Education. The recipient should be a North Carolina resident and a prospective teacher with senior class standing and a GPA of 3.20 or higher, and is selected on demonstrated academic ability. Preference is given to a student from New Hanover County or southeastern North Carolina.  




Z-Delta Sigma Theta Scholarship - ISDEST

The Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Scholarship was established by the Theta Iota chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority for the purpose of increasing minority female enrollment. Students from high schools in Brunswick, New Hanover, and Pender Counties and high schools of the current members in the sorority may apply. The recipient is selected based on the combination of proven academic achievement, community service, and school involvement.




Z-Dennis McMahon Pre Eng - ISMCMA

Merit, full available interest, accepted for admissions, cost of tuition, fees, & books as funding permits, renewable if student maintains 3.0 GPA, demonstrate community/public service and/or volunteerism in support of non-profit org. or programs and must continue in order to renew, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring


Z-Don Huston "Dreams" - ISHUST

Accepted in UNCW, full available interest, member of the DREAMS program while attending HS, full time student, signed letter of recommendation from the Dir. of the DREAMS program in a sealed envelope, no applicant the transfer student accepted, min. GPA 3.0, maintain to renew, demonstrate historical record of community/public service and/or volunteerism in support of non-profit org. or programs, must continue to demonstrate commitment to public/community service or volunteerism during an active scholarship period, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring


Z-Dr John Rice - ISRSOC

Merit, full available interest, accepted in Dept. of Sociology and Criminal Justice, full time, entering senior year with 3.4 overall GPA and 3.7 in Sociology, support up to tuition, fees and books as funding permits, demonstrated community/public service and/or volunteerism in support of non-profit org. or programs and must continue to renew, Dept. of Sociology and Criminal Justice selects, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring


Z-Dr M Crandall Geography - ISCRAN

Merit, full available interest, achieved and maintain 3.0, renewable, full time must demonstrate historical record of community/public service and/or volunteerism in support of non-profit org. or program and must continue in order to renew, Dept. of Geography and Geology selects student




Z-Eliz Huston "Dreams" - ISHUDR

Accepted in UNCW, full available interest, member of the DREAMS program while attending HS, full time student, signed letter of recommendation from the Dir. of the DREAMS program in a sealed envelope, no applicant the transfer student accepted, min. GPA 3.0, maintain to renew, demonstrate historical record of community/public service and/or volunteerism in support of non-profit org. or programs, must continue to demonstrate commitment to public/community service or volunteerism during an active scholarship period, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring


Z-Elizabeth T. Shivar Scholarship - ISSHIV

The Elizabeth T. Shivar Scholarship was established by Mr. Michael B. Shivar in honor of his wife, who is a retired educator. It is awarded to a student enrolled in the Watson College of Education. This is a merit scholarship and the recipient is selected based on demonstrated academic ability. Financial need is considered in the selection process.




Z-Erin Valentine Scholarship in Marine Biology - ISVALN

The Erin Valentine Scholarship in Marine Biology was established by Jennifer Bradley in memory of her friend, Erin Valentine. This is a  scholarship for a Marine Biology major and recipient is selected on basis of demonstrated academic ability.




Z-Forrest R. Lewis Family Scholarship - ISFLEW

The Forrest R. Lewis Family Scholarship was created by Ms. Jan Lewis in memory of her husband, Forrest. This scholarship is awarded to an entering freshman who has indicted an intention to major in art. This is a merit scholarship and awards are based on demonstrated academic ability and artistic talent; the latter requiring the submission of a portfolio of his/her work. The scholarship is renewable for one additional year if established criteria are met.


Z-Gabriella Hieb Foreign Lang - ISHIEB

Merit, full available interest, min. GPA 3.0, renewable, accepted in CAS Dept. of foreign Languages and Literatures, full time student, tuition, fees & books as funding permits, demonstrated historical record of community/public service and/or volunteerism in support of non-profit/community service, must continue to renew, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring




Z-George Diab Scholarship in Communication Studies - ISDIAB

The George Diab Scholarship in Communication Studies was created by the Diab family in honor of George Diab and in recognition of his outstanding career in and contributions to the field of television journalism and broadcasting. The scholarship will be used to assist students pursuing a degree in Communication Studies offered by the College of Arts and Sciences.




Z-Georgia & Gary Miller Undergraduate Research Award - ISMILR

The Georgia & Gary Miller Undergraduate Research Award was created by Chancellor Gary Miller and his wife, Georgia, and will be used to assist students engaged in faculty-mentored undergraduate research at UNCW benefitting the greater Wilmington Community.  The fund is administered by the UNCW Honors College.


Z-H.M. & Pearl S. Kyle Scholarship - ISPERL

The H.M. & Pearl S. Kyle Scholarship is awarded annually to a worthy and deserving student. It is the intent of the donors that the scholarship be awarded to a person who can establish some sense of need and who is from eastern North Carolina or eastern South Carolina. Because the scholarship may be renewed on the strength of academic performance and continued need, a new recipient may not be named every year.




Z-Harold W. Wells & Son International Business Scholarship - ISWELL

The Harold W. Wells and Son International Business Scholarship was created by Harold and Ellen Wells. The recipient must have been accepted into one of the Cameron School of Business International Programs.




Z-Holly Baughman Scholarship - ISBAUG

The Holly Baughman Scholarship was established by Port City Java in memory of Holly Baughman, a valued employee who was deeply affected by the plight of the homeless and vowed to fix it one day. The recipient must have graduated with a high school GPA of at least 2.75. Selection is based on a proven commitment to public service.


Z-Hughes Brothers, Inc. Scholarship in Business - ISHUGH

The Hughes Brothers, Inc. Scholarship was created to assist UNCW in attracting academically strong students who plan to major in business. It is awarded annually to an incoming freshman who plans a business concentration and has graduated from an accredited North Carolina high school. The recipient will be selected by proven academic ability, need, and high potential for leadership.




Z-Hurston and Mora Scholarship in History - ISHRMO

The Hurston and Mora Scholarship in History was created in honor of two scholars who made significant contributions to American society and culture, Zora Neale Hurston and Magdalena Mora. The $1,000 award is to assist a first generation history student, either graduate or undergraduate. 




ZiLoretta Schwartz - ISSCWA

Merit, full available interest, accepted in the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies program, renewable for 2nd year, demonstrate community/public service and/or volunteerism in support of non-profit org. or programs and must continue to renew, Dean of Graduate School selects, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring




Z-Jacqueline and Craig Galbraith Scholarship - ISGALB

The Jacqueline and Craig Galbraith Scholarship in Centro Hispano is to be awarded to a pre-business student intending to major in a business concentration with special consideration given to a student who promotes the ideals of the Hispanic community. The award was created by Jacqueline and Craig Galbraith to support diversity and the award amount is $500.


Z-James J. & Lucy H. Giammaria Scholarship in Business - ISGIAM

The James J. and Lucy H. Giammaria Scholarship in Business was createdby Mary Jo “M.J.” Giammaria in honor of her parents, James J. and Lucy H. Giammaria. Ms. Mary Jo Giammaria serves as a staff member in the Watson College of Education and is a 2010 alumnae of Cameron School of Business. The scholarship will be used to assist non-traditional students, working full-time and interested in pursuing a degree part-time offered by the Cameron School of Business.




Z-James Mulligan Marine Bio - Not active

James Mulligan Marinr Biology Scholarship is Merit based financial aid program, full available interest, accepted in the Master of Science or Doctor of Philosophy program in Marine Biology, renewable for 2nd year, demonstrated community/public service and/or volunteerism in support of Non-profit org. or programs and continue if wishing to renew, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring




Z-Jane McCorkle Elmore Scholarship in Nursing - ISMCCR

The Jane McCorkle Elmore Scholarship in Nursing was created by Jane Lyons McCorkle in memory of her grandmother, who dedicated her life to the nursing profession, and served as an inspiration to Jane due to her commitment to serving others. The scholarship will be used to assist students interested in pursuing a degree offered by the School of Nursing at UNCW.




Z-Janet Marie McGee Scholarship in Business - ISMCGE

Janet Marie McGee Scholarship in Business is based on Merit, financial need secondary, full available interest, plan to fully endow in 2 years, accepted in, accepted at UNCW with interest in puruing degree in CSB in the Department of Economics and Finance, Undergraduate or Graduate, renewable if qualifies, CSB selects, may be split, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring




Z-Jason R. Holcombe Scholarship Human Services - ISHOLC

The Jason R. Holcombe Scholarship in Human Services was created by the Holcombe family in honor of Jason‘s creative and intense spirit in order to inspire and empower students that exemplify Jason‘s commitment to creating. This is a merit scholarship, and preference will be given to transfer or non-traditional students.




Z-Jean Jordan Nursing Scholarship - ISJORD

The Jean Jordan Nursing Scholarship (sponsored by the New Hanover-Pender Medical Society Auxiliary) is awarded to a nursing student who is a resident of New Hanover or Pender County and who demonstrates financial need and scholastic ability.




Z-Jeff Manning Scholarship in Entrepreneurship - ISMANN

The Jeff Manning Scholarship in Entrepreneurship was established by Mr. Manning, a business owner currently residing in New York City, and a member of the Entrepreneurship and Business Development Program’s first graduating class in 2007. This recipient will be selected based on recognition from faculty as having demonstrated an “entrepreneurial spirit” or otherwise shown the willingness and capacity to own their own business. This scholarship is to be awarded to juniors or seniors and the recipient must have a minimum 3.0 GPA; it is renewable provided the recipient continues to meet the award criteria.




Z-Jesse Rice-Evans - ISRCRE

Merit, full available interest, Award funds then hold until fully endowed, 3.0 GPA for renewal, accepted in UNCW with interest in majoring in the Dept. of Creative Writing, full time student, tuition fees, and books as funding permits, student must have historical record of community/public service and/or volunteerism in support of non-profit org. or programs and must continue to renew, Dept. of Creative Writing selects


Z-Joan H Gillings Creative Writing Fe - ISGILL

Merit, 10,000.00 award & may be divided, minimum award 2,500.00, accepted in the MFA in Creative Writing program


Z-Johanna H Rehder Scholarship in Voice - ISREHD

The Johanna Howerton Rehder Scholarship in Voice was established in honor and memory of Johanna Howerton Rehder, a UNCW student who died in her freshman year of study. The recipient must be a full-time student with an emphasis of study in the Department of Music in voice. A minimum 2.50 GPA is required. The scholarship is renewable based on satisfactory performance.


Z-John "Bud" Marren Scholarship - ISBUDM

The John “Bud” Marren Scholarship was established by Lowes Foods’ employees, customers, friends and family in memory of Bud Marren, a “learning disabled” man who taught his family about sacrifice, patience and endurance, and those who worked with him about work ethics, tenacity, and most importantly, kindness. This scholarship is to assist students who wish to become teachers in special education.




Z-John & Belle Shishko Scholarship in Life Sciences - ISSHLS

Financial Need, Once funds are exhausted close fund, Merit secondary but must have 3.0 GPA, intent to cover in-state tuition, fees, books, and supplies, rising Junior and pursuing degree I the Dept. of Biology and Marine Biology, must review philosophical statement (attachment A of Agreement), Dept. of Biology & Marine Biology selects, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring




Z-Jonathon deMeza Nursing Scholarship - ISJDNR

The Jonathon deMeza Nursing Scholarship was funded by a bequest from Gertrude A. deMeza as a memorial and in appreciation for the nursing profession which is dedicated to improving quality of life. This is a merit scholarship providing tuition and fees to a recipient who has been selected for admission into the UNCW School of Nursing.




Z-Jorge Figueroa Endowed Scholarship - ISFIGU

Merit, full available interst, endowed with gift of Life Insurance, accepted in UNCW with intent to pursue a degree in CHHS, undergraduate, automatically renewable for 3 academic years following initial year provided student maintains 3.0 GPA, FA may grant award for extenuating circumstance or hardship, Provost decides, may be split, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring


Z-Kay Robinson Advancement of the HR Profession Fund - ISKROB

The Kay Robinson Advancement of the Human Resource Profession Fund was established by the Lower Cape Fear Human Resource Association in honor of Ms. Robinson to provide education support for students majoring in Human Resource Management.




Z-Kenan Creek Project Fellowship in Marine Biology - ISKCRK

The Kenan Creek Project Fellowship in Marine Biology was created by the Kenan Creek Project, LLC, in support of UNCW’s graduate programs in marine biology rated to the study of tidal creeks. This scholarship will assist students interested in pursuing a degree related to the study of tidal creeks, marine estuaries, coastal ecology, or coastal water quality or conducting mentored research in those areas.




Z-Linda & Charles Nance Fellowship in Creative Writing - ISNACW

The Linda and Charles Nance Fellowship in Creative Writing is a merit scholarship established to assist students pursuing a graduate degree offered by the Department of English.




Z-M.I.K.E. Scholarship - ISMIKE

The M.I.K.E. Scholarship was established by Congressman Mike McIntyre to honor graduating high school seniors who have excelled in character, leadership, academic performance, and citizenship. It is awarded annually to incoming freshmen who have excelled in the four distinct areas represented in the award‘s title: Moral force of character, Inspired leadership, Knowledge and superior academic performance, and Exemplary citizenship.


Z-Madeline David - ISMDAV

Merit, full time undergrad, accepted in Dept. of Theater, 3.00 GPA, renewable


Z-Margaret & Terry Turner Scholarship - ISTURN

The Margaret & Terry Turner Scholarship was created by Mr. and Mrs. Turner to aid UNCW in recruiting and assisting high ability students. It is a merit scholarship available to freshmen that is funded annually. The recipient is selected based on demonstrated academic ability including a minimum GPA of 3.70, with financial need as an additional consideration. The scholarship may be renewable as long as the recipient meets the established criteria.


Z-Marguerite M. Hopkins Memorial Scholarship in Nursing - ISHOPK

Marguerite M. Hopkins Memorial Scholarship in Nursing: Inactive, Merit, senior pursuing a career in community health, preference single parent, SON selects, intent was 500 sch and funding of 500




Z-Marguerite West McCall Scholarship in Education - ISMCCA

The Marguerite West McCall Scholarship in Education was created as a named endowment fund within the Endowment of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.  The scholarship is being created by Dr. Catherine W. McCall, daughter of Marguerite West McCall, and her spouse, Barbara J. Pennington.  The scholarship will be used to assist students pursuing a degree offered by the Watson College of Education.


Z-Marvin K. Moss Scholarship - ISMOSS

The Marvin K. Moss Scholarship was created by Dr. Moss as a need-based scholarship for students majoring in the physical sciences (Physics, Mathematics, or Chemistry). The recipient will be selected based on demonstrated financial need as the first consideration, and demonstrated academic performance as the second criteria. The scholarship is renewable if the recipient maintains a 3.0 GPA in their major field of study.


Z-Mary Jo and Bill Oakley Fellowship in Chemistry

The Mary Jo and Bill Oakley Fellowship in Chemistry was created by Mr. and Mrs. Oakley for a graduate student and chemistry major. It is merit-based and the recipient is selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement.




Z-Mary Jo and Bill Oakley Scholarship in Chemistry - ISWRIG

The Mary Jo and Bill Oakley Scholarship in Chemistry is awarded to a chemistry major. The scholarship is considered merit and the recipient is selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. 




Z-Mary Katherine Miller Scholarship Transfer Student - ISMILL

Merit, intent of donor is 500.00 annually, transfer student from a community college and a member of Phi Theta Kappa, the International Honor Society of the Two Year College, GPA 3.5, Office of Transfer Admissions selects


Z-Maryellen Wheeler - ISWHEE

Merit, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring, declared major in history, GPA 3.00, renewable until requirements for history degree are fulfilled or student has achieved 124 hours,




Z-Matthew D. Glova Scholarship in Business - ISGLOV

The Matthew D. Glova Scholarship in Business was created by Mr. Glova, a certified financial planner and proud alumnus of the Cameron School of Business at UNCW. The scholarship is a merit-based award that will be used to assist students interested in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business.




Z-Mgmt Mkt Sch Fund - ISMGMT

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Z-MSA Class of 2004 Endow

Merit, full available interest, accepted & enrolled in CSB MSA Program, financial need secondary, selected by undergraduate overall GPA and GMAT scores, if student receives another sch. Or Fellowship through UNCW then student is ineligible, undergraduate majors not a factor, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring




Z-National City Mortgage/Vets of Foreign Wars Post 9408 Leland - ISNCMV

The National City Mortgage/Vets of Foreign Wars Post 9408 Leland is available to a freshman, undergraduate or graduate student who is a member of Post 9408 or its auxiliary. Recipients who maintain a GPA of at least 2.50 may reapply.


Z-Nielsen Family - ISNEIL

Merit, full available interest, min. 3.0 GPA and maintain for renewal, full time student, demonstrate community/public service and/or volunteerism in support of non-profit org. or programs and continue to renew, Dept. of Psychology selects, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring


Z-North Carolina Sorosis Woman’s Club Education Scholarship - ISSORO

The North Carolina Sorosis Woman’s Club Education Scholarship is a merit scholarship. The recipient must be a Watson College of Education student who is in good academic standing, shows promise as a teacher, hopes to continue into a career of teaching, and should be of sophomore standing or higher. Preference is given to students from New Hanover, Brunswick, Pender, Duplin, Onslow, Columbus, or Bladen Counties.




Z-Owen & Myrna Wexler Scholarship in Art - ISWEXL

The Owen & Myrna Wexler Scholarship in Art was created by Owen & Myrna Wexler to help support the work of students in the Department of Art and Art History at UNCW. This is a merit scholarship; the recipient must have an overall 3.00 GPA, and is selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. The recipient must be an in-state student who has been accepted for admission into the university and who has indicated an interest in pursuing a degree from the Department of Art and Art History.


Z-Peggy Roggenstein Fellowship in Psychology - ISROGG

Merit, financial need secondary, target award 1,000.00, graduate student majoring in a graduate program in the Dept. of Psychology, renewable provided student meets criteria, Dept. of Psychology decides, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring


Z-Richard B. Jones Excellence Scholarship - ISJEXC

The Richard B. Jones Excellence Scholarship was created in honor of Richard B. Jones by his family and is available to an incoming freshman with a high school GPA of at least 3.10. Preference is given to students who are current employees of Liberty Health Care Management or who have participated in a JROTC program.


Z-Shirley Gilbert Farr Scholarship in Communication Studies - ISFARR

The Shirley Gilbert Farr Scholarship is awarded to a full-time undergraduate student with a declared major in communication studies who is a single parent. The scholarship may be renewable based on satisfactory performance. 




Z-Sophia David - ISDAVD

Merit, full available interest, 3.0 GPA for renewal, accepted in UNCW with interest in majoring in the Dept. of Film Studies, full time student, tuition fees, and books as funding permits, student must have historical record of community/public service, and/or volunteerism in support of public or community service or volunteerism during active scholarship period, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring


Z-Stephanie David - ISPOLS

Merit, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring, Accepted in Dept. of Political Science, full time undergrad or grad. Student, 3.00 GPA & must maintain for renewal, for tuition, fees, and books, historical record of community/public service in support of non-profit org. Needed continued volunteerism in order to renew scholarship. Dept. of Political Science selects candidate


Z-Teal Spirit Distinguished Merit Scholarship - ISTLSP

The Teal Spirit Distinguished Merit Scholarship was created by Barbara and Joe Cowan to assist the university in attracting high ability students. This is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient is selected based on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. The scholarship is automatically renewable for a period of four consecutive academic years provided the recipient continues to remain a full-time student with a 3.0 cumulative grade point average.


Z-The Beam Family Scholarship - ISBEAM

Merit, full available interest, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring, available to incoming freshman, High School GPA 3.67 or better, renewable up to 4 years if recipient maintains 3.0 GPA at UNCW, Office of Admissions selects student,


Z-The Denise Battles & Michael Mills Support Fund for Undergraduate Research - ISDBMM

The Denise Battles & Michael Mills Support Fund for Undergraduate Research was created by Denise A. Battles, former Provost at UNCW, and her husband, Michael T. Mills. The fund is intended to provide support for undergraduate research at UNCW.


Z-The Gene and Kathryn Clontz Education Scholarship - ISCTLZ

The Gene and Kathryn Clontz Education Scholarship was created by Alex Hall and Maria Clontz Hall to be used in assisting students majoring in education in the Watson College of Education. This scholarship is a merit scholarship and is awarded at $500 annually.




Z-The Institute for Innovation Sch - ISINNO

The Institute for Innovation Scholarship was created by Dr. Howard S. Rasheed and is available to a student in the Cameron School of Business. It is a merit scholarship and supports the university‘s commitment to diversity.




Z-The Pay it Forward Scholarship - ISPAYF

The Pay it Forward Scholarship was created by Caroline and Dale Withers in recognition of the costly burden of an education and to help others further their education. This scholarship will assist incoming freshman with the demonstrated academic ability necessary for admission to UNCW who also have demonstrated financial need that might be a hindrance to obtaining a college education.


Z-The William "Bill" Stanfield Scholarship in Business - ISWWBS

The William “Bill” Stanfield Scholarship in Business was established by Jessica Stanfield and Christi Pack in memory of Jessica’s father-in-law. Mr. Stanfield willingly shared his business acumen and entrepreneurial spirit with Mrs. Stanfield and Mrs. Pack as they created and grew their business. This merit scholarship is intended to assist a student majoring in the Entrepreneurship and Business Development Program and is renewable provided the recipient continues to meet the award criteria.


Z-UNCW Chapter - Tau Sigma National Honor Society Scholarship - ISTSNH

The UNCW Chapter - Tau Sigma National Honor Society Scholarship is a merit scholarship created by the Tau Sigma Chapter membership to assist transfer students pursuing a baccalaureate degree offered by UNCW.


Z-UNCW Distinguished Merit Scholarship - ISDIST

Merit, full available interest, undergraduate, renewable for 3 additional years, full time with 3.0 GPA, Office of Scholarship and Financial Aid may grant exception and allow scholarship to renew, Provost decides, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring


Z-Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9408 Leland Scholarship - ISVFWL

The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9408 Leland Scholarship is available to a freshman, undergraduate, or graduate student who is a member or dependent of a member of Post 9408 or its auxiliary. Recipients who maintain a GPA of at least 2.50 may reapply.


Z-Vickie Parker Scholarship in Recreation Therapy - ISVPAR

The Vickie Parker Scholarship in Recreation Therapy was created and funded by alumni and friends of Ralph H. Parker, former director of the UNCW Office of Minority Affairs; to recognize his long-time service to UNCW. The scholarship is intended for any currently enrolled full-time UNCW student, is based on academic achievement and financial need. The recipient must have demonstrated the qualities of campus leadership as exemplified by Mr. Parker during his service to UNCW. Please contact the director of the Office of Institutional Diversity for further information. Complete the Web-based application to be considered.




Z-Wentworth Berg Scholarship in Graduate Liberal Studies

The Wentworth Berg Scholarship in Graduate Liberal Studies was created by Barbara and Joe Cowan to honor Dr. Mike Wentworth, first director of the Graduate Liberal Studies Program, and Dr. Herb Berg, the second director. It is a merit scholarship intended to assist students who are enrolled in the Graduate Liberal Studies program at UNCW.




Z-Will. Murphy Transf Stud - ISMURP

Transferring from NC Community College accepted at UNCW full time to cover tuition, fees, & books. Maintained 3.00 GPA and continue to maintain to renew sch. Demonstrate historical record of community service with continued community service to renew. Selected by Admissions. 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring


Z-Wm & Jacqueline Warwick Family End - ISWJWA

Need based, freshman living in Brunswick, NH, or Pender County, renewable for 1 year, FA and VSO selects, endowed property, no value until property is sold




Z-Wm Burr Environmental - ISBURR

Merit, accepted in College of Arts & Sciences min. of 12 hours, 1/2 Fall & 1/2 Spring, have & maintain 3.00 GPA for renewal, for tuition, fees, & books, dept. of Environment Studies will select applicant, student must possess historic community service record with continual support of nonprofit volunteerism, $2,200.00 is awarded each year until fully funded