John and Eleanor Courts Memorial Scholarship:
The John and Eleanor Courts Memorial Scholarship awards money toward tuition for an English Adolescence Education major with a GPA of 3.0 or above who has demonstrated a serious commitment to teaching English.
Albert A. Dunn Memorial Scholarship and Book Grant:
The Albert A. Dunn Memorial Scholarship awards money toward tuition to a full-time student majoring in English, or with a dual major in English and another program, who is passionate about literature, has a special love of reading, a possible interest in teaching, and demonstrates skill in communication. The Albert A. Dunn Memorial Book Grant awards $500 toward the purchase of primary texts in fiction, poetry, and drama.
Crescence Ehmke Graham Scholarship:
The Crescence Ehmke Graham Scholarship is awarded to a Fredonia student majoring in English Adolescence Education.
The Mac Nelson Scholarship:
The Mac Nelson Scholarship is awarded to full-time Fredonia student who displays a keen interest in studying poetry, drama, or vocal music.
Dr. John Robert (Bob) Quatroche Scholarship:
The Dr. John Robert (Bob) Quatroche Scholarship supports ambitious English majors who demonstrate leadership abilities and who are full-time students in good academic standing at Fredonia. Consideration is given to students interested in career opportunities that include a facet of teaching, public relations, fundraising, or higher education, all of which reflect Dr. Quatroche's educational background and career.
Dr. Robert & Joanne L. Schweik Scholarship:
The Dr. Robert and Joanne L. Schweik Scholarship awards money toward tuition to a full-time or part-time student major from the Fredonia English Department identified by department faculty as a solid scholar with plans for graduate study.
The Howard Herkimer & Hildegard Maytum Strong Scholarship:
The Howard Herkimer & Hildegard Maytum Strong Scholarship is awarded to a junior or senior majoring in English Adolescence Education at Fredonia.
Henry F. Salerno Scholarship:
Awarded to a senior going on to graduate school who has done superior work.