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Named Scholarships

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.

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