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Murray State University Scholarship with links to
Murray Training School/College High/University School

For more information
http://www.murraystate.edu/scholarships/

General Scholarships

LILL       
Lillian Lowry Memorial Scholarship – taught from 1928 to 1968

  • Junior student transferring to Murray State from an accredited community college
  • MHEN      
    Melvin Brent Henley Murray Training School Scholarship – graduated 1954

  • Incoming Freshman
  • Descendents of former Training School, College High, and University School students and faculty members
  • ROSE      
    Jack and Janice Rose Honorary Scholarship – Jack taught from ? to ?

  • Graduates of Calloway County High School (KY)
  • Incoming Freshman
  • 3.0 GPA
  • Recipients may reapply
  • TRAIN           
    Murray Training School/College High/University School Scholarship

  • Incoming Freshman
  • Descendents of former Training School, College High, and University School KY
  • Statement documenting eligibility; i.e. transcript
  • 2.5 GPA
  • Letter of recommendation from principal or guidance counselor
  • College of Business and Public Affairs

    ALB               
    J. Albert & Alma Lee Tracy Memorial Scholarship – Alma taught from ? to ?, Children attended

  • Junior/Senior
  • Major – Speech, Active Member of Debate Team
  • 2.5 GPA
  • Apply directly to Speech Department
  • Financial need considered
  • GANT            
    Wilson and Virginia Gantt Scholarship – Wilson - Student Teacher, Teacher and Director – Virginia – Student, Sons graduated in 1962,1967

  • Upperclassman
  • Engineering, History, Mathematics, Organizational Communications, Computer Science, & TSM
  • HGLEN         
    H. Glenn Doran Scholarship – graduated 1943

  • Freshman
  • Preference to residents of Calloway, Livingston, Lyon, Graves, Marshall Counties (KY) or Henry Co. (TN)
  • Preference to Business Majors
  • THOMP         
    James “Jim” Thompson – graduated 1959

  • Economics major
  • 3.0 GPA
  • Recipients may reapply
  • College of Education

    RSMIT           
    Rubie E. Smith Scholarship – taught from 1939 to 1945

  • 60 credit hours completed
  • 3.25 GPA
  • Eligible for admission to teacher training
  • Pursuing teacher certification
  • College of Humanities and Fine Arts

    GANT            
    Wilson and Virginia Gantt Scholarship – Wilson - Student Teacher, Teacher and Director – Virginia – Student, Sons graduated in 1962,1967

  • Upperclassman
  • Engineering, History, Mathematics, Organizational Communications, Computer Science, & TSM
  • College of Science, Engineering and Technology

    DGHUG        
    Donald Glenn Hughes Memorial Scholarship – graduated 1964

  • Major-Pre-Med
  • Financial need considered
  • Preference to Sigma Chi and KY residents
  • 2.5 GPA
  • FAIR              
    Alice Sue Fairless Scholarship – taught from ? to ?
    Upperclassman

  • Area – Interior Design
  • 2.8 GPA
  • GANT            
    Wilson and Virginia Gantt Scholarship – Wilson - Student Teacher, Teacher and Director – Virginia – Student, Sons graduated in 1962,1967

  • Upperclassman
  • Engineering, History, Mathematics, Organizational Communications, Computer Science, & TSM
  • HEND            
    Edward and Audrey Hendon Honorary Scholarship – Son graduated in 1961

  • All students
  • Major-Chemistry, Engineering, Physics, Biology, Medical Technology, Nursing, Geoscience
  • 3.0 GPA
  • May reapply
  • HENL            
    Melvin and Rita Henley Scholarship – Melvin graduated 1954

  • Junior or Senior
  • Major – Chemistry
  • 3.0 GPA
  • U.S. Citizen
  • TAYL            
    Bill Taylor Physics Scholarship – taught from 1959 to 1965

  • Sophomore, junior, or senior
  • Major – Department of Physics and Engineering
  • WOLF            
    Dr. Alfred M. Wolfson Memorial Scholarship – Daughter graduated in 1945

  • Upperclassman
  • Major-Biology, preference for ecology or botany
  • 3.0 GPA
  • School of Agriculture

    VINS             
    Mancil J. Vinson Honorary Scholarship – graduated 1942

  • Entering Freshman
  • Graduate of a Kentucky High School
  • Planning to obtain Bachelor’s degree in agriculture
  • Letter of recommendation by guidance counselor, principal or vocational Agriculture instructor
     
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