COLLEGE-WIDE SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS
Awarded to juniors and seniors in the College of Health Sciences and Professions who have demonstrated academic excellence and financial need.
Area Six Health Services Scholarship
Award for junior, senior and graduate students majoring in health pro-fessions who are graduates of high schools within the 18 Ohio counties for-merly served by the Area Six Health Systems Agency.
College of Health Sciences and Professions Alumni Scholarship
As a result of alumni contributions beginning in 1986-1987, the College has established an endowed alumni scholarship fund. Awarded to students who have demonstrated academic achievement and who have the ability to excel in their chosen field of study.
Drs. Michael & Carol C. Harter Endowed Scholarship for Minorities in the College of Health Sciences and Professions
Established by Drs. Michael, former dean of the College of Health and Human Services, and Carol Harter, former Vice President for Administration to Ohio University. Awarded to minority students enrolled in the College of Health Sciences and Professions and based upon demonstrated academic achievement with financial need considered.
Mary-Lyell Rogers Memorial Scholarship
This award is presented to graduate students in the CHSP disciplines that were part of the former School of Home Economics (dietetics, nutrition, and child and family studies).
Jeph and Zoe Martin Scholarship
Established in 2004 through the generosity of Joseph (class of 1970) and Zoe Martin, this scholarship is awarded to students who are Ohio University Hockey players and is based upon recommendations by and in consultation with the hockey coach, the hockey program advisor, and the director of intramural and club sports.
John McComb Scholarship
Established by family and friends of coach and professor John A.
McComb (1930-2002) in 2003, this scholarship is available to students who are Ohio University hockey players, trainers, team managers, or sports writers. Awarded to a student who typifies coach McComb’s attributes, such as dedication to Ohio University ice hockey, positive attitude toward all he/she pursues, willingness to help people involved with the Ohio ice hockey program, and conduct as a role model for students both on and off the ice.
Presented to: Jonathan Pietramala
Moffitt Endowed Scholarship
No information available.
Hilda Richards Scholarship
Through the generosity of the first dean of the former College of Health and Human Services, Hilda Richards, this scholarship is provided to an Afri-can American student enrolled in the College of Health and Human Services and is based upon demonstrated academic achievement and financial need. Dr. Richards served as dean from 1979 until 1986.