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Upperclass Scholarships

Stockton Foundation

List of Upperclass Scholarships and Book Awards

By applying for one of these scholarships, a student is automatically considered for all awards listed for which he or she meets the established criteria.

Scholarships A-L - Scholarships M-Z

Achieve Physical Therapy and Fitness Scholarship
The Achieve Physical Therapy and Fitness Scholarship is an annual award established by Richard Maung '01 '09 to benefit a qualified applicant enrolled in the Doctoral Physical Therapy Program.

Chad Adams '95 Memorial Scholarship Award   
The Chad Adams ’95 Memorial Scholarship is an endowment established by the family, Richard Stockton College colleagues, and friends in memory of Raymond C. ‘Chad’ Adams, a College employee and alumnus who passed away suddenly on Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012.   Chad was a 1995 graduate of the School of Health Sciences where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Health.  Chad joined the Development and Alumni team in 2010.  In his role as the Associate Director of Annual Giving Programs he worked with countless alumni, faculty, staff and friends of the College to raise much-needed funds to support Stockton’s students, faculty and growing programs.   Recipients are expected have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 to qualify for this scholarship.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Book Award
The Alpha Kappa Alpha Book Award is an annual award provided by the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.  Recipients are required to have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Elizabeth Alton Endowed Memorial Scholarship
The Elizabeth Alton Endowed Memorial Scholarship is an endowment established by members of the Stockton University Foundation Board to honor the memory of Elizabeth Barstow Alton, a Trustee and founder of the University through her tireless efforts to convince the New Jersey State Board of Higher Education to build an institution of higher learning in Atlantic County. The award benefits both undergraduate and graduate students of Stockton University.

Andrea Rosenthal Altman Memorial Fund
The Andrea Rosenthal Altman Memorial Fund is an endowment established by Terry Grossman and Kathy Speer Grossman in memory of Andrea.  The award is available to students participating in Holocaust and Genocide Studies related study tours and research projects, e.g. to or in Israel, authorized by the College.

Elizabeth Alton Memorial Scholarship
The Elizabeth Alton Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of Elizabeth Barstow Alton, a revered founder of the College, in recognition of her tireless efforts to convince the New Jersey State Board of Higher Education to build a new college in Atlantic County.  She was an original member of the Stockton State College Board of Trustees, and one of the first persons to begin recording the College's history.  Recipients are expected to be full-time undergraduate or full/part-time graduate students in good academic standing, and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

American Association of University Women (AAUW), Atlantic County New Jersey Branch 
The American Association of University Women (AAUW), Atlantic County New Jersey Branch whose mission is to advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education and research, has endowed a fund that provides awards to qualified applicants preferably from Atlantic or Cape May County, at the close of their junior year, chosen by the properly designated authorities of the College on the basis of their ability, character, leadership and need.

American Legion Post 430 Scholarship
The American Legion Post 430 Scholarship is an annual award for the benefit of student Veterans who were honorably discharged (disabled or active duty), that reside in Galloway Township, NJ and lived in Galloway Township, NJ at the time of service.  If there are no applicants from veterans residing in Galloway Township, NJ, recipients may be chosen from veterans from Atlantic County, NJ.  Must have lived in Atlantic County, NJ at time of service.  If there are no applicants meeting the above criteria, then recipients can be selected from veterans residing in the state of New Jersey. Must have lived in the state of New Jersey at the time of service.  When determining recipients the selection committee can give extra weight to applicants who demonstrate exceptional service and or achievement such as, but not limited to, Service Awards (Purple Heart, Bronze Star, etc.), Eagle Scout, Girls or Boys Stater and/or Community Service.  Applicants are expected to have a minimum GPA of 3.0, be enrolled full-time as an undergraduate or graduate students, and demonstrate the need for financial assistance as per FAFSA (or equivalent measure).

American Studies Book Award
The American Studies Book Award is an annual award established by the faculty of the American Studies program restricted to a graduate student in the Master of Arts in American Studies program who is full or part time and in good academic standing.

American Studies Master of Arts Study Abroad Award
The American Studies Master of Arts Study Abroad Award is an annual award established by Dr. Robert S. Gregg, former Dean of the School of Arts and Humanities and currently Dean of the School of General Studies.  The opportunity is awarded through an application process established by a faculty committee lead by the Director of the American Studies Master of Arts program.  Recipients will be approved by the Dean of the School of Arts and Humanities.

Antique Collectors Club Scholarship
The Antique Collectors Club Scholarship is an annual award established by the Club to support students majoring in Art History and History with a preference for students interested in Holocaust and Genocide Studies.

Carole Ashe Memorial Scholarship
The Carole Ashe Memorial Scholarship is an annual opportunity established by Matthew (’08) and Janine Ashe (’08, MSOT‘10) in memory of Matthew’s mother, who fought a brave battle with cancer until October 2011.  Carole devoted her life to helping others, both at work as a nurse at Riverview Medical Center for almost three decades, and at home raising her two children.   Carole loved Stockton College and the college community for all of the opportunities provided to her son Matthew and future daughter-in-law Janine during their time there. The award is available to full-time students with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Nancy Ashton Memorial Scholarship
The Nancy Ashton Scholarship is an endowment established by members of the faculty and staff of Stockton College in her memory.  Nancy Ashton died on January 9, 2013 at the age of 62.  She was a vital part of the Women’s Studies program since her arrival at Stockton in 1977, introduced the community action project for Perspectives on Women, creator of at least three Women’s Studies courses in the School of General Studies, was an early proponent of transforming the curriculum to integrate gender, race, and class, and won two humanities grants from the State of New Jersey to support faculty development workshops on these themes.  The award benefits undergraduate students with a major or minor in Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies.  Recipients must be enrolled full-time and be in good academic standing to qualify for this award.

Atlantic City Electric Scholarship
An endowment established by Atlantic City Electric Company, a corporation of the State of New Jersey, for the benefit of one or more sophomore, junior or senior-level student(s) in good academic standing, who demonstrate(s) financial need, and whose hometown is located within the service area of Atlantic City Electric, which area will be determined at the time the award is made. Awarding preference should be given to students with a demonstrated interest in studying environmental issues of concern domestically or globally, public policy or energy discovery, production and/or use.  

Atlantic New School Scholarship
The Atlantic New School Scholarship is an endowment established by the Trustees of the former Atlantic New School for the benefit of students from Atlantic County.  Due to declining enrollment, the Atlantic New School corporation was dissolved in 1993.  The scholarship fund provides an award to a qualified applicant enrolled in his/her sophomore, junior or senior year and residing in Atlantic County. 

Milda Clucas Balch Scholarship
The Milda Clucas Balch Scholarship is an endowment established by Milda Cluicas Balch.  The award is available to a student entering junior year, selected every other year by the COMMITTEE to receive a two-year award.  The selected recipient must be a gerontology, nursing, public health, speech pathology and audiology, physical therapy or social work major.  Further, the recipient must be a New Jersey resident, with preference given to Atlantic County residents.  Additionally, students with a stated financial need will also be given preference.

Justin Bals Memorial Scholarship
The Justin Bals Memorial Scholarship is an annual award provided by the Bals family and friends in memory of Justin '09, to benefit a student who demonstrates high financial need and who is completing Level II Fieldwork of the Master of Science in Occupational Therapy Program.

Tara Jean Barker'06, D.P.T. '08 Memorial Scholarship
The Tara Jean Barker '06, D.P.T.'08 Memorial Scholarship is an endowment established by the Barker family and friends in memory of Tara, former captain of the softball team and an honored athlete in the Stockton Athletic Hall of Fame.   The award  is designated for graduate students within the Doctoral Physical Therapy Program at Stockton College with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Julia Ben & Wesley Harris Book Scholarship
The Julia Ben & Wesley Harris Book Scholarship is an annual award provided by Michael Jacobson, Esq., a Trustee of Stockton College, to benefit a full-time student in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Joseph Berkman and Michael and Sara Chipkin Holocaust/Genocide Studies
The Joseph Berkman and Michael and Sara Chipkin Holocaust/Genocide Studies Scholarship is an endowment established by Donald and Nan Berkman in honor of Donald's parents.  Awards are available to students enrolled in the Masters Program in Holocaust and Genocide Studies.  Preference shall be given to applicants who are currently teaching professionals or who plan to teach.

Antoinette Bigel Anthropological Studies Endowed Scholarship
The Antoinette Bigel Anthropological Studies Scholarship is an endowment established by the estate of Antoinette C. Bigel to support the education of students majoring in Sociology/Anthropology.  Two sophomore year students will be selected each year by the Scholarship Selection Committee to receive a two-year award.  The selected recipients must be Sociology/Anthropology majors who are concentrating their studies in the field of Anthropology.

Joanne D. Birdwhistell Scholarship
The Joanne D. Birdwhistell Scholarship is an annual award established by alumnus William L. Driscoll, Class of 2000, for the benefit of full-time undergraduate students in the Philosophy and Religion program.

John Bockelmann Memorial Scholarship
The John Bockelmann Memorial Scholarship is an endowment established by Dr. Marion and Joseph Hussong to honor the memory of Marion's father, John Bockelman, to benefit students majoring in Literature with a demonstrated interest in Holocaust and Genocide Studies, and a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5.

Brigantine Fund (MCFA)
The Brigantine Fund is an annual award established by an anonymous donor to benefit a student with demonstrated significant financial need as determined by the College’s Financial Aid Office. The award can be applied to tuition, room/board, fees, textbooks, course material, and may even include a student's nutritional needs.  If possible, preference will be given to students who demonstrate a strong drive to complete their education.

Shawn L. Bronson Criminal Justice Book Award
The Shawn L. Bronson Criminal Justice Book Award is an endowment established by Johnny and Goldie Bronson to honor the memory of their son.   Recipients must be full-time matriculated students majoring in Criminal Justice with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Barbara Boor-Brown ’77 Memorial Scholarship
The Barbara Boor-Brown ’77 Memorial Scholarship is an annual opportunity established by Dr. Cheryle Eisele, Professor Emerita (Ret., Stockton College), Nursing and Women’s Studies, and Dr. Linda Janelli, (Ret., Nazareth College, Rochester, NY), Adjunct Professor of Nursing at Stockton College, to honor the memory of their classmate, Barbara Boor-Brown’77. An award of $1,000 per year is available for the benefit of College students pursuing a degree in Nursing at Stockton College.  Barbara (Bobbe) Boor Brown started her nursing career after graduating from the School of Nursing at Atlantic City Hospital in 1953. She spent 42 years in nursing in a variety of settings. Bobbe earned her BSN as a member of the first RN to BSN nursing class at Stockton State College along with Dr. Cheryle Eisele and Dr. Linda Janelli.

School of Business General Scholarship
The School of Business General Scholarship (BUS) is an annual award established by alumni and friends of Stockton College for the benefit of undergraduate or graduate students in School of Business with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Joshua Jess Cabot Dance Scholarship
The Joshua Jess Cabot Dance Scholarship is an endowment established by the colleagues, friends and students of Stockton College to honor the memory of Joshua Jess Cabot for his commitment to the dance program at Stockton College and to the education of HIV/AIDS.  The award benefits a full-time student majoring in Studies in the Arts with a concentration in Dance.  The recipient is selected by a panel of Dance program faculty and the Director of the Dance program.  (panel shall select a male Freshman or Junior student for the scholarship.)

Caesars Entertainment Endowed Scholarship
The Caesars Entertainment Scholarship is an endowment established by the (former) Harrah's Foundation for full-time undergraduate and graduate College students who are employees of the Caesars Entertainment organization or immediate family members of employees of Caesars Entertainment to recognize their academic achievement.  Recipients are expected to be in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Dr. Herbert and Barbara Cahan Book Award
The Dr. Herbert and Barbara Cahan Book Award is an endowment established by the family and friends of the Cahans.  An award is available to an undergraduate student in good academic standing with a demonstrated interest in Holocaust and Genocide Studies and or Jewish Studies.

Cape May Stage/Michael Laird Memorial Scholarship 
The Cape May Stage/Michael Laird Memorial Scholarship is an annual award provided by the Cape May Stage Equity Theatre to honor the memory of Michael Laird, an alumnus of Stockton College and founder of the Cape May Stage Equity Theatre, to benefit a full-time matriculated Theatre (Performing) Arts major with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Leona Carr Memorial Scholarship
The Leona Carr Memorial Scholarship is an annual opportunity established by Stockton Professor of Political Science Dr. David and Mrs. Beverly Carr in memory of his mother.  The award is available to assist a full-time undergraduate student in serious financial need with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Champions of Youth Fund
The Champions of Youth Fund is an annual award established by the concerned community partners and friends of Stockton College to provide financial aid to the Champions of Youth mentoring program that works with high school students to address and prevent high school dropout rates, with a preference for students of the Atlantic City High School.

Chemistry Society Book Award
The Chemistry Society Book Award is an annual award to a Stockton College student, including transfer students, with demonstrated financial need, a declared major of Chemistry or Biochemistry, and with a preference for members of the College’s Richard Stockton Chemistry Society.  Recipients are expected to have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and be enrolled full-time to qualify for this award.

Frances N. Christian Memorial Scholarship
The Frances N. Christian Memorial Scholarship is an annual award provided by Dr. Jo Frances Stow to honor the memory of her mother, for the benefit of undergraduate and graduate health science students with a preference for nursing students.  Recipients must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and be enrolled full-time to qualify for this award.

Council of Black Faculty and Staff Scholarship
The Council of Black Faculty and Staff Scholarship is an endowment that was established by the faculty and staff of Stockton College to benefit students who display financial need, academic achievement, a commitment to community service, and are from historically underrepresented populations.  Candidates must be in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Jamie Crescenzo Memorial Scholarship
The Jamie Crescenzo Memorial Scholarship is an annual award established by Jim and Margaret Crescenzo on behalf of the Remembering Jamie Foundation, to honor the memory of their daughter.  Jamie was killed in an automobile accident in February 2000.  She was due to graduate from Atlantic Cape Community College in the spring and planned to continue studies in Criminal Justice at Stockton College.  The award benefits an undergraduate student in the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences pursuing a degree in Criminal Justice with a preference for a student exhibiting financial need.  Recipients are expected to be enrolled full time, in good academic standing and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Adele and Joseph Dancyger Memorial Scholarship
The Adele and Joseph Dancyger Memorial Scholarship is an endowment established by the estate of Adele Dancyger to provide scholarships for undergraduate students with a demonstrated interest in Holocaust and Genocide Studies and a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Delta Kappa Chapter of Tau Delta Phi Fraternity, Inc. Book Award
The Delta Kappa Chapter of Tau Delta Phi Fraternity, Inc. Book Award is an annual award available to a full-time student that has completed a minimum of 16 credit hours with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.25 and can verify community service conducted within one year prior to application.

Jonathan B. DeMario Memorial Scholarship Endowment
The Jonathan B. DeMario Memorial Scholarship is an endowment established by John and G. Helen DeMario, along with family and friends, to honor the memory of their son.  Jonathan attended Stockton College to complete courses in Chemistry and Physics through the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.  Jonathan completed a Bioenvironmental Engineering degree at Rutgers.  The award benefits full-time undergraduate and graduate students pursuing a degree in science, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Dolce Hotels and Resorts Hospitality Scholarship
The Dolce Hotels and Resorts Hospitality Scholarship is an endowment established by the Dolce Hotels organization for the benefit of students at the College pursuing studies in hospitality and tourism management, business administration, accounting, and other related business fields.

Kathy Dutton Book Award
The Kathy Dutton Book Award is an annual award provided by Stockton employee Carole LoBue to honor the memory of Kathleen (Kathy) Dutton '99, who was her colleague and a Stockton alumna, for the benefit of a non-traditional student.  Recipients are expected to be in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Educational Opportunity Fund Supplemental Award
The Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Supplemental Award is a special need award opportunity established by the faculty and staff of Stockton College to  provide additional monies primarily for EOF students who experience an immediate financial need due to costs related to their education.  As a part of the EOF mission, the Supplemental Award will serve as a financial resource for those whom the financial burden of attending college might be a barrier.  Monies will be transferred into the students financial aid account for disbursement.  Specific parameters regarding eligibility for these monies, the number of times a students may access them and a limit concerning the amount will be left to the discretion of the EOF Professional Staff.

Hanna and Wolf Ehrlich Sholarship Fund
The Hanna and Wolf Ehrlich Scholarship Fund is an annual opportunity established by Hanna Ehrlich in memory of her husband, Wolf available through the  Sara and Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center.  Both were survivors of the genocide known as the Holocaust (Shoah).  The award is available to a full-time undergraduate student with a demonstrated interest in Holocaust and Genocide Studies and a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Environmental Association of Ocean City Environmental Studies Scholarship
The Environmental Association of Ocean City Environmental Studies Scholarship is an endowment established by the organization to perpetuate the legacy of their good works.  Founded in 1977 and granted non-profit status in 1978, the Environmental Association of Ocean City had as its mission the protection of wetlands, in and around Ocean City.  In 1982, the Association became the leading force behind restoring the historic 59th Street Fishing Pier.  The pier was a landmark structure built in 1913 as a private concern.  When it closed in 1982, the Association sought to save it from an uncertain fate and restore it as a public recreation site.  After twenty-five years of public service, the Association disbanded and left its residual assets to fund scholarships for the benefit of full-time matriculated students majoring in Environmental Science, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.  The selected recipient shall have a proven commitment to community service.

Vera King Farris Scholarship
The Vera King Farris Scholarship is an endowment established by the Richard Stockton College Foundation to honor Dr. Farris' 20 years of service as President of Richard Stockton College. This award is available to a qualified applicant in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Mary Woolston Filipczak Book Award
The Mary Woolston Filipczak Book Award is an annual scholarship established by Elizabeth Woolston Kelly to honor the memory of her sister and Stockton alumna, Mary '95.  The opportunity provides two annual awards of $500.00 each to Stockton College students majoring in the Social Work program.  Recipients are expected to be in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

The Dr. Robert L. Fine Research Award
The Dr. Robert L. Fine Research Award is an annual award established by alumnus Robert L. Fine, M.D .'75 for the benefit of students in the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics for the purpose of supporting undergraduate research projects of distinction with a preference for biological-medical research that may one day help future patients with cancer or somewhat related fields.  To be considered eligible, applicants must have successfully completed 60 credits prior to funds being awarded and have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0.

Joan Fineran Nursing Scholarship
The Joan Fineran Nursing Scholarship is an annual award established by Harry Hurley and Margie Hurley for the benefit of Stockton University students majoring in Nursing.

Follett College Bookstore Presidential Scholarship
The Follett College Bookstore Presidential Scholarships are provided annually by the Follett College Higher Education Group, Inc. for the benefit of students in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Shelia Freedman Textbook Award
The Shelia Freedman Textbook Award is an annual opportunity established by Paul Freedman '93 in memory of his mother for the benefit of a student involved with the Peer Mentorship Program.

Bernard I. Friedenberg Award-Jewish War Veterans Scholarship 
The Bernard I. Friedenberg Award-Jewish War Veterans is an annual award provided by the Jewish War Veterans Post 39 located in Margate, New Jersey.  The opportunity is available to full-time undergraduate students in good academic standing with a demonstrated interest in Holocaust and Genocide Studies and or Jewish Studies.

Friends of Encore Learning of Stockton Scholarship 
The Friends of Encore Learning of Stockton Scholarship is an endowment established by the group for the benefit of full-time junior and senior students in the School of Education in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.  The Friends of Encore Learning at Stockton (FELS) is a study organization of members whose mission is to continue their education while raising financial resources to support education at Stockton College.

Friends of Hellenic Studies
The Friends of Hellenic Studies scholarship is distributed through an endowment established by gifts from the American Federation of Greek Language and Culture for the benefit of students with a demonstrated interest in the study of Hellenism.

Friends of the Performing Arts Center Scholarship
The Friends of the Performing Arts Center Scholarship are annual awards provided by the members of the Board of the Friends of the Performing Arts Center (PAC) at Stockton College for the benefit of students in the performing arts program.  Recipients are expected to be in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

General Accounting Scholarship
The General Accounting Scholarship award is provided annually by Mr. Anthony Palmerio ’88 for the benefit of students majoring in Accounting with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

George Greenman Memorial Endowed Scholarship
The George Greenman Memorial Book Award and Scholarship are provided through an endowment established by gifts from family and friends in memory of Mr. Greenman.  An award is available to a full-time student with a proven interest in Holocaust and Genocide studies.

Gholam Hussein Ghorashi Book Award
The Gholam Hussein Ghorashi Book Award was established by family and friends in memory of Mr. Ghorashi.  His son, Stockton College Professor of Economics Gholam R. Ghorashi, continues to fund the annual award for the benefit of full-time students majoring in Economics with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5.

Gibb Foundation Scholarship
The Gibb Foundation Scholarship is an endowment established by the Gibb Foundation for the benefit of students in financial need.

Al Gold Memorial Purchase Award
The Al Gold Memorial Purchase Award is an annual opportunity established by Atlantic City historian, Vicki Gold Levi, together with Stockton College Distinguished Professor of Art, Wendel White, in memory of Al Gold, Atlantic City's first official photographer.  The opportunity is awarded to two worthy graduating Stockton undergraduates of the Fine Arts program for their photography.

Dennis Gomes Memorial Hospitality Scholarship
The Dennis Gomes Memorial Hospitality Scholarship is an endowment established to honor his memory by his wife, Barbara, family and friends of Mr. Gomes.  Dennis Gomes was a co-owner of the Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City and a former mob-busting prosecutor in Las Vegas whose exploits were chronicled in the movie, "Casino".  The opportunity provides an award to a junior or senior enrolled in the Hospitality & Tourism Management Studies program with a preference for current or past employment in the hospitality industry, and demonstrated financial need with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Graduate Student Council Book Award
The Graduate Student Council Book Award is a series of book awards established by the Graduate Student Council.  The five (5) book awards will be distributed to students based on the following criteria:
1. Full-time graduate student demonstrating financial need based on FAFSA, who has completed at least one semester of coursework
2. Full-time graduate student demonstrating merit based on GPA of at least 3.5, who has completed at least one semester of coursework
3. Full-time graduate student demonstrating campus involvement in student organizations and/or community service, who has completed at least one semester of coursework
4. Part-time graduate student demonstrating financial need based on FAFSA, who has completed at least one semester of coursework
5. Part-time graduate student demonstrating merit based on GPA of at least 3.5, who has completed at least one semester of coursework.

Greater Atlantic City Charities Distinguished Student Scholarship
The Greater Atlantic City Charities Distinguished Student Scholarship is an endowment that was established by the the WakeFern Food Corporation from the proceeds of the ShopRite LPGA Classic Golf Tournament for the benefit of a full-time sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student in good standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Gross Family Environmental Scholarship Fund
The Gross Family Environmental Scholarship is an endowment that was established by Mrs. L. Gayle Gross and Dr.  Howard Gross to benefit a qualified “native” rising junior or senior Stockton Student as an intern, under the direction of a Stockton faculty member, to undertake summer research in a variety of environmental areas. (Native refers to a Stockton student who has been at the college since their freshman year.) The funds will be awarded to a summer intern with preference to those in environmental areas such as (but not limited to):
a. Red Knot migration and habitat studies.
b. Marine biology of endangered species and environmental impacts.
c. Conservation and Reforestation of endangered floral species.  
To qualify a student must be in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Stacy Moore Hagan Memorial Scholarship
The Stacy Moore Hagan Memorial Scholarship is an endowment established by Roland Hagan '90, together with family and friends, to honor the memory of his wife, Stacy '92, to support an undergraduate in the marine science research scholarship program, designed in tandem with the Dean of the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics and the faculty of Marine Sciences.  The scholarship(s) will cover tuition credits, dormitory costs and a meal stipend at the Rutgers University's Marine Field Station.

Hammonton Scholarship
The Hammonton Scholarship is an endowment established by the residents, business people, alumni and friends of the community of Hammonton, New Jersey to provide financial aid to Stockton College students from Hammonton who attended either Hammonton High or St. Joseph High with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Harry V. Weber Memorial Scholarship
The Harry V. Weber Memorial Scholarship is an annual award established through the estate of Harry V. Weber, Jr. '82 for the benefit of Stockton College students.  The award is available to a full-time student with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Dr. Juanita High Distinguished Student Book Award
Dr. Juanita High Distinguished Student Book Award is an annual opportunity established by Dr. Juanita High, a former member of the Stockton College Foundation Board, to benefit a full-time student in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Historical Studies Scholarship
The Historical Studies Scholarship is an annual award established by Stockton College Professor of History Robert H. Nichols, for the benefit of a student majoring in Historical Studies who demonstrates financial aid as per FAFSA, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Holocaust Resource Center Study Tour & Research Fund
The Holocaust Resource Center Study Tour & Research Fund is an annual award established by Stockton employee Mary Hughes for the benefit of Stockton College students participating in programming of the Sara and Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center with a preference for Holocaust and Genocide Studies program-related research projects as authorized by the College.

Pearl Hookerman and Joseph Gerald Thompson Memorial Scholarship
The Pearl Hookerman and Joseph Gerald Thompson Memorial Scholarship is an endowment that was established by the Atlantic Community Theater Group to recognize Ms. Hookerman's and Mr. Thompson's dedication and commitment to the performing arts in Atlantic County.  The opportunity is available to a full-time matriculated junior or senior year student with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, concentrating his/her studies in the Performing Arts.  Preference will be given to students in Theater or Theater Arts.

Hughes Family Fund Award
The Hughes Family Fund is an endowment that was established by Sean M. ('91) and Valerie D. ('92) Hughes to honor Stockton College's commitment to the individual student and the Hughes' excellent College experience.  The opportunity benefits students in the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics with a preference for students majoring in Physics and minoring in Jewish Studies, and a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.  Recipients are chosen by a faculty committee.

Dorothy and Raymond Hurter Scholarship
The Dorothy and Raymond Hurter Scholarship is an endowment that was established by Raymond Hurter for the benefit of full-time matriculated students in one of the Performing Arts with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Joseph and Mildred Hussong Scholarship
The Joseph and Mildred Hussong Scholarship is an endowment created by Dr. Marion Hussong, Professor of Literature and Holocaust/Genocide Studies at Stockton College, and her husband, Joseph Hussong, to honor Joseph’s parents. The award is available to qualified full-time undergraduate students in the Visual Arts Program, concentrating in Art History. If no candidate is available, the award may be given to a qualified, full-time undergraduate student in the Philosophy and Religion program.


Anne and Howard Jacobson Book Award
The Anne and Howard Jacobson Book Award is an annual opportunity provided by Michael Jacobson, Esq, a Trustee of Stockton College, for the benefit of a student in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

G. Larry James Legacy Scholarship Fund
The G. Larry James Legacy Scholarship is an endowment that was established by the faculty, staff, and friends of Stockton College and the community to honor the memory of G. Larry James, a 1968 Olympic gold and silver medalist, and former USA Track and Field athlete.  In addition, G. Larry James was a highly active community member, known for his outstanding service and dedication to Stockton College.  The opportunity is available to a full-time sophomore, junior or senior with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Frederick L. Jones Memorial Book Award
Frederick L. Jones Memorial Book Award is an annual opportunity established by Mr. Frederick Jones, Jr. for the benefit of a student in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Dr. Janice Joseph Tuition Award
The Dr. Janice Joseph Tuition Award is an annual opportunity provided by Dr. Joseph, Stockton Professor of Criminal Justice, for the benefit of a full-time undergraduate student from an underrepresented, underserved and economically disadvantaged population, pursuing a degree within the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences with a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA and demonstrated financial need as determined by the College’s Office of Admissions and Financial Aid.

Norman and Pearl Kaye Bequest Award
The Norman and Pearl Kay Bequest is an endowment established through the estate of Norman N. Kaye to support the education of students with a demonstrated interest in Holocaust and Genocide Studies.

John Kean, Sr. Book Award
The John Kean, Sr. Book Award is a annual opportunity established by the Elizabethtown Gas Company in his honor to provide an award to a full-time student with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Paxson & Michelle Keates Scholarship
The Paxson & Michelle Keates Scholarship is an annual award provided by Paxson and Michelle Keates to benefit a full-time student with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Mary Kennedy EOF Award Scholarship
The Mary Kennedy EOF Award Scholarship is an annual opportunity established by Pamela Kennedy Cross '82 and Gregory J. Cross '90 for the benefit of Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) students.  The scholarship is named for Mary Kennedy, late mother of donor Pamela Kennedy Cross.  The award is available to eligible students who have been admitted to Stockton through the summer EOF program as freshmen.

The Lynne Kesselman ’82/M.A.’05 and Harvey Kesselman ’79 Scholarship
The Lynne Kesselman ’82/M.A.’05 and Harvey Kesselman ’79 Scholarship is an annual award established by the community of Stockton University faculty, staff and friends to honor Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Kesselman for their long-term commitment to the advancement of education at Stockton University and throughout the state of New Jersey.  The award benefits full-time undergraduate students.

The Lynne Kesselman ’82/M.A.’05 and Harvey Kesselman ’79 Endowed Scholarship Fund
The Lynne Kesselman ’82/M.A.’05 and Harvey Kesselman ’79 Endowed Scholarship Fund is an endowment established by Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Kesselman to benefit both undergraduate and graduate students of Stockton University.

Ida E. King Memorial Scholarship
The Ida E. King Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of the mother of Dr. Vera King Farris as an annual award available to a full-time student with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Dorothy Klein Scholarship for Social Work
The Dorothy Klein Scholarship for Social Work is an endowment established by Charles Klein in memory of his mother.  The opportunity is awarded to a full-time student interested in Social Work with preference given to applicants who are currently teaching professionals or who plan to teach with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Albert and Lenore Kramer Scholarship
The Albert and Lenore Kramer Scholarship is an endowment that was established by the estate of Mrs. Lenore Kramer to benefit full-time students with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

David P. Kung Scholarship for Asian Studies
The David P. Kung Scholarship for Asian Studies is an annual award provided by alumnus David P. Kung '73 for the benefit of a full-time student from typically underrepresented populations, enrolled in classes related to Asian studies at the College.  Recipients are expected to have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Koopman-van de Kar Award for Graduate Student
The Koopman-van de Kar Award is an endowment established by Jack Harry Koopman to perpetuate the memories of Isaac Koopman, Saartje Springer, Hartog van de Kar, and Heintje Polak who perished in the genocide known as the Holocaust (Shoah).  The opportunity is available to graduate students in good academic standing with a proven interest in Holocaust and Genocide Studies.

Koopman-van de Kar Award for Undergraduate Students
The Koopman-van de Kar Award is an endowment established by Jack Harry Koopman to perpetuate the memories of Isaac Koopman, Saartje Springer, Hartog van de Kar, and Heintje Polak who perished in the genocide known as the Holocaust (Shoah).  The opportunity is available to undergraduate students in good academic standing with a proven interest in Holocaust and Genocide Studies.

Rabbi Aaron Krauss Jewish Studies Award
The Rabbi Aaron Krauss Jewish Studies Award is an annual award established through the Sara and Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center to benefit a student with a demonstrated interest in Jewish Studies or Holocaust and Genocide Studies.

Ingie Lafleur Award
The Ingie Lafleur Award is an endowment established by Stockton College faculty member Penelope Dugan, together with colleagues and friends, to honor the memory of Ingie Lafleur. The opportunity is available to a full-time student with a concentration in European History, Women’s Studies or African American Studies and a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Language Scholarship Fund
The Language (LANG) Scholarship Fund is an annual award established by the faculty and staff of the School of Arts and Humanities for students with a preference for Language and Cultural studies majors/minors to provide award opportunities for organized study tours, student exchange programs, and research projects through study abroad programs to help improve their cultural and linguistic proficiency skills.

Frances R. Large Scholarship
The Frances R. Large Scholarship is an endowment established by Mr. & Mrs. Harry and Bea Ross acting as co-executors of the Estate of Frances R. Large to recognize her dedicated service to education in the Pleasantville, NJ area during her lifetime.  The award is available to full-time, matriculated students majoring in Education, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Henry Y. Lee ’14 Memorial Scholarship
The Henry Y. Lee ’14 Memorial Scholarship is an endowment established by Jonathan Z. Lee and Dr. Heng Jiang in memory of their son, Henry Y. Lee ’14, for the benefit of students pursuing a career in the field of Clinical Psychology or School Psychology.   It is the family’s wish to have the scholarship awarded to students who have a desire to raise awareness about depression, help to increase campus suicide prevention, provide peer-to-peer support, have a dedication to this research and a commitment to the field of study for depression.

Sarah West Leeds Scholarship
The Sarah West Leeds Scholarship is an endowment established by the Sarah West Leeds Foundation following the dissolution of the Atlantic City Florence Crittenton Mission which provided care and support for pregnant, unwed mothers.  Recipients must be full-time students majoring in nursing, public health, speech pathology, audiology, gerontology, physical therapy or social work with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

William Gilmore-Lehne Memorial Scholarship
The William Gilmore-Lehne Memorial Scholarship is an annual award established by the Stockton Faculty Assembly and the Stockton Federation of Teachers to honor the memory and professional education career of Dr. Gilmore-Lehne, a founding member of the Historical Studies program.  The award is available to a full-time student with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Diane M. Leitner Memorial Book Award
The Diane M. Leitner Memorial Book Award is an endowment established by Dr. Lewis Leitner, Dean of the School of Graduate and Continuing Studies, in memory of his wife.  An annual award (NOW AN AMOUNT OF $250) is available to a student pursuing a degree in Graduate Studies work majoring who demonstrates financial need with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Magda Shenberg Leuchter Intern Scholarship
The Magda Shenberg Leuchter Intern Scholarship is an endowment established by Magda Shenberg Leuchter to provide eligible prospective interns the essential financial resources to pursue internship opportunities from which they might otherwise be preempted due to financial hardship.  The opportunity is available to full-time matriculated student with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 who is an accepted participant in a College-approved internship program.

Claire M. Levine Scholarship 
The Claire M. Levine Scholarship is an endowment established by Mrs. Levine, an alumna of the Class of 1978, School of Business.  Recipients are expected to be full-time undergraduate or full/part-time graduate students in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Melvin J. Levine Memorial Scholarship
The Melvin J. Levine Memorial Scholarship is an endowment established by Claire M. Levine '78 in memory of her husband.  Mr. Levine, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, attended the University of Pennsylvania where he completed the V-12 Navy College Training Program in 1946 as an ensign, with a baccalaureate degree in both engineering and the Wharton school.  He enjoyed business and financial dealings and the ability they provided to afford and support his interests and philanthropies.  The award is available to full-time students with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Lillian and Sam Levy Memorial Scholarship
The Lillian and Sam Levy Memorial Scholarship is an endowment established by the estate of Lillian Levy to honor the memories of Lillian and Sam Levy.  The award is available to full-time undergraduate students majoring in an Art discipline with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Carole LoBue and Ayla LoBue Kaminski Book Award
The Carole LoBue and Ayla LoBue Kaminski Book Award is an annual award provided by Ms. LoBue, a member of the Stockton College professional staff, and Ms. Kaminski '06 to benefit a student in good academic standing, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

Paul Lyons Memorial Scholarship Fund for the Holocaust and Genocide Studies Program
The Paul Lyons Memorial Scholarship Fund for the Holocaust and Genocide Studies Program is an annual award established by Mary Hardwick in memory of her husband, Paul, who was a faculty member of the School of Arts and Humanities and a founding member of the Faculty Band.  The award is available to a student with a demonstrated interest in the Holocaust and Genocide Studies Program.