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Shepherd University Faculty Scholarship Fund
The Scholarship Fund was established for the purpose of awarding scholarships to full-time Shepherd
University students or incoming first year students who are the sons or daughters, biological, adopted, or
step-children, or spousal dependents of full-time and adjunct faculty. The scholarships will be used
exclusively by the student recipients for University expenses in pursuit of Shepherd University degrees.
- The Faculty Senate Scholarships and Awards Committee will be responsible for raising monies for
the Fund and for selecting the recipients of the Scholarships. Scholarship and Awards Committee
membership, as specified in Senate Bylaws, is as follows:
From the membership above, a Scholarship Coordinator will be selected by the Faculty Senate
Scholarship and Awards Committee. Committee members are elected for two-year terms. Should
any position be vacated, a replacement will be duly elected. No one will be eligible to serve in the
scholarship selection process who has a family member eligible to receive a scholarship. In
addition a member of the Financial Aid Office staff maybe sought out for technical advice.
- the Committee Chair, elected from the Faculty Senate;
- two faculty members elected from each of the University schools who are not members of
- The monies for the Fund will be deposited with the Shepherd University Foundation for
investment. A minimum of $500 will be awarded yearly for each scholarship.
- Criteria for Application and Selection
All full-time Shepherd University students or incoming freshmen who are the sons or daughters,
biological, adopted, or step-children, or spousal dependents of full-time and adjunct faculty may apply
for the scholarship, which may be used for books, fees, tuition, or other expenses directly related to
expenses incurred attending Shepherd University. Applicants must meet admission requirements as
stated in the current University catalog. Selection of recipients will be based upon
- need assessment;
- cumulative high school or Shepherd GPA of 2.5 or better;
- two significant letters of recommendation
- letter from applicant stating why he/she is applying for scholarship
- application process completion by the March 1 deadline.
- The Scholarships and Awards Committee will publish scholarship procedures and deadlines by
February 1 of each academic year.
- Applicants must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or a renewal
application at www.fafsa.ed.gov specified by March 1.
- Application forms will be submitted to the Coordinator for the Faculty Scholarship by the March
- Forms must include permission for the Committee to obtain need data from the Financial Aid
Office and test and grade reports from the Admissions Office and the Registrar's Office.
- The Committee will need documentation from the applicant confirming the relationship between
the student and the Shepherd University faculty member.
- The Committee will process applications and determine awards by May 1. The Financial Aid
Office will notify the students of their awards.
- Scholarships must be reapplied for each year.
For information or to receive the brochure application form, contact the Financial Aid Office or Dr. Kurtis Adams at ext. 5126 or firstname.lastname@example.org or download the file HERE.
Contribute to the Faculty Scholarship by contacting
Julia Krall at ext. 5526 or email@example.com; ask
for a payroll deduction form or download the form HERE.