Harry Wakefield Adams Scholarship
Endowed by this United Methodist minister and alumnus of the Class of 1947 and his wife, Grace Claire Adams. Awarded annually to one or more students who demonstrate financial need and promise for success at Drew, with preference for students with potential for leadership in a field of public service. Renewable.

Joan Albanese and Louis Eccleston Scholarship for Experiential Learning
Endowed in the year 2000 by these College graduates to support scholarships for students engaged in experiential learning or research, program costs for such initiatives, costs incurred by students for internships and other learning opportunities, and faculty development of new and progressive experiential learning opportunities or courses.

Nancy Lou Albert-Meskill Scholarship for CUE Women
Established in 2000 by Judith E. Meskill C’2000 in memory of her mother. Awarded annually to one or more continuing, full- or part-time women students who are matriculating in the Continuing University Education program and who have dependent children.

Beverly Balch Allinsmith Scholarship
Endowed by a bequest from Hazel Balch in memory of her daughter, and awarded to students in the Women’s Studies program.

Kristine Aurbakken Scholarship
Endowed in 2006 by Else M. Adjali, John L. Aurbakken, Madani A. Adjali, and friends of long-time Drew professor Kristine Aurbakken, in memory of her inspired teaching. Awarded to students majoring or minoring in French with interest or specialization in North African literature, preferably Algerian, or other African literature in French, and demonstrating financial need.

Anthony Ayoub Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1997 by Dr. Alfred (C’48) and Mrs. Elaine (C’49) Ayoub in memory of Dr. Ayoub’s father. Awarded annually on the basis of need to a deserving first-year student in the College of Liberal Arts who has demonstrated the ability to succeed at Drew and in his or her future profession.

Elaine Ornstein Ayoub Memorial Scholarship
Endowed in 2005 by Dr. Alfred Ayoub C’48, P’75, in memory of his wife, Elaine Ornstein Ayoub C’49, P’75. Awarded to students in the College of Liberal Arts on the basis of both need and merit, with preference for students with a particular interest in English literature. Renewable.

Daffin Backstrom Scholarship
Established by D. Max Francis to honor his Drew Athletic Hall of Fame coach. Awarded annually to one or more students with financial need who demonstrate promise for achievement, with preference for students from Somerset County, N.J., who major in history. Renewable.

Albert V. Baez Scholarship
Established in 2007 by bequest of Albert V. Baez C’33. Awarded to a science student from Latin America.

Baker Family Scholarship
Endowed in 2000 by Frances B. Baker P’69, William O. Baker P’69, H’83 and Joseph B. Baker C’69. Awarded annually to one or more juniors or seniors. Renewable for students who maintain good academic progress.

Julia and Stanley Baker Scholarship in Biology
Endowed in 1991 by E. G. Stanley Baker, professor emeritus of zoology. Awarded to a student majoring in biology and, preferably, planning to pursue a career in that field.

Everett Balch Memorial Scholarship
Endowed by Hazel Balch in memory of her husband, Everett Balch, for the promotion of goodwill and understanding. Awarded to an international student with promise of leadership who plans to return to his or her native country.

Dorothy R. Baldwin Scholarship
Endowed by Donald R. Baldwin in honor of his sister. Recommended by the dean of student life and awarded annually, in full or in part, to a woman or women of high academic record and Christian character who show promise of leadership.

Sol J. Barer Scholarship
Established in 2007 by the Celgene Corporation through the Independent College Fund of New Jersey. Awarded to students majoring in the life sciences.

Mabel Thurber Barrett Scholarship
Endowed in 1949 by Mrs. Donald R. Baldwin in memory of her mother. Recommended by the dean of student life. Awarded to a woman of high academic record and Christian character.

Judith Ahlstrom Barrowclough Scholarship
Established in 2000 by William R. Schumann, Class of 1964, and Gerie Snell Schumann, Class of 1963, in memory of their classmate and dear friend Judith Ahlstrom Barrowclough, Class of 1963. Awarded annually to one or more students of sound academic achievement, who have an interest in public and/or social service, demonstrate initiative and determination, and have financial need. Renewable.

Cathrine C. Baxter Scholarship
Endowed in the year 2000 by this lifelong United Methodist churchwoman from Summitville, N.Y. Awarded as a two-year scholarship to one or more United Methodist students contemplating parish ministry–with standing as either a junior in the College or a second-year M.Div. student in the Theological School–with a preference for young men and for students from New York State.

Edward J. Bazarian, Esq. Class of 1944 Family Scholarship
Endowed in 2007 by Margaret Bazarian and family in honor of her husband and their father, a member of the Class of 1944, by his family. Awarded annually to one or more students, preferably majoring in economics and/or political science, who demonstrate outstanding promise and are not receiving any other form of financial assistance.

Becton Dickinson and Company Scholarship
Awarded through the Independent College Fund of New Jersey to a high-achieving science major.

Bernard L. Belsky Memorial Scholarship
Endowed in 1987 by family members and friends of Bernard Belsky C’51 and awarded annually to a promising student with need.

Antoinette C. Bentley Scholarship
Endowed in 1998 through a gift from the estate of Antoinette C. Bentley, university trustee, accomplished attorney, and community leader. Awarded initially to first-year women students on the basis of need with preference for women of the highest achievement.

David and Pauline Bodle Scholarship
Endowed in 1988 by the estate of Pauline Bodle. Awarded annually to entering first-year students with scholastic ability who will study the natural sciences.

John D. Bosworth Scholarship
Endowed in 1975 by Mr. and Mrs. Emerson H. Bosworth, relatives, and friends in memory of John D. Bosworth C’71. Awarded annually to an economics major.

James Marshall Boyd Scholarship
Endowed in 1971 by family, friends, and colleagues, in memory of James Marshall Boyd Jr., a much-loved Drew chaplain and professor in the philosophy and religion departments from 1953 to 1971. Awarded to a student with need, preferably the son or daughter of a minister.

Emmeline Brancato Scholarship
Endowed in 2006 by Shelley C. Kappauf P’06, in memory of her daughter. Awarded to a deserving student in the College of Liberal Arts, with a preference to students who are majoring in anthropology or environmental studies. Renewable

Brinster Family Scholarship
Established in 2007 by John F. Brinster C’43. Awarded to students majoring in the sciences, with a preference for students interested in neuroscience, in the College of Liberal Arts.

Helen Charlotte Brown Scholarship
Endowed in 2001 by Jonathan W. Reader, professor of sociology, in honor of his mother. Awarded annually to one or more deserving students majoring or minoring in women’s studies who have demonstrated promise for continued achievement. Renewable.

James B. Burke Scholarship
Endowed in 1986 by family members and friends to honor James B. Burke, longtime Drew trustee. Awarded annually to students of high merit who are majoring in the humanities.

H. W. William and Kathleen W. Caming Scholarship
Established in 2007 by H. W. William Coming in memory of Kathleen W. Coming. Awarded to students who demonstrate academic excellence, financial need, good character, and integrity. Renewable.

The Cegedim Dendrite Scholarship
Endowed in 2003. Awarded without regard for need to one or more students who demonstrate potential for achievement and an exceptional interest in information technology. Renewable annually if student maintains good academic standing.

Vivian Chapman Memorial Scholarship
Established in 2006 by Bruce C. Woolley C’67 in memory of his mother. Awarded to a deserving student in the College of Liberal Arts. Class of 1949 Memorial Scholarship. Endowed by members of the class of 1949 at its 40th reunion, in memory of deceased classmates. Awarded to a student of merit, with preference for a student with financial need.

Elizabeth Cox Leach Class of 1954 Scholarship
Endowed in 2004 by Benton R. Leach and members of the College Class of 1954, in memory of Elizabeth Cox Leach C’54. Awarded to students of the liberal arts, with a preference for women students. Renewable.

Class of 1949 Memorial Scholarship

Endowed by members of the class of 1949 at its 40th reunion, in memory of deceased classmates.  Awarded to a student of merit, with preference for a student with financial need.

Class of 1956 Scholarship
Established by the Class of 1956 in honor of their 50th reunion year and endowed in 2003 with gifts from members of the class. Awarded annually to disadvantaged inner-city students, with preference for applicants from the greater New York-New Jersey area, who have a strong academic record and demonstrated financial need.

Class of 1958 Scholarship

Established in 2007 by the College Class of 1958, and endowed in 2008.  Awarded to students in good academic standing who demonstrate financial need.  Renewable.

Class of 1962 Scholarship
Established in 2002 by the College Class of 1962, in honor of their 40th Reunion, and endowed in 2004. Awarded to students who have demonstrated academic achievement and financial need, with preference for students beyond their first year in the College of Liberal Arts. Renewable.

Class of 1970 Scholarship
Awarded annually to a CLA student with financial need and proven scholastic ability.

Class of 1971 Scholarship
Established in 2000 by the College Class of 1971 and endowed in 2004. Awarded to entering first-year students on the basis of demonstrated academic merit and financial need.

Class of 1981 Scholarship
Established in 2001 by the College Class of 1981, in honor of their 20th Reunion, and endowed in 2004. Awarded to students demonstrating academic promise and financial need, with a preference for entering students with a commitment to community or public service. Renewable.

Coccia Foundation Scholarship
Established in 2006 by the Coccia Foundation. Awarded for study in Italy to a student of Italian who is a member of CIAO, the student Italian organization.

Arthur Preston Colbourn Scholarship
Endowed in 2008 by a bequest from Arthur Preston Colbourn C’33. Awarded to a deserving student in the College of Liberal Arts. Renewable.

Bernard Compagnone Memorial Scholarship in Mathematics
Endowed in 1981 by his family and friends in memory of Bernard Compagnone C’80. Awarded to a mathematics major, preferably with financial need, who has consistently done superior work in mathematics and demonstrated great ability in pure mathematics.

Continuing Education Scholarship
Endowed in 2000 by trustee Jayne Becker, Class of 1988. Awarded annually to one or more full- or part-time students in the Continuing University Education program, with preference for students with financial need. Renewable if recipients remain in good academic standing.

John T. and Dorothy B. Cunningham Scholarship
Endowed by John T. Cunningham, Class of 1938, noted writer, historian and author of University in the Forest. Awarded annually to one or more students who demonstrate accomplishment in or promise for achievement in written or oral communication, with a preference for students with financial need. Renewable.

Harriet Gilbert Davis Scholarship
Endowed in 1990 by her daughter, Catherine Davis Bridwell C’67, and Mrs. Davis’s family to be awarded to a woman with need, majoring in religion.

Martyvonne Dehoney Scholarship
Established in 1999 with an outright gift and a bequest from the estate of Professor Dehoney. Awarded annually to a third-year or fourth-year student majoring in art, selected by the department because of his or her interest in the creative, historical, and critical aspects of the visual arts.

Christian and Teresa M. Dingler Foundation Scholarship
Awarded annually since 1991 by the Christian and Teresa M. Dingler Foundation to a student from Newark or Essex County with financial need. Renewable

Dogwood Scholarship
Established in 2004 by Michael J. Jarman C’80 in gratitude for the support he received as a student. Awarded to students with exceptional need, with preference for those who participate in the work/study program.

Feng Kin-Pei Scholarship
Established in 2002 by Darwin R. Chang and the late Yen M. Chang, to honor their friend, Feng Kin-Pei, counselor to the Chinese Delegation to the United Nations during the 1940s and 1950s. To be awarded annually to a needy College of Liberal Arts student of Chinese descent majoring in politics or international relations. Renewable.

Betty and Jack Fenstermacher Family Scholarship
Endowed in 2004 by Barry W. Fenstermacher, Class of 1969, to gratefully acknowledge the dedication of his parents to the education of their children. Awarded annually to one or more students who demonstrate financial need and academic promise.

Cleon H. and Elsie Fisher Scholarship
Endowed by the estate of Elsie Fisher in 1989 to promote leadership and to assist young people who are making a visible effort to help themselves.

Richard C. and Patricia Fowler Scholarship
Endowed by Richard C. and Patricia H. Fowler in 1993. Awarded to international students intending to pursue a degree program of study in the College of Liberal Arts at Drew University. Specifically, students should be citizens of England, France, Germany or Sweden.

Richard W. Goralsky Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1997 by Trudy Goralsky Bauer C’62 in memory of her late husband. Awarded annually to one or more first-year students with financial need who demonstrate outstanding promise.

Grohowski Family Scholarship
Endowed in 2007 by Leo Grohowski C’80, Drew Trustee, and his wife, Nancy. Awarded to academically talented and economically disadvantaged students majoring in economics who have a record of accomplishment in extracurricular activities. Renewable.

William C. Gunsel Scholarship
Endowed in 1996 by the estate of Josephine Gunsel in honor of her husband, a member of the Class of 1936. Awarded annually to a needy first-year student.

Norman M. Guy-Joseph E. Pooley Scholarship
Endowed by Ralph Porzio C’38 in memory of the College’s first professor of economics and of his friend, the headmaster of a local private school. Awarded to promising students majoring in economics.

Lois Schultes Harding, M.D., Scholarship
Endowed in 1996 by John R. Harding (C’77) to honor his wife (C’77) upon completion of her medical studies. To be awarded to an undergraduate planning to pursue a medical degree through Drew University’s pre-medical studies program.

Harmony Scholarship for International Students/Study at Drew University
Established in 2003 by David P. Rein, College Class of 1956. Awarded annually to international students studying at Drew or to Drew students participating in the Drew University International Seminar Program who have demonstrated financial
need and academic promise. Renewable.

Cynthia Baldwin Haselton Scholarship
Endowed in 1999 by Eleanor Haselton Barrett to honor her mother. Awarded to well-rounded students of good academic standing and character.

Philip H. Haselton Scholarship
Endowed in 1949 by Mrs. Haselton in memory of her husband. Recommended by the dean of student life. Awarded annually to a man of good academic standing and character.

Glenn and Carol Head Scholarship
Established in 2001 by Glenn and Carol Head, Class of 1974, to strengthen Drew’s future. Awarded annually to deserving students, with a preference for Madison area students, who demonstrate financial need.

Ruth Herslow Scholarship
Endowed by James Herslow C’36 and awarded to a deserving student in the College of Liberal Arts.

Charles A. Hogan Scholarship
Endowed in 2005 by Francis W. Nevis, Patrick G. Nevis G’74, Lindsay O. Nevis, and Ryan O. Nevis, to honor the memory of former Drew Professor Charles A. Hogan. Awarded to students with a major or minor in political science or philosophy or to those with any of the interdisciplinary minors related to the study of international relations, with preference for students participating in off-campus
semester programs. Renewable.

Gilbert Holmberg Scholarship for Pre-Medical Students
Endowed in 2007 by the Estate of Gilbert I. Holmberg, a member of the World War II Navy V-12 program at Drew. Awarded to pre-medical students.

William G. Hosking Scholarship
Endowed in 2003 by Dennis M. O’Connor, Class of 1989, other alumni, and friends of “Billy” Hosking of the College’s athletic department. Awarded annually to one or more students who demonstrate financial need and who show high promise for contributing to extracurricular life.

Kirk A. Igler Scholarship in the Arts
Endowed in 2004 by family, classmates, and friends in memory of Kirk A. Igler C’66. Awarded to promising students of the fine or performing arts, of sophomore or higher standing, with financial need. Renewable.

Johnson & Johnson Pre-Professional Health Care Scholarship

Established in 2009 by Johnson & Johnson through the Independent College Fund of New Jersey.  Awarded to students preparing for health care careers in medicine, dentistry or allied health professions.

Donald G. Jones Scholarship
Endowed in 2004 by alumni and friends, led by Bruce R. Grob C’73 G’84, to honor the influence of Donald G. Jones upon his students and upon the study of ethics over his long career at Drew University. Awarded to students in the College of Liberal Arts who have a record of accomplishment in extracurricular activities, with a preference for economically or educationally disadvantaged students who are members of minority groups. Renewable.

Harold N. and Margaret F. Jones Memorial Scholarship
Endowed in 1989 by the estate of Harold N. Jones. Awarded to a deserving student in need of financial assistance.

KAP Foundation Student Retention Scholarship
Established in 2005 by the KAP Foundation. Awarded annually to an undergraduate student who, because of unforeseen and extraordinary financial hardship, would otherwise be unable to continue matriculating in the College.

Thomas H. Kean Minority Scholarship
Endowed by the Amelior Foundation and colleagues and friends in honor of Thomas H. Kean upon his arrival at Drew in 1990 as president of the university. Awarded to academically
strong ethnic minority students.

Elizabeth Nielsen Kelly Scholarship
Endowed in 2001 by Philip H. Kelly to honor his wife, a 1959 graduate of Drew Theological School. Awarded annually to one or more educationally disadvantaged or non-traditional students who demonstrate financial need. Renewable.

George D. Kelsey Scholarship
Endowed in 1990 by Elizabeth T’59 and Philip Kelly to honor Dr. Kelsey, professor emeritus of Christian ethics. To be awarded to educationally disadvantaged students or non-traditional students with financial need.

Elizabeth P. Korn Scholarship
Endowed in 1991 by family, friends, and alumni in honor of Drew’s first professor of art, Elizabeth P. Korn. Awarded to a first-year student or sophomore studio art major who shows exceptional promise in the field.

J. Laurence Kulp Scholarship in Chemistry
Established in 1997 by the Kulp family in appreciation of the teaching and inspiration of Louis Cleveland Jordy, Drew’s first professor of chemistry. Awarded annually on the basis of need to a deserving first-year student who has demonstrated a strong record in mathematics and the sciences and who plans to major in chemistry.

Lehrer McGovern Bovis Group Scholarship
Endowed in 1986 by the Lehrer McGovern Bovis Group of Companies. Awarded annually to one or more undergraduate student(s) in need of financial assistance.

Steve Lemanski Scholarship
Established in 2007 by Steve A. Lemanski C’89. Awarded to students demonstrating excellence in applied mathematics or economics, with preference given to students intending to pursue a career related to the field of actuarial science who demonstrate financial need. Renewable.

Katie Lynch Memorial Scholarship
Established in 2010 by family, friends, and Ernst & Young colleagues, in memory of Katherine E. Lynch C’00.  Awarded on the basis of need or merit to women of high academic standing who are interested in information technology, with a preference for students who are involved in extracurricular activities.  Renewable.

MCJ Foundation Scholarship
Established in 1999 by a grant from the MCJ Foundation, to be used as scholarship aid to inner-city students.

Morris S. Macovsky Scholarship
Endowed in 2005 by the Macovsky Family, to honor the life and memory of Morris S. Macovsky C’41 and his interest in and affection for Drew University. Renewable.

Julius J. Mastro Scholarship
Endowed in 1986 by alumni, friends, and family members to honor Dr. Mastro C’50, professor of political science and university trustee, upon his retirement from full-time teaching. Awarded annually to two first-semester senior political science majors who are interested in careers in politics
and public service.

James H. McGraw Scholarship
Awarded to a student whose high school record is unusually worthy of recognition.

Elizabeth DeCamp McInerny Scholarship
Endowed by the Ira W. DeCamp Foundation and Drew alumni in health-related professions for premedical students.

McMinn-MacDonald Scholarship
Endowed in 1994 by Tamzin McMinn G’78 for an undergraduate who has need and is serious about his or her studies, preferably a political science major.

Mele Family Scholarship
Endowed in 2004 by former Drew Trustee Joseph E. Mele C’47 in recognition of his regard for the University. Awarded to students in the College of Liberal Arts who are in good academic standing and demonstrate financial need. Renewable.

Mele Foundation Scholarship
Endowed in 2006 by Joseph E. Mele C’47 and the Mele Foundation. Awarded to students from New York State, with a preference for residents of Oneida, Herkimer, or Madison County, on the basis of need or merit. Renewable.

Joseph P. Miele Scholarship
Established in 1991 by the Joseph P. Miele Foundation for an entering student. Based on need and academic excellence.

Robert C. Morris Scholarship
Endowed in 1955 in appreciation of his service to Drew as president of the board of trustees by John J. Watson, family, and friends. Awarded annually to a student from Morris County, New Jersey.

Catherine, Cheryl and Madeline Morrow Scholarship
Endowed in 2004 by Catherine R. Morrow, Class of 1972, to honor her parents for their dedication to her education. Awarded annually to a student who demonstrates financial need, with preference for a student in changed financial circumstances.

Music Department Scholarship
Endowed by the music department in 1987. Awarded to students who participate in campus musical organizations to defray part of the cost of private instrumental instruction at the intermediate or advanced level.

Inez G. Nelbach Scholarship
Endowed in 1993 by the estate of Inez G. Nelbach and former Drew Scholars. Awarded to undergraduates in the Drew Scholars Program.

Anne L. and Jeffrey B. Noss Scholarship
Endowed in 2004 by Anne L. and Jeffrey B. Noss, members of the Class of 1975, in memory of Mrs. Noss’s grandparents, Leo and Sophie Trencher, whose support made her education at Drew possible. Awarded annually on the basis of merit or need, with a preference for students for whom Drew is their first choice.

Novartis Science Scholarship
Established in September 2008 by the Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation, through the Independent College Fund of New Jersey, to recognize students majoring in a science field.

James Pain Scholarship
Endowed in 2004 by Edward J. Landrigan, Class of 1963 and president of Verdura Inc., to honor the teaching legacy of Dr. Pain, a longtime professor of religious studies and Graduate School dean. Awarded annually to one or more students of high academic achievement who demonstrate financial need. Renewable with good academic standing.

Charles and Liora Peck Scholarship
Endowed in 2006 by Charles M. Peck C’74, to honor the teaching career of Professor of English Emerita Joan Steiner. Awarded, on the basis of need or merit, to students majoring in English who excel in analytical writing. Renewable.

Heinz G. and Alma R. Pfeiffer Scholarship
Established in 1998 by Heinz C’41 and Alma Pfeiffer. Awarded annually on the basis of need to a deserving first-year student in the College of Liberal Arts who is majoring in the sciences and has demonstrated the ability to succeed at Drew and in his or her future profession. Renewable.

Molly Porcelli Scholarship in the Fine Arts
Established in 1997 by Vincent N. Porcelli, in memory of his 16-year-old sister. Awarded annually to a sophomore or junior fine arts major in recognition of outstanding contributions to art at Drew, and with a strong academic record.

Vincent and Genovina Porcelli Scholarship in Theatre Arts
Established in 1995 by Vincent N. Porcelli in memory of his parents. Awarded annually to a sophomore or junior theatre arts major in recognition of outstanding contributions to theatre at Drew and a strong overall academic record.

Ralph E. Porzio Scholarship
Established in 1972 by Ralph Porzio C’38 and his wife in memory of their son, Ralph E. Porzio, at one time a student in the College. Awarded to a needy and deserving student regardless of race, color, creed, national origin or sex.

Ralph Porzio, Esq., Scholarship
Established in 1997 by the family, friends and colleagues of Ralph Porzio, Class of 1938, in memory of this accomplished attorney, scholar, community servant and university alumnus and trustee who was respected for his integrity and honesty and admired for his lifelong example as a humanitarian, gentleman and good friend. Awarded annually to one or more fully matriculated students with
financial need who demonstrate significant potential for academic achievement and contribution to Drew University campus life with preference for students who have overcome significant financial obstacles to attending college.

Reede Family Scholarship
Endowed in 2005 by Ronald H. Reede C’81 to honor the teaching career of Professor of Political Science Emeritus Douglas Simon. Awarded to students in the College of Liberal Arts who are participating in off-campus programs and demonstrate financial need.

Richard Early Reeves Scholarship
Endowed in 1948 by members of the Reeves family.

Lenox S. Rose Scholarship

Established in 1937 by the Lenox S. Rose Trust, which created the Rose Memorial Library and a fund for student scholarships.  Awarded to outstanding students with financial need, chiefly in the College of Liberal Arts.

Charles and Lillian Rosenthal Scholarship
Endowed in 1992 by Howard A. Rosenthal C’74 in memory of his grandparents. Given annually to a student majoring in political science.

Merritt W. Sanders Scholarship in Psychology
Endowed by Gundie Holly Sanders in 1994 to honor her husband, a member of the College Class of 1940 and the Theological School Class of 1943. Awarded annually to a psychology major.

Merritt W. and Gundie Holly Sanders Scholarship
Endowed in 1996 by a bequest from Mrs. Gundie Holly Sanders. Awarded annually to a deserving College student with financial need.

Alton Sawin Jr. Scholarship
Endowed in 1987 by friends and colleagues in honor of his retirement as dean of student services. Awarded annually on a need basis to children of Drew University alumni.

Pat and Tom Sayles Scholarship
Endowed in 1998 by the Sayles family to honor the leadership of President Thomas H. Kean. Awarded annually to one or more continuing students who because of unforeseen financial circumstances may not otherwise be able to return to Drew. Renewable as long as the recipient remains in good academic standing.

Schering-Plough Undergraduate Research Scholarship

Established in 2010, and administered by the Independent College Fund of New Jersey.  This scholarship recognizes and rewards undergraduate science majors who are planning to conduct independent scientific research at the Independent College Fund of New Jersey’s member colleges and universities

Schering-Plough Scholarship in the Sciences
Endowed by the Schering-Plough Foundation in 1988 and awarded annually to junior or senior science majors with financial need and strong academic achievements.

Jonathan and Lilly Schwieger Scholarship
Endowed in 2004 by Jonathan Schwieger, Class of 1965, to honor his generosity and intent to strengthen Drew’s future. Awarded annually to one or more students who demonstrate financial need and academic promise.

Al Shapero Scholarship
Endowed in 2007 by Al Shapero C’51, P’84. Awarded to students who have not achieved their potential in secondary school but are considered to have ambition and ability which could be fostered at Drew. Renewable.

Amy and Andy Shapero Scholarship
Endowed in 2002 by Andrew W. Shapero, Class of 1984, and his wife to honor the New York City heroes of September 11, 2001. Awarded annually to one or more students who have demonstrated financial need and who are the children of parents who serve in any uniformed municipal police, fire, rescue, or emergency medical technician services. Renewable.

Phyllis and Clifford C. Smith Scholarship
Established by Mr. Smith, the university’s long-time treasurer, to honor his wife, who was wheelchair-bound. Awarded as both direct and indirect aid to students who have a physical disability.

Robert G. Smith Scholarship
Endowed by alumni and friends to honor this alumnus (C’36), scholar, master teacher, athlete, counselor, and friend of the student. Awarded annually to a junior demonstrating high scholastic achievement and involvement in extra-classroom activities, with preference given to political science
majors. Award is renewable through the senior year.

Kathryn D. Stanley Scholarship
Endowed in 1994 by family and friends in memory of Kathryn Stanley C’95 for a French major to help him or her study in France for a semester. Airfare to France is included.

Raymond Strelecki Scholarship
Endowed by friends, family, and classmates in memory of this member of the Class of 1957. Awarded to the junior or senior biology major with the greatest financial need.

Stringfield Family Scholarship
Endowed in 2005 by Mary A. Stringfield, Drew Trustee and member of the Class of 1970, in honor of her parents, H. C. and Marguerite Stringfield. Awarded to promising students in the College of Liberal Arts who demonstrate financial need. Renewable.

Mrs. Harry Terzako Memorial Scholarship
Endowed in 1998 by Agnes Gianakis C’54 in memory of her mother. Awarded annually to a Greek-American student, with preference for a junior or senior majoring in political science. Renewable.

Jill Titus Scholarship
Established in 1993 by Mr. and Mrs. James Titus in memory of their daughter, Jill C’89. Awarded to students taking advanced instrumental music instruction to defray the cost of that instruction.

Torrens-Hall Scholarship
Endowed in 2007 by Joan Torrens Hall C’57. Awarded to entering students of high academic achievement who have demonstrated an interest in public affairs, politics, or public service. Renewable annually if the recipient maintains a grade-point average of 3.0 or higher.

UPS Scholarship
Established by The UPS Foundation and awarded through the Independent College Fund of New Jersey. For students with outstanding academic records who can make significant contributions to our
community.

United Methodist Foundation Scholars Program Scholarship
Established in 2006 by United Methodist Higher Education Foundation. Awarded to full-time students who have been active, full members of The United Methodist Church for at least one year prior to consideration for the award and who are citizens or permanent residents of the United States. Renewable.

John von der Heide Scholarship
Endowed in 1998 by alumni, friends and colleagues to honor this long-time professor of history. Awarded annually to a history major with need, preferably one with a record of accomplishment in extracurricular activities.

John M. Warner Scholarship in English
Endowed in 2004 by Deborah Reider Bazes C’70, G’72 to honor this scholar of British literature and long-time professor of English. Awarded annually to a student majoring in English who demonstrates financial need. Renewable.

Warshaw Family Scholarship
Endowed in 2004 by Lillian G. Warshaw C’48, Kirk Warshaw, and Gregory Warshaw, to honor Martin Warshaw C’48 and his devotion to Drew University. Awarded to juniors with financial need who demonstrate success in academics, community service, and extracurricular activities. Renewable.

Floyd W. Webster Scholarship
Established in 2002 by Marion P. Webster in memory of her husband, a member of the College Class of 1952. Awarded annually to a student with financial need, with preference for students with an interest in economics. Renewable.

Victor L. Wegard Scholarship
Established in 1995 by Lillian Wegard, family, and friends in memory of Victor Wegard, a liberator of Flossenberg Concentration Camp and a member of the American team appointed to defend the Dachau war crimes defendants. To assist students who will attend the International Summer Program on the Holocaust, co-sponsored by the Center for Holocaust Study.

Caroline B. Westlake Scholarship
Endowed in 1961 by the estate of Caroline B. Westlake in honor of Methodism and liberal arts education. Awarded for academic excellence to students with financial need.

George Percy Whaley and Mary Alice Whaley Scholarship in Political Science
Endowed by the George P. and Mary A. Whaley Memorial Fund in 1988. Awarded annually to outstanding juniors and seniors majoring in political science with an emphasis on American government and politics. Awarded preferably to students who have participated in student government or government or civic activities.

Noble F. Whittaker Scholarship
Endowed in 2002 by Richard Whittaker, Class of 1969, in honor of his father, Noble F. Whittaker. Awarded annually to a student or students with proven academic ability and financial need.

Woods Hole Scholarship
Awarded annually by the biology department at Drew to a biology major for a summer course at a field station.

Dona and Roland Young Scholarship
Endowed in 2005 by Dona Davis (Gagliano) Young, College Class of 1976 and Caspersen School Class of 1976, out of affection for Drew University. Awarded to deserving students, with preference for students who demonstrate financial need and live in Hartford County, Connecticut.

Sherman Plato Young Scholarship
Endowed in 1963 by alumni in memory of this beloved professor, coach, minister, and friend, in honor of his faithful service to and love of Drew University and its students. Awarded annually to a junior on the basis of character, scholarship, and extra-classroom participation.