JMU Employee Scholarships
Classified Employee Scholarship (25308) - This endowed scholarship was established by the JMU Foundation for students of classified employees. Applicants must be sons or daughters of a full-time classified employee. Contact the Financial Aid office for additional information.
Faculty-Staff Scholarship (25400) - Fund was established by faculty and staff with the goal to create an endowed scholarship. Recipients shall be a new undergraduate student, resident of Virginia, in the top 20% of his/her high school, class in junior year, have a strong academic record, SAT scores of at least 1100 and no less than 500 in either verbal or math sections, and show potential for exceptional non-academic contributions. The faculty-staff committee will select recipients after consulting with the admissions office.
Administration and Finance Scholarship (25348) -Through this Endowed Scholarship, funds will be provided annually to outstanding students, including both students entering college for the first time and students already enrolled in college. Applications and nominations for this scholarship may be submitted at any time during the year by individuals employed by James Madison University within its Division of Administration and Finance. All nominations shall be considered during the annual review process coordinated by the Division's Scholarship Committee. The appointment of a student as a Division for Administration & Finance Scholar shall follow the Division's guidelines for the recommendation of student scholars and the University's guidelines for the awarding of scholarships; provided, however, that the following specific conditions are here noted: The first preference shall be students who are family members of employees in the Division of Administration & Finance, at the date of application or nomination. For more information, please contact Jini Cook email@example.com.
Stuart Hall School Scholarship - Stuart Hall School offers one dedicated $10,000/yr merit scholarship each year for qualified new students entering grades 6-12 who are the children of full-time JMU employees, faculty, or staff. This partnership is an exciting employee benefit, and is an exclusive relationship between JMU and Stuart Hall School. Find out more at http://www.stuarthallschool.org/jmu.
If you would like to give to these scholarships, visit the Employee Giving site and use the number in parenthesis to indicate the scholarship of your choice.