Michael L. Allain Scholarship Endowment in Classical Studies
Established by Prof. Violet Allain and Anastasia Allain in honor of Prof. Michael L. Allain by creating a scholarship endowment to be known as the Michael L. Allain Scholarship Endowment in Classical Studies, which will provide financial resources each year in support of undergraduate students pursuing a minor in Classical Studies. Each year, one student shall be appointed to receive this scholarship. To be eligible for this scholarship, a student must demonstrate - as a first priority - a need for financial assistance, as determined by the university's Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships; and - as a second priority - an outstanding record of academic achievement in the pursuit of a minor in Classical Studies. The selection of Michael L. Allain Classical Studies Scholars shall be made in a manner determined at the discretion of the coordinator for the Minor in Classical Studies program, in consultation with the Dean for the College of Arts & Letters. Beyond the above criteria, the appointment of a student to receive this scholarship shall follow the University's guidelines for the awarding of scholarships
Warren W. Hobbie Estate Scholarship
An endowed scholarship established with a grant from the Warren W. Hobbie estate to award a scholarship with preference given to students planning to serve their fellow man through organized religion.
Harrisonburg, VA 22807
Susan K. Moyers
Associate Director for Grants & Scholarships