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Honors College Scholarships


Scholarships for Current Honors Students

Each spring, the Honors College awards scholarships made possible by the generosity of donors who are passionate about Honors education and UNCG. Each scholarship specifies a major, Honors program, or class year, so please read descriptions closely. Eligible students are encouraged to apply by following the links on this page when the competition opens. All students should be prepared to submit a detailed resume or cv and an essay specific to each scholarship in addition to filling out their application form. Please be sure to follow the directions in the application form. Contact Dr. Rebecca Muich at rmmuich@uncg.edu with any question you may have.

Check out the Previous Recipients Page for a list of past year's scholarship winners.

 

Lichtin Family Honors Scholarship

Through the generosity of Noel Lichtin, an alumna of UNCG, and her family, Lloyd International Honors College is delighted to offer two Lichtin Family Honors Scholarships: one to a rising junior and one to a rising senior Honors student with exemplary past academic performance and promise for continued high level work in Honors. The competitive, merit scholarship is awarded annually at the Honors Banquet in the spring and carries an award of up to $2,000.

Awards are made on the basis of past academic performance, a personal statement, and two letters of recommendation.

 

Lichtin Family Scholarship Winners

Alyssa Sanchez

Alyssa Sanchez,

Biochemistry

Jurne Smith

Jurne Smith,

Dance




Fran and Glenn Ross Honors Scholarship

Through the generosity of Frances Turner Ross (’56), Lloyd International Honors College is delighted to offer the Fran and Glenn Ross Honors Scholarship to a rising sophomore International Honors student with exemplary past academic performance and promise for continued high level work in Honors. We seek applications from an active rising sophomore in any area of study. The competitive, merit-based scholarship is awarded annually and carries an award of up to $500.

 

Fran and Glenn Ross Honors Scholarship Winners

Myranda Cook

Myranda Cook,

Psychology and Sociology

Nyat Fesseheye

Nyat Fesseheye,

African American and Diaspora Studies

Morgan Hackett

Morgan Hackett,

Human Development and Family Studies

Aleah Mazyck

Aleah Mazyck,

Marketing and Interior Architecture

>Katie Moffitt

Katie Moffitt,

Exploratory

Morgan Neering

Morgan Neering,

Elementary and Special Education

Journey Purvis

Journey Purvis,

Psychology




Joe M. And Jeannie Daniels Felts Endowed Scholarship

Through the generosity of Joe M. and Jeannie Daniels Felts (’68), Lloyd International Honors College is delighted to offer the Joe M. and Jeannie Daniels Felts Endowed Scholarship to a current Honors student (International, Disciplinary, or Full) with exemplary past academic performance and promise for continued high level work in the visual arts. We seek applications from active Honors students majoring in Studio Art, Art History, Art Education, New Media and Design, Painting, Sculpture and Ceramics, Photography, or Printmaking and Drawing. The competitive, merit-based scholarship is awarded annually and carries an award of up to $500.

 

Felts Scholarship Winners

Colleen Gramlich

Colleen Gramlich,

New Media and Design

Eliza Rosebrock

Eliza Rosebrock,

Art History

Fabiola Minerali

Fabiola Minerali,

Studio Art

Grace Clifford

Grace Clifford,

Art History

Kayla Gentry

Kayla Gentry,

Studio Art




Scurry Family Scholarship

Through the generosity of Judy Paulette Newton Scurry (‘68) and William Cooper Scurry, Sr., Lloyd International Honors College is delighted to offer the Scurry Family Scholarship to three current Disciplinary or Full Honors students with exemplary past academic performance and promise for continued high level work in biology, psychology, and nursing. We seek applications from active Disciplinary for Full Honors students majoring in biology (BA or BS with any concentration), psychology (BA or BS), and nursing (BSN, including the VAP program). Each competitive, merit-based scholarship is awarded annually and carries an award of up to $500.

 

Scurry Family Scholarship Winners

Megan Mead

Megan Mead,

Nursing

Kayleigh Riker

Kayleigh Riker,

Psychology

Alexandra Smith

Alexandra Smith,

Psychology

Ariana Watkins

Ariana Watkins,

Psychology

Evonne Wayne

Evonne Wayne,

Nursing