All can be applied for through the scholarship committee process, i.e., the Financial Aid Office/Chris Vaughn.
This scholarship is presented to students who are a dependent of a Claverack or Tri-County Rural Electric Cooperative member. Students must be in the top 50% of their senior class, score over 1000 on the SAT, and enroll as a full time student. In addition they music demonstrate the highest traits of leadership, citizenship, and character and should have been involved in Youth Tour.
This scholarship is awarded to outstanding students who demonstrate potential for leadership, have good academic standing, and exhibit commitment to cultural diversity.
Known as the “Learn Presidential Scholars,” this scholarship is presented to recipients who are entering freshman, graduated in the top fifth of their high school senior class, achieved a minimum SAT score of 1200, and participated in scholastic and community organizations and exhibited leadership potential. This scholarship may be renewed if the recipient maintains a minimum 3.0 GPA and demonstrates participation in leadership activities. A varying number of renewable scholarships are available.
Mansfield University President, Dr. Maravene Loeschke, created this scholarship. The award is for a returning student who has completed their freshman year with at least a 3.0 GPA. The recipient must be a proven leader on campus and/or in the Mansfield community.
This scholarship is presented to an elementary or special education major that has completed at least 64 credits and pass the “gates” requirements for acceptance as a certification candidate. Applicants must demonstrate the attitudes and skills of an innovative, risk-taking teacher and community leader, and based on a specific set of questions. The scholarship may be received for a second year assuming the recipient continues to meet the scholarship criteria.
This scholarship is presented to entering freshmen. Students must be residents of Tioga County, the top fifth of his/her high school graduating class, obtain an SAT of 1200 or more, participate in scholastic and community organizations and demonstrate leadership potential. This scholarship may be renewed if the recipient maintains a 3.0 cumulative GPA and continues to demonstrate participation in leadership activities. The Horace B. Packer Foundation will provide scholarships for incoming students which are renewable for up to four years.
This endowments provides for aspiring students to attend leadership conferences and workshops in Pennsylvania, the United States and overseas, support and train Alumni Ambassadors, bring well known experts in leadership development to Mansfield University for formal and informal sessions, enhance experiential learning for students through workshops/conferences focusing on career building leadership skills of time management, effective meetings, creative problem solving, public speaking, networking; recognize leadership through involvement in community services, projects and community organizations; work with local businesses and community leaders to expand programs to meet local needs and create partnerships with local businesses, schools and organizations.
This scholarship is given in honor of Charles S. Keller and Harriet Burt Keller who devoted their lives to the improvement of the communities in which they lived. They personified the values of social and environmental justice as well as support for the arts. The scholarship is designed to raise awareness of these issues by supporting a student who provides leadership for community improvement. Eligible students are psychology majors in their second through fourth years of study who provide leadership for learning and service to the department, university campus, or community. Recipients must maintain a 3.25 CPA or better during the semesters in which they receive support from the scholarship.
This scholarship will provide financial support to a deserving student who has successfully completed freshman year and who received financial support that is not renewable; it is meant to encourage student persistence to those students who are struggling financially and for this reason may not complete their studies at Mansfield University. The recipient’s home town must be in Pennsylvania or the Southern Tier of New York State. He/She must also be involved in leadership activities at Mansfield University and maintain a 2.65 GPA to qualify.
The Ruth Marder Leadership Fund is used to support student exposure to professionals in leadership and the arts. The recipient must further the goals of artistic and leadership development and must be approved by an appointed University committee and the President.
Mansfield University’s dedication to leadership development extends beyond the campus. The university strives to support local and state-wide community and corporate professional development.
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