Stevenson University Annual Scholarship Funds

The Accounting Association Scholarship is awarded to a junior or senior accounting major through an annual competition.

The American Citizens for Italian Matters Scholarship supports bright young women of Italian heritage living in Maryland.

The Asset Strategy Consultants Annual Scholarship supports deserving students with financial need.

The Associated Italian American Charities of Maryland provides scholarships for students of Italian descent in good academic standing.

The Baltimore Rotary Student Scholarship is available to junior students with financial need living in the Baltimore metropolitan area, who have demonstrated academic excellence and involvement in community activities.

The Beverly Bareham, CPA Annual Scholarship supports a junior or senior accounting major with good academic standing and financial need. Preference will be given to female students of non-traditional age.

The Stevie Beall, Jr. Memorial Scholarship provides scholarships for North Carroll High School graduating seniors with financial need and academic achievement who have been accepted to Stevenson University and are pursuing studies in the fields of history, English, political science, professional writing, mass communications and/or communication studies.

The BGE Annual Scholarship is awarded to deserving full-time students with financial need who maintain good academic standing and agree to adhere to Stevenson’s code of ethics.

The Brotman Financial Group, Inc. Emergency Scholarship Fund supports junior and senior students who fall short of the funding needed to return to Stevenson University for their studies. Preference is given to students from the Brown School of Business and Leadership, as well as English language and literature majors.

The Business Administration Summer Internship Fund provides support to students with financial need, enabling them to enroll in summer internship opportunities in business administration. Candidates must be enrolled in a major within the Department of Business Administration, have a minimum 3.0 GPA within their major, and a department-approved internship.

The Capitol Office Solutions Annual Scholarship supports students with good academic standing and financial need.

The Tori Chandler Annual Scholarship is awarded to a human services major who has transferred to Stevenson, with preference for students transferring from Carroll County Community College or another community college. The student should also have financial need and a minimum 3.25 GPA.

The Correct RX Pharmacy Services Annual Scholarship supports students with financial need and academic achievement pursuing a major within the School of the Sciences.

The Lisa Derryberry ’77 Annual Scholarship supports students with financial need who are pursuing a major in the Brown School of Business and Leadership and have a minimum 2.5 GPA.

The E. C. Wareheim Foundation provides a scholarship to one deserving student with financial need.

The Linda Connolly Fenton Annual Scholarship in Nursing is awarded to students in the nursing program with financial need and academic achievement.

The Dr. Gerald and Carole ’85 Glowacki Annual Scholarship for Science and Mathematics Education supports junior students with financial need and a minimum 3.5 GPA who are majoring in Middle School Education with a concentration in math and science.

The Gross Mendelsohn Annual Scholarship supports junior or senior accounting majors with financial need and a minimum 3.0 GPA.

The Hahn-Waidner Scholarship is a merit-based award given to the top four academically performing students in both the junior and senior classes of the paralegal studies program.

The Shannon Henretty Annual Nursing Scholarship supports nursing majors who are juniors or seniors with a minimum 3.2 GPA and financial need. Preference will be given to students involved in charitable causes.

The Ebony Hypolite ’06 Annual Scholarship is awarded to junior or senior students with a minimum 3.5 GPA, significant involvement in community service, and financial need.

The Independent College Fund of Maryland (I-Fund) provides a variety of designated and competitive scholarships for students attending Stevenson University and Maryland’s other independent institutions.

The Diane Jacobs Scholarship provides funds for students with financial need who have overcome personal challenges to continue their education.

The Kiwanis Club of Loch Raven provides scholarships for non-traditional female students with financial need, good academic standing, and a major in nursing or another health-related field.

The Bradley and Shirley MacDonald Annual Scholarship supports students with financial need and a GPA between 2.0 and 3.0. Candidates should also be dedicated, hardworking, have overcome obstacles to achieve success, and committed to making a difference for good in the world.

The Medifast-Bradley T. MacDonald Scholarship at Stevenson University is awarded to junior or senior students with financial need, a minimum 2.8 GPA, and participation in the University’s internship program.

The Merritt Properties Annual Scholarship supports incoming freshman students with great financial need who are also deemed at-risk due to environment or family situation, with preference given to students who are orphans or are aging out of the foster care system.

The Sheela Murthy and Vasant Nayak Scholarship is awarded to a student who is a paralegal studies major, has financial need, maintains a minimum 3.0 GPA, and demonstrates a strong work ethic.

The Northrop Grumman Scholarship for the Brown School of Business and Leadership supports students with a major within the Brown School of Business and Leadership who are in good academic standing and have financial need.

The Karen Parrotte Nursing Scholarship supports nursing students of African American/Black ethnicity with financial need and a minimum 3.0 GPA. Candidates must either be working full-time while pursuing their degree, or be adult students returning to college to pursue or complete their degree.

The PMM Companies Annual Scholarship provides one or more scholarships to students with financial need.

The PNC Foundation Annual Scholarship provides assistance to a student with financial need who maintains good academic standing and is majoring in education or business.

The PNC Foundation Scholarship for the School of Design is a merit-based award for a senior student in the Film and Moving Image program within the School of Design.

The RC Contractors Annual Scholarship supports students with good academic standing and financial need.

The RCM&D Foundation Scholarship supports students enrolled in a major within the Brown School of Business and Leadership.

The Paul Mark and Peggie Sandler Legal Studies Scholarship is awarded to junior or senior students who are paralegal studies majors with financial need and a minimum 3.0 GPA.

The Law Office of Jane Frankel Sims, LLC Emergency Scholarship is awarded to junior or senior students who fall short of the funding needed to return to Stevenson for their studies.

The T. Rowe Price Annual Scholarship supports students with financial need and good academic performance who are pursuing a major within the Brown School of Business and Leadership.

The Toyota Financial Services Cristo Rey Scholarship provides tuition assistance for incoming freshman students who are graduates of Cristo Rey Jesuit High School.

The Vincent O. Versace Memorial Annual Scholarship supports a junior student majoring in a STEM program who has financial need and a minimum 3.2 GPA.

The Judith Waranch Annual Scholarship is awarded to a female junior or senior student pursuing a major in business, with financial need and a minimum 2.5 GPA. Candidates must demonstrate entrepreneurial intent and spirit through past or current actions and/or future ambitions, as well as determination, creativity, and leadership.

The Weyrich, Cronin & Sorra Annual Scholarship supports accounting majors with financial need and a minimum 3.0 GPA.

More information about Stevenson scholarships and grants is available from the Financial Aid Office.