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 of Maryland provides Italian Heritage Awards to incoming freshman students who are of Italian descent and have a high school GPA of at least 3.0.

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 a junior or senior student with financial need who is a permanent resident of the Baltimore metropolitan area, has demonstrated academic excellence, and is involved in community activities.

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 James T. and Francine G. Brady Scholarship Fund was created to respond to funding gaps experienced by returning junior and senior students. Candidates must have financial need and a minimum GPA of 2.5.

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 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 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.

The Gorfine, Schiller & Gardyn Scholarship is awarded to accounting students with financial need in good academic standing.

The Hertzbach & Company Scholarship is awarded to an accounting student with financial need in good academic standing.

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 a scholarship to a non-traditional female student with financial need who has a minimum GPA of 3.2 and is majoring in nursing or another health-related field. Other criteria apply.

The John J. Leidy Foundation, Inc. provides funds to an academically deserving student with financial need who is also a Maryland resident.

The Mangione Family Foundation Scholarship is awarded to one or more students with financial need in the nursing program.

The Maryland Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Annual Scholarship is awarded to a student in the forensic studies program who is also a Maryland resident. Other criteria apply.

The Medifast Scholarship at Stevenson University is awarded to four junior or senior students based on financial need, academic achievement, and participation in the University’s internship program. Other criteria apply.

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

The SC&H Group Scholarship supports one or more students with financial need in the accounting program.

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