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Science and Math Division Scholarships

Ackerley Computer Science and Technology Scholarships

  • Enrolled full-time as a computer science and information technology major
  • Award based on past academics, communication/leadership, interest in computing and ACT/SAT
  • Desirable ACT 26 (or SAT 1200) with 3.5 GPA in high school and good grades in math or science
  • Awarded on top of any other financial aid offered by the University
  • Renewable for subsequent years of enrollment
  • Scholarships range from $2000 to $8000.
  • Recipients, known as the Ackerley Scholars, must apply and agree to ongoing requirements.

Addison Wardell Brown, Jr. Endowed Scholarship

  • Full-time, in good standing and making satisfactory academic progress
  • Maintain a 3.0 or better GPA
  • Major in biology with preference for pre-med
  • Award in addition to other financial aid

Rodger R. Engel, MD Endowed Science Scholarship

  • Enrolled as a full-time student
  • Good academic standing and making satisfactory academic progress
  • Major in science
  • Preference given to pre-med students
  • Awarded in addition to any other financial aid for which the student is eligible
  • Need is not a requirement but may be considered when selecting between students who are otherwise equally qualified (may be more than one recipient).

Delmar T. Goode Endowed Scholarship

  • Enrolled as a full-time student and in good academic standing
  • Science major/chemistry lab assistant entering the junior year
  • Should exemplify the ideals of Graceland University and Community of Christ
  • Over and above regular financial aid package
  • Awarded at the end of the sophomore year

Bruce and Doris Graybill Science Scholarship Endowment

  • Financial Aid Committee shall designate the awards following recommendations from a separate Bruce & Doris Graybill Scholarship Selection Committee
  • Full-time student
  • Science major with GPA of 3.5 or higher
  • Renewable provided student maintains a 3.5 GPA and shows satisfactory academic progress towards their four-year degree
  • Demonstrate excellence in extracurricular life
  • Awarded in addition to other financial aid for which student qualifies
  • Multiple awards may be given if funds are available

Gene M. and Jeannine L. Hummel Scholarship Endowment for Community of Christ Appointees’ Children

  • Full-time student
  • Pursue an education/career in the field of medicine
  • Maintain a cumulative GPA above 3.4
  • Financial need
  • Assistance over and above financial aid package
  • Priority given to children of Community of Christ appointees. If no one qualifies after two years, the scholarship is available to be used for any Community of Christ member student pursuing a career in the field of medicine.

John Paul Thomas Memorial Endowed Scholarship

  • General requirements apply
  • Preference given to students interested in engineering evidenced by concentrated studies in science and math
  • If no students are identified as interested in engineering, then a science major or a math major has second priority.
  • Award in addition to other aid
  • Financial need may be considered but is not required.

Wildermuth Asian – Technology Endowed Scholarship

  • Full-time students who are citizens of Asian/Pacific Rim countries – Japan, China, Korea, Taiwan, Philippines, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and the islands of Oceania
  • Targeted for students pursuing computer sciences
  • Awarded on top of any other financial aid offered by the University
  • Renewable for subsequent years of enrollment if in good standing and making academic progress
  • Scholarships range from $1000 to $3000 depending on available funds.
  • Scholarship applicants must apply and agree to certain requirements.
  • Asian students who are applying for both the Ackerley and Wildermuth scholarships may submit either application and write, “for both Wildermuth and Ackerley scholarships” somewhere on the form.