Graduate Student Scholarships
The Association of Medical Diagnostics Manufacturers Scholarship Established in 2010 by the Association of Medical Diagnostics Manufacturers, the scholarship is awarded to a graduate student(s) studying regulatory compliance based upon need.
The Biomedical Science Alumni Graduate Scholarship* Established in 2019 by Ann L. Boyd, professor of biology, and supported by alumni of the biomedical science program, the scholarship shall be awarded annually to a graduate student enrolled in the program who works full-time, has completed at least 12 credits of coursework, and has a minimum GPA of 3.3, to assist with the cost of two academic classes per year.
The Ceramic Arts & Technology Graduate Scholarship Established in 2013 by ceramics instructor Philip Berneburg, the scholarship fund is used to assist with student costs associated with taking graduate-level ceramic arts classes.
The Dr. Mary F. Kearney ’96, M.S.’01 and Dr. Ann L. Boyd STEM Scholarship Established in 2018 by Mary Frances Kearney ’96, M.S.’01 and Ann L. Boyd, professor of biology, the scholarship is awarded annually to a female graduate student(s) enrolled in a STEM-related graduate program who exhibits academic excellence and financial need.
Hodson Trust Scholarships for Children of Former Beneficial Employees Children of former full-time Beneficial employees, with two or more years of service with Beneficial Corporation and its subsidiaries immediately prior to June 30, 1998 are potential candidates for these full-tuition scholarships for undergraduate and graduate study at Hood College. All scholarship recipients must be enrolled on a full-time basis.
The Joyce Michaud Endowed Scholarship* Established in 2020 by Eryk Nice and his wife, Robin, in honor of his mother, Joyce Michaud, retired professor of art and founder and former director of the ceramic arts program at Hood College. The scholarship shall be awarded annually to a graduate student pursing a degree or certificate in ceramic arts (first), any graduate student taking ceramics or studio art coursework (second), or an undergraduate student minoring or concentrating in studio art (third).
The Sally Oros Graduate Counseling-Thanatology Certificate Scholarship Established in 2019 by Shelby J. Oros in memory of her mother, Sally, the scholarship is awarded each semester (fall and spring) to cover a minimum of one course credit for a female graduate student who is a U.S. citizen and exhibits academic excellence and financial need, and is either enrolled in the counseling graduate program or pursing a certificate in thanatology.
The Benjamine Cawley Parrott Endowment for the Sciences Established in 2006 by Cheryl D. Parrott M.A.’06, H’09, in memory of her father, Benjamine Cawley Parrott. The scholarship is awarded annually to a graduate student(s) who has a record of high academic achievement, is in need of financial assistance, and who is majoring in the biological or physical sciences or engineering.
The Ifeoluwa O. Popoola M.S.’16 Scholarship Established in 2017 by Ifeoluwa O. Popoola M.S.’16, the scholarship is awarded annually to an international graduate student who exhibits academic excellence and financial need, and is enrolled full-time in the computer science and information technology graduate program.
The Philip S. Renaud II M.S.’83 Scholarship* Established in 2016 by Philip S. Renaud II M.S.’83, the scholarship shall be awarded annually to undergraduate students with financial need majoring in business administration or accounting, and to graduate students with financial need in the Master of Business Administration program.