Thanks to the generosity of alumni, parents, friends, foundations and other donors, The College of Idaho has nearly 300 named, endowed scholarships. As endowed scholarship resources continue to grow through the strength of our endowment performance, these thoughtful gifts have become lasting memorials to individuals in the C of I community.
It is because of this traditional support that the College is able to award financial aid to motivated, high-achieving students. The income we receive each year from these endowed funds, coupled with outright major and Boone Fund gifts, allows us to grow as a leading liberal arts college. We are deeply grateful to those who have endowed scholarships at the College, and to those who are considering becoming a part of this remarkable legacy.
Scholarships appear in a student’s Financial Award Letter and are based on multiple criteria and academic credentials. These scholarships are awarded internally and NOT available for specific application. If one of these scholarships is awarded to you, you may be notified of a specific donor’s name and then asked to write a thank you letter to the donor. We believe the expression of gratitude to our donors is a vital component of the scholarship program.
For more information on creating an endowed scholarship please contact Jack Cafferty in the Development Office.
Lee Abercrombie Memorial Scholarship
The Lee Abercrombie memorial Scholarship was established at The College of Idaho in 1982 by Mrs. Mary Abercrombie and friends. It is awarded each year to a business major.
Mr. Abercrombie served on the College’s Board of Trustees, and as chairman of the Idaho State Endowment Fund, and a director of United Way and the Boise Chamber of Commerce. A Stanford graduate, he worked at FMC and at Morrison Knudsen, where he served as vice president.
Althea Cerveny Piano Scholarship Fund
The Althea Cerveny Piano Scholarship Fund was established at The College of Idaho in 2004 by Lisa Cerveny.
The Cerveny Piano Scholarship is awarded each year. A piano student in good academic standing will have first priority; if a piano student is not eligible, a violin student will have second priority; if neither of these two types of students are eligible, then a music student will have third priority.
Charles Ambrose Adams Scholarship
The Charles Ambrose Adams Scholarship was created at The College of Idaho in 1973 through a gift from Mrs. Charles Adams.
The Adams Scholarship is awarded each year to support a deserving young man or woman.
Albertson's Inc. Foundation Scholarship (I)
Dependent of Albertson’s Inc. Employee Dependent of Albertson's Inc. Employee
Robert and Jane P. Alexanderson Scholarship
The Robert and Jane P. Alexanderson Scholarship was originally established at The College of Idaho in 1983, and supports deserving students in music with financial need.
Mrs. Alexanderson was a native of Caldwell, and served as chairperson of the Caldwell – College of Idaho Fine Arts Series, and as an advisor to the College’s Delta Phi Omega sorority. Mr. Alexanderson, born in Centerpoint, returned to the Treasure Valley after World War II to practice law. Active in the Caldwell community, he served on the College’s board of trustees and was awarded an honorary degree in 1973.
The Alexandersons’ generosity and service to the College and to Caldwell are reflected in this scholarship, which is awarded annually.
Shane Anderson Memorial Scholarship
The Shane Anderson Memorial Scholarship was created in 1996 by Carl Anderson in memory of his wife Shane.
The scholarship is awarded each year to a student who is a resident of Canyon County with a 3.0 grade point average. Preference is given to a freshman student graduating from Middleton High School with a history of community service who is majoring in education.
Cecil D. Andrus Scholarship
The Cecil D. Andrus Scholarship was created at The College of Idaho in 2007. The Andrus Scholarship is awarded each year to an Idaho student with need who demonstrates academic excellence as well as personal and community leadership. The scholarship is renewable with the maintenance of a 3.5 grade point average.
Andrus served 5 terms as Governor of Idaho from 1971-1977 and 1987-1995. He was Secretary of the Interior under President Carter from 1977-1980, and was elected to 4 terms as an Idaho state senator beginning in 1961. He served 2 terms on the Board of Trustees of The College of Idaho, and one term as board chairman.
Walter Arima Science Scholarship Fund
Discretion of the Director of financial aid to female studentsmajoring in Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Studies,Mathematical and Physical Science or a Gipson Honors Programfocusing on at least one of the above. Based on Financial needand with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Awards are eligible for renewal.
Anne S. Weeks Scholarship
Majoring in Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Studies
Attebery Family Scholarship
The Attebery Family was established at The College of Idaho in 2005 by Louie and Barbara Attebery.
The scholarship is awarded annually to a returning or transferring student who demonstrates financial need, maintains a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher, and intends to earn a degree at The College of Idaho.
James T. Attebery Scholarship
The James T. Attebery Scholarship was established at The College of Idaho in 1993 by gifts from the family and friends of James T. Attebery, who graduated from the College in 1942.
James T. Attebery attended high school in Elgin, Oregon and graduated from Weiser High School. He decided to come to the College of Idaho after hearing Dr. James Millar’s commencement address at Weiser High School. His first job was teaching and coaching 3 sports at the Franklin School of Boise (near where Bishop Kelly High School is today). After service in the army during World War II, he taught in Adrian, Oregon and then moved to Ontario High School, where he taught until his death in 1978.
The James T. Attebery Scholarship is awarded each year to a student graduating from Elgin High School or Weiser High School.
Marie I. Barnhart Scholarship
Preference to Gem Co. continuing student.
Helen Batt Pasley Family Scholarship
The Helen Batt Pasley Family Scholarship was originally established at The College of Idaho in 1984 by the family of P.G. Batt, a prominent Caldwell area farmer, businessman and community leader. Batt was a member of the College’s board of trustees for several years, serving as chair in 1954.
The scholarship is awarded by the College each year to a student of Mexican-American descent who demonstrates financial need and maintains a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Gerald M. Baur Memorial Scholarship
A noted vascular surgeon, Dr. Gerald Baur graduated from The College of Idaho in 1966 with a degree in zoology and attended the Tulane University School of Medicine. In addition to being treasurer of the senior class, he was also a pitcher on the Coyote baseball team and a member of the Intercollegiate Knights, the College’s honorary service organization.
Dr. Baur continued to serve the College after graduation in a number of roles, including as chair of the College’s Board of Trustees and as president of the Alumni Association. This scholarship was created in 2009 by his wife to reflect his remarkable generosity and his devotion to the College by supporting deserving students with financial need. Dr. Baur once said "scholarships offer opportunities to those who might not be able to attend this school".
OFFICEMAX Scholarship (formerly Boise Cascade Scholarship)
One year, Freshman only
Complete an application for the scholarship. In-coming freshmenstudents dependents of OfficeMax Employees. Scholarship to ONEbest- qualified student on the basis of academic performance andleadership abilities.If no applicants who are dependents of OfficeMax apply, thescholarship will be awarded on the basis of academic performanceand leadership abilities.
Frank Blood Memorial Scholarship
Jr or Sr majoring in Physical sciences showing promise of exceptional contribution to his or her future profession
Byrle Morse Scholarship
Outstanding CHS academic performance
Boone Memorial Presbyterian Church Scholarship Fund
Awarded at the discretion of the Director of Financial Aid to students with demonstrable financial need in the following priority: 1. To Presbyterians from the greater Caldwell Area, 2. TO church members of other denominations; 3. To academically qualified students. The Director of Financial Aid will determine the amounts of the scholarships and can award one to four each academic year. Students awarded the scholarships should have at least a 3.00 gpa and scholarships can be renewed for up to four years if a cumulative gpa of 3.0 is maintained.
LaMar Bollinger Memorial Scholarship
Jr or Senior majoring in Business from ID, Or, UT, MT, WA, NV, or CA
Boone-Smyser Book Scholarship
Any student that does not qualify for federal need based aid but whose family's contribution is less than the cost of education.
Caldwell Unlimited Inc., End Scholarship
Prospective or current student in good standing; pursuing a business major or minor, or enrolled in the Gipson Scholars Program. Renewable if they continue to meet criteria.
Adah and Kenton Callaway Scholarship
The Adah and Kenton Callaway Scholarship was established at The College of Idaho in 1997with a gift from the Cathryn C. McCune Trust made in honor of her parents.
The Callaway Scholarship is awarded each year to a C of I mathematics or English major.
Dick & Julie Campbell Scholarship
Deserving Student with need
John D. and Bertha Case Scholarship
The John D. and Bertha Case Scholarship was created at The College of Idaho in 1988 through a gift from the estate of Bertha Case and John Gwartney.
The Case Scholarship is awarded each year by the College to a deserving student.
Walter Cerveny Violin Scholarship
William H. Chalker Endowed Scholarship
The College of Idaho’s William H. Chalker Endowed Scholarship by created in 2003 by a gift from Dr. Chalker.
The Chalker Scholarship is awarded each year to a religion or philosophy major at the College. To retain the scholarship, the student must stay in good academic standing during the year for which the scholarship is received.
Dr. Chalker is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and Religion at The College of Idaho. He is the author of “Science and Faith: Understanding Meaning, Method, and Truth,” published in 2006 by Westminster John Knox Press.
Jamie Paul Confer Memorial Scholarship
The Jamie Paul Confer Memorial Scholarship was created at the C of I in 2000 by Layne M. and Mary Carter Hepworth & Fred and Mary Carter.
The Confer Scholarship is awarded each year to sophomore, junior or senior students at the College with a minimum grade point average of 3.0. First priority is given to students who are cancer survivors.
Greg Coursey Memorial Scholarship
Student in good standing with financial need
June & George Crawford Scholarship
1st priority to any student from Owyhee county, if non apply scholarship can go to any financially needy student or students from a ranch or farm family.
Bernice Robinson Crookham Memorial Scholarship
The Bernice Robinson Crookham Memorial Scholarship was established at The College of Idaho in 2001 by Bernice Robinson Crookham.
The Crookham Scholarship is awarded to a student majoring in physical education or a related field of exercise science, with preference given to a woman student in good academic standing.
Bernice Crookham graduated from the C of I in 19929, and later served 26 years on the College’s board of trustees.She and her husband, George L. Crookham , Jr. were married by College of Idaho President William Judson Boone. In addition to this scholarship, the College recognized her dedication to the campus by creating the Bernice L. Crookham Memorial Seminar Room in Terteling Library in 1984.
Edgar O. Dilley Athletic Scholarship
The College of Idaho created the Edgar O. Dilley Athletic Scholarship in 1995 with a gift from the estate of Miriam Dilley.
The Dilley Scholarship is awarded each year to a deserving College of Idaho athlete.
Lew, Daniel Memorial Scholarship
Tennis and Music -- 75% of award to music student-- a student who shall pay in the CI Concert and jazz bands but does not have to be a music major 25% of award to tennis student--member of the women's tennis team unless the men's tennis team is reinstated at which time the tennis scholarship recipient shall be awarded to a member of the men's tennis team. The recipient must have played at least two years of high school tennis or its equivalent.
Everett L. Doty Scholarship Fund
Distributions are to be awarded at the discretion of the Director of Financial Aid to a sophomore, junior or senior class student majoring in Business who shows potential to be a business leader. Awards are eligible for renewal.
Dale Downer Memorial Scholarship
The College of Idaho’s Dale Downer Memorial Scholarship was established in 1990 with a gift from Dennis Downer.
The Downer Scholarship is awarded each year to a third or fourth year pre-med student, preferably majoring in oncology, and who is in need of financial assistance.
Willis Fry Science Scholarship
Science Students with financial need
First Security Bank Scholarship
Jim Gabbard Memorial Scholarship
The Jim Gabbard Memorial Scholarship was created at The College of Idaho in 1988 with gifts from family, friends and former students of Professor Gabbard.
The Gabbard Scholarship is awarded annually to one or more worthy students participating in the College’s choral music program.
The scholarship honors Dr. Gabbard for the dedication and distinction he brought to the College’s music program during his twenty-five year tenure at the C of I.
The College of Idaho’s Goodrich Scholarship was created in 1996 in honor of Mollie H. Goodrich ‘25 and Theron Mac Goodrich’26 with a gift from Mollie Goodrich.
The Goodrich Scholarship is awarded each year to a student attending The College of Idaho while working part-time during the school year.
Dr. & Mrs. Virgil Garst Scholarship
Pre-ministerial student (religion/philosophy)
Girl Scouts of Silver Sage Council Scholarship
Must be in good standing with the institution and have been an ACTIVE member of the Girl Scouts of the Silver Sage, Inc. as a senior girl scout.
Col. and Mrs. Walter Guinn History Scholarship
The Col. and Mrs. Walter Guinn History Scholarship was created at the College of Idaho in 1995 with a gift from Col. & Mrs. Guinn.
The Guinn Scholarship is awarded each year to a History major at the College with a grade point average of 3.0 or higher who demonstrates financial need. The student must demonstrate a dependable attitude, responsible performance, and commitment to help others.
Joseph and Louise Gulick Ministerial Scholarship
The Joseph and Louise Gulick Ministerial Scholarship, created by the donors with a 1972 gift to The College of Idaho, is awarded each year to a Co f I student studying for the ministry or full-time Christian work. Gulick Scholarship recipients must also demonstrate financial need.
Helping Hands Scholarship (Parsons, Warren Scholarship
Graduate of a Canyon or Ada County HS. The scholarship will first go to a student with Cerebral Palsy and is wheelchair bound. If no candidate meets this requirement then the scholarship may go to another physically challenged student. If there are no eligible physically challenged students then the scholarship funds are to go to a student with financial need and who would greatly benefit from the scholarship. The scholarship is to go to only one student per year.
Klara K Hansberger Endowed Scholarship
To be awarded at the discretion of the Director of Financial Aid in consultation with the chairman of the Art Department, to students study art (drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics or graphic art) with artistic talent and an interest in an artistic career; with demonstrable financial need. The scholarships will be renewable if the students maintain a 3.0 GPA. If the art department at The College of Idaho ceases to exist, the scholarships can be awarded to theatre or performing arts students with demonstrable financial need selected by the Director of Financial Aid in consultation with the Chairman of the Division of Fine Arts. Again, these scholarships will be renewable with the maintenance of a 3.0 GPA
Higdem, Roger and Mary Scholarship
Deserving Math student with 3.0 GPA or higher with financial need
Hillyard Family Scholarship
Annual award for Physical Educ/Sports Science Major or Health Science. Student in good standing with demonstrated financial need Selected by Director of Student Financial Services.
H. J. Heinz - Ore-Ida Scholarship
Science. Student in good standing with demonstrated financial need
Bernhardine Hosely Scholarship
An African-American or Native American descent with an aptitudefor outstanding scholarship Selected by Director of Student Financial Services.
John E. Houston Scholarship
Student who shows promise with financial need
Roberta A. Hughes Memorial Scholarship
Female student with need, majoring in Biology or Zoology
Hunt, Gilbert and June Memorial Scholarship
Willard Hunt-Floyd Parks Memorial Scholarship
Preference to Parma, Roswell and Elgin Oregon High School students with a 3.2 cumulative GPA. Student must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA for the scholarship to be renewable.
Hutchinson Memorial Scholarship
Stanley Jensen Memorial Scholarship
Pre-Med Major/Idaho resident with need
Dr. F. B. Jeppesen Memorial Scholarship
Deserving with need, Pre-Med major with 3.0 or higher GPA
Hoover, Jeanne M. Endowed Scholarship
Graduate students with 3.5 GPA who have gained admission to the MAT program and seeking elementary certification
Leon C. Jones Scholarship
Language Major (2 or more ) Soph, Jr or Sr
John O and Sara Boone Carter Family Scholarship
Kapika, Roy & Chris (Math Educ Sch)
Awarded at the Discretion of the Director of Financial aid, with the advisement of the Chair of the Education Dept and the Chair of the Math Dept., to students with financial need. Priority will be given to students enrolled in the 5th year teacher certification program or the MAT program with the intent to teach mathematics at the secondary level. Preference will be given to junior and senior student(s) majoring in mathematics education followed by those minoring in mathematics education. If there are no students meeting these criteria, the scholarships can be awarded to undergraduate or fifth year students who have majored in or are majoring in Mathematics, Computer Science or Physics.
Harry S. Kessler Scholarship
Key Bank Scholarship
To be awarded by the Financial Aid Office
Nona King Memorial Scholarship
Art or Theatre major at the end of their sophomore year with financial need
Anna Mae & Cloyd Krebs Scholarship
Elementary Education Major
Lee, Kwang-Sae Scholarship Fund
Awarded at the discretion of the Director of Financial aid to students majoring in Philosophy, Pol. Science, or History and preferably focusing on or seeking a minor in Asian Studies. Distribution will also be based on financial need and to a student with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Awards are renewable.
Ralph and Merle Kyle Scholarship
The Ralph and Merle Kyle Scholarship was created at The College of Idaho in 1990 by the Kyle family.
The Kyle Scholarship is awarded each year to promising students with financial need in the fields of mathematics, computer science, and other natural sciences. The student must have a grade point average of 3.3 or higher. Ability will hold 40% weight of the decision and need 60%. If all criteria are met by several applicants, preference should be given to descendants of Ralph and Merle Kyle.
Harvey & Elizabeth Lee Scholarship
Walt and A.K. Lienhart-Minnick Scholarship
The Walt and A.K. Lienhart-Minnick Scholarship was established at The College of Idaho with a gift from Walt Minnick and A.K. Lienhart-Minnick in 1989.
The scholarship is awarded to academically gifted high school seniors from the State of Idaho, based solely on merit and leadership qualities, regardless of need. Applicants must have placed in the top 5% of the ACT and SAT scores.
Lonergan, Joan L Scholarship
Sophomore or Junior student majoring in Theatre, in good standing, and contributes not only on, but off the stage
Lonergan, Wallace G. Scholarship
Outstanding Jr leader on campus who serves the campus community
Mark and Pam Lotspeich Scholarship
Awarded at the discretion of the Director of FA with first priority given to a freshman student with demonstrable financial need who has attended Cynthia Mann Elementary School in Boise, Idaho. If no students qualify, the award can be made to a freshman student with Demonstrable financial need who has graduated from Boise High School, Boise, Idaho. While the scholarship can be received by a student more than once, the decision by the Director of Financial Aid of who will receive the scholarship will be made annually.
Lamb-Weston Founders Scholarship
The College of Idaho created the Lamb-Weston Scholarship in 1990 with a gift from the OCRI Foundation.
The Lamb-Weston Founders Scholarship is awarded to distinguished freshmen students from Oregon, Washington, and Idaho on the basis of merit (top 25% of graduating class) with financial need being considered in the case of equal scholars. Recipients must be in the top 5% of C of I applicants the year it is awarded.
Joseph and Florence Marshall Scholarship
The Joseph and Florence Marshall Scholarship was established at the College of Idaho in 1962 with gifts from Joseph and Florence Marshall and family.
The Marshall Scholarship is awarded by the College each year to a C of I student based solely on demonstrated financial need.
Alice E. Mathews Scholarship
The Alice E. Mathews Scholarship was established at The College of Idaho in 1988 by friends and family of Alice E. Mathews, including her brother, Donald Mathews, who graduated from the College in 1954.
The Mathews Scholarship is awarded annually by the College to a student in the liberal arts, with a priority given to women students.
Terry Mazurak Scholarship Fund
Awarded at the discretion of the Director of Financial Aid, under the advisement of the Humanities Faculty, to students in their Junior or Senior year majoring in the Humanities with a preference for Philosophy or Religion. Distribution will also be based on financial need. The awards are eligible to be renewed.
Deral L. & Agnes McNeill Scholarship
The Deral L. McNeill Scholarship as established at The College of Idaho in 1996 by the Deral L. McNeill Trust.
The McNeill Scholarship is awarded each year to a deserving College of Idaho student who will be known as a Deral L. McNeill Scholar.
Burton C & Ella S Newbry Scholarship Fund
Awarded at the discretion of the Director of Financial Aid to students majoring in education, math or pre-engineering; are natives of the states of Idaho, Oregon or Washington. The only exception to the geographic region specified will be in relation to any African-American students who may apply. Such students will be eligible for consideration on the same basis as those within the region. Distribution will also be based on financial need and require a student to have a minimum GPA of 3.25. The award is eligible for renewal.
Noffsinger, Peter Scholarship
Gene S. Odle Scholarship
Student with demonstrated financial need
Helen Boyes - Yolanda O'Donnell Memorial Scholarship
The Helen Boyes – Yolanda O’Donnell Memorial Scholarship was established at The College of Idaho in 2006 with a gift from Boone Memorial Presbyterian Church.
The scholarship is awarded to one or two interns enrolled in either the fifth-year certification for teaching or the Master of Arts Teaching (MAT) programs. Recipients must have at least a 2.75 grade point average. Distributions from the endowment are awarded in the following priority: (1) to Presbyterians from the greater Caldwell area; (2) to church members
Oaks Hooper-Hoover Scholarship
Arthur & Jane Oppenheimer Scholarship
R.C. Owens Minority Scholarship
The R.C Owens Minority Scholarship was established at The College of Idaho in 1968 and is awarded annually to minority student.
This scholarship was created by gifts from friends of R.C Owens, possibly the greatest athlete in the College’s history. An all-conference football and basketball player from 1952-1956, Owens owns school records for receptions and receiving yardage in football, and for rebounds and rebound average in basketball. Drafted by the Minneapolis Lakers of the NBA and the San Francisco 49ers of the NFL , Owens played 9 seasons in professional football. He was inducted into the C of I Athletic Hall of Fame in 1989.
George M. Pesut Memorial Endowed Scholarship
The George M. Pesut Memorial Endowed Scholarship was established at the College of Idaho in 2001 by George Pesut’s family.
The Pesut Scholarship is awarded each year at the discretion of the College’s head baseball coach to a junior or senior baseball player in recognition of former Albertson College of Idaho baseball player Brandon Florence.
Sandra Peterson Piano Scholarship
Mrs. Richard Peterson established the Sandra Peterson Piano Scholarship at The College of Idaho in 1991.
The Peterson Piano Scholarship is first to be awarded to a winner of the Fern Nolte Davidson Piano Prize who attends the College of Idaho. Second preference will be given to a worthy piano student from Idaho, Oregon or Nevada chosen by the Music Department.
Cecil Pollard Scholarship
J. H. Robyler Scholarship
David S. Rosenthal Scholarship
Students from Sun Valley, Hailey, and Bellevue in good academic standing
Warren & Margaret Ross Scholarship
Student in good academic standing with financial need
Salmon, Elizabeth S. Endowed Scholarship
Sophomore or higher level student showing extreme financial need 2.0 to 3.0 GPA
College of Idaho Staff Association Scholarship
Sophomore at The College of Idaho, demonstrates need and Cumulative GPA of 3.0
Schwiebert, Erwin H & Mary T Memorial Scholarship
The student should be an upperclassman in good standing involved in community building on campus
Una Shannon Memorial Fund
Marjorie Shorb Art Scholarship
Harold Simmons Scholarship
Student interested in law or medicine
Richard D. Skyrm Memorial Scholarship
Deserving music student
Delbert W. and Leah H. Smith Scholarship
The Delbert W. and Leah H. Smith Scholarship was created at The College of Idaho in 1986 by Dr. James W. Smith, Dr. Judy L. Smith and Marilyn S. Heaton in honor of their parents.
The Smith Scholarship is awarded each year to a student or students who are seniors at Filer High School in Filer, Idaho. Students who have grade point average of 3.0 in high school, show academic promise, and have financial need are eligible. In the vent a qualified student from Filer is not identified, graduates of other Idaho high schools will be eligible. Recipients may be considered for support during their sophomore, junior, or senior year at the College of they maintain a satisfactory academic record.
Smylie, Lucille C Scholarship - Great Lady Scholarship
Selected by Dean of Students. Must be a female student in good standing in her Soph, Jr or Sr year. Student does not need to be living on campus.
Frank Specht Memorial Scholarship
Springer Family Memorial Scholarship
Preference to students the Caldwell area in good academic standing
Steele-Reese Foundation Scholarship
High School graduate of Lemhi or Custer County
Stolz, Robert and Mary Scholarship
Swisher Memorial Scholarship
The Swisher Memorial Scholarship was established at The College of Idaho in 2005 by Clyde T. Swisher, a 1954 alumnus of the College.
The Swisher Scholarship is awarded each year to a returning fourth year, senior level students who have completed at least three years of study at the C of I. Candidates must graduate with a degree in English and must have a grade point average of at least 3.5 or higher in the major field.
C of I College Spring Symposium
Participation in Symposium--awarded at the discretion of the Dir of OSFS; Symposium is defunct
Sype, William Pre-Health Care Scholarship and Research Experience Fund
The scholarship is open to all C of I students regardless of major; the recipient shall preferably be an upper level student,Jr or Sr although exceptional Sophomore students may be considered. The recipient shall have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher the recipient shall have a demonstrated desire to pursue a health care profession following graduation.The scholarship funds from this award shall be used solely for the purpose of academic pursuit, such as tuition, books and equipment. These scholarship funds are in addition to other funds and are not intended to reduce the student'scurrent financial aid allotment.
Louis L. and Maud A. Thomas Memorial Scholarship
The Louis L. and Maud A. Thomas Memorial Scholarship was created in 1989 with gifts from Elmer Thomas and members of the Thomas family.
The Thomas Scholarship is awarded annually to a freshman student. Each recipient shall receive the award each year for four years while he/she is in good academic standing.
Trinity Presbyterian Church Scholarship
The Trinity Presbyterian Church Scholarship was created at The College of Idaho in 1988 by W. Paul and Eleanor F. Tate, in cooperation with Trinity Presbyterian Church.
The Trinity Presbyterian Church Scholarship is awarded to a C of I student who is a member of Trinity Presbyterian Church. If no student from Trinity applies or is eligible, then students who are members of other churches of the Boise Presbytery (or the Snake River Mission Area) would next be considered. If no students apply or are eligible then, and only then, are other students (Presbyterian and non-Presbyterian) from across the country are eligible.
Used for one student throughout his 4-year experience. C of I makes decision to the recipient of the scholarship with need being primary consideration. No preference to religion, sex, field of interest, or residency. Leave to C of I to evaluate the student yearly to determine if continuation of scholarship is warranted.
Tucker, R. Ward and Louise Poust Memorial Scholarship
To be awarded to students with financial need and a minimum GPA of 3.0. Award recipients must be from Idaho, must be enrolled in either the fifth-year certification for teaching program or the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program, and must be planning to be ELEMENTARY school teachers.
Tolles-Whitman Memorial Scholarship
The College of Idaho established the Tolles-Whitman Memorial Scholarship in 1995 with gifts from the family and friends of David Tolles and Denny Whitman.
U. S. Bank Scholarship
Needy, worthy student from Oregon, Washington or Idaho with parent not employed by another bank
Rose C. Vanetten-Osterhout Scholarship
The Rose C. Vanetten-Osterhout Scholarship was established at The College of Idaho in 1992 by John and Pearl C. Compton in memory of Mrs. Compton’s mother, Rose.
The Vanetten-Osterhout Scholarship is awarded each year to a deserving student at the College with a grade point average of 3.0 who is interested in a teaching career.
VanSlyke, Ann Memorial Scholarship
To be awarded at the discretion of the FA Director to students with financial need and a minimum GPA of 3.00. Priority will be given to Hispanic Students. Awards are eligible to be renewed.
Helen Knudsen von Dach Scholarship
Soph, Jr. or Senior in good academic standing. To continue to receive the scholarship the student must be in good academic standing
Dr. and Mrs. Gary Voyce Scholarship
The Dr. and Mrs. Gary Voyce Scholarship was created in 1996 with a gift from Dr. Gary Voyce, a 1958 graduate f the College.
The Voyce Scholarship is awarded to students with a minimum grade point average of 2.75. Recipients must be residents of Cassia or Minidoka Counties, though if none qualify then they must be residents of Southern Idaho.
E. M. Wagner Scholarship
No specifications/deserving student
Ruth H & Martin F Wellhousen Scholarship Fund
Aid to students in good standing and be based on financial need. Eligible for renewal
T & R Whittaker Scholarship
California Resident with high academic goals
Williams, Hugh E Endowed Scholarship
Incoming freshman who was valedictorian or salutatorian of HS class with financial need
Harold Willmorth Memorial Scholarship
The Harold Willmorth Memorial Scholarship was established in 1986. The Willmorths have strong ties to the Treasure Valley, with at least six members of the family – Gladys ’22, Harold ’26, Barbara ’49, Jacquelyn ’51, Joy ’58, Patricia ’83 - having attended The College of Idaho, and John Willmorth serving as professor of physics at the College from 1956 until 1977. In addition, Professor Willmorth’s son Tom, with C of I Theater professor Joe Golden, make up the Idaho Shakespeare Festival’s well-known Fool Squad.
The Willmorth Scholarship supports deserving Education majors at the College.
George V. Wolfe Endowed Scholarship
The George V. Wolfe was established in 1980 with gifts from the friends and students of Professor George Wolfe.
The Wolfe Scholarship is awarded annually to a College of Idaho student majoring in political science, history, philosophy, or who is a bona fide pre-law student, for use in his/her sophomore, junior or senior year at the College.
Recipients of the Wolfe Scholarship must have a cumulative grade point average of no less than 3.0, and the student must demonstrate that he/she is in need of financial aid. Any student may receive the scholarship for more than one year, but a new application must nevertheless be made for each year a student desires to be considered for the scholarship.
George Wolfe, professor emeritus of political science, joined the faculty at the College in 1946, retiring in 1970.