Named Scholarships

When it comes to earning a college degree, the greatest obstacle can be the funds to do so.

For this reason, The University of Akron is pleased for the opportunity each year to assist talented, deserving students achieve their dreams, thanks to more than 1,300 Named Scholarships established through the kindness and generosity of thousands of UA alumni and friends, corporations, and foundations.

Scholarships truly are the best way to ensure that today’s students persist to graduation. Scholarships allow students to enroll full time and remain focused on their studies; they also reduce drop-out rates, decrease the stress of student loans, and shorten the road to graduation.

The need for scholarships grows each year, however, as students continue to face an increased financial burden in pursuit of a college degree. In fact, 94 percent of today’s baccalaureate students borrow to pay for college – versus just 45 percent in 1993. And across the country, the average college-related debt for borrowers in the class of 2013 was $35,200.

If you are interested in making a significant contribution to student success, please consider establishing a scholarship at The University of Akron. Scholarships can be created to honor a living person, in memory of a loved one, or to contribute to the growth of an area of study. To learn more, please contact Christine Curry in the Department of Development at 330-972-8614 or ccurry@uakron.edu

Please note: All scholarships are distributed through the University’s Office of Student Financial Aid. Students interested in applying for a scholarship may visit the Financial Aid webpage, call 330-972-7032, or e-mail finaid@uakron.edu. The Department of Development does not accept applications for or distribute scholarships.


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Martin, Dorothy Garrett Memorial Delta Gamma Lectureship on Values and Ethics

The Dorothy Garrett Martin Memorial Delta Gamma Lectureship on Values and Ethics at The University of Akron was founded in 1991 by Dorothy Garrett Martin for the International Delta Gamma Fraternity for women. The lectureship brings to The University of Akron campus distinguished lecturers on the broad topic of values and ethics. The lectureship was established on the belief that our civilization was built on precepts that are grounded in the highest ethical standards and that events celebrating these precepts will greatly enhance the academic mission of The University of Akron and by this activity uplift the human spirit and condition. The lectureship represents a significant event that will illuminate and define what is good and bad in the lives, characters, and practices of all professions; and will further educate the students attending The University of Akron as to the value and importance of ethical conduct. Open to students, faculty, and the public, the lectureship will greatly enhance the academic mission of The University of Akron.

The Dorothy Garrett Martin Memorial Delta Gamma Lectureship on Values and Ethics illuminates the core and spirit of Dorothy Garrett Martin, whose great deeds graced many, many people. Dorothy Martin’s generosity and love for Delta Gamma instituted The Dorothy Garrett Martin Center in Columbus, the Dorothy Garrett Martin Challenge Grants on Values and Ethics, and The Dorothy Garrett Martin Scholarship for Eta Chapter of Delta Gamma.

Note for students interested in applying for a scholarship: The Department of Development at The University of Akron does not accept applications for, or distribute, scholarships.

For information on how to apply for a scholarship, please visit UA's Office of Student Financial Aid page. You may also call the Financial Aid Office at 330-972-7032 or email them at finaid@uakron.edu.

 


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