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BERGEN COUNTY RETIRED EDUCATORS SCHOLARSHIP
Two $500 scholarships, funded by the Bergen County Retired Educators Association. The scholarships are for full-time students who reside in Bergen County and demonstrate a record of academic achievement, community or public service, and who plan a career in teaching.

MICHAEL AND EMMA BURNS SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $500 is funded by Michael '64 and Emma Burns ‘64. The recipient is a student who has served at least one semester on the Beacon or Pioneer Times newspaper staff and is currently on the newspaper staff with a minimum GPA of 2.5.

HERBERT AND CONSTANCE CALIFANO SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $500 is funded by the Califano Family and friends. The recipient must be majoring in mathematics, pursuing a career in teaching, and planning to study on the graduate level. He/she must be active in campus activities, achieve a minimum GPA of 3.5, and not be eligible for state or federal grant programs.

PAUL K. CHAO SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship, funded by Professor Paul Chao, up to $600 is for a student with financial need majoring or about to major in African, African American and Caribbean Studies.

ANDREW B. CRAWFORD SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $1,000 was created by family and friends in memory of Andrew Crawford, Class of 2001. Student must have financial need, a GPA of 2.5, and be involved in extracurricular activities.

COTSAKOS FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $2,500 is made possible by Christos ‘73 and Tami Cotsakos ‘71. The recipient must be a resident of Paterson, NJ, and demonstrate financial need.

SAM AND IRENE DEDIO SCHOLARSHIP
Two scholarships of $2,600, funded by Sam and Irene Dedio, for a junior majoring in communication or business with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Preference is for a full-time student who works part-time. The scholarship may be renewed for another year if a minimum GPA of 3.0 and full-time status is maintained.

HELEN DOELE DEMAREST SCHOLARSHIP
One $2,000 scholarship has been created by the Jay and Anita Hyman Family and friends of Helen Doele Demarest ‘27/'36/'53. The recipient must demonstrate financial need and be preparing for teacher certification with the intention of teaching at the elementary or secondary level.

FIFTIETH REUNION ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
One $500 scholarship has been created by alumni in remembrance of the 50th anniversary of their graduation from William Paterson. The scholarship recipients are chosen on a rotating basis from the University's five Colleges.

GAMMA LAMBDA AWARD
An award of $100 is given to an outstanding student in mathematics.

JOSEPH A. GORAB SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $700 is available to a student pursuing studies in the field of teaching the learning disabled. He/she also must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA and pursue extracurricular activities.

AGNES C. GRIMSHAW SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $1,500 has been created by Agnes Grimshaw ‘25 for a student with scholastic ability with a preference for a biology or chemistry major.

HOBART FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP
Preference for one scholarship up to $500 created by the Hobart Family is given to a political science or history major who demonstrates financial need.

DONALD L. HUGHES SCHOLARSHIP
One $1,000 scholarship in memory of Donald L. Hughes is funded by the AAA of North Jersey. Recipient must be a current member (or closely related to a current member) of the AAA of North Jersey.

GARY HUTTON SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $500 was created by the friends of Gary Hutton ‘73 in his memory. Preference is for an African American recipient majoring in music. The student must be in good academic standing with satisfactory progress toward a degree.

MOHAMMED T. KHAIRULLAH SCHOLARSHIP
One $500 scholarship has been donated by Mohamed Khairullah for a resident of Prospect Park enrolled in the College of Education or Christos M. Cotsakos College of Business. Student must be full-time with a minimum GPA of 3.25 with a preference for community involvement.

KOCH MODULAR PROCESS SYSTEMS SCHOLARSHIP
Six scholarships at $5,000 are funded by Koch Modular Process Systems, Inc. for an undergraduate or graduate student majoring in nursing with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and demonstrated financial need.

HOWARD B. LEIGHTON SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship in the amount of $2,000 has been donated by Professor Howard B. Leighton. The recipient must be a full-time undergraduate student with permanent New Jersey residence, must be majoring in studio or art history, and preferably have demonstrated talent and excellence in her/his chosen major. Financial need should not be a criterion.

SARA J. LONGENDYCK SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $500, funded by Daniel Terhune, the Longendyck Family and friends in memory of Sara Longendyck, is awarded to a female student who graduated from Clifton High School.

JOHN VICTOR MACHUGA ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
Two $2,500 scholarships are funded by the John Victor Machuga Foundation. The recipients must be high-achieving students of color.

HELEN AND PHILIP MANNO AWARD
One $100 award, funded by Forte Manno is given to a graduating senior with the highest GPA in English for the academic year.

MCDERMOTT TEACHING SCHOLARSHIP
Four $500 scholarships have been donated by the McDermott family for non-traditional students who are pursuing teacher certification. Recipients must be accepted into the professional teaching component and have minimum sophomore level standing, a cumulative GPA of 3.0, and a letter of faculty support.

MUSIC FACULTY AWARD
Ten to 15 awards, funded by the Music Faculty and ranging from $150 to $400, are given annually to outstanding music students.

MAUREEN AND PATRICK O'CONNOR SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship for $5,000 is funded by Will '73 and Henrietta Pesce '72 in honor of Mrs. Pesce's parents. The recipient must be a first generation college student, education concentration, sophomore, junior or senior with GPA of at least 3.0 indicating a strong work ethic.

AUDREY AND ALBERT PELHAM SCHOLARSHIP
One $1,000 scholarship, funded by Dr. Sally Hand, is awarded to an African American student graduating from an inner-city high school or returning to college to complete his/her degree. Award is renewable for up to four years if the student maintains a minimum 2.5 GPA the first year and 2.75 for subsequent years.

OLIVIA J. PHILLIPS SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $500 was created by Dorothy Emerson in memory of her daughter, Olivia J. Phillips ‘68. Scholarship is awarded to a full-time, undergraduate student who is planning a career in teaching. The student must demonstrate financial need.

SUSAN G. RADNER SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $1,250, funded by Susan Radner, is restricted to a student enrolled in the College of the Humanities and Social Sciences. The recipient must maintain a 2.50 GPA to be considered for renewal.

FRED C. RUMMEL SCHOLARSHIP
Scholarships ranging from $1,500 to $2,500 are funded by the Rummel Foundation. Recipients must live in Essex or Union Counties, be from the top 20 percent of their high school graduating class and/or have a minimum GPA of 3.30. Awards are given to full-time students enrolled in the William Paterson Honors Program. To be renewed, recipients must demonstrate financial need and maintain a GPA of 3.0. Preference is given to students of color.

ROSEMARY SALVINI SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $750 was created by Emil '71 and Nancy Salvini '72 in memory of Emil's sister. Recipient must be an undergraduate student with a minimum GPA of 3.0 matriculated in the College of Education and majoring in Special Education.

SENIOR CLASS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship of $1,000 or more is funded by graduating seniors for a deserving undergraduate student.

CAROLE SHEFFIELD AWARD
One $500 award, named in honor of William Paterson Professor Carole Sheffield, is awarded to a distinguished student of political science and women's studies. Student must have a record of community service and activism.

WALTER AND LOUISE SUTCLIFFE SCHOLARSHIP
Ten $1,500 scholarships and five $2,000 scholarships are funded by the Walter and Louise Sutcliffe Foundation. Recipients are undergraduate nursing students with a minimum GPA of 2.75 and demonstrated financial need.

MARY THOMPSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship at $5,000, funded by BP, is awarded to an outstanding student enrolled in the cotsakos College of Business who has demonstrated expertise in the field of Professional Sales.

TWENTY-FIFTH REUNION ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
One $1,000 scholarship was created by alumni in celebration of the 25th anniversary of their graduation from William Paterson. The scholarship recipient is chosen on a rotating basis from the University's five colleges.

PAUL VOURAS HUMANITIES AWARD
One award up to $500, donated by Professor Paul Vouras, is to be given to an academically outstanding senior (either in history or philosophy) who is planning on continuing on a graduate level. Recipients are to be nominated by the department and selected by department chairs.

PAUL VOURAS SOCIAL SCIENCE AWARD
The Social Science Award of $250, donated by Professor Paul Vouras, is given to an academically outstanding senior (either in sociology, political science, or psychology) who is going on for graduate work. The recipients are to be nominated by the department and selected by the chairs of those departments.

WAYEN FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
Two $2,500 scholarships funded by the Wayen Foundation are awarded to students of Chinese descent.

WILLIAM PATERSON UNIVERSITY EMPLOYEES SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $1,500 is funded by William Paterson employees. The recipient must be a student entering sophomore, junior, or senior year who has demonstrated academic achievement, contributed to the life of the University through participation in recognized activities, and who is employed on- or off-campus for a minimum of 15 hours per week.

JAMES WILLIAMS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
This fund was created by family and friends in memory of Professor James Williams of the Jazz Studies Department. Scholarship will be awarded to a student majoring in Jazz Studies.

FRANK ZANFINO SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $750, funded by the friends and family of Frank Zanfino ‘49, is alternately awarded to a student enrolled in the Christos M. Cotsakos College of Business and the College of Education.

BROZOWSKI FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship for $2,600, is funded by Laurel and Thomas Brozowski, The recipient must have a minimum GPA of 2.5, reside in an urban area, and demonstrate financial need.

RUTH CARTER FROST SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship, up to $750 was created by Carlton Frost IV and Marc and Lee Schaefer in memory of Lee's mother, will be awarded to a student majoring in English.

MELVIN L. CEBRIK SCHOLARSHIP IN MATHEMATICS
This scholarship was created by Mel Cebrik and funded by the family and friends of Mel Cebrik. The scholarship will be awarded to a student in mathematics with demonstrated financial need.

NANCY DEATZ CLANCY SCHOLARSHIP
This fund was created by friends and family in memory of Nancy Deatz Clancy. Scholarship will be awarded to a student majoring in music.

CLASS OF 1973/1974 SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $750, donated by members of the Classes of 1973 and 1974, is for a student who demonstrates financial need.

TAMI COTSAKOS '71 MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP
A number of scholarships ranging from $2,000 to $3,000 have been created by alumna, Tami Cotsakos, for classical music students in recognition of their outstanding musical talents. Scholarships may be renewable for up to four years with full-time status and a minimum GPA of 2.75.

GRACE WALDRON DEGRAAF SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $500 has been created by Grace Waldron DeGraaf ‘36 for a full-time student with a minimum GPA of 3.0 pursuing a career in education.

FIFTIETH REUNION SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship for $1,000 was created by alumni in celebration of the 50th anniversary of their graduation from William Paterson. The scholarship recipients are chosen on a rotating basis from the University's five colleges.

ANNA FREUND SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $500 was created by Anna Freund ‘63 and friends to be awarded to an undergraduate, female, non-traditional student (over 25 years of age).

BARBARA M. GRANT SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $500 has been created by Barbara M. Grant ‘54. Preference is given to a student in the College of Education with a minimum GPA of 3.7.

TIMOTHY A. GERNE SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship of $2,000 was created by family and friends in memory of Dr. Timothy A. Gerne, professor of Curriculum and Instruction. Recipient must be a full-time undergraduate student in the certification program for Elementary Education with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Scholarship is renewable for one year provided that recipient maintains a 3.0 GPA.

LEOLA G. HAYES SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $500, donated in memory of Leola G. Hayes, is for a freshman majoring in special education who demonstrates financial need.

SOL HOFFMAN SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $500, funded by the family and friends of Sol Hoffman, is awarded to a child of an AFL-CIO parent who demonstrates financial need and exhibits some community involvement.

ERIC AND LEONORE HUMMEL AWARD
Funded by the friends of Eric and Lenore Hummel, $500 is awarded to a student majoring in special education who has matriculated in the master's program and who has a minimum GPA of 3.25 after the completion of at least four courses. Students applying for membership in Kappa Delta Pi will be considered. Financial need is also taken into account.

THAD JONES SCHOLARSHIP
Several scholarships up to $500, created by friends of Thad Jones, are awarded to a music major in the Jazz Studies Program.

RUTH KLEIN SCHOLARSHIP
Two $500 scholarships are funded by the friends and family in the memory of Dr. Ruth Klein. Recipients must be graduate students in education or counseling who have completed a minimum of 12 credits, achieved a minimum GPA of 3.50, and have a record of outstanding leadership and/or community involvement.

THOMAS G. LAMBRIX/UNION CAMP SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship of up to $500 is funded for a communication major who has demonstrated financial need and achieved academic progress towards a degree.

LINDER FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP
One $1,000 scholarship has been donated by Judith and Stewart Linder for a student pursuing a career in education with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Full- or part-time employment in childhood education is preferred with the ability to demonstrate financial need.

JOHN VICTOR MACHUGA SCHOLARSHIP
A number of full scholarships are funded by the John Victor Machuga Foundation. Recipients must be graduates of a Passaic County high school. They must be able to demonstrate significant financial need, qualify for financial aid, and exhibit leadership traits that bring recognition to the school, the department or the community.

MALTESE FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $800 is funded by the Maltese family. The recipient must be a communication major with demonstrated financial need. Preference is given to a first-generation Italian American.

VINCENT AND MARY ANN MAZZOLA SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship of $1,000 was created by Vincent ‘73 and Mary Ann Mazzola. Eligibility is restricted to first-year, full-time students who demonstrate financial need as well as potential determination and the will to complete rigorous college-level work.

JOAN M. MULCAHY SCHOLARSHIP
One $1,000 scholarship is funded by Michael Mulcahy ‘73/M.A. ‘74 in memory of his wife, Joan Mulcahy ‘97. Recipient should be a deserving full- or part-time (preferably full-time) working mother. Preference is given to a student majoring in sociology or psychology.

RUSSELL AND ETHEL MUTER SCHOLARSHIP
One $500 scholarship is funded by Russell ‘73 and Dr. Ethel Muter ‘73. Recipient must have an associate's degree from a community college in New Jersey, with preference given to Raritan Valley Community College. Recipient must be either a math or accounting major, have and maintain satisfactory academic progress and have a minimum GPA of 3.2.

NORTH JERSEY REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP
One $1,000 scholarship is funded annually by the North Jersey Regional Chamber of Commerce . Recipients must be Passaic County residents majoring in business who demonstrate financial need. Students must maintain full-time status and a minimum GPA of 2.5 to be considered for renewal.

PATERSON TEACHERS FOR TOMORROW
Several full scholarships have been created through the generosity of the Henry and Marilyn Taub Foundation, Raymond Miller, and the John Victor Machuga Foundation and others. Recipients are graduates of the Paterson school district and members of the Future Teachers Club who want to return to Paterson to teach in an urban district. Award is net of financial aid. Students are recommended by the Department of Education.

ANIELLO J. PESCE SCHOLARSHIP
One $5,000 scholarship was created by William Pesce ‘73 in honor of his father. Recipient must be an outstanding student from the Christos M. Cotsakos College of Business who is also a first-generation college student.

PI LAMBDA THETA SCHOLARSHIP
Two, two-year, $500 scholarships and one, one-year, $300 nonrenewable scholarship are funded by the Beta Chi Chapter of Pi Lambda Theta. The recipient must be a student pursuing certification in education with a minimum GPA of 3.5.

AARON L. RUBIN SCHOLARSHIP
A number of scholarships totaling $20,000, established by Jacob Rubin in memory of his brother, for students who have matriculated into the Honors Program.

MARIA SAA AND MARIETTA CUTILLO FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $1,000 funded by Dr. and Mrs. Orlando Saa for a student majoring in Spanish. The student should have financial need and a minimum GPA of 3.0, with emphasis on academic excellence.

GUNVOR G. SATRA STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship of $1,000, created by Gunvor Satra, is awarded to a student who has been accepted and is or will be participating in the Study Abroad Program at William Paterson University. Preference is given to a student in a year or semester-long program and for whom such participation represents financial hardship.

BEN SHAHN GALLERY SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $500, created by friends and patrons of Ben Shahn Gallery, is awarded to a student majoring in art with a minimum GPA of 3.0.

ARNOLD AND MYRNA SPEERT SCHOLARSHIP
One $2,500 scholarship is funded by the friends and family of Arnold and Myrna Speert. Preference is for a recipient with demonstrated financial need.

PATRICIA THEILLER FRANKLIN SCHOLARSHIP
Up to five $2,000 scholarships, funded by Louise and Charles Theiller, were created in the memory of Patricia Theiller Franklin ‘86. Recipients must be nursing majors.

MARGUERITE TIFFANY SCHOLARSHIPS
Two scholarships up to $750, created by family and friends in memory of Marguerite Tiffany, are awarded to deserving incoming or attending art students as chosen by Art Department representatives.

NORMA VAN DYKE AWARD
Award up to $500, funded by Ellen Bedell, is awarded to a graduating senior (restricted to a women's studies major) with a minimum overall GPA of 2.8 and a minimum GPA of 3.0 in all women's studies courses. Recipient must exhibit evidence of community service, social activism or scholarly research.

PAUL VOURAS MINORITY STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP
A scholarship up to $500 for a student of color is funded by the late Professor Paul Vouras.

C. KENT WARNER AWARD
Up to four $1,000 scholarships are awarded to full-time biology majors.

WIENKE-MAULT SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $1,000 is funded by Helen Mault to a student who is a graduate or undergraduate pursuing a career in education. The student must have a minimum GPA of 3.0, or have financial need.

CLAIR B. WIGHTMAN SCHOLARSHIP
One scholarship up to $500 in memory of Dr. Clair Wightman, funded by Florence Wightman, is for a student who is preferably an educational leadership major.

WOMAN'S CLUB OF PATERSON SCHOLARSHIP
One $1,000 scholarship, funded by the former Women's Club of Paterson, is awarded to a female resident of Paterson.