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Scholarship Funds

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Endowment Funds

The information contained herein is presented in grateful appreciation of those who have given generously to provide funds to students at Harding.

Not all scholarships listed have funds available. Students applying for admission are automatically considered for most scholarships for which funds are still available. Information about new scholarships, scholarships requiring a separate application, and other sources of scholarship funds is available on the Office of Financial Aid Services' Web site, located at www.harding.edu/finaid, or by contacting the office at 501-279-4257.

Trustee Scholar Awards

Trustee Scholar Awards are awarded on a competition basis to applicants who meet the qualification requirement as determined by the University.

JOE AND ANN HIGHTOWER TRUSTEE SCHOLAR AWARD: Established by Joe and Ann Hightower of Houston, Texas, to provide a Trustee Scholar Award. Preference shall be given to students who express intent to select a major in the College of Sciences.

JIMMY AND LISA KEE TRUSTEE SCHOLARSHIP AWARD: Established through the estates of Jimmy and Lisa Kee to provide a Trustee Scholar Award. Dr. Kee (66) was a benevolent Christian physician, and Mrs. Kee was a nationally recognized English teacher. They both served Jackson Christian School in Jackson, Tenn., for many years (Dr. Kee as Board member and Mrs. Kee as English teacher).

President's Endowed Scholarships

Scholarships

President's Endowed Scholarships are established for the specific purpose to complement the Harding Grant program for students after their freshman year and to provide scholarships for students in the college specified in the particular fund.

KRISTIN ALTMAN PRESIDENT'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: This endowed scholarship will provide funds for students in the College of Business Administration majoring in professional sales.

CHARLES T. CLAY JR. PRESIDENT'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Marie Yingling of Searcy, Arkansas, and Thomas Kay, a dear friend, of Chesapeake, Ohio, to honor Charles Clay, Jr., of South Pointe, Ohio, to assist students with financial needs.

LELA DAVIS MEMORIAL PRESIDENT'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP: Established by Yvonne James of Bentonville, Ark., to honor her mother, Lela Davis. Lela created a charitable remainder trust in 1996 providing for a gift to Harding at her passing. This scholarship is funded through her charitable remainder trust.

J.L., GERTRUDE, LATINA AND NORMAN DYKES PRESIDENT'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP: Established through the estate of Latina Dykes of Searcy, Ark., to honor the Dykes family. Latina worked for Harding from 1963 to 2008, the year she died. Latina loved Harding and wanted to assist students with financial need.

CARROL LEE FLETCHER PRESIDENT'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP: Established by anonymous donors to honor and in grateful recognition of Mr. Carrol Lee Fletcher.

BILLY E. AND CLARA GILLETT PRESIDENT'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP: This scholarship was set up in grateful recognition of Bille E. and Clara Gillett by an anonymous donor to provide funds for any full-time student in good standing.

W.O. GLOFF AND MARGARET GLOFF PRESIDENT'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: This scholarship was set up by the estate of the Gloffs and will provide funds for students in the College of Bible and Religion who have expressed interest in and/or are studying to become ministers of the gospel.

AL AND NELL HARTSFIELD PRESIDENT'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Paul and Jennifer Pruett in honor of Paul's grandparents.

HOMER R. AND BLANCHE R. HORSMAN PRESIDENT'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Homer and Blanche Horsman because of their love and appreciation for Harding. They and their children are all graduates and desire to help other students have the Harding experience.

MARIAN L. HUGHES PRESIDENT'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP: Established through the estate of Marian L. Hughes of Sun City, Ariz., in memory of Marian Hughes. Preference shall be given to qualified students who are enrolled in the College of Education and who are preparing to teach.

NEAL AND MELANIE HUNTER PRESIDENT'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Neal and Melanie Hunter of Garland, Texas. Preference shall be given to students with leadership capability.

NATHAN AND LINDY INGRAM PRESIDENT'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to provide scholarships for any full-time student in good standing pursuing a degree from Harding University.

JEFF AND SARA KERNODLE PRESIDENT'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established for students who are from a home school program or students who are in foster care.

JAMES M. AND LOUISE D. MCLEOD PRESIDENT'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP:  Established by Rowan and Cecelia McLeod in honor of Rowan's parents, James M. and Louise D. McLeod. Recipients shall be selected following the criteria established for the President's Endowed Scholarship.

CARL AND FRANKIE MITCHELL PRESIDENT'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: In grateful recognition of Carl and Frankie Mitchell, this scholarship fund was established by Dan and Leigh Gillett.

HURCEL REID AND EMMA CECIL PERDUE PRESIDENT'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP:  Established by Rowan and Cecelia McLeod in honor of Cecelia's parents, Hercel Reid and Emma Cecil Perdue. Recipients shall be selected following the criteria established for the President's Endowed Scholarship.

J. T. AND NANCY SMITH PRESIDENT'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP:  Established by George E. Breazeal and Laverne N. Breazeal of El Dorado, Arkansas, to honor J. T. and Nancy B. Smith, their daughter and son-in-law, who are both honor graduates of Harding. Preference shall be given to applicants who are pursuing a degree in Accounting in the College of Business Administration.

HANK AND SUE TANKERSLEY PRESIDENT'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Edwin R. DeYoung and Paula DeYoung to honor her parents.

BILL AND MARILYN WEBB PRESIDENT'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP: Established by Kent and Teresa Webb of Bentonville, Arkansas, to honor Kent's parents.

ELIZABETH AND MARK WILLIAMS PRESIDENT'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Elizabeth and Mark Williams in honor of Gloria and Ralph Williams to provide scholarships for any full-time student in good standing pursuing a degree in the College of Sciences, Engineering and Physics Department, and meeting criteria of President's Scholarship based on need.

Scholarship Funds

SETH ELWOOD ADAMS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: Established by family and friends in memory of Seth Adams of Fayetteville for full-time students.

AGAPE SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Ken and Martha Norton to benefit full-time students with financial need.

AILEEN ALEXANDER SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Thurman Alexander to benefit students who demonstrate leadership and diligence and have a financial need.

FLANOY AND JOY ALEXANDER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to honor Flanoy and Joy Alexander by their family. This fund is for academic scholarship assistance.

SAM AND JO ALEXANDER COMPUTER SCIENCE ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Sam and Jo Alexander to provide scholarships to men and women to attend Harding. Preference shall be given to applicants willing to participate in service-oriented software development projects and with demonstrated financial need.

THURMAN AND RUBY ALEXANDER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established for full-time students who demonstrate leadership, diligence, capability and financial need.

JIMMY ALLEN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the Rankin family in honor of Jimmy Allen for male students enrolled in the Center for Advanced Ministry Training- BMIN.

CLAUDE AND DOROTHY ALLISON FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP: Established to honor Claude and Dorothy Allison by their family. Scholarship recipients shall be enrolled as full-time sophomore, junior or senior students having a substantial financial need.

AMERICAN FOUNDERS SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the American Founders Insurance Company of Austin, Texas. Awarded on the basis of scholarship and need.

IRIS ANDREWS SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Ken and Amy Stamatis in honor of Iris Andrews. Special preference will be given to full-time students in the M.Ed. Reading Program.

ASSOCIATED WOMEN FOR HARDING ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FOR HARDING GRADUATE SCHOOL OF RELIGION: Established for the specific purpose of providing financial aid to U.S. male citizens majoring in preaching and missions in the Harding Graduate School of Religion.

ASSOCIATED WOMEN FOR HARDING LOUISE GANUS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP: Established through the fund-raising activities of AWH chapters throughout the nation and named in honor of Louise Ganus on her 85th birthday and in honor of her Lifetime Achievement Award. Aids freshman students.

S.A. (LUM) AND IRMA N. ATKISON ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established for children of missionaries (missionaries shall be defined in the broadest sense, as United States or foreign), children from children's homes and students in need.

GEORGE E. BAGGETT AND E.B. BAGGETT MEMORIAL MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP: Established by the family and friends of the late Elmer B. Baggett for members of both the Band and either the Concert Choir or the Chorus.

LUCIEN BAGNETTO ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the family and friends of Lucien Bagnetto for chemistry or biochemistry majors who have demonstrated a Christian servant attitude.

BAKER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Donna Baker Barlar of Nashville, Tenn., in memory of her parents, Asa and Mary Ann Morton Baker, for Christian young men who plan to preach or teach the Gospel.

J.D. AND MARY BALES SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to provide financial assistance to families who have two or more children attending Harding simultaneously.

BARNABAS SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established for deserving students.

T.H. BARTON SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Colonel T.H. Barton of El Dorado, Ark.

CHARLIE AND NADINE BAUM ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the Baum family to assist academically average students from middle-income families who have difficulty obtaining financial aid.

LOU ANNA McNEIL BAWCOM ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established for students majoring in missions and who, in good faith, plan to work full time in the mission field upon graduation. Second preference shall be given to Bible majors.

MILDRED L. BELL FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by faculty, friends, and family members as a tribute to Dr. Mildred L. Bell, Chairman of the Harding University Family and Consumer Sciences Department from 1959-1984.

Z. BENSKY SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Z. Bensky of Little Rock, Ark., to provide scholarship aid for a student in dramatics.

GEORGE S. BENSON NEED-BASED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established at Dr. Benson's death in 1992 by the University to honor a dear friend, respected worker and faithful Christian. Scholarship grants will be made based on need and to supplement the Harding Grant Programs.

MARGUERITE O'BANION BENSON ENDOWMENT SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established at the Graduate School of Religion for outstanding young men who are preparing for the ministry.

BERRY FAMILY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP  Established by James Berry Moore of Saint Augustine, Florida, in honor of William Preston (Press) Berry, Reba Retta Berry Diehl, Corrinna Odale Berry Moore, Catherine Moise Diehl Sandurski and James Berry Moore. Preference shall be given to applicants who are from rural backgrounds who are interested in Bible, science and business studies.

HENRY ANDREW BISSELL AND TABITHA BISSELL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR PREACHING: Established by Ruth Jewell Owen in memory of Henry Andrew and Tabitha Bissell to provide scholarships to students in the Center for Advanced Ministry Training-BMIN who plan to preach.

LESLIE E. BITTING SR. ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Leslie E. Bitting Sr. of St. Augustine, Fla., to provide scholarships for future preachers of the gospel. Preference shall be given to male students studying to be preachers of the gospel.

BKD ACCOUNTING SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by BKD Accounting Firm and its employees for students in the College of Business Administration and shall be awarded to junior, senior or graduate students with a GPA of 3.0 or higher demonstrating an interest in public accounting.

JERRY L. BOLLS SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Karen S. Bolls to benefit students from Calloway County, Ky., who maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA.

CHRIS A. BROADAWAY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Edwina Pace, Searcy, Arkansas, in memory of and in honor of her friend, Chris A. Broadaway, who worked in the Harding Library for 15 years. Preference shall be given to applicants who have financial need, who are from a middle-class family, and who demonstrate an effort to learn.

BOOTH BROTHERS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the Booth family of Searcy as a memorial scholarship fund for Searcy students.

JOHN AND MARY BOWLIN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established from the estate of John and Mary Bowlin for financial assistance to students who are orphans.

BOYD-PEGAN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by a gift from Glenn and Shirley Boyd in memory of Courtland and Stella Pegan to provide assistance to senior Bible majors who plan to teach.

ROBERT L. BRACKETT CHRISTIAN BUSINESS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Mark and Kelly Brackett in honor of their uncle to assist College of Business Administration students, with preference given to students from Florida.

L.W. AND HAZEL BRAMLETT ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established through their estate for students from middle-income families, who have an average or below-average GPA and have difficulty securing adequate financial aid.

HENRY JOHNSON BREEDLOVE SCHOLARSHIP FUND OF PREACHING: Established for Bible majors by Agnes Breedlove in memory of her husband.

BREWER-MASON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by friends and relatives of G.C. Brewer to aid worthy students, including Harding Academy.

SUE BOZEMAN BROCKMAN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Bo and Pat Brockman to honor Bo's grandmother, Sue Bozeman Brockman. Special preference will be given to children of missionaries and/or students from Christian children's homes (not including children of children's home employees).

NORVAL AND ALBERTA BRUNER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Tim and Kathy Bruner in honor of Tim's parents. Special preference will be given to applicants who are 1) from the Appleton, Wisconsin, area, or 2) from the state of Wisconsin.

JEWELL R. BRYAN SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Leslie and Linda Bryan to benefit students from the Wichita, Kan., area, with first preference given to members of the Central Church of Christ in Wichita.

THE BUG MAN INC. SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by William and Sonja McCauley of Little Rock to benefit married students entering their senior year in the College of Business Administration.

DR. J. RUSSELL BURCHAM JR. AND ROSEMARY BURCHAM SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Russell and Rosemary Burcham to benefit students attending the University's Graduate School of Religion in Mem­phis, Tenn.

BASIL F. BURKS SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Maurice White Burks to benefit full-time students in the College of Education.

BOB BURKS FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Bob Burks to benefit students who are graduates of Vilonia High School, Vilonia, Ark., and who participate in the University's intercollegiate athletics program.

CLAUS AND EVER BURNHAM SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Mrs. Burnham to assist students who plan to be ministers of the Gospel.

THE BURNS-HARRIS SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to assist deserving students majoring in physical science or mathematics.

EDDIE AND KATHRYN CAMPBELL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by David Campbell to honor his parents and to offer financial assistance to students with children who are seeking an education.

HOWARD AND JULIA CANNON ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Howard and Julia Cannon of Winston-Salem, N.C., for students from North and South Carolina and Virginia.

RODNEY AND JOAN CARLTON ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to financially assist deserving freshmen, sophomores or juniors who are pre-medicine majors who plan to attend UAMS and plan to practice in a rural town in Arkansas.

W.J. CARR SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Founded by W.J. Carr of Junction City, Ark.

CARR SCHOLARSHIP FOR NURSING: Established by Taylor B. Carr of Southern Pines, N.C., and Dr. James F. Carr Jr. of Searcy in memory of their parents, James F. and Eula Barrett Carr. For student nurses who plan to enter medical missions or work in underserved areas.

CAROL CARTER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the parents of Carol Carter in her memory for financial assistance to students from the St. Louis area, including suburban areas in Missouri and Illinois.

THE CARTER FAMILY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the Paul Carter family of Bentonville for students in the College of Bible and Religion and the College of Business Administration.

CARTER SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Carter to encourage students, who might not be able to attend otherwise, to enroll at Harding. Preference is given to students from northwest Arkansas.

GUY AND WILLIE CASTLEBERRY ENDOWMENT FOR TRAINING OF PREACHERS AT HARDING: Established for students in the Center for Advanced Ministry Training-BMIN who in good faith plan to preach. Application for scholarship aid from this fund are through the director of CAMT.

CLASS OF 1972 LEGACY SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Debbie Ganus Duke, as a representative for the Class of 1972, to benefit freshmen students who are descendants of former Harding students.

GORDON AND MYRTLE CLIFTON ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FOR PREACHING: Established for students in the Center for Advanced Ministry Training-BMIN who in good faith plan to preach. Application for scholarship aid from this fund is through the director of CAMT.

D.A. AND GERRY COCHRAN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to honor Mr. and Mrs. Cochran by their children.

MARY BLANCHE COCKE SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to benefit Bible majors of sophomore or higher classification who have a GPA of 3.5 or higher.

C.M. COHEA, ROBERTA COHEA AND EFFIE C. EMERSON ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Roberta Cohea in memory of her father, C.M., and sister, Effie, because of the loving care they provided her. First preference is for students from West View Boys' Home in Hollis, Okla., Hope Harbor Inc. in Claremore, Okla., and The Tipton Homes in Tipton, Okla. Second preference is for any orphans.

JACK C. AND LOIS H. COLE SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established for gifted students - regardless of financial need and without regard to race - who are hard-working achievers. Applicants must be students from Riverside and San Bernardino counties - the Inland Empire area - of Southern California.

DR. RUTH E. COLE NURSING SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to honor Dr. Ruth Cole for her values and commitment. This scholarship is for nursing majors with financial need and demonstrated capability.

DALE AND JOAN COLEMAN FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Dale and Joan Coleman through their estate planning. The Coleman's provided this endowed scholarship fund for students majoring in Family and Consumer Sciences. Application for this scholarship should be made through the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences.

J.D. BOYD AND J. RODNEY COLVIN ENDOWED MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Rodney's wife, Sarah Boyd Colvin, in memory and honor of her father and husband for students with financial need.

JAMES T. CONE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by family and friends of James T. Cone, who was vice chairman of the board of trustees at the time of his death in 1968.

COONS-FARRAR SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established in memory of Catherine Farrar Williams for junior and senior students in designated areas of the health-care field.

ELIZABETH J. COUCHMAN MEMORIAL FUND: Established by Elizabeth J. Couchman of Winchester, Ky.

COX SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Billy Ray and Pat Cox of Dallas, Texas, to provide scholarships to full-time qualified students with preference given 1) to students from Saturn Road Church of Christ, Garland, Texas; 2) to students who are Bible majors who plan to be full-time pulpit preachers; 3) to students who have graduated from Dallas Christian School; 4) to students from the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, area; 5) to students from Texas.

JPMS COX SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by JPMS Cox, PLLC, of Little Rock, Arkansas, to provide funds for students majoring in accounting, especially those with a strong interest in working as CPAs in Little Rock.

SHAREN CROCKETT CHILD DEVELOPMENT ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND. Established by colleagues, friends and family of Sharen Crockett to honor Mrs. Crockett who taught over 41 years at Harding. Preference shall be given to applicants who are Child Development or Family Consumer Sciences majors.

ADLAI STEVENSON AND MARGARET PRICE CROOM SCHOLARSHIP: Established by their children for an upper-class male Bible major from Arkansas.

PAULINE CRUMPLER FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP: Provided annually by the foundation established by Pauline Reid Crumpler, who graduated in 1941 from Harding College with a degree in education. Recipient must be a junior or senior pursuing a degree in the College of Education and planning to obtain certification to teach. Application must be made to the College of Education.

C. FLOYD DANIEL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Mr. and Mrs. David Lunceford to honor Mr. Daniel for his work for the University. Awards will be made to students with financial need that do not qualify for government grants.

JIM DANIEL TITANS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established in honor of Jim Daniel, longtime sponsor for the Titan social club with preference to applicants who are members in good standing.

BRUCE ALAN DAVIS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: Established by the parents of Bruce Alan Davis for members of the church of Christ who plan to do full-time church work after graduation or who are children of missionaries.

SETH DECKER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the class of '97 members from the Marriage and Family Therapy Program in memory of Seth Decker. Awarded to students seeking the master of science degree in marriage and family therapy.

VICKI DELL MEMORIAL MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Dr. Erle T. and Mona Moore for students in voice or piano. Apply to the chair of the department.

CHRISTINE DeLOACH MEMORIAL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established in memory of Christine DeLoach by her husband and daughters for financial assistance to nursing majors, who must be a member of the church of Christ, be affiliated in leadership capacity with a student/nurses association, and have a grade point average of 3.25 or greater.

LANDON THOMAS DENNEY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Richard and Cynthia G. Denney in memory of their son, Landon Thomas Denney, to provide financial assistance to deserving students.

RAY DICKSON SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established in honor of Ray Dickson. Preference for scholarships will be to students in computer science major and preferably students from Arkansas or White County.

DIVERSITY IN EDUCATION ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the Cannon-Clary College of Education Committee, joined by the Dean of the College of Education and Harding University, to attract and recruit students  who plan to teach and who are members of under-represented population to attend Harding University and its Cannon-Clary College of Education.

PHIL DIXON/RANDALL CASTLEMAN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established in honor of Phil Dixon and Randall Castleman and to provide scholarships for any full-time student in good standing in financial need.

CARLYLE DOCKERY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: Established by Nell and Randall Owen in memory of C.C. Dockery of Pine Bluff. Preference is given to students from Pine Bluff and southeast Arkansas and descendants of Carlyle Dockery.

ROBERT L. AND NANNALEE DOLLINS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND:  Established by Rod and Susan Dollins to honor the memory of Robert L. and Nannalee Dollins, Rod's parents. Preference shall be given to applicants first from the Poplar Bluff, Missouri, area and then from the state of Missouri.

J.L. DYKES SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established in memory of J.L. Dykes by family for students who demonstrate financial need and obtain a satisfactory grade point.

JOHN THOMAS ENGLAND AND HENRY HALL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established in memory of these two men by their children, Wayne B. and Juanita England Hall, for Christian men attending Harding. Preference is given to those who are preparing to preach the Gospel.

LOIS DURBIN ENOCHS ENDOWED FUND: Established by Jacquelin Emogene Enochs in memory of her mother, Lois Durbin Enochs, for financial assistance for students majoring in music, especially with an emphasis in piano, who maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.0.

ERNST & YOUNG ACCOUNTING SCHOLARSHIP: Established by Harding alumni employed by Ernst & Young LLP for accounting majors.

ESHEL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established for students from Georgia.

W.P. EUBANKS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-LOAN FUND: Established by E.R. Shannon of Clinton in memory of Mr. and Mrs. P. Eubanks. From this fund, both loans and scholarships are awarded.

JUANITA P. EVANS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Mr. and Mrs. Larry Evans established this fund in memory of his mother. Preference will be given to full-time students from New Jersey. If there are no applicants from New Jersey, applicants from the Northeast region of the United States shall be considered.

FANNING ORPHAN FUND: For female students. One or both parents must be deceased. Scholarships range from $800 per year and are awarded upon receipt of a formal application.

FIKE-CROPPER SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established at the Graduate School of Bible and Religion by Don and Bonnie Fike of Jackson, Miss., to assist committed Christians who plan to preach the gospel at home or abroad.

TED M. FOWLER SR. ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to honor this donor's father for his many years of service as a gospel preacher. This fund provides scholarships to men and women who are seeking a degree from Center for Advanced Ministry Training-BMIN.

TED AND GLENDA FOWLER/GOLDEN CORRAL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Ted and Glenda Fowler and the Golden Corral Corporation, all of Raleigh, N.C. Preference shall be given to students who maintain a 3.30 GPA and are admitted to the Center for Advanced Ministry Training program and students desiring to work in an international or domestic mission.

JEFF GAMMELL ENDOWED MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: Established by his father, Lamar Gammell, and friends and family in Crossett, Ark., to provide financial assistance to deserving students attending Harding for the first time. Preference is given to students who are members of the Pine Street Church of Christ in Crossett, Ark., Hazel Street Church of Christ in Pine Bluff, Ark., and Village Church of Christ in Hot Springs, Ark.

GANUS FAMILY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP: Established by Charles and Pattie Ganus of El Dorado, Ark., to honor his parents, Dr. Clifton L. Ganus Jr. and Louise Ganus, and his grandparents. The purpose is to complement the Harding grant program for students after their freshman year. The recipient of any scholarship provided by the fund shall be a full-time student in good standing pursuing a degree from Harding and based on need.

JAMES AND ARVIS GANUS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the TWL Foundation of Metairie, La., to benefit students from the New Orleans or southern Louisiana area.

C.L. AND LOUISE GANUS ENDOWED CHANCELLOR'S SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by friends in May 1987 upon his retirement in order to provide scholarships to deserving students.

GARDEN RIDGE CHURCH OF CHRIST ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND IN HONOR OF GARY AND DANITA JACKSON:  Established by the elders at Garden Ridge Church of Christ of Lewisville, Texas, to honor Gary and Danita Jackson because of their service as missionaries for the churches of Christ. Preference shall be given to students who intend to do full-time mission work outside of the United States. Other criteria will also guide the selection of recipients of the scholarship.

L. "BUTCH" GARDNER SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Rex Fowler for minority students as defined by federal guidelines and students who demonstrate financial need based on Federal Pell Grant guidelines.

JACK AND ROSEMARY GARNER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Jack and Rosemary Garner for students that are Bible majors planning to preach.

THEODORE AND NELLIE GARNER SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to honor Theodore and Nellie Garner by their family. Special preference for these funds will be given to: 1) sophomore students majoring in Bible, or a second semester student in Center for Advanced Ministry Training-BMIN, or a nursing major; 2) current resident of the state of Arkansas, preferably from the Arkansas hill country; 3) students who are economically or financially challenged; 4) students who practice Christian morals and ethics; and 5) students who have legible penmanship.

GROVER S. AND CAROL L. GARRETT ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the Garrett family to assist financially needy, full-time students.

MILBURN GENTRY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Board of Trustees to honor father of Leah Burks.

GEORGIA YOUTH FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP FUND: As funds are available, scholarships are provided by the Georgia Youth Foundation for students from Georgia. Awards are based on financial need.

JEFFREY W. GLOVER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established for undergraduate sophomores or above who have a documented disability. The student must be a member of Student Support Services.

ANNABEL LEE GREEN HARDING ACADEMY ELEMENTARY ENDOWMENT FUND: Established by the estate of Annabel Lee Green in 2010. During the 1940's she was Principal of Harding's eight grade elementary training school and also served as Director of Student Teaching for Harding's elementary education students. She left Harding to become the Director of Elementary Education for the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington. In 1980 Annabel retired from the University of Puget Sound. She earned the following degrees: BS, Kansas City Teachers College, 1935; MA, Northwestern University, 1941; EdD, University of Washington, 1966.

LOUIS AND ELIZABETH GREEN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Applicants majoring in vocational ministry will be given preference.

DR. L.K. HARDING MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Created by Mrs. L.K. Harding in memory of her husband, the eldest son of James A. Harding, for whom the University is named.

KATHRYN GWEN HARKER SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Jack L. Harker in memory of his daughter, Kathryn, for full-time students in the College of Nursing.

MARY ANN WHITAKER HARRIS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Jack Harris as a memorial to his wife, Dr. Mary Ann Harris, who taught in the College of Education. For students in the College of Education, with preference given to elementary education majors.

RANDY AND KATHY HARRIS SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established for full-time students who demonstrate leadership, diligence, capability and financial need.

MODENE AND PAUL J. HAYNIE MEMORIAL NURSING SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Fund in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Haynie established by their family for Christians of excellent reputation in Arkansas preparing for a career in nursing.

LAWRENCE G. HAYS SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to assist young men majoring in Bible and Missions.

HEARTLAND/KANSAS CITY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Steve and Yolanda Giboney of Kansas City, Missouri. Preference shall be given: First, to applicants recommended by the elders of Heartland Church of Christ, Kansas City, MO; Second, to applicants from the Kansas City, Missouri area recommended by the elders of any church of Christ in the Kansas City area; Third, if no applicants meeting the above criteria are found, to students desiring to complete a semester at a Harding campus overseas who would otherwise be unable to pay for such a semester on their own.

HERBERT AND JEWELL HEFFINGTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to assist deserving students in the following order: 1) Students who are members of the Holden Avenue Church of Christ in Newport; 2) Students from the Newport area; 3) Students from north-east Arkansas; 4) Students from Arkansas; and 5) Any student who has financial need.

BILL F. HEFLEY, SR. AND JANE SUTHERLIN HEFLEY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Dr. Bill F. Hefley, Sr. and Jane Sutherlin Hefley of Little Rock, Arkansas, to assist qualifying students who are preparing to be Gospel preachers, preparing to be teachers, preparing to be nurses, or majoring in pre-medicine.

JENNIFER HELMS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FOR NURSING: Established to financially assist students majoring in nursing.

MARION ELLSWORTH AND ELIZABETH WARNER HENDRICKSON SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established in their memory by their daughter, Ruth Utterback of Ashland, Wis., to assist nursing students.

NORMA KEELER HENRY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established for students that at some time prior to enrollment were under the guardianship, care or custody of a children's home or orphanage supported, managed, owned, controlled or under the supervision - direct or indirect - of one or more congregations of the churches of Christ. The student must be enrolled in mathematics, physics, chemistry, or family and consumer sciences.

ALPHAS E. AND DOROTHY H. HERRINGTON: Established by Philip L. Herrington and Stephen F. Herrington to honor their parents, Alphas E. and Dorothy H. Herrington, for their 50th wedding anniversary. Recipients should be from Arkansas, Louisiana or Texas with a G.P.A. of 2.5 or above.

CHARLIE HESTER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the UpLift Board in memory of Charlie Hester. Special preference is given to those applicants who are majoring in youth and family ministry.

JOSHUA MARK HICKS HONORARY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the family of Joshua Mark Hicks to provide financial aid for those students attending Harding Graduate School of Religion.

H.B. AND T.V. HINDS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP: Established in memory of H.B. and T.V. Hinds. Students from Ash Flat, Ark., will have preference.

JOHN H. AND ADA P. HINES ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established in their memory by their daughter, Margaret L. Hines and their son, Paul Harding Hines. Income is used to provide financial assistance to worthy young men preparing to preach Christ.

DR. WILLIAM W. HOLLAWAY SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by alumni of TNT men's social club for a full-time student who is a member in good standing with TNT.

HOOD FAMILY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established through the estate of Geneva Hood of Ozark, Arkansas, who passed in 2011, to honor the Hood family. Her husband, L. B. Hood, predeceased her in 2000, and their only daughter, Brenda Hood Hathcock, predeceased her in 2008. Brenda attended Harding College Fall semester 1970 through Spring semester 1971. Preference shall be given to students who have a financial need.

WILLIE M. AND WATTIE D. HOOKER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to honor Willie and Wattie Hooker for students who are members of or are affiliated with the College Avenue Church of Christ in El Dorado, Ark. Preference will be given to students who are seeking an undergraduate degree in ministry or other Bible or religion disciplines.

JOHN AND CHRYS HOWARD INTERNATIONAL STUDIES SCHOLARSHIP: Established for students who are enrolled full time and with financial need and plan to participate in International Programs.

MALCOLM HOWELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by family and friends in memory of Malcolm Howell, a loving husband, father, son and loyal friend. Malcolm was a 1988 graduate of Harding.

ROBERT O. ISHAM ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Formerly known as the North Texas Endowed Scholarship fund, established by Robert O. and Jeanne Sue Isham to benefit full-time students from the northern part of Texas. The name of the scholarship was changed in 2013 to honor Robert O. Isham.

JACKSON-BAIRD ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Tom Baird, Lovera Baird, Kenneth Burress and Virginia Burress in honor of Albanian missionary Virgil Jackson Jr. Preference is given to students from Albania.

MICHAEL JOHN AND CHARLES JOHN, JR., SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the Seoul Area Command Church of Christ of Seoul, Korea, to provide aid to dependents of career military people and to veterans of the armed forces that are majoring in Bible or nursing or are enrolled in the Center for Advanced Ministry Training-BMIN.

ELERSON B. AND THELMA C. JONES ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to financially assist deserving students. Preference will be given to students whose parents serve, or served in the past, as missionaries in a foreign country for a period of not less than two years.

ELIZABETH D. JONES FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Elizabeth D. Jones, Little Rock, Arkansas. Preference will be given to applicants who seek a degree offered by the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences.

HASKELL JONES MEMORIAL BROADCASTING SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Created by Mrs. Haskell Jones in memory of her husband. This fund provides financial assistance to junior students with declared radio/television major who have at least a 3.0 GPA within their major and a 2.5 GPA overall.

HENRY AND SARAH JONES ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to honor Henry and Sarah Jones by family. Students will meet qualifications by character, diligence and a satisfactory grade-point average; however, preference will be given to descendants of Henry and Sarah Jones or their respective siblings.

J.D. JONES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Lee Ann Kemp to benefit a full-time student who is a walk-on player for the football team.

REBECCA MURRIE JONES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to honor the memory of Rebecca. This scholarship is for women from middle income families who major or minor in journalism, nursing or family and consumer sciences and missions and maintain a GPA of at least 2.5.

HOUSTON T. KARNES ENDOWMENT SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Mrs. Karnes and friends of Dr. Karnes to honor his memory by providing assistance to those selected by the dean of the Graduate School of Religion and the Scholarship Committee of the Graduate School.

JESS AND MARY ANNE KEATHLEY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Jess Keathley originally to honor Wilda Ratliff, a family friend. The name was changed to honor his wife at her death, April 13, 2008. Preference shall be given to students enrolled in the Center for Adult Ministry Training who plan to preach.

DENZIL KECKLEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Mabel Dykes Keckley of Atlanta in memory of her husband.

KELLER TRUST ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP: Established for financial assistance and to benefit full-time students with financial need.

DR. RAY KINSLOW ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP AWARD FUND: Established by Dr. Ray Kinslow to provide financial awards to students who excel in science.

ROGER W. KUEHN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Jeryn Kuehn Laengrich of Dallas, Texas, in memory of her father Roger W. Kuehn, who encouraged her to go into the profession of speech pathology. Preference shall be given to qualified students who are seeking a graduate degree in speech pathology from the College of Communication

BILL LAMBERT ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the Rankin family in honor of Bill Lambert. First preference for male students enrolled in the Center for Advanced Ministry Training-BMIN, and second preference for male Bible majors in an undergraduate or graduate program.

WILLIAM, LIZADA, ETHEL, AND PEARL LATHAM MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Ethel and Pearl Latham to honor their parents and to provide assistance to full-time students who are preparing to preach or teach the gospel on a full-time basis after graduation.

MRS. PAULINE LAW SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the will of Mrs. Pauline Law of Granite, Okla. Income is used for ministerial students selected by the university.

MAURICE AND LOIS LAWSON SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Maurice and Lois Lawson to benefit students majoring in a degree program offered by the Department of Mathematics or the Department of Chemistry.

JOE LEWIS LESLIE AND JOSIE LEE RHODES LESLIE ENDOWED NURSING SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Nancy O'Brien and Albert Leslie to honor their parents for their love for the Lord and His church and for Christian education. Scholarship recipients shall be enrolled as full-time junior or senior nursing majors, have a GPA of 3.0 or better, have a good reputation of Christian character among faculty and students, and demonstrate financial need.

DAVIS LOVING MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Harry and Marilyn Loving to benefit needy students who are employed on a full-or part-time basis.

ROGER AND MARY LUALLEN MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPY SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Roger and Mary Luallen to benefit students who have completed at least one semester in the Marriage and Family Therapy program and who are members in good standing of the church of Christ.

LUKE 6:38 BIBLE SCHOLARSHIP: Established for students majoring in Bible and religion, missions, youth ministry, Christian education, preaching, or biblical languages who plan to preach full time in the ministry for churches of Christ.

CLEON AND MAXIE LYLES ENDOWED MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by friends of the couple to honor them for their years of Christian service. The fund provides a Trustee Scholarship for a student in Bible.

EARL AND ORIA B. McCLAIN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Olga Sain for students enrolled full time at the Graduate School of Religion in Memphis, Tenn. Recipients must maintain a satisfactory grade point average and have a good reputation among faculty and students.

T.C. AND KATE McCOLLUM MORRIS MEMORIAL LOAN FUND: Established by friends and relatives to assist worthy students.

McCORKLE ENDOWMENT FUND: Established by J. Warren and Madalon Herren McCorkle of Dallas. Income is used to train preachers and foreign missionaries.

MABEL DEAN McDONIEL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the family of Mabel Dean McDoniel as a memorial. Preference is given to students from underdeveloped African countries.

JIM BILL AND BETTY McINTEER SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by friends of Jim Bill and Betty McInteer to provide scholarships to deserving students with preference to students from the Nashville, Tenn., area.

JOHN AND SCOTT McLEMORE SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established originally by John and Barbara McLemore in memory of their son Scott, and later amended in memory of John, to provide financial assistance to a worthy student from the Ouachita Mountain region of Arkansas. Garland and surrounding counties receive first preference. Recipient should be a member of the church of Christ and preferably a junior or senior.

MERLE MCPIKE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Scot G. Harris and Becky J. Harris to honor the memory of Merle McPike. Preference shall be given to applicants pursuing a degree from the Center for Advanced Ministry Training (CAMT).

C.C. McQUIDDY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the family of the late C.C. McQuiddy to assist a worthy student.

CATHY McRAE MEADOWS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by her husband, Michael Ross Meadows, on the occasion of their 20th wedding anniversary to assist young men and women.

DANA WILBURN MARTIN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the parents of Dana Wilburn Martin in her honor for financial assistance to female applicants majoring in computer science.

MAXIE O'DANIEL MASSIE SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Hulette J. Massie at Harding Graduate School of Religion for students from Mississippi or who plan to work in Mississippi.

MAYS MISSION FOR THE HANDICAPPED: A religious, charitable, non denominational, non-profit organization dedicated to assisting the physically and spiritually disabled. Students must document a substantial physical disability, financial need, a cumulative score of 18 on the ACT or an equivalent test; be enrolled full-time in a four-year program; and maintain a GPA of 2.3. Consideration will be given to part-time students providing documentation from a physician stating that full-time status would or could be detrimental to their health.

MARKS MISSISSIPPI CHURCH OF CHRIST ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FOR PHYSICS: First consideration goes to junior or senior physics major with a G.P.A. of 3.0 or higher who has demonstrated involvement in a local congregation of the churches of Christ or who has been involved with mission activities. Second consideration given to sophomore physics major with a G.P.A. of 3.0 or higher. Third consideration given to junior or senior majoring in Bible with a G.P.A. of 3.0 or higher.

NANCY MEADOWS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Russell W. Meadows in honor of his wife, Nancy, to provide scholarships to students seeking the master of science in marriage and family therapy degree.

NONA MEADOWS SCHOLARSHIP: Established in honor of Nona Meadows by her three sons, Mike, Rusty, and Scott, for a full-time student with financial need, with preference to be given to students from El Dorado, Ark.

LOUIS WILSON MENK ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Jack Stephens in memory of Mr. Menk who served on the Stephens Inc. Board, with preference to students from Arkansas.

ED AND EVATEEN MILLER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Ed and Evateen Miller of Franklin, Tennessee, to benefit students from Tennessee.

MILLS FAMILY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Robert L. Mills Sr. and Shelby B. Mills for students based on need. Will go to students with leadership capability.

GENEVA MILLS SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT: Established by Geneva Mills upon her death for students from the area of Newport, Arkansas. Preference shall be given to applicants who are Bible majors and students enrolled in the Center for Advanced Ministry Training-BMIN. Recipients shall be recommended by the Holden Avenue Church of Christ elders in Newport.

MISSIONARY CHILDREN'S SCHOLARSHIP: Es­tab­lished by Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Shewmaker for students with financial need with preference to students whose parents have served 15 years or more in the mission field.

MITCHELL/ROTRAMEL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established in 1991 by Dr. and Mrs. Carl Mitchell to honor his parents. Preference to Bible major students.

RICHARD AND OPAL MOCK ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND:  Established by Matthew and Ingrid Quigley to honor his grandparents, Richard and Opal Mock, and to encourage students who are majoring in elementary education or nursing to spend a semester at Harding University in Florence. Preference shall be given to applicants majoring in elementary education or nursing.

HOMER AND JOYCE MONTGOMERY SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Homer and Joyce Montgomery to benefit four students - a junior and senior studying health care and a junior and senior studying business.

VALDA MONTGOMERY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Valda Montgomery for students majoring in elementary or secondary teacher education who have a significant financial need.

ERLE T. AND MONA MOORE VOICE SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the long-time chairman of the department of music and his wife, who taught with him, to provide scholarships and underwrite activities for outstanding singers in the department of music.

CARL, PADGIE AND CARLENE MOORE ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to provide financial assistance to deserving students. Preference will be given to applicants who are members of Northside Church of Christ and residents of Harrison, Ark.

GERALD G. AND EMMA LOU MORGAN SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the Morgans' children to honor their commitment to Christian education and Harding University's mission in the furtherance and growth of God's kingdom. This scholarship is for returning students with a financial need. Recipient must maintain a satisfactory grade point average and a good reputation among faculty and students.

T C AND KATE MCCOLLUM MORRIS AND WM AND ANN MORRIS QUENELLE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Ann Morris Quenelle to honor her parents and provide scholarships for deserving students.

THE MOSBY-THOMASON SCHOLARSHIP: Established by Eddie and Pam Mosby to honor their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mosby and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomason. The Mosby scholarship is for students in the Center for Advanced Ministry Training-BMIN. The Thomason scholarship is for students at the Harding Graduate School of Religion who are preparing for service to the church through preaching or mission ministries.

RAYMOND L. MUNCY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by his family in honor of his service to Harding, including 29 years as chairman of the department of history, to assist students majoring in history.

EDDIE AND CHRISTINE MYERS AND FLOYD AND CHLOE HENSON ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Edward P. Myers and Janice Henson Myers in memory of their parents for financial assistance to Center for Advanced Ministry Training-BMIN students planning to preach. Second priority will be for CAMT students focused on other areas of ministry. The student will commit, by signing a statement to that effect, to work with a congregation among churches of Christ in the United States or abroad for at least five years.

JAMES L. AND ANNA M. NEAL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by their daughter Janis Neal Roberson to honor them for their dedication to Christian education and assist students training to preach the Gospel.

WILLIAM P. AND FRANCES B. NEAL ACCOUNTING SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Mr. and Mrs. Neal of Cleveland, Miss., for qualified junior or senior accounting majors.

DR. ROBERT H. NELSON ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by David and Brenda Nelson Ford to honor her father. Preference will be given to students from far eastern countries (China, Taiwan, Mongolia, Japan, North and South Korea, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Lois, Cambodia, Vietnam, Brunei, Nepal, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh) with financial need. Recipient must maintain a 3.0 GPA, and it is preferred (but not required) that the student work at least 10 hours a week.

RUSSELL AND MYRTLE NELSON AND HARVEY NELSON ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established in memory of Russell and Myrtle Nelson by their children. Harvey Nelson, a son of Russell and Myrtle, passed in 2012. Full-time students who demonstrate leadership, diligence, capability and financial need may apply. Descendants of the Nelson and Hallum families will be given equal preference.

DR. JIM NICHOLS SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Ken and Amy Stamatis in honor of Dr. Jim Nichols. Special preference will be given to full-time students in the M.Ed. Reading program.

JUANITA NICHOLS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR NURSING STUDENTS: Established by Juanita Nichols of North Little Rock, Arkansas, to help train qualified and caring nurses.

OTIS NICHOLS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Juanita Nichols in memory of her husband for premedical students.

NORTH ATLANTA CHURCH OF CHRIST SCHOLARSHIP FUND OF HARDING UNIVERSITY. Established by North Atlanta Church of Christ, Dunwoody, Georgia, to provide scholarships for qualified students to attend Harding.

NORTHEAST EVANGELIST ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Freehold Church of Christ, Freehold, New Jersey, for students (both men and women) who want to serve in the ministry in the Northeast (i.e., New Jersey, New York and New England). Preference shall be given to Bible majors and students pursuing a vocational ministry degree who agree to serve in the Northeast for 2 to 5 years.

OAK VIEW CHURCH OF CHRIST ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP: Established from funds when Oak View Church in Oak View, Calif., was closed. This scholarship is for worthy and deserving students enrolled full time training to become preachers of the gospel.

ANNABELLE OAKLEY SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Allan and Cindy Stanford to benefit students who have overcome significant adversity to attain matriculation to Harding and who have demonstrated high levels of faith and perseverance.

OCKER-MOORE ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Bequeathed to Harding University from estate of James Hayden Moore. This fund is for students with financial need, maintaining a satisfactory grade point average, and demonstrating capability and potential for future service to the Lord's kingdom. Special consideration will be given to the family of James Hayden Moore and the donor; then special consideration will be given to those high school graduates of Crawford and Franklin Counties in Arkansas. No part of the fund may be used for athletic scholarships.

WILLIAM H. AND AURITUS H. OLIVER PROFESSIONAL SALES SCHOLARSHIP: Established by their children to assist students majoring in professional sales.

ORPHAN SCHOLARSHIP: Students who are officially residents of a children's home receive a tuition scholarship upon approval by the President.

OWENS SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established for full-time undergraduate students who are education majors and residents of Mississippi.

ALEXANDER AND ELFRIEDA OZ ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the Estate of Alexander Oz, in memory of Alexander and Elfrieda Oz, of Dearborn, Michigan, for tuition scholarships for eligible recipients.

APRIL ASHLEE WARREN PAGE ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP:  Established by Murray E. Warren and Iris B. Warren of Huntsville, Alabama, in memory of their daughter April Ashlee Warren Page for scholarships for students pursuing a degree in the College of Nursing at Harding.

J.L. AND JUDY PATE ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established for students majoring in mathematics or science.

JOSEPHINE PAUL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established in memory of Josephine Paul and to provide financial assistance to young men and women attending Harding from the state of Georgia.

CHARLES AND PEG PEARCE ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Mr. and Mrs. J. Brent Byrd to honor the Pearces for their generosity. To benefit students who excel in leadership and diligence and demonstrate capability and financial need.

FAYE SPICKARD PEARCE AND ROBERT LEE PEARCE ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the family of Faye Spickard and Robert Lee Pearce to honor them because they were strong supporters and proponents of young people getting their education at a Christian school. These funds are for the descendants of Faye Spickard and Robert Lee Pearce. However, if funds are still available after descendants have been funded, then funds can be used for other applicants.

NEAL PEEBLES SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the will of Neal Peebles of Searcy. Income is used for deserving students selected by the University.

MILTON H. AND SAM W. PEEBLES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by friends of Lt. Sam W. Peebles, Jr., a graduate of 1938, who was killed in service in 1944. Subsequently amended to honor Milton H. Peebles, an alumnus and long-time board member who died in 1981.

E.L. "BUCK" PERRY AND MARJORIE S. "BUD" PERRY SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Es­tab­lished by Mr. Perry in honor of his wife, Marjorie S. "Bud" Perry, to pro­vide funds for needy students.

CAMILLE PETREE NURSING SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Camille Petree for students in the College of Nursing.

L.V. AND MAXINE PFEIFER SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the Pfeifers to benefit a full-time student who is a member of the church of Christ and demonstrates need of assistance.

COLLEGE OF PHARMACY FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP FUND:  Established by the inaugural faculty of the Harding University College of Pharmacy to recognize superior talent within the student body of the College of Pharmacy. Preference shall be given to applicants who have attended the College of Pharmacy for at least one year and possess strong leadership ability, academic promise and exemplify the ideals of Harding.

SILAS AND JEWELL PHILLIPS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR PREACHING: Established by Jewell Phillips of Pea Ridge, Ark., for students enrolled in the Center for Advanced Ministry Training-BMIN who plan to preach.

CHARLES AND GERALDINE POOLE ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by their children to honor Mr. and Mrs. Poole for their lifelong service through word and song for English or music majors.

VERNON C. AND NORA T. PORTER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Vernon C. and Nora T. Porter. Preference given to students from the Magnolia, Ark., area; secondary preference given to applicants from Southern Arkansas.

PREENGINEERING/ENGINEERING ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Wilson and Marjorie Shope for students enrolled in preengineering or engineering when such a major is offered to benefit full-time students who maintain a satisfactory grade point average and have a good reputation among faculty and students.

PREMEDICAL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: A $500 scholarship for full-time premedicine students with a 3.25 GPA.

DUANE E. PRIEST MEMORIAL FUND: Established by friends in memory of Duane E. Priest for premedical students.

PRISCILLA FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP FUND: The primary purpose of this fund is to get the Good News of Jesus to people in foreign countries (Matthew 28:19). An additional purpose of this fund is to help female Christians who desire to do and be involved in the Lord's work. Hence, applicants who are foreign-born female students shall be given preference.

PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL SERVICES (PRO-MED) SCHOLARSHIP: Established by the company to assist students from White and Cleburne Counties in Arkansas.

PROMISE ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: To benefit students who have participated in the Harding Advance Program and are entering their junior or senior year. Consideration will be based on demonstration of effort, attendance, academic progress and spiritual, emotional and social development.

WAYNE AND SANDIE SMITH PROPST SCHOLARSHIP IN MEMORY OF CORINNE BELL SMITH AND JESSE H. SMITH: Established by Wayne and Sandie Smith Propst of Tyler, Texas, in memory of Sandie's parents. Preference shall be given to students majoring in Social Work.

PROVIDENT ENDOWMENT FUND: Established for full-time students who demonstrate leadership, diligence, capability and financial need.

DR. JOE & BESSIE MAE PRYOR ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Created in honor of Dr. Joe and Bessie Mae Pryor upon their retirement. This fund will be used for Presidential Scholarships for incoming students to the University.

NEALE AND TREVA PRYOR ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Treva Pryor of Searcy, Arkansas, for students pursuing a degree from the College of Bible and Ministry.

JAMES WILKES PUGH SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the will of James Wilkes Pugh of Amarillo, Texas, for students majoring in the natural sciences and maintaining a "B" average. Priority to students who reside in the Ozark Moun­tains of north­ern Arkansas and north-eastern Oklahoma.

RADCLIFFE-SIDES ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Tommie and Melinda Sides to honor their parents. Scholarship recipients shall be enrolled as full-time students and shall consider scholarship, leadership, diligence, demonstrated capability and financial need. Recipients shall maintain a satisfactory grade point average.

NITA McGLOTHLIN RAMPEY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established in her memory by her husband to assist outstanding young men and women.

A.K. RAMSEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established in memory and honor of A.K. Ramsey for his 35 years of service as a preacher for the churches of Christ in Louisiana to provide scholarships for Bible majors. Preference is given to students from Louisiana.

RANDALL FOOD MARKET SCHOLARSHIP: Established for the American Studies Program.

READER'S DIGEST FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP FUND: An endowment fund whose income provides scholarship aid to deserving students.

CHESTER E. REAL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Bequeathed to Harding University from estate of Chester E. Real. Special preference is for students who are studying to be a preacher and are in the College of Bible and Religion, Center for Advanced Ministry Training-BMIN, or the Graduate School of Religion. No part of the fund may be used for athletic scholarships.

JAMES WALTER AND VIRGINIA LOUISE REAVES SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the Reaves to benefit students who are preparing to preach full time.

JULIA ANN REED ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Dwaine and Shirley Reed in memory of their daughter. Recipients must have a grade point average of 3.0 and not exceeding 3.25.

REELY/COCHRAN MANAGEMENT AWARD: Established in honor of Bob Reely and B.P. Cochran. Scholarship awards are given annually to students majoring in business management who are outstanding in their studies; preference given to junior and senior students.

IVAN REGIDA ENDOWED MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established in memory of Ivan Regida to provide financial assistance to seniors who are majoring in international business, are Russian nationals or descendants of Ivan Regida.

REGIONS BUSINESS LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Preference is for students in the College of Business Administration and from Searcy area. Regions Bank supplies funds annually.

KIM RICHARDS SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Mr. and Mrs. M.T. Richards in memory of their daughter for worthy students from southern Illinois or southern Florida.

DR. MORGAN A. RICHARDSON MEMORIAL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the family in memory of Morgan Richardson. Preference to applicants who are students seeking a vocal major degree in the Department of Music.

JOHN F. AND SHIRLEY RICHEY MEMORIAL ENDOWED BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Billie Richey Wonders in memory of her parents because of their love for the Lord, His church and Christian education. Qualified recipients would be full-time junior or senior business majors with GPA 3.0 or higher who demonstrate current or past work history that shows they are committed to providing part of their own financial support.

RICHIE'S SPECIALTY PHARMACY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP  Established by Richie and Carissa Ray of Montgomery, Texas. Preference shall be given to applicants who are graduate students in the College of Pharmacy or undergraduate students pursuing coursework leading to advanced study in Pharmacy education.

WILLA MAE RICHTER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barr in memory of Mrs. Barr's mother to provide financial as­sis­tance to worthy students.

GEORGE M. ROBERTS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Provides financial assistance to a deserving senior who has financial need.

HERBERT AND BETTYE ROBERTSON SCHOLARSHIP FUND: For a financially deserving White County resident who is achieving a satisfactory academic record.

HARVEY AND AMY ROBINS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to financially assist full-time theatre majors.

SARAH ROBISON ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Created by her husband in honor and memory of Sarah Robison, who was a dorm mother when Sears Residence Hall, then the "New Girls' Dorm," was opened. Sarah, who had a love for the young women, served as dorm mother for five years. Preference for this scholarship is given to young women who demonstrate financial need. Also, preference is given to young women in need who have been in a children's home supported by members of the Church of Christ or congregations of the Church of Christ, daughters of preachers of the Gospel, and daughters of missionaries.

LAWRENCE AND VERNICE RODERICK ORPHAN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to assist deserving students with special consideration given to orphans. Awards are based on need, scholastic ability, diligence, and industriousness.

ROLLER FUNERAL HOMES ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the Roller family of Little Rock, primarily for students from Arkansas.

CHARLES ELLIS ROOKS MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT FUND: Established in memory of Charles Ellis Rooks by his mother and the University's Board of Trustees and administration. This fund is for faculty salaries, development and enrichment and for scholarships to students, based on need.

SUE ROPER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Sidney Roper in loving memory of his wife, Sue Roper, to provide financial assistance to deserving students.

KENNETH ROSE SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the family and friends of Kenneth Rose to honor his memory for students exemplifying his qualities. Students must be entering their senior year, having completed at least three semesters at Harding.

BRIAN A. SANDERS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established through the estate of Mrs. Violet Sanders of Huntsville, Ala., in memory of her son Brian (1982) who passed away in 1999. Preference shall be given first, to students enrolled in the College of Nursing; then, to students enrolled in the College of Bible and Religion and who have 2.5 GPA or higher.

L.O. SANDERSON MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP: Established to honor L.O. Sanderson and to assist upper-class music majors who have a 3.0 GPA, have financial need, and are actively involved in vocal church music.

WALTER C. SANDERSON ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND:  Established by Walter C. Sanderson of Garland, Texas, through residuum of a charitable gift annuity. Preference shall be given to students who are degree-seeking candidates in the College of Nursing and in the College of Bible and Religion.

JEANETTE POMIER SCHUMACHER AND SUZANNE POMIER STARK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to provide scholarships to nursing majors with the greatest need.

STANLEY S. SCHWARTZ, M.D. ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP: Created by Mrs. Stanley S. Schwartz in memory of her husband. Scholarship recipients will be students majoring in premedicine and have demonstrated financial need and shall maintain a satisfactory grade point average and a good reputation among faculty and students.

GLADYS SETLIFF CHANCELLOR'S ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP: Established in memory of their mother by Mark and Susan Wallis and Levon and Gail Deputy. This fund is for students who pursue a degree in education, business administration or engineering.

ANN RICHMOND SEWELL AND EDWARD G. SEWELL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Mrs. Edith H. Richmond, mother of Ann Sewell, to honor the Sewells for their many years of service on the faculty at Harding. Awards are made on the basis of need, scholarship and capability.

ROBERT ELMER AND IONA LENORE SHACKELFORD BIBLE SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by their son, Dr. Don Shackelford, to honor their memory and assist students majoring in Bible, Biblical languages, or missions.

ARTHUR L. SHEARIN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established for senior students majoring in music education who exemplify a commitment to scholarship, proven performance, prospects for successful teaching and financial need.

HERBERT R. AND KATHERINE A. SHERROW JR. ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Herbert R. and Katherine A. Sherrow for the critical need of the continuation and growth of the Church and to develop effective, Bible-based pulpit ministers. The Sherrows established this fund to encourage and assist students in this goal. Those students enrolled in the Center for Advanced Ministry Training-BMIN preparing to be a full-time minister of the Gospel qualify for this scholarship, with first preference given to students preparing for a pulpit-preaching ministry.

DEWEY SHIRLEY SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the family of Mr. Shirley to provide scholarship aid to junior or senior students majoring in Bible.

MR. AND MRS. FORREST SHMIDL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established for full-time students majoring in Bible, Biblical languages or religious education.

DR. CATHLEEN SHULTZ SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by her husband, Dr. Sam L. Shultz, for students majoring in nursing.

PEGGY HALTOM SHUMATE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established in memory of Peggy Haltom Shumate by family and to honor her by assisting worthy students attend Harding. Applicants must maintain a satisfactory grade point average and have a good reputation among faculty and students alike; also, the desire and plan of the applicant must be to be active in Christian service upon graduation. Scholarship recipients are encouraged, but not required, to repay their scholarship grants as they are able. This will increase the funds available for future generation of students.

RUSSELL L. AND MYRTLE SIMMONS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Mrs. Russell L. Simmons, friends, and associates to provide scholarship grants to junior or senior journalism majors.

FINANCIAL AID FOR SINGLE WOMEN FUND: Created for financial aid for single women in the College of Bible and Religion.

REBA F. SLOAN DIETETIC SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established for students actively pursuing acceptance into a dietetic internship, being a junior or senior majoring in dietetics, having completed at least one semester at Harding prior to applying, having a cumulative GPA of 3.5, and showing evidence of high moral and ethical standards.

GAYLON AND DEANNA SMITH ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP: Established by Keith Smith and Craig Smith to honor their parents, Gaylon and Deanna Smith, to provide support for students in various areas of ministry in Churches of Christ. Deanna served on the Board of Trustees of Harding University for 13 years.

JIMMY AND DONNA SMITH ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Donna Smith and her son, Steve, both of Clinton, Ark., in honor of the late Jimmy Smith. Provides scholarships for students from Van Buren County, Ark.

SMITTY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR THEATRE: Established by Patricia Smith (Class of '59) of Decatur, Georgia, to honor her father C. G. (Smitty) Smith, to equip students as Christians who are proficient theatre artists and educators.

RALPH AND JANE SMOOT SCHOLARSHIP FUND; A Fund of Jack Lewis Scholarship Fund of Harding University Graduate School of Religion: Established by Ralph and Jane Smoot to provide scholarships for students who attend Harding University Graduate School of Religion.

STEPHEN W. SMOOT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smoot to honor the memory of Stephen W. Smoot and to assist primarily junior and senior nursing majors who are dedicated to mission work.

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Michael and Rita Osbourne for full-time students from Southern California. Applicants must maintain a satisfactory grade point average and have a good reputation among faculty and students.

JAMES AND NELL STAMATIS SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Ken and Amy Stamatis in honor of James and Nell Stamatis. Special preference will be given to full-time students in the M.Ed. Reading Program.

G. ERWIN AND MAUDE ANSEL STAUFFER SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Maude Ansel Stauffer of Athens, Ohio, for students majoring in Bible, missions, or education, or one who is an orphan or from a family serving as missionaries in a foreign country.

A.J. AND ETHEL PUMPHREYS STEPHENS SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Provides scholarships of $750 each to four Stephens Scholars annually.

ALVIN O. STEVENS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established for full-time juniors or seniors majoring in Bible-related fields, with preference given to those intending to be full-time foreign missionaries or chaplains.

RALPH STIRMAN SCHOLARSHIP: Established by friends and relatives of Ralph Stirman, a member of the Class of '42.

WILLIAM E. SR. AND ALICE JO STOKES ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by family and friends of William E. Sr. and Alice Jo Stokes to provide financial assistance to deserving students. Preference will be given to students who are members of the Airline Drive Church of Christ, residents of the Bossier City or Shreveport, La., areas or descendants of William E. Sr. and Alice Jo Stokes.

LEROY STRAIN BIBLE MAJOR ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established for students who are majoring in ministry or Bible and have a GPA of at least 2.0.

EVERT STROUD AND LOUISE STROUD TUCKER NURSING SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Louise Stroud Tucker to provide scholarships for students in the College of Nursing who show financial need.

H.J. AND MARY FLORA SUDBURY MEMORIAL WORLD EVANGELISM SCHOLARSHIP: Established by H.J. Sudbury and his sons in memory of his wife for deserving students involved in world evangelism.

SUMMITT FAMILY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP: Established by Paul Clayton Summitt of Niceville, Florida, to honor his parents William Knox and Maurine Burch Summitt, who were active in the Searcy community for many years. Dr. Summitt served as teacher, registrar and chairman of the department of education during his 32 years of service to Harding. Preference shall be given to students majoring in education.

SUN VALLEY CHURCH OF CHRIST SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the Sun Valley Church of Christ in Houston to benefit students enrolled in the Center for Advanced Ministry Training-BMIN or the College of Bible and Religion.

JENNILLE CHALENBURG SUTTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to assist students who plan to pursue careers in biomedical, nursing, and allied health fields.

JOSEPH H. AND JENNILLE CHALENBURG SUTTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by his wife, Jennille Chalenburg Sutton, for students majoring in Bible and religion, Biblical languages, missions, religious education, youth ministry, and vocational ministry.

BURL AND DORA TATE ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Burl and Dora Tate to provide scholarships to full-time students with financial need, with preference given to students from Arkansas. Awards are based on financial need, scholastic ability, diligence, industriousness, and potential for service to the church.

VAN AND JEAN TATE ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established for third- and/or fourth-year missions majors or third- and/or fourth-year Bible majors or students in the Center for Advanced Ministry Training-BMIN.

TBA SCHOLARSHIP: Established to financially assist full-time or part-time junior/senior students majoring in mass communication with a goal of pursuing a career in broadcast television.

ASHLEY C. AND ELEANOR M. THOMAS SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Ashley C. and Eleanor M. Thomas, of Rogers, Ark. Preference shall be given to students with financial need. Because of Mr. Thomas' love and playing of music and Mrs. Thomas' long service as a nurse, scholarships are to be granted to students studying music and students studying to become nurses.

ASHLEY CHESTER THOMAS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OF HARDING UNIVERSITY: Established by Ashley Chester Thomas of Searcy, Arkansas. Preference shall be given to applicants who are pursuing a degree in the College of Business Administration. Scholarships shall be issued to students pursuing any major in the College of Business Administration or pursuing a major in Economics.

A.J. THOMPSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established in memory of Dr. A.J. Thompson by his family and to financially assist incoming students majoring in premedicine.

LOTT AND MAE ANN TUCKER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the family of Lott and Mae Ann Tucker to honor them and to financially assist full-time students. Special consideration will be given to applicants from middle-income families who have difficulty securing adequate financing to attend.

ULREY-THORNTON ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by the Ulrey family to honor Evan Ulrey's sister, Wilma M. Ulrey, Betty Ulrey's parents, Raymond H. Thornton, Sr., and Wilma Stephens Thornton, and Evan and Betty Ulrey. Preference shall be given to applicants who are pursuing a major in the Department of Communication of the College of Arts and Humanities.

VENEZUELAN MISSIONARY CHILDREN'S SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Applicants shall be enrolled as full-time students and be a child whose parent is or has been a missionary who is a member of the churches of Christ and has been in the mission field of Venezuela 15 years or more. The missionary need not be in the mission field at the time of enrollment of the scholarship recipient.

JODY AND LOUISE VENKATESAN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Harding alumni to financially assist students living east of the Mississippi River with GPA 3.0 or higher.

VETERANS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS: Established by an anonymous donor with preference given to students who are veterans of the armed services in the Physician Assistants Program.

HUGH AND JEANNINE WAGNON ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Hugh and Jeannine Wagnon. This fund is for students with financial need, maintaining a satisfactory grade point average. Special consideration will be given to the family of Hugh and Jeannine Wagnon.

VESTER AND CHARLENE WALDRON ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by David and Betsy Waldron in honor of David's parents. Special preference is given to those applicants that are graduates of Middle Tennessee Christian School, members of the LaVergne Church of Christ, residents of Rutherford County, or residents of middle Tennessee.

CHARLES WALKER - AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP: Created in honor and memory of Charles Walker. Applicants should be marketing majors.

FRED B. WALKER ENDOWED MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established in memory of Fred B. Walker for students who demonstrate financial need and obtain a satisfactory grade point.

AGATHA CULPEPPER WALLACE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND:  Established by Ralph Wallace and Julie Hixson-Wallace to honor the memory of Mrs. Wallace for students of the Harding University College of Pharmacy.

WAYNE WALLACE CAMT SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Created by the Wayne Wallace Estate to help young preachers of the Gospel to get their Bible education. Preference is for students in the Center for Advanced Ministry Training-BMIN.

WALLE FAMILY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Michael and Lori Walle of Edmond, Okla., to provide scholarships for students with financial need. Preference given to students who are eligible for federal need-based grants and candidates whose family contribution narrowly exceeds financial criterion for federal grants.

LUCY A. WALLING SCHOLARSHIP: Es­tab­lished by Mrs. Walling's will for stu­dents majoring in Theatre. Students with demonstrated financial need are given preference.

SAM M. WALTON MEMORIAL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP: Established by the Paul Carter family in memory of Mr. Walton. Awards based on scholarship, capability, and reputation, with special consideration given to business majors.

THE WALTON SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM: Established by Sam and Helen Walton of Bentonville, Ark., to provide full scholarships to students from Central America.

MAMIE WATERS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established to honor the memory of a mother who desired only the best for her children and ensured her children attended a Christian college. Special preference will be given to applicants from the Southeast United States.

GRACE WELLS SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Created by Grace G. Wells of Berkeley, Calif., a student at Galloway College, for deserving women.

VELMA RUTH WEST SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Dr. W.B. West Jr. and friends to honor the memory of Mrs. West for students showing unusual proficiency in Greek.

LANNY G. WILDMAN MEMORIAL FUND: Established by the Shennan R. Wildman family of Moro, Ill., in memory of their son, Lanny, to assist a Bible major.

BILL WILLIAMS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR FRESHMEN: Established in honor of the Professor Emeritus and former chairman of chemistry in order to provide financial assistance to incoming freshmen majoring in chemistry or biochemistry. Apply through the Department of Chemistry.

BILL WILLIAMS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR SOPHOMORES: Established to honor Dr. Bill Williams by Mr. and Mrs. Mike White. Applicant should be a sophomore with a minimum G.P.A. of 2.0 with a chemistry or biochemistry major.

ELRAY AND JODY WILSON ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Elray and Jody Wilson of Kerrville, Texas, to provide scholarships to qualified students. Preference shall be given to students with financial need.

WINDSTREAM SCHOLARSHIP: Established by Windstream Corporation, Little Rock, Arkansas, to provide scholarships to qualified students in the Paul R. Carter College of Business.

WITT FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by Willis and Lois Witt of Houston for deserving students.

CLARENCE AND LYNN WOLFE ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP. Established by Clarence and Lynn Wolfe of Searcy, Arkansas. Preference shall be given to applicants who are first-year students with good high school records, U. S. citizens, and are eligible for financial aid at Harding. Recipients must maintain a 3.0 grade point average to continue to qualify for the scholarship.

DOROTHY S. WRIGHT SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Created by Drs. Brian Alexander and Daniel Sears to honor Dr. Wright and to provide financial assistance for French or modern foreign language majors.

TIMOTHY E. YATES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND: For juniors and seniors majoring in math, computer science, biological science, or physical science with a GPA of 3.4 in their major and a cumulative GPA of 3.2.

LOUIE YINGLING FAMILY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Established by George Louie Yingling of Pangburn, Ark., to honor the Yingling family. Louie Yingling, who attended Harding for the academic year ending in 1938, always loved Harding and felt her mission to train preachers of the Gospel. Preference shall be given to qualified students who are Bible majors.

YOUTH MINISTRY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND: Priority will be given to students or prospective students seeking a degree in youth ministry. Priority will also be given to students or prospective students from Central Kentucky, followed by students from other parts of Kentucky and Tennessee. If the applicant is a current student, he or she should have and maintain a 3.0 grade point average to qualify for a scholarship.

Loan Funds

Loan Funds are established for the specific purpose of providing financial aid to qualified students. Recipients are determined by administrative personnel. Loans are awarded to junior or senior undergraduate students with a GPA of 2.5 or higher and who show need. These loans carry an interest rate of 8 percent and repayment terms of six years.

SAMUEL ARRINGTON LOAN FUND: Established by Gervis J. Arrington of Stephens in memory of his grandfather.

DR. GEORGE S. BENSON STUDENT LOAN FUND: Established by the faculty in honor of Dr. Benson's election as Arkansan of 1953.

MALCOLM AND SYLVIA DEAL BOWEN ENDOWED STUDENT LOAN FUND: Established by the children of Malcolm and Sylvia Deal Bowen to honor them and to provide emergency loan funding to qualified applicants. Recipients will be asked to repay the loan amount within one year of disbursement.

CHARLES BRADLEY MEMORIAL LOAN FUND: Established in memory of C.L. Bradley of Searcy.

PHYLLIS COOKE MEMORIAL LOAN FUND: Established by James R. Cooke in memory of his wife.

CHUCK DEAN MEMORIAL LOAN FUND: Established by the family of Mr. Dean.

DURRINGTON LOAN FUND: Established by Victor Durrington; with preference to students who plan to work as church education directors.

MR. AND MRS. JIM G. FERGUSON STUDENT LOAN FUND: Established by Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson of Evanston, Ill.

JAMES FERNANDEZ LOAN FUND: Established by Mr. Fernandez; with preference to those majoring in Bible, biblical languages or missions.

MRS. MILDRED J. FERRELL LOAN FUND: Established by family and friends to provide assistance to worthy students.

W.C. FRANCE STUDENT LOAN FUND: Established by Mrs. W.C. France to help needy students attend Harding.

C.L. GANUS LOAN FUND: Established by C.L. Ganus, Sr., of New Orleans, La., for deserving students who could not otherwise attend college.

CHARLES KENNETH AND MARIE SCHELL HAMMON LOAN FUND: Established by Mrs. Charles Kenneth Hammon for juniors and seniors.

BOYCE AND JEWELL HAWKINS STUDENT LOAN FUND: Established to help needy students attend Harding.

LAWRENCE G. HAYS LOAN FUND: Established with preference to Bible or missions majors.

DEWEY BELLA HEBBARD MEMORIAL LOAN FUND: Established by Mrs. Charles Kenneth Hammon in memory of Mr. Hebbard.

ARTHUR E. HILLMAN BUSINESS STUDENT LOAN FUND: Established by Arthur E. Hillman of Honolulu, Hawaii; with preference to business students.

MARY B. JACK PREACHER'S LOAN FUND: Es­tab­lished with preference to young men preparing to preach the gospel.

H.R. KENDALL LOAN FUND: Provided by H.R. Kendall of Chicago.

HOWARD NOLAN LEMMONS MEMORIAL LOAN FUND: Established in 1969 in memory of Howard Lemmons.

MRS. CECILE B. LEWIS MEMORIAL LOAN FUND: Established by H.E. Johnmeyer as a memorial to Mrs. Lewis.

W.P. AND BULAH LUSE OPPORTUNITY TRUST FUND: Established by Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Luse of Dallas; with preference to preengineering students.

MONTGOMERY-SUMMIT MEMORIAL FUND: Established by colleagues of the Education Department and other friends of Dr. Clyde R. Montgomery and Dr. W.K. Summit.

NEW LEAD BELT LOAN FUND: Established by Christians at Viburnum, Mo.

DELLA NICHOLAS LOAN FUND: Established by the will of Della Nicholas of Huntington, W.Va.

HAROLD D. PORTER STUDENT LOAN FUND: Established by Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Porter as a memorial to their son; with preference to students who were raised in Christian children's homes.

VERNON C. AND NORA T. PORTER LOAN FUND: Established by their children to assist needy juniors and seniors; with preference given to married students.

HELEN GRAYSON REEVES LOAN FUND: Established by Kathryn Reeves Jean for loans to students who show need; with preference to students majoring in business.

CATHERINE W. RIGGS STUDENT LOAN FUND: Established by Catherine W. Riggs for students who show need.

SIDNEY RUBY MEMORIAL LOAN FUND: Established by his wife and children.

LIZZA HALL SCHELL MEMORIAL LOAN FUND: Established in 1972 by Mrs. Marie Schell Hammon and Mrs. Oleva Schell Hebbard in memory of their mother.

MR. AND MRS. JESSE P. SEWELL LOAN FUND: Established with preference to ministry students.

CARL AND CECIL SHORES MEMORIAL STUDENT LOAN FUND: Established by the family of Carl and Cecil Shores of Cave Springs, Ark.

WILLIAM WAYNE SMITH, MARJORIE HARDEN, AND HERMAN K. SMITH MEMORIAL LOAN FUND FOR NURSING: Provides loans for students; with preference to nursing students planning careers in research.

WITT STEPHENS MEMORIAL STUDENT LOAN FUND: Established with preference to students from Arkansas who show need.

MR. AND MRS. LEE C. UNDERWOOD LOAN FUND: Established by Dr. and Mrs. John Gill Underwood to assist deserving students; with preference to those from northwest Louisiana.

ANITA WELLS LOAN FUND: Established by Anita Wells of California to provide assistance to deserving students.

ENDOWED CHAIRS ROBERT ROY AND CALLIE MAE COONS CHAIR OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE: Established by Irma Coons Terpenning in honor of her parents, former professors and department heads at Harding. The chair provides the salary and expenses for one faculty member in the allied health sciences area, making funds available for personal library acquisitions, research, professional development and teaching aids.

WILLIAM AND DORIS FULKS DISTINGUISHED CHAIR OF THE COLLEGE OF BIBLE AND RELIGION: Established by William and Doris Fulks of Apopka, Fla., to enhance the level of teaching and learning from the biblical perspective of world religions and cults in both the College of Bible & Religion and the University.

Endowment Funds

Endowment Funds are those for which donors have stipulated that the principal of the fund is to remain inviolate in perpetuity and is to be invested for the purpose of producing income. The income may be expended only for the purpose specified by the donor.

CLAUDETTE ALEXANDER ENDOWED FUND FOR CHILDREN'S LITERATURE: Established in memory and honor of Claudette Alexander for the development of a high quality repository of children's literature, music, CDs, tapes, etc. A second purpose for the funds will be to secure noted speakers, programs or equipment that will enhance the education and training of students in elementary education.

AMERICAN FOUNDERS ENDOWMENT: Established by the founders of the American Founders Insurance Company. Income is used for the general operation of the University.

KENNETH PAUL ARD MEMORIAL FUND: Established by the family of Kenneth Paul Ard. Provides grants to Chorus members for participation in summer campaigns.

J.N. AND WOODSON HARDING ARMSTRONG MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT FUND: Established by Gertrude Paine Deese, niece of the Armstrongs, in their memory and honor. Income is used for the general operation of the University.

JONATHAN EDWARD BEDWELL MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT FUND: Established by family and friends of Jonathan Edward Bedwell, a student at Harding at the time of his death. Income is used for the general operation of the University.

CLARK DAVID BELDEN ENDOWMENT FUND: Established by Lomanco, Inc. of Jacksonville, Ark., in memory of its founder, Clark David Belden. Income endows the Center for Private Enterprise Education.

MURRAY AND FLOY BILLINGSLEY ENDOWMENT FUND: Established by Murray Billingsley to fund disbursements for Bible faculty to travel and study in the Holy Lands.

RANDALL H. AND MARY BALES BRANNON ENDOWMENT FUND: Established by the family in memory of Randall H. Brannon and in honor of Mary Bales Brannon. Income is used for the general operation of the University.

HOMER R. AND INA ILAINE BRADFORD ENDOWMENT FUND: Established through their charitable remainder unitrust for general operations of the University.

CHRIS BROADAWAY MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT FUND: Established in memory of Chris Broadaway for the purchase of Christian literature for the library and to assist library student assistants in mission endeavors.

DALE AND JOAN COLEMAN FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES ENDOWMENT FUNDS. Established by Dale and Joan Coleman through their estate plan. The Coleman's provided endowment funds for three areas in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences. First area is to enhance the department by providing visiting professors, library enrichment, faculty development, and enrich the teaching and learning environment. Second area is to fund the Distinguished Lecture Series, bring nationally recognized eminent thinkers and leaders in the profession to enrich the educational opportunities of students , faculty and the community. Third area is to provide support for faculty pursuing a doctorial degree in family and consumer sciences.

MATTHEW AND MARY BROWN CREGGER ENDOWMENT - TRACK/CROSS COUNTRY: Established for students participating in intercollegiate track and field or cross country.

KENNETH DAVIS JR. ENDOWMENT FUND: Established by friends of the long-time director of the A Cappella Chorus and chairman of the department of music. Income is used for special needs of the Department of Music.

FACULTY SALARY ENDOWMENT FUND: Established by gifts from the Reader's Digest. Income is applied to faculty salaries.

FORD FOUNDATION ENDOWMENT: Established by the Ford Foundation in 1956. Income is used for the general operation of the University.

FRIENDS OF HARDING HISTORY HOUSE ENDOWMENT FUND: Established to assist with the maintenance of the Galloway College gates and the AWH Harding History House.

JULIA BELUE GAMMILL MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT FUND: Established by family and friends in memory of Julia Belue Gammill. Income is used for the general operation of the University.

CLIFTON L. GANUS JR. AND LOUIS GANUS FAMILY FOUNDATION FUND: A donor-advised fund established to honor the Ganus family to help fund various ministries of Harding University.

T.A. ISAACS MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT FUND: Established in memory of T.A. Isaacs by family for students for mission campaigns.

HARRY R. KENDALL FUND: Established by Harry R. Kendall in 1958 through a gift of stock. Income is divided between the American Studies Institute and faculty salaries.

DENNIS AND SAIDE LEGGETT ENDOWED FUND FOR THE AMERICAN STUDIES INSTITUTE: Established by Dennis and Saide Leggett of Batesville, Ark., to support the ongoing purpose of the American Studies Institute by helping to bring speakers to campus to discuss issues relevant to the United States business political system.

PEARL G. AND ANNA LEWIS MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT FUND: Established in memory of W.C. and Anna Lewis. Income is used for the Harding Graduate School of Religion Library.

E.M. AND KATHRYN MCKINNEY ENDOWEMENT FUND: Established from their estate for the American Studies Institute National Leadership Forum and the general operation of the University.

F.D. AND MATTIE McNUTT ENDOWED FUND: Established by the family to honor their memory. Income is used to purchase equipment for the department of physical science.

ERLE T. AND MONA MOORE CHAIR OF VOCAL INSTRUCTION: One of the purposes of this fund is for financial aid for graduate students working with the chair holder.

MARY K. MURPHY ENDOWMENT FUND FOR THE SEARCY SUMMER DINNER THEATRE AT HARDING UNIVERSITY: Established by Charles A. Murphy in honor of his mother, Mary K. Murphy, and for the support of the Searcy Summer Dinner Theatre.

MARGARET PLUMMER RESEARCH ENDOWMENT FUND: Established by friends and family of Margaret Plummer and faculty in the Biology Department to provide funding for student research projects in biology.

DR. JOE PRYOR ENDOWMENT FUND FOR THE COLLEGE OF SCIENCES: Established by Irma Terpenning to honor "Dr. Joe" for his inspiring spiritual and academic influence on many young lives. His example in speech, life, love, faith and purity will continue through the many who have been privileged to know Dr. Joe. This fund is to enhance the level of teaching and learning in the College of Sciences by providing funds for scholarships, laboratories and faculty development.

DR. RICHARD ROBERT AND BERTHA RUSSELL ENDOWMENT FUND: Established Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Russell and Jwill H. and Elizabeth Russell Sims for the premedical program to assist in the preparation and training of young people to enter the health services field.

MARTHA RUTH SIMMONS FUND FOR NURSING: This fund was established by the family of Martha Ruth Simmons in her honor. This fund is to augment, enhance and strengthen the College of Nursing and to furnish and maintain the Martha Ruth Simmons Nursing Laboratory; and if available, to be allocated to faculty development activities and other expenses incurred by the College of Nursing.

SUZANNE F. SPURRIER LIBRARY SPECIAL PROJECTS ENDOWMENT FUND: Established by the estate of Suzanne Spurrier to fund special projects, especially those unforeseen in the budgeting process, for Brackett Library.

STEPHENS CENTER FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ENDOWMENT FUND: Established by Jack Stephens in conjunction with the American Studies Institute to fund a college scholarship program for students from the 17 delta counties of Arkansas.

TEACHER ACHIEVEMENT AWARD ENDOWMENT FUND: Established to fund teacher achievement awards based on classroom instruction, application of professional skills for community advancement, and moral and spiritual behavior over a meaningful period of time.

LAMBERT WALLACE ENDOWMENT FUND: Established in memory of Lambert Wallace. Income is used for the general operation of the University.

NINA GRAYSON WARNOCK ENDOWMENT FUND: Established by her daughter and three granddaughters in memory of Nina Grayson Warnock, a former member of the Harding University Board of Trustees. Income is used for the general operation of the University.

W.B. WEST JR., LECTURE ENDOWMENT FUND: Established in honor of W.B. West, Jr. Income is used to endow the annual Harding Graduate School of Religion Lectureship program.

WHARTON ENDOWMENT FOR CREATIVE WRITING: This fund shall be used for promoting department publications or programs having to do with creative writing, including the Jo Cleveland Creative Writing Contest, providing honoraria for guest lecturers and funding creative writing contests or similar awards.

DR. THOMAS C. WHITFIELD SR. AND KATHLEEN WHITFIELD MEMORIAL FUND: Established by Dr. Thomas C. Whitfield Jr. and Dr. Jeff David Whitfield to provide operating funds for the College of Education.

HELEN H. WILSON ENDOWMENT FUND: Established by Helen H. Wilson of Searcy. Income is used for the general operation of the University

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