Scholarships

Each year AAUW Lock Haven holds a used book sale that raises funds to support college scholarships for women in Clinton County. Both undergraduate and graduate scholarships are available to women who are Clinton County residents either (A) at the time of submitting their applications, or (B) if currently a student, immediately before the start of the current degree program.

Eligible applicants must be:

  • Women in Clinton County with financial need
  • Women enrolled in an undergraduate program (and at least 3 years beyond high school graduation, i.e. a “non-traditional” student)
  • Women enrolled in a graduate program

The graduate scholarship is named in honor of the late Marilyn Gardner, a past President of the Lock Haven AAUW Branch, and past member of the AAUW Pennsylvania Division Executive Board. An applicant for a graduate scholarship must have been accepted at an accredited college or university in a graduate degree program, and must meet the above residency requirement.

2016 AAUW Lock Haven scholarship winners. From left to right are Educational Foundation co-chair, Dr. Julie Story, Rebecca Eaton, Jennifer Lange, Lana Kephart, Stephanie Walizer, and Brenna Tripp.

2016 AAUW Lock Haven scholarship winners. From left to right are Educational Foundation co-chair, Dr. Julie Story, Rebecca Eaton, Jennifer Lange, Lana Kephart, Stephanie Walizer, and Brenna Tripp.

2017 Undergraduate Scholarship Winners:

Tanessa Dickey, Lock Haven University
Jena Griffin, Lock Haven University
Megan Tomb, Lock Haven University
Brenna Tripp, Lock Haven University
2017 Graduate Scholarship Winners:
Kelsey Allison, Marywood University
Rebecca Eaton, University of Alabama
Theresa Johnson, University of California-Santa Cruz
Brooke Miller $500, West Chester University