Financial Aid and Scholarships

KATHLEEN M. SCIACCHETANO
Director

PATRICK DIETRICH
Associate Director

LISA SIMMS-THOMAS
Assistant Director


Office of Student Aid and Scholarships
202 Himes Hall
225/388-3103
FAX 225/578-6300
WEBSITE www.lsu.edu/finacialaid


LSU awards scholarships in the form of full and partial tuition exemptions, cash stipends, and employment opportunities to students who meet certain academic qualifications.

The scholarships listed for entering freshmen are awarded mainly on the basis of standardized test scores (ACT/SAT) and high school academic records. Students from under-represented populations may be selected on the basis of alternate criteria.

In addition to the scholarship programs, the LSU Office of Student Aid and Scholarships administers a number of federally funded financial aid programs totaling approximately $82 million annually for students who qualify on the basis of need.

Additional information concerning the programs listed in this section is available in the Student Aid and Scholarships handbook.

LSU SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE TO ENTERING FRESHMEN

Most awards listed below are valid for one year of undergraduate study. Each may be renewed annually as long as the recipient meets academic requirements. The maximum term of the award is four years or until the recipient receives an undergraduate degree, whichever occurs first.

Louisiana residents selected for the scholarships listed below will likely qualify for tuition assistance and cash stipends through the state's TOPS program. See the section titled "Louisiana's Tuition Opportunity Program for Students, TOPS."

Chancellor's Alumni Scholarships

These scholarships are funded through the LSU Alumni Association and through endowments made to the University by Gordon D. Cain and Fred H. Fenn. Candidates must have either an American College Test (ACT) composite score of at least 33 or a Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) score of at least 1450, as well as an overall high school average of "A" in English, mathematics, social studies, and natural sciences. The students selected receive either:

• A cash award of $12,000 ($3,000 per year) over a four year period
or

• A cash award of $4,000 ($1,000 per year) and an on campus room and board scholarship. The room and board scholarship covers the cost of a two student, air conditioned room and the Resident Tiger meal plan.

Recipients also receive an opportunity to earn an additional $6,200 ($1,550 per year) through participation in the Chancellor's Scholars Engaged in Undergraduate Research program. Through this program students are assigned to work with individual faculty members engaged in research projects.

LSU Merit/Achievement
Scholarships

Only National Merit/Achievement Finalists who have indicated LSU as their first choice school are eligible for consideration. National Merit/Achievement Scholars receive:

•A cash scholarship sponsored by the LSU Alumni Association ranging from $3,000 to $8,000 ($750 - $2,000 per year) over a four-year period.

•Recipients also receive an opportunity to earn an additional $6,200 ($1,550 per year) through participation in the Chancellor's Scholars Engaged in Undergraduate Research program. Through this program students are assigned to work with individual faculty members engaged in research projects.
Nonresident students also receive a tuition exemption scholarship for nonresidents.

LSU Alumni
Association Scholarships

Excellent standardized test scores and an excellent high school academic record are required. Each of the 100 recipients will receive:

•A cash scholarship from the LSU Alumni Association of $4,000 ($1,000 per year) over a four-year period.

•Recipients also receive an opportunity to earn an additional $6,200 ($1,550 per year) through participation in the Chancellor's Scholars Engaged in Undergraduate Research program. Through this program students are assigned to work with individual faculty members engaged in research projects.
Nonresident students also receive a tuition exemption scholarship for nonresidents.

NOTE: Students qualifying as both a National Merit/Achievement Finalist and an LSU Alumni Scholar will have the option of choosing either:

• The cash award of $4,000 ($1,000 per year) which accompanies the LSU Alumni Scholarship
or

• An on campus room and board scholarship which covers the cost of a two student, air conditioned room and the Resident Tiger meal plan.
Students in this category also receive the cash award which accompanies the LSU Merit or Achievement Scholarship (see above).

LSU Centennial Award

Approximately 150 awards at $2,000 ($500 per year) are available to Louisiana residents with excellent standardized test scores and high school academic record. National Merit & Achievement Semifinalists are also eligible for consideration. Recipients will also receive an offer to become a Chancellor's Student Aide, working in a campus job suited to the recipient's abilities and interests.

Tuition Exemption Scholarships for Nonresidents

To be eligible for consideration, an entering freshman must have an excellent high school academic record, particularly in English and mathematics, and must have very strong standardized test scores. Students who are officially designated as National Merit or National Achievement semifinalists, as well as students in special categories, are also eligible for consideration.

These awards are in the form of a tuition and nonresident fee exemption. Recipients may also receive an offer to become a Chancellor's Student Aide, working in a campus job suited to the recipient's abilities and interests.

Nonresident Fee Waiver Program

Nonresident students with commendable academic records, as well as students in special categories, will be considered for these scholarships. These awards will be in the form of an exemption from the nonresident fee.

Chancellor's Leadership
Scholarships

Approximately 100 awards valued at $1,000 ($500 per semester) for one year are available. To be considered for this award, applicants must demonstrate excellent leadership skills, possess commendable high school academic records and strong standardized test scores (ACT or SAT), and must be recommended by their high school principal. Applications may be obtained through the high school in early February or by writing to Chancellor's Leadership Scholarship, 208 Coates Hall, LSU, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803.

Chancellor's Student Aide Program

This program provides an opportunity for students to work in one of many departments on campus and earn up to $1,550 per year. These awards are made on the basis of standardized test scores and high school academic record. Approximately 550 new awards are available each year.

LSU Honor Awards for ROTC Scholars

High school students who qualify for Air Force, Army, or Navy ROTC scholarships, as well as students who are selected as "alternates" or "advanced designees," receive a room and dining plan exemption (on-campus charges with certain limitations), providing all ROTC and academic requirements are maintained.

Valedictorian Awards

Louisiana residents graduating as valedictorian receive a one time cash award of $300 in the fall semester of the freshman year. To receive this award, the high school principal should submit a letter to the Office of Student Aid and Scholarships certifying the student's status.

Application Procedure

The LSU "Application for Undergraduate Admission and Scholarships" must be submitted, along with an official high school transcript and standardized test scores, to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, 110 Thomas Boyd Hall, LSU, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803-2802, as soon as possible following the junior year of high school. The deadline for full consideration for LSU's scholarship programs is December 15.

Students should take the ACT or SAT no later than the December testing date of the senior year in high school and indicate LSU as one of their college choices. Students who become National Merit or National Achievement Finalists should indicate LSU as their first choice school to ensure receiving priority consideration for certain scholarships.

All students who meet admission criteria will be evaluated further to identify qualified candidates for scholarship consideration.

Notification of scholarship recipients normally begins in December and continues until early April.

Some scholarship programs may require additional application materials.

TOPS—Louisiana's Tuition Opportunity Program for Students

Louisiana residents meeting certain eligibility requirements will qualify for tuition assistance and, in some cases, cash stipends through this state-funded program. TOPS has three components: (1) the Opportunity Award provides tuition assistance for four years; (2) the Performance Award provides tuition assistance and a $400 per year cash stipend for four years; and (3) the Honors Award provides tuition assistance and a cash stipend of $800 per year for four years. Each of these components has certain ACT score and gpa requirements; in addition, all TOPS awards require 16.5 units of specified high school course work.

To apply for TOPS awards, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which corresponds to the year in which the student plans to enroll, must be submitted by the deadline published in the FAFSA.

More detailed information on these programs may be obtained from the Louisiana Office of Student Financial Assistance, Scholarship Division, P. O. Box 91202, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70821-9202 or by visiting their web site at www.osfa.state.la.us.

OTHER LSU SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS

There are two types of scholarships listed below—those restricted to students according to their major or college and those that are open to all students regardless of their major or college. Both types, however, may be restricted to students of specified classification, place of residence, or some other characteristic consistent with the principles of equal opportunity and/or affirmative action. Most scholarships are restricted to full-time students.

Applications for scholarships administered by the Faculty Senate Committee on Student Aid and Scholarships may be obtained from the Office of Student Aid and Scholarships, 202 Himes Hall or 208 Coates Hall. All other applications, when required, may be obtained from the department or college listed in the description of the scholarship.

The description of each scholarship follows the same format: title; number given and annual amount of each, e.g. "(2:$300)" means that two scholarships are awarded per year at $300 each; any criteria or restrictions; and the group that determines which students will receive the scholarship. The following abbreviations are used in the scholarship descriptions:

FR - freshman
SO - sophomore
JR - junior
SR - senior
UG - undergraduate
GR - graduate student
LA - Louisiana
yr - year
gpa - grade-point average
SA&S Com - Stud. Aid & Schol. Com.
EBR - East Baton Rouge Parish

Scholarships and Awards Restricted to a Particular Field of Study

Students interested in applying for the following scholarships and awards should check with the individual colleges for up-to-date information concerning amounts and requirements. Those scholarships and awards marked with one asterisk (*) are funded through the LSU Foundation. Those marked with two asterisks (**) are sponsored by the LSU Alumni Association.

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE

Agriculture Development Council Scholarship (varies:$1,000) Full-time UG student in the Col. of Agr. who has been regularly admitted to the university and is in good academic standing; awarded by Col. of Agr.

American Cyanamid Scholarship (varies:$1,000) Open to any FR or continuing student majoring in the Col. of Agr.; preference shall be given to African American applicants; awarded by Col. of Agr.

E. M. Barham Memorial Scholarship (1:$1,000) Entering FR in for./wild./fish. with a minimum high school gpa of 3.0 and 22 ACT composite; awarded by Col. of Agr.

Capital Bank & Trust Agricultural Scholarship (1:$1,000) Full-time upperclassman enrolled in the Col. of Agr.; LA resident with a strong interest in the banking profession and a desire to enter that field upon graduation; awarded by Col. of Agr.

Century Club Scholarship (varies:$1,000) Entering FR in the Col. of Agr. with a minimum high school gpa of 3.0 and 22 ACT composite; awarded by Col. of Agr.

Charles Stewart Churchill Memorial Scholarship (8:$500) UG with 30 hrs. earned and a minimum overall gpa of 3.0; awarded by Col. of Agr.

Dixie Jubilee Horse Show, Inc. Scholarship (1:$1,000) SR majoring in animal science with a minimum 2.0 gpa who has demonstrated a professional or personal equine interest; awarded by Col. of Agr.

Sibyl and Joseph Dorè Memorial Scholarship (2:$2,000) One SO majoring in plant & soil systems with a minimum 2.5 gpa; one SR majoring in agribusiness or plant & soil systems with a minimum 3.0 gpa; awarded by Col. of Agr.

Downtown Kiwanis Club of Baton Rouge Agriculture Scholarship (2:$1,000) Entering FR with a minimum high school gpa of 2.75 and 21 ACT composite; LA resident; awarded by Col. of Agr.

FFA and4-H High School Activity Award One-time award; valid only for the fr year. Applicants must be recognized winners by State FFA Association or State 4-H office. Entering full-time ug fr enrolled in the Col. of Ag. who are winners of 4-H club short course annual competition and FFA State contests;

George Fasting Scholarship (varies:varies) Full-time UG in the Col. of Agr. who has been regularly admitted and is in good academic standing; awarded by Col. of Agr.

Federal Land Bank Association Scholarship (varies:$1,000) Entering FR with a minimum high school gpa of 3.0 and a 22 ACT composite; LA resident; awarded by Col. of Agr.

Murphy J. Foster Scholarship (1:$1,000) Entering FR in Col. of Agr. with a minimum high school gpa of 3.0 and 22 ACT composite; preferably from St. Mary, Iberia, Vermilion or surrounding parishes; majoring in agribusiness or plant & soil systems; awarded by Col. of Agr.

Joseph W. Freeland International Agriculture Scholarship (1:varies) Graduate of EAP-Zamorano; must be classified as either JR or SR; awarded by Col. of Agr.

J. B. Frye, Jr. Scholarship in Dairy Science (varies:$1,000) Undergraduate majoring in dairy food technology or dairy production; FR must have minimum high school gpa of 3.0; all others must have minimum overall gpa of 2.5; awarded by Col. of Agr.

James D. Graugnard-LA Farm Bureau Scholarship (varies:$1,000) Entering FR in the Col. of Agr. with a minimum high school gpa of 3.0 and 22 ACT composite; awarded by Col. of Agr.

Greater Baton Rouge State Fair/George Simoneaux Scholarship (1:$1,000) Full-time JR or SR in the Col. of Agr. with a minimum overall gpa of 3.0; resident of East Baton Rouge, Ascension, East Feliciana, Iberville, Livingston, Saint Helena or West Baton Rouge Parish; participant in County Agent 4-H or FFA programs; awarded by Col. of Agr.

Iberia Parish Farm Bureau Federation Scholarship (varies:$1,000) UG with 30 hrs. earned and a minimum overall gpa of 2.75; resident of Iberia Parish and graduate of an accredited Iberia Parish High School.

Mac Kasaoka Memorial Scholarship (varies:$1,000) Entering FR in the Col. of Agr. with a minimum high school gpa of 3.0 and 21 ACT composite; awarded by Col. of Agr.

Lloyd Lauden Scholarship (1:varies) UG in the Col. of Agr. majoring in agribusiness, or nutrition, food & culinary science, or plant & soil systems; awarded by Col. of Agr.

Dean J. G. Lee, Jr. Scholarship (varies:$1,000) Entering FR in the Col. of Agr. with a minimum high school gpa of 2.5 and 21 ACT composite; awarded by Col. of Agr.

Louisiana Cattle Women-Emily Smith Fairchild Memorial Scholarship (1:$750) Full-time JR in the Col. of Agr. with a minimum overall gpa of 2.5; parents or grandparents must belong to the LA Cattlemen's Assoc.; preference given to a female; awarded by Col. of Agr.

Louisiana Divisions of American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists Scholarship Full-time jr or sr enrolled in the Col. of Ag. majoring in ag. bus., biol. engr., envir. mgt. syst., or plant & soil syst. (agronomic crops or soil science); applicant must have a min, 3.00 gpa.; preference will be given to residents of sugar cane producing parishes.

Louisiana Seedsmen's Association Scholarship (2:$950) JR or SR majoring in plant & soil systems with a minimum overall gpa of 2.75; awarded by Col. of Agr.

Emile A. Maier Endowed Scholarship in Agriculture (1:varies) Full-time UG in the Col. of Agr.; preference given to male who has financial need; awarded by Col. of Agr.

Blanche E. and Dennis V. McClosky Scholarship Full-time student enrolled in the Col. of Ag. pursuing a major in ornamental horticulture; preference shall be given to LA residents; applicant must have a min. 2.75 gpa; recipient may retain scholarship for up to four years provided all criteria is satisfied.

David B. Means Memorial Endowed Scholarship (1:$1,000) Entering FR majoring in agribusiness, animal science, dairy science, or plant & soil systems; awarded by Col. of Agr.

Laurie S. and Helen N. Mobley Scholarship (1:$750) Entering FR in the Col. of Agr. with a minimum high school gpa of 3.0 and 22 ACT composite; resident of Pointe Coupee Parish; awarded by Col. of Agr.

Shelby Robert Family Endowed Memorial Scholarship Entering full-time fr enrolled in the College of Ag. pursuing a mj in agri bus. or an. sci.; applicant must be a LA resident with a min 3.00 hs gpa and ACT score of 22.

Staplcotn Scholarship Full-time FR enrolled in the Col. of Ag. who qualify for TOPS, SO, JR, and SR with a college gpa of 2.75. Must be a resident of LA with priority given to those students whose families are involved in cotton farming or connected to the cotton industry.

James W. and Edna F. Trott Scholarship (1:varies) Full-time UG in the Col. of Agr. who is in good academic standing; awarded by Col. of Agr.

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Air Force ROTC Scholarship Four-year scholarship for entering FR desiring career as military officer; two- and three-year programs available for qualified SO/JR/SR; see ROTC for details.

Army ROTC Scholarship Four-year scholarship for entering FR desiring career as an Army officer; two- and three-year on-campus scholarships available for students attending LSU; see ROTC or Military Science for details.

Arts and Sciences Advisory Council Scholarship (2: $1,000) A&S student with financial need; must have 3.40 gpa overall and in LSU System; awarded by the Col. of A&S.

Arts and Sciences Tiger Athletic Foundation Scholarship (2:$1,000) A&S student with financial need; must have a 3.40 gpa overall and in LSU System; awarded by the Col. of A&S.

Robert N. Bersuder Endowed Scholarship (2:vaies) Outstanding JR in history.

George C. and Merrit D. Betts Endowed Scholarship (varies:varies) Nonresident of Louisiana; must be U.S. citizen; 3.50 overall gpa and in LSU System; awarded by the Col. of A&S.

Sheldon Beychock Chancellor's Leadership Scholarships in Political Science (8:$1,000) Two scholarships for entering FR students; two for SO; two for JR; and two for SR; gpa of 3.00 and/or ACT of 25; awarded by a scholarship committee selected from Dept. of Pol. Sci.

George Warren Bofinger Endowed Scholarship (2:varies) A&S student with financial need; must have 3.40 overall gpa and in LSU System; awarded by the Col. of A&S.

Roderick Lewis Carleton Fellowship (1:$450) GR in pol. sci.; awarded by Dept. of Pol. Sci.

William M. Clarke Scholarship (varies:varies) Full-time UG majoring in Classics with overall LSU gpa of at least 3.00 and at least 3.30 in Classics. Must have completed one year residence at LSU and have shown significant progress toward a degree in Classics (Latin, Greek, or equivalent); awarded by Dept. of For. Lang. & Lit.

College Supply Book Store Award (2:varies) Outstanding SO and JR UG soc. major; awarded by Dept. of Soc.

Gary A. Crump Scholarship (1:varies) Outstanding JR in history.

Sister Edwarette, CSJ Scholarship (1:$250 & plaque) Full-time UG majoring in Classics with overall LSU gpa of at least 3.00 and at least 3.30 in Classics. Must have completed one year residence at LSU and have shown significant progress toward a degree in Classics (Latin, Greek, or equivalent). Preference given to student who intends to teach at the pre-college level; awarded by Dept. of For. Lang. & Lit.

ENT Audiology Fellowship (2:$2,500) GR in final yr. of master's program in audiology; outstanding academic and clinical performance; one awarded each sem. by Dept. of Comm. Sci. & Dis.

Kenneth S. Falk Award (1:$450 and plaque) UG in Greek; based on recommendation of head of classics; awarded by Dept. of For. Lang. & Lit.

Undine Livaudais Fitzgerald Award (1:varies) Outstanding French student participating in LSU in Paris program; awarded by Dept. of French Studies.

Fred C. Frey Memorial Scholarship Award (varies:varies) Competition for outstanding scholarly paper by UG soc. majors; awarded by the Dept. of Soc.

K. W. Gilbert, Jr., Memorial Scholarship in Creative Writing (1:varies) For creative writing major; for excellence in writing; chosen by writing teachers.

Betti and Robert Giles Senior Mathematics Award (varies:$250) For outstanding scholastic performance by SR students majoring in math.; awarded by Dept. of Math.

Paul Grosser Award (1:$200) Graduate student teaching award; awarded by Dept. of Pol. Sci.

Andrew A. Gunby Award (1:$50 and plaque) Outstanding graduating SR in Latin; awarded by Dept. of For. Lang. & Lit.

William G. Haag Award (2:$100) M.S. and Ph.D. students in geog. & anth. presenting the most outstanding papers in professional meetings; awarded by Dept. of Geog. & Anth.

Elliott Dow Healy Memorial Fellowship (varies:varies) Outstanding GR in French language, literature, or culture; special preference given to students in Old French and/or Old Provencal; awarded by Dept. of French Studies.

Henry V. Howe Memorial Scholarship Fund See College of Basic Sciences.

Elise S. and Charles E. Kaufman Endowed Scholarship (2:varies) A&S student with financial need; must have 3.40 overall gpa and in LSU System; awarded by the Col. of A&S.

*Agatha LaCroix Award (1:varies) Outstanding student in French; awarded by Dept. of French Studies.

Lange-Button-King Scholarship (1:$600) JR or SR in religious studies with special interest and aptitude in religious studies and in natural or social sci.; awarded by rel. studies faculty.

LSU Athletic Department Endowed Scholarship (1:$500) A&S student with financial need; must have 3.40 gpa overall and in LSU System; awarded one year at a time by the Col. of A&S; can be renewed.

Outstanding Teaching Award for Graduate Assistants (varies:$100) Awarded by Dept. of Math.

*Louis and Lena Peranio Scholarship (2:$250) Student in gen. studies; 36 hours in residence in the division prior to receiving award; at least 2.50 gpa; awarded by Div. of Gen. Studies.

Emogene Pliner Fellowship (1:$750) GR in pol. sci.; awarded by Dept. of Pol. Sci.

Pasquale Porcelli Undergraduate Scholarship (3:$500) One award for SO students with credit in MATH 1550 and 1552; two awards for JR students with at least 19 hours of mathematics numbered 1550 or above; awarded by Dept. of Math.

Phi Kappa Phi Outstanding Senior Award (1:Certif.) SR with highest gpa; selected by dean, Col. of A&S.

Police Jury Association of Louisiana Scholarship (1:$250) SR in pol. sci.; LA resident; graduate of LA high school; awarded by Dept. of Pol. Sci.

*Roddy L. Richard General Studies Scholarship (2:varies) At least 36 hours in gen. studies curriculum; full-time; at least 3.00 gpa.

Corinne L. Saucier Romance Language Scholarship (1:$1,000) Graduating SR in French or Spanish; for advanced study at LSU or in foreign country; preference to students planning to teach; awarded by Dept. of For. Lang. & Lit. and Dept. of French Studies.

Edward Salmond Shirley Scholarship in Philosophy (1:$700) UG or GR majoring in philosophy; awarded by the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies.

Barbara Sims Newsletter Scholarship (1:$500) A&S student with financial need; must have 3.40 overall gpa and in LSU System; awarded by Col. of A&S.

James M. Smith, Jr. Endowed Scholarship in Romance Languages (varies:varies) Outstanding UG majoring in a Romance Language; awarded by Dept. of For. Lang. & Lit. and Dept. of French Studies.

Harvey Jay and Betty Adele Jacobs Schwartzberg Fellowship (1:$500) First year GR student in A&S; 3.50 UG overall gpa and in LSU System; awarded by the Col. of A&S.

Adam Shelby Holmes Trappey Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) Most outstanding incoming GR in French; awarded by Dept. of French Studies.

Clara Tucker Scholarship (1:$1,500) Female GR in pol. sci.; awarded by Dept. of Pol. Sci.

Gary J. Weill Memorial Scholarship (1:$500) GR in pol. sci. pursuing career in public sector; awarded by Dept. of Pol. Sci.

Robert C. West Field Research Award (varies:up to $1,500) GR in geog. & anth. conducting field work for thesis or dissertation; awarded by Dept. of Geog. & Anth.

John Hazard Wildman Scholarship Fund (1:varies) UG creative writing major; for excellence in writing; open competition among majors each spring; chosen by writing teachers.

Ross Willis College Supply Book Store Award (1:varies) Outstanding SR UG soc. major; awarded by the Dept. of Soc.

COLLEGE OF BASIC SCIENCES

*H. V. Anderson Endowment (1:$500) UG major in geology; academic ability; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

*H. V. Anderson Endowment (1:$500) GR major in paleontology; academic ability; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

Amoco Foundation, Inc. (1:$1,500) UG major in geol.; academic ability; U.S. citizen; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

ARCO (1:$1,500) UG major in geol.; academic ability; U.S. citizen; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

*John O. Barry Endowment (1:$500) UG major in geol.; academic ability; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

Harriet Cameron Belchic Memorial Fund (2:$1250) UG major in geol.; academic ability; financial need; Geol. Field Camp; preference given to women with 3.00 gpa; awarded by the Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

British Petroleum (1:$1,000) UG major in geol.; academic ability; U.S. citizen; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

British Petroleum (1:$1,000) GR major in geol.; academic ability; U.S. citizen; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

Burlington Resources (1:$1,000) UG major in geol.; academic ability; U.S. citizen; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

Burlington Resources (2:$1,000) GR major in geol.; academic ability; U.S. citizen; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

Callaway Memorial Scholarship Fund for Graduate Students in Physics (varies:varies) GR major in physics or astronomy; academic ability; awarded by Dept. of Phys. & Astr.

Ganesh Chanmugam Memorial Fund for Graduate Students in Physics and Astronomy (1:varies) Ph.D. graduate whose dissertation has been judged as outstanding among all recent graduates; awarded by Dept. of Phys. & Astr.

Chevron (2:$1,000) UG or GR major in geol; academic ability; U.S. citizen; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

Chevron Undergraduate Scholarship (4:$500) UG major in computer sci.; U.S. citizen or permanent resident; awarded by Col. of Basic Sci.

*A. R. Choppin Scholarship (3:$1,000) SO/JR/SR in Col. of Basic Sci.; awarded by Col. of Basic Sci.

*A. R. Choppin American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary Scholarship (1:$1,000) UG enrolled or planning to enroll in Col. of Basic Sci.; LA resident; former citizen of LA Boys' or Girls' State; awarded by Col. of Basic Sci.

Charles E. Coates Undergraduate Honor Award (1:$750, plus resident and nonresident fee waiver) UG enrolled or planning to enroll in Col. of Basic Sci. with at least 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Basic Sci.

Conoco Scholarship (2:$500) UG in computer sci.; based on academic excellence; awarded by Col. of Basic Sci.

*Copolymer Rubber and Chemical Corporation Foundation Scholarship (4:$500) UG in chem. with outstanding academic ability; awarded by Col. of Basic Sci.

*Monica Donellan Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) UG major in geol.; financial need; geol. field camp; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

*East Baton Rouge Parish Medical Society Premedical Scholarship (1:$500) SR LA resident, pursuing career as M.D.; awarded by Col. of Basic Sci.

Exxon Foundation (1:$1,000) UG major in geol.; academic ability; U.S. citizen; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

Exxon Foundation (1:$1,000) GR major in geol.; academic ability; U.S. citizen; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

I. H. Gottlieb Memorial Scholarship (1:$800) UG in chem. or chem. engr.; LA resident; awarded by Col. of Basic Sci. and Dept. of Chem. Engr.

Greater Baton Rouge SHRM Scholarship (1:$1,000) SR in human resource management; attended LA high school; member SHRM; 3.00 gpa; awarded by the Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Houston Geological Society (1:$2,500) GR major in geol.; academic ability; U.S. citizen; nominated by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics; awarded by the Houston Geological Society.

*H. V. Howe Endowment (1:$500) UG major in geol.; academic ability; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

*Dr. & Mrs. Howe Endowment (1:$500) GR major in geol.; academic ability; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

IMA Baton Rouge Chapter Scholarship (1:$500) Member of LSU student chapter of IMA; 3.00 gpa; majoring in acct or fin.; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

*Keen-Morris Prize (1-3:varies) Outstanding SR in phys.; awarded by Dept. of Phys. & Astron.

Kerr-McGee Corp. (1:$500) UG major in geol.; academic ability; U.S. citizen; awarded by Dept of Geol. & Geophysics.

*Brandon J. Latiolais Memorial Scholarship (1:$1,000) SR premedical student in the Dept of Biol. Sci.; at least 3.5 gpa; awarded by the Col. of Basic Sci.

*Adrian Virginia Lazarus Memorial Scholarship (1:$600) UG in computer sci.; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Basic Sci.

Marathon Oil Co. Scholarship (1:$1,250) GR major in geol.; academic ability; U.S. citizen; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

*Andrea Kay Martin Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) JR or SR major in computer sci.; awarded by Col. of Basic Sci.

*George May Endowment (1:$2,500) FR major in geol; academic ability; financial need; awarded by Dept of Geol. & Geophysics.

*Charles S. McCleskey Memorial Scholarship (4:varies) Awards to three JR students in microbiology, at least one of whom is a minority; award to one outstanding graduating SR in microbiology; awarded by Dept. of Biol. Sci.

*John Mestayer Memorial (1:$500) JR/SR in geol.; financial need and academic record; geol. field camp; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

**Mr. & Mrs. W. D. Millican Scholarship (1:$1,000) FR major in geol.; financial need; 2.50 gpa; may be renewed for 4 yrs.; nominated by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics; awarded by LSU Alumni Association.

Mobil Oil (1:$1,000) GR major in geol; academic ability; U.S. citizen; awarded by Dept of Geol. & Geophysics.

New Orleans Geological Society Jules and Olga Braunstein Memorial (1 SR:$2,000; 1 JR:$1,500; 1 SO:$1,500) Geol. major; academic ability; nominated by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics; awarded by N.O. Geological Society.

New Orleans Geological Society Lee Meltzer Memorial (1:$2,000) GR major in geol.; academic ability; nominated by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics; awarded by N.O. Geological Society.

*P.H. O'Bannon Endowment (1:$1,000) UG major in geol; academic ability; awarded by Dept of Geol. & Geophysics.

Glen H. Olds, Jr. Endowed Scholarship (3:waries) MBA with concentration in ISDS or MS in ISDS; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Pennzoil (1:$500) UG major in geol; U.S. citizen; awarded by Dept of Geol. & Geophysics.

Phi Kappa Phi Outstanding Senior Award (1:Certif.) SR with highest gpa; selected by dean, Col. of Basic Sci.

*A. E. Sandberg Endowment (1:$500) UG major in geol.; academic ability; awarded by Dept of Geol. & Geophysics.

Dr. A. E. "Sandy" Sandberg Scholarship (1-3:varies) UG major in geol.; academic ability; awarded by the Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

Shell Foundation (1:$19,000) GR major in geol.; academic ability; U.S. citizen; Ph.D. candidate interested in a teaching career; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

Jerry Singleton Scholarship (1:$300) UG or GR student majoring in internal auditing; demonstrating integrity and commitment to profession; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

*Laurice Sistrunk Memorial Scholarship (1:$500) UG major in geol. or pet. engr.; academic ability; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

SSA Consultants, Inc. Scholarship (2:$500, fall & spring) SO/JR/SR with 3.00 gpa and financial need; any major in the Col. of Bus. Admin.; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Star Enterprise Scholarship (1:$1,000) JR or SR in computer sci.; 2.70 gpa; U.S. citizenship or permanent residence; awarded by Col. of Basic Sci.

*Major J. S. Slack, Jr. Endowment (1:$500) UG major in geol. or pet. engr.; LA resident; academic ability; geol. field camp; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

*Adam Sturlese Endowment (1:$500) JR or SR major in geol.; academic ability; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

Texaco Foundation (1:$1,000) UG major in geol.; academic ability; U.S. citizen; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

Texaco Foundation (3:$1,000) GR major in geol.; academic ability; U.S. citizen; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

*W. W. Tison Memorial Scholarship (1:$800) UG majoring or planning to major in chem.; awarded by Col. of Basic Sci.

Union Pacific Foundation (1:$1,000) UG major in geol.; academic ability; U.S. citizen; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

Union Pacific Foundation (1:$1,000) GR major in geol.; academic ability; U.S. citizen; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

Unocal (1:$1,000) UG major in geol.; academic ability; U.S. citizen; awarded by Dept. of Geol. & Geophysics.

*Virginia R. Williams Memorial Scholarship (1:$1,000) Outstanding female UG in biochem. or chem. or male UG in biochem.; minimum 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Basic Sci.

E. J. OURSO COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

AIPAGIA Educational Foundation (GILSBAR) (1:$1,000) JR in ISDS, FIN or ACCT interested in the insurance industry.

Andersen Consulting Excellence Fund (1:$1000) JR/SR in ISDS; 3.00 gpa; demonstrate responsibility, leadership, citizenship; awarded by College of Bus. Adm. Scholarship committee.

Arst, Paul, and Ellen Scholarship (1:$1400) JR/SR in finance or risk insurance; financial need; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Bus. Adm. Scholarship Committee.

Arthur Anderson and Co. LLP (1:varies) Most active member of Beta Alpha Psi; awarded by Col. of Bus. Adm. Scholarship Committee.
Association of Government Accountants (1:varies) JR or SR interested in governmental accounting; 2.50 gpa; must be U.S. citizen and LA resident; awarded by Col. of Bus. Adm. Scholarship Committee.

B.R. Board of Realtors-Ingalls, Frances R. Scholarship (1:$1,000) JR/SR interested in real estate; LA resident.

B.R. Business Report MBA Scholarship (1:$500) Graduate MBA student with financial need; 3.00 gpa; awarded in the spring by Col. of Bus. Adm. Scholarship Committee.

Bank of West Baton Rouge (1:varies) Most active student in Accounting Society; awarded by Col. of Bus. Adm. Scholarship Committee.

Lonnie H. Bearry Scholarship (1:varies) Outstanding SO/JR in Acct.; awarded by Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Becker/Conviser Duffy CPA Review Scholarship (1:varies) Outstanding graduating SR in ACCT.; must be in an acct. organization; 3.75 gpa; awarded by Col. of Bus. Adm. Scholarship Committee.

Hannis T. Bourgeois & Co. (1:varies) JR in ACCT.; outstanding character, leadership, extracurricular activities, and academic achievement; awarded by Col. of Bus. Adm. Scholarship Committee.

Capital Bank & Trust-Easterly, Embree K. Scholarship (1:$1,000) Outstanding JR/SR in FIN with desire to enter finance or banking upon graduation; student must be a LA resident with financial need; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Bus. Adm. Scholarship Committee.

Capital Bank & Trust-Hamrick Holloway Finance Scholarship (1:varies) JR/SR in FIN or Banking; student must be a LA resident with financial need; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Century 21 Brokers of LA Scholarship (1:varies) JR/SR in Real Estate; student must be a LA resident; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

L.A. Champagne Memorial Scholarship (3:$1000) SO in ACCT.; 2.70 gpa; financial need; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Chevron Information Technology Scholarship (8:$500) JR(2), SR, or GR. student in ISDS, ISDS-MIS, or ISDS-OM; 3.00 gpa; involved in extracurricular activities; financial need.

Chow Endowed Scholarship (1:varies) JR/SR in ISDS or ISDS-MIS; 2.50 gpa; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

John L. Davidson Scholarship Fund (1:varies) JR/SR with 3.00 gpa; any major; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Deloitte & Touche LLP (1:varies) JR in ACCT.; student must have outstanding character, leadership, and academic qualifications; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Mr. and Mrs. R. Irby Didier, Sr. Endowed Memorial (1:$250) Outstanding SR in banking; must begin SR year in fall semester; native LA resident with financial need; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

J. Clifford Doiron Scholarship (1:varies) UG in Col. of Bus. Admin.

Tommy Doiron & Jimmy Webb Memorial (4:$1,000) SO with less than 60 credit hours; 2.50gpa minimum; financial need; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Clarence Dunn Accounting Dept. Recognition Awards (1:varies) ACCT majors deserving of special recognition by accounting faculty; awarded by Acct. Dept. Faculty.

Dupont Finance Scholarship (2:$500) One UG and one GR student majoring in finance; 3.50 gpa; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Enron Corporation Award (1:varies) Graduate ACCT. student specializing in tax; 3.50 gpa; awarded by Col. of Bus. Adm. Scholarship Committee.

Enron Corporation Award—Accounting (1:varies) GR or UG in acct.; 3.50 gpa; involvement in campus activities; awarded by the Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Ernst & Young LLP (1:varies) Outstanding JR in ACCT. with career interest in public acct.; 3.50 gpa; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Exxon Scholarship (2:$1,000) Outstanding JR in ISDS; awarded by the Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Exxon Scholarship (1:varies) Outstanding GR student in ACCT intending to make college teaching a career.

David H. Garland Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) UG student displaying leadership, academic ability, and citizenship; LA resident; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Lewis Gottlieb Memorial Scholarship (1:$2500) Second year GR student candidate for MS in finance or MBA with concentration in finance; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Halliburton Energy Services Accounting Graduate Scholarships (2:$2000) GR student in ACCT. or MBA student with UG in ACCT.; financial need; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee in the fall.

Halliburton Energy Services Accounting Scholarships (2:$500) UG student in ACCT.; financial need; awarded in fall by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Halliburton Energy Services Accounting Scholarships (3:$500) UG student in ACCT.; financial need; awarded in spring by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Hawthorn, Waymouth, and Carroll Scholarship (1:varies) SR in ACCT.; ability to succeed in public accounting with local practitioner; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Paul and Theresa Hendershot Scholarship (1:$550) SR in MKT; scholastic achievement; financial need; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Mack H. Hornbeak Scholarship (1:$850) UG or GR student in Gen. Bus. or banking and finance; financial need; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

IIA-Baton Rouge Chapter (1:$300) Outstanding GR student in Internal Auditing; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin Scholarship Committee.

Josh and Florence Kantrow Memorial Scholarship (1:$500) MBA student with strong academic performance and gpa; financial need; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Allison R. Kolb Memorial Award (1:$1000) Outstanding JR/SR in banking or finance; financial need; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

KPMG Peat Marwick LLP (1:varies) UG with highest average in basic auditing; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Barry S. Leithhead Internal Audit Award (1:$300) International student, who has demonstrated the commitment to the internal auditing profession; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Russell Lobdell Memorial Scholarship (2:$500) SO with outstanding academic qualifications, financial need, and demonstrated qualities of leadership; 3.00 gpa; graduate of a Baton Rouge high school; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Roger McDaniel Leadership Award (1:$300) UG in Internal Auditing demonstrating outstanding leadership; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Justine Mendelsohn Fund (1:$500) UG student with financial need; preference given to female student; 2.50 gpa; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Lloyd F. Morrison Scholarship (1:varies) GR teaching assistant who has excelled in teaching; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

J. Clifford Ourso, Sr. Scholarship (Hancock Bank) (1:$330) UG student enrolled in at least 12 hours; school, community, or civic involvement; graduate of EBR high school; financial need; 2.50 gpa; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Ourso Family Scholarships (varies:$2,500) Outstanding first year MBA student; UG gpa 3.20 or better; GMAT 600 or better.

James H. Owen Scholarship (1:varies) UG ACCT student who promises to attain the high personal and professional standards of Dr. Owen; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Reymond Holmes Pope Scholarship (varies:$1000) JR in Bus. Adm.; 3.00 gpa; LA resident; awarded by LSU Foundation Scholarship Committee.

Postlethwaite & Netterville, CPAs (1:varies) JR/SR in ACCT with outstanding ability in taxation; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Price Waterhouse LLP (1:varies) Outstanding JR in ACCT; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Real Estate Chair Scholarship (2:$250) UG in Real Estate looking to pursue a career in Real Estate; Taken\enrolled FIN 3351 and intend to take FIN 3353 or FIN 3352; written explanation of reason for taking FIN 3351; awarded by Director of Real Estate Research Institute.

Real Estate Chair Scholarship (5:$50) UG in Real Estate looking to pursue a career in Real Estate; Taken\enrolled FIN 3351 and intend to take FIN 3353 or FIN 3352; written explanation of reason for taking FIN 3351; awarded by Director of Real Estate Research Institute.

Real Estate Research Institute Scholarship (1:$500) UG majoring in FIN or Real Estate looking to pursue a career in Real Estate; taken FIN 3351 and intend to take FIN 3353 or FIN 3352; written explanation of reason for taking FIN 3351; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

R. T. Reckling Memorial Scholarship (1:$700) JR majoring in ITF; leadership and citizenship qualities; LA resident with financial need; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Colleen Reed Opportunity Scholarship (1:$300) UG in LSUIAPS exemplifying "progress through sharing;" awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Richard Roy Memorial Scholarship (1:$300) Outstanding UG student in Internal Auditing Program; 3.00 gpa; leadership; profession in Internal Auditing; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Shell Oil Department Grant (2:$500) SO/JR/SR majoring in ISDS; U.S. citizen or permanent resident; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

SLCPA-Baton Rouge Chapter (varies) SO planning to major in ACCT.; outstanding GR student in ACCT; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Russell L. Sledge Scholarship (4:$2,500) Outstanding MBA students in the Col. of Bus. Admin. with financial need; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Society of Industrial & Office Realtors (1:$1000) Issued every 3 years.

Kitty B. Strain Scholarship (1:$650) JR/SR female student in the Col. of Bus. Admin.; 3.0 gpa.

Texaco Enp Scholorship (1:$1000) SO, JR; Leadership; extra curricular activities; participation in honor society; 3.00 gpa, must be eligible to work in U.S.

E. J. Thomas + R. P. Courtney Leadership Scholarship (1:varies) SO with financial need; gpa of 3.00 or better; leadership responsibility in high school and citizenship; from one of the following high schools: Holy Savior Catholic H.S., Alexandria; Robert E. Lee H.S., B.R.; Redemptorist H.S., B.R.; or Catholic H.S., B.R.

Tiger Athletic Foundation Award (2:$1000) UG student highly qualified based on leadership and scholarship; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Gil and Bea Urban Scholarship (1:varies) UG ACCT major; awarded by Col. of Bus. Admin. Scholarship Committee.

Travis Varner Memorial (1:varies) Non-graduating JR/SR majoring in ISDS; 3.00 gpa; member of AITP; leadership; citizenship; financial need.

W. Leroy Ward, Sr. Memorial Scholarship (1:$700) UG in finance or banking; min 3.00 gpa; financial need; graduate of EBR parish high school; resident of EBR parish or surrounding parishes.

COLLEGE OF DESIGN

AIA/AAF Scholarships (varies) Awarded on a competitive basis to 4th- or 5th-yr. students in arch. by the Nat. Am. Inst. of Architects.

Alpha Rho Chi Medal (1) Graduating student in arch. with outstanding service to school and/or profession.

American Institute of Architects Certificate (1) Graduating student in arch. with 2nd highest gpa; awarded by Nat. Am. Inst. of Architects through Sch. of Arch.

American Institute of Architects Medal (1) Graduating student in arch. with highest gpa; awarded by Nat. Am. Inst. of Architects through the Sch. of Arch.

American Society of Landscape Architecture (1:$500) Based on scholarship and financial need; awarded by Sch. of Land. Arch.

Charles Craig International Travel Award in Memory of Joseph Aurbach (1:$5,000) Outstanding student in the School of Art.

Certificate of Merit, American Society of Landscape Architects (1) Outstanding SR in land. arch.; awarded by Sch. of Land. Arch.

Miriam Garic Barranger Scholarship (1:$1,000 annually as funds become available) UG in ceramics; awarded by Sch. of Art.

Baton Rouge Art League Award (1:$250) JR/SR/GR in art with minimum 3.00 gpa; awarded by Sch. of Art.

Atwell E. Champion Scholarship (1:$500) UG in land. arch.; 2.50 or better gpa; awarded by Sch. of Land. Arch.

Dean's Medals (4) Outstanding graduate in arch., art, interior des.; and land. arch.; evaluation of portfolio and potential in professional field; nominated by faculty; awarded by dean.

*Terry Devine Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) 4th- or 5th-yr. student in arch.; awarded by Sch. of Arch.

*Caroline Durieux Scholarship (varies) UG in art; awarded by Sch. of Art.

J. Kenneth Edmiston Memorial Scholarship (2:$500) JR, SR concentrating in ceramics, graphic design, painting/ drawing, printmaking, or sculpture; 3.00 gpa; apply each semester; awarded by Sch. of Art.

I. Vincent Guaccero Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) SR interior design major with demonstrated outstanding design capability; awarded by Dept. of Interior Des.

*Harvey Scholarship (2:tuition) 5th-yr. student in arch. and land. arch.; awarded by Sch. of Arch. and Sch. of Land. Arch. based on academic performance and financial need.

William Hornsey Scholarship (1:$350) Based on scholarship and financial need; awarded by the Sch. of Land. Arch.
Landscape Architecture Endowment (varies:varies) Based on scholarship and financial need; awarded by the Sch. of Land. Arch.

*Alice Hovey Littlefield Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) Female UG in land. arch.; awarded by Sch. of Land. Arch.

Louisiana Garden Club Federation, Inc., Scholarship (varies:varies) Outstanding student in land. arch.; LA resident; based on scholarship and financial need; awarded by Sch. of Land. Arch.

Outstanding Undergraduate Painter (2:varies) Awarded by painting faculty based on portfolio, School of Art.

Phi Kappa Phi Outstanding Senior Award (1:Certif.) SR with highest gpa; selected by dean, Col. of Desn.

*Helen Adams Reich Memorial Scholarship (6:$500) Preference to nonresident UG in land. arch.; awarded by Sch. of Land. Arch.

*Root and Associates Scholarship in Graphic Design (1:$500) Student in graphic desn.; awarded by Sch. of Art.

Dixon Smith Educational Scholarship (1:varies) SR interior des. major; awarded by Dept. of Interior Des.

Torre Scholarship in Landscape Architecture (1:varies) Awarded to outstanding UG in design through the Sch. of Land. Arch.

Scott Gerard Verrett Scholarship (1:varies) JR interior des. major; gpa of 3.00 or better; true financial need; awarded by Dept. of Interior Des.

Woods and Water Club Scholarship See College of Agriculture.

Yarberry's Scholarship Fund (1:$125) JR in graphic design; awarded by Sch. of Art.

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

All scholarships require students to maintain full-time status.

Barnidge-Texas Tiger Endowed Scholarship (1:varies) SO/JR/SR in Col. of Educ. with at least 3.00 high school gpa and 26 minimum on ACT/SAT equivalent; 3.00 LSU gpa semester/cumulative; awarded by Col. of Educ.

Marietta Boon Endowment Scholarship (1:varies) SR in Col. of Educ.; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Educ.

*Association of Classroom Teachers of East Baton Rouge Parish Endowed Scholarship (1:varies) JR/SR in educ.; graduate of EBR high school; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Educ.

Kathleen G. Clements Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) SO/JR/SR in Col. of Educ. with at least 3.00 gpa; graduate of high school in Ascension, E.B.R., or Livingston parishes; awarded by Col. of Educ. and Alpha Delta Kappa.

Shirley Thomassee Johnson Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) SO/JR/SR in Col. of Educ. with at least a 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Educ.

Marjorie Lanfsdorf Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) Must be incoming FR from Baton Rouge Magnet High School intending to major in education.

C. L. Madden Memorial Endowment (1:varies) Full-time student in educ.; financial need.

Dr. Guy C. Mitchell Education Scholarship (1:varies) SO/JR in Col. of Educ.; 3.00 gpa; LA student with true financial need; recipient can receive scholarship for two academic years; awarded by Col. of Educ.

Robert E. and Earleen Dryer Nolan Scholarship in the Col. of Educ. (1:$750) SR in Col. of Educ. with at least a 3.00 gpa; recipient can only receive once; awarded by Col. of Educ.

Phi Kappa Phi Outstanding Senior Award (1:Certif.) SR with highest gpa; selected by dean, Col. of Educ.

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

Awards

American Institute of Chemists Award (1:certificate) UG in chem. engr. with outstanding leadership ability, character, and scholarship.

*Michael A. Clause Memorial Fund Award (1:varies) UG in civil engr.

*Chemical Engineering Junior Award (varies:$100) JR in chem. engr. with highest gpa at end of yr.; awarded by Dept. of Chem. Engr.

*Jesse Coates Award (1:varies) UG in chem. engr. who shows most outstanding leadership.

Dow Outstanding Junior Award (1:$1,000) JR in chem. engr.; scholarship, activities, professionalism; awarded by Dept. of Chem. Engr.

Paul M. Horton Award (1:$300) Outstanding LSU chem. engr. graduate who enters LSU Graduate School.

*Pegues Award (1:medal and certificate) UG in civil engr.

*John J. Seip Memorial Scholarship Award (1:varies) GR in Audubon Sugar Institute, studying sugar technology; awarded by Seip Award Com. of A.S.I.

Norbert Rillieux Award (1:$250 and Plaque) Outstanding African-American graduate in engr.

Freshman Scholarships

Freshman Scholarships in Petroleum Engineering (varies:$3-4,000) FR in pet. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Pet. Engr.

Louisiana Chemical and Petroleum Industries Freshman Scholarships in Chemical Engineering (20:$500) FR in chem. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Chem. Engr.

Boykin and Mable Pegues Scholarship (40:$500) FR in engr.; awarded by Col. of Engr.

Other Scholarships

Yalcin B. Acar Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) UG in civil engr.; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Dept. of Civil & Envr. Engr.

*Ned Adler Memorial Scholarship (1:$1,000) UG in mech. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Mech. Engr.

W. R. Aldrich Scholarship (varies:varies) UG in engr.; graduate of LA high school; need and academic achievement; awarded by Col. of Engr.

*Allied Chemical Scholarship (varies:$1,000) UG in chem. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Chem. Engr.

Amoco Foundation Scholarship (varies:varies) UG in pet. engr.; renewable; awarded by Dept. of Pet. Engr.

Associated General Contractors of Louisiana, Inc. (varies: $500/yr.) SO in const. mgt.; selection based on need and association with construction industry; awarded by Dept. of Const. Mgt.

*Associated General Contractors Construction Industry Advancement Program of Lafayette and Vicinity Scholarship (2:$500) Full-time student in Dept. of Const. Mgt. (30 hours completed) with satisfactory scholastic record; resident of Acadia, Iberia, Lafayette, St. Landry, St. Martin, St. Mary, or Vermilion Parish; awarded by Acadian Chapter, AGC of LA, Inc.

BASF Corporation Engineering Scholarship (1:$1,200) UG in engr.; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Engr.

Baker-Hughes Foundation Award in Mechanical Engineering (varies:varies) JR/SR in mech. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Mech. Engr.

Baker-Hughes Foundation Scholarship in Petroleum Engineering (varies:varies) JR/SR in pet. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Pet. Engr.

Harold T. Barr Memorial Scholarship UG in biol. engr.; 2.75 gpa and financial need; awarded by Dept. of Biol. & Agr. Engr.

Robert G. Bryan Scholarship (varies:varies) UG in pet. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Pet. Engr.

*Ben Burns Student Fund (varies) For SR student projects and/or scholarships in the Dept. of Mech. Engr.; awarded by Dept. of Mech. Engr.

CAMECO (3:$500) UG in biol. engr.; 2.25 gpa; awarded by Dept. of Biol. & Agr. Engr.

Chevron Oil Company Scholarships in Chemical Engineering (varies:$1,000) UG in chem. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Chem. Engr.

Chevron Oil Company Scholarships in Petroleum Engineering (varies:varies) UG in pet. engr.; U.S. citizen or permanent immigration visa; awarded by Dept. of Pet. Engr.

COE Alumni Scholarship (varies:varies) UG in engr.; awarded by the Col. of Engr.

B. C. Craft Memorial Foundation Scholarship (varies:varies) UG in pet. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Pet. Engr.

William H. and Tanya B. Ditto Scholarship (varies:varies) UG in elec. engr.; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Dept. of Elec. Engr.

O. Dewitt Duncan Scholarship (varies:varies) Full-time UG in chem. engr. With 2.50 gpa; awarded by the Dept. of Chem. Engr.

Dupont/Conoco Scholarship in Petroleum Engineering (varies:varies) Outstanding UG in pet. engr.; U.S. citizen; awarded by Dept. of Pet. Engr.

Herman Engel Scholarship (varies:varies) UG in engr.; awarded by Col. of Engr.

Gerard Family Undergraduate Scholarship in Chemical Engineering (varies:$1,000) UG in chem. engr.; LA resident; awarded by Dept. of Chem. Engr.

Frank J. Germano Scholarship (varies:$1,000) SO/JR/SR in civil engr.; financial need; awarded by Dept. of Civil & Envr. Engr.

*Henry Gilbert Scholarship (varies:varies) UG/GR in pet. engr.; preferably from New York area; awarded by Dept. of Pet. Engr.

*Michael Glassell Memorial Scholarship Fund (3:$1,000) UG in civil engr.; awarded by Dept. of Civil & Envr. Engr., Interfraternity Athletic Council president, and AE president.

Clara and Frank Groves, Sr. Scholarship (1:$1,200) UG in chem. engr., awarded by Dept. of Chem. Engr.

Gulf South Compression Conference Scholarship (7:$1,500) SO/JR/SR in chem., civil, elec., ind., mech., or pet. engr.; need and academic promise; awarded by Col. of Engr.

*R. L. Hartman Scholarship (1:$1,000) JR in chem. engr.; 3.00 gpa; financial need; native Louisianian; awarded by Dept. of Chem. Engr.

Home Builders Association Ladies Auxiliary Scholarship in Construction (2:$320) Entering FR in const. mgt.; graduate of LA high school; awarded by the sponsor.

Paul M. Horton Memorial Undergraduate Scholarship (varies:$1,000) UG in chem. engr.; 3.50 gpa; financial need; awarded by Dept. of Chem. Engr.

Houston-LSU Alumni Scholarship (varies:varies) Full-time UG in Col. of Engr. with ACT of 27; Houston area residents given precedence; awarded by the Col. of Engr.

*Industrial Engineering Sustaining Scholarship (varies: varies) UG in ind. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Ind. & Manf. Systems Engr.

Oscar K. Kimbler Scholarship (varies:varies) Full-time UG in pet. engr.; awarded by the Dept. of Pet. Engr.

Albert Pierre Levy Scholarship (1:varies) UG in mech. engr.; financial need; LA resident; awarded by Dept. of Mech. Engr.

Louisiana Engineering Societies Auxiliary (Baton Rouge Chapter) Award (2:$1,000) UG in engineering; based on need and academic promise; awarded by Col. of Engr.

*Louisiana Engineering Society Auxiliary (New Orleans Chapter)—Samuel McCain Young Scholarship (1:$1,000) UG in civil engr. from N. O. area; apply to Dept. of Civil & Envr. Engr.

Louisiana Engineering Society, Baton Rouge Chapter Scholarship (1:$500) UG in engr.; need and academic promise; awarded jointly by Col. of Engr. and LES-BR.

Clarence O. Magee Scholarship (varies:varies) UG in engr.; 2.50 gpa; awarded by Col. of Engr.

Marathon Oil Company Scholarship in Chemical Engineering (3:$1,100) UG in chem. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Chem. Engr.

Marathon Oil Company Scholarship in Petroleum Engineering (varies:varies) UG in pet. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Pet. Engr.

Mansel M. Mayeux Honorary Scholarship UG in biol. engr.; 2.25 gpa and financial need; awarded by Dept. of Biol. & Agr. Engr.

McDermott Corporation Scholarship (3:$1,000) JR/SR in civil engr.; awarded by Dept. of Civil & Envr. Engr.

William McFatter Scholarship (varies:varies) Full-time UG in chem. engr.; awarded by the Dept. of Chem. Engr.

National Association of Women in Construction Scholarship (1:$500) Full-time female student recommended by professor; must have good gpa and plan to pursue a career in const. mgt.; awarded by Nat. Assoc. of Women in Const., BR Chapter No. 6.

Noland Scholarship (2:$1,000) UG in civil engr.; 2.00 gpa; awarded by Dept. of Civil & Envr. Engr.

Richard O'Shields Scholarship (varies:$1,000) UG in engr.; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Engr.

Boykin and Mable Pegues Scholarship (80:$1,000) UG in chem. engr., civil engr., elec. engr., ind. engr., mech. engr., and pet. engr.; awarded by Col. of Engr.

Petroleum Engineering Alumni Scholarship (varies:varies) UG in pet. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Pet. Engr.

Phillips Petroleum Scholarship in Chemical Engineering (1:$1,000) UG in chem. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Chem. Engr.

PPG Industries Scholarship (varies:$1,000) UG in chem. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Chem. Engr.

Wiley D. Poole Memorial Scholarship UG in biol. engr.; 2.75 gpa and financial need.; awarded by dept. of Biol. & Agr. Engr.

Raytheon Scholarship (1:$1,000) JR in engr.; awarded by Col. of Engr.

George Reymond Scholarship (varies:varies) UG in elec. engr.; 2.50 gpa; awarded by Dept. of Elec. Engr.

Routh Family Scholarship (varies:varies) JR or SR in chem. engr., elec. engr., or pet. engr.; awarded by Col. of Engr.

Schlumberger Foundation, Inc., Scholarship (varies:varies) JR/SR in pet. engr.; awarded by Col. of Engr. and Dept. of Pet. Engr.

Hermann Schluter Family Scholarship (1:$1,000) SO or above in engr.; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Col. of Engr.

T. H. Scott Scholarship in Agricultural Engineering (2:$300) UG with 2.50 average in agr. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Biol. & Agr. Engr.

John E. Seip Scholarship (varies:varies) UG in chem. engr.; awarded by the Dept. of Chem. Engr.

Charles E. Severance Endowed Fellowship GR & U.S. citizen, full-time stud. maj. in biol. and agr. engr., financial need and 4-H exp. preferred.

Society of Petroleum Engineers, Delta Section, Scholarship (varies:varies) UG in pet. engr.; awarded by Soc. of Pet. Engrs.

Society of Petroleum Engineers, Evangeline Section, Scholarship (varies:varies) UG in pet. engr.; awarded by Soc. of Pet. Engrs.

Society of Petroleum Engineers, South Louisiana Section Scholarship (varies:varies) UG in pet. engr.; awarded by Soc. of Pet. Engrs.

James Sturgis Scholarship (varies:varies) UG in mech. engr.; U.S. citizen; awarded by Dept. of Mech. Engr.

Texaco Foundation Scholarship (varies:varies) UG in pet. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Pet. Engr.

Carl H. Thomas Memorial Scholarship SR in biol. engr.; 2.99 gpa or above; awarded Dept. of Biol. & Agr. Engr.

Turner Industries LTD Scholarship (2:$3,000) Full-time JR in Col. of Engr. with 3.00 overall gpa; pursuing career in construction or engineering; financial need; U.S. citizen. Awarded by Col. of Engr.

Uniroyal Scholarship (varies:varies) JR in envr. engr.; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Dept. of Civil & Envr. Engr.

Gail Robinson Wilbur Scholarship (1:$1,000) SO female; awarded by Col. of Engr.

Louis Windham Memorial Scholarship (2:$250) SO in agr. engr. with 2.50 gpa; awarded by the Dept. of Biol. & Agr. Engr.

Scott-Windham Scholarship SO in biol. engr.; 2.5 gpa and financial need; awarded by Dept. of Biol., and Agr. Engr.

*Floyd W. Womack, Sr., Scholarship (varies:$1,000) Student in const. mgt.; awarded by Dept. of Const. Mgt.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

Vincent E. Cangelosi Scholarship Fund (1:$500) Entering FR with composite ACT score of 25 or above or SAT score of 1100 or above; 3.00 high school gpa or better.

*Elayn Hunt Scholarship (1:$250) Female FR who has completed 15 hrs. with a gpa range between 2.000-2.499; graduate of a LA high school.

King-Sollberger Educational Trust (1:$1,000) Fulltime FR; 2.5 or better gpa; resident of LA or MS.

King-Sollberger Education Trust (1:$2,000) Entering FR with 2.50 high school gpa and resident of LA or MS.

*Marjorie Longsdorf Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) FR enrolled as full-time student; graduate of Baton Rouge Magnet School; must plan to major in educ.

*Anthony J. Losavio Scholarship (1:$500) Entering FR with composite ACT score of 22-28; graduate of a LA high school.

*Josephine Losavio Scholarship (1:$500) Entering FR with composite ACT score of 22-28; graduate of LA high school.

Ralph Norwood Memorial Scholarship (1:$500) Black UG in Ctr. for Adv. & Coun. who demonstrates leadership, character, and scholarship.

Don Redden Sophomore Scholarship (1:$1,000) Fulltime FR who has completed a minimum of 15 hours with a gpa of 3.50 or better.

Ryan Paul Shannon Memorial Scholarship (1:$1,000) Entering FR in Allied Health Program; 3.00 or greater high school gpa; 23 or better ACT composite; preference given to students from ST. Charles, Orleans, and St. John parishes.


MANSHIP SCHOOL OF MASS COMMUNICATION

Patricia Wilson Baldridge Memorial Scholarship (1:$250) JR or SR female majoring in mass comm.; 3.20 gpa; strong record of campus extra-curricular activities; awarded by the Manship Sch. of Mass Comm.

John Blanchard "Top 100" Scholarship (varies) FR majoring in mass comm.; must be among top 100 entering students; awarded by SA&S Com.

Lillian Bourdier Top-100 Endowed Scholarship (2:varies) FR majoring in mass comm. or English (taking courses in mass comm.); awarded by Manship Sch. of Mass Comm.

Albert and Virginia Bunch Scholarship (1:varies) Entering FR in mass comm.; awarded by Manship Sch. of Mass Comm.

John Henderson Cade Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) Full-time print or broadcast communications major with 3.00 overall gpa; must display talent and enthusiasm for writing and have evidence of financial need.

*Margaret Dixon Mass Communication Award (1:varies) SR female in mass comm.; media achievement; awarded by Manship Sch. of Mass Comm.

Robert Ewing Scholarship (varies:varies) JR or SR in mass comm. who has attended LSU at least one yr. and has 3.50 gpa; awarded by Manship Sch. of Mass Comm.

Jim Featherston Scholarship (1:varies) JR in mass comm. who has attended LSU since FR year; 3.00 gpa; interest in print journalism; awarded by Manship Sch. of Mass Comm.

Freeport-McMoRan Minority Scholarship (1:$1,000) FR majoring in mass comm.; awarded by the Manship Sch. of Mass Comm.

*Roberta Gilkison Falk Student Travel Grants (varies:varies) Meritorious mass comm. students; awarded by Manship Sch. of Mass Comm.

*Walter Hitesman Scholarship (3:$500 per sem) FR mass comm. student having financial need and showing great promise as a journalist; awarded by Manship Sch. of Mass Comm.

Roland T. , Jr. and Malva Haynes Huson Full time UG mass comm. major with financial need; preference given to print journalism students.

Johns Memorial Scholarship (1:$1,500) Mass comm. major with interest in agric. journalism; additional funding available for approved travel; awarded by the LSU Agric. Ctr.

*Benjamin F. Leeper Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) JR in mass comm.; interest in photography; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Manship Sch. of Mass Comm.

Manship Scholarship (varies:varies) Entering FR in mass comm. with superior scholastic record; at least 26 composite score on ACT; renewable; awarded by Manship Sch. of Mass Comm.

Nancy Norris Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) Full-time mass comm. major with at least 3.00 overall gpa; may reapply for additional year.

Phi Kappa Phi Outstanding Senior Award (1:Certif.) SR with highest gpa; selected by dean, Manship Sch. of Mass Comm.

Bryan Putman Memorial Scholarship (varies:$200 per sem.) SO/JR/SR in mass comm. with 3.00 gpa; awarded by Manship Sch. of Mass Comm to financially needy students.

Melvin and Charlotte Schexnayder Scholarship (1:varies) Entering FR with demonstrated interest in journalism; or SO or JR full-time mass comm. major in print journalism.

*Joseph M. Silverberg Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) SR in news-editorial; graduate of LA high school; 3.00 gpa; awarded by Manship Sch. of Mass Comm.

Byron St. Dizier Endowed Scholarship (1:varies) SR in mass. com. with demonstrated ability for and commitment to print or broadcast journalism; awarded by Manship Sch. of Mass Comm.

Bart Swanson Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) UG/GR majoring in mass comm., planning a career in sports reporting; awarded annually by the Manship Sch. of Mass Comm.

Jean Wheeler Memorial Scholarship (1:$500) UG female with demonstrated interest in mass comm. and/or theatre; 3.00 gpa; awarded by L'Acadienne Chapter of American Women in Radio and Television, in consultation with faculty of relevant departments.

WRKF Scholarship (1:$500) Mass comm. major; 60 hours minimum; 2.75 gpa required.

David Yates Memorial Award (1:varies) Outstanding SR male majoring in mass comm.; selected each spring.

COLLEGE OF MUSIC AND DRAMATIC ARTS

Awards

Lucille J. Blum Award in Music (2:varies) Awarded to vocal and instrumental students receiving B.M. degree with highest gpa at graduation.

Louisiana Federation of Music Clubs Honor Award (2:$25 fee exemption/sem.) High school student earning superior rating in voice, piano, or violin in State Competition Festival sponsored by LA Federation of Music Clubs; awarded on recommendation of dean.

Tiger Marching Band Award (varies:$640) Every Tiger Marching Band member eligible for cash service award at end of each fall semester; participation by audition only; full-time student with minimum gpa of 2.00.

Annual Scholarships

David Chang Memorial Scholarship (1:$1,500) Outstanding violin student; awarded by Sch. of Music.

Frances Greer Scholarship in Voice (varies) UG/GR music majors in voice; awarded by the School of Music.

*Forrest F. Griffen Memorial Scholarship (varies) Outstanding UG/GR tuba or low brass student(s); awarded by low brass faculty.

Frances Taylor Kurzweg Distinguished Pianists Scholarship (2:varies) GR; awarded to student by recommendation of the dean.

Music Activity Scholarship (varies) UG/GR; renewable; based on competitive auditions and academic standing; awarded by dean.

Baton Rouge Music Club, Marshall Peery Scholarship (1:varies) JR voice student, by audition; awarded by Baton Rouge Music Club.

Baton Rouge Music Club, Gertrude Bott Saucier Scholarship (1:varies) JR instrumental student, by audition.

Opera Guild of Baton Rouge Scholarship (2:varies) Outstanding voice student who is (or will be) enrolled in opera workshop; awarded by Sch. of Music.

Gladys Means Loyd Scholarship (1:fee waiver for two sem.) JR/SR or female GR in theatre; academic ability and talent; awarded by theatre faculty.

Susie Chancey-O'Quinn Travel Grant Fund for M.F.A. Directors (varies:varies) Meritorious student directors in Theatre M.F.A. program in need of travel funds to conferences off-campus or as apprentices on professional productions; awarded by Dept. of Theatre.

John Patterson Scholarship (varies) Outstanding bassoon student(s); awarded by Sch. of Music.

Phi Kappa Phi Outstanding Senior Award (1:Certif.) SR with highest gpa; selected by dean, Sch. of Music.

Piano Pedagogy Scholarship (varies) UG/GR piano pedagogy major; gpa; awarded by the School of Music.

Theodore Presser Foundation Scholarship (1:varies) Outstanding UG in Sch. of Music; awarded by Sch. of Music.

Earl Redding Memorial Prize in Musical Theatre (1:$500) UG/GR concentrating in voice; awarded by Sch. of Music.

Baton Rouge Rotary Club Scholarship (1:varies) Voice student in Sch. of Music; awarded by Rotary Club.

*Claude L. Shaver Scholarship (1:fee waiver) JR/SR/GR in theatre; academic ability and theatre talent; awarded by theatre faculty.

Oramay Welch Young Scholarship (varies) Awarded to gifted incoming violin student.

Endowed Scholarships

Frank Collins Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) UG/GR concentrating in organ; awarded by Sch. of Music.

*Helen Libbey Cordiner Scholarship in Violin (1:varies) UG violin student; awarded by annual competition.

*Dr. Michael A. Galasso Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) UG incoming violin student; awarded by Sch. of Music.

Alvin Earl Hatton Memorial Scholarship (varies) Keyboard students; preference to organ; awarded by Sch. of Music.

*L. Bruce Jones Memorial Scholarship (varies) UG/GR majoring in music education; excellent academic record; awarded by Sch. of Music.

*Kenneth Klaus Viola Scholarship (1:varies) Student concentrating in strings in Sch. of Music; musical and academic ability and financial need; awarded by Sch. of Music.

*Allison R. Kolb Music Scholarship (varies) UG/GR in Sch. of Music.; awarded by Sch. of Music.

*Byron Lamb Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) Outstanding UG/GR tuba or low brass student; awarded by Sch. of Music.

Carleton Liddle Scholarship in Piano (varies) Awarded by Sch. of Music.

Richard F. Norem, Sr. Scholarship (1:$500) Awarded to outstanding JR, SR, or GR student concentrating in Horn; musical and academic ability; citizenship; awarded by the Sch. of Music.

Brent Rhodes Memorial Scholarship (1:$1,000/semester) Awarded to UG studying percussion who has no other tuition awards.

The Richinse Fund (varies) Awarded to outstanding UG or GR students demonstrating musical and academic ability; awarded by the Sch. of Music.

*Barrett and Mae Stout Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) SR music student; distinguished gpa in music theory and lit.; awarded by Sch. of Music.

OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS

Philip J. Barbier Memorial Scholarship (4:$2,000) Awarded to undergraduate students with financial need; minimum 3.00 gpa; awarded by Office of SA&S.

George F. Bauman Estate Scholarship (varies:varies) Awarded to UG with financial need; awarded by the Office of SA&S.

Skip Bertman Leadership Scholarship (2:$1,000) Awarded to EF demonstrating outstanding leadership ability; financial need may be considered; awarded by SA&S Cmte.

Board of Supervisors Scholarship (varies:tuition exemption, equal to amount of tuition for UG, GR) UG/GR/ professional student; awarded by Board of Supervisors and President of LSU System; applications available in room 208 Coates Hall.

Boyd-Ewing Post 58 American Legion Scholarship (1:$100) UG entering advanced ROTC program; awarded by executive committee of Boyd-Ewing Post 58, on recommendation of Army or Air Force Commandant of Cadets.

Robert L. Brooksher/Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association Energy Scholarship (1:varies) JR or SR in an energy related discipline; awarded by a special committee on the basis of academic credentials.

Robert Stevens Butler Award (1:varies) Port Allen High School graduate with highest gpa during FR yr. at LSU.

Campus Club Scholarship Award (1:$1,000) Gpa of 3.50 or better; son or daughter of persons eligible for Campus Club membership; awarded by SA&S Com.

Capitol Lodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias Memorial Scholarship (1:$1,000) Entering FR; awarded by Office of SA&S.

Larry and Barbara Chachere Memorial Scholarship (1:$500/year, $250/semester) UG; LA resident taking an Evening School course; 3.00 gpa, declared major in allied health field; awarded by Office of SA&S.

Evening School First Break Scholarship (varies:$350) UG PASS student, academic ability, awarded by special committee.

Farmer's Grain Terminal Scholarship (1:$1,000) EF from certain parishes with at least a 3.00 gpa; financial need may be considered; awarded by the Office of SA&S.

Georgia Pacific Foundation/Port Hudson Scholarship (2:$1,500) Awarded to a graduate of Zachary High School planning to major in engineering; awarded by Office of SA&S.

*Leon Guerin—Al Evans Memorial Scholarship (4:$1,000) LA high school graduate; academic ability and financial need; awarded by SA&S Com.

*Fannie Guy Memorial Scholarship (1:$600) Graduate of DeSoto Parish high school; awarded by SA&S Com.

Halbedel Trust Scholarship Fund (varies:$600) UG needing financial assistance; awarded by SA&S Com.

International Student Undergraduate Nonresident Honor Award (5:$3,300) Internat. student; awarded by Internat. Educ. Committee.

Joseah A. Kleinpeter Scholarship for Engineering and Science (1:$1,200) Awarded to UG majoring in engineering or science/mathematics; minimum 3.00 gpa and 23 ACT; preference for graduates of Amite High School then Oak Forest Academy then to residents of Tangipahoa Parish; awarded by SA&S Cmte.

*James M. Koenecke Memorial Scholarship (2:$2,500) Entering FR; outstanding academic and leadership qualities.

Gillis W. Long Memorial Scholarship (1:$1,200) UG LA resident in pre-law, pol. sci., or government; awarded by SA&S Com.

LSU Kiwanis Club Scholarship (2:$750) Dependent of LSU faculty/staff entering SR college in fall semester; awarded by Office of SA&S.

LSU License Plate Scholarships (50:$1,000) Awarded to currently enrolled undergraduate students with at least a 3.70 gpa and no other major scholarship; awarded by Office of SA&S.

Louisiana Boys' State Award; Louisiana Girls' State Award (12:$300 FR yr. only) Awarded by director, LA Boys' State and LA Girls' State.

Louisiana Science and Engineering Sweepstakes Scholarship (1: $750 cash award for four years) Sweepstakes winner in the senior division of the LA Science and Engineering Fair; minimum ACT (or SAT equivalent) composite score of 28.

Louisiana State Science Fair Award (7:$300 FR yr. only) Awarded by LA State Science Fair.

*Captain John Adrian Martin Memorial Scholarship (1:$1,000) Entering FR; graduate of Woodlawn High School (B.R., LA); awarded by SA&S Com. on recommendation of Woodlawn High School principal.

Martin Lumber Foundation Scholarship (varies:$1,000) Awarded to students in specified majors from certain parishes; awarded by Office of SA&S.

*Mattye F. McGivney Memorial Scholarship (varies: $1,000) SO/JR/SR; LA resident; awarded by SA&S Com.

Mike McNeal Memorial Scholarship (1:$500) Awarded to graduate of Tara High School upon recommendation of principal.

*Anna R. Meyer Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) UG from Ouachita Parish; awarded by SA&S Com.

Chep Morrison Memorial Scholarship (1:$950) UG in pre-law; awarded by SA&S Com.

Port Allen Lions Club Leadership Scholarship (1:$1,000) Entering FR; open to graduate from a West Baton Rouge Parish high school with a composite ACT score of at least 24, and a gpa of at least 3.00; awarded on the basis of leadership in student organizations and participation in community service activities.

ROTC Scholarship See section below.

Gertrude Bott Saucier Scholarship (25:$800) Based on financial need; awarded by Office of SA&S.

Scholarship for Nonresident Sons and Daughters of LSU Graduates (varies:one-half of the nonresident fee) UG who has been admitted as new FR or transfer student.

Staff Senate Scholarship (1:$500) UG with at least 24 hours earned and 2.50 gpa; must be the dependent of LSU current or retired staff member; awarded by Office of SA&S.

State Literary Rally Award (varies:$300 FR yr. only) Awarded to 1st place winners in LA State Literary Rally.

State School for the Blind Scholarship (varies: partial fee waiver) Graduates of LA State School for the Blind; awarded by Office of the University Registrar on evidence of eligibility.

Bingham Cushman Stewart Scholarship (varies:varies) Awarded to new and continuing students on the basis of academic credentials; awarded by Office of SA&S.

*Collis B. Temple, Sr., Scholarship Fund (varies) Entering needy minority FR who otherwise would not be able to pursue college education.

Undergraduate Scholarship for Children of Louisiana Police Officers, Deputy Sheriffs, or Firefighters Killed or Permanently Disabled in Performance of Duty (varies) Recipients exempted from payment of tuition and University charges for room and meals; additional $250 per semester for books.

*Dr. Charles Henry Voss Memorial Scholarship (1:$750) UG; LA resident; awarded by SA&S Com.

Ted and Esther Walker Leadership Scholarship (1:$1,000) Entering FR; awarded on basis of leadership in student organizations and participation in community activities; ACT composite of 26 or better, and gpa of at least 3.00, with a major in engineering.

LSU STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Undergraduate students planning to participate in an approved LSU Study Abroad Program are eligible for consideration for awards ranging from $1,000 to $3,000 each. To be considered, students must have at least a 3.00 cumulative grade point average, must have earned a minimum of 30 hours, and must be concurrently enrolled at LSU during the study abroad period. Applications for these awards are available in the Office of Student Aid & Scholarships, 208 Coates Hall and in the Academic Programs Abroad Office, 113 Hatcher Hall.

GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS

For information on scholarships and awards for students in the Graduate School or professional schools, see the publications issued by those divisions.

ROTC Scholarships

Air Force ROTC Scholarships

The Air Force ROTC College Scholarships Program offers assistance to outstanding men and women who enroll in the Air Force ROTC program. Most scholarships provide for payment of tuition (resident and nonresident), textbook expenses, laboratory and associated fees for required classes, and also include a tax-free allowance of $200 per month during the school year. Male and female high school students are eligible for the four-year scholarship program if they complete an application prior to December 1 of their senior year.

For applications and procedures, interested students should apply to LSU and Air Force ROTC early during their senior year. Scholarship applications can be obtained by writing to AFROTC, Det 310/UAO, Military Science Building, Room 105, South Stadium Road, LSU, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803-0100, or calling 800/578-4535 or 225/578-4407.

After applying, the student competes for the awards against other highly qualified students from around the nation.

Army ROTC Scholarships

The Army ROTC Scholarship Program is designed to offer financial assistance to outstanding men and women who are interested in the Army as a career. Each scholarship provides for all tuition (resident and nonresident), Student Health Service fee, laboratory fees, other required fees, $510 per year for books, and $200 per month subsistence allowance for up to 10 academic months each year the scholarship is in effect.

Scholarships may be awarded for two, three, or four years. Four-year scholarships are open, on a competitive basis, to high school juniors and seniors. Applications for four-year scholarships must be completed and returned prior to November 15 in the student's senior year in high school. Applications may be completed on-line at www.armyrotc.com or obtained by calling 1-800-USAROTC. The on-campus three- and two- year scholarships are open, on a competitive basis, to all qualified freshmen and sophomores. Applications for these scholarships are obtained from the Professor of Military Science. In addition to the benefits provided by Army ROTC scholarships, LSU will provide room and board at no cost to all ROTC scholarship recipients. For most of the scholarships, a student can expect to incur an active duty obligation of four years upon graduation and commissioning.

Navy ROTC Scholarships

The National Competition Navy ROTC Scholarship Program is designed to provide four, three, or two years of financial assistance to outstanding young men and women working toward the bachelor's degree. NROTC scholarships provide for the University fee, nonresident fee, books, laboratory fees, and $100 per month subsistence allowance.
Interested students should apply to the NROTC Navy-Marine Corps Scholarship Program, P.O. Box 5909, Washington, DC 20014 before December 1 or contact the Navy recruiter at the NROTC Unit, Southern University, Baton Rouge; telephone 225/771-4370 or 774-3521 (collect).

LSU students who join the Naval ROTC Program at Southern University become eligible to compete for NROTC scholarships while actively participating in the program. These scholarships are awarded following each semester's performance. The Professor of Naval Science nominates students enrolled in the NROTC college program based on their demonstrated academic performance and aptitude for service as commissioned officers in the U.S. Navy or Marine Corps. Midshipmen may choose the Marine Corps option prior to beginning their junior year.

Additional information may be obtained by contacting the Professor of Naval Science, NROTC Unit, Southern University, Baton Rouge 70813; telephone 225/771-4370 or 225/774-3521 (collect). Students incur no obligation while participating in the freshman and sophomore years of NROTC. There is no additional cost to LSU students to cross-enroll in the NROTC Program.

FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS

The Office of Student Aid and Scholarships administers a number of federally funded financial aid programs to assist students in meeting their educational costs. All such programs are subject to regulations authorized by the United States Department of Education, as well as University policies consistent with these federal regulations and are subject to change.

Detailed information on these programs can be found in the handbook, Student Aid and Scholarships, available through the Office of Student Aid and Scholarships or the Internet at www.lsu.edu/financialaid.

Grants

Federal Pell Grants—Undergraduate students working toward their first degree are eligible for consideration. Eligibility is determined by a federal need analysis formula.

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants—Undergraduate students working toward their first degree, who show exceptional financial need may qualify. Funds are limited.

Campus-Based Programs

Federal Perkins Loans—Low-interest (5 percent) loans made by LSU and repaid to LSU. Students must show financial need and be enrolled at least half-time. Deferment and cancellation privileges are available under certain circumstances.

Federal Work-Study Program—Campus jobs provided to full-time students who show financial need. Students earn an hourly wage (beginning at minimum wage) and are paid every two weeks. Students who are awarded Federal Work-Study employment have the option of choosing job sites designated as community service agencies.

Federal Family Education Loans

Students borrowing under the Federal Family Education Loans Programs described below, except PLUS, are required by federal regulation to have an entrance counseling session before they receive their first disbursement at LSU. When a student borrower graduates, resigns, or otherwise ceases to be enrolled on at least a half-time basis at LSU, they are required to attend an exit counseling session. These counseling sessions can be accomplished at www.nelliemae.com.

Federal Stafford Loans—Based on financial need, this program enables students to borrow funds at a special low rate of interest from a participating lender. Payments are deferred until six months after the student ceases being enrolled on at least a half-time basis.

Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loans— This program enables students to borrow, regardless of need. Interest will accrue on this loan while the student is enrolled, and may be paid or capitalized as agreed by the borrower and the lender. The interest rate on the unsubsidized loan will be the same as on the Federal Stafford Loan.

Federal Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS)—This program allows parents of dependent students to borrow per year up to the cost of education, less any other aid, at a special low rate of interest. The repayment period begins on the day the loan is disbursed, and the first installment to the lender is due within 60 days of that date. This loan is not based on need.

ELIGIBILITY FOR FINANCIAL AID

In general, new, transfer, and re-entry students must meet the following criteria to apply for the various loan, job, and grant programs. The student must:

Be enrolled as a regular student in a degree-granting or certificate program.
Be a U.S. citizen or eligible noncitizen (permanent resident).
Be enrolled at least half-time (most programs—regular semesters: undergraduate, six hours; graduate, five hours; summer term), undergraduate and graduate, three hours.
Not be in default on prior student loans or owe a refund on a federal grant.
Be making satisfactory academic progress as described in the section, Satisfactory Academic Progress for Purposes of Financial Aid Eligibility.

Application for Federal
Financial Aid

Continuing, new, or prospective LSU students who wish to apply for the programs described in this section should file either the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the Renewal Application. The FAFSA is available at most high schools or by contacting the LSU Office of Student Aid and Scholarships. Renewal Applications are mailed directly to prior year applicants by the U.S. Department of Education. Students with appropriate Internet access may apply on-line at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov. It is recommended that the application be filed no later than March 1 for summer or fall enrollment or October 1 for spring enrollment. These applications cover aid awarded for the upcoming academic year (beginning with the summer term) and application must be made each year.

Satisfactory Academic Progress
for Purposes of Financial Aid
Eligibility

In order to receive financial aid, a student must be making satisfactory academic progress. For the purpose of participating in any of the federal student aid programs, the LSU Faculty Senate Committee on Student Aid and Scholarships has established the following policy for determining satisfactory academic progress for undergraduate students:

Students with less than 60 earned hours must not be on scholastic probation.

Student with 60 or more earned hours must have 2.0 cumulative gpa.

When registered full-time (12 or more hours), students are expected to earn at least an average of nine hours of credit each semester.

When registered part-time, students are expected to earn a proportionate number of hours (usually 75%) each semester.

Students may only receive financial aid for a maximum of 192 attempted credit hours.

If this established criteria is not met, students may seek to appeal if mitigating circumstances affected their academic performance. Students are notified when they are not considered to be making satisfactory academic progress and if they qualify for the appeal process.

Graduate/Professional School Students

Graduate and professional school students who meet the requirements for admission and retention in a specific degree program under the scholastic regulations of that school are considered to be in good academic standing.

Graduate Students shall be expected to earn at least an average of six hours of credit for each semester when registered as full-time or a proportionate number of hours credit (usually seventy-five per cent of hours carried) when registered as part-time. This will apply for each academic year in which the student is enrolled, as well as for their cumulative graduate academic record.

Professional school students pursuing a professional degree program in either law or veterinary medicine shall be expected to earn at least an average of twelve hours of credit for each semester when registered full-time or a proportionate number of hours of credit (usually seventy-five per cent of hours carried) when registered part-time. This will apply for each academic year in which the student is enrolled, as well as for their cumulative academic record in professional school.

Resignations/Unofficial Withdrawals

Students who receive financial aid funds and then resign or unofficially withdraw (cease attendance) during the first 60 percent of the enrollment period will be required to repay all or part of the aid they received. The amount of aid that must be returned is based on the period of time the student remained enrolled. For example, if a student was enrolled for 30 percent of the semester (calendar days), the student is only entitled to 30 percent of the total aid received. The remaining 70 percent of federal aid must be returned to the appropriate programs in the following order: Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loans, Federal Perkins Loans, Federal PLUS Loans, Federal Pell Grants, Federal SEOG, and LEAP. The amount of aid to be returned will be calculated at the time of resignation. For unofficial withdrawals, the amount will be calculated at the end of the enrollment period. Until this obligation is settled, requests for academic transcripts will not be processed and any further financial aid may be in jeopardy.

Refunds

Students who receive financial aid funds and then officially resign from the University may be entitled to a partial refund of certain University fees, depending on the resignation date. Specific information regarding the refund schedule is available in from the Office of the University Registrar.

Campus Employment

Those students who want to work on campus, but do not qualify on the basis of financial need, may seek regular student employment by contacting various departments on campus. Only full-time students who are not on academic probation are eligible to hold campus jobs. Graduating seniors who are part-time in their final semester may have permission to work in a campus job. The Job Location and Development Program located in B12 Coates Hall provides assistance with locating part-time jobs on- and off-campus. Graduate students should inquire about the availability of assistantships in their departmental offices.

Short-Term LSU Loans

Full-time students may apply for short-term Hiram Student Loans for $300-$500. Students must not be on scholastic probation to receive these loans. Loans are made starting on the first day of classes; the process continues until October 1 for fall, March 1 for spring, and July 1 for summer. Students are permitted a maximum of 60 days to repay the loan in full. A two percent service charge is assessed on the amount borrowed. This two percent service charge is equivalent to an annual interest rate of 12 percent.

Hiram Student Loans are to be repaid at the Office of Bursar Operations, 125 Thomas Boyd Hall, on or before the maturity date shown on the promissory note signed by the student at the time the loan was negotiated. Students who fail to repay the Hiram Student Loan by the maturity date may jeopardize their chances of making future loans.

Accounts that must be turned over to LSU's attorneys for collection are assessed an additional collection fee. All international students who are interested in Hiram Loans should contact the International Student Office prior to receiving loans or working in jobs on campus.

Services for Students with Disabilities

The Office of Student Aid and Scholarships is a TDD (Telecommunications Device for the Deaf) location. Hearing impaired students may call 578-3675 to communicate with a financial aid officer.

Students with physical disabilities who must confer with a financial aid officer should contact the office for an appointment in advance so that appropriate accommodations can be made.

VETERANS' BENEFITS

The Office of the University Registrar, 112 Thomas Boyd Hall, provides counseling and information for veterans attending LSU. Enrollment certifications to the Veterans' Administration are handled through this office, and all veterans and eligible dependents of deceased or disabled veterans are urged to establish contact with the Office of Veterans' Affairs when they arrive on campus. New students who wish to receive advance pay should notify this office at least 30 days prior to registration.