College of
Human Sciences

Scholarships in the College of Human Sciences are awarded based on scholastic excellence, leadership, aptitude, academic service, and in some cases, financial need. Applicants for college scholarships will be considered for all awards within the college and the departments for which they qualify at the time of review. Application deadline is February 15 unless specifically stated otherwise. All college level scholarships are administered by the dean through the College of Human Sciences Scholarship Committee. Renewable awards require that the minimum grade-point average be maintained for continuity.

Departmental scholarships and substance abuse studies scholarships are administered through their respective scholarship committees. Separate application processes and deadlines are noted with descriptions of those particular scholarships.

Malouf and Iris Abraham
Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in any human sciences major with an overall high school or university 2.5 GPA or better and an overall 3.0 GPA on all graduate work. Students should reside in Hemphill, Lipscomb, Ochiltree, Wheeler, Roberts, or Gray counties. Academic performance, character, leadership, and evidence of financial need will be considered.

Established by Malouf and Iris Abraham. Applications should be requested from the office of the dean or Amarillo Area Foundation, Inc., 700 First National Place I, 801 S. Fillmore, Amarillo, TX 79101. Application deadline: April 1.

Nancy Jenks Arnold Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.8 GPA) or graduate (3.0 GPA) students in the college who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success as human sciences professionals. Number and amount vary.

Established in memory of Nancy Jenks Arnold.

Pauline Bean Scholarship

For any students in the college who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success as human sciences professionals. Number and amount vary.

Endowed by an anonymous donor to honor Pauline Bean for her dedicated service to her family and community.

Betty Bell Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.5 GPA) or graduate (3.0 GPA) human sciences majors from West Texas. Amount is $500.

Established by Don and Betty Bell of Wolfforth.

Boeer-Wolf Fellowship

For human sciences majors of good character who have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Some consideration of financial need. Preference given to graduate students.

Established by Dr. Ilse H. Wolf, former professor of consumer education, in memory of her parents, Karl and Louise B. Wolf, and Mrs. Wolf's sisters, Misses Alma and Bertha Boeer.

Douglas and Angela Boren
Scholarship

For entering freshmen majoring in human sciences whose test scores are 1100 SAT1 or 25 ACT. Amount and number vary.

Established by Douglas and Angela Boren of Lubbock.

Jack and Vivian Broyles
Scholarship

For any undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in human sciences who has successfully completed one semester of study with a 3.0 GPA or better. Amount and number vary.

Established by Virginia and C. R. Hutcheson in memory of her father, the late Jack Broyles, and her mother, Vivian Broyles.

Edna Buster Scholarship

For undergraduates (2.5 GPA) or graduate students (3.0 GPA) in human sciences who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success. Amount and number vary.

Established by friends of Edna Buster in honor of her 28 years of teaching service at Texas Tech.

Cagle, Cauley, and Coulter
Scholarship

For graduate students in environmental design and consumer economics, human development with career focus on young children, and family financial planning. Recipients should be outstanding leaders with strong academic records, financial need, and outstanding achievements. Amount and number vary.

Established by family members Dr. Jane Coulter, former Associate Dean for Graduate Study and Research, College of Human Sciences; Dr. and Mrs. Joe Cauley; and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Cagle.

Ernestine and Waggoner Carr Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in any human sciences major, based on academic performance (2.5 GPA), service, and leadership. Amount and number vary.

Established by Ernestine and Waggoner Carr.

Lizzie Belle Clements and Clarence K. Whiteside Sr. Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in the college who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success. Awards to be based on service, leadership, and academic performance (2.8 and 3.0 GPA for undergraduates and graduates, respectively). Amount and numbers vary.

Established by friends and families in honor of Lizzie Belle Clements and Clarence K. Whiteside Sr.

Lola Cone Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students of any human sciences major with an overall 3.0 GPA or better. Number and amount vary.

Established by Lola Cone, whose contributions in civic and charitable projects have had far-reaching effects for community enrichment and development.

Mary Curl Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.8 GPA) or graduate (3.0 GPA) students in the college who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success as human sciences professionals. Number and amount vary.

Established by family and friends in honor of Mary Curl.

C. J. Davidson Scholarship

For outstanding undergraduate and graduate students with preference given to Texas residents enrolled in the college who exhibit scholastic ability (3.0 GPA), leadership, and/or financial need. Undergraduate students should be Texas residents. Students who maintain scholastic achievement may continue on scholarships until graduation. Amount is $1,000 each year for up to four years.

Lou Dunn Diekemper Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in the college who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success. Based on service, leadership, and academic performance. Amount and number vary.

Established by Lou Diekemper because of her commitment to human sciences.

Double T-Claude Dollins
Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.8 GPA) or graduate (3.0 GPA) students in the college who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success as human sciences professionals. Amount and number vary.

Established by Claude Dollins of Lubbock.

Lola Drew Scholarship

For undergraduates or graduates majoring in the college with a 3.0 GPA. Amount and number vary.

Established by Lola Drew and her friends.

Kara Dunn Scholarship

For any classification or major in human sciences demonstrating leadership skills and potential for success as a professional. A minimum 2.8 GPA for undergraduates or a 3.0 GPA for graduate students is required. Amount and number vary.

Established by Mrs. Kara Dunn because of her commitment to human sciences. Kara Moore Dunn, native of the West Texas area, was married to the well-known Lubbock surgeon, Dr. Sam Dunn.

Electric Cooperative Scholarship

For a freshman or sophomore interested in the development of rural America and majoring in human sciences. Based on scholastic achievement, extracurricular activities, citizenship, and need. Preference will be given to applicants who are receiving electric service from a Texas Rural Electric Cooperative. Amount is $300.

Established by the area electric cooperatives and administered by the Texas Rural Electrification Education and Research Committee. Application forms are available at the Office of the Dean, College of Human Sciences, Texas Tech University, Box 41162, Lubbock, TX 79409-1162. Completed application forms are to be sent to the Texas Rural Electrification Education and research Committee, Electrical Engineering Department, Texas Tech University, Box 43102, Lubbock, TX 79409-3102. Application deadline: February 15.

Ethel Foster Memorial
Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in the college who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success. Based on service, leadership, and academic performance (2.8 for undergraduates and 3.0 for graduates). Amounts and number vary.

Established by the family and friends of Miss Foster in memory of her many contributions to the College of Human Sciences.

Constance Bishop Goodwin
Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate majors in the college. Amount and number vary.

Established through the Robert C. Goodwin Trust.

Geneva McLain Griffin Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.5 GPA) or graduate (3.0 GPA) human science majors.

Established by Geneva and Rip Griffin, loyal supporters of Texas Tech and Lubbock.

Vernon and Elizabeth Haggerton
Scholarship

For outstanding undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in the college who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success. Based on service, leadership, and academic performance, recipients should have a 2.5 GPA for undergraduates and 3.0 GPA or better at the graduate level. Amount and number vary.

Established by Vernon and Elizabeth Haggerton.

Elizabeth G. Haley Scholarship

For outstanding undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in the college who demonstrate scholastic achievement. A 2.8 GPA is required for undergraduates and a 3.00 for graduate students. Amount and number vary.

Established by family and friends in honor of Elizabeth G. Haley, Ph.D., the current Dean of the College of Human Sciences.

Gladys M. Haley Scholarship

For graduate or undergraduate majors in any of the departments of the college. Recipients should be outstanding students who exhibit leadership, scholarship, and service and who have professional potential. Amount and number vary.

Established by family and friends in honor of Gladys M. Haley.

Donald W. and Mary T. Haragan Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.8 GPA) or graduate (3.0 GPA) students in the college who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success as human sciences professionals. Amount and number vary.

Established by Donald and Willie Haragan in honor of his parents.

Agnes Hicks Memorial
Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students of any major within the college who demonstrate scholastic achievement. A 3.0 GPA is required. Amount and number vary.

Established by family and friends in memory of Agnes Hicks.

Sallie F. Hill Scholarship

For undergraduate students enrolled in the college with preference given to those from Southern states. Preference given to those with minor in journalism or writing emphasis. Awards based on service, leadership, and academic performance (3.0 GPA minimum). Amounts and number vary.

Established by her family in honor of Miss Hill's 100th birthday, April 13, 1991.

Human Sciences Alumni
Association Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.5 GPA) or graduate (3.0 GPA) majors in human sciences.

Established by Texas Tech Human Sciences Alumni Association.

Human Sciences Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in any human sciences major. Amount and number vary.

C. R. and Virginia Hutcheson
Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.8 GPA) or graduate (3.0 GPA) majors in human sciences. Based on service, leadership, academic performance, and need.

Established by Choc and Virginia Hutcheson of Lubbock.

Helen DeVitt Jones Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.8 GPA) or graduate (3.0 GPA) students in the college who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success as human sciences professionals. Amount and number vary.

Established by a gift from the estate of Helen DeVitt Jones, long-time supporter of the college.

Martha Morgan Jones
Memorial Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.8 GPA) or graduate (3.0 GPA) majors in human sciences. Based on leadership, service, and academic performance.

Established by Drs. Elizabeth Haley and Glenn M. Jones in memory of Martha Morgan Jones.

Jean McLaughlin Kahle
Scholarship

For entering undergraduates (freshman or transfer) in human sciences who demonstrate strong scholastic achievement (3.0 GPA) and leadership. Students who qualify may continue on scholarship one additional year. Amount and number vary.

Established by Mrs. Jean McLaughlin Kahle of Fort Worth.

Carolyn Lanier Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students of any major in the college. Recipients should have strong academic record (minimum 3.0 GPA). Amount and number vary.

Established to honor Carolyn Lanier, former Executive Director of the South Plains Food Bank.

Debbie Crouch Lewis Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in traditional areas of human sciences who are native born Texans. Preference will be given to students who graduate from a Gaines County High School. Recipients must have a minimum overall 2.8 GPA (undergraduate) and 3.5 (graduate), and have demonstrated potential as a professional. Amount and number vary.

Established by family and friends in memory of Debbie Crouch Lewis.

Frances and Tommy Lyle
Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in any human sciences major with a minimum of 2.5 and 3.0 GPA for undergraduates and graduates, respectively. Specifically for a parent who wishes to resume and further his or her education in the college. Amount and number vary.

Established by family and friends of Frances and Tommy Lyle for their commitment to children and community activities.

Manire-Roch Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students of any major in the college who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success. Based on service, leadership, and academic performance (2.8 GPA for undergraduates and 3.0 GPA for graduates). Amount and number vary.

Established by members of the Manire and Roch families honoring their commitment to Texas Tech and higher education.

Massengill Scholarship

For undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in a degree program in the college who demonstrate excellent scholastic achievement, service, and leadership. A 2.8 GPA is required for undergraduates and a 3.0 GPA for graduate students. Amount and number vary.

Established by Ellen Webb Massengill in memory of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Massengill of Littlefield, TX.

Giles and Louise McCrary
Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in the college who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success. Based on service, leadership, and academic performance (3.0 GPA). Consideration given to a Garza County student.

Established by Giles and Louise McCrary of Post, TX.

Robert and Bernice Neugebauer Moore Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.8 GPA) or graduate (3.0 GPA) students in any human sciences major who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success as human sciences professionals. Amount and number vary.

Established by Dr. Robert and the late Bernice Moore, loyal supporters of Human Sciences and active Lubbock community citizens. Dr. Moore established and was the first chair of the department of pediatrics at the TTUHSC School of Medicine. Bernice was a 1950 TTU graduate of Human Sciences.

Carmyn Morrow Scholarship

For freshmen or sophomores majoring in the college. Selections are based on leadership, awards, honors, and community or church-related activities. Amount and number vary.

Established by friends, family, and Dr. Carmyn Morrow, professor and former Associate Dean in the College of Human Sciences.

Jessie Bateman-Barnes Narsutis Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in the college who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success. Based on service, leadership, and academic performance (2.8 GPA for undergraduates and 3.0 GPA for graduates). Amount and number vary.

Established by Jessie W. Bateman-Barnes Narsutis who was named a Human Sciences Distinguished Alumna in 1989.

Omega Chapter Scholarship

For junior or senior members of Omega Chapter, Phi Upsilon Omicron, on the basis of scholastic record, evidence of leadership, character, and sincerity of purpose. A 3.25 GPA is required. Amount and number vary.

Established by members and alumni of the honor society of Phi Upsilon Omicron.

Laverne McWhirter Permenter
Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in human sciences who demonstrate scholastic excellence and leadership potential. Amount and number vary.

Established by E. W. Permenter in memory of Laverne McWhirter Permenter who received the Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees at Texas Tech.

Percy Ruth Price Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students of any major who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success. Financial need is considered as well as interview information.

Established by H. Y. Price in memory of his sister, Percy Ruth Price. Mr. Price attended Tech in 1926-30 and chose to honor his professors and family members with scholarships in their names.

W. B. Rushing Family
Scholarships

For undergraduate (2.8 GPA) or graduate (3.0 GPA) students in the college who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success. Amount and number vary.

Established by the W. B. Rushing family.

Cecil Schwalbe--Nancy Lynne Wilson Scholarship

(Please refer to the Texas Tech Dads and Moms Association section)

Cathy Campbell Sitzes
Memorial Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.8 GPA) or graduate (3.0) students enrolled in the college.

Established by James I. Campbell, loyal Tech alumnus, in loving memory of his daughter, Cathy, a human sciences alumna.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Skibell
Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.8 GPA) or graduate (3.0) students enrolled in the college.

Established by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Skibell, well known retailers in Lubbock.

South Plains Foundation
Scholarship

For undergraduates of any major in the college who have demonstrated leadership skills and show financial need. Based on service, leadership, and academic performance. Amount and number vary.

Established by the South Plains Foundation.

Louise and Erwin Sparks
Scholarship

For an outstanding undergraduate student with a 2.8 GPA pursuing a degree in any area of human sciences. The student should have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success as a professional.

Established by Billie Wolfe in honor of Louise and Erwin Sparks who served as community leaders helping needy families.

Elizabeth Imogene Tatum
Memorial Endowment

For sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate students majoring in the college who are enrolled in at least 12 hours and who demonstrate financial need. Endowment used to assist majors through a special employment program in the College of Human Sciences.

John Tatum established the Elizabeth Imogene Tatum Memorial Endowment as a tribute to his wife in 1986. Elizabeth Tatum worked part-time to complete her education. She graduated from Texas Tech with a bachelor's degree, Home Economics Education, in 1933.

Dorothy Johnson Taylor
Memorial Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.5 GPA) or graduate (3.0 GPA) students enrolled in the college.

Established by Dr. Haskell Taylor, retired Tech accounting professor, in loving memory of his wife, Dorothy, who was a 1939 graduate of human sciences.

Jewell L. Taylor Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in the college who show dedication of purpose, financial need, quality of character, and successful academic achievement. Graduate students enrolled in the field of business or extension will be given special consideration.

Established by the family of Jewell L. Taylor, a dedicated home economist. Her first professional assignment was as a county home demonstration agent followed by employment as a utility home economist.

Ida Parks Thompson
Memorial Scholarship

For a human sciences major who demonstrates interest in the profession. Recipient must have at least a 2.5 GPA. Scholarship is renewable each year if there is need and the criteria are maintained. Amount is paid from the interest income of endowment funds subject to funds available but not more than $500 per semester.

Established by Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Gates in memory of Mrs. Ida Parks Thompson, mother of Mrs. Gates. Mrs. Thompson manifested interest in home economics during her lifetime.

Willa Vaughn Tinsley and Maude Flowers Tinsley Memorial
Scholarship

For junior and senior human sciences students of good scholarship (3.0 GPA) and need who demonstrate concern for people and appreciation of human sciences. Amount and number vary.

Clara Tucker Graduate Fellowship

For any student on a competitive basis who has been admitted to a graduate program in human sciences. Based on a record of achievement for potential and future growth (3.0 GPA) and economic need. Amount and number vary.

Established by Dr. Clara Tucker, a lifetime home economist.

United Supermarkets Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.8 GPA) or graduate (3.0 GPA) students in the college who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success as human sciences professionals. Number and amount vary.

Established by Robert Snell and United Supermarkets, Inc. in support of programs in the College of Human Sciences. Snell and his company are avid supporters of Texas Tech and the Lubbock community.

Margaret W. Weeks Scholarship

For human sciences majors who demonstrate good scholarship and financial need. Amount and number vary.

Established by the Texas Tech Human Sciences Alumni Association in honor of Margaret W. Weeks, the first Dean of the School of Home Economics at Texas Technological College.

Wells--Derr Scholarship

For undergraduate students enrolled in the college; based on scholastic ability, character, potential, and financial need. Priority selection will be given to students in family and consumer sciences, clothing, and child development. A 2.85 GPA is required, and the recipient must be a resident of Texas and eligible to pay resident tuition. Awards are made annually and are renewable. Amount and number vary.

Established by Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Wells in honor of Mrs. Fray Stallings Wells, Mrs. Bertha Mae Wells Derr, Dr. Louise Wells McCormick, and Dr. Maynette Derr Williams.

Maynette Derr Williams
Service Award and Scholarship

For the senior student who has demonstrated exemplary volunteer service to the greater Lubbock community, shown commitment to human sciences professions through college and university service, earned the respect of faculty and peers, developed leadership skills, and demonstrated academic achievement (2.75 GPA).

Established by Dr. Doyle Williams in honor of his wife, Maynette Derr Williams, former faculty member and Assistant Dean of Graduate Studies and Research for the college.

Department of Education, Nutrition, and Restaurant-Hotel Management

Clifford H. and Lucille Andrews Scholarship

For students majoring in restaurant, hotel, and institutional management who have demonstrated academic excellence and leadership skills.

Established by G. Randall Andrews in honor of his parents.

ARAMARK Services Scholarship

For juniors majoring in restaurant, hotel, and institutional management (RHIM) who have earned at least half their educational expenses by working in the hospitality industry. A minimum 2.5 GPA is required.

Established by ARAMARK Services. Administered by the RHIM Scholarship Committee. Application deadline: April 15.

Roland and Alyne McCallon DeFee Scholarship

For graduate students majoring in restaurant, hotel, and institutional management with a preference to nontraditional students.

Established by Debby Duff in honor of her parents, Roland and Alyne McCallon DeFee.

Georgia Mae Ericson Scholarship

For sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate majoring in restaurant, hotel, and institutional management. Minimum 2.5 GPA (undergraduate) 3.0 (graduate), leadership skills. Amount varies.

Administered by the RHIM Scholarship Committee. Application deadline: April 15.

Furr's--Bishop Scholarship

For restaurant, hotel, and institutional management majors with a minimum 2.0 GPA; based on need and academic performance. Amount varies.

Established by Furr's, Inc., and Lubbock Restaurant Association. Administered by the RHIM Scholarship Committee. Application deadline: April 15.

Madam Goh Scholarship

For restaurant, hotel, and institutional management majors with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Amount and number vary.

Established by family and friends in memory of Madam Swee Poh Goh.

John Q. Hammons Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in restaurant, hotel, and institutional management who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success as a human science professional. Based on service, leadership, and academic performance, recipients should have an overall GPA of 2.5 or better. Amount and number vary.

Established by John Q. Hammons Industries.

Jazz Sam Hargrove-Marcos Duarte Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.8 GPA) or graduate (3.0 GPA) students majoring in restaurant, hotel, and institutional management. Amount and number vary.

Established by Victor Allred of Linear Notions dba Jazz, A Louisiana Kitchen in memory of two Jazz employees who died, Sam Hargrove and Marco Duarte.

Les Dames d'Escoffier, Texas Chapter, Scholarship Endowment

For a female undergraduate restaurant, hotel, and institutional management major. Student must have completed 12 hours and be enrolled full-time; have a minimum overall 3.0 GPA and a 3.5 GPA in major; be a resident of Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, or Louisiana. Based on scholarship, professional potential, character, and financial need. Based on the recommendation of the scholarship committee and approval of the dean. Amount varies.

Established by the Dallas chapter of Les Dames d'Escoffier. Administered by the RHIM Scholarship Committee. Application deadline: April 15.

Lubbock Restaurant Association--Lauro F. Cavazos Scholarship

For restaurant, hotel, and institutional management majors with a 2.5 GPA for undergraduates and a 3.0 GPA for graduates.

Established by members of the Lubbock Restaurant Association. Administered by the RHIM Scholarship committee. Application deadline: April 15.

Clint McPherson--T. V. Munson Scholarship

For undergraduates or graduate students majoring in restaurant, hotel, institutional management or food and nutrition with an interest in wine marketing or enology. Students with chemistry minors will be given preference. Awards are for outstanding students with academic performance (2.8 GPA for undergraduates and 3.0 GPA for graduates). Amount and number vary.

Established by friends and family of Clinton McPherson, retired chemistry professor, for his work in the West Texas wine industry. Also established in memory of T. V. Munson, an internationally known Texas horticulturist. Administered by the College Scholarship Committee.

Gary Owens Scholarship

For restaurant, hotel, and institutional management majors with a minimum 2.0 GPA. Amount varies.

Established by Ray Chapman as a memorial to Gary Owens. Administered by the RHIM Scholarship Committee. Application deadline: April 15.

Gregory James Pappas
Scholarship

For juniors or seniors majoring in restaurant, hotel, and institutional management with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Recipients should be citizens of the U. S. and have a proven interest in a career in the hospitality industry, preferably the restaurant industry. Amount and number vary.

Established by Pappas Restaurants and friends and family of Gregory James Pappas.

RHIM Booster Scholarship

For restaurant, hotel, and institutional management majors of sophomore standing or higher with a minimum 2.5 GPA.

Established by the RHIM Booster Club. Administered by the RHIM Scholarship Committee. Application deadline: April 15.

RHIM Faculty Scholarship

For a student majoring in restaurant, hotel, and institutional management. Minimum 2.75 GPA. Based on record of excellence, academic performance, service, and leadership. Amount varies.

Selection determined by the RHIM Scholarship Committee. Application deadline: April 15.

Dennis Roark Memorial
Endowed Scholarship

For a junior or senior majoring in restaurant, hotel, and institutional management. Minimum 2.0 GPA. Based on academic performance, service, and leadership. Amount varies.

Established in memory of Dennis Roark, a graduate of the Restaurant, Hotel, and Institutional Management program by family and friends. Administered by the RHIM Scholarship Committee. Application deadline: April 15.

W. B. Rushing Family Scholarship

For sophomore, junior, or senior restaurant, hotel, and institutional management majors with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Amount varies.

Established by the W. B. Rushing family. Administered by the College Scholarship Committee.

Mary Sue Sandidge Scholarship

For a female student majoring in restaurant, hotel, and institutional management. Based on demonstrated leadership skills, potential for success, and a 2.75 GPA. Amount varies.

Established by Mary G. Sandidge. Administered by the RHIM Scholarship Committee. Application deadline: April 15.

W. H. Watson--Watson
Foodservice Scholarship

For restaurant, hotel and institutional management majors of sophomore standing or higher with a minimum 2.5 GPA for undergraduates and 3.0 for graduate students.

Established by W. H. "Bill" Watson and Mike Davis of Watson Foods. Administered by the RHIM Scholarship Committee. Application deadline: April 15.

Food and Nutrition

Mozelle Craddock Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students with a 2.8 or better and 3.0 GPA, respectively, who are specializing in areas of food and nutrition (dietetics or restaurant, hotel, and institutional management). Recipients should be outstanding and/or needy students who are expected to continue in the field.

Established by family and friends in memory of Mozelle Craddock, a former faculty member in the Department of Food and Nutrition.

Food and Nutrition Scholarship

For worthy students majoring in a food and nutrition program at the undergraduate, graduate, or internship level with a 2.5 or better GPA as determined by the scholarship committee. Amount and number vary.

Established originally by the Lubbock Restaurant Association and other donors.

Elizabeth Fox Scholarship

For graduate students accepted into the dietetic internship program in human sciences who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success as human sciences professionals. Must have a 3.0 GPA on undergraduate work, 3.2 on master's, and 3.5 on doctoral. Number and amount vary.

Established by friends of Elizabeth Fox for her outstanding contributions as a faculty member in the college.

Ruth Ann Franklin Scholarship

For graduate students and students accepted into the dietetic internship and master's degree program in food and nutrition (2.5 GPA). Amount and number vary.

Established in honor of Ruth Ann Franklin, Ph.D., a Texas Tech alumna. At the time of her death, she was a nutrition professor at Texas Christian University. Administered by the Food and Nutrition Scholarship Committee. Application deadline: April 30.

Margarette Harden Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students majoring in food and nutrition who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success as a human sciences professional. Based on service, leadership, and academic performance, recipients should have a strong academic record (overall 3.0 GPA or better). Amount and number vary.

Established by Dr. Margarette Harden from cash awards presented to her for many local, state, and national honors achieved during her 23 years of teaching, research, and service to the college and Texas Tech.

Horton A. and Mildred Proctor Hobbs Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students majoring in food and nutrition, dietetics, or restaurant, hotel, and institutional management who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success as a human sciences professional. Based on service, leadership, and academic performance, recipients should have a strong academic record (overall 3.0 GPA or better). Amount and number vary.

Established by Mildred Proctor Hobbs in memory and honor of her husband, Horton A. Hobbs, and herself.

Jean Poteet Jones Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students specializing in food and nutrition with a GPA or 3.0 or better. Number and amount vary.

Established by family and friends in memory of Jean Poteet Jones, a 1952 Texas Tech food and nutrition graduate who served as coordinator of the education and training program, division of elementary and secondary education, for the Ohio Department of Education.

Mina W. Lamb Endowed
Scholarship

For junior, senior, or graduate majors in dietetics; based on scholarship (3.0 GPA), professional potential, and need. Number and amount vary annually.

Established by friends and family of Mina W. Lamb. Administered by department Faculty Scholarship Committee. Application deadline: May 1.

Clara McPherson Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students specializing in food and nutrition (dietetics) with a GPA of 3.0 or better. Recipients are expected to continue in the field.

Established by family and friends in honor of Clara McPherson who retired as Associate Chairperson of the Department of Food and Nutrition in 1986 after 31 years of dedicated service.

W. B. Rushing Family Scholarship in Food and Nutrition

For undergraduate students in food and nutrition or dietetics who have at least a 3.0 GPA and demonstrated record of leadership and potential for success. Number and amount vary.

Established by the W. B. Rushing family.

Marguerite B. Snyder Scholarship

For junior, senior, or graduate majors within the college. Priority given to food and nutrition majors; others considered. Criteria include 2.5 GPA cumulative, 3.0 GPA in the major, test scores, and accomplishments.

Marguerite B. Snyder was named a Distinguished Human Sciences Alumna in 1984. The scholarship was established by James L. Snyder, her husband, upon her death in November 1987.

Laurel Earline Weddle Scholarship

For an undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in food and nutrition who demonstrates leadership skills and potential for success as a human sciences professional. A 2.8 GPA or better for undergraduates and a 3.0 GPA for graduate students is required. Amount and number vary.

Laurel Earline Weddle earned a B.S. in Home Economics at Texas Tech in 1939. After years of service to her profession, she was honored in 1986 as a Distinguished Alumna of the college.

S. P. Yang Scholarship

For graduate students majoring in food and nutrition who are currently conducting research and have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Amount and number vary.

Established in honor of Sheang P. Yang, Ph.D., who taught in the food and nutrition area from 1969-1988. During this period, he served as chairman and interim chairman for 11 years.

Family and Consumer Sciences

Vivian Adams Scholarship

For junior or senior majors in family and consumer sciences. Applicants should be in the upper 10 percent of the class. Based on character and need. Amount and number vary.

Established by Vivian Johnson Adams, professor emeritus and retired chairperson of Home Economics Education at Texas Tech. Administered by the College Scholarship Committee in consultation with the Home Economics Education faculty.

Camille G. Bell Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students majoring in family and consumer sciences or family and consumer sciences education with GPAs of 3.0 and 3.5, respectively. Applicants should be outstanding and/or needy and should expect to continue in the field.

Established by family and friends of Camille G. Bell, Ed.D., former Chairperson of the Department of Home Economics Education.

Catherine Crawford Scholarship

For graduate students with a 3.0 GPA majoring in family and consumer sciences education with a preference to extension agents pursuing an advanced degree. Amount and number vary.

Established by family and friends of Dr. Catherine Crawford, a College of Human Sciences Distinguished Alumna and retired faculty member.

Phyllis Drake and Harvey James Frick Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.8 GPA or graduate (3.0 GPA) students majoring in family and consumer sciences education who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success as human sciences professionals. Number and amount vary.

Established by Harvey James Frick and Phyllis Drake Frick, retired human sciences faculty members.

Mary Staudt Goodyear
Scholarship Endowment

For a graduate student majoring in family and consumer sciences education or human development and family studies with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Applicant must show financial need and be admitted to the graduate program with a potential for future growth and development. Amount and number vary.

Established by family and friends in memory of Mary Staudt Goodyear.

Mary Watson Nettleton
Memorial Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students with financial need and strong academic record (minimum 2.8 GPA for undergraduates, 3.0 GPA for graduates). Preference given to family and consumer sciences or family and consumer sciences education majors or those planning to teach at the university level. Amount and number vary.

Established in memory of Mary Watson Nettleton, a 1949 graduate of the college.

W. B. Rushing Family Scholarship in Family and Consumer Sciences

For undergraduate students enrolled in family and consumer sciences with a 3.0 GPA or better. Awards based on academic performance, service, and leadership. Number and amount vary.

Established by the W. B. Rushing family.

Department of Human Development and Family Studies

Sannie Callen Scholarship Fund

For undergraduate or graduate students specializing in child or human development. Recipients must demonstrate academic success with a 2.8 GPA for undergraduate and 3.0 GPA for graduate students.

Established by friends in honor of Sannie Callen who was the first Chairperson of the Department of Child Development and Family Relations. She established the first nursery school on campus.

Charlotte B. Camp
Endowed Scholarship

For undergraduate child development majors. A 2.8 GPA required. Preference will be given to older returning students. Amount and number vary.

Established by Earl D. and Charlotte Ballow Camp. Charlotte Camp retired from the Home and Family Life faculty in 1979 after 33 years of dedicated service.

Edwards--Murfee Endowed
Scholarship

For undergraduate and graduate students in human development and family studies who demonstrate need, high moral character, and professionalism. A minimum 2.5 GPA for undergraduates or a 3.0 GPA for graduate students is required. Amount and number vary.

Established by B. Sherrod in honor of his daughters, Wildring Edwards and LaWanda Murfee. Mrs. Wildring Edwards, Associate Professor Emeritus, taught in the Department of Home and Family Life from 1962 to 1984. Mrs. LaWanda Murfee is an outstanding southwestern artist. Mr. Sherrod was well known for his philanthropic interests.

Family Outreach Scholarship

For junior, senior, or graduate students enrolled in human development and family studies, including marriage and family therapy. Recipients are encouraged to volunteer with Family Outreach Center of Lubbock either through a practicum-internship or as an agency volunteer. Awards based on academic excellence, service, and leadership. Number and amount vary.

Established by the board of directors of the Family Outreach Center of Lubbock.

Winnifred Gifford Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.8 GPA) or graduate (3.0 GPA) students enrolled as early childhood or human development majors who demonstrate leadership skills and potential for success. Amount and number vary.

Established by friends and family of Winnifred Gifford in memory of her commitment to and love for children. She taught in the Human Development and Family Studies department from 1949 to 1971.

Jack and Cora Lee Hamilton
Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students majoring in family studies who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success as a human sciences professional. Based on service, leadership, and academic performance, recipients should have a strong academic record (overall 2.5 GPA or better). Amount and number vary.

Established by Cora Lee Hamilton in memory and honor of her husband, Jack Hamilton, and herself.

Human Development and Family Studies Graduate Scholarship Fund

For graduate students majoring in any program within the Human Development and Family Studies Department whose financial need and previous professional and/or scholastic achievement identify them as deserving. Minimum 3.0 GPA required. Number and amount vary.

Established from various gifts. Administered by the Departmental Scholarship Committee.

Janice Helen Jordan Scholarship

For a junior, senior, or graduate student pursuing a major in child development, human development, or family studies. The applicant should have demonstrated skills and potential for success. Awards to be based on a record of excellence and academic performance, service, and leadership. Undergraduate students must have a minimum 2.8 GPA; graduate students, 3.0 GPA.

Established by family and friends in memory of Janice Helen Jordan. She graduated with a 3.7 GPA in human development and family studies in 1986, was admitted to graduate study for 1986-87, and lost her life in an automobile accident on June 29, 1986.

Donald and Betty Longworth
Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students with need who are pursuing a degree in human sciences. Preference given to students who exhibit a commitment to teach in the family area. Students must have completed 12 credit hours at Texas Tech with a 3.0 GPA for the last semester enrolled. Amount and number vary.

Established by family, faculty, former students, and friends of Donald S. and Betty Longworth. Dr. Longworth served as the third Dean of the College of Human Sciences (1971-1981).

Mary Tom Riley O'Bar
Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students in the college with preference given to majors in the department. Awards based on scholastic achievement (3.0 GPA), leadership, and financial need. Amount and number vary.

Established by Mary Tom Riley O'Bar dedicated Human Sciences faculty member (1972-1996) and director of the Institute of Child and Family Studies.

W. B. Rushing Family Scholarship in Human Development

For undergraduate students enrolled in human development with a 2.5 GPA or better. Awards based on academic performance, service, and leadership. Amount and number vary.

Established by the W. B. Rushing family, supporters of Texas Tech and the College of Human Sciences.

W. B. Rushing Family
Scholarship in Family Studies

For undergraduate students enrolled in family studies with a 3.0 GPA or better. Awards based on academic performance, service, and leadership. Amount and number vary.

Established by the W. B. Rushing family, supporters of Texas Tech and the College of Human Sciences.

W. B. Rushing Family
Scholarship in Early Childhood

For undergraduate students enrolled in early childhood with a 3.0 GPA or better. Awards based on academic performance, service, and leadership. Amount and number vary.

Established by the W. B. Rushing family, supporters of Texas Tech and the College of Human Sciences.

Betty Wagner and Annie Belle
Malone Scholarship

For undergraduate students in the department who have a GPA of 2.75 or better and have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success. Financial need may be considered but is not necessary.

Established by Cheryl Wagner Smith in honor of her mother and in memory of her grandmother for their love and inspiration. Dr. Wagner received the BS (1950) and MS (1966) from the college and completed 28 years of outstanding teaching in the College of Human Sciences.

Mary T. Young Scholarship

For female graduate students enrolled in human development or family studies. The recipients should be outstanding leaders who have strong academic records and professional accomplishments. Amount and number vary.

Established by the Trustees of The Little Family Foundation in memory of Mary T. Young, a partner in Royal Little Associates. Administered by the Department Scholarship Committee.

Substance Abuse Studies

A number of scholarships are available for undergraduate students of any major in the University pursuing a minor in substance abuse studies. For chemically dependent persons and co-dependents who have demonstrated commitment to recovery programs. Number and amount vary.

Eligibility includes regular and consistent participation in an appropriate recovery group; recovering alcoholics and addicts must have at least one year of complete, continuous abstinence from alcohol and drugs; at least three letters of recommendation from knowledgeable persons who can attest to the applicant's recovery and academic potential; applicants must meet all normal admission and retention requirements of Texas Tech; and recipients of the scholarships may pursue degrees in any program in the University. They must, however, be enrolled for at least 12 hours and take at least one course every semester in substance abuse studies, human development, or family studies, as guided by the Director of the Center for the Study of Addiction.

Administered by the Center for the Study of Addiction Scholarship Committee. Application deadline: April 30.

Carl M. Andersen Scholarship

Established by friends and family of Carl Andersen, Director, Center for the Study of Addiction, honoring his commitment and founding of the Substance Abuse Studies Program.

Carl M. Andersen Sr.
Memorial Scholarship

Established by the Association of Substance Abuse Specialists student organization in memory of Dr. Andersen's father.

Linda Andersen Scholarship

Established by the Carl Andersen family in tribute to Linda's support of the Substance Abuse Studies Program.

Mark Andersen Scholarship

Established by Carl and Linda Andersen in honor of their son, Mark, for his commitment to substance abuse recovery programs.

Rudy Arredondo Scholarship

Established by friends of Rudy Arredondo to honor his work with the Southwest Institute for Addictive Diseases.

Dudley Lyle Berry Scholarship

Established by the Dudley Lyle Berry Trust officers to benefit the substance abuse studies program.

Gerald Bevers, Sr.
Memorial Scholarship

Established by Gary and Sherry Mead in memory of her father to support substance abuse recovery programs.

Lillian Blanche Brent Scholarship

Established by Mr. and Mrs. J. Phillip Brent in honor of his mother, Lillian, to support the substance abuse studies program.

Bonnie Lea Cameron
Memorial Scholarship

Established by the family of Bonnie Lea Cameron with preference given to students in recovery from eating disorders.

Charter Plains Scholarship

Established by Charter Plains Hospital of Lubbock to support academic aftercare of recovering students.

William Abney Conley
Memorial Scholarship

Established by family and friends in memory of Bill Conley, Lubbock businessman and active community volunteer.

Casey Corwin Memorial
Scholarship

Established by Mike and Kay Corwin in memory of Casey Corwin to support academic aftercare of recovering students.

Tracy Daniel Scholarship

Established by the family and friends of Tracy Daniel honoring her commitment to Substance Abuse Studies.

Temple Dickson Scholarship

Established by Mrs. Bea Harris in honor of Senator Temple Dickson and his commitment to substance abuse recovery programs.

Virginia Felstehausen-Dick Pagel Scholarship

Established by family, friends, and colleagues to honor Virginia Felstehausen, Human Sciences faculty member, and in memory of her husband, Dick Pagel. For the academic aftercare of recovering students.

Gillman Family Scholarship

Established by Linda Gillman and Bart Gillman to support academic aftercare of recovering students.

Kenneth and Sue Gray
Scholarship

Established by friends and family of Kenneth and Sue Gray to support the substance abuse studies program.

Charles A. Guy Memorial
Scholarship

Established by Grace Moore Guy in memory of her husband, Charles A. Guy, long-time editor of the Lubbock Avalanche Journal and community leader, to support students in the Substance Abuse Study Program.

Grace Moore Guy Scholarship

Established by friends of Mrs. Guy honoring her interest and support of alcohol recovery programs in Lubbock.

Jack R. Hall Memorial
Scholarship

Established by Shelly Hall Bates and her children in memory of Jack Hall, Lubbock businessman and community leader.

Michael T. Hatch Scholarship

Established by Tim and Tommie Hatch honoring their son Michael for his commitment to substance abuse recovery programs.

Carey and Brenda Hobbs
Scholarship

Established by Brenda and Regent Carey Hobbs because of their support and commitment to Substance Abuse Studies Program. Brenda assisted in establishing the first Center for the Study of Addiction Advisory Board.

Sim and Virginia Hulsey
Scholarship

Established by the Right Reverend Samuel B. Hulsey in honor of his parents and in support of academic aftercare of recovering students.

Jim Jackson Scholarship

Established by friends and church members of Lubbock's First United Methodist Church to honor former pastor, Jim Jackson, and to support the Substance Abuse Studies program.

Jim Kimmel Scholarship

Established by friends of Jim Kimmel to honor this West Texas leader, a past chair and member of the Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Advisory Council.

Tom McGovern Scholarship

Established by friends of Tom McGovern honoring his work with the Southwest Institute for Addictive Diseases.

Billy Meeks Memorial Scholarship

Established by friends of Billy Meeks, founder of Alcoholics Anonymous programs in Lubbock.

Pia Mellody Scholarship

Established by Pia Mellody, author and lecturer in co-dependency and other addictions to honor her commitment to recovering students.

W. B. Rushing Family Scholarship in Substance Abuse Studies

Established by the W. B. (Dub) Rushing family, long-time supporters of programs in the college and of Texas Tech.

Gerre Sears Scholarship

Established by friends of Gerre Sears honoring her work with the Southwest Institute for Addictive Diseases.

Substance Abuse Studies
Scholarship

Established through fund-raising efforts of the Substance Abuse Specialists student organization and various donors to support the academic aftercare program.

Jeffrey W. Terrel Scholarship
for Recovering Persons

Established by Jeffrey W. Terrel to support academic aftercare of recovering students.

Laurel Tronrud Memorial
Scholarship

Established by family and friends in memory of Laurel Tronrud to support substance abuse recovery programs.

Viewpoint Recovery Scholarship

Established by Viewpoint Recovery Center, Inc., to support the Substance Abuse Studies Program.

Watson-Freeman Scholarship

Established by Mrs. Reva Freeman to support students in the Substance Abuse Studies program.

Department of Merchandising, Environmental Design, and Consumer Economics

Elbert and Lucy Allred Scholarship

For undergraduate students specializing in fashion design or merchandising with a 2.9 GPA. Amount and number vary.

Established from the Lila Kinchen estate in honor and memory of her parents, Elbert and Lucy Allred.

W. B. and Maxine Blankenship
Scholarship

For undergraduate students specializing in merchandising or fashion design. Students must have excelled in scholarship or creative activity.

Established by family and friends of W. B. and Maxine Blankenship who are both Texas Tech graduates. W. B. (Wesley), an electrical engineering graduate, and Maxine, a clothing and textiles major, have been recognized for their dedication to the University and to the community.

Carl Cox Scholarship

For a graduate majoring in clothing, textiles, and merchandising with plans to pursue collaborative research with the International Textile Center during his or her studies. Based on service, leadership, and academic performance, recipients should have a strong academic record (overall 3.0 GPA or better) and demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success. Amount and number vary.

Established by friends of Carl Cox to honor his leadership and support of the textile field

Claude Dollins Leadership
Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.8 GPA) or graduate (3.0 GPA) students majoring in family financial planning who have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success as human sciences professionals. Number and amount vary.

Established by family and friends of Claude Dollins.

Johnny Larue and Woodrow Dorsey Scholarship

For undergraduate students specializing in fashion design or merchandising with a 2.8 GPA.

Established by family and friends of Johnny LaRue and Woodrow Dorsey. Johnny Dorsey was a former faculty member who taught in the fashion design and merchandising area.

Ira G. Dunlap Jr. Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.8 GPA) or graduate (3.0 GPA) students majoring in merchandising. Awards are based on a record of excellence in academic performance, service, and leadership. Amount and number vary.

Established by Ira G. Dunlap Jr.

Mabel D. Erwin Scholarship

For junior, senior, or graduate students majoring in clothing, textiles, and merchandising who show evidence of good scholarship, understand and apply the principles of clothing and textiles, speak and write enthusiastically in this area, and display an interest in helping solve world problems by applying the liberal arts and sciences to the field of fashion design and merchandising. Recipients are chosen by the department faculty. Amount varies, but is usually $300 for undergraduates and $500 for graduates. Number of scholarships may vary according to funds available.

Established by Mabel D. Erwin, Professor of Clothing and Textiles, Emeritus, and former head of clothing and textiles. Administered by Department Scholarship Committee. Application deadline: February 15.

Edna Anderson Heinemen
Scholarship Fund

For the student with the highest overall grade-point average at the conclusion of his or her junior year majoring in merchandising or fashion design.

Established in memory of Mrs. Heinemen by family members. She was a faculty member in clothing and textiles and was a cheerleader sponsor when Texas Tech participated in the 1953 Cotton Bowl.

International Association of Financial Planning Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.8 GPA) or graduate (3.0 GPA) enrolled in the college with a preference to graduate students. Recipients must have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success as a financial services professional. Number and amount vary.

Lila A. Kinchen Endowed
Scholarship

For undergraduate and graduate students in the department who demonstrate strong academic and leadership ability. A minimum 2.8 GPA is required for undergraduates and a 3.0 GPA for graduate students. Amount and number vary.

Lila Allred Kinchen, a former faculty member of clothing and textiles, was honored as a Distinguished Alumna of the College of Human Sciences in 1985.

Betty Splawn Lowder Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate women students majoring in family financial planning or consumer economics. Applicants should exhibit an outstanding record of scholarship, leadership, service, and professional potential. Preference will be given to older than average students who are redirecting their career paths and who need financial assistance.

Established by David and Pat Davenport to honor Pat's sister, Betty Splawn Lowder.

Lubbock Cotton Auxiliary
Scholarship

For junior, senior, or graduate majors in clothing, textiles, and merchandising or textile technology and management who are working toward the promotion of cotton textile products. A minimum 3.0 GPA is required with financial need as a consideration but not a necessity. Recipient is eligible to reapply. Amount and number vary.

Established by the Lubbock Cotton Auxiliary. Application forms are available in the department office.

Lubbock National Bank
Scholarship

For family financial planning students with good scholarship and leadership record. Awarded by the College of Human Sciences Scholarship Committee.

Established by Lubbock National Bank.

Lockki Rosenbaum Nelson
Memorial Scholarship

For undergraduate students enrolled in merchandising or fashion design with a 2.5 GPA. Preference to residents of Garland and Lubbock, Texas. Number and amount vary.

Established by J. David Nelson in memory of his wife Lockki, College of Human Sciences alumna, merchandising professional, and respected community volunteer.

Helen Randle Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students majoring in consumer economics, family financial planning, or other majors in the department who demonstrate leadership skills and potential for success as human sciences professionals. Number and amount vary.

Established by a gift from the Billie Wolfe Estate in honor of Helen Randle.

W. B. Rushing Family

Merchandising Scholarship

For undergraduate students specializing in merchandising. Students must have a 3.0 GPA and have a demonstrated record of leadership.

Established by the W. B. Rushing family through the Ex-Students Association. W. B. Rushing, a distinguished Texas Tech alumnus, served as Chairperson of the Human Sciences Dean's Advisory Council.

W. B. Rushing Family Scholarship in Interior Design

For undergraduate majors in interior design with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Based on academic performance, service, and leadership.

Established by the W. B. (Dub) Rushing family.

W. B. Rushing Family Scholarship in Family Financial Planning

For undergraduate students enrolled in the department with preference to majors in family financial planning with a minimum 3.0 GPA.

Established by the W. B. (Dub) Rushing family.

W. B. Rushing Family Scholarship in Fashion Design

For undergraduate students majoring in fashion design with minimum 2.5 GPA.

Established by the W. B. (Dub) Rushing family.

Martha Gene Shelden Scholarship

For an undergraduate student specializing in merchandising or fashion design with a 2.8 GPA who is outstanding and/or needy and expects to continue in the field.

Established by students, friends, and colleagues in honor of Dr. Shelden. She chaired clothing and textiles from 1955 to 1969.

Mattie Smithee Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.8 GPA) or graduate (3.0 GPA) students enrolled in the college with preference to interior design-environmental design students and other students in the department.

Established by a gift from the Billie Wolfe Estate in memory of Mattie Smithee.

Robert and Cindy Snell Scholarship

For undergraduates (2.5 GPA) enrolled in family financial planning or graduate students (3.0 GPA) enrolled in consumer economics or family financial planning.

Established by Robert and Cindy Snell of Lubbock.

Margaret Talkington Scholarship

For undergraduate (2.8 GPA) students enrolled in the college with preference to merchandising or fashion design majors. Recipients should have demonstrated leadership skills and potential for success as human sciences professionals. Number and amount vary.

Established by J. T. Talkington to recognize his wife, Margaret, for her life-long commitment to the highest quality in fashion retailing, customer relations, and community service.

Fray Stallings Wells Scholarship

For undergraduates majoring in merchandising or fashion design who are Texas residents with a 2.85 or better GPA.

Established by Mr. J. Roy Wells to honor his wife, Fray, a loyal friend of the college.

West Texas Home Builders Association Auxiliary Scholarship

For students who are planning to study a building-related field such as interior design. Amount and number vary.

Established by the West Texas Home Builders Association Auxiliary. Requests for applications should be made to the office of the dean or the West Texas Home Builders Association Auxiliary, 7410 University Avenue, Lubbock, TX 79423. Application deadline: May 1.

Billie Wolfe Scholarship

For undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in the department. Based on demonstrated leadership skills, potential for success, and overall minimum 2.8 GPA (undergraduate) and 3.0 (graduate). Amount and number vary.

Established by friends and family of Miss Billie Wolfe, former professor in the college (1955-1975).

Mrs. Ross R. Wolfe Scholarship

For majors in consumer studies and management, family financial planning, consumer economics, or environmental design.

Established by Billie Wolfe, formerly of the human sciences faculty, in honor of her mother.

Pete and Eleanor Woodson
Scholarship

For second semester freshmen or upper undergraduate or graduate students. Based on evidence of aesthetic creative accomplishment in the visual arts such as fashion, interior design, housing, or in other areas in human sciences. Recipients must have a minimum 2.0 GPA in academic foundation courses. Amount and number vary.

Established by Pete and Eleanor Woodson. Eleanor Woodson served as a member of the clothing and textiles faculty from 1970-1987. Administered by Department Scholarship Committee. Deadline: February 15.


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