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FURTHER YOUR EDUCATION

Scholarship Recipients 

Scholar Abroad Fall Scholarship

Academic Year 2016-2017

Camille Bangug, Georgetown University ($2,500)
Sheena Juliano, University of Hawaii at Manoa ($2,500)

Summer Scholar Award
Academic Year 2016-2017

Marisa Shepard, Kent State University ($2,500)

Class of 2018 Senior Award

Academic Year 2016-2017

Adam Stone, University of Michigan
Alexandra Stockdell, The University of Arizona
Arianna Rossetti, University of California, San Diego
Austin Garlington, Arizona State University
Brittany Handzo, Farleigh Dickinson University
Cara Whitney, Florida International University
Casey Grabow, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Cassandra Puglisi, University of Connecticut
Danielle Cory, University of Louisville
Elenor Methven, Ball State University
Emily Nickles, Texas Woman’s University
Gloria Basil, The University of Toledo
Haley Berner, Purdue University
Jada Bullen, Georgetown University
Jessica Westervelt, North Carolina State University
Keira Hornyak, University of Florida
Kendra Welborn, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Kristen Medley, Florida Atlantic University
Kristina Kuehn, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Macy Vickers, The University of Alabama
Matthew Ledwith, University of Virginia
Michael Carrillo, California State University, Long Beach
Samuel Taylor, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Shanice Meridith, University of Florida
Sophia Younes, Florida International University

Summer Internship Award

Academic Year 2016-2017

Brandt Coleman, University of Louisville ($2,500)

NSCS-Absolute Internship Scholarship

Academic Year 2017-2018

Astra Kidani, Chapman University ($1,500)

Academic Year 2016-2017

Meagan Magee, Florida State University ($1,500)

NSCS-Hult Scholarship

No recipients at this time.

Scholar Abroad Spring Scholarship

Academic Year 2017-2018

Julia Ostrovsky, Temple University ($2,500)
Vincent Lyons, Ohio University ($2,500)

Academic Year 2016-2017

Laurel Wong, Georgia State University ($2,500)
Juliana Baumann, Clemson University ($2,500)

Summer Success Challenge “S2 Challenge”

Academic Year 2016-2017
Rachel Hocker, The University of Southern Mississippi ($2,500)

Academic Year 2015-2016
Tiffany Jefferis, The University of Phoenix ($2,500)

The Brandon Huseman Legacy Award for Founding Officers

Academic Year 2016-2017

Edson Rodrigues-Valencia College ($2,500)
Trisha Wathan-Lone Star College ($2,500)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Renee Murat (Tidewater Community College-Portsmouth) $2,500
Denise Ruiz (Florida South Western State College) $2,500

Princeton Review Scholarships
Not available at this time.
George Washington University and NSCS Transfer Scholarship
Academic Year 2015-2016

Michaelangelo Rodriguez (George Washington University) $10,000
Michelle Yedin (George Washington University) $10,000

NerdWallet Pay Down Your Debt Award
Academic Year 2016-2017

Nicole Chang (alumni) $2,500
Eirian Perkins (alumni) $2,500
Katlin Sarantau (alumni) $2,500
Ann Marie Sparacino (alumni) $2,500

Academic Year 2015-2016

Allyson Black-Foley (Alumni-University of Pennsylvania) $2,500
Kathryn Buchanan (Alumni-The University of Tennessee) $2,500
Rebecca Reischl (Alumni-Creighton University) $2,500
Brianna Vollmer (Alumni-University of Maryland) $2,500

NSCS New Member Award

Academic Year 2016-2017

Alexa Morin, Lehigh University
Alexandra Parquette, The Ohio State University
Aria Mia Loberti, University of Rhode Island
Ashley Estrada, Northern Virginia Community College
Aubrey Weaver, Wright State University
Brandon Dudley, Arizona State University
Brandon Richmond, University of Central Florida
Brianna Hirsh, Arizona State University
Carrie Orey, Virginia Tech
Cassandra Altamirano, University of South Carolina
Christianna House, The George Washington University
Christine Zielinski, Ramapo College of New Jersey
Danielle Bain, California Polytechnic State University
Faith Wintermantel, DePaul University
Farhad de Sousa, Purdue University
Gabrielle Salmon, The University of Kansas
Grace Showalter, Purdue University
Hailey Mousseau, Northern Arizona University
Hannah Paige, Valencia College
James Belany, American University
Jennifer Meyer, Indiana University Bloomington
Jeremy Wright, Fort Hays State University
Jessica Colliis, Rutgers, The University of South Alabama
Jeston Gardner, The University of Memphis
JIhane Touil, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersety
Jocelyn Leggett, DePaul University
Keith Markovich, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Kimberlyn Thomson, The University of Tennessee
Lara Banks, Georgia State University
Leah Matthew, Portland State University
Markus Brooks, Jackson State University
Mason Rhodes, Creighton University
McKenna Christian, University of San Diego
Megan Schmad, Colorado State University
Melinda Jarman, Northwest Missouri State University
Melissa Hernandez, Texas A&M University
Melissa McCarley, Kent State University
Michaela Easley, Spelman College
Mick McCarty, The University of Memphis
Morgan Drohan, Appalachian State University
Pilar Lugo, Arizona State University, Online
Rebecca Bernardo, University of Connecticut
Rebecca Tan, University of California, Los Angeles
Rivka Rosenblatt, University of Cincinnati
Sarah Bellamy, University of Michigan
Shelby Wise, University of Virginia
Sierra Lara Lippold, California State University, Long Beach
Tamia Brice, Benedict College
Timothy Wenger, The University of Akron
Wendy Olivares, Houston Community College

Academic Year 2015-2016

Rachel Adcock (Liberty University)
Nicole Anderson (Utah State University)
Jacqueline Anthony (The University of Georgia)
Madison Bailes (The University of Texas, El Paso)
Samantha Barileau-Zamora (Eastern Illinois University)
Allison Barnes (University of South Carolina)
Miranda Berndt (University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire)
Aspen Brown (Georgia College & State University)
Sherese Brown (Howard University)
Rachel Brunt (West Virginia University)
Kearia Butler (The University of Memphis)
Olivia Chew (University of South Florida)
Megan Crees (Youngstown State University)
Nadeen Dreini (Texas Woman’s University)
Jaimarie Epistola (George Mason University)
Claire Esterman (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
Megan Foell (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey)
Nicholas Fuller (University of Pittsburgh)
Natalie Goodwin (Baylor University)
Morgan Heinrich (Sam Houston State University)
Megan Hund (Strayer University)
Roseann John (University of Houston)
Laiyana Kabir (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
Lyric Kleber (University of Michigan)
Noah Knight (Texas A&M University)
Maurice Lathan (The Ohio State University)
Logan Livingston (Mississippi State University)
Megan Marks (Texas Tech University)
Fabby Marmol (University of South Florida)
Marian Matalka (Wayne State University)
Kaileen McHugh (The Florida State University)
Mai Mizrachy (Georgia Perimeter College)
Michaela Nee (University of Denver)
Melissa Ser Lee Ng (Houston Community College)
Peter Oppelt (Kansas State University)
Priscilla Patton (Grand Canyon University)
Madison Pemberton (Collin College)
Ashley Pepple (University of Michigan)
Taylor Sagnes (University of Minnesota at Twin Cities)
Rose Sanchez (George Mason University)
Courtney Schiebout (University of Missouri Columbia)
Gabrielle Isabelle Servito (University of San Francisco)
Nathan Smith (University of Colorado, Denver)
Sean Sundberg (University of Colorado, Boulder)
Chauncey Thomas (The Florida State University)
Tamiera Vandegrift (The Florida State University)
Jennifer Walker (West Virginia University)
Shaelynn Warkentin (North Carolina State University)
Amanda Waters (Colorado State University)
Nicole Wiesenfeld (University of Michigan)

GEICO Award

Academic Year 2016-2017

Katelyn Allen-Virginia Tech ($1,000)
Subash Bhandari-Wichita State University ($1,000)
Samantha Blond-Georgetown University ($1,000)
Matthew Boerleider-Stony Brook University ($1,000)
Josette Chen-University of Central Florida ($1,000)
Kayla DeBarros-University of Central Florida ($1,000)
Bailey Florek-University of Louisville ($1,000)
Saad Guliwala-Virginia Commonwealth University ($1,000)
Mitchell Harling-The University of Maine ($1,000)
Sophie Hoy-University of Pittsburgh ($1,000)
Alexandra Hurst-The University of New Mexico ($1,000)
Aldeen Isaac-Midwestern State University ($1,000)
Nneka Jones-The University of Tampa ($1,000)
Hannah Kath-Iowa State University ($1,000)
Hailee Kowalik-Texas Tech University ($1,000)
Katherine Landoni-Oregon State University ($1,000)
Amy Madrigal-Liberty University Online ($1,000)
Emily Price-Texas Tech University ($1,000)
Rachel Raguso-University of Rhode Island ($1,000)
Katherine Regis-Eastern Kentucky University ($1,000)
Nicole Ridley-The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ($1,000)
Jacob Siiro-North Dakota State University ($1,000)
Zariah Tolman-Montana State University ($1,000)
Adele Westerhuis-Boston University ($1,000)
Grace Zimmerman-Illinois State University ($1,000)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Georgios Anagnostopoulos (The George Washington University) $1,000
Raquel Baudrit (American University) $1,000
Katelyn Boyden (University of Central Florida) $1,000
Brandt Coleman (University of Louisville) $1,000
Lauren Echols (Pennsylvania State University) $1,000
Kaitlyn Hudenburg (Northern Virginia Community College ) $1,000
Laura Jorge Jacobo (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) $1,000
Jonathan Lam (Arizona State University) $1,000
LaSeandra Lester (Liberty University) $1,000
Joselyn Lopes (The University of Georgia) $1,000
Mai Mizrachy (Georgia Perimeter College ) $1,000
Michaela Patoilo (University of South Carolina) $1,000
Heshani Pieris (Northern Arizona University) $1,000
Morgan Pratt (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) $1,000
Rebecca Reid (James Madison University) $1,000
Jasmine Rosello (Florida International University) $1,000
Nathan Smith (University of Colorado-Denver) $1,000
Kevin Unkrich (The Ohio State University) $1,000
Joseph Williams (Appalachian State University) $1,000
Kurt Wohlers (Gonzaga University) $1,000

GEICO Graduate Award

Academic Year 2017-2018

Julia Steffen, Northern Kentucky University (Alumni) $5,000
Mallory McGoff, College of Charleston (Alumni) $5,000
Brianna Vollmer, University of Maryland (Alumni) $5,000
Elizabeth Powell, The College of William & Mary (Alumni) $5,000
Matthew Holzner, The George Washington University (Alumni) $5,000

Academic Year 2016-2017

Julian Willett (Alumni) $5,000
Kendra Brumfield (Alumni) $5,000
Aramiss Navaii (Alumni) $5,000
Jala Morrow (Alumni) $5,000
Marzuk Ahmed (Alumni) $5,000

Academic Year 2015-2016

Marzuk Ahmed (Georgetown University) $5,000
Allyson Farren (The University of Washington) $5.000
Mira King (George Washington University) $5,000
Kayla Unkrich (Purdue University) $5,000

Board of Directors Award

Academic Year 2016-2017

Madeline Behlke-Entiwisle, Missouri State University ($1,000)
Nkeka Jones, University of Tampa ($1,000)
Olivia Wnek, Miami University ($1,000)
Samantha Holzhauer, University of Michigan ($1,000)
Tessa Andrzejczak, Colorado State University ($1,000)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Kayla Hazelwood, The University of Alabama at Birmingham ($1,000)
Erica Liu, California State University Fullerton ($1,000)
Victoria Lowe, Stony Brook University ($1,000)
Allison Mika, The Pennsylvania State University ($1,000)
Madison Pemberton, Collin College ($1,000)

Community College Transition Award

Academic Year 2016-2017

Alexus Addison, Prince George’s Community College ($2,500)
Nicole Burgos, Hillsborough Community College ($2,500)
Selemawit Debesay, University of the District of Columbia Community College ($2,500)
Stephanie Radtke, Northern Virginia Community College ($2,500)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Raquel Baudrit (Hillsborough Community College) $5,000
Jeajout Cymonisse (Prince George’s Community College) $5,000

Semester at Sea Fall Award

Academic Year 2017-2018

Emma Hogan-Colorado State University ($10,000)
Shaina Arsenault-Cornell University ($10,000)
Megan Abels-University of California, Santa Cruz ($5,000)
Monique Calzadilla-Florida International University ($5,000)
Allison Laber-Bowling Green State University ($5,000)

Academic Year 2016-2017

Andrew Ho, Georgia State University ($10,000)
Andrea Skeith, Clemson University ($10,000)
Juliana Baumann, Clemson University ($5,000)
Kaleigh Clement. The University of Oklahoma ($5,000)
Tessa Andrzejczak, Colorado State University ($5,000)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Alexa Vetsch, The University of Mississippi ($10,000)
Madeleine Whitten, Oklahoma State University ($10,000)
Zoe Tauxe, Colorado State University ($5,000)

The NSCS Award for Education Excellence

Academic Year 2016-2017

Atalie Klumpp (Ball State University) $1,000
Gina Pettinato (University of Albany) $1,000
Imelda Ascencio (Virginia Commonwealth University) $1,000
Kelsey Wilkins (Utah State University) $1,000
Katherine Landoni (Oregon State University) $1,000

Academic Year 2015-2016

Mercedes Arroyo (Georgia State University) $1,000
Mariah Hansen (Utah State University) $1,000
Rhea Matthew (Clemson University) $1,000
Victoria Matturro (Montclair State University) $1,000
Carissa Olson (University of North Dakota) $1,000

First in the Family Scholarship

Academic Year 2017-2018

Christina Canino, Colorado State University ($5,000)
Miranda Mason, University of Louisville ($5,000)
Vivian Nguyen, University of Florida ($5,000)
Kevin Pantoja, Full Sail University ($5,000)

Academic Year 2016-2017

Nolan Bush, American University ($5,000)
Jordan Crume, University of Maryland University College ($5,000)
Gracellia Menchaca, Winona State University ($5,000)
Aaron Pakow, Kingsborough Community College ($5,000)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Ryan Bell (University of Washington) $5,000
Savyata Gomden (Richland College) $5,000
Austin Hinds (Oklahoma State University) $5,000

The Amy Shopkorn Student Affairs Award

Academic Year 2016-2017

Alexa Turner (Eastern Kentucky University) $1,000
Aria Mia Loberti (University of Rhode Island) $1,000
Daniel Andrews (Towson University) $1,000
Ruti Ejangue (American University) $1,000
Toluwani OluAlakija (Spelman College) $1,000

Academic Year 2015-2016

Grant Bigman (Alumni-James Madison University) $1,000
Atalie Klumpp (Ball State University) $1,000

NLC Award

Academic Year 2016-2017

Bryce Justin Harrison, Liberty University ($2,000)
Robert Guerra, Full Sail University Online ($2,000)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Erin Jones, Liberty University ($2,000)
Edgar Hasbun, Loyola University Chicago ($1,000)

Jim Duncan Award for Perseverance

Academic Year 2016-2017

Hugo Concha, Stony Brook University ($1,000)
Madeleine Dill, Northern Arizona University ($1,000)
Rachel Duncan, Boston University ($1,000)
Leila Jamshidi, University of California, Santa Cruz ($1,000)
Shealinn Metzger, Northern Virginia Community College ($1,000)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Summer Jarro, Miami Dade College ($1,000)
Tamara Koubi, Florida International University ($1,000)
Akshita Pillai, University of Texas at El Paso ($1,000)
Julian Willett, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ($1,000)

E-Scholar Award

Academic Year 2016-2017

Bryce Harrison, Liberty University ($2,000)
Robert Guerra, Full Sail University ($2,000)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Michael Stipp, University of Phoenix ($2,000)
Hannah Rotter, Liberty University ($2,000)

Induction Recognition Award-Fall

Academic Year 2017-2018

Kellie Abeska, Kent State University ($1,000)
Katelyn Adams, Robert Morris University ($1,000)
Jose Mari Arambulo, University of California, Los Angeles ($1,000)
Rachel Bridgens, University of Cincinnati ($1,000)
Sophie Chanoux, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University ($1,000)
Jennifer Chen, University of Michigan ($1,000)
Allison Collins, University of Southern Indiana ($1,000)
Micheala Davis, Georgia State University ($1,000)
Ariana dos Santos, Temple University ($1,000)
Julia Eger, University of Pittsburgh ($1,000)
Daniela Espinosa, The University of Tampa ($1,000)
Benjamin Friedman, University of Massachusetts, Amherst ($1,000)
Breann Henley, Western Washington, Bloomington ($1,000)
Kara Hollingsworth, Baylor University ($1,000)
Alix Howard, North Carolina State University ($1,000)
Brandon Johnson, Southern Utah University ($1,000)
Kristen Lile, Western Kentucky University ($1,000)
Kathryn Moilanen, Indiana University Bloomington ($1,000)
Lyndsey Moore, The University of Tampa ($1,000)
Madison Moye, University of Colorado Boulder ($1,000)
Dalton Newbold, Utah State University ($1,000)
Olivia Orshoski, University of Cincinnati ($1,000)
Stori Smith, Montana State University ($1,000)
Sarah Soliman, American University ($1,000)
Mandy Stenehjem, University of North Dakota ($1,000)
Ryan Stevens, Central Michigan University ($1,000)
Kathryn Swanberg, The University of Toledo ($1,000)
Melissa Taha, California State University, San Bernardino ($1,000)
Morgan Thornton, Delaware State University ($1,000)
Carla Trevino, Lone Star College-University Park ($1,000)
Alyssa Tuttle, The Ohio State University ($1,000)
Joseph Ward, East Carolina University ($1,000)
Dane Wee-Tom, Lone Star College-University Park ($1,000)
Jacqueline Williams, Texas Christian University ($1,000)
Taylor Yates, Indiana State University

Academic Year 2016-2017

Katharine Adams (Wright State University) $1,000
Emily Baskin (Keene State College) $1,000
Jennifer Bernal (Georgia Institute of Technology) $1,000
Sydney Biehl (Miami University) $1,000
Jacqueice Bolden (Northern Arizona University) $1,000
Danyell Christensen (Winona State University) $1,000
Eric Conley (Southern Illinois University at Carbondale) $1,000
Megan Dimmick (The Pennsylvania State University) $1,000
Hali Dingo (Bowling Green State University) $1,000
Jaimarie Epistola (George Mason University) $1,000
Jamie Farrell (East Carolina University) $1,000
Paige Frank (The Johns Hopkins University) $1,000
Daniel Fraser (Austin Community College) $1,000
Joshua Gardner (Metropolitan State University of Denver) $1,000
Megan Harnish (Bowling Green State University) $1,000
Caitlyn Harris, (Kaplan University) $1,000
Shawn Harvey (Butler University) $1,000
Austin Hinds (Oklahoma State University) $1,000
Madeline Hurst (Texas Christian University) $1,000
Susan Johnson (Kaplan University) $1,000
Jessica Kerstetter (University of Pittsburgh) $1,000
Megan Krol (Temple University) $1,000
Nicolette Lewis (Northern Virginia Community College) $1,000
Mikala Lugen (Kent State University) $1,000
Briana Marquez (San Diego State University) $1,000
Miranda Mason (University of Louisville) $1,000
Marian Matalka (Wayne State University) $1,000
Paige Mattfeld (North Dakota State University) $1,000
Brittney Mavrenovic (Purdue University) $1,000
Emma Maxwell (Johns Hopkins University) $1,000
Kennedy Mitchell (Loyola University Chicago) $1,000
Sylvia Mwende (Austin Community College) $1,000
Jeremiah Oghafua (Prince George’s Community College) $1,000
Jaden Osborne (The University of Arizona) $1,000
Jennifer Pargoff (Michigan State University) $1,000
India Persaud (The University of Georgia) $1,000
Amanda Reiser (The George Washington University) $1,000
Mikala Renda (Columbia College Chicago) $1,000
Nicole Ridley (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) $1,000
Payton Salmons (Marshall University) $1,000
Jessica Short (University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire) $1,000
Rachel Singer (University of Dayton) $1,000
Clarisse Solis (Pennsylvania State University) $1,000
Emery Tedesco (University of Delaware) $1,000
Jennifer Tran (Ferris State University) $1,000
Mitali Vaidyanath (Kent State University) $1,000
Pearl Vang (California State University-Fresno) $1,000
Ashley Wilson (Liberty University) $1,000
Nicole Wolf (Winona State University) $1,000
Natasha Zajac (University of South Florida) $1,000

Academic Year 2015-2016

Alexus Addison (Prince George’s Community College) $1,000
Brittney Alden (University of Florida) $1,000
Maria Ayoub (University of Maryland) $1,000
Adam Baraka (Eastern Michigan University) $1,000
Madeline Behlke-Entwisle (Missouri State University) $1,000
Casey Conlee (New Mexico State University) $1,000
Samantha D’Angelo (College of Staten Island) $1,000
Michael Dean (University of Florida) $1,000
Giuseppe Di Iorio (New Jersey City University) $1,000
Zachary Doll (Kansas State University) $1,000
Ke Duan (University of California, Davis) $1,000
Jillian Ferguson (University of Delaware) $1,000
Alyson Fisher (Winona State University) $1,000
Magdalena Garcia (University of Texas at Austin) $1,000
Aaron Gaskill (University of Texas at Austin) $1,000
Amber Jester (Eastfield College) $1,000
Holly Jones (Kaplan University) $1,000
Lillian Kopsolias (University of Louisville) $1,000
Mary Jo Koster (Grand Valley State University) $1,000
Sarah Kronz (Kent State University) $1,000
Joshua Leon (Northern Arizona University) $1,000
Chloe Luyet (Wayne State University) $1,000
Andrew Maza (University of Pittsburgh) $1,000
Taylor McAvoy (University of Washington) $1,000
Diana-Maria Milonas (Florida Atlantic University) $1,000
Julia Motis (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey) $1,000
Emily Myers (Temple University) $1,000
Erica Navarro (University of Houston) $1,000
Sydney Pacelli (University of Pittsburgh) $1,000
Alexandra Pinhasi (Ohio University) $1,000
Chasity Pointer (Liberty University) $1,000
Judit Porszasz (California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo) $1,000
Kayla Rasmussen (University of Wisconsin-Madison) $1,000
Hugo Rico (University of Texas at El Paso) $1,000
Matthew Roel (University of Texas-Pan American) $1,000
Emily Russo (Seton Hall University) $1,000
Kaitlyn Seibold (University of Wisconsin-Madison) $1,000
Ashlee Skeens (George Washington University) $1,000
Jenna Tarleton (University of Missouri-Columbia) $1,000
Jasmine Taylor (Syracuse University) $1,000
Belana Torres (University of Texas at Austin) $1,000
Amanda Tran (University of Virginia) $1,000
Emily Trexler (Radford University) $1,000)
Samantha Tropeano (Villanova University) $1,000
Ikechukwu Umeojiako (Collin County Community College) $1,000
Alyssa Vossler (University of Arizona) $1,000
Christina Wallace (Weber State University) $1,000
Katie Wilkinson (Purdue University) $1,000
Emma Wood (University of Arizona) $1,000
Allison Zahorec (Kent State University) $1,000

Inspire Integrity Award

 Academic Year 2017-2018

Kathleen King, Director, Hillsborough Community College Honors Institute
– Nominated by Brittany Judson and Monica Naranjo (two former students) 

Breanna Naegeli, Assistant Dean, Grand Canyon University Honors College
– Nominated by Brianna Samonte 

Academic Year 2015-2016

Kaitlyn Dowden (Purdue University) $1,000
Dr. Priyam Patel (Purdue University) $1,000
Betty Alemseghed (University of Colorado-Denver) $500
Dr. Antwan Jefferson (University of Colorado-Denver) $500

Semester at Sea Spring Award

Academic Year 2017-2018

Kelena Jue-Chapman University ($10,000)
Jeremy Latham-Western Kentucky University ($10,000)
Courtney Golman-University of Arkansas ($5,000)
Talal Nabulsi-University of California, Berkeley ($5,000)
Kailey Petro-Colorado State University ($5,000)

Academic Year 2016-2017

Andrew Ho-Georgia State University ($10,000)
Andrea Skeith-Clemson University ($10,000)
Juliana Baumann-Clemson University($5,000)
Kaleigh Clement-The University of Oklahoma ($5,000)
Tessa Andrzejczak-Colorado State University ($5,000)

Engaging Race Award

 Academic Year 2017-2018

Daniela Castro Perez, Hillsborough Community College ($2,000)
Rachel Maloy, University of Nebraska-Lincoln ($2,000)
Rachel McNulty, The Ohio State University ($2,000)
DeMerrius Plair, Jackson State University ($2,000)

Academic Year 2016-2017

Audrey Hoyle,The University of Maine ($2,000)
Justin Edwards, Howard University ($2,000)
Katherine Schall, Argosy University ($2,000)
Priyanka Patel, Rutgers University ($2,000)
Wesley Herren, Kaplan University ($2,000)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Joy Anosike, Houston Community College ($2,000)
Sarah Govender, Marshall University ($2,000)
Domonique Parkes, Alumni-University of Maryland ($2,000)
Karen Tecler, The University of Florida ($2,000)
Sarah Snyder, Kean University ($2,000)

Scholarship Recipients 

Scholar Abroad Fall Scholarship

Academic Year 2017-2018

Scholarship announcement this summer!

Academic Year 2016-2017

Camille Bangug, Georgetown University ($2,500)
Sheena Juliano, University of Hawaii at Manoa ($2,500)

Summer Scholar Award

Academic Year 2017-2018

Josephine Harler, George Mason University ($2,500) 

Academic Year 2016-2017

Marisa Shepard, Kent State University ($2,500)

Class of 2018 Senior Award

Academic Year 2017-2018

Scholarship announcement this summer!

Academic Year 2016-2017

Adam Stone, University of Michigan
Alexandra Stockdell, The University of Arizona
Arianna Rossetti, University of California, San Diego
Austin Garlington, Arizona State University
Brittany Handzo, Farleigh Dickinson University
Cara Whitney, Florida International University
Casey Grabow, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Cassandra Puglisi, University of Connecticut
Danielle Cory, University of Louisville
Elenor Methven, Ball State University
Emily Nickles, Texas Woman’s University
Gloria Basil, The University of Toledo
Haley Berner, Purdue University
Jada Bullen, Georgetown University
Jessica Westervelt, North Carolina State University
Keira Hornyak, University of Florida
Kendra Welborn, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Kristen Medley, Florida Atlantic University
Kristina Kuehn, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Macy Vickers, The University of Alabama
Matthew Ledwith, University of Virginia
Michael Carrillo, California State University, Long Beach
Samuel Taylor, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Shanice Meridith, University of Florida
Sophia Younes, Florida International University

Summer Internship Award

Academic Year 2017-2018

Eniolahun Olakunle, Johns Hopkins University ($2,500)

Academic Year 2016-2017

Brandt Coleman, University of Louisville ($2,500)

NSCS-Absolute Internship Scholarship

Academic Year 2017-2018

Malika Braz, Georgia State University ($1,830)
Astra Kidani, Chapman University ($1,500)

Academic Year 2016-2017

Meagan Magee, Florida State University ($1,500)

NSCS-Hult Scholarship

No recipients at this time.

Scholar Abroad Spring Scholarship

Academic Year 2017-2018

Julia Ostrovsky, Temple University ($2,500)
Vincent Lyons, Ohio University ($2,500)

Academic Year 2016-2017

Laurel Wong, Georgia State University ($2,500)
Juliana Baumann, Clemson University ($2,500)

Summer Success Challenge “S2 Challenge”

Academic Year 2016-2017
Rachel Hocker, The University of Southern Mississippi ($2,500)

Academic Year 2015-2016
Tiffany Jefferis, The University of Phoenix ($2,500)

The Brandon Huseman Legacy Award for Founding Officers

Academic Year 2017-2018

Scholarship announcement this summer!

Academic Year 2016-2017

Edson Rodrigues-Valencia College ($2,500)
Trisha Wathan-Lone Star College ($2,500)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Renee Murat-Tidewater Community College Portsmouth) $2,500
Denise Ruiz (Florida South Western State College) $2,500

Outstanding Scholar Awards
Southern New Hampshire University Emily Adler
University of Louisiana Monroe Yogesh Agrawal
California State University, Fullerton Lesley Aguirre
University of South Alabama Zaitun Albaiaty
Hillsborough Community College Arletis Alfonso
University of North Dakota Jennifer Allen
Boise State University Savannah Allmett
University at Buffalo Jacob Almudevar
Florida Southwestern State College Ayesha Anklesaria
University of Hawaii at Mānoa Leeyannah Armaine Santos
Johns Hopkins University Christine Atik
Robert Morris University Taylor Bable
University of Nebraska- Lincoln Jasie Beam
University of Virginia Caroline Beck
Virginia Tech Devin Beckstoffer
Central Michigan University Alexis Belker
Texas Tech Ashley Bender
Lehman College Shardane Bentley-Marsh
University of Mary Washington Meghan Bevenour
Strayer University Pequietta Bolden
Grand Valley State University Jonah Bolton
Houston Community College Chidi Boneze
University of Wisconsin – Madison Evan Bouche
University of Arkansas at Little Rock Carol Bowerman
Idaho State University Krystina Bowman
California State University, Long Beach Xuan Bui
Arkansas State University Sarah Bullington
University of Arkansas Jacob Bunyard
New Jersey City University Jyorkenne Campbell
Lone Star College-Montgomery Rachshel Canton
The University of Arizona Courtney Cardinal
Washington State University Bailey Caruso
Texas Christian University Courtlyn Cash
Purdue University Benya Chongolnee
University of Denver Adelaide Clay
The University of Alabama Cara Clay
University of Oklahoma Emma Coggin
The University of Tampa Carly Conkel
University of San Diego Carissa Costanzo
Metropolitan University of Denver Spencer Crawford
Syracuse University Kevin Cruz
University of Southern Mississippi Sabrina Darby
University of Central Arkansas Elizabeth Dempsey
The College at Brockport Stacie DiLillo
University of Kansas Maureen Dowell
Grand Canyon University Bailey Drake
Texas Woman’s University Nadeen Dreini
University of North Georgia Ryan Duke
University of Cincinnati Corrie Fabelo
Murray State University Victoria Fasipe
Saginaw Valley State University Mallory Fisher
Texas A&M Madison Foeh
Jackson State University William Foster
Florida International University Justin Franco
Prairie View A&M University Kamilah Freeman
North Carolina State University Grant Frost
Indiana University Bloomington Hanyu Fu
Southern Illinois University Carbondale Madison Funneman
University of Central Florida Daniel Garcia
California State University, Fresno Jasmeet Gill
Texas State University Karen Gonzales
Georgia Southern University Gabriel Gordon
Oklahoma State University Joseph Austin Grant
University of San Francisco Lea Gumaru
Colorado Tech William Harless
East Carolina University Skye Harrell
Delaware State University Jameela Harris
Utah State University Hailey Hartman
Creighton University Autumn Hauser
Lehigh University Julia Hayden
Baylor University Shelby Hilliard
Kennesaw State University Madison Amelia Hodge
West Virginia University Shawnee Hogbin
Eastern Michigan University Ka’Terra Horne
University of Central Missouri Bram Hubbard
Fort Hays State University Riley Huckabay
The University of Texas at Austin Kiovanni Huddlen
Northern Arizona University Jasmine Huffaker
University of California, Riverside Jessica Hung
Virginia Commonwealth University Colton Hust
La Salle University Alexis Ibarra
Texas Southern University Goodluck Ijezie-Desbois
California Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo Rebecca Immel
Northern Illinois University Devynn Jackson
University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire Miranda Jahnke
Southern New Hampshire University – Online Jose Jimenez
Southern Oregon University Sarah Jones
University at Albany Jennifer Jules
University of Miami Kendall Kilberger
Morehead State University Cyndol Kiser
North Dakota State University Emily Klusman
Midwestern State University Emma Labedis
University of Colorado Boulder Brianna Lamb
Chapman University Noelle Lendino
Colorado State University Jon Lovett
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Victor Lu
Regis University Roman Lucero
The University of Texas at El Paso Chapter Estefania Luciene Ortega Jaramillo
Oregon State University Kristen Lum
University of Puerto Rico at Bayamon Irene M. Matos
University of Dayton Matt Madden
University of Rhode Island Alexxa Magee
University of Houston Jasmine Major
University of North Florida Ambra Malshi
California State University, San Bernardino Eddlynn Beverly Mangaoang
Old Dominion University Dorothy Mann
Middle Tennessee State University Rachel Marlin
Prince George’s Community College Nancy Martinez
Truman State University Haley Mason
Virginia Commonwealth University Justyce McGhee
University of Michigan Justin McMahon
University of Central Oklahoma Paige Meacham
University of Connecticut Madeline Memoli
Towson University Victoria Meoli
Kent State University Jonathan Merlo
Indiana State University Aaron Meyer
University of Maryland, Baltimore County Daniella Moijueh
North Lake college Susan Moorthy
University of Memphis Jacob Myers
New Mexico State University Christina Nevarez
California State University, San Marcos Rosalyn Nguyen
New Jersey Institute of Technology Melissa Nieves
Western Kentucky University Sarah Nix
Northern Kentucky University Memory Ntakirutimana
University of Illinois, Chicago Winifred Obanor
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Dynamite Obinna
Richland College Richard Osay
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Summer Paulson
Rutgers University Nadine Pearsall
Stony Brook University Nathalie Peña
Queens College Yelitza Perdomo
Ramapo College of New Jersey Heidi Pilla
Wright State University Teric Pittman
Tarleton State University Jamie Pytlik
University of California, Santa Barbara Ada Quevedo
Collin College Maria Quiroz
University of North Texas Marissa Ramirez
University of Missouri-Columbia Madeline Robertson
University of Nevada, Las Vegas Portia Royal
University of South Carolina Maya Rush
Southern Methodist University Yasmine Samadzada
Texas Tech University Armando Santos
University of Northern Colorado Keith Scalzo
Winona State University Sarah Schake
Liberty University Megan Schmidt
Florida Atlantic University John Scurto
The City College of New York Elia Sedhom
Northern Virginia Community College Ary Sergio Dib Dias Filho
Auburn University Dylan Shaw
Weber State University Bridger Silvester
Montana State University Lindsey Skeel
University of Rochester Den Khi Son
Ferris State University Nicole Spare
College of Charleston Gabriele Stahnke
Arizona State University Sondra Starke
University of Toledo Kathryn Swanberg
George Mason University Robert Sykes Jr.
New York City College of Technology Salma Taher
Rutgers University – Newark Christina Thomas
University of Pittsburgh Erika Thomas
Radford University Mary Tippett
University of California, Santa Cruz Shannon Twardy
Appalachian State University Olivia Varner
The University of Texas at San Antonio Brianna Vasquez
The University of Mississippi Jennifer Ventura
Florida State University Chloe Verkerke
Argosy University Angelo Vickers
University of Delaware Miriam Villalobos
Portland State University Karol Wai
Mercy College Mackenzie Waisnor
Kansas State University Katelyn Waldeier
Arkansas Tech University Janesha Walker
James Madison University Tori Wallace
University of Akron Jacob Waller
University of Louisville Ashley Ward
University of Massachusetts Amherst Colleen Ward
Fairleigh Dickinson University Brianna Wedding
Lone Star College- University Park Dane Wee-Tom
University of North Carolina, Greensboro Mynita White
San Diego State University Kiana Wiley
Mississippi State University Heather WIlliams
Youngstown State University Kyla WIlliams
Miami University Olivia Wnek
University of Florida Reaghan Wooster
Illinois State University Jennifer Wrzala
Columbus State University Aaliyah Yarbrough
University of Phoenix Taylor Young
Seton Hall University Melaney Zranchev
California State University, Los Angeles LeAnn Zuniga
George Washington University and NSCS Transfer Scholarship
Academic Year 2015-2016

Michaelangelo Rodriguez (George Washington University) $10,000
Michelle Yedin (George Washington University) $10,000

Debt Reduction Award
Academic Year 2017-2018

Scholarship announcement this summer!

Academic Year 2016-2017

Nicole Chang (alumni) $2,500
Eirian Perkins (alumni) $2,500
Katlin Sarantau (alumni) $2,500
Ann Marie Sparacino (alumni) $2,500

Academic Year 2015-2016

Allyson Black-Foley (Alumni-University of Pennsylvania) $2,500
Kathryn Buchanan (Alumni-The University of Tennessee) $2,500
Rebecca Reischl (Alumni-Creighton University) $2,500
Brianna Vollmer (Alumni-University of Maryland) $2,500

NSCS New Member Award

Academic Year 2017-2018

Scholarship announcement this fall!

Academic Year 2016-2017

Alexa Morin, Lehigh University
Alexandra Parquette, The Ohio State University
Aria Mia Loberti, University of Rhode Island
Ashley Estrada, Northern Virginia Community College
Aubrey Weaver, Wright State University
Brandon Dudley, Arizona State University
Brandon Richmond, University of Central Florida
Brianna Hirsh, Arizona State University
Carrie Orey, Virginia Tech
Cassandra Altamirano, University of South Carolina
Christianna House, The George Washington University
Christine Zielinski, Ramapo College of New Jersey
Danielle Bain, California Polytechnic State University
Faith Wintermantel, DePaul University
Farhad de Sousa, Purdue University
Gabrielle Salmon, The University of Kansas
Grace Showalter, Purdue University
Hailey Mousseau, Northern Arizona University
Hannah Paige, Valencia College
James Belany, American University
Jennifer Meyer, Indiana University Bloomington
Jeremy Wright, Fort Hays State University
Jessica Colliis, Rutgers, The University of South Alabama
Jeston Gardner, The University of Memphis
JIhane Touil, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersety
Jocelyn Leggett, DePaul University
Keith Markovich, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Kimberlyn Thomson, The University of Tennessee
Lara Banks, Georgia State University
Leah Matthew, Portland State University
Markus Brooks, Jackson State University
Mason Rhodes, Creighton University
McKenna Christian, University of San Diego
Megan Schmad, Colorado State University
Melinda Jarman, Northwest Missouri State University
Melissa Hernandez, Texas A&M University
Melissa McCarley, Kent State University
Michaela Easley, Spelman College
Mick McCarty, The University of Memphis
Morgan Drohan, Appalachian State University
Pilar Lugo, Arizona State University, Online
Rebecca Bernardo, University of Connecticut
Rebecca Tan, University of California, Los Angeles
Rivka Rosenblatt, University of Cincinnati
Sarah Bellamy, University of Michigan
Shelby Wise, University of Virginia
Sierra Lara Lippold, California State University, Long Beach
Tamia Brice, Benedict College
Timothy Wenger, The University of Akron
Wendy Olivares, Houston Community College

Academic Year 2015-2016

Rachel Adcock (Liberty University)
Nicole Anderson (Utah State University)
Jacqueline Anthony (The University of Georgia)
Madison Bailes (The University of Texas, El Paso)
Samantha Barileau-Zamora (Eastern Illinois University)
Allison Barnes (University of South Carolina)
Miranda Berndt (University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire)
Aspen Brown (Georgia College & State University)
Sherese Brown (Howard University)
Rachel Brunt (West Virginia University)
Kearia Butler (The University of Memphis)
Olivia Chew (University of South Florida)
Megan Crees (Youngstown State University)
Nadeen Dreini (Texas Woman’s University)
Jaimarie Epistola (George Mason University)
Claire Esterman (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
Megan Foell (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey)
Nicholas Fuller (University of Pittsburgh)
Natalie Goodwin (Baylor University)
Morgan Heinrich (Sam Houston State University)
Megan Hund (Strayer University)
Roseann John (University of Houston)
Laiyana Kabir (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
Lyric Kleber (University of Michigan)
Noah Knight (Texas A&M University)
Maurice Lathan (The Ohio State University)
Logan Livingston (Mississippi State University)
Megan Marks (Texas Tech University)
Fabby Marmol (University of South Florida)
Marian Matalka (Wayne State University)
Kaileen McHugh (The Florida State University)
Mai Mizrachy (Georgia Perimeter College)
Michaela Nee (University of Denver)
Melissa Ser Lee Ng (Houston Community College)
Peter Oppelt (Kansas State University)
Priscilla Patton (Grand Canyon University)
Madison Pemberton (Collin College)
Ashley Pepple (University of Michigan)
Taylor Sagnes (University of Minnesota at Twin Cities)
Rose Sanchez (George Mason University)
Courtney Schiebout (University of Missouri Columbia)
Gabrielle Isabelle Servito (University of San Francisco)
Nathan Smith (University of Colorado, Denver)
Sean Sundberg (University of Colorado, Boulder)
Chauncey Thomas (The Florida State University)
Tamiera Vandegrift (The Florida State University)
Jennifer Walker (West Virginia University)
Shaelynn Warkentin (North Carolina State University)
Amanda Waters (Colorado State University)
Nicole Wiesenfeld (University of Michigan)

GEICO Award

Academic Year 2017-2018

Scholarship announcement this summer!

Academic Year 2016-2017

Katelyn Allen-Virginia Tech ($1,000)
Subash Bhandari-Wichita State University ($1,000)
Samantha Blond-Georgetown University ($1,000)
Matthew Boerleider-Stony Brook University ($1,000)
Josette Chen-University of Central Florida ($1,000)
Kayla DeBarros-University of Central Florida ($1,000)
Bailey Florek-University of Louisville ($1,000)
Saad Guliwala-Virginia Commonwealth University ($1,000)
Mitchell Harling-The University of Maine ($1,000)
Sophie Hoy-University of Pittsburgh ($1,000)
Alexandra Hurst-The University of New Mexico ($1,000)
Aldeen Isaac-Midwestern State University ($1,000)
Nneka Jones-The University of Tampa ($1,000)
Hannah Kath-Iowa State University ($1,000)
Hailee Kowalik-Texas Tech University ($1,000)
Katherine Landoni-Oregon State University ($1,000)
Amy Madrigal-Liberty University Online ($1,000)
Emily Price-Texas Tech University ($1,000)
Rachel Raguso-University of Rhode Island ($1,000)
Katherine Regis-Eastern Kentucky University ($1,000)
Nicole Ridley-The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ($1,000)
Jacob Siiro-North Dakota State University ($1,000)
Zariah Tolman-Montana State University ($1,000)
Adele Westerhuis-Boston University ($1,000)
Grace Zimmerman-Illinois State University ($1,000)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Georgios Anagnostopoulos (The George Washington University) $1,000
Raquel Baudrit (American University) $1,000
Katelyn Boyden (University of Central Florida) $1,000
Brandt Coleman (University of Louisville) $1,000
Lauren Echols (Pennsylvania State University) $1,000
Kaitlyn Hudenburg (Northern Virginia Community College ) $1,000
Laura Jorge Jacobo (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) $1,000
Jonathan Lam (Arizona State University) $1,000
LaSeandra Lester (Liberty University) $1,000
Joselyn Lopes (The University of Georgia) $1,000
Mai Mizrachy (Georgia Perimeter College ) $1,000
Michaela Patoilo (University of South Carolina) $1,000
Heshani Pieris (Northern Arizona University) $1,000
Morgan Pratt (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) $1,000
Rebecca Reid (James Madison University) $1,000
Jasmine Rosello (Florida International University) $1,000
Nathan Smith (University of Colorado-Denver) $1,000
Kevin Unkrich (The Ohio State University) $1,000
Joseph Williams (Appalachian State University) $1,000
Kurt Wohlers (Gonzaga University) $1,000

GEICO Graduate Award

Academic Year 2017-2018

Julia Steffen, Northern Kentucky University (Alumni) $5,000
Mallory McGoff, College of Charleston (Alumni) $5,000
Brianna Vollmer, University of Maryland (Alumni) $5,000
Elizabeth Powell, The College of William & Mary (Alumni) $5,000
Matthew Holzner, The George Washington University (Alumni) $5,000

Academic Year 2016-2017

Julian Willett (Alumni) $5,000
Kendra Brumfield (Alumni) $5,000
Aramiss Navaii (Alumni) $5,000
Jala Morrow (Alumni) $5,000
Marzuk Ahmed (Alumni) $5,000

Academic Year 2015-2016

Marzuk Ahmed (Georgetown University) $5,000
Allyson Farren (The University of Washington) $5.000
Mira King (George Washington University) $5,000
Kayla Unkrich (Purdue University) $5,000

Board of Directors Award

Academic Year 2017-2018

Alana Doyle, University of Alabama ($1,000)
Brandt Coleman, University of Louisville ($1,000)
Jennifer Chen, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor ($1,000)
Kara Hollingsworth, Baylor University ($1,000)
Stephanie Cahill, Arizona State University ($1,000)

Academic Year 2016-2017

Madeline Behlke-Entiwisle, Missouri State University ($1,000)
Nkeka Jones, University of Tampa ($1,000)
Olivia Wnek, Miami University ($1,000)
Samantha Holzhauer, University of Michigan ($1,000)
Tessa Andrzejczak, Colorado State University ($1,000)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Kayla Hazelwood, The University of Alabama at Birmingham ($1,000)
Erica Liu, California State University Fullerton ($1,000)
Victoria Lowe, Stony Brook University ($1,000)
Allison Mika, The Pennsylvania State University ($1,000)
Madison Pemberton, Collin College ($1,000)

Community College Transition Award

Academic Year 2017-2018

Elise Anderson, Northern Virginia Community College ($2,500)
Alexus Moore, Prince George’s Community College ($2,500)
Daniela Limbania Castro Perez, Hillsborough Community College  ($2,500)
Francesca Raoelison, Northern Virginia Community College ($2,500)

Academic Year 2016-2017

Alexus Addison, Prince George’s Community College ($2,500)
Nicole Burgos, Hillsborough Community College ($2,500)
Selemawit Debesay, University of the District of Columbia Community College ($2,500)
Stephanie Radtke, Northern Virginia Community College ($2,500)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Raquel Baudrit (Hillsborough Community College) $5,000
Jeajout Cymonisse (Prince George’s Community College) $5,000

Semester at Sea Fall Award

Academic Year 2017-2018

Emma Hogan-Colorado State University ($10,000)
Shaina Arsenault-Cornell University ($10,000)
Megan Abels-University of California, Santa Cruz ($5,000)
Monique Calzadilla-Florida International University ($5,000)
Allison Laber-Bowling Green State University ($5,000)

Academic Year 2016-2017

Andrew Ho, Georgia State University ($10,000)
Andrea Skeith, Clemson University ($10,000)
Juliana Baumann, Clemson University ($5,000)
Kaleigh Clement. The University of Oklahoma ($5,000)
Tessa Andrzejczak, Colorado State University ($5,000)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Alexa Vetsch, The University of Mississippi ($10,000)
Madeleine Whitten, Oklahoma State University ($10,000)
Zoe Tauxe, Colorado State University ($5,000)

The NSCS Award for Education Excellence

Academic Year 2017-2018

Joshua Gramley, Lane Community College ($1,000)
Brandon Chan, Chapman University ($1,000)
Victoria Bui, University of Hawaii at Manoa ($1,000)
Halle Thannickal, University of Michigan ($1,000)
Ashton Kinser, University of North Texas ($1,000)

Academic Year 2016-2017

Atalie Klumpp, Ball State University ($1,000)
Gina Pettinato, University of Albany ($1,000)
Imelda Ascencio, Virginia Commonwealth University ($1,000)
Kelsey Wilkins, Utah State University ($1,000)
Katherine Landoni, Oregon State University ($1,000)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Mercedes Arroyo, Georgia State University ($1,000)
Mariah Hansen, Utah State University ($1,000)
Rhea Matthew, Clemson University ($1,000)
Victoria Matturro, Montclair State University ($1,000)
Carissa Olson, University of North Dakota ($1,000)

First in the Family Scholarship

Academic Year 2017-2018

Christina Canino, Colorado State University ($5,000)
Miranda Mason, University of Louisville ($5,000)
Vivian Nguyen, University of Florida ($5,000)
Kevin Pantoja, Full Sail University ($5,000)

Academic Year 2016-2017

Nolan Bush, American University ($5,000)
Jordan Crume, University of Maryland University College ($5,000)
Gracellia Menchaca, Winona State University ($5,000)
Aaron Pakow, Kingsborough Community College ($5,000)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Ryan Bell (University of Washington) $5,000
Savyata Gomden (Richland College) $5,000
Austin Hinds (Oklahoma State University) $5,000

The Amy Shopkorn Student Affairs Award

Academic Year 2017-2018

Rachel Haley (Texas Christian University) $2,500
Joycelyn Yip (University of Southern California) $2,500

Academic Year 2016-2017

Alexa Turner (Eastern Kentucky University) $1,000
Aria Mia Loberti (University of Rhode Island) $1,000
Daniel Andrews (Towson University) $1,000
Ruti Ejangue (American University) $1,000
Toluwani OluAlakija (Spelman College) $1,000

Academic Year 2015-2016

Grant Bigman (Alumni-James Madison University) $1,000
Atalie Klumpp (Ball State University) $1,000

NLC Award

Academic Year 2017-2018

Sabrina Riordan, University of Maryland ($2,000)
Jacob Nixon, American Military University/American Public University ($2,000)

Academic Year 2016-2017

Bryce Justin Harrison, Liberty University ($2,000)
Robert Guerra, Full Sail University Online ($2,000)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Erin Jones, Liberty University ($2,000)

Jim Duncan Award for Perseverance

Academic Year 2017-2018

Scholarship announcement this summer!

Academic Year 2016-2017

Hugo Concha, Stony Brook University ($1,000)
Madeleine Dill, Northern Arizona University ($1,000)
Rachel Duncan, Boston University ($1,000)
Leila Jamshidi, University of California, Santa Cruz ($1,000)
Shealinn Metzger, Northern Virginia Community College ($1,000)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Summer Jarro, Miami Dade College ($1,000)
Tamara Koubi, Florida International University ($1,000)
Akshita Pillai, University of Texas at El Paso ($1,000)
Julian Willett, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ($1,000)

E-Scholar Award

Academic Year 2017-2018

Jeffery Killen, University of Maryland University College ($2,000)
Melissa Stahr, Arizona State University-Online ($2,000)

Academic Year 2016-2017

Bryce Harrison, Liberty University ($2,000)
Robert Guerra, Full Sail University ($2,000)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Michael Stipp, University of Phoenix ($2,000)
Hannah Rotter, Liberty University ($2,000)

Induction Recognition Award-Fall

Academic Year 2017-2018

Kellie Abeska, Kent State University ($1,000)
Katelyn Adams, Robert Morris University ($1,000)
Jose Mari Arambulo, University of California, Los Angeles ($1,000)
Rachel Bridgens, University of Cincinnati ($1,000)
Sophie Chanoux, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University ($1,000)
Jennifer Chen, University of Michigan ($1,000)
Allison Collins, University of Southern Indiana ($1,000)
Micheala Davis, Georgia State University ($1,000)
Ariana dos Santos, Temple University ($1,000)
Julia Eger, University of Pittsburgh ($1,000)
Daniela Espinosa, The University of Tampa ($1,000)
Benjamin Friedman, University of Massachusetts, Amherst ($1,000)
Breann Henley, Western Washington, Bloomington ($1,000)
Kara Hollingsworth, Baylor University ($1,000)
Alix Howard, North Carolina State University ($1,000)
Brandon Johnson, Southern Utah University ($1,000)
Kristen Lile, Western Kentucky University ($1,000)
Kathryn Moilanen, Indiana University Bloomington ($1,000)
Lyndsey Moore, The University of Tampa ($1,000)
Madison Moye, University of Colorado Boulder ($1,000)
Dalton Newbold, Utah State University ($1,000)
Olivia Orshoski, University of Cincinnati ($1,000)
Stori Smith, Montana State University ($1,000)
Sarah Soliman, American University ($1,000)
Mandy Stenehjem, University of North Dakota ($1,000)
Ryan Stevens, Central Michigan University ($1,000)
Kathryn Swanberg, The University of Toledo ($1,000)
Melissa Taha, California State University, San Bernardino ($1,000)
Morgan Thornton, Delaware State University ($1,000)
Carla Trevino, Lone Star College-University Park ($1,000)
Alyssa Tuttle, The Ohio State University ($1,000)
Joseph Ward, East Carolina University ($1,000)
Dane Wee-Tom, Lone Star College-University Park ($1,000)
Jacqueline Williams, Texas Christian University ($1,000)
Taylor Yates, Indiana State University

Academic Year 2016-2017

Katharine Adams (Wright State University) $1,000
Emily Baskin (Keene State College) $1,000
Jennifer Bernal (Georgia Institute of Technology) $1,000
Sydney Biehl (Miami University) $1,000
Jacqueice Bolden (Northern Arizona University) $1,000
Danyell Christensen (Winona State University) $1,000
Eric Conley (Southern Illinois University at Carbondale) $1,000
Megan Dimmick (The Pennsylvania State University) $1,000
Hali Dingo (Bowling Green State University) $1,000
Jaimarie Epistola (George Mason University) $1,000
Jamie Farrell (East Carolina University) $1,000
Paige Frank (The Johns Hopkins University) $1,000
Daniel Fraser (Austin Community College) $1,000
Joshua Gardner (Metropolitan State University of Denver) $1,000
Megan Harnish (Bowling Green State University) $1,000
Caitlyn Harris, (Kaplan University) $1,000
Shawn Harvey (Butler University) $1,000
Austin Hinds (Oklahoma State University) $1,000
Madeline Hurst (Texas Christian University) $1,000
Susan Johnson (Kaplan University) $1,000
Jessica Kerstetter (University of Pittsburgh) $1,000
Megan Krol (Temple University) $1,000
Nicolette Lewis (Northern Virginia Community College) $1,000
Mikala Lugen (Kent State University) $1,000
Briana Marquez (San Diego State University) $1,000
Miranda Mason (University of Louisville) $1,000
Marian Matalka (Wayne State University) $1,000
Paige Mattfeld (North Dakota State University) $1,000
Brittney Mavrenovic (Purdue University) $1,000
Emma Maxwell (Johns Hopkins University) $1,000
Kennedy Mitchell (Loyola University Chicago) $1,000
Sylvia Mwende (Austin Community College) $1,000
Jeremiah Oghafua (Prince George’s Community College) $1,000
Jaden Osborne (The University of Arizona) $1,000
Jennifer Pargoff (Michigan State University) $1,000
India Persaud (The University of Georgia) $1,000
Amanda Reiser (The George Washington University) $1,000
Mikala Renda (Columbia College Chicago) $1,000
Nicole Ridley (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) $1,000
Payton Salmons (Marshall University) $1,000
Jessica Short (University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire) $1,000
Rachel Singer (University of Dayton) $1,000
Clarisse Solis (Pennsylvania State University) $1,000
Emery Tedesco (University of Delaware) $1,000
Jennifer Tran (Ferris State University) $1,000
Mitali Vaidyanath (Kent State University) $1,000
Pearl Vang (California State University-Fresno) $1,000
Ashley Wilson (Liberty University) $1,000
Nicole Wolf (Winona State University) $1,000
Natasha Zajac (University of South Florida) $1,000

Academic Year 2015-2016

Alexus Addison (Prince George’s Community College) $1,000
Brittney Alden (University of Florida) $1,000
Maria Ayoub (University of Maryland) $1,000
Adam Baraka (Eastern Michigan University) $1,000
Madeline Behlke-Entwisle (Missouri State University) $1,000
Casey Conlee (New Mexico State University) $1,000
Samantha D’Angelo (College of Staten Island) $1,000
Michael Dean (University of Florida) $1,000
Giuseppe Di Iorio (New Jersey City University) $1,000
Zachary Doll (Kansas State University) $1,000
Ke Duan (University of California, Davis) $1,000
Jillian Ferguson (University of Delaware) $1,000
Alyson Fisher (Winona State University) $1,000
Magdalena Garcia (University of Texas at Austin) $1,000
Aaron Gaskill (University of Texas at Austin) $1,000
Amber Jester (Eastfield College) $1,000
Holly Jones (Kaplan University) $1,000
Lillian Kopsolias (University of Louisville) $1,000
Mary Jo Koster (Grand Valley State University) $1,000
Sarah Kronz (Kent State University) $1,000
Joshua Leon (Northern Arizona University) $1,000
Chloe Luyet (Wayne State University) $1,000
Andrew Maza (University of Pittsburgh) $1,000
Taylor McAvoy (University of Washington) $1,000
Diana-Maria Milonas (Florida Atlantic University) $1,000
Julia Motis (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey) $1,000
Emily Myers (Temple University) $1,000
Erica Navarro (University of Houston) $1,000
Sydney Pacelli (University of Pittsburgh) $1,000
Alexandra Pinhasi (Ohio University) $1,000
Chasity Pointer (Liberty University) $1,000
Judit Porszasz (California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo) $1,000
Kayla Rasmussen (University of Wisconsin-Madison) $1,000
Hugo Rico (University of Texas at El Paso) $1,000
Matthew Roel (University of Texas-Pan American) $1,000
Emily Russo (Seton Hall University) $1,000
Kaitlyn Seibold (University of Wisconsin-Madison) $1,000
Ashlee Skeens (George Washington University) $1,000
Jenna Tarleton (University of Missouri-Columbia) $1,000
Jasmine Taylor (Syracuse University) $1,000
Belana Torres (University of Texas at Austin) $1,000
Amanda Tran (University of Virginia) $1,000
Emily Trexler (Radford University) $1,000)
Samantha Tropeano (Villanova University) $1,000
Ikechukwu Umeojiako (Collin County Community College) $1,000
Alyssa Vossler (University of Arizona) $1,000
Christina Wallace (Weber State University) $1,000
Katie Wilkinson (Purdue University) $1,000
Emma Wood (University of Arizona) $1,000
Allison Zahorec (Kent State University) $1,000

Inspire Integrity Award

 Academic Year 2017-2018

Kathleen King, Director, Hillsborough Community College Honors Institute
– Nominated by Brittany Judson and Monica Naranjo (two former students) 

Breanna Naegeli, Assistant Dean, Grand Canyon University Honors College
– Nominated by Brianna Samonte 

Academic Year 2015-2016

Kaitlyn Dowden (Purdue University) $1,000
Dr. Priyam Patel (Purdue University) $1,000
Betty Alemseghed (University of Colorado-Denver) $500
Dr. Antwan Jefferson (University of Colorado-Denver) $500

Semester at Sea Spring Award

Academic Year 2017-2018

Kelena Jue-Chapman University ($10,000)
Jeremy Latham-Western Kentucky University ($10,000)
Courtney Golman-University of Arkansas ($5,000)
Talal Nabulsi-University of California, Berkeley ($5,000)
Kailey Petro-Colorado State University ($5,000)

Academic Year 2016-2017

Andrew Ho-Georgia State University ($10,000)
Andrea Skeith-Clemson University ($10,000)
Juliana Baumann-Clemson University($5,000)
Kaleigh Clement-The University of Oklahoma ($5,000)
Tessa Andrzejczak-Colorado State University ($5,000)

Engaging Race Award

Academic Year 2017-2018

Daniela Castro Perez, Hillsborough Community College ($2,000)
Rachel Maloy, University of Nebraska-Lincoln ($2,000)
Rachel McNulty, The Ohio State University ($2,000)
DeMerrius Plair, Jackson State University ($2,000)

Academic Year 2016-2017

Audrey Hoyle,The University of Maine ($2,000)
Justin Edwards, Howard University ($2,000)
Katherine Schall, Argosy University ($2,000)
Priyanka Patel, Rutgers University ($2,000)
Wesley Herren, Kaplan University ($2,000)

Academic Year 2015-2016

Joy Anosike, Houston Community College ($2,000)
Sarah Govender, Marshall University ($2,000)
Domonique Parkes, Alumni-University of Maryland ($2,000)
Karen Tecler, The University of Florida ($2,000)
Sarah Snyder, Kean University ($2,000)

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NSCS Scholarships 

Scholar Abroad Fall Scholarship

Open

Offers scholarship funding to help expand our members’ international and cultural knowledge. Two (2) $2,500 scholarships are awarded to members studying abroad during the fall term.

Scholarship Closes:  7/5/2018

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Active Minds Mental Health Advocate Award

Open

In partnership with Active Minds, NSCS will award (1) $2,750 scholarship to an NSCS member this summer. Active Minds is the nation’s premiere nonprofit organization supporting mental health awareness and education for students. NSCS and Active Minds encourages our applicants to promote mental wellness, combat mental health stigma, and organize mental health programs and advocacy efforts on their campus.

Scholarship Closes:  7/31/2018

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Summer Scholar Award

Opening 2018-2019

The classroom is not your ideal summer destination, but enrolling in summer classes can help you get ahead academically and financially.  NSCS is offering the Summer Scholar Award to assist students with tuition expenses.  One $2,500 scholarship will be awarded for summer 2018.

 

Class of 2018 Senior Award

Opening 2018-2019

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars created the Class of 2018 Senior Award to congratulate and recognize graduating seniors for their contribution to NSCS. Graduation marks the end of their NSCS membership on campus. However, it also reminds the graduating seniors of the on-going networks and opportunities that NSCS provides as a lifetime member.

NSCS will award (15) $1,000 professional development awards to graduating seniors.

 

Summer Internship Award

Opening 2018- 2019

In today’s competitive world, an internship is a requirement to secure jobs at the best companies.  NSCS will be awarding a $2,500 scholarship to an NSCS member who has secured an internship for the summer of 2018.   The award will help to offset expenses incurred during the internship.

NSCS-Absolute Internship Scholarship

Opening 2018- 2019

Absolute Internship is an exclusive partner to The National Society of Collegiate Scholars, and an award-winning organization that helps place college students with great internship opportunities in exciting cities such as Beijing, Hong Kong, London, Madrid, Shanghai and Singapore. You can choose to intern in Business, Engineering, Fashion, Marketing, Non-Profits, Public Relations or any other industry. Absolute Internship has connections with over 600 companies around the world. As part of the program you’re not only guaranteed an internship, but you live with other college students from all around the world and benefit from housing, visa processing, transport and other fun things while you’re building your resume and seeing the world!

Absolute Internship is offering one NSCS member a $1,500 scholarship to be used for Summer 2018.   Click here to apply and make sure to use the promo code NSCS to be considered for the scholarship.

NSCS-Hult Scholarship

Open
Alumni Eligible

As an NSCS member, we recognize that you’re the type of person who strives to continuously improve and excel in your career.  For this reason, we want to make sure you’re aware of the exclusive NSCS-Hult Scholarship of $5,000available just for NSCS members.

Hult is known as the global business school for the next generation of leaders.  Their Global One-Year MBA & Masters degree programs allow students to study at up to 3 of their campuses across the globe during the accelerated, one-year graduate program.

The deadline to apply for this round of the NSCS-Hult Scholarship is Sunday, July 2nd.  If you complete your application by the July deadline, you’ll be considered for the scholarship upon acceptance to the program.  One recipient will be chosen per deadline, so it is in your best interest to apply early to increase your chances of receiving the scholarship.  The scholarship is only available for Hult graduate (Masters & MBA) programs.

Click the apply button below to login to the member portal for more information.

Scholarship Closes: 07/2/2018

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Scholar Abroad Spring Scholarship

Opening Soon

Studying abroad has become more than just a way to learn a language. Modern studies suggest college students need more international and cultural knowledge to successfully adapt to society post-college: having an international background is an important tool socially, professionally and educationally. NSCS offers scholarship funding to help expand our members’ horizons.

Two (2) $2,500 scholarships are awarded to members studying abroad during the spring semester or summer.

The Brandon Huseman Legacy Award for Founding Officers

Open 

NSCS is proud to announce the Brandon Huseman Legacy Award for Founding Officers. NSCS will award (2) $2,500 scholarships to founding officers who through hard work, dedication and service have furthered the NSCS mission by starting a chapter at his or her school.

Brandon Huseman embodied everything we strive for at NSCS. He served as an active member of the Purdue University chapter, the National Leadership Council and his community while working very hard to pursue his engineering degree. Brandon left a legacy of service and achievement which motivates us all to do the same as NSCS members.

Scholarship Closes:  7/30/2018

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Princeton Review Scholarships

Open - Ongoing

NSCS has partnered with The Princeton Review to offer NSCS members exclusive course scholarships.

George Washington University and NSCS Transfer Scholarship

Open 

George Washington University has partnered with NSCS to provide $20,000 over two years to outstanding community college members who transfer from an NSCS community college to GWU. Members must be accepted and enrolled for fall 2018. Some specific degree programs may not be eligible for this scholarship.

For more info: email castillo@nscs.org.

Debt Reduction Award (Formerly NerdWallet PayDown Your Debt Award)

Opening 2018-2019

With two-thirds of college seniors graduating with student loan debt, The National Society of Collegiate Scholars is proud to​ provide (4) $2,500 awards to recent NSCS graduates and alumni who are carrying on the mission of the organization!

 

 

NSCS New Member Award

Open

Each year NSCS awards (50) $1,000 scholarships to outstanding new members across the country to help defray the cost of tuition expenses.

Scholarship Closes:  8/2/2018

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GEICO Award

Opening 2018-2019

NSCS has partnered with GEICO to award $25,000 in scholarships to talented, motivated NSCS members.

 

GEICO Graduate Award

Opening 2018- 2019
Alumni Eligible

In partnership with GEICO, NSCS will be awarding five (5) $5,000 Graduate School Scholarships to deserving, talented, and motivated NSCS members who have been accepted into a graduate program or are already in a graduate studies program. Graduate studies include programs awarding masters, doctoral and professional level degrees pursued after completing an undergraduate program.

Board of Directors Award

Opening in 2018- 2019 

The NSCS Board of Directors has created and funded the Board of Directors Award to recognize outstanding NSCS members who have distinguished themselves through involvement, enthusiasm and support for NSCS.

Community College Transition Award

Opening 2018-2019

NSCS awards $10,000 in scholarships to outstanding community college students who are transferring into a 4-year institution.

 

Semester at Sea Fall Award

Opening 2018-2019

NSCS offers $35,000 in scholarships for students who take the fall voyage aboard Semester at Sea.

 

The NSCS Award for Education Excellence

Opening 2018-2019

NSCS will award $5,000 in scholarships to members who are education majors and/or are involved in mentoring youth.

 

First in the Family Scholarship

Opening 2018- 2019

NSCS is committed to supporting you on your journey to be the first in your family to complete your college degree.

Through the First in the Family Scholarship, NSCS will award outstanding First-Generation students with $5,000 scholarships to help with tuition needs.

The Amy Shopkorn Student Affairs Award

Opening 2018-2019
Alumni Eligible

The student experience on-campus is essential to the success and impact of the overall collegiate experience at an institution. The Amy Shopkorn Student Affairs Award was created in honor of NSCS former employee Amy Shopkorn.

Amy has created a positive impact on campus life as a collegian and in her professional career; to honor her dedication and passion for higher education NSCS will grant five (5) $1,000 awards to NSCS members who are planning to/or currently pursuing a graduate degree in student affairs.

 

NLC Award

Opening 2018- 2019

The National Leadership Council (NLC) is a NSCS student advisory board comprised of NSCS members who are chosen based on their dedication, service, and commitment to NSCS. Leadership, academic excellence, and community involvement are other strong traits that each NLC member must exhibit and continue to demonstrate throughout their term.

Each year, the NLC creates a scholarship to honor members who share that same commitment and passion. One $2,000 scholarship and one $1,000 scholarship will be awarded.  Both traditional essay submissions and creative video submissions such as: video narrated PowerPoint, or photo essay formats will be accepted.

Jim Duncan Award for Perseverance

Opening 2018-2019

A scholarship for a member who has triumphed over adversity, this award is in recognition of James C. Duncan, an NSCS member and former employee.

 

E-Scholar Award

Opening 2018- 2019

Each year, NSCS awards two $2,000 scholarships to outstanding NSCS members who attend one of our online universities. Applicants are selected based on how they show commitment and passion to leadership, academic excellence and community involvement.

 

Induction Recognition Award-Spring

Opening 2018-2019

In our continuous commitment to reward students who exemplify leadership and excellence through their academic achievement, The National Society of Collegiate Scholars is proud to offer the Induction Recognition Award for new NSCS members who are planning to be active participants in their chapters.

Students will answer questions describing how their NSCS chapter can be more effective on campus, and help contribute to the college experience of NSCS members.

You must attend your Induction Ceremony to be eligible to apply for this award.

 

Inspire Integrity Award

Opening 2018- 2019

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars’ Inspire Integrity Awards are the only national student-nominated faculty and administration awards program. These awards are presented to full-time university faculty and administration who have, through their lessons and actions, made a significant impact on the lives of their students and instilled a high degree of personal and academic integrity. If your nominee is selected, you will receive a scholarship as well.

Make a difference on your campus by nominating a faculty or administration member who has inspired integrity in you and your classmates!

Semester at Sea Spring Award

Opening 2018- 2019

For over 50 years, the Institute for Shipboard Education (ISE) has offered students a unique view of the world aboard a floating university. This is a once in a lifetime educational opportunity where you will develop an appreciation of cultural diversity. NSCS is proud to partner with ISE to offer $60,000 in scholarships throughout the year.

For the Spring Semester Voyage, two NSCS members will be awarded a $10,000 scholarship and three NSCS members will be awarded a $5,000 towards their Semester at Sea tuition.

Scholarship Eligibility
- Must be an NSCS Member
- Must plan to participate in the Spring Semester at Sea voyage

Engaging Race Award

Opening Soon

A great idea can come from anyone. But do you have what it takes to make your idea happen? Are you ready for some friendly competition? Apply for The Engaging Race!

NSCS members can compete for scholarships to help make a difference through their own original service initiative. NSCS will select the top five applicants to fund their initiatives. Here’s your chance to compete and prove your idea is better than the rest! If your idea is selected, you will receive $1,000 scholarship and another $1,000 in funding to take your service initiative to the next level!

 

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The NSCS national office:
2000 M Street NW Suite 600
Washington DC 20036

Email: nscs@nscs.org

Phone: 202.265.9000