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CCSU Alumni Association Scholarship (2001)
  • Provides scholarship support for the children and grandchildren of CCSU graduates or its predecessor institutions who are matriculated undergraduate and graduate students at CCSU with 24 hours of earned academic credit and a minimum 2.75 cumulative grade point average.  Student must be registered for at least 6 credits in the semester to which the scholarship is being applied.  Student must demonstrate qualities of service, leadership and academic achievement.
Special Application Instructions:
Applicant must submit an essay of not more than 250 words stating why he/she deserves the scholarship.   Please identify the alumnus, degree, class year and relationship in the essay.  Recipients are expected to perform 6 hours of service in the Alumni Office.
Helen Bichum Trust Scholarship (2006)
  • Provides support to undergraduate students with preference to children of members of Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church of New Britain and graduates of any high school located in New Britain or in any town which borders on New Britain.
Helen Bichum Trust for Students with Disabilities (2008)
  • Provides support to students with disabilities and special needs to assist with the cost of tuition and fees, room and board expenses, and adaptive technologies.
Anne Alling Scholarship (2011)
  • Provides support to full-time, matriculated undergraduate students at CCSU with preference to single parent, non-traditional students who have returned to higher education after an absence of three or more years and who document efforts to finance higher education costs though full and part-time employment.
Michael D'Amico/Class of 1998 Scholarship (2290)
  • Provides support for a full-time, undergraduate student with demonstrated involvement and leadership in student activities.  Preference will be given to a student with documented efforts to finance higher education costs through full or part time employment.
Ed & Grace Creed Scholarship (2297)
  • Provides support for matriculated undergraduate students with 30 hours of earned academic credit at CCSU and demonstrated lack of sufficient means to meet the cost of higher education thereby financing education costs through full and part-time employment.
Special Application Instructions:
Please submit a detailed narrative statement describing how you meet the criteria listed above.
CSEA - Chapter 31 Scholarship (2300)
  • Provides support for a dependent child of a member of the faculty (administrative and teaching) who is on a full-time appointment just prior to the semester of application.  Candidates must be a full-time matriculated student at Central Connecticut State University, having completed at least one semester in good academic standing as determined by grades and/or by previously received honors, distinctions, and accomplishments.

Special Application Instructions:

Please identify the employee and relationship.
Doris Honig Guenter & Raymond A. Guenter Scholarship Fund (2405)
  • Provides support for full-time or part-time, matriculated undergraduate students with a minimum of 30 credits earned at CCSU who have financial need as determined by the University's Financial Aid Office using federal and/or institutional methodology.
Carl Krein Scholarship (2530)
  • Provide scholarships for students in the University's athletic training program.
Koteen Family Scholarship (2605)
  • Provides need-based support for full-time, matriculated undergraduate students who have been accepted for enrollment as first-time, first-year students at CCSU.  Recipients shall be students from disadvantaged social, economic and educational backgrounds and graduates of public high schools in depressed urban communities.  Recipients must be in the top 10% of their high school graduating classes.
Virginia Wicks Vidich Scholarship (2890)
  • Provides scholarship support for students who have the underlying character and ability to be successful but whose personal, economic, or social circumstances have put them at risk.  Applications are not accepted. Recipients of this scholarship must be nominated by a member of the teaching or admnistrative faculty.
Alexander J. Federowicz Scholarship (9140)
  • Provides support to a Polish born, full-time, matriculated undergraduate student currently studying at CCSU with a minimum of 60 semester hours in residence at CCSU with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
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