A list of annually-funded scholarships is available in the Office of Financial Aid. Scholarship funds are provided by individuals and/or organizations to support qualified students on a year-to-year basis only.
General Scholarship Fund
In addition to annually-funded scholarships, the college maintains a General Scholarship Fund that consists of a series of financial gifts made to Westminster by individuals and families who support the college. The General Scholarship Fund is used to support the Institutional Scholarships awarded each year. Listed below are the individuals, families, and corporations who are now supporting the College’s General Scholarship Fund: Albert J. Alt Memorial Scholarship, George Bailey Memorial Scholarship, Victor Blumberg Memorial Scholarship, Bess W. Fisher Scholarship, Margaret Freece Scholarship, Fuller Reading Scholarship, Mr. and Mrs. G.T. Hansen Scholarship, Edith Wade and Frederick J. Hart Scholarship, Thomas F. Hawk Scholarship, Alfred Hendrickson Scholarship, Hoag Scholarship, Rosa Bird Marimon Scholarship, Mountain Fuel Supply Company Scholarship, Morris B. Rosenblatt Memorial Scholarship, Samuel Rosenfeld Memorial Scholarship Fund, Mr. and Mrs. L.S. Skaggs Scholarship, Bradley and Elizabeth Skinner Memorial Scholarship, Charles L. Wheeler Memorial Scholarship, Westminster College Memorial Scholarship Fund, and Henry T. and Helen I. Zeider Scholarship.
The college also maintains a series of special scholarships funded by a variety of organizations that prefer to select the recipients for the awards each year. In most cases, these special scholarships have their own application forms, which are available through the Office of Financial Aid.
Air Force ROTC Scholarship—Available on a competitive basis for 2, 2½, 3, 3½, or 4 years. Provides partial to full tuition, reimbursement for textbooks, and a monthly allowance.
Army ROTC Scholarship—Available on a competitive basis for 2 to 4 years. Provides full tuition, reimbursement for textbooks, and a monthly allowance.
Navy ROTC Scholarship—Available on a competitive basis for 2 to 4 years. Provides full tuition, reimbursement for textbooks, and a monthly allowance.
United Presbyterian Scholarship—Awarded to members of the Presbyterian Church. Students must have a minimum 2.0 GPA.