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Martha Sinclair Rust & Mary Sinclair Rust Memorial Education Scholarship and the Longwood University Teacher Education Centennial Scholarship require that a department chair in consultation with the faculty nominate you. Both scholarships are awarded to rising seniors who have completed 75 school hours and have a minimum 3.25 GPA.
This award is given yearly to a rising senior majoring in physical education in the teaching option. The student must have been a student at Longwood University for five (5) semesters and must have made plans to complete the degree at Longwood University. The recipient must possess outstanding personal qualities, high ideals, good scholarship and professional ethics.
This award is given yearly to a full time junior or senior physical education major in the teaching option. The student must have attended Longwood University at least two years, have a 2.75 overall GPA and a 3.00 major GPA. The student must be outstanding in professionalism as demonstrated by attendance and/or membership in student and professional organizations, and an active participant in service projects. This award is renewable.
The Frances Anthony Meyer scholarship is an annual scholarship awarded to a student seeking teacher licensure and intending to teach physical education. Preference will be given to student-athletes. This scholarship is renewable if all requirements are met.
This award is given yearly to a full-time therapeutic recreation student or an incoming freshman who has declared therapeutic recreation as his/her major. The recipient must have at least a 3.0 GPA at Longwood or high school (if an incoming freshman). The recipient will demonstrate personal attributes such as dependability, responsibility, and commitment to the profession. Additionally, the recipient will demonstrate evidence of campus involvement and/or Therapeutic Recreation Student Organization (TRO).
Major students selected are eligible to receive the following awards:
Other general scholarships and awards are listed in the current undergraduate catalog.