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Clarion University Scholarships

The following information illustrates the many scholarship opportunities available to students at Clarion University. If you are unclear about any of the information below, please call Admissions at 814-393-2306.

Use the tool filters below to narrow your scholarship search based on major (left drop-down menu) and audience (right drop-down menu -- select incoming freshman or current student). Another filter is Other Scholarships, not based on major (left drop-down menu) and audience (right drop-down menu - freshman or current students). Contact person for current students is the scholarship chair listed in the scholarship description of this site or handled by the chair of the academic department.

You can also access a list of the following scholarships:

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Scholarship TitleScholarship Description
History Department Foundation Scholarship

To be considered, students must be sophomore or junior standing at Clarion University. Criteria for selection include academic excellence and service to the History department. Contact the chair of the History department at 814-393-2546.

Joanne W. Haskell Scholars Program Endowment

Established by Joanne Gwen (Wagner) Haskell, friend of Clarion University, and designated to fund scholarships in the field of humanities. The fund will make awards to students who plan to travel abroad to pursue studies in the humanities. Scholarships are intended for students who take courses in a foreign country, supplement existing research projects or creative and civic activities. Applicants must be juniors or seniors in good academic standing. Selection will be made from application and accompanying proposal. Contact the Office of the Provost for further information.

John Francis Salvucci Scholarship

This scholarship established by Mr. & Mrs. Gene Salvucci in memory of their son, John, who graduated from Clarion with a History degree in 1981. Incoming freshmen enrolled in the Secondary Education/Social Studies program will be given first consideration with second preference given to incoming freshmen that have declared a History major. To be considered, students must have a minimum SAT score of 1100 (combined critical reading & mathematics component) and be in the upper two-fifths of his or her high school graduating class. Student records are reviewed for this scholarship upon receipt of their admissions materials; no scholarship application is required.