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Financial Aid at Husson University

Husson Need-Based Scholarships

These scholarships are awarded to financially deserving students at the discretion of the Financial Aid Director:

Andrea Karen Lockhart Scholarship

An award is made annually to a deserving male student from Massachusetts.

Delmont & Elizabeth Merrill Scholarship

An award made annually to a deserving student from Hancock County.

Betterment Fund Scholarship

Awards made annually to deserving students, preferably from Oxford County and the Western mountains of Maine.

George I. Alden Trust Scholarship

This trust, headquartered in Massachusetts, provides annual assistance to needy undergraduate students.

Col. Hazel E. Benn Scholarship

Awards made annually to financially deserving students from Aroostook County.

Leland R. Bennett Memorial Scholarship

An award made annually from the fund to an incoming adult nursing student who demonstrates financial need.

David M. and Susan A. Carlisle Endowed Scholarship Fund

Awarded to a student from northern Penobscot County, preferably from Penobscot Valley High School.

George Carlisle Scholarship

Awarded annually to a full-time student from Bangor, Maine with demonstrated financial need.

Roger Castonguay Memorial Scholarship

A $1,000 scholarship established by Fleet Bank in the memory of Roger J. Castonguay, a Husson alumnus and former president and CEO of Fleet Bank of Maine. This scholarship is awarded annually on the basis of financial need to a business or accounting major from northern Maine.

Wilfred E. Cobb Memorial Scholarship

Named in honor of a former Husson administrator, this $500 need-based scholarship is awarded annually to a student who best typifies the kind of student Bill tried to help when he was with the College. The Business Office and the Director of Financial Aid make selection jointly.

Earl R. Constantine Endowed Scholarship

Established in 2009 by Mr. Constantine, a Maine School of Commerce alumnus, this scholarship is awarded annually to a Maine student at the graduate or undergraduate level studying business.

Woodrow W. Cross Agency Scholarship

The Director of Financial Aid grants this $500 award annually to a student with financial need from Central Maine entering Husson University as an accounting or business administration major.

Raymond L. Cunliffe Memorial Scholarship

Endowed by ongoing contributions in fond remembrance of the namesake, the scholarship is directed to provide financial assistance to deserving Maine students from Aroostook County pursuing a career in Public Accounting.

Arthur D. Fuller Scholarship

An award made annually based on financial need to a full-time undergraduate student from Western Maine.

Donald Grant Scholarship

Awarded annually to a full-time Maine student with demonstrated financial need.

Katheryn Ann Hainer Memorial Scholarship

Awarded annually to a student with financial need. Preference will be given to students who are single parents.

Robert N. Haskell Scholarship

In memory of Robert N. Haskell of Bangor, Maine, Governor of the State of Maine, Bank Executive, Chairman of the Board and President of Bangor Hydro Electric Company, educator, and civic leader, this scholarship is awarded by the Director of Financial Aid on the basis of financial need to a sophomore, junior, or senior who is in a business program, is in good academic standing, and who is a resident and citizen of the State of Maine.

Key Bank Scholarship

Formerly Casco Northern Corporation Scholarship. An award made annually from the fund to a deserving Maine student.

KPMG Peat Marwick Scholarship

Awarded annually to a student from Maine who has demonstrated unmet financial need.

Edmond LeBrun Scholarship

This scholarship was established to honor a former faculty member, Ed LeBrun. It is an award made annually from the fund to an entering Hampden Academy graduate with proven financial need.

Guy A. Leonard Nursing Scholarship

A privately sponsored scholarship to assist needy Nursing students. The recipient must be in his/her first or second year.

D. Bruce MacGregor Scholarship

Awarded to a deserving male student.

Maine Yankee Scholarship

This scholarship was established to provide a financial award made annually to a student from Maine who demonstrates financial need and to honor a major corporation.

NMCC Honors Scholarship

Two $500 annual grants to students transferring from Northern Maine Community College to the junior level of a full-time, day division Husson University bachelor's degree program. The Director of NMCC makes selection of the recipients.

Peoples Heritage Savings Bank Scholarship

An award is made annually to a deserving student in the Husson/EMMC Nursing Program.

William B. Read Scholarship

An award made annually to a student from Maine or New Jersey in a business management program.

Joseph J. Snack III Memorial Scholarship

Awarded annually to a financially deserving accounting student.

Charles M. Sullivan Scholarship

To honor former faculty member Charlie Sullivan, an award is made annually to a student in the business administration program with demonstrated need and commitment to public service.

Clara Lincoln Swan Scholarship

Awarded annually during the second semester, based on need, to a non-traditional female student in the field of Business.

Walker-Perkins Scholarship Fund

The Walker-Perkins Scholarship Fund is distributed for tuition expense to one or more Maine students at Husson subject to the following requirements (1) the student be enrolled in a four-year program for the year in which the tuition grant is made (2) the student demonstrates the qualifications to benefit from the education which Husson provides; and (3) the student lacks financial resources to pay tuition at Husson. The President makes selection of the recipient. The total amount is $1,000.

G. Peirce and Florence Pitts Webber Scholarship

Awarded annually by the Financial Aid Director to a financially deserving student from the State of Maine.

Webber Oil Company Scholarship

Awarded annually by the Director of Financial Aid to a deserving sophomore, junior, or senior student with financial need.

G. Peirce Webber Nursing Scholarship

An award made annually from the fund at the discretion of the Dean of the School of Health for financial support to students in the Nurse Practitioner program who demonstrate financial need.

Lloyd Willey Canteen Service Scholarship

Awarded annually to a student with demonstrated financial need.

Alma C. Williams Scholarship

Awarded annually to an upperclass student from the towns of Clifton, Amherst, Holden, Eddington, Aurora, Great Pond, Osborn, or Dedham, with unmet financial need.

R. Leon and Alma C. Williams Scholarship

An award or awards from a fund to an entering student who is (or will be) a graduate of Brewer High School or John Bapst Memorial High School, and who is a resident of Clifton, Amherst, Aurora, Plantation #33, Osborne Plantation, Eddington or Holden. The recipient must be a deserving and needy student of good citizenship.

U&Husson Scholarship

Awarded to incoming students with combined SAT scores of 1200 or higher or Composite ACT score of 17 or higher, with an Expected Family Contribution (from the FAFSA) of less than $11,000. This scholarship is renewable for four years total eligibility with a university cumulative GPA of at least 2.5.

Husson Achievement Grant

Awarded to incoming students who are Maine residents with a combined SAT score of 1200 or higher or Composite ACT score of 17 or higher, with an Expected Family Contribution (from the FAFSA) between $2,000 - 4,000. This scholarship is renewable for four years total eligibility with a university cumulative GPA of at least 2.5.

Bell Tower Scholarship

Awarded to incoming students on a selective basis to U.S. students from outside the state of Maine, majoring in certain academic programs, and based on the availability of funds. Students must have a combined SAT scores of 1200 or higher or Composite ACT score of 17 or higher to be eligible for consideration. This scholarship is renewable for four years total eligibility with a university cumulative GPA of at least 2.5.