CHS Undergraduate Scholarships
Online applications for the College of Human Sciences Scholarships are available ONLY during the first part of the Spring Semester for awards that are to be distributed the following academic year. Recipients must be enrolled in the term(s) that the monies will be disbursed. Not all scholarships listed below may be offered; availability of awards will be determined on an annual basis.
Available Undergraduate Scholarships
Marion S. Barclay Scholarship (Women in an Upper Division CHS Degree Program)
Preference is given first to female students who are residents of Hillsborough County, Florida, if such female(s) qualify. If not, then deserving females of other Florida locations may be selected. The awarding of the scholarship shall be based on need and on academic ability. The recipient is to be a female who is in an upper division program leading to a Bachelors Degree in Human Sciences.
Adelein A. Burney Scholarship
Must be an undergraduate student in the College of Human Sciences and have a 2.0 grade point average or better.
Hallie Deaton Choate Scholarship
Be a full-time student in good academic standing. Be either an undergraduate or graduate student in the College of Human Sciences. If a transfer, must have completed two semesters as a full-time student at Florida State University. If from Basic Studies, must have completed one term as an upper level student. Provide evidence of merit and need.
Cora & Ross Evans Scholarship
The recipient of this award must be either an undergraduate or graduate student majoring in the College of Human Sciences. Preference will be given to students who are currently, or planning to, work with at-risk families and/or aspire to teach. Provide a specific description of your work with at-risk families and/or aspirations to teach in a one-page typed summary.
Hortense M. Glenn Scholarship
Must be a senior, show demonstrated dedication to academics and the College of Human Sciences.
Eunice Grady Scholarship
Be an undergraduate student and have maintained a 3.0 GPA for the two preceding semesters. Be recommended in writing by faculty from at least two departments within the College of Human Sciences. Have goals for a professional career in one of the major areas of Human Sciences.
Norejane Hendrickson Award
Be an undergraduate student in the College of Human Sciences. Have a 3.5 grade point average or better. Be active in student leadership, preferably within the College of Human Sciences, or elsewhere in the university. Has made application to a Master's degree program in Human Sciences at The Florida State University. Recipient will receive the award once he/she is enrolled in a graduate program in the College of Human Sciences.
Etta Joel Award
This award is designated for an outstanding female Human Sciences major who is either a junior or a senior. To qualify, the student must show scholastic aptitude; demonstrate personal qualities of respect and leadership; show dependability, initiative, cooperativeness, open-mindedness; and the ability to make and carry out plans as well as to make sound decisions.
Costa and Emma Kittles Scholarship
Be a black African-American student. Have completed at least one semester of study in the College. Have a GPA of 2.25 or above. Demonstrate a need for financial assistance. Demonstrate potential for successful completion of the undergraduate/graduate degree pursued.
Elsie Thomas Miller Scholarship
This award is designated for an outstanding Human Sciences major. To qualify, the student must be a full-time student; be an undergraduate (junior or senior) or a graduate student, majoring in Family and Child Sciences, Family Relations, or Nutrition; show evidence of academic ability; and show evidence of financial need.
This scholarship is awarded on an alternate basis annually between an undergraduate and graduate student. Students, who must have been enrolled for at least one semester and have maintained a 3.5 grade point average for initial award and a minimum 3.25 grade point average in the renewing year, may be in any degree program in the College of Human Sciences (not including Interdivisional Programs). Students must submit a 1-2 page typed statement regarding their professional goals, focusing on how their degree will help them to reach these goals.
Genevieve Thomas Scholarship
For African-American students. Have declared a major in the College of Human Sciences. Have completed at lease one semester of study in the College.
Anne Buis Fund
Student must be an undergraduate (junior or senior status) in the College of Human Sciences. Preference will be given to a student who has a parent who is a K-12 public school teacher in Florida.