Expenses and Financial Assistance
College expenses and the availability of financial aid are considerations of immense
importance to both students and their parents. Ferrum endeavors to ensure that qualified
and deserving applicants are given adequate financial assistance, enabling them to
meet their educational goals. The college has an extensive program of financial aid,
including loans, scholarships, grants, and a highly successful work-study program.
Charges for students entering in the 2010-2011 academic year are listed below.
New students are required to make a $200 confirmation deposit within thirty (30) days
of acceptance (refundable until May 1).
Returning students must indicate their intention of enrolling for the next academic
year by remitting a confirmation deposit of $200 prior to March 15 (refundable until
New students are required to make a $200 confirmation deposit within thirty (30) days
of acceptance (non-refundable).
Note: Financial aid will not cover confirmation deposits.
|Room/Board* (Average Rate)
|Total Per Year*
Students are billed prior to the beginning of each semester.
Payment in full for the first semester is due by August 1, 2010.
Payment in full for the second semester is due by December 15, 2010.
*Room and Board fees range from $7,830 - $9,210 per academic year. Payment due and
total for year is dependent on housing option selected.
One to six hours: $500 per credit hour
Seven to eleven hours: $690 per credit hour
Special Instructional Fees (In addition to tuition*)
|Field Placement Fees – Education Courses
| 300-level (6 credit hours or less)
| 300-level (more than 6 credit hours)
| Student Teaching Fee
|Course Overload (per credit hour over 19 hours)
|Studio Art Fees (depending on the course)
|Science Lab Fees (depending on the course)
||Up to $25
|Private Music/Dance Lessons
| One credit hour
| Two-three credit hours
|No one may take more than 3 credits of private lessons per semester.
|Independent Study (per credit hour, in addition to tuition)
|Audit Fee (per credit hour)
|Internship (if not enrolled in other classes)
||$165 per credit hour ($825 minimum)
|Credit by Examination Fee
|Car Registration (for Day Students only)
|Replacement of ID Cards
|Room Key Replacement or Mailbox Key Replacement
|Pre-Registration and Assessment Weekend in the Summer (PAWS) for Student and 2 Family
Members ($20 for each additional Guests)
|Transcripts – academic
|Health Insurance (can be waived with proper form submitted by Aug. 30, 2010)
|Major Events Fee
|Late Check-In fee
The college reserves the right to make necessary adjustments in the fees at any time.
Textbooks and student supplies are sold through the College Bookstore. The annual
estimated cost for these items is $800.
Ferrum College has partnered with Tuition Management Systems to offer a monthly payment
plan. Whether you can pay in full or need help, we highly recommend you consider
paying your education expenses monthly by using the Interest-Free Monthly Payment
Option offered by Tuition Management Systems. The payment plan is available for a
small enrollment fee and includes personal account service and counseling and 24-hour
access to your account through their web site www.afford.com or by calling 1-800-365-8329.
Partial or full payments may be made at any time through Tuition Management Systems.
Convenient payment options include ACH, Check, Phone Pay, Credit Card, Wire, and E-Payment.
A minimum fee will be charged for this service. The Tuition Management Systems payment
plan may not be available for those students that have defaulted on plans for the
past two semesters.
No student may take more than 19 hours of credit per semester without the approval
of the Provost of the College. If such approval is granted, the student will be charged
$500 per semester hour for all course work in excess of 19 hours.
All returning students must indicate their intention of enrolling for the next academic
year by remitting a confirmation deposit of $200 prior to March 15.
Payment of Tuition, General Fees, Room and Board
Students are billed prior to the beginning of each semester for tuition, general fees,
and room and board. Student accounts, after adjustments for Financial Aid, are required
to be paid in full prior to the student attending classes, or participating in other
college activities. (Exceptions: See the Monthly Payment Plan on the previous page.)
For payments other than cash or credit cards, Ferrum College reserves the right to
withhold services including, but not limited to, transcripts, grades and diplomas
until method of payment has successfully been processed through all financial institutions.
Any unpaid balances after September 1 may be subject to a finance charge.
All inquiries concerning financial aid and student loans should be made to the Financial
Aid Office in advance. Prompt return of accurate and complete information will prevent
delays in financial aid processing.
In order to avoid a delay in receiving academic information, all costs and charges
must be paid in full prior to the student leaving college due to graduation, transfer,
or any other reason. Any student who has an account balance will not receive a transcript,
certificate, diploma, or any other academic information. Furthermore, should formal
collection become necessary to collect past due accounts, an additional 50% of the
unpaid balance will be assessed by the collection agency for expenses incurred in
the collection process.
Institutional Withdrawal Policy (Also applies to moving off campus during the semester)
Students who withdraw will be charged for tuition, room and board, based on the following
|During the first week of the semester
|During the second week of the semester
|During the third week of the semester
|During the fourth week of the semester
In situations involving suspension or expulsion of a student, the following policy
will be followed:
|During the first week of the semester
|During the second week of the semester
|During the third week of the semester
|During the fourth week of the semester
The above scale does not apply to fees. Fees are charged at 100%. After four weeks
of any semester, no adjustments to any charges will be given.
Remaining credit balances (after withdrawal adjustments) will be subjected to federal
student refund calculations. Title IV aid recipients will have their financial aid
pro-rated if they withdraw within the first 60% of the semester. Withdrawing students
who receive financial aid may have their aid adjusted to reimburse grant and loan
Contact AWG DEWAR, Inc. at 781-380-8770 or www.tuitionrefundplan.com for information about illness or accident tuition refund insurance.
Return of Title IV Funds Policy (Federal Withdrawal Policy)
When a student withdraws from coursework before 60% of the semester is completed (regardless of the reason for withdrawal), a Title IV refund is required by federal law.
Title IV refund refers to all Title IV Federal funds such as Pell Grants, SEOG Grants,
ACG, SMART Grants and TEACH Grants, Perkins Loans, Stafford Loans (Subsidized and
Unsubsidized), and PLUS loans. Ferrum College funds (Merit Grants, FC Grants, Endowments,
etc) will also be prorated based on the Federal Refund Policy.
For example, if a student withdraws on day 30 of a semester that is 104 days in length,
they essentially would be eligible for 28.8% of any Title IV aid received. (30/104=28.8%).
This percentage is the amount of Title IV aid “earned” by the student.
Assume that the student received an award of $2365 Pell Grant, $250 SEOG, $3500 Ferrum
Grant, $750 Perkins, and $1723.50 in Subsidized Stafford Loan for a total of $8588.50
(both Federal and Institutional funds) for their semester.
|Total Federal Funds
|multiplied by percentage earned
|Federal Funds Earned to Date
Additionally, Ferrum College funds are also subject to this policy.
|Ferrum College Funds
|Multiplied by percentage earned
|Ferrum Funds Earned to Date
Essentially the institution would be required to refund $3623.01 of the students Title
IV federal aid and $2492 of the Ferrum College funds since this portion is considered
“unearned” by the student. The student would then be responsible for payment of these
funds and any other outstanding balance to Ferrum College after the adjustments have
Only aid that is final and disbursed is eligible to be included in the total Title
IV and Ferrum Grant aid figure. (i.e. if a student fails to sign a promissory note
and their Stafford Loan has not yet been disbursed, the student may no longer be eligible
for those funds).
Students are responsible for any balance remaining on their Student Account due to
the Return of Title IV funds and any previous balance they may have had.
A student who earns a grade of “F” or “I” in all classes at the end of the semester
is also subject to the Return of Title IV policy. Professors will be e-mailed to
verify the last date of attendance in class and the withdrawal calculation will be
completed based on the professor’s certification of the last day the student attended
Note: If a student withdraws before census date (last day to drop a class without
penalty) they will lose eligibility for state aid such as the Virginia Tuition Assistance
Grant (VTAG), College Scholarship Assistance program (CSAP), and Higher Education
Teacher Assistance Program (HETAP).
Ferrum makes every effort to provide financial aid consistent with individual and
family ability to meet college expenses. A comprehensive assistance program, including
campus jobs, scholarships, grants, and loans, is available. The majority of Ferrum’s
financial aid programs are awarded to students based on financial need (in combination
with other factors such as academic achievement) as determined by the results of the
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Award programs which are not based
on need include the Virginia Tuition Assistant Grant, Ferrum College Merit Grants
and Scholarships, and alternative educational loans available through lending institutions.
Financial Aid Application Procedure
- New students will automatically receive aid information from the Ferrum College Admissions
Office; returning students should receive PIN numbers from the federal government.
- The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be completed after January
1 of each year. Priority deadline for receipt of the FAFSA results is March 1 for
new students and April 1 for returning students. (Please allow 4 weeks for processing
by the servicer.) Students whose forms are received after the priority deadline will
still be considered for financial aid. However, self-help (loans or work) may constitute
a larger portion of the aid “package” and/or the student may receive less total aid.
- If a student is chosen for verification of income information, appropriate documentation
must be provided to Ferrum’s Financial Aid Office before financial aid is disbursed
or made final.
- The Financial Aid staff will develop a financial aid package which may be composed
of gift aid (grants, scholarships) and/or self-help aid (work-study, loans). The
student is notified of his or her financial assistance in a letter.
- New aid applications must be completed for each academic year. In order to receive
financial assistance, students must be enrolled at Ferrum College and must be making
satisfactory academic progress (see Academic Policies section).
- There may be some instances when a student’s financial aid award must be adjusted.
New students will receive a revised award letter. Returning students will be notified
electronically through email.
- Financial aid is usually disbursed in 50% increments, i.e. 50% in the fall term and
50% in the spring term.
The following programs are sources of gift assistance. They do not require repayment.
Tuition Assistance Grant (TAG)
Virginia residents who plan to attend Ferrum College will be eligible for a grant
from the Commonwealth of Virginia which is not based on financial need. The program
was established to assist Virginia’s private colleges in reducing the tuition gap
between private and public in-state colleges. The grant amount is determined by the
General Assembly. For the academic year 2010-2011, the estimated grant amount is
$2,600. Applications are available from the college in the spring of each year.
The completed application must be returned to the Financial Aid Office by July 31.
Late TAG applications may be submitted, but awards for late applicants are contingent
on available funds remaining after the July 31 applicants are funded. Students may
receive TAG funds for a maximum of eight semesters (undergraduate).
College Scholarship Assistance Program (CSAP)
The CSAP is a need-based program which is funded by the Commonwealth of Virginia and
the federal government. Residents who complete the FAFSA and a TAG application and
have financial need are automatically considered for an award from this program.
Federal Pell Grant
Pell is a federal aid program which provides grants to high need students. Students
apply by submitting the FAFSA. The maximum Pell Grant award for 2010-2011 is $5,550.
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
The FSEOG was also established under the federal aid programs. By completing the
FAFSA each student with exceptional financial need is automatically considered for
an award. Priority is given to Federal Pell Grant recipients.
Numerous endowed scholarships are available to students who demonstrate financial
need. A complete listing of these scholarships appears at the end of this section.
Endowed scholarships may be used to replace the Ferrum Grant during the academic year.
There are no additional applications for endowed scholarships.
Praise and Worship Team Scholarships
This scholarship is offered to eight students per year who are interested in singing
and/or playing contemporary Christian music. The recipients of this scholarship will
receive a $1,600 award in exchange for their participation in weekly chapel services,
required rehearsals, and other public relations obligations. An in-person or videotaped
audition is required and can be arranged through the Dean of the Chapel’s office.
This scholarship is renewable annually if the recipient maintains a 2.5 G.P.A. and
fulfills all other requirements of the scholarship.
The college offers academic scholarships based upon scholastic achievement for entering
students. Only full-time students are eligible for academic scholarships. Students
who are eligible for more than one scholarship or tuition scholarship, such as Tuition
Exchange or staff benefit scholarships receive only the higher award.
Ferrum College Scholarships and Merit Grants
Entering freshmen and transfers seeking their first bachelor’s degree are eligible
for Ferrum Merit Grants ranging of $2,500 to $17,000. To be eligible, students must
complete an admissions application and be accepted for admission. Students must have
a GPA of 2.0 or higher (on a 4.0 scale) and a minimum combined SAT score of at least
1080 on the three-part test. Amounts will vary, depending upon the above criteria,
as well as resident/commuter status and transfer credits. Awards are renewable assuming
students maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress.
All students who complete the FAFSA and are eligible for need-based aid are considered
for a work-study position. Approximately 550 students participate in the work-study
program each year, working approximately 6-15 hours per week in areas as diverse as
faculty and administrative offices, the library, science labs, and maintenance shops.
Funds are provided by the Federal Work Study Program (FWS) and various college programs.
Federal Work Study funds are paid directly to the student for hours completed.
Loan funds borrowed from the following programs are to be repaid according to the
guidelines established in the federal regulations. By accepting a loan, the student
has a legal responsibility to repay the loan amount as instructed in the promissory
note. In fulfilling this obligation, the student establishes an early credit reference.
Federal Perkins Loans
The Perkins Loan is a low interest federal loan. By completing the FAFSA, students
with exceptional need are automatically considered for the Perkins Loan. Funds are
borrowed at a five percent interest rate with repayment commencing nine months after
the student ceases college enrollment. Repayment can be postponed or cancelled according
to provisions listed on the promissory note. A Master Promissory Note and Entrance
Counseling session are required before funds are eligible to for disbursement. The
Promissory Note details the terms and conditions of the student loan and entrance
counseling informs student borrowers of his/her rights and responsibilities in regards
to borrowing through the Perkins Loan program.
Total repayment time for the aggregate loan amount ranges up to ten years. Each student
with a Perkins Loan must complete an “Exit Interview” at Ferrum prior to graduation
or withdrawal from the college in order for an academic transcript to be released
to employers or other educational institutions. Those students placed on academic
suspension and who are readmitted during the appeals procedure will also need to submit
a letter of appeal to the Financial Aid Office.
Federal Stafford Loans
Stafford Loans are available at a fixed interest rate as determined by higher education
legislation. A student with financial need as determined by the FAFSA can apply for
the subsidized Stafford Loan. Interest does not accrue until graduation, and loan
repayment is deferred during college enrollment. A student without financial need
(also determined by the FAFSA) can apply for the unsubsidized Stafford Loan, but the
interest accrues during college enrollment. Repayment commences six months after
the student leaves school or drops to less than half-time. Students must complete
a Stafford Loan Master Promissory Note and Stafford Loan Entrance Counseling as first
time borrowers to apply for the Stafford Loan. Returning students who have borrowed
previously do not need to complete any additional loan information unless they wish
to change their Stafford Loan Lender. Students who wish to decline all or a portion
of their Stafford Loan should contact the Financial Aid office by phone, e-mail, or
written notification. Each student will be informed of his/her rights and responsibilities
through the entrance counseling session.
PLUS is a federal loan program designed to assist parents of dependent undergraduate
students. Parents must provide documentation which verifies the dependency status
of the student. A credit check is required. The interest rate is capped at nine
percent. Repayment commences within sixty days after the loan funds are disbursed.
Loan eligibility is determined by subtracting the student’s expected financial aid
from the total estimated cost of attending Ferrum. PLUS applications are available
in the Financial Aid Office. The student must maintain satisfactory academic progress
in order for the parent to be eligible to obtain a PLUS loan.
Alternative Loans for Parents and Students
In addition to federal loans, financing options are available through banks and other
educational lending institutions. These options include both long and short-term
loans, payment plans, and educational lines of credit; they are designed to assist
students and their families who either are not eligible for federal grand and loan
funds or who need additional educational financing. Most alternative loans require
that the borrower/cosigner demonstrate credit-worthiness. Students are encouraged
to read Ferrum College’s Code of Conduct policy online at www.ferrum.edu/financialaid/SPP/.
United Methodist Aid Programs
United Methodist students are encouraged to apply for assistance from The United Methodist
Church programs which are described below. Applications for all programs are available
in the Financial Aid Office.
United Methodist Scholarships
Ferrum nominates qualified applicants annually for the United Methodist Scholarships
available through the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry in Nashville,
Tennessee. Financial need, superior grades, and local church membership are factors
in selection. A FAFSA must be filed to determine eligibility. Scholarships, available
to four or five students each year, range from $500 to $1,000. Nominations end on
United Methodist Foundation Scholars Program
The purpose of the scholars program is to value-centered education in a Christian
context in United Methodist-related institutions through scholarship assistance to
United Methodist students. This program provides four (4) $1,000 scholarships at
each United Methodist-related pre-collegiate school and four-year college or university.
One scholarship is earmarked for an entering first-year college student, one for a
second-year college student, one for a third-year college student, and one for a rising
college senior. Nominations end on June 1.
Other United Methodist Programs
Many other United Methodist programs are available. Ferrum College participates in
the Triple and Double Your Dollar for Scholars Programs, as well as the United Methodist
Leadership Scholars Program. United Methodist scholarship information is available
online at www.gbhem.org or www.umhef.org. Students may be limited to one United Methodist program per year.
United Methodist Student Loans
Low interest student loans (6% interest) are available through the United Methodist
Church Office of Loans and Scholarships in Nashville, Tennessee. Need is a factor,
as are grades, church membership, and U.S. citizenship. The maximum annual loan is
$5,000. Loan applications are available from the Financial Aid Office or can be requested
from the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry at www.gbhem.org.
Endowed Scholarships, Work Program and Loan Funds
The college has established numerous endowed scholarships through donations from friends.
A partial list of these funds may be found on the following pages. Most grants are
made based on financial need as determined by the results of the FAFSA and on qualifications
particular to the individual scholarships. Accepted students who have submitted a
FAFSA will be automatically considered for these scholarships and will be notified
if additional information is needed.
Archie Everett and Eugenia Long Acey Scholarship Fund
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Adams Endowed Scholarship Fund
Ruth McKenry Ainsley Memorial Scholarship
Elizabeth Hite Anderson Memorial Scholarship Fund
Annandale United Methodist Women Endowed Scholarship
Ruth and Alex Armour Scholarship Fund
W. Barney Arthur Endowed Scholarship Fund
Astin Endowment for Christian Ministries
William B. Bales Scholarship
Richard ’26 and Margaret Barbour Performing Arts Endowed Scholarship
Barton Heights United Methodist Church Scholarship Fund
J. E. Bassett Endowed Scholarship
BB&T of Virginia-Roanoke Valley Region Endowed Scholarship
Frederick Beazley Scholars Endowment
Benjamin M. Beckham Endowed Scholarship
Nannie Barrow Beckham Endowed Scholarship
Flora East Spencer Boone Scholarship
Harry E. Born Scholarship
Lillian Rangeley Lanier Bowles Endowed Scholarship
Charles T. Boyd ’30 and Mary Lou Bond Endowed Memorial Scholarship
George H. Boyd ’32 and Mildred W. Boyd Scholarship Fund
Walter Y. Boyd ’49 and Mary Louise H. Boyd Endowed Scholarship
Walter Y. and Helen Elizabeth Boyd Endowed Scholarship
J. Marvin Brammer Endowed Scholarship
Charles E. Brauer, Jr. Scholarship Fund
General James Breckinridge Chapter NSDAR Endowed Scholarship
Wavie Roberson Brinkmann Endowed Scholarship
Charles Robert Brogan Endowed Scholarship
Virginia Grace Brogan Endowed Scholarship
Fae H. Brown Scholarship
Mary Evelyn Bryant Scholarship
Betty Jackson Burrows Endowed Scholarship
J. Lawson Cabaniss Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund
Carilion Health System Endowed Scholarship
Sylvanus and Virgie Carter Family Memorial Scholarship
Worth Harris Carter, Jr. and Katherine S. Carter Scholarship Fund
Kirk Douglas Cash Memorial Scholarship
Central Virginia Scholarship
John F. Chapman ’22 Memorial Scholarship
Oscar Chapman Work-Study Fund
Tom and Maggie Chilton Scholarship Fund
Mark Douglas Clapp ’76 Memorial Endowed Scholarship
Mary Hoyle Clark Scholarship
Pauline Yates Clark ’41 Endowed Scholarship
Walter H., Lina L. and Walter H. Clark, Jr., Scholarship Fund
Class of 1949 Endowed Scholarship
Selona Helms and Fred Clifton Work Program Scholarship Endowment
Olin R. and Patricia O. Compton Endowed Scholarship
Harold W. Conant Endowed Memorial Scholarship
Ralph W. Corn ’31 Endowed Scholarship Fund
Lolene H. Corron Endowed Scholarship
Grayce Dodd Cosby Scholarship Fund
Court Street United Methodist Church of Lynchburg Scholarship
Jean F. Craig Endowed Scholarship
Bruce Eric Cramer Scholarship
Mark S. Creech ’74 Scholarship
Henry W. and Ruby Sherwood Crenshaw Scholarship
Joseph Lovick Crenshaw, Sr., Memorial Scholarship
John F. Crigler Memorial Scholarship
Carl E. and Marcy J. Crimm Scholarship
Daniel Scholarship Fund
Danville District Laity Scholarship
Danville/Pittsylvania Business Scholarship
James A. Davis Endowed Scholarship
Nathaniel H. Davis Scholarship Fund
Derby Family Scholarship
Roberta Gardner Drinkard Endowed Scholarship
Jessie Ball duPont Endowed Scholarship Fund
Evelyn Dwyer Endowed Scholarship Fund
D. Frederick Dyer Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund
Andrew Horsley and Anne Owen Easley Scholarship Fund
Austin Luther Evans Scholarship
Elsie Brogan Evans Scholarship
Faculty/Staff Work-Study Endowment
Ferrum College Endowment for Christian Ministries
Ferrum College Minority Endowed Scholarship
William Leland Finney Memorial Scholarship
First United Methodist Church, Martinsville Scholarship
Stanley O. Forbes, Sr., Endowed Scholarship
Fort Hill United Methodist Church Scholarship
Franklin County Scholarships
Clarence E. Fries Memorial Fund
Albert and Connie Gingrich Scholarship
Helen S. Gleason Scholarship
Golden Panthers Endowed Scholarship (Formerly 50-Year Club Endowed Scholarship)
K. Edward Goode ‘46 and Reva E. Goode ‘46 Scholarship
Reverend M.G. and Thelma Goodpasture Endowed Scholarship
Grand Master’s Scholarship of the Grand Lodge of Virginia
Greater Hampton Roads Endowed Scholarship
Lillian Frances Griffith Memorial Scholarship
Vilrie E. Griffith ’41 Scholarship
Mattie H. and Irving M. Groves, Sr. Memorial Scholarship
H.L. Harris Memorial Fund
Paul L. Harris ’65 and Susan Lee Harris Endowed Scholarship
Randy Harris Memorial Student Endowed Scholarship
Mary Frances Rogers Hartz Scholarship
William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship Fund for Minority Students
James M. and Martha E. Hesser Endowed Scholarship
Hillsdale Fund, Inc. Learning Plus Endowed Scholarship Fund
Kitty Sue and Clyde Hooker Endowed Scholarship
Grant Hudson Memorial Fund for Men’s Basketball
Kyle Hudson Memorial Scholarship
John Kemper and Lelia Angle Hurt Endowed Scholarship
John L. Hurt, Jr., Memorial Scholarship
J. Wesley Inge Endowed Scholarship
Wiley N. Jackson Scholarship Fund
Thomas Roy & Virginia Quarles Jarrett Scholarship
Dr. Richard L. Jasse Endowed Scholarship Fund
Thelma and Charles Jennings Endowed Scholarship
Ruby Lawson Jones Memorial Scholarship
Rose M. and Robert L. Kent Scholarship
Rev. George Thomas Kesler Scholarship Fund
Virginia Wheat Key Memorial Scholarship
Isabelle H. and Irving B. Kline Endowed Scholarship
Lamberth Endowed Scholarship
Lane Memorial United Methodist Church Scholarship
Dorothy Hill Lewis Endowed Scholarship
Jeanne and Jody Lewis Scholarship
Myrtle G. Linkous Endowed Scholarship
Lorinda G. Lionberger Leadership Scholarship Fund
C. Wayne Loree Memorial Endowed Scholarship
Douglas F. Love ’22 Memorial Scholarship
Mabel J. Lowry Endowed Scholarship
Thelma and A. Tracy Loyd Music Scholarship Fund
Albert W. and Marilaura W. Lynch Scholarship
Anne Fruit Mann Endowed Scholarship
Martinsville-Henry County Scholarship
Aubrey and Sissy Mason Scholarship
George and Mary Hodges Mattox Endowed Scholarship
William R. ’24 and Eunice Hoyle ’28 Mattox Endowed Scholarship
Michael Stephen May ’92 Endowed Scholarship
The Ray Elwood McAlexander ’52 Endowed Memorial Scholarship
Mr. and Mrs. John A. McKenry Memorial Scholarship Fund
Wilma Brogan McPherson Scholarship
Charles G. Menefee ’42 and Mary H. Menefee Endowed Scholarship
Rev. William A. Moon, Jr. and Mrs. Wise J. Moon Endowment for Christian Ministries
Anna Fowler Moore and Robert Harless Moore Endowment and Scholarship Fund (An outside trust established by the will of the late
R. Stuart Moore)
Melvin C. Moss Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund
Raymond E. and Louise McDaniel Musser Scholarship
W.W. Naff. Jr./Rotary Club of Rocky Mount Endowed Scholarship
Guy W. Nolen Endowed Work Scholarship
Arthur S. Owens Scholarship
Patrick County Alumni Scholarship
Louise Virginia Pedigo ’20 Memorial Endowed Scholarship
Fannie Walton Peery Memorial Scholarship Fund
Richard F. Pence Memorial Scholarship
Greg Perdue Endowed Memorial Scholarship
J. Randolph Perdue, M.D., Scholarship
Mary Virginia Pharr ’93 Endowed Scholarship
Mary C. and Robert T. Pickett, Jr., Endowed Scholarship
Powell Endowment for Philosophy Scholarship
Roy H. Price Endowed Scholarship
J. L. and Helen B. Racey Scholarship
Curtiss Lee Ramsey ’29 Endowed Scholarship
Stanley Reeves Scholarship
William A. and Ethel Noell Reid Endowed Scholarship Fund
Dorothy B. Rich Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund
Emma May Ridgeway Endowed Scholarship
J. J. Riggs Scholarship
Branch King Rives Scholarship
Ollie Hudgins and Arthur Parke Roach Endowed Scholarship
Roanoke Electric Steel Scholarship
Roanoke Valley Scholarship
Rockydale Quarries Corporation Scholarship
Joanna Marie Rogers Memorial Scholarship
Sasha Saari Endowment for the Humanities
Marguerite R. Sadler Scholarship Fund
Wyness Tate Saenger English Scholarship
William Whidbee Sale & Virginia B. Sale Scholarship
Sara Lee Knit Products Scholarship
Charlotte E. Seegars Endowed Scholarship
Clyde R. Seeley Scholarship Fund
William Irving Sharp Endowed Scholarship
Edith C. Sheridan Scholarship
Carl B. Short Memorial Scholarship
Nellie Corn Simms ’26 Endowed Scholarship
Paul and Eula Rakes Simms Memorial Scholarship
Earl G. “Bud” Skeens, Jr. Endowed Memorial Scholarship
Robert B. Skinnell and Georgia W. Skinnell Endowed Scholarship
Lillie Warwick Slaven Award
Raymond H. and Elva Bowling Sloan Endowed Scholarship
Smith Family Endowed Scholarship
Minnie B. Smith Scholarship
Myrtle King Smith Endowment Fund
Belle Young Sommardahl Scholarship
South Roanoke United Methodist Church Scholarship
Thomas W. and Nettie N. Southgate Scholarship
Oscar H. Spencer Memorial Scholarship
Roy C. Stone ’22 Endowed Memorial Scholarship
The Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation Endowed Scholarship Fund
Adeline Sunday Scholarship
Ruth P. Sutherland Endowed Scholarship
Martha Lois Harris Swann ’28 and Harvey K. Swann ’28 Endowed Scholarship
T. Edward Temple Scholarship
Charles W. Thomas Endowed Scholarship Fund
Titmus Agriculture Endowed Scholarship Fund
T. Brook Treakle III Scholarship
United Methodist Women Endowed Scholarship
Virginia Collegium Scholars Endowment
Virginia Conference Endowed Scholarship
Wachovia Bank, N.A., Scholarship
Robert W. Walker Scholarship
Stuart Pannill Ward Scholarship
Raymond A. Warlick, Jr., Scholarship
Bobby Watson Endowed Scholarship
Avis Bassett Weaver Scholarship
Minnie A. Webb Memorial Scholarship Fund
Edward C. West Memorial Scholarship
Nina and Vincent Wheeler Endowed Scholarship
James R. Wilkins, Sr., Scholarship Fund
David A. Williams and Richard Lee Polk Endowed Memorial Scholarship
Forrest S. and Jean B. Williams Scholarship
Dr. J. M. Williams Endowed Scholarship
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Wilson Endowed Scholarship
Grace Taylor Wiltshire Endowed Scholarship
E. Bryan and Ruth S. Wright Scholarship
Lorena George and Wasena Franklin Wright, Sr., Endowed Scholarship
Board of Trustees 2009-2010
Mr. Samuel L. Lionberger, Jr., Chair, Penhook
Mr. Peter Clements ’77, First Vice Chair, Carson
Mrs. Addie Lee E. Haynes, Second Vice Chair, Topping
Rev. Margaret A. Turbyfill, Secretary, Ashland
Mrs. Darlene V. Amon, Suffolk
Mr. Walter Ayers, Stuart
Dr. Nathaniel L. Bishop, Roanoke
Mrs. Nancy S. Cross ’69, Mechanicsburg
Mrs. Thelma B. Crowder, South Boston
Mrs. Elizabeth B. Dickerson, Richmond
Mr. Kenneth G. Gassman, Glen Allen
Mrs. Elizabeth T. Greer, Rocky Mount
Dr. Elizabeth Hairfield, Staunton
Dr. E. Wayne Harris, Roanoke
Mr. S. Kelly Herrick ’84, Danville, CA
Mr. Walter K. Hughes, Jr., Union Hall
Rev. Dr. Stephen C. Hundley, Roanoke
Bishop Charlene P. Kammerer, Glen Allen
Mr. Albert Latimer ’77, Apopka, FL
Dr. Esther Mabry, Waynesboro
Mr. Aubrey Lee Mason ‘70, Lynchburg
Mr. Judson P. Mason ‘67, Montclair
Mrs. Peggy A. Oakes, Dry Fork
Mr. Danny M. Perdue ’66, Rocky Mount
Mr. Craig L. Rascoe ’74, Manakin Sabot
Rev. Amos S. Rideout, Jr. ’62, Stony Creek
Mr. Robert Todd ‘67, Williamsburg
Rev. Bruce D. Tuttle, Martinsville
Dr. Betty G. Whitehurst, Virginia Beach
Mr. Ron Willard, Sr., Wirtz
Mr. Joel Lee Wilson ‘81, Mt. Holly
Mr. William B. Bales, Williamsburg
Mrs. Ethel Wolfe Born, Salem
Mr. Robert A. Cox, Jr., Richmond
Mrs. Ethelyne Fulcher Daniel ’43, Danville
Mr. Horace G. Dyer, Martinsville
Mr. Preston T. Holmes, Chester
Mr. C. Henry Jones, Norfolk
Mr. Sid D. Mason, Rocky Mount
Dr. M. Douglas Newman ’42, Newport News