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State University of New York at New Paltz Scholarships

1 Hawk Drive Tuition In/Out-State: $6,470 / $16,320 Total Fall Enrollment: 7,754
New Paltz , NY 12561-2443 Books and Supplies: $1,600 Applicants Admitted: 37%
(877) 696-7411 On-campus Room and Board: $12,000 Receiving Aid of Some Type: 90% Undergraduate Application Fee: $50 Receiving Institutional Aid: 53% , $1,849 on average
Source: National Center for Education Statistics

William J. and Nancy Jean Irvine Memorial Scholarship

Scholarship Description
Recipient(s): One Amount: $1000 Class Standing: Freshman or above Established in honor of William J. (Bud) and Nancy Jean Irvine, by their daughter, Jeannie Irvine, her husband, Everton H. Henriques, and sister Dorothea M. Bailie for their love, support and dedication to family, friends and to their Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania community. William J. (Bud) Irvine served as a nurse in the United States Army during World War II. It was this exposure that caused him to develop a lifelong fascination with advances in medicine and science in general. His love of learning was infectious and impacted not only family members, but even young neighbors visiting on the front porch. On June 11, 1992, Bud died after suffering from lung problems for several years. Nancy Jean (Bailie) Irvine was a Pennsylvania farm girl with a zest for life. She married Bud immediately after the war and chose to spend her life taking care of him and her two daughters, Jeannie and Abigail. She had a kind and gentle way about her and was well loved by family and friends alike. Throughout the years, she volunteered with the Girl Scouts, “Meals on Wheels,” and served on several committees within her church. Nancy Jean admired the unselfish devotion of the people in the medical profession, particularly her oncologist and the home health care professionals. On December 24, 1994, Nancy Jean died after a successful five-year remission from leukemia. The selection and criteria process will be as follows: A. To be eligible, candidates must be accepted freshmen or continuing matriculated students, as determined annually by the SUNY New Paltz Foundation according to the needs of the University, who are majoring in nursing or chemistry at the SUNY New Paltz. B. To be considered for this scholarship, freshman applicants must have a cumulative high school average of 85 or better; continuing students must have a minimum grade point average of 2.75. Awardees must maintain a grade point average of 2.75 in their course work to continue to receive this award. C. This award is based primarily on merit, with secondary consideration given to students in financial need.
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Awardees must maintain a grade point average of 2.75 in their course work to continue to receive this endowment.

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