The Velma Taylor Wells Memorial Endowed Scholarship
The Velma Taylor Wells Memorial Endowed Scholarship provides support to outstanding
full or part time majoring is history education, enrolled in or just completed HIED
Methods (HIED 4550), have a minimun 3.5 GPA and be a Georgia resident. One student
will be selected and awarded in for fall semester and one for spring by the selection
committee. Merit based.
Glenn Hollingsworth, Jr. Memorial Scholarship - History
The Glenn Hollingsworth Jr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship provides support to outstanding
students who are pursuing a degree from the College of the Arts or the College of
Humanities and Social Sciences. Strictly Merit Based
James T. Anderson, Jr. Scholarship (College of the Arts)
The James T. Anderson Jr. Scholarship recognizes students who are pursuing a degree
with particular emphasis on American history, fine arts, or language. Financial Need
Mrs. Julian C. Lane Scholarship
This scholarship provides annual funding to full-time or part-time Junior, Senior
or Post-Graduate students who are a Georgia resident pursuing a degree in history.
Financial need based.
Dr. Gird Romer Memorial Endowed Scholarship
The Dr. Gird Romer Memorial Endowed Scholarship provides support to full-time junior
or senior students who are majoring in history and show academic promise. Strictly
Dr. Aura-Lee A. and James Hobbs Pittenger American History Scholarship
Created by the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), the Dr. Aura-Lee A. and
James Jobbs Pittenger American History Scholarship is offered to graduating high school
seniors who will pursue an undergraduate degree with a concentrated study of at least
24 credit hours in American History or American Government. In order to be eligible
for the renewable $2,000 award for up to four years, qualified candidates must maintain
a cumulative GPA of 3.25 and be enrolled full-time at any accredited U.S. institution.
Graydon A. Tunstall Undergraduate Student Scholarship
The Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society offers the Graydon A. Tunstall
Undergraduate Student Scholarship to outstanding student members entering the fall
semester of their senior year who are majoring in Modern European History from 1815
to present. In order to qualify for the $1,000 scholarship, applicants must submit
an official copy of the undergraduate transcript, a current resume, three letters
of recommendation, and a signed letter from the department chair confirming the student
is not enrolled in an online degree program
Sponsored by the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives (ALBA), the George Watt Memorial
Essay Contest is open to graduate and undergraduate U.S. students who submit a 3,500
to 7,500-word essay about any aspect of the Spanish Civil War, the global political
or cultural struggles against fascism in the 1920s and 1930s, or the contributions
of the Americans who fought in support of the Spanish Republic. Work will be judged
on the basis of originality, effectiveness of argument, and quality of research.