- American Association of University Women, Elsa P. Ware Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1987 by the Keene Chapter of the
American Association of University Women (AAUW) to provide
recognition and financial assistance to a non-traditional graduate
student at Keene State College. Preference will be given to female
students. This award is based on financial need with secondary
consideration for merit based on the student's GPA or academic
achievements. The recipients must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0.
- Stephanie H. '62 M'78 and Joseph A. Baute Scholarship Endowment
This fund was established in 2000 by Stephanie and Joseph Baute. The fund was designed to provide recognition and financial assistance to adult learners, with preference to females, who have overcome obstacles to return to school, who are enrolled at least half time, and who are planning to enroll in Elementary Education, ideally showing a strong interest in reading as an area of specialization. Matriculation is not a requirement.
- Costin Family Scholarship Endowment
In 1996 this scholarship was created with gifts from members of the Costin family in commemoration of the long-standing relationship between the family and the College. Scholarships will provide recognition and financial assistance to full-time education majors who have demonstrated academic achievement and financial need. Preference will be given to adult learner students who have overcome obstacles to return to school.
- Barbara A. and Richard N. Peterson Scholarship
This endowment is established through the generosity of Barbara A.
(Bohuslav) Peterson, Keene Teachers College (KTC) graduate of 1948 in
memory of her husband, Richard N. Peterson, KTC graduate of 1950. It
is created out of love and respect for her alma mater with the intent
to provide an enduring source of support to Keene State College
- Women's Educational Opportunity Grant
This scholarship is intended for women whose educational goals are intended to improve their opportunities for career advancement, with resultant improved economic self-sufficiency. All candidates must meet two qualifications: demonstrated financial need and declared intent to pursue a program of studies which has the potential of enhancing the candidate's employability, earning power, career mobility or potential for career advancement. This program of studies need not lead to a college degree. Preference will be given to women who are working, single heads of households.
Alphabetical Listing of restricted funds
Restricted funds by category