- Dr. Lila C. Murphy '52 Women and Leadership Lecture Series
The subject matter for this lecture series shall be Women and Leadership. Dr. Lila Murphy received her bachelor's and master's degrees from Keene State College and worked for the New Hampshire Department of Education for 15 years. She was an active member of the KSC Alumni Association, participated frequently in Reunion and Golden Circle events and was the 1972 recipient of the KSC Alumni Achievement Award. She had a distinguished career as professor and chairwoman of the Department of Individual and Family Studies at the University of Delaware, where she was responsible for the creation of the first Ph.D. program in the school's history. Her teaching and research focused on women and leadership and she was a lifelong advocate for students wherever she taught.
- Kiwanis Club of Keene Circle K Scholarship
Consideration will be given to students who have completed their freshman year, have a minimum of 2.5 GPA, display outstanding citizenship and are actively involved in Circle-K activities at Keene State College for at least one year
- LeVine Mellion Parent of the Year Award Endowment
In 1982, three KSC graduates, Bruce, Paul and Joan LeVine Mellion, along with their brother Dan, established the LeVine Mellion Parents Award to honor their parents, Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert LeVine Mellion in appreciation of their parents' love, encouragement, and commitment towards their children's education. This award is presented annually to selected parents of students with disabilities or who participate in the ASPIRE program or equivalent at KSC.
- Matthew T. Paul Resident Assistant Memorial Award Endowment
The Matthew T. Paul Resident Assistance Memorial Endowed Award was established in 2005 by Matt's parents, Robin and Terry Paul to honor Matt and recognize his commitment to Keene State College and, in particular, the role of Resident Assistant. Matt highly valued his involvement in student activities at Keene State, which included Student Government, Amnesty International , Alternative Spring Break, the Judicial Review Committee, the Academic Review Board and Residence Life. The purpose of this award shall provide financial assistance to a Resident Assistant or Administrative Resident who demonstrates exemplary leadership through his / her involvement in student activities.
- Hollis B. Robbins '50 Memorial Award Endowment
This endowment was created by the friends and family of Hollis B. Robbins, a Keene State College graduate of the class of 1950. In tribute to Hollis, this award is to provide recognition and financial assistance to Keene State College students. Consideration for this award shall be given to students who attended Kennett High School in Conway, N.H., for four years and who participated in at least two extra-curricular activities while there.
- Tyler John Smith Memorial Scholarship Endowment
This scholarship has been created to remember the life of Tyler John Smith, Class of 2013, and his deep connections to Keene State College. As a Keene State College sophomore, Tyler quickly and deeply planted firm roots within the L.P. Young Student Center and Student Involvement programs. Tyler made the most of his time on campus, serving in an executive board position on the Social Activities Council board and working as a motivated member of the student staff within the Student Center. Tyler was engaging, enthusiastic and incredibly outgoing, easily making strong connections with students and staff alike. Tyler's volunteering and work positions were the perfect match for his own gregarious personality, as he was known as the gatherer of family and friends. He was as big in stature as he was in personality - "the Big Friendly Giant." This scholarship is established to provide recognition to a deserving student who will lead by example to promote student involvement, encourage positive peer interactions and give back to the campus community. This award will ensure that Tyler's easy laugh, warm smile, and generous personality will never be forgotten.
Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to a student who meets the following criteria: a full-time student at KSC; has financial need; a resident of New Hampshire; a minimum GPA of 3.0; a rising sophomore, junior, or senior; and an active member of the Social Activities Council. Additional consideration shall be given to the student who is actively involved in campus life and L.P. Young Student Center programs or employment. Recipients shall be selected by a committee of student peers, designated annually by the Director of Student Involvement. Each scholarship award shall be for one academic year and may be renewed. Annual application is necessary for consideration.
- Student Conference Fund
This fund was initially funded by Bruce LeVine Mellion to provide financial assistance for students to attend and / or present at academic and professional conferences. This fund is to support the development of knowledge and skills relevant to the student's discipline and academic and professional interests.
- Cherylee Van Rossum '81 Memorial Scholarship Endowment
This endowment was established in memory of Cherylee Van Rossum '81 by the family and friends. This fund will provide scholarships to full-time students who are members of the sophomore, junior, or senior classes. Recipients will be selected based on financial need, academic excellence, and service to the College community through active participation in campus activities.
- Veterans Memorial Fund
The purpose of this fund is to establish a monument to honor all Keene State alumni, staff, faculty, past, present and future , who defended our country.
- Voluntary Service Endowed Scholarship Endowment
This endowment was established by an anonymous donor to Keene State College to assist students who have demonstrated concern for humankind through active involvement in voluntary community service. These scholarships are for students who are entering their junior or senior year at Keene State College and who have a demonstrated and documented commitment to community service. Additional factors to be considered may include academic achievement and financial need. Scholarships are non-renewable.
- Captain Michael J. Watters '86 Memorial Scholarship Endowment
This fund was established by family and friends to perpetuate the memory and qualities of Michael J. Watters '86, who was lost at sea on June 10, 1990, while on a training flight with the Strike Fighter Squadron 106. This award shall be given to a junior who is able to influence others through his or her example to achieve positive goals which are beneficial to the spirit of community at Keene State College. Preference will be given to full-time students with a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or greater.
Alphabetical Listing of restricted funds
Restricted funds by category