Left Handed Students.
Students age 14 years or older.
Graduated high school senior scholar athletes.
Graduate high school senior musicians, expressing the beauty and inspiration of the universe.
Graduate high school senior artists, with original two-dimensional space artwork.
Students for organ donation youth leadership.
Graduate students conducting a research project in aquatic entomology.
College freshmen, sophomores and juniors with interest in confectionary technology.
Undergraduate and graduate students with new ideas, processes and technological innovations.
Artists from all nations involved in science fiction or fantasy story illustrations.
High school juniors and seniors with essays on the philosophic themes.
People of short stature and their families (4'10" or less in height)
Scholarships for people of tall stature (5'10" for women and 6'2" for men, at least).
Fat people scholarships.
People involve in knitting wool garments.
Telecommunications students such as media, written work, research, audio, video, graphics and film.
People involved in the field of language study.
Students demonstrating financial need who have resided in Mount Carmel for 10 years.
Catholic students and whose last name is Zolp.
Anyone whose last name is Scarpinato by birth or marriage.
Students who were born with a surname of Gatling or Gatlin.
Scholarships based on the student's last name, including Baxendale, Hudson, Thayer, Downer, Bright.
Student whose last name varies in the surname Van Valkenburg, including Van Valkenburg, Van Valkenburgh, Van Volkinburg, Van Falkenburg, Valkenburg, Vollick, and Van Velkinburgh.
Skateboarders who are high school seniors with a GPA of 2.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
Independent Tupperware dealers, managers, franchised distributors and their dependent children.
Students enrolled in a welding-related educational or training program.
Students of an accredited college or university who are studying parapsychology.
Female students, who live on campus, don't own a car, have no other scholarships, have never been married and who demonstrate financial need.
Female music students.
Students studying grapes or winemaking.
Students who are studying mycology (spores, mold and fungus).
High school senior students in the United States who can call ducks.
Participants in shooting or hunting clinics.
Students from the Department of Environmental and Resource Sciences.
Graduated US high school seniors who have promoted vegetarianism in their schools and communities.
Pagan and Wicca students.
Golf caddies nominated by their club.
Bowlers, including female or male high school senior or college students, junior or senior in high school, 18 years old or older.
Marble shooters, or mibsters, aged 8 to 14.
Students with an interest in coastal environmental science, including oceanography, marine affairs, environmental sciences, public policy, community planning and natural resources.
Students with acts of kindness such as humanitarian efforts, community involvement, and volunteerism.
High school senior students involved in the field of creative writing.
College sophomores interested in pulp, paper and converting industry as a career.
Scholarships for Twins, where each twin would get a full ride in alternate years and the other was dependent on whatever aid they otherwise qualified for.
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