Endowed Scholarships


Hampden-Sydney College recognizes the importance and the generosity of the contributions of alumni, parents, and friends to the general scholarship endowment. Each of the endowed scholarships listed below produces significant income which supplements the College's financial-aid program and is, therefore, individually designated.

THE DANIEL POPE ALLEN SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1988 by Dr. Mary Virginia Allen in memory of her brother, Daniel Pope Allen '25. The scholarship is used to assist worthy students with preference given to those planning to enter the Christian ministry.

THE EDWARD W., WILLIAM D., MARY A., AND SUSAN R. ALLEN SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1990 by a gift from Mr. W. Dudley

Allen, Jr. '43, of Wilsons, Virginia, in memory of his family. Awards are based on financial need with preference given to residents of Dinwiddie or Amelia County, Virginia.

THE JAMES ALLEN SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1985 by family members and friends to honor the memory of James Allen, a founding trustee of Hampden-Sydney College. Selection of recipients is based on superior academic achievement and/or financial need. Preference is given to students from Amelia, Nottoway, and Prince Edward Counties, or, if no one from these areas qualifies, from Southside Virginia. Qualified descendants of James Allen also are given preference.

THE WILLIAM T. AND VIRGINIA R. ALLEN SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1985 by a gift from East Coast Oil Corporation of Richmond, Virginia, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Allen. This scholarship is administered by the Honors Council as part of the College's Honors Awards. It is one of the endowments which fund the Madison Scholarships, named in honor of President James Madison, a Charter Trustee of the College. These scholarships are reserved for exceptionally qualified students.

THE LESTER E. AND FRANCES P. ANDREWS SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1986 by Lester E. Andrews '36 and their sons and daughters-in-law, Lester E. Andrews, Jr.and Diane Moss Andrews; and W. Daniel Andrews and Katheryn Hargrove Andrews. Preference is given to students from Southside Virginia, primarily those from Prince Edward and the adjoining counties of Appomattox, Amelia, Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, and Lunenburg.

THE ARENA FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2008 by Francis A. "Frank" Arena in loving memory of his daughter, Susan Brockertt Arena, and wife, Suzanne M. Arena. The scholarship is awarded to a student from Prince Edward County who demonstrates financial need. In the event that there is no eligible student from Prince Edward County, preference is then given to students from the surrounding counties, and then to students from Virginia. Should there be numerous candidates for the scholarship, the one with the greatest demonstrated financial need will receive the award.

THE GEORGE SLOAN ARNOLD SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1979 by George Sloan Arnold of Romney, West Virginia. The fund is in memory of Henry Bell Gilkeson and Robert William Gilkeson, the father and brother of Mr. Arnold's wife, Laura. Henry Bell Gilkeson was a member of the Hampden-Sydney class of 1873, and Robert William Gilkeson was a member of the class of 1907. The income from the fund is used to award scholarships to worthy students who demonstrate financial need and academic excellence. Preference is given to qualified students first from Hampshire County, West Virginia, and second from West Virginia.

THE PAUL TULANE AND ESTHER THOMAS ATKINSON SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1964 by the late Mr. Carlyle Gee '26 of Greensboro, North Carolina, as a memorial to Mr. Atkinson. Additional gifts by Mrs. Atkinson fully endowed this scholarship. The Atkinsons played large roles in the 20th-century life of Hampden-Sydney. Mr. Atkinson '07 was Treasurer from 1919 to 1957, and Mrs. Atkinson was the founder and curator (1968-1994) of the museum which is named in her honor.

THE DON PYLE BAGWELL, SR., SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1991 by the Bagwell family in memory of Mr. Don Pyle Bagwell, Sr. '35. Awards are based on financial need with preference given to residents of Halifax County, Virginia.

THE BERNARD E. AND EDNA B. BAIN SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1981 by Mrs. Edna B. Bain of Lynchburg, Virginia, in memory of her husband, Mr. Bernard E. Bain '28, D.D. '52. This scholarship is awarded to pre-ministerial students who plan to enter a church-related vocation.

THE GEORGE F. BAKER SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1993 by gifts from the George F. Baker Trust of New York to help prepare liberal arts graduates for careers or advanced degrees in business. Preference is given to an upperclassman who has demonstrated academic excellence, leadership in campus activities, and financial need, as well as commitment to business as a career.

THE T. KYLE BALDWIN FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP was established in October of 2005 by T. Kyle Baldwin '39. Preference is given to students from Southside Virginia, primarily those from Prince Edward and the adjoining counties of Appomattox, Amelia, Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, and Lunenburg.

THE FRANK CLEVELAND AND LENA REEKES BEDINGER SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1977 by a gift from Frank C. Bedinger 1905 of Boydton, Virginia, and supplemented by gifts from family members, Frank C. Bedinger, Jr. '37, and Dr. & Mrs. William C. Finch '29. The scholarship is awarded to pre-law students on the basis of superior academic achievement, outstanding leadership abilities, the promise of potential usefulness, and evidence of financial need. Where no financial need exists, the award is $750. The scholarship is administered by the Honors Council as part of the College's Honors Awards.

THE STEWART BELL, JR., SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2002 through a planned gift to Hampden-Sydney College by Stewart Bell, Jr. '31, in memory of his great-grandmother, Mrs. Margaretta Brown, and his brother, Lieutenant William H. Bell. Recipients must be students in good standing, and preference is given to students from Winchester, Virginia, and then to those from Frederick, Clarke, or Warren Counties, and then to students from Virginia.

THE WILLIAM C. BOINEST SCHOLARSHIP was established by fellow Trustees upon the occasion of Mr. Boinest's retirement as Chairman of the Board in 2003. The scholarship is awarded to a young man who demonstrates financial need and whose background bespeaks a commitment to the attributes of the good man and good citizen: stellar character, solid academic performance, and significant involvement in civic and extracurricular activities.

THE RAYMOND B. BOTTOM, JR., SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2003 by Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Benton '90 of Suffolk, Virginia, to honor Mr. Raymond B. Bottom, Jr. '51, and to acknowledge and to thank him for his never-failing generosity and thoughtfulness to his alma mater and to numerous alumni and parents. The scholarship is awarded to student(s) in good academic standing and deserving of financial assistance, with first consideration being given to a student or students from the Peninsula area, then the Southside area, and then to a member of the Men's Chorus.

THE RAYMOND B. AND DOROTHY ROUSE BOTTOM SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1981 by Dorothy Rouse Bottom of Hampton, Virginia, in memory of her husband. This scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need with preference given to students from the Peninsula area of Virginia.

THE JAMES BAKER BOWERS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1991 from the estate of James B. Bowers, Jr. '26, in memory of his father, James Baker Bowers, President of Owens, Minor & Bodeker, Incorporated, and the following family members: his brother, George S. Bowers '31; his grandfather, Dr. George B. Steel; his two uncles, Dr. Charles L. Steel and Dr. Frank R. Steel; and his great-great-grandfather, Dr. John William Fletcher. The scholarship is awarded to students pursuing their studies in the life sciences.

THE LOUISE STEEL BOWERS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1991 from the estate of James B. Bowers, Jr. '26, in memory of his mother, Louise Steel Bowers. This scholarship is awarded to students who set outstanding examples of good citizenship and service.

THE G. GRAYSON BOYCE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2002 by his family, friends, and fellow alumni, and is a reflection of the love that Grayson Boyce '63 had for his alma mater. He was a proud and loyal son. The recipient should possess those traits that defined Grayson's life: honesty, loyalty, integrity, commitment, involvement in extracurricular activities, and a zest for life in general. Preference is given to students from the state of Maryland and then to students from contiguous states.

THE BRANCH BANKING & TRUST SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1990 by First Virginia Banks, Inc., now BB&T. Awards are based on financial need and given to students in good standing from areas served by BB&T.

THE BRANDON FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1999 by Lewis E.H. Brandon '45 and his wife, Margaret, of High Point, North Carolina. Once fully endowed, the scholarship is to be awarded to students in good academic standing and of good character who demonstrate financial need. Preference is given to students from Greensboro, High Point, and Guilford County, North Carolina.

THE J. ROBERT BRAY '60 SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2007 to honor J. Robert Bray, Executive Director of the Virginia Port Authority, by the Hampton Roads Shipping Association, in recognition of Bobby's forty years of dedicated service and extraordinary leadership to the Virginia Port Authority and the maritime community. Bobby was instrumental in unifying the three city-owned ports into a single-operating entity, resulting in the merger of Maritime Terminals, Inc. and Port Authority Terminals, Inc.; forming Virginia International Terminals, Inc., as a private non-stock, non-profit corporation. With Bobby Bray's leadership, The Port of Virginia has matured into one of the East Coast's largest container ports. The J. Robert Bray '60 Scholarship is awarded to those Hampden-Sydney students with demonstrated financial need and respectable academic standing with the College. First preference is given to students from Hampton Roads, Virginia, with immediate family in the maritime industries, and then to students from Hampton Roads, Virginia, and then to students from the Commonwealth of Virginia.

THE ERNEST JACKSON BRIGHTWELL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1981 by a bequest from Mr. Brightwell '37. Preference is given to graduates of Highland Springs High School, Henrico County, Virginia.

THE LEWIS O. BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1973 by Mr. Brown's widow, Mrs. Mary Patsel Brown of Roanoke, Virginia. Roanoke students are given preference.

THE ORRAN L. AND ELLEN F. BROWN SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2008 by Orran and Ellen Brown of Richmond, Virginia. The scholarship is awarded to an entering freshman with financial need who has demonstrated superior academic achievement, leadership, and a determined work ethic in his high school and community during his pre-college years. Because Orran grew up working on a family farm, preference is given to students from a farming or agricultural background of any extent. If, however, no student meets this farming background requirement within the year the scholarship is to be awarded, then the College may award it to any deserving student who has shown the ability to work diligently, see each task undertaken to a successful completion, and search for opportunities to broaden his experiences and knowledge.

THE DR. GERALD M. BRYCE SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2007 in honor of Dr. Bryce and his nearly thirty years (1979-present) of service to Hampden-Sydney as a mathematics professor. The fund was initiated and endowed to honor him for his dedication to teaching and scholarship, as well as his devoted friendships with many Hampden-Sydney students. The scholarship is given by John C. Dickinson '83, and his wife Wendy B. Dickinson, and their children, Hillary B. Dickinson and Anne Marie Dickinson, and is awarded to students with demonstrated financial need who are in good academic standing with the College.

THE JOSIAH BUNTING III AND DIANA CUNNINGHAM BUNTING SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1986 by gifts from trustees, alumni, parents, and friends. The fund honors the Buntings and their accomplishments during Mr. Bunting's presidency of the College from 1977 to 1987. This scholarship is administered by the Honors Council as part of the College's Honors Awards. It is one of the endowments which fund the Madison Scholarships, named in honor of President James Madison, a Charter Trustee of the College. These scholarships are reserved for exceptionally qualified students.

THE ROBERT C. AND DORA J. BUNTS SCHOLARHIP was established through a testamentary gift to Hampden-Sydney College by Dr. Robert C. Bunts '29 and his wife, Mrs. Dora J. Bunts. Dr. Bunts was a urologist who practiced medicine in Richmond, and Mrs. Bunts was a registered nurse. The scholarship is awarded to students who have indicated an intention to follow the pre-medical curriculum and seek enrollment at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine. The scholarship is awarded by the Office of Financial Aid at Hampden-Sydney College.

THE TIM BUTLER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1997 by alumni, family members, and friends in memory of William T. Butler, Jr. '62, of Hampden-Sydney, to provide assistance to students with financial need. Preference is given to students who are involved in extracurricular activities and who demonstrate the potential to develop as role models among their peers, a legacy exemplified by the life of Tim Butler.

THE ALEXANDER BERKELEY CARRINGTON, JR., SCHOLARSHIP was established by a bequest from Mrs. A. B. (Ruth S.) Carrington, Jr., whose husband, class of 1915, was a trustee of the College 1929-1962. Award is made to worthy students.

THE WILLIAM CARROLL CHEWNING, JR., MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1975 by Mr. and Mrs. William Carroll Chewning '41, in memory of their son, a member of the class of 1967, and by other family members and friends. Preference is given to students with financial need who show promise in the field of mathematics.

THE W. RANDOLPH CHITWOOD, SR. '41, M.D., SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1993 by Ruth Anne Chitwood in memory of her husband. Awards are based on financial need and preference is given to students from Southwest Virginia who are preparing to attend medical school.

THE JAMES D. CHRISTIAN, JR., SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1992 by Michael S. Christian '72 and his mother, Mrs. Rita Christian, of Lynchburg, Virginia, in memory of their beloved father and husband, Mr. James D. Christian, Jr. ë40. The scholarship is awarded to a student in good academic standing who demonstrates financial need. The recipient should have strong Christian principles and an interest in pursuing a career in business.

THE CLASS OF 1951 SCHOLARSHIP was established on the occasion of the 50th reunion of the Class of 1951 to honor the memory of the members who had died. The scholarship is awarded to a student in good academic standing who demonstrates financial need. Preference is given to descendants of members of the Class of 1951; each recipient is designated a "Class of 1951 Scholar."

THE CLASS OF 1953 SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT was established in 2003 through gifts made by members of the Class of 1953 in honor of their fiftieth class reunion and induction into the Patrick Henry Society. The scholarship, made in honor of their alma mater, is to be used to encourage other reunion classes to make like-sized gifts to continue the College's mission, "to form good men and good citizens in an atmos-phere of sound learning." This endowment is to be a permanent fund, to be administered by the College officer(s) charged with such responsibility, and maintained under the title, "The Class of 1953 Scholarship Endowment." The scholarship is awarded to students with demonstrated financial need who are in good academic standing with the College. When two or more candidates of equal quality are considered, preference is given to the one with the most financial need.

THE CLASS OF 2006 SCHOLARSHIP was established in memory of Peter C. Bance, Jr., a distinguished member of the Class of 2006 and of the College community. An active member of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Peter double-majored in history and religion. While a student, he also aided in the establishment of the Ducks Unlimited Club as a result of his love for the outdoors. First preference is given to a student from the Northern Neck or the Middle Peninsula of Virginia and then to a student from the state of Virginia who is found to be in need of financial assistance as determined by the College's Director of Financial Aid.

THE AYLETT B. COLEMAN, SR., SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1991 by Mr. Aylett B. Coleman III of Roanoke, Virginia, in memory of his grandfather, Aylett B. Coleman, Sr., class of 1888. This scholarship is awarded to residents of Virginia who demonstrate financial need.

THE H. HAWES COLEMAN AND FRANCES FORD COLEMAN SCHOLARSHIP was established by Lt. Col. H. Hawes Coleman '25 in memory of his wife, Frances Ford Coleman. Preference is given to students from Virginia and from Louisville, Kentucky.

THE C. BARRIE COOK SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1988 by Dr. C. Barrie Cook '45 of Fairfax, Virginia. Recipients are selected on the basis of their need of financial assistance and the promise of future service and usefulness to their community, and not necessarily on the basis of academic excellence. Preference is given to those who are planning careers which will be beneficial to others and to society in general.

THE CRAIGIE INCORPORATED SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1985 by a gift of the Officers and Employees of Craigie Incorporated, Investment Bankers, Richmond, Virginia. The scholarship is awarded to a deserving student at the discretion of the College.

THE EDWARD A. CRAWFORD SCHOLARSHIP FUND was established in honor of Mr. Crawford, Professor Emeritus, who taught Biology at Hampden-Sydney College from 1963 until 1987. The fund was initiated and endowed by former students who wished to honor him for the effect his teaching has had on their lives and careers. Preference is given to students of good academic standing who plan careers in medicine or medical research.

THE THOMAS EDWARD CRAWLEY SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1995 in memory of Thomas Edward Crawley, Hampden-Sydney Class of 1941, who served the College for five decades as student, teacher, scholar, administrator, and musician. The scholarship is awarded, based on need and merit, to students of superior academic achievement who show promise of developing the kind of well-rounded life that Professor Crawley lived in his love for scholarship, music, art, and gardening.

THE THOMAS EDWARD AND ROBERTA A. CRAWLEY MEN'S CHORUS SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2002 by Mr. Raymond B. Bottom, Jr. '51, as a tribute to Dr. Crawley and in honor of Mrs. Crawley. The award recognizes their loving contribution to the betterment of the College through choral music and their unflagging devotion to countless numbers of students involved in the Men's Chorus. Awarded annually, the stipend assists a student who demonstrates financial need, actively participates in the College's Men's Chorus, and best exemplifies those qualities of scholarship, community service, and musical appreciation that were and are the hallmarks of Ned and Roberta Crawley.

THE CHARLES W. AND BRENDA N. CRIST SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2004 by Charles and Brenda Crist of Culpeper, Virginia. The scholarship is awarded to students in good academic standing who demonstrate Christian character and financial need. Preference is given to students who attended a public high school from the City of Lynchburg or the Counties of Prince Edward, Charlotte or Culpeper and then to students from the surrounding counties.

THE CROCKETT-FLANNAGAN-WEAVER SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1994 by gifts from trustees, alumni, and friends. The fund honors Hampden-Sydney Alumni Dr. Charles L. (Buck) Crockett '42, William H. (Ham) Flannagan, Sr. '40, and Dr. Edgar N. Weaver, Sr. '39, for their contributions to the medical profession. This scholarship is awarded to students with financial need. Preference is given to those students who have demonstrated an intent to pursue a career in a medically related field.

THE DANIEL FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1988 by gifts from the Daniel Foundation of South Carolina to honor Leslie G. McCraw, then President and Chief Executive Officer of Daniel International Corporation.

THE EDMUND BAKER DAVENPORT SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1972 by Mrs. Claude R. Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Claude R. Davenport, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. George L. Fosque, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Chewning. The awards are made in the form of loans which need not be repaid if the student maintains an average of 2.0 or better.

THE DAVIS FELLOWS PROGRAM was endowed in 2002 by Norwood '63 and Marguerite Davis. This program provides full academic-year tuition, room, and board, and a stipend for a summer internship or study abroad to a select recipient in each class. A Davis Fellow will strive to be a liberally educated man who possesses the qualities of leadership, tenacity, and passion. He will accept nothing less than the best in whatever he undertakes, be it curricular or extracurricular endeavor; and finally, he will be a compassionate man with the people with whom he lives and works.

THE HARRY B. DAVIS SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1988 by Miss Lucile B. Brown in memory of Harry B. Davis '14. Awards are based on financial need, and preference is given to students from the Tidewater area of Virginia.

THE JAMES W. AND PATRICIA H. DENNIS SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1990 by James W. and Patricia H. Dennis of Richmond, Virginia. Preference is given to a rising junior or senior who is preparing for further study in dentistry or psychology. Recipients must demonstrate financial need and above-average academic achievement.

THE DEPARTMENT OF CLASSICS STUDY-ABROAD SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1999 by Dr. C. Wayne Tucker and his brother, Larry C. Tucker, with additional contributions from other friends and alumni of the College. Hampden-Sydney College awards the scholarship to students in the Department of Classics to participate in programs conducted in Italy, Greece, and other countries with considerable ancient ruins. Preference is first given to students of the Greek and/or Latin languages and then to students of English language courses on ancient topics, such as ancient history and Classical Studies. Recipients are selected by the faculty members of the Department of Classics in consultation with the Director of Global Education and Study Abroad.

THE G. H. DENNY SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1994 by a bequest from Mrs. Margaret Denny McClung in memory of her father, Dr. George H. Denny '18.

THE W. BIRCH DOUGLASS III SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1985 by a gift from Mr. W. Birch Douglass III '65 of Richmond, Virginia.

THE DRESCHER SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1995 by a gift from John W. Drescher '70 in honor of his parents, O. Charles Drescher and Anne W. Drescher, whose unwavering commitment to education and personal sacrifice allowed their sons the opportunity to obtain college degrees. The scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate the qualities of leadership, achievement, character, and affability. Preference is given to students from Hampton Roads, Virginia.

THE LEWIS HARRISON DREW AND NELLIE PEYRONNET DREW SCHOLARSHIP was established by the class of 1960 to honor its classmate and his wife upon his retirement in 2000. Dean Drew served the College for thirty-seven years, thirty as Dean of Students, always emphasizing honor and integrity. His wife Nell entertained often in their home and befriended numerous students over the years. Preference is given to students who have demonstrated excellent character and citizenship, and a high level of service to others.

THE JESSIE BALL duPONT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1978 by a gift from the Jessie Ball duPont Fund of Jacksonville, Florida.

THE ANDREW H. EASLEY AND ANNE O. EASLEY SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1986 by the Andrew Horsley Easley and Anne Owen Easley Charitable Trust of Lynchburg, Virginia. This scholarship is designated for students from the Lynchburg area.

THE W. ROBERT (BOB) AND ANNA BELLE EASON SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2007 by John C. and Sarah Belle Eason Parrott to honor Mrs. Parrott's parents and to establish a legacy that reflects the love that the Easons hold for Hampden-Sydney College. The scholarship is awarded to a student(s) with demonstrated financial need.

THE EDMONDSON FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1996. The Foundation was established by the late William P. Edmondson, who noted the need for financial aid to students. His efforts have been continued by his wife, Mrs. Frances T. Edmondson, and by his son, Dr. William P. Edmondson, Jr. '56. Preference is given to Virginia residents, and it is requested, but not required, that recipients at some future date repay grants to help perpetuate the scholarship.

THE H. H. AND R. C. EDMUNDS SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1989. Awards are restricted to those students who have financial need and reside in Halifax County, Virginia. Character, leadership, a strong religious background, and a desire to achieve academically are attributes that the scholarship committee considers in making an award. It is also the desire of the donor that the recipients of this scholarship give serious consideration to making a similar financial commitment to the College for scholarship support for future applicants from Halifax County. Should no one qualify for this scholarship in any given year, the award is reapplied to the scholarship endowment, thereby increasing the award for the next recipient.

THE REBECCA KING EVANS SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1999 by Edward Jones Evans '38, M.D., of Huntington, West Virginia. The scholarship is awarded to a deserving student at the discretion of the College.

THE ALLEN MEAD FERGUSON SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2001 by a gift from former Trustee (1994-2000) and Mrs. Allen Mead Ferguson of Richmond, Virginia, in honor of their son, T. Rutherfoord Ferguson '95. The Scholarship is awarded to an industrious student with demonstrated need. Preference is given to a graduate of St. Christopher's School, then to a resident of Richmond, and then to a resident of the state of Virginia. The recipient should have an expressed interest in economics, business, or some area of the humanities.

THE JAY G. FERGUSON SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1992 by a gift from Mr. and Mrs. J. Gray Ferguson of Staunton, Virginia, in honor of their son, J. G. Ferguson '89. This scholarship is awarded to students with financial need who have shown industry but not necessarily proven academic skills that would entitle them to a scholarship based solely on academic excellence. Preference is given to residents of Staunton and Augusta County, Virginia.

THE JULIA BOLTON FLEET SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1995 by Julia B. Fleet, who developed an interest in and affection for the College, as well as a desire to help support its students. Preference is given to students with financial need who maintain a grade-point average of 2.5 or higher.

THE S. DOUGLAS FLEET SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1983 by S. Douglas Fleet. The scholarship is awarded to students in financial need to provide the difference between an award made by the College and the student's full need.

THE JOHN BENJAMIN FLIPPEN SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1980 by a bequest of Sue Gray Cooper and her husband, Ransome Cooper, Jr., in memory of her father, John Benjamin Flippen, class of 1871, of Cumberland, Virginia.

THE BRAD S. FOREHAND SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2004 by his parents and friends as a memorial to him, an exemplary Hampden-Sydney College graduate of the Class of 2002. Brad was a Patrick Henry Scholar, president of Alpha Tau Chapter of the Kappa Alpha Order, and a mathematics-economics major. The Forehand Scholarship is awarded to a student in good academic standing who demonstrates financial need. Preference is given to young men from Prince George County, Virginia, with significant involvement in civic and/or extracurricular activities. It is hoped that upon graduation the recipients of the Forehand Scholarship will contribute to its growth, thus affording others what was given to them.

THE COLONEL GUSTAV H. FRANKE, JR. SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2003 by several former golf team members. Colonel Franke is a former Assistant Professor of math and computer science at Hampden-Sydney College. During his time as the College's golf coach, from 1968 to 1981, the team captured the Mason Dixon Conference Championship, in 1973 and 1975, won both the Virginia State Division D-III Championship, and finished National Runner-Up in Division III in 1975. He coached many All-Conference and All-American golfers during his career. In 1978, thanks to the efforts of Colonel Franke, Hampden-Sydney College hosted the first golf national championship in Virginia. The scholarship is awarded to students in good academic standing who demonstrate financial need. Preference is given to well-rounded students who participate in extra-curricular activities.

THE GEORGE C. "CHIP" FREEMAN III MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in memory of George C. "Chip" Freeman III '76 by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Freeman, Jr. '52, and his brother, Douglas M. Freeman, and is funded by the George C. Freeman III Memorial Trust. The annual scholarship was established in 1974; in 1999 it became an endowed scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to incoming freshmen interested in pursuing a career in teaching and/or coaching, other youth-oriented work, or full-time Christian service.

THE STOKELEY FULTON SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1985 in memory of John Stokeley Fulton '55, a coach for three decades at Hampden-Sydney College.

THE ROBERT ALLEN GARLAND, SR. AND FRANCES VAUGHAN GARLAND SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2002 by Anita Holmes Garland in honor of her parents. The scholarship is awarded to students in good academic standing and of good character who demonstrate financial need. Preference is given to students from the Roanoke Valley (Roanoke City, Roanoke County, Vinton, and Salem, Virginia).

THE WILLIAM LUCKE GARLICK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1975 by Dr. R. Cecil Garlick, Jr. '23, of Charlottesville, Virginia, in honor of his late brother, who attended Hampden-Sydney in 1920-21. The fund is used to aid students to study in foreign countries.

THE ERNEST P. AND VIRGINIA Y. GATES SCHOLARSHIP was established by members of their extended family as a tribute to and in honor of Judge and Mrs. Gates. It celebrates the matriculation of three generations of Hampden-Sydney College men: a father, four sons, two sons-in-law, and four grandsons. The scholarship is awarded to students with demonstrated need. It is the hope of the family that the recipients will go on to serve their communities and thus be credits to their alma mater and to this Nation.

THE ARTHUR S. GEAR, JR., SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1999 by Dr. Arthur S. Gear, Jr. '55, of South Hill, Virginia. Preference is given to students from the Virginia counties of Mecklenburg, Lunenburg, and Brunswick who are majoring in the sciences.

THE RICHARD McEWEN GERMAN, JR. '40, AND MARJORIE WOLFF GERMAN SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1995 by Dr. and Mrs. Richard M. German, Jr. This scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need.

THE THOMAS EDWARD GILMER SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1990 by Russell E. '38 and Thelma T. Fox as a memorial to Dr. Thomas E. Gilmer '23. Dr. Gilmer was professor of mathematics and physics at Hampden-Sydney from 1927 to 1971 and president of the College from 1960 to 1963. Preference is given to students who elect to major in physics or, alternatively, any field of science offered as a major.

THE ALFRED P. GODDIN SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1994 by Mr. C. Hobson Goddin '45 in memory of his father, Alfred P. Goddin '10. This scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need.

THE IRENE W. GOODE AND JOSHUA W. CHAPMAN '96 SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1997 by Mr. and Mrs. James H. Chapman III of Salem, Virginia, in memory of his mother, Irene W. Goode, and in honor of his son, Joshua W. Chapman '96. Preference is given to students from the state of Virginia who are active members of a Hampden-Sydney social fraternity.

THE SCOTT C. GOODMAN '82 SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1986 by Scott C. Goodman and his grandmother, Mrs. Helen S. Lanier, who passed away in 1997. The scholarship is awarded to a student who has demonstrated those qualities of leadership, achievement, organization, assertiveness, and affability which so well suit a young man for success in life. Preference is given to students from Georgia.

THE GOOD MEN GOOD CITIZENS FINANCIAL AID ENDOWMENT FUND was established in 2008, during the Through These Gates Campaign when the College was reminded time and again how financial aid changes lives. Men who have received financial aid in the past have become businessmen, doctors, ministers, attorneys and other professionals at the top of their fields; they are also fully engaged in their communities. They are the good men and good citizens who affirm the value of the Hampden-Sydney education. The GMGC Scholarships are awarded to students who maintain good academic standing and demonstrate need, regardless of background and geography.

THE PHILIP M. GRABILL, JR. '71, MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1997 by friends and family members as a memorial to Mr. Grabill. The scholarship is awarded to students in good academic standing, deserving of financial assistance. Preference is given to students from Shenandoah County and then to students from the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.

THE HORACE A. GRAY FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1978 by a bequest of Pearl F. Gray of Richmond, Virginia.

THE RANDOLPH BRYAN GRINNAN SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1988 by Dr. and Mrs. Randolph Bryan Grinnan, Jr.; their sons, R. Bryan Grinnan III '57 and Dr. George L. B. Grinnan '57, all of Norfolk; and Dr. Richardson Grinnan of Richmond, Virginia. It was given in memory of their father and grandfather, the Reverend Dr. Randolph Bryan Grinnan, class of 1879, one of the first Presbyterian missionaries to Japan. This fund aids students who demonstrate financial need, with preference given to children of the clergy.

THE CHARLES CALLAWAY GUTHRIE SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1968 by Mr. and Mrs. J. Dennett Guthrie in honor of Mr. Guthrie's father. The scholarship has been supplemented by gifts from Mr. Charles R. Guthrie '19, also a son of Charles Callaway Guthrie.

THE THOMAS O. GWALTNEY III SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1992 by a gift from Mr. Thomas O.Gwaltney III '43 of Virginia Beach, Virginia. This scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need.

THE ANDREW W. HAAS '03 SCHOLARSHIP was established by the Haas Family in memory of Andrew, a member of the Class of 2003. As a student, Andrew pursued his interest in the American Civil War and majored in history. Outside the classroom, Andrew was an active member of the Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity and was an officer-elect of the Chapter. The Haas Fund will honor both Andrew and the Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity by offering preference to active brothers of the Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity who meet a minimum G.P.A. requirement of 3.20. Second preference is given to an active brother of Phi Gamma Delta who has demonstrated need. If no brothers of the fraternity meet these requirements then the scholarship may be awarded to any full-time student from the greater Richmond, VA metropolitan area with a G.P.A. of 3.0 and demonstrated need.

THE FRED H. HANBURY, JR., SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1988 by Athena B. Hanbury of Farmville, Virginia, in memory of her husband, Fred H. Hanbury, Jr. '34. Preference is given to students from Prince Edward and the seven contiguous counties.

THE J. HARRISON '38 AND MARY DAVIDSON HANCOCK SCHOLARSHIP was established by Mr. and Mrs. Hancock in 1996. Awards are made to students demonstrating financial need who maintain a satisfactory academic performance.

THE HARDIN SCHOLARSHIP was established by gifts from Mr. and Mrs. Eugene B. Hardin, Jr., of Raleigh, North Carolina. This fund aids students from North Carolina and Virginia who demonstrate financial need.

THE HARDY-GIVEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1997 by Dr. Fred T. Given, Jr. '49, and his wife, Jane Ozlin Given, of Norfolk, Virginia, in memory of his parents. The scholarship is awarded to students in good academic standing, deserving of financial assistance. Preference is given to students from Mecklenburg County or from the Virginia Tidewater region.

THE A. EPES HARRIS, JR., SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1992 by gifts from family members, alumni, friends, and colleagues in memory of Dr. A. Epes Harris, Jr. '46. Well known in the medical profession as "the father of Virginia family practice," Dr. Harris founded the Blackstone Family Practice, which provides a uniquely successful resident training facility for family practice physicians. It also serves as the rural branch of the Virginia Commonwealth University Health System's family-practice department. The scholarship is awarded to students pursuing a career in medicine who supplement their pre-medical studies with a solid background in the liberal arts. Preference is given to residents of the Southside area of Virginia.

THE H. HITER HARRIS SCHOLARSHIP FOR EXCELLENCE IN MATHEMATICS OR ECONOMICS was given in 1988 by H. Hiter Harris, Jr., Trustee, and H. Hiter Harris III '83. This scholarship is awarded annually to a rising sophomore, junior, or senior who has demonstrated academic excellence in mathematics or economics, exhibited qualities of strong personal character and integrity, and displayed outstanding leadership in campus activities. Although the scholarship is not limited to this group, preference is given to a mathematics or economics major. A minimum grade-point average of 3.0 must be maintained to extend the scholarship for the following year. Financial need is considered but is not a criterion in the awarding of this scholarship.

THE HARRISON INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1988 by the Francena T. Harrison Foundation Trust in memory of Robert C. and Francena T. Harrison. This scholarship offers aid to students for study and travel in the British Isles.

THE ANNA CARRINGTON HARRISON LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP was established as a memorial to his mother by Mr. Fred N. Harrison of Richmond, Virginia, long-time member of the College Board of Trustees, and continued by his family.

THE SUZANNE PEEBLES HARRISON SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2007 by a gift from Mr. and Mrs. M. Peebles Harrison '89 of Duck, North Carolina, in memory of Mr. Harrison's mother. The scholarship is to assist individuals from the rural areas of Virginia and North Carolina. Preference is given to students with demonstrated financial need and recognized leadership qualities.

THE HATTEN SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1994 by a gift from Robert R. Hatten '69 in honor of his parents, Dr. John Q. Hatten '44 and Mary Lou Hatten. This scholarship is awarded to outstanding students with demonstrated financial need, and preference is given to those students who are members of religious or ethnic minorities.

THE WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST SCHOLARSHIP was created by the Hearst Foundation, Inc., in an effort to provide educational opportunity to underrepresented, low-income, and minority populations. Hearst Scholarships are awarded to ethnic minority or economically disadvantaged students.

THE HEREFORD-CRUMMETT WEST VIRGINIA SCHOLARSHIP was established by family members and friends in memory of Joe C. Hereford '43 and Douglas C. Crummett '43 of Charleston, West Virginia. The scholarship is awarded to students with financial need who are in good academic standing, with preference given to students from West Virgina.

THE WILLIAM R. HILL, JR., MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1992 by gifts from the Hill family in memory of William R. Hill, Jr. '36, and was supplemented by gifts from trustees, alumni, parents, and friends. A loyal and dedicated alumnus, Mr. Hill served the College as a trustee from 1977 to 1988. The scholarship is awarded on the basis of financial need.

THE ROSELYN C. HINES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1990 by Ralph P. Hines of Farmville, Virginia. It is awarded to those students who have demonstrated academic superiority in their secondary-school careers, as well as outstanding qualities of citizenship and leadership in the community. Recipients may hold this scholarship for the full four years of their college careers, subject to annual review. Preference is given to students from Prince Edward County and the seven contiguous counties.

THE HOWARD WESLEY HITE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established by a bequest from Mr. Hite, a native of Halifax County, Virginia. The scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need.

THE WARREN W. HOBBIE SCHOLARSHIPS were established in 1959 and later supplemented by gifts from Mr. Warren W. Hobbie of Roanoke, Virginia, a former member of the Board of Trustees.

THE WARREN W. HOBBIE SCHOLARSHIPS IN BUSINESS ETHICS were established by the Warren W. Hobbie Charitable Trust of Roanoke. Two-year merit scholarships are awarded to selected juniors planning to enter business or related service professions.

THE GLADYSE J. HOLLAND SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1990 in her honor by her sons, Mr. Richard J. Holland, Dr. Clarence A. Holland '52, and Dr. William E. Holland. Awards are made to students who demonstrate financial need.

THE ABNER CRUMP HOPKINS SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1992 in memory of three generations of Abner Crump Hopkinses, all of whom received both undergraduate and honorary degrees at Hampden-Sydney. Abner Crump Hopkins was class of 1855, D.D., 1883; Abner Crump Hopkins, Jr., was class of 1888, D.D., 1925; and Abner Crump Hopkins, Jr., was class of 1930, LL.D., 1975. This scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need.

THE ANNA BLACK AND C. RANDOLPH HUDGINS, JR. '46, SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1991 by gifts from Mr. and Mrs. C. Randolph Hudgins, Jr. '46, of Norfolk, Virginia. This scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need. Preference is given to residents of Norfolk, Virginia Beach, or Portsmouth, Virginia, who have demonstrated talents for creative activities or entrepreneurial efforts and who have participated in the worship and work of either the Presbyterian or Episcopal church in their community.

THE EDWIN E. HUNDLEY SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1992 by a bequest from Elizabeth E. Hundley in memory of Edwin Elisha Hundley 1878. The award is given to a student who demonstrates financial need.

THE WILLOUGHBY S. HUNDLEY '12 SCHOLARSHIP was established by Willoughby S. Hundley, Jr. '51 in 2007 as a memorial to his father. Mr. Hundley, Sr. was a member of the college's football team from 1908-1912, and also served as its manager from 1910-1912. A few years after he graduated, he returned to his alma mater to serve as a line coach before moving to Boydton to raise cattle. In 1965, Mr. Hundley made a gift in honor of his classmates that made possible Hundley Stadium, Hampden-Sydney's first permanent stadium. His selfless generosity and love for Hampden-Sydney College were recognized that same year when he was awarded the College's prestigious Algernon Sydney Sullivan Medallion. The scholarship is awarded to students with demonstrated financial need who are in good academic standing with the College. First preference is given to students from Mecklenburg County, Virginia.

THE HURT SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1997 by Dr. W. Glenn Hurt '60 of Richmond, Virginia. The scholarship is intended to assist students with financial need and superior academic achievement. Preference is given to students from Virginia.

THE ROBERT F. HUTCHESON III '35 SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1999 by Mrs. Madeline Hutcheson in memory of her husband. Awards are made to students who demonstrate financial need and who are in good academic standing.

THE HENRY Y. INGRAM SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1992 by a bequest from Hazel Danne Lancaster Ingram in memory of her husband, a member of the graduating class of 1919. The scholarship is for students who have successfully completed their freshman year and is based on financial need

THE THOMAS WYNDHAM JAMISON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1990 by Mr. George B. Cartledge, Jr. '63, Mr. George B. Cartledge, Sr., Mr. Charles I. Lunsford II '64, and Mr. Robert H. Bennett, Jr., of Roanoke, Virginia, in memory of their classmate and friend, Mr. Thomas Wyndham Jamison '62. Awards are based on financial need with preference given to residents of Roanoke, Virginia.

THE J. MONROE JOHNS SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1988 by J. Monroe Johns of Farmville, Virginia. The scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate evidence of financial need. Preference is given to residents of Prince Edward and the seven contiguous counties.

THE ALBERT SIDNEY AND VIRGINIA PARLETT JOHNSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1966 by a gift from Mr. Robert D. Johnson '36. The award is given to a deserving upperclassman who demonstrates financial need.

THE EVA Y. JONES SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1958 by the Second Presbyterian Church of Roanoke, Virginia, to be awarded to a student studying for the ministry. Preference is given to a member of the Presbyterian faith.

THE SAMUEL S. JONES PHI BETA KAPPA SCHOLARSHIP IN THE NATURAL SCIENCES was established in 1984 by Samuel S. Jones '43 to assist gifted students in the natural sciences.

THE JOHN G. KIEFER SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1989 by the Kiefer families of Maryland. The scholarship is awarded to students majoring in a non-scientific field with preference given to residents of the state of Maryland.

THE ROBERT WATKINS KING SCHOLARSHIP was established by gifts from Robert W. King, Jr. '52, in memory of his father, a member of the class of 1918.

THE KIRBY INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP is awarded to an international student who will benefit most from Hampden-Sydney's educational experience while contributing to the life of the College.

THE PAULE KLINE SCHOLARSHIP FOR STUDY IN FRANCE was established in 2007 by Dr. Paule Gounelle Kline, a Modern Languages Department Professor at Hampden-Sydney from 1983 to 1997. It reflects Madame Kline's love for the College and teaching and is meant to foster a better understanding of and appreciation for French language and culture. Academic record, demonstrated financial need, and participation at the French Table are criteria for selection. Applicants are also judged on the content of a paper they must submit to the Chair of the Modern Languages Department explaining why they wish to study in France. First preference will be given to a French major who plans to live with a French family with children of the same age.

THE LAWSON-JOHNSTON SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1993 by Robert W. Lawson, Jr. '30, of Charleston, West Virginia, in memory of his father, Robert W. Lawson; his mother, Mary Easley Craddock Lawson Johnston; and his stepfather, Lewis D. Johnston. The scholarship is awarded to students in good academic standing, deserving of financial assistance. Preference is given to students from Halifax County, Virginia, or Kanawha County, West Virginia.

THE HAROLD G. LEGGETT SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1983 by Hallie Leggett Townsend of Durham, North Carolina, in honor of her brother and supplemented by gifts from other family members.

THE LeHEW SCHOLARSHIP was endowed in 1998 by the families of Dr. Willette L. LeHew '57 of Norfolk and Dr. Richard A. LeHew '59 of Richmond in honor of their father, Dr. Allen Edwin LeHew, and in memory of their mother, Rowena Radcliffe LeHew (1907-1997). Since then, significant gifts have been made to the scholarship in memory of Myrene Putnam LeHew (1939-1999), wife of Dr. Willette LeHew, and upon the death of Dr. Allen LeHew (1907-2005). Preference is given to students from Alleghany County, Virginia.

THE JAMES F. LIPSCOMB '66 SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1997 by Mr. Lipscomb of Richmond, Virginia, to provide assistance based on financial need. Preference is given to students from Henrico or Hanover County who participate broadly in campus extracurricular activities.

THE HERBERT G. AND REVA T. LONAS SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1985 by a gift from East Coast Oil Corporation of Richmond, Virginia, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lonas. This scholarship is administered by the Honors Council as part of the College's Honors Awards. It is one of the endowments which fund the Madison Scholarships, named in honor of President James Madison, a Charter Trustee of the College. These scholarships are reserved for exceptionally qualified students.

THE ALFRED L. LORRAINE, JR., MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1954 by Alfred L. Lorraine, Sr. '14, and Louise Kellogg Lorraine of Richmond, Virginia, in memory of their son. Alfred L. Lorraine, Jr., a member of the Class of 1943, left Hampden-Sydney to volunteer for service in the U. S. Navy in June of 1942. He was reported missing in action over the Philippines on September 25, 1944. The scholarship is awarded to worthy students in need of financial assistance. Preference is given to descendants of Alfred Lorraine, Sr. '14, and Louise Kellogg Lorraine.

THE LOWE-DRAPER SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1990 by Dr. Richard H. Lowe, Jr. '40, and Mr. W. Lynwood Draper. Awards are based on financial need with preference given first to residents of Roanoke City or Roanoke County, Virginia, then to any Virginia resident with need. Although it is not a requirement, recipients are requested to contribute to the Lowe-Draper Scholarship after graduation as their circumstances permit so that the scholarship endowment will continue to grow for the benefit of future generations of students.

THE WILLIAM WEBSTER LUCADO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1991 by a gift from Corneille Lucado, his wife. Mr. William W. Lucado '50 was a dedicated alumnus and a member of the Board of Trustees from 1988 to 1991. This scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need. Preference is given to those who actively participate in campus extracurricular activities.

THE LUCAS FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2008 by Mr. Charles F. Lucas '59 and his wife Carolyn, of Beckley, West Virginia. The scholarship is awarded to an international student who is in good academic standing and demonstrates financial need.

THE GRANGER AND ANNE MACFARLANE SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1986 by John G. III '76 and Dudley W. Macfarlane and named in honor of his parents. This fund is administered by the Honors Council as part of the College's Honors Awards. It is awarded to students from Virginia on the basis of outstanding leadership characteristics demonstrated in their secondary-school careers and superior academic achievement. Preference is given to students from Roanoke and contiguous counties.

THE MARSH USA INC. SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1988 by Johnson & Higgins of Virginia, Inc., in Richmond.

THE JAMES J. MARSHALL, JR., SCHOLARSHIP was established by gifts from Mr. J. J. Marshall, Jr. '34, of New York City. The scholarship is administered by the Honors Council as part of the College's Honors Awards.

THE SAMUEL McDOWELL MARTIN AND VIRGINIA K. MARTIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1982 by a bequest from Mrs. Martin. Preference is given to students who intend to enter the medical profession or the ministry.

THE JAMES BUCKNER MASSEY SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1957 in memory of Dr. Massey, Professor of Bible from 1919-1952. Initially funded as an annual scholarship by Dr. Frank M. Ryburn '45 of Lubbock, Texas, the scholarship received additional gifts from Dr. and Mrs. Ryburn as well as from Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Trotter '35, and other family members to fully endow this fund in memory of Dr. James Buckner Massey. The scholarship is awarded to students with demonstrated financial need who are in good academic standing with the College and who have a strong commitment to their faith. In the spirit of Dr. Massey who always gave to others, in lieu of self, the scholarship recipients are encouraged to support the scholarship during their lifetimes so that other worthy candidates, like themselves, will receive the benefits of a Hampden-Sydney education.

THE ELIZABETH LONG MAYES SCHOLARSHIP was established by D. Carleton "Gus" Mayes '36 in loving memory of his wife. The scholarship is presented annually, based on need, to a number of students with preference first given to students from Dinwiddie County, then to students from Virginia, and then to students from the Southeast.

THE THOMAS T. AND MARTHA L. MAYO SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2002 and endowed in 2007 by Dr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Mayo IV, Mr. and Mrs. William R. Schmidt, and Mrs. Dausey B. Irwin to honor the memory of Dr. Mayo, Mrs. Schmidt, and Mrs. Irwin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Mayo.

THE PHILIP W. McKINNEY SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1964 by a bequest from the estate of Frankie McKinney Van Winkle in honor of her father, Governor Philip W. McKinney, class of 1851.

THE H. W. McLAUGHLIN SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1999 by the grandchildren of Dr. Henry W. McLaughlin, class of 1873, and Nelle Brown McLaughlin to honor the pioneering courage, humanitarian spirit, and love of learning which they both exemplified while ministering to rural mountain congregations in Virginia and West Virginia. Dr. McLaughlin's career as an innovative agriculturist, banker, and national leader of rural development for the Presbyterian Church personified the intellectual diversity Hampden-Sydney promotes. The scholarship is intended to assist students with financial need and superior academic achievement to achieve a diverse educational experience.

THE McVEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1986 by gifts from George Jennings McVey '61 and Henry Hanna McVey III '57 and supplemented by a bequest from the estate of Eva Jennings McVey. The fund is in memory of the donors' father and husband, Henry Hanna McVey, Jr. '12. Scholarships are awarded to well-rounded students who demonstrate leadership both in and out of the classroom and who show financial need.

THE EDMONIA CARRINGTON METCALF INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1990 by a bequest from her estate. This scholarship is awarded, based on need, to rising juniors and seniors who wish to study abroad for one or two semesters in the field of their major.

THE DR. RICHARD A. MICHAUX SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1991 by a gift from Dr. Richard A. '34 and Julia Gray Michaux of Richmond, Virginia. Students who wish to qualify for this award must demonstrate a minimum financial need of 30% of full costs, including tuition, fees, and room and board. Preference is given to students preparing for graduate study in medicine. Recipients must maintain a sufficient grade-point average, as determined by the Director of Financial Aid, that will enable them to be accepted into a medical school.

THE BEN AND MAYO MOOMAW SCHOLARSHIP was established by the gifts of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Franklin Moomaw of Lynchburg, Virginia. The scholarship is administered by the Honors Council as part of the College's Honors Awards.

THE FRED MAY MORTON AND MARY MORTON PLATT SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1963 by a gift from Mary Morton Platt of Baltimore, Maryland, in memory of her brother. The fund has been supplemented by gifts from the Theodore H. Barth Foundation.

THE HEBER JONES MORTON SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1984 by a bequest from the estate of Mary Womack Morton in memory of her husband, Dr. Heber Jones Morton 1905. The scholarship is designated for the assistance of pre-medical students.

THE ANTHONY J. MUÑOZ, M.D., INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2005 by Dr. Muñoz at the behest of his children. A native of Spain who survived that country's civil war (1936-1939), he went on to study medicine, with the help of scholarships, at the University of Valencia and the University of Paris. Dr. Muñoz came to Farmville in 1961, where he practiced medicine as a thoracic surgeon for twenty-four years. He also served as a physician for the Hampden-Sydney football team, as a member of the board of the Hampden-Sydney Music Festival, and in numerous other volunteer and professional organizations in the greater community. Designed to foster intercultural exchange between the College's students and the people of Spain, the Muñoz International Scholarship offers aid to students for travel and study in Spain. Should there be no students choosing to study in Spain in a given year, the scholarship may be awarded to one who chooses to study in France or Italy.

THE HARRY HAVENER MUNROE SCHOLARSHIP was established by a bequest from Elizabeth Munroe Jones of Laurinburg, North Carolina, in memory of her father, Harry Havener Munroe 1901, D.D. '26. Preference is given to students of high scholastic standing.

THE JOSEPH LEE AND MARGARET EAST NELSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1976 by Mrs. Nelson to provide scholarships for students of superior academic ability who are in need of financial assistance. Preference in selecting recipients for scholarships is afforded Virginia students of the Christian faith who have formed a present intention to seek full-time Christian service as ordained ministers or missionaries, or, in the alternative, preference is afforded students who have formed a desire to enter the teaching profession.

THE MAURICE NOTTINGHAM, JR., SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1988 by gifts from Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Nottingham, Jr. '56, and their sons, James M. Nottingham '83 and Robert R. Nottingham '85 of Richmond, Virginia. This scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need. Preference is given to pre-medical students from the Eastern Shore of Virginia.

THE WALLACE C. NUNLEY SCHOLARSHIP was established by Dr. Wallace C. Nunley '44 of Clifton Forge, Virginia, and Dr. Wallace C. Nunley, Jr. '69.

THE THEODORE G. OFFTERDINGER, JR., AND VIRGINIA C. WILLIAMSON SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1981 through gifts from Mr. and Mrs. Theodore G. Offterdinger, Sr. '41, and friends in memory of Theodore G. Offterdinger, Jr. '74, and Virginia C. Williamson. Preference is given to students who have demonstrated academic excellence and outstanding leadership characteristics in their secondary-school careers. The scholarship is administered by the Honors Council as a part of the College's Honors Awards.

THE ELBERT P. OSBORNE, JR. '59 SCHOLARSHIP was established by a gift from Dr. Elbert P. Osborne, Jr. '59. The scholarship is awarded to students in good academic standing and of good character who demonstrate financial need. First preference is given to students from Southside Virginia and then to other students from Virginia, either of whom intend to pursue a career in dentistry, medicine, or other science-related fields, in that respective order.

THE HINTON BAXTER AND EMMA RESSLER OVERCASH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1996 by Miss Dorothy Overcash of Winchester, Virginia, in memory of her parents. Awards are made to students in good academic standing, deserving of financial assistance, with preference given to students who demonstrate diligence and integrity.

THE JOHN ATKINSON OWEN SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1998 by Dr. John A. Owen, Jr. '45, of Charlottesville, in memory of his father, Dr. John A. Owen, Sr., class of 1899. The scholarship is awarded to students with financial need, with preference given to residents of the South Central Virginia counties of Brunswick, Charlotte, Halifax, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, and Prince Edward. Additional preference is given to Presbyterian students.

THE HON. WILLIAM L. OWEN SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2007 in honor of Mr. Owen by his great-grandson, Dr. John A. Owen, Jr. Class of 1945, and his family. Mr. Owen was a prominent member of the Committee of Nine, a group of Virginia leaders responsible for Virginia being readmitted to the Union following the Civil War. He served as a Trustee of the College from 1876 to 1881, and sent two of his sons to Hampden-Sydney, beginning an Owen legacy at the College. The scholarship is awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and respectable academic standing with the College. First preference is given to students from Halifax County and then to students majoring in history.

THE RICHARD C. PARKER SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1980 by Mr. and Mrs. William A. Parker, Jr., and their son, Richard C. Parker '81. The scholarship carries a minimum stipend of $750 and is awarded each year to a freshman who has demonstrated those qualities of leadership, organization, assertiveness, and affability which so well suit a young man for a business career. Preference is given to students from Georgia.

THE TRUMAN ALFRED PARKER SCHOLARSHIPS were established by a bequest from Judith H. M. Parker of La Jolla, California. Students in the pre-medical program are given preference.

THE PATTERSON SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2005 through the bequest of Mark Whitehead Patterson '80 in memory of his parents, William S. Patterson '41 and Nancy Patterson Driskill; his uncle, Charles G. Patterson, Jr. '37; and in honor of his brother, P. Tulane Patterson '78. The Financial Aid office at Hampden-Sydney College awards the scholarship to students in good academic standing and of good character who demonstrate financial need. Preference is first given to students from Lynchburg, Virginia.

THE WILLIAM C. PEAKE '51 SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1995 by Ferguson Enterprises in honor of Mr. Peake's long and accomplished career with the Company. First employed by Ferguson in 1955, Mr. Peake became its Executive Vice President in 1989. The endowment was funded by Ferguson Enterprises and Wolseley plc, and by Mr. Peake's friends, business associates, and family members. The scholarship is administered by the Honors Council as part of the College's Honors Awards.

THE FRANK D. PENDLETON '72 MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2005 by his sister Catherine P. Caspole, his brothers Edmund and John W. Pendleton '68, and his friends and Hampden-Sydney fraternal brothers. It is awarded to students with financial need who demonstrate academic excellence, character, and leadership in campus activities. Preference is given to students from Wythe County or Southwest Virginia.

THE PHILIP MORRIS SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1982 in memory of Benjamin A. Soyars '40 for his long and dedicated service to the Philip Morris Company and the College. Each year four students are chosen as Philip Morris Scholars.

THE JACK H. POWELL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1993 by Dr. Jack H. Powell, Jr., and Dr. J. H. Powell III '73. This scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need and who uphold the ideals of Hampden-Sydney College. Preference is given to students from Newnan, Georgia, and surrounding Coweta County.

THE WILLIAM T. PUGH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1968 by Mr. and Mrs. John Tucker Percy of Lynchburg, Virginia, in memory of Dr. Pugh '23, a former member of the Board of Trustees. Additional gifts to this fund were made by Central Fidelity Bank of Lynchburg, family members, and friends. The scholarship is awarded to pre-medical students.

THE READ-LANCASTER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established through gifts from Mrs. Edmonia C. L. Metcalf of Charlottesville, Virginia, in memory of her mother, Mrs. Agnes Elizabeth Read Lancaster, and her uncles, Mr. Abram Carrington Read, class of 1883, and Mr. Isaac Mayo Read, class of 1887. In addition to recognizing her immediate family, Mrs. Metcalf specified the scholarship as a memorial to the Reads of "Greenfield," Charlotte County, Virginia.

THE SAMUEL MACON REED SCHOLARSHIP was established by Frederick W. Young, Jr. '44, of Knoxville, Tennessee, in memory of Samuel Macon Reed, who served the College from 1922 through 1950 as a professor of mathematics, and from 1923 through 1936 as dean. Preference is given to juniors or seniors majoring in mathematics or computer science, or to sophomores who plan to major in those disciplines. Students should demonstrate financial need and be in good academic standing.

THE ANDERSON M. RENICK, JR., M.D., SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2000 by Dr. Renick '51. The Financial Aid office at Hampden-Sydney College awards the scholarship to a different recipient each year. The selected student must be in good academic standing, and preference is given to students who are pursuing health sciences or medicine as a career.

THE RICHARD S. REYNOLDS SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1989 by the Richard S. Reynolds Foundation of Richmond, Virginia. This scholarship honors the founder of Reynolds Metals Company for his pioneer leadership and philanthropic generosity.

THE GEORGE RICHARDSON, JR., SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2000 by Robert M. Richardson '38 and his wife, Elizabeth R. Richardson, in memory of Mr. Richardson's father, George Richardson, Jr., class of 1910. The Financial Aid office at Hampden-Sydney College awards the scholarship to students in good academic standing and of good character who demonstrate financial need and who have completed their freshman year. Recipients are asked to repay the scholarship funds they receive to the College's scholarship endowment as soon after graduation as their circumstances permit, so that the scholarship endowment will continue to grow for the benefit of future generations of students. Preference is given to students from West Virginia and Virginia.

THE TINA RICHARDSON SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1975 by Mrs. A. B. Richardson of Roanoke, Virginia.

THE CLARENCE B. ROBERTSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1969 by a bequest from Mr. Robertson '15, a former member of the Board of Trustees.

THE PHILIP ROME SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2001 as a memorial to Philip deButts Rome '68, loyal alumnus and former Trustee of the College, by his fellow alumni, family, and friends. Preference is given to students whose character, integrity, and diverse involvement in the classroom, in civic activities, and in other extracurricular activities set them apart as leaders. By their hard work and achievements, they are "good men and good citizens." Candidates must have a 3.0 grade-point average to qualify and must maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5 to keep the scholarship the following year. Financial need is considered but is not a criterion in the awarding of this scholarship.

THE C.F. SAUER SCHOLARSHIP was established by The C.F. Sauer Company and Conrad F. Sauer IV '72 in 2004 to honor his family and to enrich the lives of countless young men who otherwise might not gain the benefits of a Hampden-Sydney education. First preference is given to students with demonstrated need from Douglas S. Freeman High School, then to students from Henrico County, and finally to students from the contiguous counties. It is the hope of the family that the recipients will become involved members of their communities and that they, at some future date, consider supporting the scholarship with the resources available to them.

THE JOHN B. AND PEGGY C. SCHUG SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1999 by Dr. John B. Schug '52 and his wife, Peggy C. Schug, of Charlotte, North Carolina. They honor the memory of Mrs. Schug's father, Tyrus (Ty) Raymond Cobb, Jr., and grandfather, Tyrus (Ty) Raymond Cobb, Sr. The scholarship is awarded to upperclassmen in good academic standing who demonstrate financial need. Preference is given to well-rounded students who participate in extracurricular activities.

THE SCOTT & STRINGFELLOW INVESTMENT CORP. SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1991 by Scott & Stringfellow Investment Corp., Richmond, Virginia. Preference is given to students who express interest in teaching careers.

THE SHUMADINE SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1992 by gifts from Hampden-Sydney College Trustee and Alumnus William F. Shumadine, Jr. '66, of Richmond in memory of his father, Dr. William F. Shumadine. Income from the fund is used in support of students in good academic standing and deserving of financial assistance.

THE FRANK J. AND MARY ALICE SIMES SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1994 by Dr. Frank J. and Mrs. Mary Alice Simes. Dr. Simes was a former academic dean and professor of the College. Awards are based on demonstrated financial need. Preference is given to students who display leadership qualities.

THE BRADLEY SCOTT SIMMS SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2001 by alumni, family, and friends as a memorial to Brad Simms '85, a third-generation graduate of Hampden-Sydney College and a member of the football team and Kappa Alpha Order. The scholarship is awarded every four years to an incoming freshman who demonstrates financial need and is not under consideration for an honors scholarship. First preference is given to students from Martinsville or Fredericksburg, Virginia, and their surrounding counties, and then to students from the state of Virginia. It is hoped that upon graduation the young men who receive this scholarship will contribute to its growth, thus giving back to others what was given to them.

THE WILLIAM E. SIMON SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1999 with a grant from the William E. Simon Foundation, to support the belief that the free-enterprise system that has served America and her people so well depends for its survival on keeping opportunities for advancement open to everyone. The scholarship is named for financier and philanthropist William E. Simon, who served as U.S. Secretary of the Treasury from 1974 to 1977. Preference is given to students with financial need who demonstrate outstanding extracurricular achievement, sound moral character, and leadership potential.

THE JOHN SMITH SIMPSON, JOHN DABNEY SIMPSON, AND JAMES LUPTON SIMPSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2000 by a gift from Helen B. Simpson of Paeonian Springs, Virginia, as a memorial to her father, John Smith Simpson, class of 1877, and her two brothers, John Dabney Simpson and James Lupton Simpson, both of the class of 1925. All of these men taught school in Loudoun County, Virginia. Preference is given to students pursuing a career in education and first to students who are from Loudoun County or Harrisonburg, Virginia.

THE HAROLD W. AND NELL R. SMITH SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2002 through the Estate of Nell Remines Smith. Mrs. Smith's husband, Harold Whitley Smith, was a member of the Class of 1934 and owner and manager of Harold Smith Ford and Mercury for forty-three years. The Financial Aid office at Hampden-Sydney College awards the scholarship to students in good academic standing who demonstrate financial need. Preference is given first to students from Buchanan County, Virginia; secondly to those from Southwest Virginia; and then to those from Virginia.

THE REGINALD GILBERT SMITH SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1986 by gifts from alumni, parents, and friends who wished to honor Mr. Smith, a long-time employee of the College. The fund aids minority students with preference given to graduates of Prince Edward County High School.

THE RICHARD OWEN "RICK" SNYDER '74 MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1997 by Mr. and Mrs. Owen A. Snyder of Richmond, Virginia, in memory of their son. The scholarship is awarded to students in good academic standing and deserving of financial assistance.

THE S. BRUCE AND GLADYS CURTIS SPENCER SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1986 by Mr. and Mrs. S. Bruce Spencer '37 of Farmville, Virginia, to provide assistance based on financial need to those participating broadly in campus extracurricular activities. The scholarship is awarded to North Carolina and Virginia students with preference to residents of Buckingham, Cumberland, and Prince Edward Counties of Virginia.

THE IRMA CHAPPELL AND WILLIS McCOLLUM SPRINKLE SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2001 by Mrs. Irma C. Sprinkle of Marion, Virginia, in memory of her husband, Dr. Willis M. Sprinkle, class of 1920. The scholarship is awarded to students entering or previously enrolled in the Pre-medical Studies program. First preference is given to students from Smyth County, Virginia; then to students from the Virginia counties of Grayson, Tazewell, Washington, and Wythe; then to students from the Virginia counties of Bland, Buchanan, Carroll, Dickinson, Lee, Russell, Scott, and Wise, and the cities of Bristol, Galax, and Norton. Should there be no students from these geographical areas, the scholarship is awarded to students from the Commonwealth of Virginia at large.

THE SPRINT FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1990 by the Centel Foundation of Chicago, Illinois, to recognize the contributions of Wilson B. Garnett, a native of Prince Edward County, to the Centel Corporation. Preference is given to students from Prince Edward County.

THE STAMPS SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1936 by a gift from Mrs. F. S. Royster of Norfolk, Virginia, in memory of her father, Dr. William L. Stamps, and of her brothers, Mr. Edward R. Stamps, class of 1867, and Dr. Thomas Stamps, class of 1868.

THE C. V. STARR SCHOLARSHIP was established by the Starr Foundation of New York. Recipients of the Starr Scholarship are selected on the basis of superior intellectual achievement and outstanding leadership characteristics, as well as financial need.

THE HERBERT R. STOKES SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1989 by a gift from Mr. Herbert R. Stokes '40 of Farmville, Virginia, in memory of his grandfather, Colin Stokes, class of 1865, his father, Herbert T. Stokes, class of 1897, and his uncle, H. Straughan Stokes, class of 1900. Preference is given to residents of Prince Edward and the seven contiguous counties.

THE GEORGE ELLIS SUMMERS SCHOLARSHIP, honoring Ellis Summers, a graduate of the Class of 1997, was established in 1998 by his father, George Ellis Summers, and augmented by a gift from Charles Hill Jones, Jr., a Trustee of the College. The scholarship is awarded with preference given to an industrious student with demonstrated financial need who has yet to prove his academic skills and therefore would not be eligible for an honors scholarship. The recipient should be well rounded, have a keen interest in extracurricular activities, and be from one of the following areas: Long Island and the county of Queens in New York; the counties of Morris, Bergen, Essex, Middlesex in New Jersey; Fairfield County in Connecticut; Montgomery and Delaware Counties in Pennsylvania; and Palm Beach and Broward Counties in Florida.

THE SULLIVAN SCHOLARSHIPS have been provided by the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation of Oxford, Mississippi (formerly of New York) since 1936 in memory of Algernon Sydney Sullivan, founder and first president of the New York Southern Society.

THE SYDNOR FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1999 by the Sydnor family of Charlottesville, Virginia. The Financial Aid Office at Hampden-Sydney College awards the scholarship to students in good academic standing.

THE ROBERT J. THALMAN SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2000 by alumni, family, and friends in honor of Coach Robert J. Thalman, who served on the College's coaching staff 1953-1960 and as Athletic Director and head football

coach 1956-1960. This scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need.

THE EVELYN FITTS THOMAS SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1990 by a bequest from her estate. This scholarship is awarded to those students in the top third of their class who are pursuing a course of study in the pre-medical, pre-nursing, or another health-care field. Preference is given to residents of Henry or Patrick County, or the city of Martinsville, Virginia.

THE GRAVES H. THOMPSON '27 SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1996 by gifts from alumni, friends, and colleagues in honor of Dr. Graves H. Thompson '27, Blair Professor Emeritus of Latin. Preference is given to a Classics major, or otherwise to a student majoring in a field of the humanities. Financial need is only a secondary consideration.

THE TOPPING-LORRAINE SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2002 by William B. Graham '43 in honor of his two college roommates, George Olin Topping '43 and Lt. Alfred L. Lorraine, Jr. '43. Preference is first given to students in good academic standing from Virginia's Northern Neck and then to students from Virginia.

THE KATHERINE S. AND PAUL S. TRIBLE SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1983 by former U.S. Senator Paul S. Trible, Jr. '68, in honor of his parents. The scholarship is awarded to a Virginian who plans a career in business or government. The scholarship is administered by the Honors Council as part of the College's Honors Awards.

THE PAUL TRIBLE PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1989 by former U. S. Senator Paul S. Trible, Jr. '68, of Virginia. A recipient is named annually from among those in the Public Service Certificate Program.

THE ALBERT JAMES TRUITT AND JULIA HARRISON TRUITT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS were established in 1949 through a bequest under the will of Julia E. Truitt of Norfolk, Virginia, and are given for the assistance of students studying for the ministry.

THE ACHILLES L. TYNES SCHOLARSHIPS were established in 1958 by the Misses Eliza I. and Frances M. Tynes of Tazewell, Virginia, in memory of their brother, a member of the class of 1894 and a trustee of the College for 36 years.

THE UNIVERSAL LEAF FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2004 by the Foundation to give worthy students the opportunity to attend Hampden-Sydney College. The scholarship is awarded to students in good standing who are in need of financial assistance. Preference is given to students from Virginia.

THE RICHARD MORTON VENABLE SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1964 by a gift of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morton Venable '20 of Charleston, West Virginia. Mr. Venable was a direct descendant of Nathaniel Venable of "Slate Hill," one of Hampden-Sydney's founders and a Charter Trustee. The scholarship is administered by the Honors Council as part of the College's Honors Awards.

THE VERIZON SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1992 by gifts from Verizon Virginia, Inc. (formerly C & P Telephone Company of Virginia). It is awarded to students in good academic standing who demonstrate financial need.

THE VIAR SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1994 by Trustee Joseph F. Viar, Jr. '63. This scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need and who uphold the ideals of Hampden-Sydney College. In keeping with the Hampden-Sydney tradition of the well-rounded man, preference is given to students who participate in extracurricular activities.

THE WACHOVIA BANK, N.A., SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1991. Award is based on financial need; preference is given to students from Virginia who are economics majors.

THE WADDELL-GORDON SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1952 by Mr. James W. Gordon, Jr. '32, of Richmond, Virginia, as a memorial to Dr. James Waddell (1739-1805), "the blind preacher," and Colonel James Gordon of Lancaster County (1714-1768), leaders in the establishment of the Presbyterian Church in the Colony of Virginia. James Gordon's granddaughter and James Waddell's daughter, Janetta Waddell, was the wife of Archibald Alexander, third president of Hampden-Sydney College.

THE H. EWING WALL SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2008 in memory of H. Ewing Wall, Hampden-Sydney Class of 1922, by his wife, Anne Moncure Wall, his son, Marion M. Wall, and posthumously by his son H. Ewing Wall, Jr. '56 through the H. Ewing Wall, Jr. Foundation. Income from the Wall Foundation Fund is used in support of students in good academic standing and in need of financial assistance.

THE JOSEPH MOSS WHITE AND JOSEPHINE VIRGINIA BROWN WHITE SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1975 by Mr. Joseph W. White, Jr. '54, Mr. James S. White, and Dr. Paul F. White '60 in honor of their parents, and supplemented by memorial gifts in honor of Mr. J. M. White '25.

THE GORDON C. WILLIS SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1985 by Gordon C. Willis '42 of Roanoke, Virginia, in memory of his brother, Holman Willis, Jr. '38. The scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate evidence of financial need.

THE JASPER DENNIS WILSON SCHOLARSHIP was established in 1996 by his son, Hampden-Sydney President Samuel V. Wilson. Preference is given to African-American students and, to the extent practicable, to those who intend to major in English.

THE WISE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP was established in 2009 by the Wise Foundation of Marshall, Virginia. Preference is given to students in good standing who demonstrate financial need.

THE EDWARD W. WOLCOTT SCHOLARSHIP was established in the fall of 2000 in memory of Eddie Wolcott '43 by his classmates and friends. The scholarship is presented annually to a student who is in good academic standing and shows leadership abilities. Preference is given to students from the south Hampton Roads area.

THE JESSIE REAMES YOUNG AND CHARLES REAMES YOUNG SCHOLARSHIP was established by Mr. Fred W. Young, Sr. 1909, and supplemented by gifts from Mr. Fred W. Young, Jr. '44. Preference is given to residents of Dinwiddie County or Petersburg, Virginia.