Caroline D Bradley Scholarship Program
The Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship is a scholarship for graduate students studying in the field of American Studies at the University of Hawaii. This scholarship is for three years, with awards ranging from $5,000 to $10,000 per year. The Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship was established in 2010 by William S. Richardson School of Law Professor William Patton in memory of his late wife, Caroline D. Bradley Patton.
Bradley University Scholarships program
Bradley University offers a variety of scholarships that allow students to finance their education in a way that best suits their needs. There are merit-based scholarships to recognize academic achievement, as well as need-based scholarships for those who demonstrate financial need. In addition, up to 45% of tuition may be covered by federal student loans. Scholarships are competitive and require an application, which will specify when it is due.
Edward S. Roth Manufacturing Engineering Scholarship program
The Edward S. Roth Manufacturing Engineering Scholarship was established in 2003 to support students from the Eastern U.S. who are enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program in manufacturing engineering or related fields at a higher education institution. The scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic merit and evidence of leadership, evidence of community involvement, and evidence of entrepreneurial spirit.
Exelon Scholarship program
Exelon Scholarships are merit-based scholarships for students who major in science, technology, engineering or math. The scholarship is open to junior and senior undergraduate students from any school. Eligible candidates must have a 3.0 GPA and be pursuing a degree in a STEM field. The scholarship award is $3,000 per semester and provides a renewable 3-year award to eligible recipients.
Chad Bradley Scholarship Award program
Since 2006, the Chad Bradley Scholarship Award has been given to two deserving graduating high school seniors. That year, Chad was tragically killed in a car accident. His mother, Vicki Bradley, wanted to do something for her son and decided the best way to honor him would be to give away $5000 each year to two graduating seniors who embody his values of leadership, perseverance and community service.