BSEC - Scholarships & Financial Aid
Wayne State College is committed to providing a quality affordable education for its students. There are several types of financial assistance available for Wayne State students, including grants, loans, work-study, and scholarships. The aid packages are composed of money from Pell grants, SEOG grants, SSIG grants, Perkins loans, Stafford student loans, PLUS loans and a variety of scholarships. Contact the Financial Aid Office at (402) 375-7230 for further information.
Various scholarships and their amounts available to current business and economics majors for the 2007-2008 academic year were:
CHARLES B. GRIFFIN AND FLORENCE KINDLER GRIFFIN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
The scholarship is awarded to a full-time business major. The student is to demonstrate financial need.
DELTA SIGMA PI--WILLARD WOLLENHAUPT SCHOLARSHIPS
THE GNUSE-KROHN SCHOLARSHIP
ROY D. CHRISTIANSEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS STATE BANK OF WAYNE SCHOLARSHIP
The Farmers and Merchants State Bank of Wayne Scholarship is awarded to a Wayne-Carroll High School graduate enrolled full-time in business. Preference is given to a business education major. The recipient must be enrolled full-time with at least 60 semester hours earned with a minimum 2.7 GPA.
NEBRASKA SOCIETY OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS SCHOLARSHIPS
Amount: Two $750 scholarships
CHRISTENSEN BROZEK FALTYS, PC ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
The recipient of this scholarship should be an accounting major from hometowns within a 60 mile radius of Norfolk going into their junior year. Recipients must carry a GPA of at least 3.0. First preference to accounting majors in the 150 hour program.
Amount: Two $750 scholarships
ROBERT JORDAN SCHOLARSHIP
The Robert Jordan Scholarship is awarded to a full-time business major whose permanent residence is in Wayne County, Nebraska. The recipient must demonstrate two or more of the following characteristics: financial need, superior academic performance, outstanding personal characteristics, or promise of significant service to the college community.
STATE NATIONAL BANK SCHOLARSHIP
WSC MARKETING FACULTY ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
Awarded to a marketing major, advertising major or advertising minor. Recipient must be full-time and have a minimum GPA of 3.2 based on at least 60 hours of undergraduate course work.
THE JIM & VERA HUMMEL SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is awarded to a full-time non-traditional student majoring in business administration. The student must be a junior with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
DELTA SIGMA PI/KEN HALSEY SCHOLARSHIP
Dr. Ken Halsey was a professor in the Division of Business from 1971-74, 1987-98. He served as interim President of Wayne State College for the 1998-99 academic year. In 1995, he was a recipient of the Nebraska State College System “Teacher Excellence Award” and was named “National Advisor of the Year” by the Professional Fraternity Association.
BARBARA K. KANTER SCHOLARSHIP
The recipient of this scholarship shall be a business major with financial need. First reference to a student from a rural background.
PHI BETA LAMBDA SCHOLARSHIP
BUSINESS FACULTY SCHOLARSHIPS
Amount: $300 (four awarded)
TAMRA J. VITERNA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Financial need, scholastic ability, and character were the primary criteria for your being selected.
COBB & MARGARET OLSEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
S. EDWIN JONES-KAY CORPORATION SCHOLARSHIP
Academic record, character, and promise as a college representative were the primary criteria for selection.