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									                                     ACCOUNTING SCHOLARSHIPS

         ACCOUNTING ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships are made possible by Northwood University Accounting Alumni. The
         award is presented to a student majoring in Accounting entering his/her junior or senior
         year in the year of the award. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and demonstrate academic
         excellence, leadership ability, the potential to excel in the field of accounting, and financial
         need. The members of the faculty in the accounting department select the individual with final
         approval to be made by the chairperson of the accounting department. Restricted to the
         MICHIGAN campus. (E)

         JEFFREY A. BENNETT ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple awards will be made from this scholarship with the amount of the scholarship
         determined on a case by case basis. Applicants must be studying Accounting on the
         MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University and have obtained a minimum cumulative grade
         point average of 3.0. Academic merit and financial need will be a consideration. (E)

         WILLIAM R. BRYDEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Three scholarships to be awarded. First preference will be given to students interested in
         Automotive Accounting. Scholarships will be based upon demonstrated financial need and
         academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Accounting curriculum at the
         MICHIGAN, FLORIDA and/or TEXAS campus(s) of Northwood University. (E)

         RYAN R. HECKMAN/BANK OF AMERICA ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Two awards for scholarship will be based upon academic merit and financial need. Applicants
         must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Accounting or Banking & Finance/Management program
         of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. First preference for this
         scholarship will be given to a freshman student from Laker High School in Pigeon, MI. (A)

         WILLIS AND JEWELL MORRIS SCHOLARSHIP
         This award is made possible by Northwood alum, W. Howard Morris. The award is to be given
         to a current, full-time student or an incoming freshman. Applicants must be U.S. citizens.
         Eligible applicants include minority students majoring in Accounting. A minimum GPA of 2.5
         will be considered. Restricted to the MICHIGAN campus. (A)

         NORTHWOOD NETWORK SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships, funded by Northwood University alumni, are available to upperclassmen,
         enrolled in the Accounting program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood
         University. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. A one-page essay which tells why they
         selected Northwood University, why they are studying accounting and why they feel
         they should receive this scholarship should accompany the application. Candidates for
         this scholarship will be asked to participate in a personal interview by the Northwood Network
         scholarship committee who will select the recipients. (A)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                               ACCOUNTING SCHOLARSHIPS, continued

         YEO AND YEO SCHOLARSHIP
         This award is made possible by the regional accounting firm, Yeo and Yeo, Certified Public
         Accountants. The award is to be presented to a student majoring in accounting who will
         become a senior in the year of the award, demonstrating academic excellence and possessing
         the potential to succeed in the public accounting profession. The recipient must be a U.S.
         citizen and indicate his or her intention to enter the certified public accounting profession after
         graduation. The faculty members of the accounting department select the recipient.
         Restricted to the MICHIGAN campus. (A)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                                     ADVERTISING SCHOLARSHIPS

         Bob Ellis/Northwood University Endowed Scholarship
         Scholarship(s) available to students studying Advertising on the MICHIGAN campus of
         Northwood University. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. Scholarship awards will be based
         upon demonstrated academic merit, financial need and career interest. (E)

         PROFESSOR RUSSELL G. FINLEY ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for this scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic
         merit. Applicants must be enrolled in one of the programs of study leading to the Bachelor of
         Business Administration Degree in Advertising or Marketing at the FLORIDA campus of
         Northwood University. To be eligible, candidates must have completed at least 88 quarter
         hours of college work prior to the academic year for which the scholarship is awarded. All
         students applying for this scholarship must be accepted and committed students for the year in
         which they are applying and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 3.0 cumulative.
         (A)

         ANDREW S. FRIEND FAMILY ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship to be awarded to a student enrolled in the Advertising program of study at the
         MICHIGAN campus. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and have obtained a minimum grade
         point average of 2.5 cumulative. First preference will be given to a student who is a military
         veteran. (A)

         JERRY MILLAR ADVERTISING SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship to be awarded to a student studying Advertising or Marketing on the
         MICHIGAN campus. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. (E)

         KERRY L. SUMMERS MEMORIAL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Applicants for this scholarship must be female U.S. citizens majoring in Advertising or
         Marketing on the MICHIGAN campus, obtain satisfactory grades and demonstrate financial
         need. Donor prefers candidates who are willing to keep in contact with donor after candidate’s
         graduation. (E)

         NORMAN C. “SLIM” RUMPLE JOURNALISM SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship will be awarded to a student studying on the MICHIGAN campus of
         Northwood University. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen and show an interest in journalism,
         show academic merit and financial need. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                                  AUTOMOTIVE MARKETING SCHOLARSHIPS

         AIADA/JOHN E. ANDREWS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships are available. Awards are based upon need, as determined by the
         Financial Aid Office. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in Automotive Marketing, and
         be the employee or child of an employee who is a member of the American International
         Automobile Dealers Association. A letter from an AIADA dealer must accompany the
         scholarship application. Restricted to the MICHIGAN campus. (A)

         AIADA/JOHN E. ANDREWS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship to be awarded based upon need, as determined by the Financial Aid Office.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in Automotive Marketing, and be the employee or
         child of an employee who is a member of the American International Automobile Dealers
         Association. A letter from an AIADA dealer must accompany the scholarship application.
         Restricted to the MICHIGAN campus. (E)

         ARRIGO FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship to be awarded to a student studying Automotive Marketing or Accounting at
         the FLORIDA campus of Northwood University. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and have
         obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (A)

         AUTO DEALERS UNITED FOR KIDS SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded to students enrolled in the Automotive
         Marketing/Management program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University.
         Applicants for this scholarship must be from the geographic area served by the Northwest Ohio
         Auto Dealers Association. All students applying for scholarship must be accepted and
         committed students for the year in which they are applying and have obtained a minimum
         grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (A)

         AUTO TRADER PUBLISHING/NIADA SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship to be awarded to a Northwood University student studying at one of the three
         Northwood University campuses. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Automotive
         Marketing/Management program of study. All students applying for this scholarship must be
         admitted and committed for the year in which they are applying and have obtained a minimum
         grade point average of 3.0 cumulative. (A)

         MARGARET A. BARTUSH ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship is available. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Automotive
         Marketing program of study at the MICHIGAN, FLORIDA and/or TEXAS campus. (E)

         THE BENEFITS DEPARTMENT ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarships to be awarded to talented students studying Automotive Marketing/Management
         or Automotive Aftermarket/Management at the FLORIDA campus. Applicants must be U.S.
         citizens, must have SOPHOMORE status and have obtained a minimum grade point average
         of 2.5 cumulative. (A)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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         AUTOMOTIVE MARKETING SCHOLARSHIPS, CONT.
         BMW DIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship to be awarded to a minority student studying Automotive
         Marketing/Management at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. Applicants must
         have a 3.0 GPA, or above, demonstrate financial need and entering or in their junior or senior
         year. Applicants must also demonstrate good citizenship including leadership and community
         involvement. Candidates must submit a two page, double spaced essay on two themes: how
         their personal goals relate to the corporate philosophy of BMW; an independent company of
         ideas, a company where ideas live on to become Ultimate Driving Machines. Second, how
         their personal goals would embrace a career in the retail side of the automobile business. (A)

         CALIFORNIA MOTOR CAR DEALERS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships will be awarded. Scholarship awards will be based upon demonstrated
         financial need and academic merit. Applicants must be a CALIFORNIA resident and a U.S.
         citizen, enrolled in Automotive Marketing/Management at the MICHIGAN, FLORIDA, TEXAS
         or Cerritos College/Northwood University campus(s). Priority will be given to students from
         automotive related (dealers or associate) businesses. Applicants must be admitted and
         committed to attending Northwood University for the year in which they are inquiring and have
         obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative, submit a one-page essay on
         their career goals, and furnish two letters of reference. Recipients are required to
         communicate with:
         Mr. Bruce Sedlesky, California Motor Car Dealers Association, 420 Culver Boulevard, Playa
         Del Rey, CA 90203 and provide a copy of their academic transcript at the end of each term.

         CHASE AUTO FINANCE ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         One Scholarship to be awarded to a student enrolled in the Automotive
         Marketing/Management program of study at the Michigan, Florida, and/or Texas campuses
         of Northwood University. Applicants must be U.S. citizens with demonstrated financial need
         and have obtained a minimum grade point of 3.0 cumulative. (A)

         ROBERT E. COOK ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Two scholarships are available. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Automotive
         Marketing program, at either the FLORIDA, TEXAS OR MICHIGAN campus, maintain a
         satisfactory grade point average and demonstrate financial need. (E)

         PETER COOPER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         To apply for this scholarship, applicant must be a U.S. citizen, enrolled in the Automotive
         Marketing program of study. First preference will be given to candidates residing in
         Mid-Michigan marketing area. Demonstrated financial need and academic merit are
         considered but not necessary. Restricted to the MICHIGAN campus. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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         AUTOMOTIVE MARKETING SCHOLARSHIPS, CONT.
         PAUL CRUM MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Two scholarships to be awarded to qualified students enrolled at the TEXAS campus of
         Northwood University. One scholarship will be awarded to a student enrolled in the
         Automotive Marketing/Management program of study and one will be awarded to a student
         enrolled in any program of study with financial need and academic merit. Applicants must be
         U.S. citizens, must show career interest as well as closely resemble the same enthusiasm for
         life, education and career that Paul Crum so loved. Applicants must have obtained a minimum
         grade point average of 2.5. (E)

         JACK DEMMER FORD ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship will provide financial assistance to students showing financial need, academic
         merit and enrolled in the Automotive Marketing program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of
         Northwood University. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. (E)

         E. HEALY DOWD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship. Applicants for this scholarship must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the
         Automotive Marketing program at the TEXAS campus. Recipient must demonstrate academic
         excellence, enthusiasm, interest and ambition for the industry. (E)

         DON FOSS/NIADA ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded to students enrolled in Automotive Marketing at any one of
         the three Northwood University campuses. Awards for scholarship will be based upon
         academic merit, financial need and career interest. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and the
         child or grandchild of an employee or a member of the NIADA. Applicants are required to
         complete an application each year and furnish at least one letter of reference, excluding
         relatives. A letter from an NIADA dealer must accompany the application. (A)

         MICHAEL W. FOX MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship was established in 2004 in memory of Michael Fox to provide financial
         assistance to students studying Automotive Marketing/Management at the MICHIGAN campus
         of Northwood University. First preference will be given to a student from Oakland, Wayne or
         Macomb County, followed by from the state of Michigan. Awards for this scholarship will be
         based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit. Applicants must be U.S.
         citizens. (E)

         ROBERT “TIGER” FRUIN SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarships are available to students enrolled in the Automotive Marketing program.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens. First preference is given to students from the Detroit,
         Michigan area. Restricted to the MICHIGAN campus. (E)

         LOU FUSZ AUTOMOTIVE NETWORK SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship is to be awarded to a student enrolled in the Automotive Marketing/
         Management program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. Applicants
         must be U.S. citizens and have a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)



(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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         AUTOMOTIVE MARKETING SCHOLARSHIPS, CONT
         JAMES GARFIELD ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship is available. Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens from the Cleveland
         Metro area. Students must be enrolled in the Automotive Marketing program, demonstrate
         financial need, academic merit and career interest. (E)

         WILLIAM R. GORMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships will be awarded to students studying in the Automotive Marketing
         program at Northwood University. First preference will be given to a child or grandchild of a
         recreational vehicle owner or employee of a RV dealership association member. A letter from
         a RV dealer must accompany this scholarship application. Applicants must be U.S. citizens.
         (E)

         MAX H. GRAFF ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship will be awarded to a student enrolled in Automotive Marketing at Northwood’s
         MICHIGAN campus. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. First preference will be given to an
         employee or child of an employee of the Graff Automobile Association. Awards for scholarship
         will be based upon academic merit. Financial need is considered but not necessary. (E)

         ZENON C.R. HANSEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship will be awarded to upper division automotive students showing sincere
         interest in a career in the automotive/trucking industry who have demonstrated superior
         academic performance. Financial need considered. Obtain application at
         www.automotivehalloffame.org. (A)

         JACK C. HART MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Applicants must be Northwood University minority students, on any Northwood campus, with
         first preference given to those enrolled in Automotive Marketing, other related automotive
         programs and/or those students continuing studies toward completion of their BBA degrees.
         Financial need considered, but not necessary. Demonstrated academic achievement and
         career interest also considered. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. (A)

         JEROME/HOLLOWAY NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY RETAIL DIVERSITY INITIATIVE
         SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for this scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic
         merit. Applicants must be female students and must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the
         Automotive Marketing/Management program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood
         University. (E)

         HOUSTON AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships. Awards will be based on demonstrated financial need and academic
         merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Automotive Marketing program of study
         at the TEXAS campus of Northwood University and have a cumulative grade point average of
         2.5 (A)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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         AUTOMOTIVE MARKETING SCHOLARSHIPS, CONT.
         INDIANAPOLIS AUTOMOBILE TRADE ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship. Applicants for this scholarship must be U.S. citizens from Indianapolis,
         Indiana, and be either a child of an IATA employee or a Northwood University student enrolled
         in the Automotive Marketing program at the MICHIGAN or FLORIDA campus. Demonstrated
         career interest, financial need, and academic excellence are considered. (E)

         ROBERT L. INGERSOLL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Incoming freshman at any of Northwood’s campuses enrolled in the Automotive Marketing
         program are eligible. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and demonstrate academic
         achievement and career interest. (E)

         JESSE J. JONES, JR. MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Applicants must be Northwood University minority students, on any Northwood campus, with
         first preference given to those enrolled in Automotive Marketing, other related automotive
         programs and/or those students continuing studies toward completion of their BBA degrees.
         Financial need considered, but not necessary. Applicants must be U.S. citizens.
         Demonstrated academic achievement and career interest also considered. (A)

         KEN KRUM-BUD KOUTS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship will be awarded to an upper division automotive student showing sincere
         career interest. Preference will be given to students from MICHIGAN. Academic merit must
         be maintained and financial need is considered. Obtain application at
         www.automotivehalloffame.org (A)

         THE FRANK LOPEZ/NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP
         Award for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens of Hispanic origin, enrolled in Automotive Marketing and,
         studying at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. (E)

         MICHAEL MARINE MEMORIAL/CHI ALPHA MU SCHOLARSHIP
         Award for scholarship will be based upon academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens
         enrolled as upper division Automotive Marketing students at the MICHIGAN campus of
         Northwood University. (E)

         ERNEST E. AND BERNICE T. MAXWELL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for this scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic
         merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the automotive program of study at the
         MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. (E)

         MAZDA MOTOR OF AMERICA SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship. U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Automotive Marketing program at the
         MICHIGAN campus, being a son or daughter of a Mazda Motor Dealer, employee or distributor
         are eligible. A letter stating relationship must accompany scholarship application. Students
         must also maintain a 2.75 cumulative grade point average. (E)



(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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         AUTOMOTIVE MARKETING SCHOLARSHIPS, CONT.
         WILLIAM H. METZEL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships. Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens, upper division students
         majoring in automotive marketing, enrolled at the FLORIDA or MICHIGAN campuses, with
         financial need. (E)

         MICHIGAN AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP/M.A.D.A.
         Applicant must be a Michigan resident majoring in Automotive Marketing at the MICHIGAN
         campus, demonstrate financial need and maintain a 2.5 cumulative grade point average.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens. (E)

         NEW YORK STATE AUTOMOBILE DEALERS, INC. SCHOLARSHIP
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens from the New York area, enrolled in the Automotive Marketing
         program, and demonstrate financial need and academic excellence. (A)

         NIAGARA FRONTIER AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded. Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens, immediate
         family members of an employee of an N.F.A.D.A. member, enrolled in the Automotive
         Marketing program at the MICHIGAN campus. Letter stating relationship to N.F.A.D.A.
         member must accompany the application. Demonstrated career interest, financial need
         and academic excellence are considered. (E)

         JOSEPH L. NICOLATO SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded. Eligible candidates include U.S. or Canadian citizens,
         enrolled in the Automotive Marketing program at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood
         University. Financial need and academic excellence must be demonstrated. Applicants
         must also have a personal letter of recommendation from a Volvo dealer of the U.S. or
         Canada. This scholarship can be used for members of dealer’s families as well as other
         employees in the business or for other students majoring in the Automotive Marketing field.
         Students may renew this scholarship each year if accumulative GPA 2.5 is maintained. (E)

         CHARLES “CHUCK” PATTERSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarships will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Preference will be given to individuals from Michigan planning a career in the Automotive
         Retail business. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in a program of study at the
         MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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         AUTOMOTIVE MARKETING SCHOLARSHIPS, CONT.
         HAROLD W. ROCKWELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship will be awarded to a Northwood University student studying at the MICHIGAN
         campus of Northwood University. Applicants must be enrolled in the Automotive
         Marketing/Management or Automotive Aftermarket Management program of study. A
         continuing student recipient of this scholarship shall continue to receive the annual award upon
         verification of having met the original and scholarship retention criteria in the previous years of
         award. Applicants must have a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative and show
         career interest. (E)

         SAGINAW VALLEY REGION OF THE ANTIQUE AUTOMOBILE CLUB OF AMERICA
         SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship to be awarded. Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens from Saginaw,
         Midland, Bay and/or Genesee County enrolled at the MICHIGAN campus. MI residents
         enrolled at the MI campus will be considered if no one from the counties listed qualifies. First
         preference will be given to a returning student or a transfer student who expresses interest in
         the automotive industry and/or automotive activities. (E)

         AL SERRA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship to be awarded to a Northwood University student studying at the MICHIGAN
         campus of Northwood University. First preference will be given to students enrolled in the
         Automotive Marketing/Management program of study. Applicants must be from Genesee or
         Oakland County, have financial need and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5
         cumulative. (A)

         JOSEPH J. SHADY ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Applicants must be Northwood University minority students, on ANY Northwood campus, with
         first preference given to those enrolled in Automotive Marketing, other related automotive
         programs and/or those students continuing studies toward completion of their BBA degrees.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens. Financial need considered, but not necessary.
         Demonstrated academic achievement and career interest also considered. (A)

         MARK SNETHKAMP ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens from the Tri-County area, enrolled in the Automotive
         Marketing program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. Recipient
         must be committed to working at a Detroit Automotive Dealer Association Dealership
         upon graduation. (E)

         ARTHUR STANTON SCHOLARSHIP
         Two scholarships to be awarded. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. Eligibility is restricted to
         children or employees of Volkswagen and Audi Dealers from a tri-state area of New York, New
         Jersey and Connecticut. One scholarship is given to an incoming freshman and one
         scholarship is given to a sophomore majoring in Automotive Marketing at the MICHIGAN
         campus, based on academic record. Once student is selected for the award they must
         maintain a grade point average of 2.75 throughout the year. (E)


(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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         AUTOMOTIVE MARKETING SCHOLARSHIPS, CONT.
         WALTER W. STILLMAN SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship will be awarded to upper division automotive students showing sincere career
         interest. Academic merit must be maintained and financial need considered. Preference will
         be given to students from New Jersey. Obtain application at www.automotivehalloffame.org

         EDWIN L. STOHLMAN JR. SCHOLARSHIP
         Applicants for this scholarship must be upper division students at the MICHIGAN campus with
         an Automotive Marketing major. Must have a minimum grade point average of 2.75.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens. The Oldsmobile Dealers Association sponsors the award. (E)

         KARL STORY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship will be awarded annually to a student studying Automotive Marketing or Business
         Management at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. Awards for scholarship will
         be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit. Applicants must be U.S.
         citizens and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         UNIVERSAL UNDERWRITERS SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship will be awarded to upper division automotive students showing sincere career
         interest. Academic merit must be maintained and financial need considered. Obtain
         application at www.automotivehalloffame.org (A)

         JAMES W. UPP SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships will be awarded. Funds are contributed from the Northwood University
         Scholarship Golf Tournament. Annual contributions will vary based on proceeds from the golf
         tournament. Awards for scholarship will be based upon the applicant(s) admission to
         Northwood University from Cerritos College for their 4th year of study through University
         College. Students enrolled in the Automotive Marketing/Management program of study at the
         MICHIGAN, FLORIDA and/or TEXAS campus(s) of Northwood University are also eligible.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens. (E)

         WILLIAM D. VALLOW MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships are available to students enrolled at one of Northwood’s three campuses.
         First preference will be given to FRESHMAN candidates interested in the Chevrolet automotive
         market. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. Demonstrated financial need and academic merit
         are considered but not necessary. Scholarship recipients are required to submit an essay
         (50 words minimum) as to why they would like to work for a Chevrolet Motor Division.
         (E)

         JAY WETZEL QUALITY SCHOLARSHIP FOR EXCELLENCE
         Award for scholarship will be based upon academic excellence in the field of Automotive
         Marketing, while at the same time maintaining “above average” participation in non-academic
         school or community-related activities. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the
         Automotive Marketing program of study at the FLORIDA campus of Northwood University. (A)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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         AUTOMOTIVE MARKETING SCHOLARSHIPS, CONT.
         J. IRVING WHALLEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship will be awarded to upper division automotive students showing sincere career
         interest. Academic merit must be maintained and financial need considered. Obtain
         application at www.automotivehalloffame.org (A)

         WOMEN’S AUTOMOTIVE ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONAL (WAAI)/NORTHWOOD
         UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP
         Applicant(s) for consideration of this scholarship must have a minimum of junior status at
         Northwood University and carry a full-time status (12 hours). This scholarship is available to
         FEMALE students studying Automotive Marketing at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood
         University. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, maintain a grade point average of 3.0 and have
         exhibited some extracurricular involvement. An essay on “Career Aspirations” must
         accompany the application. (E)

         JERROD A. YOUNG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon academic merit and financial need. Applicants
         must be United States citizens, this scholarship is to be awarded to a male student studying
         Automotive Marketing/Management or Automotive Aftermarket/Management program of study
         at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University and have obtained a minimum GPA of 3.0
         cumulative. Applicant must also show career interest. (A)

         STUART G. ZALUD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship to be awarded. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the automotive
         marketing program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. Awards for
         scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit. This
         scholarship is funded by the Cleveland Automobile Dealership Association. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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         AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIPS
         ACTIVANT SOLUTIONS, INC. ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Eligible candidates for this scholarship include U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Automotive
         Aftermarket/Management program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood
         University. Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and
         academic merit. All students applying for this scholarship must be accepted and committed
         students for the year in which they are applying and have obtained minimum grade point
         average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         ADVANSTAR AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon academic merit and career interest. Applicants
         must be United States citizens, enrolled in the Automotive Aftermarket/Management program
         of study at MICHIGAN, FLORIDA and/or TEXAS campus of Northwood University. All
         students applying must be accepted and committed students for the year in which they are
         applying and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (A)

         RUDY ASCHENBRENER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship award will be based on demonstrated financial need and demonstrated career
         interest in the Automotive Aftermarket industry. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in
         the Automotive Aftermarket program of study at the Michigan campus of Northwood University.
         The student must declare interest to pursue a career in the collision repair or paint and
         body equipment industries upon graduation. Minimum grade point average of 2.0. (A)

         AUTOMOTIVE PARTS ASSOCIATES, INC. ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Automotive Aftermarket/Management program
         of study at one of the Northwood University campuses; West Palm Beach, Florida, Midland,
         Michigan or Cedar Hill, Texas. (A)

         AWDA (AUTOMOTIVE WAREHOUSE DISTRIBUTORS ASSOCIATION) MEMORIAL
         SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship available for the TEXAS campus. Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens,
         enrolled in Automotive Aftermarket Management, with 2.5 or better grade point average, with
         demonstrated financial need. The Automotive Warehouse Distributors Association sponsors
         the award. (A)

         THE BENEFITS DEPARTMENT ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarships to be awarded to talented students studying Automotive Marketing/Management
         or Automotive Aftermarket/Management at the FLORIDA campus. Applicants must be U.S.
         citizens, must have SOPHOMORE status and have obtained a minimum grade point average
         of 2.5 cumulative. (A)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
2009/2010 Academic Year
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AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIPS, continued
         THE BOSCH/JWT AFTERMARKET SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship to be awarded to a deserving student at any of the three Northwood
         University campuses. Applicants must be U.S. citizens enrolled in the Automotive
         Aftermarket/Management program. Award for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated
         financial need and academic merit. All students applying for scholarship must be accepted
         and committed students and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative.
         (A)

         IRVIN BREGMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships are available to be awarded. Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens,
         majoring in Automotive Aftermarket Management at the TEXAS campus, with demonstrated
         financial need and academic excellence. (E)

         JAMES BUSHYHEAD SCHOLARSHIP FUND/MOTOR AND EQUIPMENT
         MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (MEMA)
         Two scholarships to be awarded (one for the MICHIGAN campus and one for the TEXAS
         campus. Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens, majoring in Automotive Aftermarket
         Management, with demonstrated financial need and academic excellence. The sponsor is
         Motor and Equipment Manufacturer’s Association. (E)

         SAMUEL M. ROGERS / CARQUEST SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded. Scholarship(s) will be awarded to students who are sons
         or daughters of full time employees of a General Parts, Inc. CARQUEST Distribution
         Center or CARQUEST Auto Parts Store currently served by General Parts Inc.,
         CARQUEST Distribution Center.. If qualified recipients cannot be found among such
         employees’ children, sons or daughters of full time employees of any other CARQUEST
         Distribution Center or CARQUEST Auto Parts store currently served by any other CARQUEST
         Distribution Center or any son or daughter of any full time, CARQUEST branded product,
         dedicated factory sales person. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and have obtained a
         minimum GPA of 2.5 cumulative. Awards will be based on financial need and academic merit.
         (E)

         JOHN CASTLE SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship is available. Applicants must be U.S. citizens enrolled in the Automotive
         Aftermarket program of study at Northwood University’s TEXAS campus‚ or continuing their
         education at Northwood after receiving their associate degree and show satisfactory academic
         progress. Financial need will be considered. (E)

         CLARENCE P. AND GRACE A. CHAMBERLIN FOUNDATION ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded. Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens and upper
         division students majoring in Automotive Aftermarket/Management at the MICHIGAN campus
         of Northwood University. Candidates must have financial need, career interest, demonstrate
         academic excellence and must be a resident of the state of Michigan. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
2009/2010 Academic Year
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AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIPS, continued
         HARVEY DIEDRICH “ADVANTAGE” SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Marketing/Management or Automotive
         Aftermarket/Management program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood
         University. Applicants are required to submit a one-page essay on how to create a
         marketing advantage when developing a business plan. Applicants must have obtained a
         minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         MILTON FELDMAR ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Eligible candidates for this scholarship include U.S. citizens‚ enrolled in Automotive
         Aftermarket Management at the TEXAS campus‚ with demonstrated financial need and
         academic excellence. (E)

         CARLYLE FRASER EMPLOYEES BENEFIT SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship for the TEXAS campus and one scholarship for the MICHIGAN campus.
         Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens and freshmen majoring in Automotive Aftermarket
         Management, who demonstrate financial need and academic excellence. Must show career
         interest. The award can be renewed for the sophomore year. Obtain application at
         www.automotivehalloffame.org. (A)

         MARTIN FROMM SCHOLARSHIP/AUTOMOTIVE WAREHOUSE DISTRIBUTORS
         ASSOCIATION (AWDA)
         One scholarship for the MICHIGAN campus. Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens enrolled
         in Automotive Aftermarket Management‚ with 2.5 or better grade point average and
         demonstrated financial need. Academic excellence and student’s intent to go into the
         Automotive Aftermarket Industry. (A)

         ERNEST GLEISNER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship is available. Awards are based upon demonstrated financial need and
         academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens enrolled in the Automotive Aftermarket
         program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. (E)

         MARTIN E. GOLDMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships are available. Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens‚ majoring in
         Automotive Aftermarket Management at the MICHIGAN campus‚ and showing good academic
         performance and financial need. (E)

         H.D. AMERICA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship to be awarded to a student studying Automotive Aftermarket/Management at any
         one of the three Northwood University campuses (FLORIDA, MICHIGAN or TEXAS).
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens enrolled in the Heavy Duty Management Program 105 or the
         Heavy Duty Vehicle Technology Program 106 and demonstrate career interest. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
2009/2010 Academic Year
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AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIPS, continued
         W. E. HERRING ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship will be awarded to a student enrolled in the Automotive Aftermarket program
         of study at Northwood University. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. Financial need will be
         considered for scholarship awards. (E)

         ITT AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship is available to a student studying Automotive Aftermarket at the MICHIGAN
         campus of Northwood University. Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated
         financial need and academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. (E)

         THE KORNAFEL ENRICHMENT SCHOLARSHIPS
         Two $3,000 scholarships will be awarded annually to deserving students at Northwood’s
         MICHIGAN, FLORIDA and/or TEXAS campuses. The two scholarship awards will be paid out
         $1,000/term. Awards for scholarship will be based upon academic merit (a B or 3.0 grade
         point average) and financial need. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the
         Automotive Aftermarket/Management program of study. Once a student is selected they could
         keep this scholarship for up to 4 years, but they must maintain a B (3.0) grade point average
         or better at Northwood University. (E)

         WILLIAM J. MENGHINI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships will be awarded. Applicants must meet all admissions standards, have
         U.S. citizenship, be enrolled in Automotive Aftermarket Management at any Northwood
         University campus, and demonstrate financial need, academic excellence, and career interest.
         Children of employees of National Pronto Warehouse Group are given first preference. (E)

         MICHIGAN AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U. S. citizens, enrolled in the Automotive Aftermarket program of study at
         the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. Applicants must reside in the state of MI.
         (A)

         H. C. MOOG ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         One Scholarship is available at the TEXAS campus. Applicants must have U.S. citizenship
         and major in Automotive Aftermarket Management, and show academic excellence. (E)

         OVERSEAS AUTOMOTIVE COUNCIL ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Two scholarships will be awarded. One student enrolled in the Automotive Aftermarket
         Management curriculum and one in the International Business curriculum. Applicants must be
         a Junior or Senior and show academic merit and social standing and have an average grade
         point average of 2.75 studying at Northwood University’s FLORIDA or MICHIGAN campus.
         There are no restrictions on the citizenship or nationality of applicants. (A)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
2009/2010 Academic Year
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AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIPS, continued

         JEANNE S. PECK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship award will be based upon demonstrated financial need. Eligible candidates
         include U.S. citizens who are enrolled in the Automotive Aftermarket program of study at
         Northwood’s MICHIGAN or TEXAS Campus and meet all standard admissions requirements
         have a minimum grade point average of 2.5. Federal Mogul Corporation employees and/or
         dependents of Federal/Mogul employees will be given first consideration. (E)

         POWER HEAVY DUTY GROUP ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship award will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Automotive Aftermarket/Management program
         of study at the Michigan, Florida and/or Texas campuses of Northwood University and have
         maintained a minimum grade point average of 2.5. First preference will be given to a student
         pursuing a career in the Heavy Duty Aftermarket. (A)

         GREGORY B. REEVES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Automotive Aftermarket/Management program
         of study at the Michigan campus of Northwood University. Applicants must have obtained a
         minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         DONALD E. ROSS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship available to a student studying Automotive Aftermarket at Northwood
         University. Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and
         academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. (A)

         ROWLEYS WHOLESALE-PENNZOIL SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship amounts will be determined by the number of applicants and the need shown for
         the academic year. Applicants must show demonstrated financial need and have obtained and
         maintain a grade point average of 2.5. Applicants must show interest or commitment to a
         career in Automotive Aftermarket Management. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. MICHIGAN
         campus. (A)

         CLIFFORD ROY/GOLD EAGLE SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded. Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens and include
         students majoring in Automotive Aftermarket Management at the TEXAS or MICHIGAN
         campuses‚ with demonstrated financial need and academic excellence. (A)

         MICHAEL R. SANDLER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship to be awarded to a student enrolled in the Automotive Aftermarket/Management
         program of study on the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. Applicants must be
         U.S. citizens, have career interest in the areas of distribution, retailing and publishing and have
         obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
2009/2010 Academic Year
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AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIPS, continued
         MORT SCHWARTZ FELLOWSHIP ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP AT NORTHWOOD
         UNIVERSITY
         This award will be made to a student studying Automotive Aftermarket Management at the MI
         Campus of Northwood University. Demonstrated financial need and academic merit and the
         recipient’s intention to enter the aftermarket industry upon graduation will be a consideration of
         the Selection Committee. Applicants must be a U.S. citizens. (E)

         LEON SETTLES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship to be awarded to a deserving student enrolled in the Automotive Aftermarket
         Management program of study at any one of the three Northwood campuses (FLORIDA,
         MICHIGAN and/or TEXAS). Applicants must demonstrate career interest, be enrolled in the
         Heavy Duty Management Program 105 or the Heavy Duty Vehicle Technology Program 106,
         and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5. (E)

         FRANK SHARY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship to be awarded to a student enrolled in the Automotive Aftermarket/Management
         program at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University awards for scholarship will be
         based upon academic merit. Applicant must be of junior or senior status in the bachelor’s
         degree program, have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 and must also demonstrate
         “exemplary” salesmanship skills (in honor of the “Sales Legend” Frank Shary). (E)

         DON SHRIVER AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Automotive Aftermarket/Management program
         of study at the TEXAS campus of Northwood University. (A)

         SLOAN TRANSPORTATION PRODUCTS ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Heavy Duty Management Program 105 or the
         Heavy Duty Vehicle Technology Program 106 within the Automotive Aftermarket curriculum at
         the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. (A)

         EMIL G. STANLEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Award(s) for this scholarship will be based upon academic merit. Financial need is considered
         but not necessary. Applicants must be U.S. citizens‚ enrolled in the Automotive Aftermarket
         program of study at the MICHIGAN or TEXAS campus of Northwood University. Renewals
         are offered to candidates based on current application information and academic progress
         during the previous year of the award. (E)

         PAUL B. SWANSON SCHOLARSHIP/AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET INDUSTRY
         ASSOCIATION
         One scholarship to be awarded. Applicants must have U.S. citizenship‚ be enrolled in
         Automotive Aftermarket Management at the MICHIGAN campus‚ demonstrate financial need
         and maintain a 2.5 or better grade point average. Recipient is required to supply donor
         with a current resume. The Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association sponsors the
         award. (E)

(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
2009/2010 Academic Year
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AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIPS, continued
         TRW FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship is available. Awards for scholarship will be based upon academic merit.
         Financial need is considered but not necessary. Eligible applicants must be U.S. citizens
         enrolled in the Automotive Aftermarket program of study at any of Northwood’s campuses. (E)

         ROY I. WARSHAWSKY & J.C. WHITNEY & CO. MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         This annual scholarship is to be awarded to a student attending Northwood University on the
         MICHIGAN campus, studying Automotive Aftermarket. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen and
         show academic excellence. (A)

         DAVID WASSERMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarships will be awarded to a Junior or Senior enrolled on the MICHIGAN or TEXAS
         campus. Financial support is provided to children of active Apex employees‚ children of
         Apex customers and children of employees of Apex customers who are Automotive
         Aftermarket students extra letter must stating relationship must accompany application.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens eligible applicants must be enrolled in the Automotive
         Aftermarket program and of Junior or Senior status. Enrolled on MICHIGAN or TEXAS
         campus of Northwood University. (E)

         JERROD A. YOUNG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon academic merit and financial need. Applicants
         must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Automotive Marketing/Management or Automotive
         Aftermarket/Management program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University
         and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 3.0 cumulative. Applicant must also
         show career interest. (A)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
2009/2010 Academic Year
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                           BANKING AND FINANCE SCHOLARSHIPS

         HANTZ GROUP COMMANDING HEIGHTS ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon academic merit and financial need. Applicants
         must have obtained a minimum grade point average of 3.0 cumulative. Applicants must be
         United States citizens, enrolled in the Banking and Finance curriculum or the Economics
         program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. (A)

         DR. DALE M. HAYWOOD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards will be based on demonstrated academic merit. Applicants must be Junior or Senior
         having attended Northwood University for their first two years of study and enrolled in the
         Economics and/or Banking and Finance program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of
         Northwood University. All applicants must have obtained a minimum grade point average of
         3.0 cumulative. (E)

         RYAN R. HECKMAN/BANK OF AMERICA ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon academic merit and financial need. Applicants
         must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Accounting or Banking & Finance/Management program
         of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. Grade point average of 3.0. First
         preference for this scholarship will be given to a freshman student from Laker High School in
         Pigeon, MI. (A)

         DENA AND STEPHEN WIRT ANNUAL BANKING AND FINANCE SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship to be awarded to a student studying Banking and Finance at the MICHIGAN
         campus of Northwood University. Preference will be given to a student from the Tri-City,
         Michigan area. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and have obtained a minimum grade point
         average of 3.0 cumulative. Awards will be based upon academic merit and financial need. (A)

         WOLVERINE BANK SCHOLARSHIP
         Eligible candidates for this scholarship include U.S. citizens and residents of area (Midland,
         Sanford and Frankenmuth only) served by Wolverine Bank branch offices. Candidates must
         show academic promise. MICHIGAN campus. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
2009/2010 Academic Year
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                         BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIPS

         AON RISK SERVICES SCHOLARSHIP
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens enrolled in a business-related curriculum on the MICHIGAN
         campus with a 3.0 cumulative grade point average. (A)

         BANK OF AMERICA AUTO GROUP ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship(s) to be awarded to students studying Business on the TEXAS campus of
         Northwood University. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. Award for scholarship will be based
         upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit. (A)

         THE JOSEPH W. AND MARJORIE CARSON BRITTON ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens‚ enrolled in the Business Management program of study at
         the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. Preference will be given to a student from
         Midland County and returning to school after several years of absence. (A)

         FABIANO BROTHERS BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship is available to a student enrolled on the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood
         University. Applicants will be considered from any/all business curricula. First consideration
         will be for students from the Mid-Michigan area. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and are
         required to complete an application, submit a one-page essay on their career goals, and
         furnish two letters of reference excluding relatives. (A)

         THE HELEN T. FINDLAY SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for this scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic
         merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens‚ enrolled in a Business Management program of study
         at the MICHIGAN‚ Florida or TEXAS campus. (E)

         GO TO TRANSPORT BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon the student’s career interest and involvement in
         campus activities. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in a program of study at the
         MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. All students applying for scholarship must have
         obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. First preference will be given to
         students from Mid-Michigan, followed by the state of Michigan. (A)

         W.R. GRACE & COMPANY SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded to students studying Business Management at the
         Northwood University FLORIDA campus. Scholarship awards will be based upon
         demonstrated financial need and academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
2009/2010 Academic Year
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         BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIPS, continued
         DR. DALE M. HAYWOOD ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship will provide scholarship money to qualified students enrolled at Northwood’s
         MICHIGAN campus. Awards will be based upon academic merit. Applicants must be junior
         or senior having attended Northwood University for their first two years of study and enrolled
         in the Economics and/or Banking and Finance programs of study. All students applying must
         be accepted and committed students and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 3.0
         cumulative. (E)

         HAROLD N. METZEL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Business Management program of study at
         Northwood University. All students applying for this scholarship must be accepted and
         committed students for the year in which they are applying and have obtained a minimum
         grade point average of 2.75 cumulative. (E)

         HERMÉ AND DAVID MIRO ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship is available to a student studying Business Management at the FLORIDA
         campus of Northwood University. Students must show a balance between the Arts and their
         studies, as well as bringing honor to the institution. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and have
         obtained a minimum grade point average of 3.0 cumulative. (E)

         THE PHELPS NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship is available to a student having graduated from Central Montcalm Schools.
         Student must show demonstrated financial need and academic merit. Applicant must be
         United States citizen‚ enrolled in the Business Management program of study at the
         MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. (E)

         THE RICHARD M. REINSCH BUSINESS MANAGEMENT ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Two scholarships to be awarded to two deserving students enrolled in a program of study on
         the MICHIGAN campus. Awards for this scholarship will be based on academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5
         cumulative. (E)

         JOSEPH M. ROMBACH BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIP
         Applicants for this scholarship must be U.S. citizens and enrolled at Northwood University’s
         MICHIGAN campus. Preference will be given to students pursuing a career in Business
         Management. However, students will be considered from other business curricula. First
         consideration will be given to Bay County residents followed by Mid-Michigan candidates and
         then statewide. Applicants must submit a one-page essay on their career goals. A
         minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative is required. (E)

         MICHAEL AND DEBORAH SAVOIE BUSINESS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship will provide scholarship monies to deserving female students enrolled in a
         program of study on the MICHIGAN campus. Awards for scholarship will be based upon
         demonstrated financial need and academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens with a
         minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
2009/2010 Academic Year
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         BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIPS, CONTINUED
         MARJORIE COOK TAYLOR ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships are available. Eligible candidates include female students desiring
         further training as Economic/Business Management professionals at Northwood’s MICHIGAN,
         FLORIDA and/or TEXAS campus(s). Awards for scholarship will be based upon
         demonstrated financial need and academic merit. Applicants must be United States citizens.
         (E)

         TREASURE COAST ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Three scholarships are available. Applicants must be students studying Business
         Management at Northwood University’s FLORIDA campus. Applicants must be permanent
         residents of Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie or Indian River County. Awards for scholarship will
         be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic excellence. A typed essay of 500
         words or less must be submitted describing why they would like to attend Northwood
         University and why they believe they are deserving of a scholarship. (E)

         WOMEN IN ENTERPRISE SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship(s) determined by annual contributions will be awarded to deserving student(s) at
         Northwood’s MICHIGAN, FLORIDA and/or TEXAS campuses for the purpose of providing
         financial support to Business Management students. This fund will serve the following
         purposes; to offer a scholarship for qualified female students who exhibit a talent for Enterprise
         to pursue a career in Business Management; to continue the unique annual program
         (distinguish women awards) and to support a program of campus visitation by those women
         honorees to encourage a useful mentorship dialogue between Northwood students and
         outstanding leaders. Award for scholarship will based upon academic merit. Applicants must
         be female students in their junior and/or senior year. Business Management students receive
         priority although students from all academic programs are encouraged to apply. U.S.
         citizenship and a minimum grade point average of 3.0 is required. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                       ECONOMICS/MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIPS

         MILTON FRIEDMAN SCHOLARSHIP
         The scholarship is awarded in honor of Nobel Laureate Milton Friedman and his economist
         wife Rose. The alumni funded awards are given annually in recognition of the Friedman’s’
         contribution to the science of economics and their furthering of the understanding of the market
         process. The recipient must possess a thorough understanding of the works of these two
         noted economists‚ be a Junior or Senior‚ have a minimum grade point average of a 3.4
         cumulative and be a model Northwood citizen. The awards will be given annually by the
         Economics Department of Northwood University and are renewable based on merit. A
         minimum of two awards will be made available each year and are open to any Northwood
         University academic major‚ with special consideration given to economics’ majors. (A)


         DR. DALE M. HAYWOOD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship will provide scholarship money to qualified students enrolled at Northwood’s
         MICHIGAN campus. Awards will be based upon academic merit. Applicants must be a junior
         or senior having attended Northwood University for their first two years of study and enrolled
         in the Economics and/or Banking and Finance programs of study. All students applying must
         be accepted and committed students and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 3.0
         cumulative. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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       INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIPS
         KATHRYN J. TURNER DELMASTRO ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarships will be awarded to two deserving students; one attending the MICHIGAN campus
         and one attending the FLORIDA campus. Applicants must be U.S. citizens studying
         Information Technology Management and have obtained a minimum grade point average of
         3.0 cumulative. Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and
         academic merit. (E)

         LOUISE G. HADLER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship to be awarded. Awards for scholarship will be based upon academic merit
         and financial need. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, freshmen and enrolled in the Computer
         Science Management program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University.
         This scholarship may be renewed only for the sophomore year if the student remains in
         good academic standing. (E)

         KARAFA COMPUTER SCIENCE MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship will be awarded annually. Awards for scholarship will be based upon
         demonstrated academic merit and financial need. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in
         the Computer Science Management program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood
         University. First preference for the awarding of this scholarship will be to a deserving student
         athlete (basketball player) enrolled in the Computer Science Management Program of study,
         maintaining a minimum grade point average of 3.0 cumulative. (A)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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 ENTERTAINMENT, SPORTS & PROMO MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIPS

         JOHN AND MARJORIE HOHMAN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the ENTERTAINMENT-SPORTS MANAGEMENT
         program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. Applicants must have
         obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         HUVAERE FAMILY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Entertainment, Sports, Promotion
         Management (ESPM) program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University.
         All students applying for a scholarship must be accepted and committed students for the year
         in which they are applying and have obtained minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative.
         (E)

         JERRY PETTWAY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Entertainment, Sports, Promotion
         Management (ESPM) program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University.
         First preference will be given to a student/athlete (basketball player) with financial need and
         academic merit. Applicants must have obtained minimum grade point average of 2.5
         cumulative. (E)

         NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY CAMPUS ARTS ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be enrolled in the Entertainment Sports Promotions Management (ESPM)
         program of study at the Michigan campus of Northwood University. All students applying for
         this scholarship must be accepted and committed students for the year in which they are
         applying and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. The first award
         will be made in the 2009-2010 academic year. (A)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                               ENTREPRENEURSHIP SCHOLARSHIPS

         J. KERMIT CAMPBELL ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship to be awarded to a student studying Entrepreneurship at the MICHIGAN
         campus of Northwood University. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, junior class status, and
         have obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (A)

         THE VENITA AND LYTTLETON T. HARRIS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship to be awarded to a student enrolled in the Entrepreneurship program of study at
         the TEXAS campus of Northwood University. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and have
         obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         DR. ARTHUR E. TURNER ENTREPRENEURSHIP FELLOWSHIP ENDOWED
         SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship(s) to be awarded to deserving upperclassman (junior or senior status) at
         Northwood’s FLORIDA, MICHIGAN and/or TEXAS campus(s) that have shown particular
         strength in entrepreneurial studies. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the
         Entrepreneur program of study and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5
         cumulative. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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         FASHION MARKETING/MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIPS

         DR. PATRICIA NAEGELE FASHION MARKETING/MANAGEMENT ENDOWED
         SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for this scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic
         merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Fashion Marketing/Management
         program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. Applicants must have a
         minimum grade point average of 3.0 cumulative. (E)

         DR. WILLA M. STAUFFER FASHION MARKETING/MANAGEMENT ENDOWED
         SCHOLARSHIP
         This fund, established at Northwood University will provide scholarship monies to deserving
         students enrolled at Northwood’s MICHIGAN campus. Awards for scholarship will be based
         upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens,
         enrolled in the Fashion Marketing/Management program of study and have a minimum grade
         point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                                         GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS

         ACE HARDWARE/NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY TENNIS SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship award will be based on the athlete’s exceptional ability in tennis, academic
         achievement and meet NCAA eligibility requirements. Recipient must be enrolled full time in a
         program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. The Northwood
         University Head Tennis Coach will select the scholarship recipient. (A)

         ALBERT AND MARGARET ALKEK FOUNDATION ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship is to provide two four-year scholarships ($1,250 per year per student for four
         years). Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic
         merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in a program of study at the TEXAS campus
         of Northwood University. All students applying for this scholarship must be accepted and
         committed students for the year in which they are applying and have obtained a minimum
         grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (A)

         BOBBE ALLEN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship awards will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in a program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of
         Northwood University and must have obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5
         cumulative. (E)

         THE MARY JOHN ENDOWED ARTS AND BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards will be made annually. The purpose of the grant is to allow Northwood students to
         experience an exceptional arts program, participate in an arts mentorship, take part in an
         arts/business executive shadowing or arts related internship program, or to attend an arts
         seminar or other out of the ordinary arts related program or experience, not regularly available
         to students. Stimulating creativity and innovation is an additional anticipated outcome. The
         application and award process will be administered by Northwood University in co-operation
         with the Campus Arts Director, who will select the student. (E)

         THE ATI GROUP ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Two scholarships will be based upon demonstrated high financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in a program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of
         Northwood University. All students applying must have obtained a minimum grade point
         average of 2.5 cumulative. (A)

         HAROLD H. BAKER SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships are available to be awarded. Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens‚
         upper division students at the FLORIDA or MICHIGAN campuses‚ with demonstrated
         academic excellence and financial need. (E)

         EDMUND F. BALL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships for the FLORIDA Campus. Students must meet all Northwood University
         Admissions standards and demonstrate financial need. Eligible candidates include U.S.
         citizens enrolled at Northwood University’s Florida campus. Students must be minority or
         handicapped individuals with demonstrated financial need. (E)

(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                              GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS, continued
         THE NANCY L. BARKER SCHOLARS FUND AT NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY
         Recipient must be an upperclassman with a grade point average of at least 3.0. Must exhibit
         leadership performance in voluntary or university affairs. Must be a U.S. citizens enrolled in a
         program of study at the MICHIGAN, FLORIDA and/or TEXAS of Northwood University
         campus. Must provide a one page essay on their leadership performance in vonluntary
         or univeristy affairs programs. (E)

         ORMOND E. BARSTOW MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships are available. Awards will be based upon demonstrated financial need.
         Special consideration will be given to African-American‚ Native-American and Hispanic
         applicants. (E)

         E.G. “TED” AND JANE BATH ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         First preference for scholarship will be given to a student studying in the Automotive Marketing
         or Business Management program of study, or continuing their education at Northwood
         University’s MICHIGAN campus after receiving their associate degree. Financial need will be
         considered for scholarship awards. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen and have a grade point
         average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         RENA AND ALLEN BELLOS ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship to be awarded to a student studying at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood
         University. Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and
         academic merit. All students applying for scholarship must be U.S. citizens and accepted and
         committed students for the year in which they are applying and have obtained a minimum
         grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (A)

         BONNIE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship(s) to be awarded annually to deserving female students attending any one of
         Northwood’s three campuses, FLORIDA, MICHIGAN and/or TEXAS. Applicants must show
         high potential for success in the free enterprise area. All students applying must be U.S.
         citizens and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. Applicants must
         also show significant leadership performance in voluntary or university affairs programs. (E)

         WILLARD BENNETT SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded to students studying on the FLORIDA campus of
         Northwood University. Awards will be based on financial need and academic merit. Applicants
         must be U.S. citizens. (E)

         PETER AND MAUREEN BLUM ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship is based upon academic merit. Candidates must be eligible for admission as
         entering freshman or transfer students with at least an entering 2.7 grade point average from
         either secondary school or an accredited college or university. Candidates from the FLORIDA
         campus of Northwood University will be given preference over candidates from any other
         campus. First preference will also be given to graduates from Manual High School, Peoria,
         Illinois, followed by children or grandchildren of graduates of Manual High School or residents
         of Peoria Illinois. (E)

(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                              GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS, continued

         LEE AND SUSAN BOUGHNER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Award for scholarship will be based upon academic merit. This scholarship will be awarded
         annually to a deserving student at Northwood’s FLORIDA campus with first preference given
         to applicants from Stuart, Florida; applicants from Martin County, Florida and applicants from
         the state of Florida. All students applying for scholarship must be U.S. citizens and accepted
         and committed students for the year in which they are applying and have obtained a minimum
         grade point average of 2.7 cumulative. (E)

         ELLEN AND ERWIN BRETERNITZ PRIVATE DONOR SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarships will be awarded to students studying at the Northwood University MICHIGAN
         campus. Awards will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit. First
         preference will be given to students from the FREELAND, MICHIGAN area, and then MID-
         MICHIGAN. (E)

         TERRY CARDER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarships to be awarded to a student studying at any of the Northwood University
         campuses. Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and
         academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and have maintained a grade point average
         of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         BARB CARRAS/ANNE SWAN FAD LEADERSHIP ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship(s) will be based upon academic merit. Applicants must be residents of MIDLAND‚
         MICHIGAN and U.S. citizens enrolled in a program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of
         Northwood University. Strong consideration will be given to a sophomore or junior who has
         assisted the Tri-City FAD Auction volunteer committee or an auction program in the effort to
         raise needed scholarship funds. (E)

         DR. CATHERINE CHEN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         In May 2004 friends and colleagues of Dr. Catherine Chen established this endowed
         scholarship to commemorate her retirement from Northwood University. Dr. Chen had been
         with the university for over 30 years, most recently serving as the Provost of the Michigan
         campus. This scholarship is to be awarded to an international student studying on the
         MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. Applicants must have maintained a cumulative
         grade point average of 3.0. Financial need is a consideration. (E)

         ELFIE H. CHRISTENSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship available to a student enrolled on the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood
         University. Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and
         academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                              GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS, continued
         JOHN A. CHURCH ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship to be awarded to a student studying at either the FLORIDA or MICHIGAN campus
         of Northwood University. Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial
         need and academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and have maintained a grade
         point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         PETER C. COOK ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship is based upon academic merit and financial need. Applicants must be U.S.
         citizens enrolled in any of the business programs at any of the Northwood University
         campuses. (E)

         W.R. CRISSEY SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded. Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens at the FLORIDA
         or MICHIGAN campuses, who are working toward their Bachelor’s degree, demonstrate career
         interest‚ financial need and academic excellence. (E)

         THE CROSS COUNTRY GROUP ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship to be awarded to a student studying at any of the Northwood University
         campuses. Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and
         academic merit. All students applying for scholarship must be U.S. citizens and accepted and
         committed students for the year in which they are applying and have obtained a minimum
         grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         PAUL CRUM MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Two scholarships to be awarded to qualified students enrolled at the TEXAS campus of
         Northwood University. One scholarship will be awarded to a student enrolled in the
         Automotive Marketing/Management program of study and one will be awarded to a student
         enrollled in any program of study with financial need and academic merit. Applicants must be
         U.S. citizens, must show career interest as well as closely resemble the same enthusiasm for
         life, education and career that Paul Crum so loved. Applicants must have obtained a minimum
         grade point average of 2.5. (E)

         KATHRYN HACH-DARROW ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship will provide financial assistance to students training as business professionals
         enrolled at any of Northwood University’s three campuses. Awards for scholarship will be
         based upon academic merit and financial need. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                              GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS, continued
         DAVENPORT FAMILY TERM-IN-EUROPE SCHOLARSHIP
         Eligible candidates for this scholarship include U.S. citizens at any Northwood University
         campus showing academic excellence and financial need. Desire further training in
         International Business and the Arts. (E)

         ROSELLE DAVENPORT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Applicants for this scholarship must show academic merit, financial need and be a participant
         in the Northwood University Term-In-Europe program. (E)

         C. J. “RED” DAVIDSON ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded. Eligibility restricted to TEXAS campus applicants. This
         scholarship is renewable to applicants with demonstrated financial need and academic
         promise. (E)

         DETROIT SCHOLARSHIP SHOWCASE SCHOLARSHIP
         Two scholarships will be awarded, based upon demonstrated financial need and academic
         merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, have a minimum cumulative grade point average of
         3.0, must be from the Greater Detroit area and be enrolled in a program of study at the
         MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. The curriculum designated to receive the
         scholarship will change yearly. (A)

         DOW-HOWELL-GILMORE ASSOCIATES, INC. ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship to be awarded to a student studying at any of the three Northwood University
         campuses. Award will be based on financial need and academic merit. This scholarship is to
         be awarded to a student showing creativity in their given field. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen
         and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         VADA BENNETT DOW MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships are available to students on Northwood’s MICHIGAN campus desiring
         further training as professionals. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen. Awards for scholarship will
         be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit. (E)

         ALDEN AND VADA DOW FOUNDATION INTERNATIONAL/STUDY ABROAD
         SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarships to be awarded to students participating in Study Abroad Programs offered by
         Northwood University. Applicants must be studying on the MICHIGAN, FLORIDA and/or
         TEXAS campus of Northwood University and have a minimum cumulative grade point average
         of 2.5. Financial need is a consideration. There is a separate application for this
         scholarship which may be obtained from the International Program Office on the
         Michigan campus. (A)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                              GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS, continued
         VADA DOW TERM-IN-EUROPE SCHOLARSHIP
         Two scholarships for students participating in Northwood’s Term-In-Europe program.
         Applicant must be a U.S. citizen enrolled at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University.
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         (E)

         JULIA STACEY EDWARDS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship is based on a need for financial help and academic merit. Applicants must be
         U.S. citizens and demonstrate financial need based on Northwood University criteria; be
         enrolled full-time students on the FLORIDA campus of Northwood University, in good
         academic and social standing, with a minimum grade point average of 3.0. (E)

         ELMORE FAMILY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship to be awarded to a student enrolled in a program of study at the FLORIDA
         campus of Northwood University. Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated
         financial need and academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and have a minimum
         grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         FEGAN/WILLIAMS VOLLEYBALL ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship will be awarded to a deserving student/athlete enrolled in a program of study at
         the MICHIGAN campus. First preference will be given to a Northwood University former
         volleyball player attending DeVos Graduate School of Business Management or an
         undergraduate working in the volleyball program. Applicants must have obtained a 2.7
         minimum grade point average. The NU Volleyball Coach will serve as a member of the
         scholarship selection committee. (A)

         CATHERINE FISHER WEBSTER AND JANET FISHER McPEAK ENDOWED
         SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship will be awarded annually to a deserving student at Northwood’s MICHIGAN
         campus for the purpose of providing financial support to a student who graduated from
         BULLOCK CREEK HIGH SCHOOL, Midland, Michigan. All students applying for a scholarship
         must have a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative and be a U.S. citizen. Awards for
         scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit. (E)

         JOHN W. FISHER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship to be awarded to a student studying on the FLORIDA campus of Northwood
         University. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen. Award will be based upon academic merit and
         demonstrated financial need. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                               GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS, continued
         FLORIDA BOARD OF GOVERNORS ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in one of the programs of study leading to the
         Bachelor of Business Administration degree at the FLORIDA campus of Northwood University.
         Applicants for this scholarship must have a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative.
         (A)

         CAROLEE FREIDLANDER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship is based upon academic merit and financial need. Applicants must be U.S.
         citizens, enrolled in any of the business programs at any of the Northwood University
         campuses. All students applying for scholarship must be accepted and committed students for
         the year in which they are applying and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5
         cumulative. (E)

         DAVID AND ALMA FRY GREATEST GENERATION ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon academic merit and financial need. Applicants
         must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in a program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood
         University. (A)

         ANTHONY GAIGALAS SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded, awards will be based upon demonstrated financial need.
         Eligibility restricted to MICHIGAN campus applicants. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. (E)

         ANN GAITHER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship to be awarded to a student at any of the Northwood University campuses. Awards
         will be based upon academic achievement, financial need and career interest. Applicants
         must be U.S. citizens and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         GENUINE PARTS CO. ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for this scholarship will be based upon academic merit and financial need. Qualified
         students from any one of Northwood’s three campuses may apply for this scholarship. All
         students applying for this scholarship must have obtained a minimum grade point average of
         2.5 cumulative. (E)

         CRAIG AND KATHRYN HALL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship to be awarded to a student studying at any of the Northwood University
         campuses. Awards will be based upon academic achievement and financial need. Applicants
         must be U.S. citizens and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         DR. JAMES C. HART MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded. Awards are based upon academic merit. Financial need
         is considered‚ but not necessary. Applicants must be U.S. citizens‚ enrolled at the TEXAS
         campus. (E)


(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                              GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS, continued
         WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded to students studying at any of the three Northwood
         University campuses. Eligible candidates for this scholarship must be U.S. citizens and have
         obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. Awards will be based upon
         financial need and academic merit. (E)

         JOHN H. HEKMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships are available. Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated
         financial need and academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens‚ enrolled in a program of
         study at the MICHIGAN‚ FLORIDA‚ or TEXAS campuses of Northwood University. (E)

         WARREN MILLS HUTCHESON ENDOWED FUND IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
         SCHOLARSHIP
         Annual scholarship award(s) to be awarded to a deserving student(s) that are enrolled in a
         course of study on the TEXAS campus as a sophomore, junior or senior undergraduate that is
         preferably concentrating in International Studies. The applicants must have achieved a
         minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, be from outside the U.S., Texas, or the
         U.S., in that order. Students applying for this scholarship must have held a job during the
         academic calendar (preferably on campus), a student that has demonstrated a “well-
         roundedness” as evidenced by an interest in fine arts, music, poetry, travel, philosophy, or
         religion. (E)

         MILKA ICONOMOFF MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship available for students studying on the FLORIDA campus of Northwood
         University. Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens demonstrating financial need and
         academic excellence. (E)

         THE JAMES R. & ANITA H. JENKINS ENDOWED PRIVATE DONOR SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in a program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of
         Northwood University. First preference will be given to African American and Native American
         students. (E)

         GRETCHEN JOSEY SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded. Awards will be based upon demonstrated financial need
         and academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens‚ enrolled at the TEXAS campus. (E)

         CARL N. KARCHER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in a program of study at any of the three Northwood
         University campuses. Applicants must have a minimum grade point average of 2.5
         cumulative. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                              GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS, CONTINUED
         MURIEL MCBRIEN KAUFMAN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship award is based upon academic merit and financial need. Applicants must be U.S.
         citizens, enrolled in any of the business programs at any of the Northwood University
         campuses. All students applying for scholarship must be accepted and committed students for
         the year in which they are applying and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5
         cumulative. (E)

         LLOYD KETCHAM SCHOLARSHIP
         Two scholarships to be awarded. Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens at the TEXAS or
         MICHIGAN campuses‚ with demonstrated financial need and academic excellence. (E)

         MATTHEW REX KIMBALL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship provides financial assistance to a student enrolled in a program of study at
         the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. Applicant must be U.S. citizen and have a
         2.5 cumulative grade point average and have financial need. (A)

         EVERETT KIRCHER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship to be awarded to a student studying on the FLORIDA campus of Northwood
         University. Applicant must have financial need and academic merit. Students applying for this
         scholarship must be U.S. citizens and have obtained a minimum cumulative grade point
         average of 2.5. (E)

         OSCAR W. KLOHA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarship(s) are available. Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated
         financial need and academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens‚ a Michigan resident and
         enrolled in the Business Management‚ or other business related fields of study‚ at the
         MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. Students from Bay County followed by Mid-
         Michigan will be given top priority in the selection process. (E)

         MILDRED L. LUCE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship is to be awarded to a deserving FEMALE student from Michigan based upon
         demonstrated financial need and academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in
         the business program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. (E)

         LUGHERMO FAMILY COMMUNITY SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP
         “Priority applicants for this scholarship must be U.S. citizens from Midland County and enrolled
         on the Michigan campus. Non-resident U.S. citizens, living outside of Midland County, will also
         be considered. Awards will be based upon demonstrated excellence of leadership by
         participating, organizing, planning or other responsible methods that contribute to the needs of
         the community where he or she lives.” (E)

         THOMAS AND RITA LYNCH ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in a program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of
         Northwood University. (A)


(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                              GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS, CONTINUED
         ROSS AND ELIZABETH MAXWELL BOOK SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need. Applicants must be
         enrolled in a program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. This
         scholarship is to assist with the cost of books at the Northwood University Book Store. The
         student selected to receive this scholarship must have obtained a minimum grade point averae
         of 2.5 cumulative. Recipient may only receive this scholarship for one year during their time at
         Northwood. (A)

         WILLARD AND SHARON MAXWELL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarships will be awarded to a student studying on the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood
         University. Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens. (E)

         GWENDOLYN MAYWOOD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded to students studying on the MICHIGAN campus of
         Northwood University. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. Awards will be based upon
         demonstrated financial need and academic merit. (E)

         JEANNETTE C. MCINTYRE AND FREDERICK (LASH) MCINTYRE CHARITABLE
         FOUNDATION TRUST SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships are available to students with financial need, attending one of Northwood
         University’s three campuses. First preference will be given to students from Coachella Valley
         of Southern California, followed by students from the state of California, followed by students
         throughout the U.S. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. (A)

         DEBORAH MEADE ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded to students on the Michigan campus with demonstrated
         “emergency financial need”. Students must be enrolled in the full time BBA program of study
         in good academic standing. U.S. citizen and have demonstrated good moral character.
         Awards will be made on a case by case basis.

         HAZEL MEAD & BRIAN WOODWARD ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FOR THE DISABLED
         This scholarship will be awarded annually to a deserving student at Northwood’s MICHIGAN
         campus for the purpose of providing financial support to a disabled student. Awards for
         scholarship will be based upon academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in a
         program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University and must have a
         disability. Applicants must have obtained minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                              GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS, CONTINUED
         ALICE D. METZEL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded to students studying at any one of the three Northwood
         University campuses. Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need
         and academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. All students applying for a scholarship
         must be accepted and committed students for the year in which they are applying and have
         obtained a minimum grade point average of 3.0 cumulative. (E)

         MORLEY TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship provides financial assistance to students desiring training as business
         professionals at Northwood’s MICHIGAN campus. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and show
         financial need and academic merit. (E)

         MORRISON FAMILY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Annual scholarship to be awarded to a student enrolled in a program of study at the
         MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. Awards for scholarship will be based upon
         academic merit and financial need. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and have achieved a
         grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         ALAN M. MORRISON ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in a program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of
         Northwood University. First preference for awarding will be to a deserving student athlete
         (basketball player). (E)

         MULLINAX FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship to be awarded to a student aspiring to own his/her own business, that is
         studying at the FLORIDA campus of Northwood University. Applicants must be U.S. citizens
         and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. Awards will be based
         upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit. (A)

         ROBERT AND PATRICIA NAEGELE GREATEST GENERATION SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon academic merit and financial need. Applicants
         must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in a program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood
         University. (A)

         ROBERT AND PATRICIA NAEGELE STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP
         All students applying for scholarship must be U.S. citizens, accepted and committed students
         for the year in which they are applying and have obtained a minimum grade point average of
         2.5 cumulative. Applicants must be attending the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood
         University. Financial need and academic merit will be a consideration. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                              GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS, CONTINUED
         NAPM SAGINAW VALLEY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         In 2005 the NAPM Saginaw Valley Organization, Inc. established their scholarship at
         Northwood University. This scholarship is to provide financial assistance to students from the
         Tri-City area of Michigan, studying on the MICHIGAN campus. Applicants must be of either
         junior or senior status and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 3.0 cumulative.
         (A) (E)

         NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY COMPETITIVE SPEECH NEW MEMBER SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship to be awarded to a new member of the Northwood University Competitive
         Speech Team on the MICHIGAN campus who has shown their dedication to being a team
         player, and has exemplified the ability to excel in the area of public speaking. Candidates for
         this scholarship must have a 3.3 cumulative grade point average, or higher. The student must
         remain a member of the team for the entire academic year, or scholarship will be revoked. (A)

         NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY COMPETITIVE SPEECH VETERAN MEMBER SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship to be awarded to a veteran member of the Northwood University Competitive
         Speech Team on the MICHIGAN campus. Candidates must have at least one year
         experience with the team and shown their dedication to being a team leader, been a valuable
         asset in helping new members, made efforts to promote the continued success of the team
         and exemplified the ability to excel in the area of public speaking. Candidates for this
         scholarship must have a 3.3 cumulative grade point average, or higher. The student must
         remain a member of the team for the entire academic year, or scholarship will be revoked. (A)

         NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Applicants must be students at Northwood University’s MICHIGAN campus‚ demonstrate
         financial need and academic excellence. (E)

         NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Applicants must be students at Northwood University’s TEXAS campus, demonstrate financial
         need and academic merit. (E)

         NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY FACULTY AND STAFF ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon financial need. Applicants must be enrolled in any
         of the business programs at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University, have a 2.5
         cumulative grade point average and enrolled as a full-time traditional student. (A)

         NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY TEXTBOOK SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships provide funds for purchase of textbooks for students attending the
         FLORIDA campus of Northwood University. Applicants must be enrolled full-time and have a
         minimum grade point average of 2.75. (A)

         FRIENDS OF NORTHWOOD, PALM BEACH AREA, ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship, established at Northwood University will provide scholarship monies to
         deserving students enrolled at Northwood’s FLORIDA campus. Awards for scholarship will be
         based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit. Applicants must be U.S.
         citizens and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (A)
(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                                   GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS, continued
         RICHARD D. O’CONNOR ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship provides financial assistance to qualified students enrolled at any one of
         Northwood’s three campuses. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. Awards will be based on
         academic merit and financial need. (E)

         WILLIAM OLIVER INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ASSISTANCE SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon academic merit and financial need. Applicants
         must be an INTERNATIONAL student enrolled in a program of study at the TEXAS campus of
         Northwood University. All students applying for scholarship must be accepted and committed
         students for the year in which they are applying and have obtained a minimum grade point
         average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         ETHEL M. OLMSTED MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded. Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens at any
         Northwood University campus‚ demonstrating financial need and academic excellence. (E)

         THE OUIMET FAMILY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated participation in Northwood’s EXCEL
         Program and financial need. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in a program of study
         at the MICHIGAN, FLORIDA and/or TEXAS campuses of Northwood University. This
         scholarship is to rotate from campus to campus with a recipient being named for each campus
         consecutively. (E)

         OUTSTANDING BUSINESS LEADERS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in a program of study at the MICHIGAN, FLORIDA
         and/or TEXAS campuses of Northwood University. Applicants must have a minimum grade
         point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         OVERSEAS AUTOMOTIVE COUNCIL ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Two scholarships to be awarded on academic merit. Applicants must be enrolled full-time on
         the FLORIDA or MICHGIAN campus of Northwood University and be a 3rd or 4th year student
         in good academic and social standing, and have a 2.75 grade point average or better. One
         scholarship to be awarded to a student enrolled in the International Business Management
         curriculum; the second scholarship is to be awarded to a student in the Automotive Aftermarket
         Management curriculum. There are no restrictions on the citizenship or nationality of
         applicants(E)

         LINDA K. PARESKY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship award will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be enrolled in a business program of study at the FLORIDA campus of
         Northwood University. All students applying for scholarship must be U.S. citizens, accepted
         and committed to students for the year in which they are applying and have obtained a
         minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)



(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                              GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS, continued
         PEDERSON FAMILY FOUNDATION TERM-IN-EUROPE SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be enrolled in one of the programs of study leading to the Bachelor of
         Business Administration Degree at the FLORIDA campus of Northwood University, receiving
         need based financial aid at the time of application for participation in the next Term-In-Europe,
         have made the required deposit and submitted the required paperwork. Applicants must
         complete the application process for Term-In-Europe; they must furnish at least one letter of
         reference, excluding relatives. Applicant must also submit a letter, 250 to 500 words in length,
         stating the students reasons for requesting the award, and the benefits for the student and for
         the community that the student expects will be received in the event the student is able to
         participate in the T-I-E as a result of receiving this scholarship. All students applying for this
         scholarship must be accepted and committed students for the year in which they are applying
         and have obtained a minimum grade point average of 2.0. (A)

         PIONEER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon academic merit, leadership and community service.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in a program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of
         Northwood University, studying for the Bachelor’s Degree. First preference may be given to
         students who are First Generation College. All students applying for this scholarship must
         have obtained a minimum grade point average of 3.0 cumulative. (E)

         HERBERT AND ELSA PONTING FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
         Applicants must be from Wayne‚ Oakland or Macomb County‚ be a U.S. citizen and‚ enrolled
         full time in a program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. (E)

         J. DAVID AND JULIE POWER FAMILY SCHOLARSHIPS
         Award of the scholarship will be based upon demonstrated academic merit, and will be
         open to undergraduate students who have applied to transfer from another college or
         university to any of the three Northwood University campuses. Recipients must have
         demonstrated strong academic ability by meeting at least one of the following four minimum
         criteria: 1) GPA 3.0, 2) top 30% of class at previous academic institution, 3) SAT score 1050
         in math plus critical reading, 4) ACT score 21. (a)

         RANCILIO FAMILY STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Award for scholarship will be based upon being elected student body president. The award is
         designated for the MICHIGAN campus.

         READER’S DIGEST ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships. Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens at any Northwood campus‚
         showing financial need and academic excellence. (E)

         JAMIE READ MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship to be awarded to a student athlete studying on the Northwood University
         TEXAS campus. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled full-time and have a minimum
         grade point average of 2.5 (A)


(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                                   GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS, continued
         CHARLES F. REED ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon academic merit. Financial need is considered but
         not necessary. Applicants must be U.S. citizens‚ enrolled to obtain his/her B.B.A. at the
         TEXAS campus of Northwood University. Students going into his/her junior year will be
         considered. This scholarship will be renewed for the recipient’s senior year as long as a good
         academic standing has been maintained. (E)

         RICHARD M. REINSCH BUSINESS MANAGEMENT ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon academic merit. Applicants must be enrolled in a
         program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. (E)

         PATRICIA AND PERRY RIDDICK ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon academic merit and financial need. Applicants
         must be enrolled in a Business Management program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of
         Northwood University. First preference for the awarding of this scholarship will be to a
         deserving INTERNATIONAL student studying at the MICHIGAN campus who would without
         scholarship assistance be unable to attend Northwood. Applicants must have obtained a
         minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         EDWIN W. & LAVON ROBERTS ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         An applicant must be a student enrolled with eight hours or more every full term and has
         earned at least a 3.0 cumulative grade point average. This scholarship is open to students in
         both the traditional day program and the University College. The purpose of this scholarship is
         to help students attain their Business Administration degree so that they may compete more
         effectively in the marketplace. Students in all Northwood programs on the FLORIDA campus
         are eligible. (A)

         ROMANIAN HERITAGE ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarships awarded on a case-by-case basis. Eligible candidates include ethnic
         Romanians‚ citizens of Romania eligible for graduate study or U.S. residents of Romanian
         descent enrolled in any business program with a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or
         better. A committee of Northwood University staff and Romanian Heritage Association
         executives make the final selection. (E)

         GEORGE F. RUTLAND ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in a program of study at any of the three Northwood
         University campuses. Applicants must have a minimum grade point average of 2.5
         cumulative. (E)

         BOB SAKS MOTOR MALL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship will be awarded to a deserving Armenian student enrolled at Northwood University
         MICHIGAN campus. Awards for scholarship will be based on financial need and academic
         merit. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen and have obtained minimum grade point average of 2.5
         cumulative. (E)

(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                              GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS, CONTINUED
         JAMES W. SCHWARTZ MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. Citizens, enrolled in a Business Management program of study at the
         MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. Applicant must have obtained a 2.5 grade point
         average cumulative. (E)

         HERBERT AND KATHLEEN SERUM ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship to be awarded. This scholarship offers financial assistance to international
         students studying at any campus of Northwood University. Awards are based on academic
         merit and financial need. (E)

         SILVESTER FOUNDATION DEGREE COMPLETION SCHOLARSHIP
         Two scholarships will be based upon demonstrated academic merit and have previously
         completed service on the men’s basketball team. Recipients must have participated on the
         men’s basketball team at Northwood University, for which their athletic eligibility has expiried,
         but who have not yet completed their undergraduate degree requirements. Recipients must be
         nominated by the head men’s basketball coach for the ARTHUR SILVESTER, JR. and the
         REENE’ T. SILVESTER DEGREE COMPLETION SCHOLARSHIPS, and must be making
         satisfactory academic progress.

         STEPHEN SMITH ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded. Awarding will be based upon academic excellence.
         Applicants must be enrolled at the FLORIDA campus of Northwood University. United States
         citizenship is not a requirement. (E)

         MARVIN STEIN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship. Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens‚ upper division students‚
         residents of the Tri-Cities* Michigan area‚ and show academic excellence. Preference will
         be given to those students in marketing or retailing from the Michigan campus.
         Financial need is considered but not required. (* Midland‚ Saginaw‚ Bay City). (E)

         EDWARD C. & HAZEL L. STEPHENSON FOUNDATION ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarship awards in the amount of $3,000 will be made. Recipients of these awards
         will be identified as “Stephenson Scholars”. Applicants must be U.S. citizens enrolled in a
         program of study at Northwood University MICHIGAN campus for the year in which they are
         applying and have maintained a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 based on a 4 point
         scale. Awards will be based on demonstrated financial need as determined by the EFC.
         Scholarship may be renewed if recipient meets scholarship requirements. (E)

         deGIULIO TAMASSY SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship to be awarded to a student studying on the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood
         University. Award will be based upon academic merit and demonstrated financial need. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                              GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS, continued
         LINDA M. TERBUSH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship will be awarded to a deserving student at Northwood University MICHIGAN
         campus for the purpose of providing financial support. First preference will be given to a
         Northwood University freshman “walk on” athlete participating in the football program.
         Applicants must have obtained a 2.5 grade point average, have financial need and academic
         merit. (A)

         ALVIN S. AND GRACE TURNER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship to be awarded. Eligible candidates must be U.S. citizens enrolled at the
         MICHIGAN‚ FLORIDA‚ or TEXAS campus. Preference will be given to incoming freshmen
         from Hemlock‚ Michigan. Awards will be based upon academic merit. Awards are chosen
         by Hemlock High School. (E)

         DR. JOHANN TURNER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship may be awarded from the MICHIGAN, FLORIDA and/or TEXAS campus of
         Northwood University. Applicants must show financial need and academic merit. Applicants
         must have obtained a grade point average of 2.5 minimum.

         LEO VECELLIO ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in a program of study at any of the three Northwood
         University campuses. All students applying must have obtained a minimum grade point
         average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         THE WALBRO SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships will be awarded based upon demonstrated financial need and academic
         merit. Applicants must be United States citizens enrolled at the MICHIGAN campus of
         Northwood University. (E)

         DR. V. ORVAL WATTS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens and enrolled in a program of study at the MICHIGAN campus
         of Northwood University. Applicants must have obtained a grade point average of 2.5
         cumulative. (E)

         PAUL W. WILLIAMS SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship. Awards for scholarship are based upon demonstrated financial need and
         academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens‚ enrolled in a program of study at the
         FLORIDA campus of Northwood University. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                              GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS, continued
         SCOTT WILSON EMERGENCY BOOK SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based on financial need. Applicants must be enrolled in any of
         the business programs at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University, have a 2.5
         cumulative grade point average and enrolled as a full time traditional student. Amount of the
         award will be determined on a case-by-case basis. The recipient(s), a student who is
         experiencing need due to unexpected circumstances beyond their control will be assisted with
         this award. (A)

         OTIS G. WILSON FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship award will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic merit.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in a program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of
         Northwood University. All students applying for scholarship must be accepted and committed
         students for the year in which they are applying and have obtained a minimum grade point
         average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         ELEANOR WRIGHT SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for scholarship will be based upon academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens‚
         enrolled in a program of study at the FLORIDA campus of Northwood University. (E)

         FRANK WRIGHT SCHOLARSHIP
         One or two scholarships. Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens at the FLORIDA campus.
         Candidates must show special interest in the area of communications, be working
         towards a bachelor’s degree and demonstrate financial need. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                         HOTEL AND RESTAURANT SCHOLARSHIPS
         DALLAS RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION WOMEN’S AUXILIARY SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships are available. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, enrolled in the Hotel and
         Restaurant Management program at the Cedar Hill‚ TEXAS campus. Financial need is
         considered but not required. Academic excellence and demonstrated career interest are
         stressed. (E)

         DAVID A. GEYZER MEMORIAL
         One scholarship to be awarded. Awards for scholarship will be based upon demonstrated
         financial need and academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens‚ enrolled in the Hotel and
         Restaurant Management program of study at the MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University.
         (E)

         WARNER KERZMANN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Two scholarships are available. Eligible candidates include U.S. citizens at the MICHIGAN or
         FLORIDA campuses‚ demonstrating financial need and academic excellence. (E)

         PROFESSOR ANTHONY MARINO, SR. ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP
         Awards for this scholarship will be based upon demonstrated financial need and academic
         merit. Applicants must be enrolled in one of the programs of study leading to the Bachelor of
         Business Administration degree in Hotel Restaurant & Resort Management at the FLORIDA
         campus of Northwood University, with at least a 3.0 cumulative grade point average.

         MICHIGAN SUGAR HOTEL RESTAURANT/RESORT MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship will provide scholarship monies to deserving students studying at the
         MICHIGAN campus of Northwood University. Awards for scholarship will be based upon
         demonstrated financial need and academic merit. Applicants must be enrolled in the Hotel
         Restaurant Resort Management program of study. (A)

         WILLIAM STAFFORD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships are available. Proceeds from the Stafford Dinner determine the number
         and amount of scholarship awards. Applicants must be involved in the scholarship dinner‚
         other student-managed events, NUHE and have industry employment experience, career
         aspirations and leadership development. Scholarship recipients will be selected by the
         Northwood University scholarship committee. (A) DEADLINE- JANUARY 1, 2009 FOR
         RETURNING STUDENTS INTERESTED IN BEING CONSIDERED FOR STAFFORD
         DINNER SCHOLARSHIP!




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
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                                 MARKETING/MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIPS

         WILLO ANKER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship to be awarded to a deserving student enrolled in retail marketing or
         marketing/management at the MICHIGAN campus‚ with demonstrated academic achievement
         and career interest. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. (E)

         ARTISAN TILE COMPANY INC. ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         This scholarship is to be awarded to a student enrolled in the Marketing/Management program
         of study at the MICHIGAN campus. Awards for scholarship are based upon demonstrated
         financial need, participation in the Northwood University Work Study program (or part-time
         employment off campus), and academic merit. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. (E)

         J. NELSON FAIRBANKS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship to be awarded to a student studying Marketing/Management at Northwood’s
         FLORIDA campus. Awards will be based upon financial need. All applicants must be U.S.
         citizens, accepted and committed students for the year in which they are applying and have
         obtained minimum grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         FREDERICK T. KEELER MARKETING SCHOLARSHIP
         One scholarship. Scholarship will be awarded to an upper division student at the
         MICHIGAN campus‚ showing academic excellence and a promise of career potential in the
         marketing area. Apply through the business division chairperson. (E)

         K-MART PHARMACY MARKETING SCHOLARSHIP
         Scholarship to be awarded to a student studying at any one of the Northwood University
         campuses. Awards will be based upon financial need and academic merit. Applicants must
         be a U.S. citizens and have obtained a grade point average of 2.5 cumulative. (E)

         NATURE’S EARTH/NUWAE SCHOLARSHIP
         Multiple scholarships to be awarded annually. This scholarship will be available to students on
         Northwood’s FLORIDA campus that participate in the school’s NUWAE marketing program.
         Applicants must be U.S. citizens and have grade point average of 2.7 cumulative. Preference
         will be given toward students making the most improvement in their GPA. (A)

         KERRY L. SUMMERS MEMORIAL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
         Applicants for this scholarship must be females and majoring in advertising or marketing at the
         MICHIGAN campus‚ obtains satisfactory grades and demonstrates financial need. The donor
         prefers candidates who are willing to keep in contact with donor after candidate’s
         graduation. The award is restricted to the MICHIGAN campus. (E)




(A) = Annually funded scholarship; (E) = Endowed scholarship; interest earned from the principal provides funds for the award(s).
2009/2010 Academic Year
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