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Social Science and Natural Science

Ola Louise Blouke Memorial
Eligibility Requirements
1. Sophomore status (30+ credit hours completed by end of Spring 2014)
2. Registered in A.S. degree with intended major in chemistry, science, or math and planning to work in a corporate or manufacturing environment
3. Transferring to a four-year university to earn a bachelors degree
4. Minimum 3.25 GPA

Carpenter-Rinker-Novak Family
Eligibility Requirements
1. IVCC district resident
2. Sophomore status (30+ credit hours completed by end of Spring 2014)
3. Studying any of the following disciplines listed, but not limited to: agronomy, biochemistry, botany, curatorship, ecology, entomology, environmental studies, fishery biology, forestry, genetics, environmental geology, horticulture, marine biology, microbiology, physiology, plant pathology, pest control, soil conservation, soil science, waste management, wildlife biology or zoology
4. Minimum 3.00 GPA

Murray Crowder Memorial
Eligibility Requirements
1. IVCC district resident
2. Studying any of the following disciplines listed, but not limited to: agronomy, biochemistry, botany, curatorship, ecology, entomology, environmental studies, fishery biology, forestry, genetics, horticulture, marine biology, microbiology, physiology, plant pathology, pest control, soil conservation, soil science, waste management, wildlife biology or zoology
2. Minimum 2.75 GPA

Marshall-Ivlow-Graham
Eligibility Requirements
1. IVCC district resident
2. Pursuing a career in social studies, natural science or a healthcare field
3. Registered in a transfer degree (A.A., A.S., or A.E.S.)

William & Dian Taylor (tutition & fees only)
Addendum must be completed & submitted with application
Eligibility Requirements
1. Incoming freshman student (i.e., 2014 graduate from an IVCC district high school or home-schooled graduate)
2. Minimum 2.75 GPA
3. Student must register in transfer courses at IVCC and plan to transfer to a four-year college or university. NOTE: Should there be an instance where there are more than five qualified applicants, and all such applicants are substantially equally qualified, then preference will be given to the applicants who are pursuing a non-academic, four-year degree in a STEM field (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) or Accounting field
4. Recommendation letter is required from a high school instructor, counselor, administrator, or community member addressing student's character and potential
5. Results of ACT or SAT scores, if taken, must be submitted with scholarship application
6. Consideration will be given to qualified students who are first-generation (i.e., parents do not have a four-year college degree) and/or students with financial need
NOTE: The award is renewable for the student's second year if a cumulative 3.00 GPA is maintained and a plan to transfer to a four-year college or university continues to be demonstrated.

The William & Dian Taylor Scholarship for STEM students (for IVCC students transferring to NIU only)