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Marian and Raymond Chelberg Outstanding Science Athlete Scholarship

  • Value: variable — renewable
  • Criteria: minimum 3.0 GPA, demonstrated leadership abilities and excel in at least one varsity sport; awarded at end of junior year; earned at least 30 LSSU credits
  • Curriculum: natural science or math
  • Selected by: recommendation of the Athletic Department

Ronald “Bud” Cooper Endowed Award

  • Value: variable — non-renewable
  • Criteria: one award will be given to student athletes participating in each of four Division II women’s sports including softball, tennis, track and cross country. Students must have earned a minimum 2.0 GPA. Awards will be given to juniors in the spring for their senior year. If there are no eligible juniors, the award may be given to a sophomore.
  • Selected by: recommendation of the Athletic Department

Jim Fallis Endowed Athletic Fund

  • Value: variable — non-renewable
  • Criteria: merit based; earned at least 26 LSSU credits; have been an All-American honoree the previous academic year; be an enrolled student athlete and eligible per NCAA rules covering participation in varsity sports at LSSU; minimum 2.5 GPA; due to NCAA rules, an individual who is receiving full equivalency grant-in-aid is not eligible; in the event that no student athletes meet these guidelines, the selection committee may select an individual who has excelled in his or her sport and in the classroom
  • Selected by: recommendation of the Athletic Department

Dillon F. Menard Memorial Scholarship

  • Value: up to $1000 — non-renewable
  • Criteria: merit based; must be a member of the LSSU track and cross country teams; minimum 3.0 GPA, must be at least sophomore status.
  • Selected by: recommendation of the LSSU Track and Cross Country Coach and the LSSU Athletic Director

James R. Mason Memorial Scholarship

  • Value: $1000 — non-renewable
  • Criteria: merit based; must be a member of the LSSU hockey team, preference given to residents of Chippewa, Luce or Mackinac County of Michigan, consideration will be given to candidates who have played hockey for at least one season in the Sault Amateur Hockey Association or for secondary institution in the listed counties of preference, freshmen or transfer students or current students with a minimum 3.0 GPA, financial need may be considered.
    Selected by: recommendation of the LSSU Hockey Coach and LSSU Athletic Director

Ruth Norvell Endowment Fund

  • Value: variable — non-renewable
  • Criteria: merit and need based; must be a walk-on or partially-funded student athlete and have been accepted as a member of the LSSU NCAA Division I Laker ice hockey team; must maintain an academic standing equal to the NCAA requirements for participation; award may be renewed if all conditions are met following year
  • Selected by: recommendation of the LSSU Hockey Coach and LSSU Athletic Director

Dr. Harry Pike Award

  • Value: variable — non-renewable
  • Criteria: merit based; Michigan residents; preference given to students with financial need
    Note: This annual scholarship will be awarded on a rotating basis, if allowable by NCAA regulations, to a sport not fully funded and not supplemented by the “Bud” Cooper Endowed Scholarship in a given year. The sports will be listed by priority to determine the rotation basis. In the event there is no eligible recipient according to the rotation list, a student from the sport next in line will be selected. The displaced sport will revert to the next year’s top priority.
  • Selected by: recommendation of the Athletic Department

Gil Somes Endowed Award

  • Value: variable — non-renewable
  • Criteria: full-time student working as a student equipment manager or student athletic trainer for the LSSU Athletic Department; minimum cumulative 2.50 GPA; preference given to student with demonstrated financial need; if there is no eligible candidate, a student-athlete working with the Athletic Department may be considered
  • Selected by: recommendation of the Athletic Department

Chris Yanni Memorial Award

  • Value: variable — non-renewable
  • Criteria: merit based; recipient must be one of the top-seven runners of the LSSU men’s cross country team; made significant contributions to the success of the cross country program; minimum 2.0 GPA; be a citizen of Canada or the United States (preference will be given to those applicants from Northern Ontario or Michigan); must have run for the LSSU cross country team for at least one full season and be returning to LSSU and competing for the cross country team the following year; must be a strong advocate for athletics and the virtues of clean, healthy living
  • Selected by: recommendation of the Athletic Department
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