Office of Advancement - Scholarships
Dale Alspaugh Fund
Dr. Dale Alspaugh and his wife, Marlowe Alspaugh, as an expression of his sixteen years of dedicated service, established an endowed fund to be used by Purdue North Central for scholarships for undergraduates or as designated by the Chancellor of PNC.
||Dr. Dale Alspaugh (1932-2004)
PNC Chancellor 1984-1999
Dworkin Family Scholarship
Awarded to promising undergraduate students
studying at Purdue University North Central.
Michael J. Harrigan Memorial Scholarship
This endowed fund awards one or more annual scholarships based on academic merit to Purdue University North Central undergraduates who are Indiana residents. Recipients must have a GPA of 3.5 or better and have completed at least
12 credit hours.
||Mr. Michael J. Harrigan
(1928 - 2003)
Barbara and Bernie Lootens Scholarship
An endowed fund awarding a scholarship to an
undergraduate student majoring in liberal arts or
humanities. The student must
have a cumulative GPA of 2.5
or better and hold at least
Harold C. Moran Memorial Scholarship
Awarded to a PNC student who has completed 24 semester hours with an overall GPA of 3.0 or better. Student must attend a minimum of nine credit hours each semester.
Murdock-Woodard Memorial Scholarship
Scholarships given in memory of Professor Howard D. Murdock
and Professor Margaretha W. Woodard.
Robert and Betty Jane Schwarz Scholarship
Awarded to a Purdue North Central student who has a 2.5 GPA or better. This fund was created by the Purdue North Central Alumni Association to honor Dean Schwarz for his dedication to PNC.
||Robert F. Schwarz (1922 - 1984)
Barker Center Director 1953 - 1967
Purdue North Central Dean and Director
1967 - 1972
Van Eekeren Family Scholarship
Awarded to undergraduate students at PNC. To be eligible
for this scholarship a student must be enrolled full-time,
have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.2/4.0, be a graduate of a United States high school, be in good academic standing at PNC and have financial need.