Scholarships

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The USM Foundation provides a variety of scholarships to eligible students through a scholarship application system that has many useful features and benefits. Students can easily search, review requirements, apply and accept awards for available scholarship opportunities. Interested students can apply for all scholarships administered by the USM Foundation using this online application. Students are required to complete the application only once each academic year. 

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      Find the right scholarship for YOU!

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  • Log in to the scholarship application system using your Campus ID and SOAR password.
  • Browse all available USM Foundation scholarships.
  • Complete the application.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more opportunites check out the admissions office website under Scholarships & Financial Aid

For scholarships outside USM go to Office of National Scholarships

Descriptions of the Nutrition and Food Systems Scholarships:

Margaret McCarthy Scholarship

 

The purpose of this fund is to award scholarships to students in Hotel and Restaurant Administration and Dietetics with half interest to each.

Allene Vaden Scholarship

 

The purpose of this fund is to award a scholarship to a graduate student completing a degree in Food Service Institution Management who has chosen a thesis research topic regarding Food Service/Institution Management.  Half of the award is to be paid upon selection of the student, the other half to be paid upon submission to the graduate school of an approved thesis, no later than two years after the initial award is made.  The recipient will be determined by application to, and reviewed by, a committee composed of faculty in Food Service Management and the Director of Home Economics.

Fern Rogers Hesson Scholarship

 

The purpose of this fund is to provide a scholarship to an undergraduate student in the field of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Service.

Mark C. Applewhite Memorial Nutrition Scholarship

 

The purpose of this fund is to award one or more scholarships to native Mississippians pursuing graduate studies in Nutrition on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character and need.

Norma Brogan Johnston Memorial Endowment in Nutrition and Food Systems

 

The purpose of this fund is to serve in loving memory of Mrs. Norma Brogan Johnston and to provide a scholarship for a student seeking a degree and career path in the Department of Nutrition and Food Systems.  The recipient should be a Mississippi resident and maintain a 3.50 GPA.  They should have demonstrated strong leadership during high school.

Ruth Ann M. Broome Scholarship Endowment

 

The purpose of this fund is to award a scholarship to a deserving Dietetics student in the Department of Nutrition and Food Systems who has been accepted to the dietetic internship program at The University of Southern Mississippi. Preference will be given to students who are native Mississippians.

Jane Boudreaux Scholarship Endowment

 

The purpose of this fund is to award a scholarship to a student majoring in Nutrition and Dietetics.  Consideration will be given to a native Mississippian.

Merchants Foodservice Nutrition and Food Systems Scholarship Endowment

 

The purpose of this fund is to award a scholarship to a student in the Department of Nutrition and Food Systems who is a native Mississippian.

Karl Huhner and Darlene Smith-Huhner Memorial Annual Scholarship

 

The purpose of this fund is to award a $500 scholarship annually to a student who is majoring in Nutrition with a minimum 3.25 GPA. First preference shall be given to a student from the New Orleans Metro Area. Second preference shall be given to a full-time graduate student.

Driskell/Peters Graduate Research Fellowship Endowment

 

The purpose of this fund is to award a scholarship to a graduate student enrolled full-time in a Master's Degree program in Nutrition with a 3.0 GPA or above. The recipient must be a U.S. citizen and may hold the fellowship for a maximum of two years. Recipient must work 15-20 hours weekly on assigned nutrition research project.