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Leland and Gladys Gabrielson Memorial Scholarship. Established with estate gifts from these friends of Augustana.

Thomas E. Gahl Memorial Scholarship. Established by family and friends of Thomas E. Gahl, a sociology major and 1969 graduate of Augustana. Awarded annually with preference given to students majoring in sociology. In addition, scholarship recipients must be involved in at least one extra-curricular activity and maintain a 2.5 grade-point average on a 4.0 grading scale. Where possible, the scholarship will be awarded to members of the Beta Omega Sigma social fraternity who also meet the above guidelines.

S. James Galley Scholarship. Established by former students, present students and friends to recognize James Galley's twenty-five years of teaching at Augustana. To be awarded to students majoring in accounting.

Gamma Alpha Beta Academic Leadership Scholarship. Established by alumni of the Gamma Alpha Beta fraternity. Awarded to active members of the fraternity with the highest grade-point average.

Marvin L. and Marian H. Gassman Scholarship. Established by gifts from these graduates (Classes of 1933 and 1932) in appreciation for education received at Augustana. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need, with first consideration given to students from Iowa.

Gloria Dei Lutheran Church Scholarship. Established by members of Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, Downers Grove, Illinois. To be awarded annually to Lutheran students with financial need with consideration to be given to members of Gloria Dei Lutheran Church of Downers Grove.

Herbert L. and Alta K. Glynn Memorial Scholarship. Established by lifetime gifts from Herbert L. Glynn and increased by a bequest from his estate. Designated for a student pursuing a degree program in music, including a positive interest in vocal training and choral conducting.

Richard K. Glynn Memorial Scholarship in Business Administration. Established by family and friends of Richard Glynn in recognition of his career in marketing. Annual awards are to be made on the recommendation of the Department of Business Administration.

Alice and Richard Godfrey Scholarship. Established by Alice and Richard Godfrey '76, a member of the college's Board of Trustees. Scholarships available to students majoring in political science with a focus on pre-law, or majoring in environmental studies. Preference shall be given to students participating on the Augustana College Debate Team.

Adeline H. Goodman Scholarship. A bequest by Adeline H. Goodman. Awarded to a student of piano.

Grace Lutheran Church Scholarship. Established by members of Grace Lutheran Church, LaGrange, Illinois. Awarded annually to Lutheran students on the basis of academic achievement and financial need. Preference will be given to members of Grace Lutheran Church of LaGrange or to students from the Near West Conference of the Metropolitan Chicago Synod of the ELCA.

Richard M. Greenhalgh Memorial Scholarship. Established by members of the Greenhalgh Weiss families, this scholarship will be awarded to women who have a grade point average between 2.75 and 3.25 on a 4.0 scale. Preference will be given to women who are orientation leaders.

Peter G. Grevas Memorial Scholarship. Established by a gift from Dr. and Mrs. Theodore Grevas. To be awarded to English majors with preference for students interested in careers in journalism.

Jonathan C. Grice Memorial Scholarship. Established by an estate plan gift from Jonathan C. Grice, Class of 1966. To be awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need with first consideration given to students majoring in accounting or business.

Patricia Grimm Scholarship. Established by Patricia Grimm, Class of 1970, in appreciation for education received at Augustana. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need, with first preference given to students majoring in accounting from the Iowa Quad Cities.

Paul and Patricia (Nellans) Guehler Chemistry Scholarship. Established by Paul and Patricia (Nellans) Guehler, both members of the Class of 1960. Scholarships available to sophomores, juniors and seniors majoring in chemistry or biochemistry who have demonstrated financial need and have achieved positive academic records.

Carl A. E. and Mayta Gustafson Scholarship. Established by estate plan gifts from Carl, Class of 1925, and Mayta Gustafson. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need.

Ruby Jo Gustofson Memorial Scholarship. Established by family and friends to honor the life of Ruby Jo Gustofson, a 1963 graduate of Augustana College. Awards are restricted to juniors or seniors majoring or minoring in music. Preference will be given to students who demonstrate financial need.

The Gustus Family Scholarship. Established in memory of Reuel T. Gustus by members of his family. To be awarded to worthy students with financial need, with preference given to students studying business-related subjects.

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The Forrest A. Hainline, Jr. Memorial Scholarship. Established to honor the life of Forrest A. Hainline, Jr., a graduate of the Class of 1940. Awards made on the basis of need, with preference given to students with an interest in debate and/or public speaking.

Dag Hammarskjöld and Raoul Wallenberg Memorial Scholarship. Awards made on the basis of academic achievement and financial need with preference given to students interested in world peace and majoring in political science.

Dr. Edward Hamming Memorial Scholarship. Established by the family, friends, faculty colleagues and former students of Dr. Edward Hamming, Professor of Geography at Augustana. Awarded annually to a student or students on the basis of academic achievement and financial need with preference given to geography majors.

Alvina (Al) Hansen Scholarship. Established in honor of Alvina (Al) Hansen, and in recognition of the two decades of education provided by the Red Shoes Pre-Kindergarten program under the leadership of Al Hansen. This scholarship is designated for students majoring in elementary education.

Frederick and Rachel Hansen Memorial Scholarship. Established through an estate plan gift from Mr. and Mrs. Hansen. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need.

Ralph W. Hansen Scholarship. Established on the occasion of Ralph's 25th year at the college. Awarded each year to a junior psychology major who has shown outstanding interest, ability and motivation in pursuing the study of psychology per recommendation by the Department of Psychology.

Thomas F. and Wanda W. Hanson Scholarship. Established by the Reverend Dr. Thomas, a member of the Board of Trustees, and Wanda Hanson. To be awarded to a junior or senior majoring in English. Recommendations will be made by the Chair of the English Department based on academic achievement and merit without regard to financial need.

Ruth Harris Memorial Scholarship. Established by a gift from the estate of Della Ruth Harris (Class of 1915). Awarded annually to needy and deserving students.

Stanley and Bernice Harris Memorial Scholarship. Established by the estate of Stanley and Bernice Harris. To provide partial scholarships for worthy students as selected by the Deans of the College.

Ruth Anne Erickson Hartman Scholarship. Established by Ruth Anne Erickson Hartman in grateful recognition of her Augustana education and experience, with preference given to those students intending to major in mathematics; with further preference to students transferring from Black Hawk College or in the alternative, any other Illinois community college.

Nils and Patricia Tillberg Hasselmo Scholarship. Established by Dr. and Mrs. Nils Hasselmo (Classes of 1957 and 1952). To be awarded annually to students on the basis of academic achievement and financial need with preference given to students taking courses in Scandinavian studies.

William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship. Established by the William Randolph Hearst Foundation. To be awarded on the basis of financial need to students of low income and students of underrepresented populations, with a preference for students who intend to permanently reside in the United States after completion of their studies.

Donald J. and Louise Taylor Heath Family Scholarship. Established by gifts from Donald and Louise Heath (Class of 1953). To be awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need.

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Heeren Family Scholarship. Established by Mr. and Mrs. Heeren, long-time friends of Augustana. To be awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need.

Hegg Family Scholarship. Established by alumni members of the Hegg Family in appreciation for education received at Augustana and in memory of Bonnie Hegg Campbell. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need with preference given to music majors.

Amy Helpenstell Scholarship. Established by Amy Helpenstell (Class of 1992). Awarded to Quad-City area students with demonstrated financial need, with first preference to English or foreign language majors.

Franz and Esta Helpenstell Scholarship. Established by these special friends of Augustana, and to be awarded annually on the basis of academic achievement and financial need with first consideration given to graduates of Rock Island High School.

Jack R. and Annette H. Henderson Scholarship. Established by these long-time friends, in appreciation of the college's contributions. This scholarship will be awarded to students for whom financial aid is essential for them to attend Augustana College, with preference for those preparing for a career in an engineering field or the sciences.

John B. and Rosemarie Hendren Endowed Scholarship. Established to provide assistance to promising young students with strong records of academic achievement and majoring in music.

Thomas F. Hibbard Memorial Scholarship. In memory of Thomas F. Hibbard, Professor of Music, 1950-77. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need, with first preference to students majoring in music who have an interest in taking instruction in violin.

Joseph M. Hoare Scholarship in Geology. Honors an alumnus, Class of 1942, whose entire professional career of 37 years was spent in studying the rugged terrain of Alaska for the U.S. Geological Survey. He mapped and reported on the geology of 66,000 square miles (about 10% of Alaska, equivalent to the area of Washington State), a unique achievement. For advanced geology majors.

Violet M. Hofflund Scholarship. Established by a bequest from the estate of Violet M. Hofflund. To be awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need, with first consideration given to speech pathology majors.

Paul Franklin and Louise Anderson Hoglund Scholarship. Established by Louise Anderson Hoglund in memory of her husband, Paul F. Hoglund. Scholarships are unrestricted.

Nels and Dorothy Hokanson Memorial Scholarship. Established by a bequest from the estate of Nels (Class of 1933) and Dorothy Hokanson. To be awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need.

Martin J. Holcomb Memorial Scholarship. Established by former students and friends in memory of "Prof" Holcomb, Professor of Speech and Debate Coach, 1932-1969. To provide scholarships for communication sciences and disorders majors and debaters.

J.A. and Amelia Holmén Family Scholarship. Established in memory of J.A. (Class of 1884) and Amelia Holmén. Preference shall be given to students who intend to pursue a career in the Christian ministry, or who intend to pursue a career or graduate study in organ or church music. If there are no such students in a given year, the scholarship shall be awarded to music students.

Reynold and Betty Holmen Scholarship. Established by members of the Holmen family in tribute to Reynold (Class of 1936) and Betty Holmen. First preference shall be to students majoring in chemistry.

Gaynell and Dale Holmgrain Scholarship. Established by Gaynell and Dale Holmgrain. To be awarded to worthy students at Augustana.

David P. and Eleanor K. Hopley Family Scholarship. Established by David, class of 1954, and Eleanor Knott, class of 1956, Hopley. To be awarded annually to accounting majors who demonstrate financial need.

Dr. C. Leland Horberg Scholarship. Established in memory of Dr. C. Leland Horberg. To be awarded to a junior or senior student majoring in geology.

Kurt J. Horberg Family Scholarship. Established by gifts from Kurt Horberg (Class of 1974 and member of the Board of Trustees). To be awarded annually to a student with an interest in law, philosophy, religion or medicine.

Judge Robert J. Horberg Memorial Scholarship. Established by family and friends in memory of Judge Robert J. Horberg, Class of 1934. Award to be made annually to a junior or senior student with preference for those enrolled in a pre-law course. If such applicants are not available, business administration or political science majors will be selected.

Howard A. and Bessie (Smith) Hubbell Scholarship. Established by Lyle and Jean (Hubbell) Peterson in memory of her grandparents. To be awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need, with preference given to students majoring in history, English or music.

Ann Hutchinson Scholarship. Established by Ann Hutchinson, Class of 1973, in recognition and appreciation of her parents, her Augustana education and the need to provide scholarship opportunities to worthy students. Preference shall be given to students who are from states other than Illinois and Iowa, particularly students from inner city areas of large metropolitan centers, in the interest of promoting diversity among the student body.

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