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Bernard Taylor Scholarship in Voice. Established by a gift from an anonymous donor in honor of Mr. Taylor. Awarded annually to junior and senior music majors concentrating in voice.

Ruth Holmén Taylor Award in Voice. Established by former students and friends of Ruth Holmén Taylor. To be awarded to students in music education and voice instruction.

Frank and Carla (Reynolds) Telleen Scholarship. Established by Frank, Class of 1939 and Carla, Class of 1950, Telleen. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need with first consideration given to students with an interest in journalism.

Emily S. Thomson Scholarship. A bequest from the estate of Emily S. Thomson. Unrestricted.

Thrivent Scholarship for Lutheran Students. Established by a grant from Lutheran Brotherhood, which later through a merger became Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, a fraternal benefit society based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Earnings from the fund provide scholarships for Lutheran students.

Leroy F. and Helen V. Thummel Scholarship. Established by Leroy Thummel to recognize the role Augustana College played in the education of several members of the Thummel family. To be awarded to juniors and seniors who are majoring (or minoring) in music. Preference will be given to students who are also members of the Augustana College Choir.

Isabelle G. Till Endowed Scholarship Fund. Awarded to any full-time student in any course of study with the following criteria being used to determine the recipients, (1) academic excellence (3.5 grade average for the prior year, or better, on a 4.0 point system) and (2) financial need.

Walter and Bertha Tillberg Memorial Scholarship. Established by the Tillberg family in memory of their parents who served Trinity Lutheran Church in Moline, Illinois, as pastor and support staff for 44 years. To be awarded annually to Lutheran students on the basis of academic ability and financial need.

Hellen and Walter Tiller Educational Scholarship. Established by a bequest from Walter J. Tiller, of Rock Island, Illinois, to provide financial assistance to enable the recipients to further their educational opportunities at Augustana College.

Tracy Scholarship. Established by Karen Tracy Sutherland, Class of 1964. Funds will be designated for students who demonstrate financial need, with preference given to students majoring in mathematics and/or computer science.

Donna Jean Joneson Trethewey Scholarship. Established by Rev. Jack (Class of 1950) and Donna (Class of 1947) Trethewey. To be awarded with a preference for Christian students majoring in education.

Trinity Lutheran Church-Moline-Ericsson School Scholarship. To provide financial aid to students attending Augustana who are graduates of Ericsson School.

Daniel and Linda Tsui Scholarship. Funded through gifts from these Augustana alumni to provide assistance to international students from the Third World who have financial need.

Robert and Norma Tunberg Scholarship. Established by the families of Jeff and Jon Tunberg in honor of their parents. To be awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need with preference given to students with active involvement in Christian outreach and service in any Christian ministry including Young Life, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

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Robert B. Van Buren Memorial Scholarship. Established in memory of her husband by Ernestine Van Buren. Mr. Van Buren was the first geology major at Augustana College, graduating in 1929. Preference will be given to students majoring in geology.

Henry and Alice Veld Scholarship. Established in tribute to Henry Veld (founder of the Augustana Choir) and his wife, Alice. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need, with first preference to students involved in choral music.

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Clarence and Agnes Wahlstrom Memorial Scholarship. To be awarded annually to students with financial need with consideration given to members of Trinity Lutheran Church, Moline, Illinois.

The Dale S. Wahlstrom Endowed Scholarship. Established through the generosity of Dale Wahlstrom, who attended Augustana and maintained a lifelong interest in the college. To be awarded annually to worthy students with financial need.

Dale S. Wahlstrom Memorial Scholarship. Established by a gift from the estate of Dale S. Wahlstrom (Class of 1941). To be awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need to graduates of Moline (Illinois) High School, with preference given to students who were involved in high school extra-curricular activities.

Eric H. and Ruth V. Wahlstrom Memorial Scholarship. Established in memory of Eric Wahlstrom (Class of 1919) and Ruth Wahlstrom (Class of 1924). Awarded annually to worthy students with preference given to a pre-theological student, a student preparing for special missionary service or an international student from the overseas church.

Arthur A. Wald and Marilyn Wald Laros Scholarship. Established in memory of Dr. Arthur A. Wald, Professor Emeritus of Swedish and former Dean of the College, by his daughter, Marilyn Wald Laros '51, loyal alumna and former member of the Alumni Association Board of Directors. The scholarship is unrestricted.

Alvin M. Walgren Schholarship. Established by Alvin Walgren (Class of 1936). To be awarded to worthy students on the basis of financial need and academic achievement.

Axel Wallin Memorial Scholarship. Established by a gift from the estate of Doris Klein Campbell (Class of 1930), a former student of Professor Wallin. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need with preference given to students majoring in education.

Larned A. Waterman Memorial Scholarship. Established by a bequest from the estate of Larned A. Waterman, a member of the College Board of Directors from 1972-80, and gifts from his family. To be awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need.

Erwin Weber Scholarship Fund. Awarded to students of German studying in Germany.

Miriam A. Weeks Memorial Scholarship. Established by a bequest from the estate of Miriam A. Weeks. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need, with first consideration to students majoring in history or the fine arts.

The Werner Family Scholarship. Established by members of the Chicago-area Werner family: Irene M., Class of 1937; Evert E., Class of 1938, and Edith Lindquist Werner; Thelma Werner Crane, Class of 1950; Martha Crane Scheidler, Class of 1973; and Sharon Werner Schmeltzer, Class of 1965. Funds awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need.

Florence C. and John E. Wertz Scholarship. Established through a gift from Florence Wertz, Class of 1944. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need with preference given to communication sciences and disorders majors.

Granger and Helen Westberg Scholarship. Established by Dr. and Mrs. Westberg (Class of 1935). To be awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need.

Western Chance Scholarship. Established through the generosity of Western Chance, Inc. To be awarded annually to students who are residents of the Quad Cities.

The Westman Family Scholarship. Established by Alvin and Marilyn Westman (Class of 1953). To be awarded to students in their junior or senior year who have maintained a 3.25 grade-point average and have been significantly involved in co-curricular activities on the campus.

Augusta C. Westphal Scholarship in Music. Established by Augusta Westphal, a friend of Augustana. To be awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement, to students studying music or participating in music programs at Augustana.

Wheelan-Pressly Scholarship. Established by Robert Wheelan and Steven Pressly. To be awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need.

F.B. White Memorial Scholarship. Established by Mrs. F.B. White in memory of her husband. Awarded to deserving students on the basis of academic achievement and financial need.

Trevor and Margaret Will Scholarship. Established by Trevor (Class of 1975) and Margaret Johnson (Class of 1974) Will. To be awarded to students with financial need, with preference given to students who are majoring in education.

Lewis B. Wilson Memorial Scholarship. Established through gifts by family and friends in memory of Lewis B. Wilson, who attended Augustana College from 1917 to 1919. Awards made to students based on academic merit, with preference given to graduates of Rock Island High School.

The Bertil G. and Beatrice M. Winstrom Scholarship. Established by Bertil G. and Beatrice M. Winstrom. To be awarded to qualified persons from Sweden who wish to pursue serious academic studies at Augustana College, with preference given to qualified members of the Vasa Order of America in Sweden. If awarded to a person for more than one year, at least a 3.0 grade-point average shall be required for an annual renewal. Income from this fund may also be used to cover expenses of a Swedish person to guest lecture at Augustana College on Swedish-related subjects.

Clarence F. and Edna A. Wittenstrom Memorial Scholarship. Established by gifts from family members in memory of Clarence and Edna Wittenstrom (Class of 1928). Awarded to students enrolled in a program of professional career preparation, preferably law, medicine or ministry.

Clifford R. and Lois M. Wood Scholarship. Established by gifts from Clifford Wood (Class of 1956) in memory of Lois Wood (Class of 1957). Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need, with preference given to students majoring in biology or English.

World War II Era Classes Endowed Scholarship. Initiated by a challenge gift from Roger (Class of 1949) and Elise Peterson and established through the benevolence of more than 300 alumni and friends. To be awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need.

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Marguerite J. Young Memorial Scholarship. Awarded to students on the basis of academic achievement and financial need. Unrestricted.

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Lila A. Zobrist Memorial Scholarship. Established by Karl Zobrist, a 1971 alumnus of Augustana, in memory of his grandmother. Restricted to a student studying piano, although the student need not be majoring in music. To be awarded annually to students without regard to financial need.

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