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Daniel J. Doyle Scholarship
- Enrolled in any Business, Arts & Sciences or Arts & Sciences Division or Brewing & Fermentation Science or Emergency Management & Homeland Security or Graphic Design & Art or Human Services & Restorative Justice or Individualized Programs of Study or Business & Hospitality Division or Accounting & Business Administration or Baking & Culinary major
- Are a non-traditional student as defined by entering Penn College four or more years after high school
- Have maintained a 3.0 cumulative GPA or higher after completing at least 24 college credits
- Have served in the United States military, are on active duty, or are enlisted in the Reserves or National Guard
- Exhibits leadership in an on-campus and/or community initiatives or activities
- Enrolled full-time
- Be a first-year , or transfer student
Alberts Family Scholarship
- Enrolled in any Plastics & Polymer Engineering Technology major
- Have demonstrated an ability to creatively apply their knowledge of plastics and polymers
- Semester credit hours greater or equal to 12
- Enrolled full-time
- Be a second-year student
Chester D. Schuman Scholarship
- Enrolled in one of the following majors:
- Baking & Pastry Arts | A.A.S.
- Culinary Arts Technology | A.A.S.
- Landscape/Plant Production Technology | A.A.S.
- Landscape/Horticulture Technology: Plant Production Emphasis | Associate of Applied Science Degree
- Plastics & Polymer Engineering Technology | B.S.
- Plastics & Polymer Technology | A.A.S.
- Have successfully completed 24 credit hours of post-secondary education
- Must be a graduate from Warrior Run high school in Northumberland County
- Enrolled full-time or part-time
- Be a first-year , second-year , third-year , or fourth-year student
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