Scholarship Recipient Information

Congratulations on your academic achievements and your scholarship!

Your scholarship is being privately funded by generous individuals, corporations, or foundations who believe in you and the pursuit of higher education. It is important that these individuals are thanked personally for their generosity, and that they have an opportunity to see that their scholarship is making a difference in helping you achieve your degree.

Sharing your Gratitude

  • Scholarship Recipient Survey – In mid-September you will receive a scholarship recipient survey by e-mail. Please complete the survey promptly, but thoughtfully. The SU Foundation will share the information with your scholarship benefactor(s), and with your permission, in various printed materials, social media posts, and impact reports throughout the year.
  • Thanksgiving Cards – Each November, scholarship recipients have an opportunity to write special words of thanks to their benefactors. You will receive an e-mail sharing the time and location the cards will be available to sign.

Events

  • Fall: Scholarship Student Reception – cancelled for 2020
  • Spring:  Celebration of the Spirit of Generosity Scholarship Dinner – Date TBD

 

Important Contacts

  • Scholarships and Financial Aid:  Mr. Larry Reed, Assistant Director of Financial Aid and Scholarship Coordinator  |  lgreed@ship.edu |  717-477-1131
  • Study Abroad:  Ms. Mary Sloan-Burnett, Director of International Programs |  meburnett@ship.edu   |  717-477-1279
  • Questions about recipient responsibilities or events: Ms. Stacey Paul  |  sgpaul@sufoundation.org  |  717-477-1377

 

Other ways the SU Foundation Supports Students

Providing Jobs

Join the SU Foundation Phonathon team! Learn a new skill, make some new friends - AND make some money too!

Offering Affordable Off-Campus Housing

The SU Foundation owns and manages Hot Point, College Park, and Stone Ridge Commons.

Providing Funding for Research

The SU Foundation, through gifts to the Annual Fund, provides funding each year for the Joint Undergraduate Student/Faculty Research Program.