THE WALLACE E. ANDERSON SCHOLARSHIP
The Wallace E. Anderson Scholarship was initiated in 1979 as the result of contributions from family and friends of Major General Wallace E. Anderson. The fund is named in honor of Major General Wallace E. Anderson, Citadel Class of 1934. Major General Anderson served The Citadel for more than 42 years as a Physics Professor, Department Head, and Dean of the College. Scholarships are available to physics majors who possess attributes in accord with the high standards of The Citadel. The first award was made in 1988.
THE JOHN H. DANIEL, CLASS OF 1935, SCHOLARSHIP
The John H. Daniel, Class of 1935, Scholarship was established in 2000 in memory of Mr. Daniel by his children. Scholarships are available to cadets seeking an undergraduate degree in Physics, with preference given to residents of Darlington, S.C. The first award was made in 2006.
THE HORACE A. MORRIS SCHOLARSHIP
The Horace A. Morris Scholarship was established in January of 2007 by Horace A. Morris, Class of 1959. Scholarships are available to cadets pursuing a Bachelors of Science degree in any applied science, with preference given to cadets pursuing the study of physics. Eligibility for this scholarship requires that the cadet comes from one of the following South Carolina counties: Oconee, Pickens, Greenville, Spartanburg, Gaffney, Union, Laurens, Greenwood, or Abbeville. The first award was made in 2008.
THE BONNY B. AND JOHN J. MOTYL, JR., SCHOLARSHIP
The Bonny B. and John J. Motyl, Jr., Scholarship was established in 2000 by Lt. Col. John J. Motyl, Jr., U.S. Air Force, Ret., Citadel Class of 1975, and his wife Mrs. Bonny B. Motyl. Scholarships are available to cadets majoring in Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, or Math who are United States citizens. The first award was made in 2002.
ALLAN-WIDEMAN ENDOWMENT FUND
The Allan-Wideman Endowment fund was established through a bequest by Samuel A. and Jane Allan Wideman to perpetuate the memories of Samuel A. Wideman, Class of 1929, and William Sutherland Allan, Class of 1887. The purpose of this fund is to assist in the continuation of an excellent academic environment at The Citadel by awarding a scholarship to a cadet or a faculty member with preferences given to those in the academic disciplines of chemistry, mathematics, physics, biology, geology, computer science, and engineering. However, it can be awarded to other promising or deserving candidates in other academic areas.
JOE M. SUTHERLAND, ’30 SCHOLARSHIP
The primary purpose of this endowment is to provide funds for scholarship support. First preference will be given to rising junior or senior physics majors meeting a 3.3 GPA requirement. Financial need may be a consideration.