Scholarships

 

ASL Scholarship Program

The ASL Honor Society is proud to sponsor the first nationwide scholarships available to students majoring or minoring in ASL, Deaf Studies, Deaf Education, and Interpreter Preparation. Current scholarship amounts range between $1,750.00 and $2,500.00 each. Scholarships are offered to students who will begin college in the fall, or are currently enrolled. Applicants must have an active chapter of the ASL Honor Society on campus to be eligible. Under no circumstances will scholarships be awarded to students from campuses that are not members of the ASL Honor Society.

Suggestions for applicants:

  • Document your community service
  • Participate in the Deaf Art and / or the ASL Literature competitions
  • Have someone proof-read your ASL and English essays before submitting your application packet

Scholarship Applications:

For students who are currently enrolled in college: 2019 ASLHS Scholarship Application available November 1, 2018.

For high school seniors who will enter college in the Fall: 2019 ASLHS Scholarship Application available November 1, 2018.

Scholarship Deadline is May 1, 2019


Congratulations to the 2018 recipients!

Patrick Hoarty. Attending Columbia College Chicago.

Victoria Hossler. Attending the University of South Florida.

Taylor Hull. Attending Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis.

Breanna Price. Attending Weber State University.

Leah Russ. Attending North Central University.

Michaela Elizabeth Whearty. Attending Saint Francis University.

 

Past Winners of the ASL Scholarships

2017:

Delaney Besse, of Ohio. Attending the University of Akron.

Madeleine Fordham, of New York. Attending the University of Rochester.

Abigail Harris, of Texas. Attending The University of Texas at Austin.

Jessica Zeak, of Pennsylvania. Attending St. Francis University.

2016:

Kenneth D'Avila, of Florida. Attending Valencia College.

Brooke Kaylor, of California. Attending Western Oregon University.

Rachel Roy, of Maine. Attending Rochester Institute of Technology.

Erica Williams, of Alaska. Attending The University of Alaska.

2015:

Emily Moyers, of Maryland. Attending Montgomery Community College.

Kelli Mulligan, of Missouri. Attending William Woods University.

Alyssia Pagan, of North Carolina. Attending Gardner Webb University.

Kaitlyn Persico, of New York. Attending Gallaudet University.

2014:

Crystal Forester, of Georgia. Attending Tennessee Temple University.

Kerry McGovern, of Maryland. Attending Towson University.

Erica Quittem, of South Dakota. Attending Augustana College.

Kristin Wilcox, of Oregon. Attending the University of Oregon.

Donavan Williams, of Florida. Attending Florida State College.

2013:

Katherine Dennis, of Florida. Attending Florida College.

Rodney Harris, of Washington. Attending the University of Washington.

Maria Heiselman, of Ohio. Attending Cincinnati State Community College.

Katelyn Larson, of California. Attending California State University - Northridge.

2012:

Jamie Antonick, of Illinois. Attending Columbia College Chicago.

Katelyn Hohmann, of New York. Attending the Rochester Institute of Technology / NTID.

Baylee Howell, of Florida. Attending Florida State College, Jacksonville.

Brynne Mack, of Pennsylvania. Attending Community College of Allegheny County.

Emily Rex, of Ohio. Attending Sinclair Community College.

2011:

Nichole Conrad, of Maine. Attending Keuka College.

Breanna Dargel, of Texas. Attending Gardner-Webb University.

Melinda Helms, of Idaho. Attending Utah State University.

Curtis Leach, of Texas. Attending Lone Star College.

Melissa Reeves, of New York. Attending McDaniel College.

2010:

Elizabeth Cox, of Arizona. Attending Phoenix College.

McKenzie Pack, of Texas. Attending the University of New Mexico.

Emily DuBruille, of New Jersey. Attending Bloomsburg University.

Kimberly Scarola, of New York. Attending Nassau Community College.