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Reserve Officers Training Corps, and who major in
mathematics.

Andrew C. Schaedler Foundation Scholarship: The income
from a fund established as a memorial to Andrew C.
Schaedler is awarded to worthy and needy students
from Central Pennsylvania who graduated from a
high school located in Dauphin, Lebanon,
Cumberland, York, Franklin, Lancaster, Perry, Mifflin,
Adams, Northumberland, or Huntingdon Counties.

Jeffrey M. Schissler (1971) Scholarship Fund: The income
from a fund established by Melvin and Greta Schissler
is awarded to a worthy and promising student with
first preference given to a student majoring in
Theatre Arts and second preference to a student
majoring in English.

Calvin L. Schlueter Scholarship Fund: The income from
a bequest by Calvin F. Schlueter is awarded to needy
and promising students.

Scholarship for Community Service Leadership: The
income from a fund established by Kenneth C.
Lundeen is awarded to a first-year student and may
be continued up to four years, preference is given to
students who demonstrate an active interest in
voluntary community service.



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Brent Scowcrqft Scholarship Fund: The income from the
fund is awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Gregory Seckler (1965) Memorial Scholarship Fund: The
income from a fund given by Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Arnold, Sr. in memory of Gregory Seckler is awarded
to a deseiving student, preference being given to an
English major.

Ralph E. Sentz (1949) Scholarship Fund: The income
from a fund provided by Ralph E. Sentz, loyal
alumnus and member of the Board of Fellows of
Gettysburg College, and his wife, Veronica, to be
awarded annually to needy and deserving students,
preference being given to those with disabilities.

Samuel Shaulis (1 954) Memorial Scholarship Fund: The
income from a fund established by Barr)' B. Wright
(1955) and other friends and family of Samuel Shaulis
is awarded to one or more worthy and promising
students, with preference given to students who,
beyond other academic and personal qualifications,
have a special interest in extracurricular activities.

Joseph T. Simpson/Dxoight D. Eisenhower Scholarship
Fund: A fund established by the friends and
colleagues of Joseph Simpson, the income of which
shall be available to worthy and promising students in
need of financial aid, with preference given to those
students with exceptional leadership ability.

Edgar Fahs Smith (1874) Scholarship Fund: The income
from a fund provided by Margie A. Smith in honor of
her father, Edgar Fahs Smith, is given to a student
recommended by the Chemistry Department.

Albert E. Speck (1927) Scholarship Fund: The income
from the fund is awarded to a first-year student and
may be continued up to four years.

Mary Ann Ocker Spital Scholarship Fund: The income
from a bequest is awarded to a qualified male student.

Edward J. Stackpole Scholarship Fund: The income from
a fund contributed by the friends of General
Stackpole is awarded to a desemng sttident,
preference being given to a student in American
history interested in the Civil War.

Rev. Milton H. Stine (1877) and Mary J. Stine Memoricd
Scholarship Fund: The income from a fund provided by
Dr. Charles M. A. Stine (1901) in memoiyof his
parents is awarded to a preministerial sttident.



Earl K. Stock Scholarship Fund: The income from a
bequest from Earl K. Stock (1919) is awarded to one
or more needy and deserving students.

Bob (1933) and Betty Stockberger Scholarship Fund: The
income from the fund is awarded to needy and
promising students.

Strine-Manners Scholarship Fund: A iund established in
honor and memory of Howard H. Strine, M.D. (1924),
Virginia Manners Strine, Dana Whitman Manners and
Elizabeth Manners. The income is awarded to two or
more worthy and promising students.

F. Stroehmann Scholarship Fund: The income from a
fund established by the family of F. Stroehmann is
awarded to one or more needy and deserving
students.

Dr.J.H.W. Stuckenberg Scholarship Fund: The income
from a bequest by Dr. Stuckenberg is awarded to a
qualified sttident.

Surdna Foundation Scholarship Fund: The income from
a gift of the Surdna Foundation is awarded to
students of exceptional academic ability and
outstanding promise of contributions to the College.

Rev. Viggo Swensen (1931) and Martha Swensen Scholarship
Fund: The income from the fund is awarded to a first-
year student and may be continued up to four years.

W'anen L. Swope (1943) Scholarship Fund: The income
from a fund contributed by Warren L. Swope, a
career diplomat, is awarded to a qualified student,
preference being shown to students of American
parentage who have spent a significant portion of
their pre-college years abroad.

Raymond A. Taylor (1937) Scholarship Fund: The
income from a fund established by Dr. and Mrs.
Raymond A. Taylor is awarded to one or more worthy
and promising students.

William J. (1929) and Ruth Krug Thomas (1928)
Scholarship Fund: The income from a fund given by the
Thomases in gratitude for the contribution the College
has made toward the enrichment of their lives, to be
given to worthy students, preferably English majors.

Colonel Walter K. Thrush Fund: The income from a
fund provided by the estate of Edna L. Thrush in
memory of her husband, Walter K. Thrush (1919), to
assist a student who is a member of ATO Fraternity



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endeavoring in the field of engineering, the recipient
to be chosen by the Trustees of the College.

Robert and Donna Tillitt Scholarship Fund: The income
from a fimd established by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tillitt
is awarded to one or more needy and deserving
students who have an interest in music.

Martin L. Valentine (1912) Scholarship Fund: The income
from a bequest by Martin L. Valentine is awarded to a
needy and deserving student majoring in chemistry.

Lloyd Van Doren Scholarship Fund: The income from a
fund established by Tempie Van Doren is awarded to
one or more needy and deserving students.

Parker B. Wagnild Scholarship Fund: The income from a
fund contributed by altimni and friends of the
Gettysburg College Choir is given to needy and
deserving music students.

Parker B. and Helen D. Wagnild Music Scholarship Fund:
The income from the fund is awarded to worthy and
promising music students.

John G. Walborn (1937) Scholarship Fund: The income
from a fund provided by John G. Walborn is given to
needy and deserving students, preferably those
majoring in economics or management.

Stuart Warrenfeltz Memorial Scholarship Fund: The income
from a bequest by Ethel Warrenfeltz McHeniy in
memory of her son Stuart Warrenfeltz is awarded to a
worthy young man, preference being given to students
from Funkstown, Washington County, Maryland.

Dr. Rufus B. Weaver (1862) Scholarship Fund: The
income from a bequest by Dr. Weaver is awarded to
deserving students.

Rev. David Sparks Weimer and Joseph Michael
Weimer/Dwight D. Eisenhower Scholarship Fund: A fund
initiated by Mrs. Ralph Michener, daughter and sister
of David and Joseph Weimer, the income of which
will be awarded to worthy and promising students in
need of scholarship aid.

Senator George L. Wellington Scholarship Fund: The
income from a bequest by Mr. Wellington is awarded
to a deserving Lutheran preministerial student.

Mary E. Werner Scholarship Fund: The income from a
bequest to Gettysburg College from the estate of
Mary E. Werner is awarded to a preministerial



student, with preference given to students from Glen
Rock, Pennsylvania, or York County, Pennsylvania.

Richard C. Wetzel Scholarship Fund: The income from a
fund contributed by Richard C. Wetzel is awarded to
a deserving and needy student.

Stella Moyer Wible (1927) Scholarship Fund: The income
from a fund established by Helen A. Moyer is
awarded to worthy and promising students with an
otUstanding record of academic achievement.

Bertram M. Wilde Scholarship Fund: The income from a
fund established by members of the family of Bertram
M. Wilde is awarded to worthy and promising
students, with preference given to students who have
demonstrated superior character and industry as well
as diverse interests and active participation in
extracurricular as well as academic affairs.

Jeremiah A. Winter and Annie C. Winter Memorial
Scholarship Fund: The income from a fund
contributed by Amelia C. Winter in memoi7 of her
parents is granted to a needy and deserA'ing student.

Woman 's League Scholarship Fund: The income from a
fimd established by the Woman's General League of
Gettysburg College to be awarded to needy and
promising students.

Peter W. Wright Scholarship Fund: The income from a
fund established by LT COL Peter W. Wright, USAF
(RET) is awarded to one or more worthy sttidents,
with preference being given to students who have an
interest and involvement in extracurricular activities
and are members of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity.

John r. Ziegler, DDS, (1952) Pre-Dental Scholarship Fund:
The income from the fund is awarded to one or more
worthy pre-dental students. First priority shall be for the
junior or senior student who has achieved the highest
academic standing and who has applied to a United
States dental school to pursue a DDS or DMD degree.

Dr. John B. Zinn Scholarship Fund: The income from a
fund established by the Class of 1941 is awarded to
talented students pursuing a science education.

John B. Zinn Scholarship Fund: A fund established by
friends and former students of Professor John B.
Zinn, former Chairman of the Chemistry Department,
to provide support for promising students who
demonstrate need, with preference given to students
preparing for fields associated with the healing arts.



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Loan Funds for Students

Edioard Anderson (1955) and Patricia Anderson Loan Fund:
A fund established by Edward and Patricia Anderson to
provide loans to Lutheran students who have exhibited
creative and entrepreneurial tendencies as determined
by reference to their extracurricular and employment
activities while in high school and through their
activities at Gettysburg College.

Milton T. Nafey and Mary M. Nafey Student Loan Fund:
A bequest from the estate of Mary M. Nafey provides
a fund for student loans.

Eva K Pape Student Loan Fund: A loan program made
available by a bequest from the estate of Eva R. Pape
of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, to be assigned to
students of high promise and financial need.

David Forry Powers Loan Fund: A fund established by
Catherine N. Maurer in memory of her nephew, David
Forry Powers (1962) to provide loans to worthy and
promising students who demonstrate financial need.

Other Aid for Student Scholarships

AAL Lutheran Campus Scholarship: Aid Association for
Lutherans makes available scholarship funds each
year to assist needy students who hold membership
with the Association. Selection of recipients is made
by the College.

Frank D. Baker Scholarship: An award available to aid
worthy students in immediate need. Selection of
recipients is made by the College.

Frank L. Daugherty (1922) Scholarship: The income from
a trust established by Frank L. Daugherty is awarded
to a deserving York County resident who would not
otherwise be able to attend Gettysburg College for a
lack of finances. The recipient is selected by the
College.

Dwight D. Eisenhower /Conrad N. Hilton Scholarship: The
income from funds received from the Conrad N.
Hilton Foimdation are used to support the tuition
cost for a semester of study abroad for one student
per year. The scholarship will be competitively
awarded to a student who shows through career
aspirations and corresponding curriculum choices,
an appreciation of the role that travel, global trade,
and cross-cultural exchange can play in fostering
international understanding.

W. Emerson Gentzler (1925) Scholarship: The income
from a trust established by W. Emerson Gentzler is



awarded to deserving students, with preference given
to members in good standing of one of the 4-H Cltibs
of York County, Pennsylvania.

William L. and Philip H. Glatfelter Memorial Scholarship:
The income from a fund established by Elizabeth G.
Rosenmiller is awarded to a first-year student and
may be continued up to four years.

K M. Hoffman Memorial Scholarship Fund: The income
from a trust established by Margaret L. Hoffman in
memory of her father is awarded annually as part of
the Dwight D. Eisenhower Scholarship Program.

Dean W. Hollabaugh Scholarship: The income from a
trust is awarded to one or more students who merit
financial assistance.

Lutheran Brotherhood Lutheran Senior College Scholarship:
The scholarships are awarded to Lutheran students
who will begin their first year of post-secondary study
at Gettysburg College. Recipients are selected by
Gettysburg College on the basis of scholastic
achievement, religious leadership, and financial need.

Lutheran Brotherhood Members' Scholarship f*rogram:
Established to assist Lutheran Brotherhood members
attending accredited post-secondary institutions. Infor-
mation is available from Lutheran Brotherhood, 625
Fourth Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55415.

Guy L. Moser Scholarship: Mr. Guy L. Moser established
a trust fund to support grants to students from Berks
County, Pennsylvania who are majoring in history or
political science and who rank in the upper third of
their class. Applications for these grants should be
made directly to Mr. Richard V. Grimes, Hamilton
Bank, 515 Penn Street, Reading, Pennsylvania 19603.

Charlotte L. Noss Scholarship: The income from a trust
established by Charlotte Noss is awarded to a
deserving female student from York County,
Pennsylvania who will not otherwise be able to attend
Gettysburg College for a lack of finances. The
recipient is selected by the College.

Ernest D. Schwartz (1916) Scholarship: The income from
a fund established in memory of Ernest D. Schwartz is
awarded to a needy and worthy student. The
recipient is selected by the College.

Weaver-Bittinger Classical Scholarship: The income from
a trust created by Rufus M. Weaver (1907) is awarded
to a needy and desemng student(s) who has



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demonstrated outstanding academic achievement.
Recipients are selected by Gettysburg College.

Weaver Classical-Natural Science-Religion Scholarship: The
income from a trust created by Rufus M. Weaver (1907)
is awarded to a deserving student pursuing a classical,
natural science, or religion course of instruction.
Recipients are selected by Gettysburg College.

Rufus M. Weaver Mathematical Scholarship: The income
from a trust created by Rufus M. Weaver (1907) is
awarded to deserving students pursuing a mathematical
course of instruction. Recipients are selected by
Gettysburg College.

Yocum Family Scholarship: The income from a trust
established by James H. Yocum is awarded to one or
more deserving students.

State and Federal Grant Programs

Federal Pell Grant: A federal grant program to enable
students to attend colleges and universities; and is
available to students with the highest levels of need.
Application for this grant is through the Free
Application for Federal Student Aid.

Pennsylvania Higher Fducation Grant: An award given to
students who are residents of Pennsylvania, selected on
the basis of financial need. Information on these grants
should be acquired from the secondary school guidance
office.

There are other states with scholarships and/or grant
programs. The states which have most recently made
grant awards to students attending Gettysburg College
are Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland,
Massachusetts, Ohio, Rhode Island, Vermont, West
Virginia, and the District of Columbia. Further
information may be available at secondary school
guidance offices.

State and Federal Loan Programs

Federal Stafford Loan: These programs allow the student
to borrow directly from a bank, savings and loan
association or other participating lender. First-year
students may borrow $2,625; that increases to $3,500
during the second year, and third and fourth-year
students are eligible to borrow up to $5,500; maximum
total borrowing for all undergraduate study is $23,000.
The rate of interest for these loans is set at the bank
equivalent rate for 91-day Treasury bills plus 3.10%.
New rates will be announced each July 1 for the entire
year, and rates of interest cannot exceed 8.25%. The
rate of interest until July 1995 is 7.43%.



Federal Parent Loan for Undergraduate Study: Parents of
dependent undergraduate students may borrow
through the PLUS Loan Program to help finance
educational costs. The maximum loan per year i^
limited to the cost of education minus other aid that
the student has received. Repayment begins within 60
days of loan funds being advanced and the maximum
repayment period is 10 years. Interest rates will be set
on July 1 on the basis of Treasury bills plus 3.10%, but
not to exceed 9%. Applications for the PLUS Loan are
made through any participating bank or other lending
agency. The interest rate until July of 1995 is 8.38%.
PLUS Loans are disbursed on a co-payable basis to the
borrower and the College.

PLATO Loan Program

The College has affiliated with PLATO through
University Support Services of Herndon, Virginia.
Loans of $1,500 to $25,000 per year are offered to
students and/or parents. Repayment of principal and
interest normally begins within thirty days of borrowing,
but student loans can be deferred (repayment of
interest only) while enrolled in College. Applications
are available through the Office of Financial Aid.

Other Education Loans

In addition to PLATO, there are other student/parent
loan plans for education. One such option is EXCEL
through Nellie Mae and the Education Resources
Institute. EXCEL offers loans of up to $20,000 per year,
with a maximum twenty-year repayment period.

A similar plan is offered through TERI Loans. Both
programs are based in Massachusetts, but are national
in scope. More information is available through the
Office of Financial Aid.

Tuition Payment Plans

See page 183 in the Comprehensive Academic Fee Plan
section.

Financial Aid for Off-Campus Study

Financial aid is available for programs of off-campus
study (both domestic and study abroad) which are
approved by the Academic Standing Committee.
College Grant and Loan funds will normally be awarded
for a maximum of two semesters of off-campus study
through College-affiliated programs only.

International students are not eligible to receive
College-funded financial aid for study abroad, except as
documented to meet academic program requirements.






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BOARD OF TRUSTEES '"
1994 -95 Academic Year

PAUL R. ROEDEL (1987)
CHAIRPERSON

Retired, Chairman &: Chief Executive Officer
Carpenter Technolog)' Corporation
Reading, Pennsylvania

JAMES H. BRENNEMAN (1988)
VICE CHAIRPERSON

Vice President, Operations & Planning
Bell Atlantic Enterprises International
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

PATRICIA C. BACON (1991)
SECRETARY

Vice President, Acadia Advertising and Marketing
Carpinteria, California

CHARLES E. ANDERSON (1984)

Retired, Executive Vice President, ITT Corporation

Wilton, Connecticut

PATRICLV C. BACON (1991)
SECRETARY

Vice President, Acadia Advertising and Marketing
Carpinteria, California

HENRY S. BELBER, II (1989)
President & Chief Executive Officer
Trico Construction Co., Inc.
Devon, Pennsylvania

STEPHEN G. BISHOP (1992)

Prof & Dir. of Eng. Research Center
University of Illinois
Urbana, Illinois

JAMES H. BRENNEMAN (1988)
VICE CHAIRPERSON

Vice President, Operations 8c Planning
Bell Atlantic Enterprises
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

CHARLES A. CAMAUER, JR. (1985)

Developer

Washington, District of Columbia

HERBERT C. CUNTON, III (1991)

Sheehy Ford

Marlow Heights, Maryland

D. DAVID EISENHOWER, II (1990)

Historian

Berwyn, Pennsylvania



THOMAS P. GEAREY, III (1992)

Retired, U.S. Army
Cortez, Florida

BRUCE S. GORDON (1983)

Group President/Consumer and Small Business

Bell Adantic

Arlington, Virginia

DORIS G.HAAS (1991)

Arendtsville, Pennsylvania

JAMES F. HARGREAVES (1990)

Senior Vice President/Investment Officer
Butcher & Singer, Inc.
Johnstown, Pennsylvania

PATRICIA W. HENRY ( 1 993 )

Senior Associate Athletic Director
Harvard Universit)
Cambridge, Massachusetts

ROBERT D. HERSHEY, JR. (1990)

Correspondent, New York Times
Washington, District of Columbia

H. SCOTT HIGGINS (1989)
Managing Director
Ark Asset Management Co., Inc.
New York City, New York

KRISTINE F. HUGHEY (1986)

Attorney, Speare and Hughey
Media, Pennsylvania

EDWIN T.JOHNSON (1991)

Retired

Newtown, Pennsylvania

ROBERT S.JONES, JR. (1988)
President of Northern Operations
The Equitable Finance Group of New York
New York, New York

WILUAM T. KIRCHHOFF (1988)
Executive Vice President
Cleveland Brothers Equipment Co., Inc.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

GERALD KRUM (1993)

Pastor, St. John's Lutheran Church
Lewistown, Pennsylvania

NANCY R. LETTS (1989)

Teacher

Strath Haven High School

Wallingford, Pennsylvania



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DAVID M. LEVAN (1994)

Senior Vice President/Corporate Systems
Consolidated Rail Corp.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

E.JAMES MORTON (1991)

Director

John Hancock Mutual Life hisurance Co.

Boston, Massachusetts

ALBERT C. NEUMANN, M.D. (1986)
Founder and Medical Director
The Neumann Eye Institute
DeLand, Florida

RICHARD E. PATTERSON (1988)

Retired

Wilmington, Deleware =-

PAUL R. ROEDEL (1987)
CHAIRPERSON

Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Carpenter Technology Corporation
Reading, Pennsylvania

RICHARD RUBIN

President & CEO

Donnkenny

New York, New York

BETSY WEAVER SANDERS (1993)

Management Consultant
The Sanders Partnership
Sutter Creek, California

FREDERICK H. SETTELMEYER (1985)
Senior Vice President
Mellon Trust/The Boston Company
Medford, Massachusetts

DONNA L. SHAVLIK (1985)
Director, Office of Women in Higher Education
American Council on Education
W^ashington, District of Columbia

F. BARRY SHAW (1987)
President & Chief Executive Officer
Wenger's Feed Mill, Inc.
Rheems, Pennsylvania

BRUCE R. STEFANY (1986)

President &: Chief Executive Officer, Chubb

Securities Corporation

Senior Vice President, Chubb Life America

Concord, New Hampshire



JAMES R. THOMAS (1981-1987) (1989)
Retired Chairman &: CEO
Best Foods Baking Group
CPC hiternational. Inc.
Allendale, New Jersey

DENNIS H. TYLER (1988)
Subschool Principal
Robinson Secondary School
Fairfax, Virginia

JAMES M. UNGLAUBE (1988)

Director, Colleges 8c Universities
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Chicago, Illinois

DEBRA K, WALLET (1990)

Attorney

Camp Hill, Pennsylvania

BARBARA TURNER WHITE ( 1 99 1 )

Executive Vice President

Turner White Communications, Inc.

Wayne, Pennsylvania

BARRY B. WRIGHT (1986)

President

Metropolitan Personnel Services, Inc.

Washington, District of Columbia

CATHERINE ZARRELLA (1992)

President

Woman's General League of Gettysburg College

Hanover, Pennsylvania

*LAVERN H. BRENNEMAN (1962-1974) (1976-

1988)

Retired

York Shipley, Inc.

York, Pennsylvania

*RALPH W. COX (1972-1984)

Retired

Connecticut General Life Insurance Co.

Savannah, Georgia

*F. WILLIAM SUNDERMAN, M.D. (I967-I979)

Director

Institute for Clinical Science

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

(1) The dates following the names indicate years of
previous service and the beginning year of present
service on the Board of Trustees.

*Honorary Life Trustees



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TRUSTEES EMERITI



ALBERT R. BURKHARDT

Baltimore, Maryland

MARGARET BLANCHARD CURTIS

Gettysburg, Pennsyhania

WILLIAM S. EISENHART, JR.

York, Pennsylvania

CHARLES H. FALKLER

York, Penns\lvania

HENRY W. GRAYBILL, JR.

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

ANGELINE F. HAINES

Lutherville, Maryland

ROBERT D. HANSON

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

HOWARD J. McCARNEY

Camp Hill, Pennsylvania

PAUL M. ORSO

Millersville, Maiyland

JAMES A. PERROTT

Baltimore, Maryland

SAMUEL A. SCHRECKENGAUST, JR.

Lemoyne, Pennsylvania

HERMAN G. STUEMPFLE, JR.

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

JAMES I. TARMAN

State College, Pennsylvania

CHARLES W. WOLF

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

IRVIN G. ZIMMERMAN

Swarthmore, Pennsylvania



Jean C. Alfreds 1989-
Executive Assistant to the President



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