NAME AMOUNT GRADE GPA NEED-BASED?
Alan and Jan Pauw Family Scholarship $2,800 JR/SR 3.00 Yes
Wallace and Marianne Bratt German Interim Abroad Scholarship varies SO/JR/SR 3.00 Yes
Wallace Bratt and Barbara Carvill German Scholarship $3,100 SO/JR/SR 3.00 Yes
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Alan and Jan Pauw Family Scholarship

Mr. Alan and Mrs. Jan Pauw established this scholarship in appreciation of the education three generations of family members have received at Calvin. They have a special interest in liberal arts education and believe that education of this type available at Calvin is equal to that at the best colleges and universities. Alan Pauw is a lawyer and CPA and has a doctors degree in history. Jan Pauw is a professor of linguistics and holds a Ph.D. in Indo-European Studies.

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Wallace and Marianne Bratt German Interim Abroad Scholarship

For nearly 40 years it has been the repeated, grateful witness of both graduates and current students that the German Interim Abroad was one of the most significant educational experiences they had while at Calvin. Recognizing the educational value of the interim, the German Department has worked hard to keep the German Interim Abroad affordable for all students. In recent years, however, as the cost of a Calvin education has steadily risen, a significant number of students who would otherwise qualify for participation in the German Interim Abroad have nonetheless been unable to do so for financial reasons. This scholarship has been instituted to help make it possible for worthy students with promise, seriousness of purpose, and demonstrated need to participate in future German Interim Abroad sessions in Germany.

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Wallace Bratt and Barbara Carvill German Scholarship

This scholarship has been established by two former German majors who were profoundly influenced and encouraged by Dr. Wallace Bratt and Dr. Barbara Carvill. Both of the donors are business people whose careers have involved companies based in Germany. They thankfully attribute their success to these two professors who took a keen interest in them and encouraged them to pursue their German studies and work that would make use of their language skills. The donors' desire in establishing this scholarship is two-fold: to honor Drs. Bratt and Carvill and to provide financial assistance and encouragement to current German majors or students pursuing business, math, science, or engineering majors with a German minor.

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