General A - J

The A&J Petersburg Agency Scholarship, established by A&J Petersburg Agency to provide financial assistance with preference given to students from Northeast Iowa.

The Maynard and Minerva Aaker Family Scholarship, established in memory of their parents, Olaf and Ella Aaker and Nils and Emma Fredrickson, to provide scholarships for deserving students from the Kenyon-Wanamingo, MN and Maricopa County, AZ areas.

The Maynard E. Aaker and George C. Strum Scholarship, established by Ervin and Phyllis Johnson for students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance with preference given to students from the Lafayette County, Wisconsin, area.

The Admissions Special Opportunity Endowed Scholarship, to be awarded to qualified students in order to meet a higher percentage of demonstrated need for financial assistance, with preference given to students with excellent academic or leadership qualities, and to students that bring diversity to Luther College from areas that include, but are not limited to, Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Louis, Racine, Kansas City, Waterloo, Des Moines, and Omaha.

The Aid Association for Lutherans Scholarship, established by the Aid Association for Lutherans, Appleton, Wisconsin, to assist materially by means of scholarships and grants-in-aid in the education and training of full-time students enrolled at Luther College, who are members of Aid Association for Lutherans.

The Altorfer Family Scholarship, established by Edward J. and Betty Altorfer to provide scholarships to qualified male students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Alumnae of the Former Lutheran Ladies Seminary Fund, established to provide scholarships to worthy women students.

The Alumni Council Scholarship, established by the Luther College Alumni Council, to be awarded to qualified students in need of financial assistance with preference given to descendants of Luther alumni.

The Hazel and Alan Amundson Scholarship, established by the Amundson family in honor of Hazel and Alan Amundson, to provide scholarships for students who are members of First Lutheran Church, Decorah, Iowa, and/or graduates of Decorah High School.

The Richard and Barbara Amundson Scholarship, established by Richard and Barbara Amundson to provide scholarships to graduates of Decorah High School or students who are members of First Lutheran Church, Decorah, Iowa.

The Anderson Family Scholarship, established by Maynard Anderson to be awarded for study away from campus to qualified junior or senior students who show evidence of financial need and/or extraordinary potential and who are considering careers in public service or nongovernmental service. 

The Andrew O. Anderson Memorial Scholarship, established in honor of Andrew Anderson 1901, by the estate of his daughter, Betty Juhasz, to be awarded to students in need of financial assistance.

The H. George and Jutta F. Anderson Scholarship, established by Luther College Regents in recognition of Dr. H. George Anderson’s leadership as president of Luther College from 1982 to 1995, to be awarded to students with financial need, with preference given to students who contribute diversity to the Luther College student body.

The Lars and Niels Herrmann-Anderson Scholarship shall be awarded to students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance and are participating in a study-abroad experience for a J-term.

The Steven Mark Anderson Memorial Scholarship, established in memory of Rev. Steven Mark Anderson ’85 by his parents, Lloyd and Mary, to be awarded to upperclass students who qualify for the Student Support Services program at Luther College.

The Alfred N. Arveson Memorial Scholarship, established through the estate of Constance Gilham Arveson to provide scholarships to qualified students who can show evidence of need for financial aid.

The Helen Atwater Scholarship, to be awarded to needy and worthy students who are native-born citizens of the United States and members of a Protestant church.

The Sally (Swab) and Brad Austin Family Scholarship shall be awarded to qualified male students from rural communities in Iowa and/or Minnesota.

The Bachelder Endowed Scholarship, established to provide scholarship assistance to members of the sophomore, junior, or senior class having financial need. Preference to be given to students majoring in business, music, art, or the premedical area.

The George O. Bachelder and Orchard Mdzonga Endowed Scholarship was established to provide awards to a first-year U.S. student(s) of African American decent who shows need of financial assistance and qualifies for a federal Pell grant or other similar federal assistance.  This award shall be made in addition to other need-based assistance the student may receive from Luther.

The Carleton P. and Genevieve Baker Scholarship, to be awarded to qualified students who can show evidence of financial need with first preference given to students majoring in the humanities.

The Jeffrey D. and Shirley A. Baker Scholarship, established by Luther College Regents in recognition of Dr. Jeffrey and Shirley Baker’s leadership and service to Luther College from 1996-1999; to be awarded to students who show need of financial assistance.

The Barnes Memorial Scholarship, established to honor Roy and Thelma Barnes, to be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference given to high school graduates from Reinbeck, Iowa and the Gladbrook-Reinbeck School District.

The Esther S. and Frank P. Barth Scholarship, established by the family of Esther S. and Frank P. Barth, with preference given to National Merit Scholars, or if none available, to students majoring in economics, accounting, management, or mathematics.

The Janet and Norman E. Barth Scholarship shall be awarded to students who can show evidence of financial need.

The Charles and Ann Beatty Family Global Learning Scholarship, established to promote student mobility, cross cultural learning, and global citizenry, shall be awarded to qualified students with preference given to students studying abroad for the first time. 

The Bentdahl Scholarship, to be awarded to qualified students who are graduates of New Ulm Public High School, New Ulm, Minnesota.

The Arthur P. and Mary Louise Bergee Endowed Scholarship, to commemorate the long association Art Bergee has had with Luther College as a student, regent, campaign chairman, class agent, and many other forms of assistance and support. This scholarship shall be awarded to students who can show evidence of financial need.

The Kenneth L. Berger Endowed Scholarship, established in recognition of Kenneth L. Berger’s leadership and impact on the department of speech at Luther College from 1941 to 1957, to be awarded to students with financial need and majoring in speech or communications.

The Glenn and Delia Bergland Scholarship Grants, established to express appreciation to all past and present members of the Winnebago Cooperative Telephone Association (RTA) and the Winnebago County Rural Electric Cooperative Association (REA), whose entities were organized and managed by Glenn Bergland for 25 years and 35 years, respectively. Recipients must be U.S. citizens who are members of families served by Winnebago RTA or REA at present or in the past, and who are intending to pursue majors in the natural sciences.

The Victor and Muriel Bjorgo Foundation Scholarship, established to provide scholarships to worthy students who may be in need of financial assistance.

The Marie and Ploma Blaha Endowed Scholarship, provided to first-year students from northeast Iowa, preferably Monona, who demonstrate a financial need.

The Helen Adams Bodensteiner Scholarship, established for one or more sophomore, junior or senior students who show talent and promise in speech and drama.

The Michael and Betty Borge Scholarship, established by Michael ’38 and Betty Borge to provide scholarship support for students from the Cambridge-Lake Ripley Public School District, Wisconsin. If none, candidates may be considered from the Deerfield School District then from Dane or Jefferson County, Wisconsin.

The Julius J. and Joanna Jacobson Brauer Scholarship, established to provide scholarships to Luther students who have shown exemplary Christian character and financial need as well as academic achievement.

The Marie C. Brincks Memorial Scholarship, established by Marie’s parents, Leo and JoAnn Brincks, and many friends to recognize and honor her commitment to transfer students interested in Luther College. Awards shall be made to students with a minimum of a 2.75 transfer grade point.

The Bruening Rock Products, Inc., Scholarship, to be awarded to first-year or sophomore students who are preferably dependent sons and daughters of employees of Bruening Rock Products.

The C. Norman Brunsdale Endowed Scholarship was established by Edson and Margaret Larson to honor Norman Brunsdale.  Awards shall be made to qualified students with demonstrated need for financial assistance.

The G. Elmer Brunsdale Memorial Scholarship, to be awarded to students on the basis of academic achievement, financial need, and potential for success in their chosen field.

The Brunsvold Endowed Scholarship, established by the estate of Myrtle Brunsvold, in memory of her husband Emil Brunsvold, his brother Jorgen and their grandfather, Jorgen Brunsvold, who served on the original building committee of Luther College, to be awarded to students in need of financial assistance.

The Bunge Family Scholarship, to be awarded to a qualified student who has demonstrated a commitment to learning and service, with first preference given to first-year students with need for financial assistance.  The recipient shall hold the award for four years unless deemed ineligible to qualify.

The Calgaard Study Abroad Scholarship shall be awarded to students with financial need in support of their Luther College study-abroad educational experience.  Upper class students shall have preference for these awards.

The Camcar-Textron Scholarship, to be awarded to dependent sons and daughters of employees of Camcar-Textron, Decorah, Iowa, during their first year; if none, upperclass students may qualify to receive awards.

The David Carlson Endowed Scholarship, established by David Carlson ’85 to provide scholarships for students in need of financial assistance.

The Catlin-Totten Family Scholarship, established by Joan ’63 and David Totten to be awarded to students from Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Milwaukee, Wisconsin or, if none are enrolled, to students from the Milwaukee area.

The Elmer B. and Charlotte T. Cato Scholarship was established to provide awards to students who can show need of financial assistance.

The Col. L.C. Christensen Charitable and Religious Foundation Scholarship, established by the Col. L.C. Christensen Foundation to be awarded to students in need of financial assistance.

The Carl Andreas Carlsen Christy Scholarship, established by Miss Blanche Christy of Bismarck, North Dakota, in memory of her father, to be awarded to needy and worthy students.

The Harley C. and Joyce Kvaalen Carlson Scholarship for Lutheran Camp Counselors was established to provide awards to students who can show evidence of financial need who are involved in the campus congregation and who have served as a summer counselor at one of the Lutheran Bible Camps.  Preferably Christikon Lutheran Bible Camp, McLeod, MT and /or Good Earth Lutheran Bible Camp, Spring Valley, MN.

The Christine C. Cihlar Memorial Scholarship, established to commemorate the life of Chris Cihlar as a student leader, loyal alumna, and administrator, to be awarded to qualified students in need of financial assistance, and who are of high academic standing and leaders in co-curricular activities.

The Class of 1931 Scholarship, established by the Class of 1931 to assist worthy students with financial need.

The Class of 1933 Scholarship, established by the Class of 1933, awarded to students with financial need with preference given to those who are direct descendants of the 1933 class members.

The Class of 1941 Scholarship, established by the Class of 1941, to be awarded to incoming first-year or any upper-class students who have proven academic excellence with demonstrated financial need.

The Class of 1942 Scholarship, established by the Class of 1942, to be awarded to students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Class of 1948 Scholarship, established by the Class of 1948, to be awarded to students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Class of 1949 Scholarship, established by the Class of 1949, to be awarded to students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Class of 1951 Scholarship, established by the Class of 1951, to be awarded to qualified students who show evidence of financial need, with preference given to descendants of the 1951 class members.

The Class of 1953 Scholarship, established by the Class of 1953 to be awarded to qualified students who can show evidence of financial need with preference given to descendants of Class of 1953 members.

The Class of 1954 Scholarship, established by the Class of 1954 to be awarded to qualified students who can show evidence of financial need.

The Class of 1957 Scholarship and Loan Fund, established by the Class of 1957, to provide loans and scholarships to members of the sophomore, junior and senior classes.

The Class of 1962 Scholarship, established by the Class of 1962, to be awarded to qualified upperclass students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Class of 1964 Scholarship, established by the Class of 1964, to be awarded to qualified students who show evidence of financial need, with preference given to sons and daughters of the class of 1964 graduates.

The Class of 1965 Scholarship, established by the Class of 1965, to be awarded to juniors or seniors, with preference given to sons or daughters of graduates from the Class of 1965.

The Class of 1966 Scholarship, established by the Class of 1966 to be awarded to students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Class of 1968 Scholarship, established by the Class of 1968, to be awarded to students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Class of 1973 Scholarship, to be awarded to qualified students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Class of 1974 Scholarship, to be awarded to qualified students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Ralph and Ethel Colrud Scholarship, to be awarded to qualified students with financial need, with preference given to students from Faith Lutheran Church in Rosholt, Wisconsin, and/or New Hope Lutheran Church in Amherst Junction, Wisconsin. If none are available, second preference shall be given to students from the Rosholt, Wisconsin, school system, with third preference given to students from Portage County, Wisconsin.

The Gardner and Florence Call Cowles Endowed Scholarship Fund, established by the Cowles Foundation, with awards given on the basis of financial need.

The Cultural and Racial Diversity Scholarship, established by the faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of Luther to provide financial assistance to qualified Asian American, African American, Hispanic/Latino, and Native American students who are citizens of the United States.

The Edward H. Dahly Scholarship, established by the estate of Edward H. Dahly to provide financial assistance to deserving students, with preference given to students who are residents of southern Minnesota and northeast Iowa.

The LeRoy and Colleen Darby Family Scholarship, to be awarded to students from NE Iowa who can show evidence of need for financial assistance, with preference given to students from the Monona or Elkader school districts.

The Thor and Wendy Davidson Study Abroad Scholarship, to be awarded to qualified students with demonstrated need for financial assistance to support study abroad experiences.

The Willie and Denise Davismckennie Scholarship, to be awarded to qualified students from the inner city of Chicago or the Bahamas who can show evidence of financial need and a strong work ethic, and who contribute to the diversity of Luther’s student body.

The C. H. and Elaine E. DeBuhr Family Scholarship, established by Elaine DeBuhr to be awarded to students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The DECO Products Scholarship, to be awarded to the dependent sons and daughters of employees of DECO Products, Decorah, Iowa.  When no DECO Products employee is eligible, the scholarship shall be awarded to a student from Winneshiek County.

The Decorah College for Women (1932-36) Scholarship, established by its graduates to honor the memory of that institution. The Decorah College for Women began in 1932 and ceased independent operation when Luther College became coeducational in 1936. Recipients of the scholarship must show evidence of financial need and academic potential.

The Dettmann Family Scholarship, to be awarded to qualified students who can show evidence of financial need, with consideration to students from Bettendorf and Davenport, Iowa.

The Anton DiGiovanni Scholarship, established by Anton DiGiovanni to be awarded to students from Milwaukee County, Wisconsin who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Wilbur H. Dosland Scholarship, established for students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Drews Brandt Family Scholarship shall support students with demonstrated financial need in good academic standing, with preference given to students of diverse ethnic backgrounds who otherwise might not have the opportunity to attend a private liberal arts college.  If a qualified student cannot be found, the scholarship shall then be awarded by the Director of Student Financial Aid.

The E-Club Entrepreneurial Leadership Prize shall be awarded to qualified students who have shown strong leadership as members of the Entrepreneurship Club (E-Club) at Luther College, and will be awarded in addition to the student’s regular financial aid package.

The East Clermont Lutheran Church Founding Congregation Scholarship, to be awarded to first-year students having financial need, with preference given to students from East Clermont Lutheran Church; if none, to students from the Clermont-Elgin area; if none, to any qualified students.

The Sonja Carlsen Egenes Scholarship was established by John Egenes, to be awarded to a qualified student who has a GPA of 2 or above and can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Lillian E. Ellerman Endowed Scholarship Fund, established by Lillian E. Ellerman to provide scholarships for worthy students who demonstrate the need for financial assistance.

The Martin V. Ellerman Endowed Scholarship Fund, established by Lillian E. Ellerman in memory of her brother to provide scholarships to students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Martin V. Ellerman, Ida Ellerman Radke, Alvida Ellerman Hale, and Lillian E. Ellerman Scholarship Fund, established by Alvida C. Hale and Lillian E. Ellerman to provide financial assistance to worthy students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Erik R. and Marjorie Ellingson Family Scholarship, established by all Erik R. and Marjorie Ellingson family members, to be awarded to junior or senior students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance. Awards shall be made in alternating years to accounting majors and premedical/nursing majors.

The Laura M. and Martin K. Elstad Scholarship, to be awarded to qualified students who can show evidence of financial need with first preference given in alternating years to a female physical education major and then to a male science or music major.

The John C. Esse and Katinka Bilsie Endowed Scholarship, established to provide scholarships to worthy and deserving students.

The Ettestad Family Scholarship, established by Peggy and Bryan Ettestad in honor of their children Amy '06 and Adam '09, to be awarded to a qualified female business major or a qualified male biology education major during their junior or senior year of study, regardless of financial need. 

The Farwell Endowed Scholarship honors Luther’s sixth President and his wife, E.D. and Helen Farwell. Recipients must be National Merit Scholars or high ability minority or native American students.

The E.D. Farwell Presidential Scholarship, in honor of Dr. E.D. Farwell, the sixth president of Luther College, to be awarded each year at the sole discretion of the current president of Luther College.

The Oliver C. Ferguson Endowed Scholarship, established to provide scholarships to worthy and deserving students.

The First Lutheran Church Women Scholarship, provided by the women of First Lutheran Church, Decorah, Iowa, to be awarded to upperclass students from that congregation on the basis of academic record and need.

The C. Alford Fjeldstad, Jr. Scholarship was established in memory of Dr. C. Alford Fjeldstad '05 and Nora Fjeldstad and in honor of Joan Fjeldstad Losen '53, to be awarded to students in need of financial assistance.

The Jan and Tim Fleming Endowed Scholarship, established by Jan and Tim Fleming to provide scholarships to students in need of financial assistance with preference given to minority students.

The A.N. and Florence B. Fogdall Endowed Scholarship, awarded to qualified students who can show evidence of scholastic merit.

The D.C. Friedlund Family Scholarship, established by Mary E., Duane C., and Duane L. Friedlund in memory of James P. Friedlund, to be awarded to properly enrolled first-year students.

The Fund for Special Need Students, established by Gene Haugland to provide equipment or services for special need students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Helene Furst Endowed Scholarship, to be awarded to qualified students with demonstrated need for financial assistance.  Preference shall be given to students who work in the college library, or who major in education or nursing at Luther College.

The Gamble-Skogmo Scholarships, established by the Gamble-Skogmo Foundation to provide scholarships for deserving Twin Cities area students.

The Richard and Lorraine Gandrud Scholarship, provided to give awards to students from Minnesota, with preference given to students from Pope County, Minnesota.

The John Garwood Endowed Scholarship, to be awarded to qualified students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance with first preference given to students from Vinton, Iowa, and Decorah, Iowa.

The Germanson Endowed Scholarship, established by the estate of Tomina Germanson in memory of sister Mathilda Haraldson and husband Henry Germanson, for students who can show evidence of financial need.

The Myhren I. and Margaret Gjerde Scholarship, to be awarded to students who have an interest in fitness and wellness.

The Lorraine and Jesse Goetsch Scholarship, established by Jesse, Bruce and Cosette Goetsch, for students who demonstrate financial need, with first preference for art majors, and second preference for education majors.

The Carl F. Granrud Memorial Scholarship, established to provide scholarships to worthy and deserving students who demonstrate need for financial assistance.

The John P. and Janice Engle Gray Scholarship, established for qualified upper-class students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Gregerson Scholarship, established by Larry and Zylpha Gregerson to celebrate the education that their son Mark received at Luther. To be awarded to outstanding students who have been named Presidential or Regent Scholars, regardless of financial need.

The Gregg Family Scholarship, to be awarded to qualified students who can show evidence of financial need, with preference given to students from Rochester, MN, then to students from the southeast Minnesota area.

The Landis Gross Scholarship, established in memory of Pastor Landis Gross by his family, along with friends and members of the congregations he served, to be awarded to qualified students from congregations served by Pastor Gross.

The Charlotte B. Schilling Grue Scholarship, established by Vernon C. and Mary Ellen Grue Iverson in recognition of Charlotte Grue’s 25 years of dedicated service in the Luther College Health Service. Awards shall be given to students who can show evidence of financial need, with preference given to older non-traditional students.

The Irvin W. and Marie Colrud Gunther Family Scholarship, established by Marie Colrud Gunther to be awarded to students in need of financial assistance with first preference to students from St. Timothy Lutheran Church, or secondly from Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, both of Menasha, Wis. Third preference shall be given to students from the Neenah-Menasha School District.

The H & H Distributing Company, Inc., Endowed Scholarship, established to provide scholarships for students from North High School, West Union, Iowa, or the close surrounding area who show evidence of financial need.

The Rolfe A. and Helen (Hoff) Haatvedt History Scholarship, established by Helen Hoff Haatvedt ’36, Loren A. ’63, and Ruth E. ’69, in memory of Professor Rolfe A. Haatvedt ’29, former registrar and professor of classics at Luther and foreign service officer, is awarded to outstanding senior history majors, with preference given to students in ancient history or those considering foreign service careers.

The Alvida C. Hale Memorial Scholarship, established by Lillian E. Ellerman in memory of her sister to provide scholarships to worthy students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Jessie Hallett Memorial Scholarship, established by the Hallett Charitable Trusts to be awarded to students from Minnesota who show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The August A. Halverson Scholarship, established by the estate of Mayme Halverson in memory of her husband, assists worthy and deserving students.

The Hansen Family Scholarship, established by the Hansen family to provide assistance to qualified students in need of financial assistance. Preference shall be given to students from Savage and Burnsville, Minnesota, and from Chickasaw County, Iowa, including students from Turkey Valley and New Hampton high schools.

The Carroll M. and Alice F. Hanson Scholarship, established by Jean Hanson, to be awarded to qualified students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Carroll M. and Alice F. Hanson Scholarship, to be awarded to qualified students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Dr. J. Tillman and Mildred Hanson and Dr. Paul T. Hanson Family Scholarship, established by members of the Hanson family in memory of Dr. Paul T. Hanson ’51 and his parents, Dr. J. Tillman ’18 and Mildred Hanson, to provide scholarships to qualified returning students.

The Kermit O. and Jane E. Hanson Endowed Scholarship, to be awarded to highly qualified junior or senior students with majors in either economics or business, with evidence of financial need.

The Dorothy I. Haugen Memorial Scholarship, established through a bequest in her Last Will and Testament, to be awarded to qualified students with demonstrated need for financial assistance, with preference given to students from Trempealeau and Jackson Counties, Wisconsin, who are preparing for a career in education, medicine, nursing, ministry or social services.

The Haugland Family Scholarship was established by Ray and Dorothy Haugland and their children to be awarded to students in need of financial assistance who are either children of Lutheran clergy or children of Lutheran teachers and are involved in extra-curricular activities.

The Peter F. and Lucille R. Heintz Scholarship, established by Lucille Heintz, to be awarded to qualified students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance, with first preference given to students from Chickasaw County, Iowa, or if none, from any rural area.

The William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship Fund, established to provide scholarships for minority students.

The Heileman Endowed Scholarship Fund, established for qualified students from La Crosse, Wisconsin, and/or Dubuque, Iowa, who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The William A. Heintz Scholarship, established through the estate of William Heintz to be awarded to qualified students with financial need with first preference given to students from Chickasaw County, Iowa, or, if none, from any rural area.

The Mark and Lois Helland Family Scholarship, awarded to qualified students who can show evidence of financial need.

The Clara and Henry Hellie Scholarship Fund, to be awarded to students in good academic standing.

The Rev. Wayne and Ruth Henderson Scholarship, established in honor of Wayne ’51 and Ruth Henderson, shall be awarded to qualified students with demonstrated need for financial assistance.

The Abner A. and Lola M. Hendrickson Scholarship, established with preference to be awarded to physically handicapped students who can show need for financial assistance.

The Kristi Lee Hermeier Scholarship, established by the family in memory of Kristi Lee Hermeier, to be awarded to qualified students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Herndon Family Scholarship, established by Larry and Jane Herndon, to be awarded to students who demonstrate leadership and a strong religious conviction in the Christian faith.

The Hervey Endowed Scholarship, established by Professor Norma Hervey and her husband, William, to support an entering international student and Luther students to support study abroad opportunities. 

The Lester and Helen Hetager Scholarship, to be awarded to qualified students who can show evidence of financial need with first preference to students from South Dakota, Colorado, Missouri, or Lincoln County, Minn., and second preference to students planning a career in medicine, pharmacy, or nursing.

The John Olson Hjelle and Anne Stumley Memorial Scholarship Fund, established to provide scholarships for deserving first-year students who require financial assistance.

The Yvonne Ho Scholarship, to be awarded to students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Jim and Betty Holey Family Scholarship, established by Jim and Betty Holey to be awarded to students who show need for financial assistance.

The Clifford and Valerie Holien Scholarship, established to provide scholarships to qualified students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Stephen W. Holmgren Memorial Scholarship, given by Luther classmates from 1986, to be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need, with preference to students from the Quad Cities Area.

The Mary Jo Homstad Scholarship, to be awarded to qualified students who can show evidence of financial need.

The Honda Motorwërks of La Crosse Scholarship, established in honor of Richard J. Tenneson, retired Director of Facilities Services at Luther College, to be awarded to qualified students with demonstrated need for financial assistance. Consideration will be given to a student who has a strong interest in sustainability issues and environmental studies.

The Engebret Nelson (Sebo) Hong Scholarship, established by Anna E. Hong in memory of her father, to be awarded to deserving young students, residents of Norway, who desire to prepare themselves for careers in teaching, government service, business, social service, performing arts, law, or medicine and who meet the requirements for such study at Luther College.

The Selma B. Hougan Scholarship Fund, established to provide scholarships to qualified students who can show evidence of financial need.

The Robert and Arlene Houlihan Scholarship, to be awarded to qualified students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Hoyem Family Scholarship, to be awarded to qualified students who can show evidence of financial need, and have demonstrated steadfastness to the Christian faith through leadership, service and participation in their home congregation. Consideration is also given to those with participation in the Luther College student congregation.

The Huebner Kegarise Endowed Art Scholarship, to be awarded to talented and deserving art students.

The Gerhard Hystad Scholarship Fund, established through his last will and testament, to provide scholarships to students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance, with preference given to students from Kandiyohi County, Minnesota.

The Jacobson Endowed Memorial Scholarship, established by Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Jacobson in loving memory of Mr. Jacobson’s parents, Thomas and Bertha Jacobson. To be awarded on the basis of academic ability and financial need. Preference to be given to students preparing themselves for Christian service.

The Thomas F. and Frances M. James Scholarship, established for qualified students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Henry and Josephine Jansen Memorial Scholarship, established by Margaret J. Baker in memory of her father and mother Henry and Josephine Jansen to provide scholarships for students in need of financial assistance for tuition, books, room, and board.

The Floyd and Ragna Jensen Memorial Scholarship, established by the estate of Floyd Jensen to be awarded to students in need of financial assistance.

The Carl Arthur Jessen Scholarship, established by a bequest from the estate of Carl Arthur Jessen, to provide scholarships for promising American students.

The Erik Paul Nils Johnson Scholarship, established in memory of Erik Johnson ’94, to be awarded to a qualified full-time student who is recognized as a seeker, able and fearless enough to address difficult questions and ideas regarding our human relationship with God, good and evil, ethics, and faith.

The Glen M. and Kathryn L. Johnson Scholarship, established by Glenn ’70 and Kathryn ’71 Johnson, to be awarded to students in need of financial assistance.

The Leon A. and Anna S. Johnson Endowed Scholarship, awarded to qualified students from Stevens or Pope County in Minnesota or, if none, to students from the state of Minnesota, who can show evidence of financial need.

The Lois Valborg Jordahl Scholarship, established by Dr. Leigh D. Jordahl ’45 in memory of his wife Lois, to be awarded to qualified students who can show evidence of need for financial assistance.

The Gerald A. and Agnes M. Jorgenson Family Scholarship, in memory of Gerald Jorgenson, son James L. Jorgenson, and daughter Geraldine A. Jorgenson Rambo ’68, to be awarded on the basis of good academic standing and financial need.