Herndon Products Scholarship for Organizational Studies
This scholarship was established by Scott Herndon of Herndon Products, LLc, to benefit an Organizational Studies student in the School for Professional Studies.
$4,500 per academic year for a maximum of four (4) years. 1-2 recipients per academic year. Non-renewable.
The Herndon Products Scholarship for Organizational Studies is awarded annually to one full-time student pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Organizational Studies. The scholarship is awarded based on financial need, fit of OS degree with career goals, and quality of goal statement.
Do You Qualify?
To be eligible for the Herndon Products Scholarship for Organizational Studies, applicants must meet the following criteria at the time of application:
- Be seeking a Bachelor's Degree in Organizational Studies (change of major may result in forfeiture).
- Ensure official copies of all necessary college, high school and/or GED transcripts have been received in SPS by the application deadline.
- Completed Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the academic year for which you are applying.
- Completed math and/or English placement tests as necessary.
- Submit a 500 word essay addressing the following question: "How will your study of Organizational Studies contribute to your immediate and long-term career plans and personal goals?"
- Receive less than the equivalent of 9 credit hours (currently $5400) in tuition assistance per year (exclusive of aid received through the FAFSA, such as federal loans or grants).
To apply for this scholarship, qualified students should:
- Fill out and submit the below application by the deadline.
- File FAFSA.
- Meet all requirements described above.
- Include the essay described above.
SLU employees and/or family members who qualify for SLU tuition remission are not eligible to receive SPS scholarships. The scholarships are not cash refundable and are applied directly to the cost of tuition for the term awarded. Receipt of an SPS scholarship is contingent upon successful completion of the enrolled courses each term. Students who withdraw from courses may be subject to forfeiture of all monies awarded by SPS.