HUNT-ARNOLD UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP
The Hunt-Arnold Scholarship is a partial tuition and fee waiver provided by the West Virginia Board of Regents and named in honor of deceased Fairmont State black faculty members, Carl Hunt and Eugene Arnold. Recipients chosen will be well-rounded and active pillars of both their school and community. Applicants must apply annually and can do so for up to eight semesters. Full-time enrollment, high academic achievement, and engagement in service will be expected for renewal.
CRITERIA FOR SELECTION
Any African American high school student graduating Spring 2011 from a West Virginia school may apply. Further information may be obtained from the Office of Multicultural Affairs: 304-333-3628.
Application Deadline: May 11, 2012