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The information provided below summarizes the scholarships that are available
through the Department. These scholarships are awarded annually to deserving
students and candidates may be considered through the application process or
be nominated by faculty, staff, or students. Candidates for awards are generally
considered during the spring term and presentation to the recipients occurs
at the College of Education Convocation.
Dot McNabb Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to a junior or senior physical education major that demonstrates merit and leadership potential. Financial consideration is a secondary consideration. The award is for $150. Colleagues, friends and former students of
Dorothy "Dot" McNabb established this scholarship in honor of her 35-year career as a teacher and coach at UWG. "Miss Mac" was largely responsible for the development of the women's athletic program.
Dr. Robert M. Reeves Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to a rising senior majoring in physical education or recreation. Selection criteria include academic achievement, activities, and leadership. The award is for $150. Dr. Reeves, following his retirement from West Georgia's Department of Physical Education and Recreation, established the scholarship.
David L. Dugan Scholarship
This scholarship is designated for a UWG student majoring in recreation (freshman are not eligible), who is in good academic standing with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Financial need may be a consideration in awarding this scholarship. Preference may be given to those students who demonstrate leadership in a professional recreation activity. The amount of the award is $300. The recipient will be determined based upon the recommendation of the Department's recreation faculty members.
Graduate research assistantships are awarded each year. Each awards carries a stipend as well as a tuition fee waivers. Applications for assistantships should be submitted to the Department no later than July 1st for priority consideration. Responsibilities generally include assisting faculty with their ongoing research projects. Other grants may be available through individual faculty members who have secured outside research funding.