Clarence M. Ball Scholarship Fund

Established by Applied Gerontology alumnus Clarence Ball in 1990, this scholarship is open to graduate student’s enrolled fulltime in the College of Public Affairs & Community Service, working towards a master’s degree and who are pursuing careers in administration of long-term care facilities and/or retirement housing.

Typical scholarship awards range from $500-$1,000.

*All eligible students must maintain full time enrollment as established by the University, unless the student is nearing completion of their degree program and does not need full time enrollment.

Type of Scholarship: 
Applied Gerontology