This scholarship was established in 1997 as part of the Millennium Society Scholarship Fund. Acterna, formerly Telecommunications Techniques Corporation, supports one outstanding third- or fourth-year student. In addition, the scholar will exhibit financial need, exemplary character, initiative and leadership potential.
Alcatel USA Scholarship
An endowment by DSC Communications Corporation, now Alcatel USA, was established in 1984 to help academically talented, financially needy students. Since that time, it has provided two scholarships each academic year.
George I. Alden Trust Scholarship
A continued supporter of Capitol College, the George I. Alden Trust provided an endowed scholarship to the Millennium Society Scholarship Fund. The scholarship was established in 1998.
Frederick J. Berger Scholarship
Dr. Frederick J. Berger, executive director of the Tau Alpha Pi National Honor Society, has endowed this award to recognize outstanding scholarship in engineering technology. Qualifications include membership in Tau Alpha Pi National Honor Society, demonstrated leadership and fine character.
Thomas Capshaw Memorial Scholarship
The family of Thomas E. Capshaw has created the Thomas Capshaw Memorial Scholarship to remember the late alumnus of the Capitol Radio Engineering Institute (CREI), now known as Capitol College. Each year, the scholarship will be awarded to an undergraduate student who is majoring in either electronics engineering technology or astronautical engineering, and who demonstrates financial need. The scholarship will be awarded to one student annually in the fall semester with a fall and spring disbursement. Special consideration will be given to students from either North Carolina or Florida (former residences of Capshaw).
Charles and Helen DeVore Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship was endowed in memory of Charles and Helen DeVore. The scholarship provides financial support to two students with junior or senior status who have been active in the Capitol College student branch of the IEEE (a professional engineering association) who have demonstrated abilities in communications and maintained a high standard of academics. The endowment has grown significantly throughout the years and funds one scholarship for each academic year.
Carl and Sandra English Endowed Scholarship Fund
This award provides support to African American students who have outstanding academic ability and financial need. One scholarship is awarded each year. The English family has been involved at the college for many years and has a long history of supporting the college's mission.
The France-Merrick Foundations Scholarship
This endowed scholarship, made possible by a grant from the France-Merrick Foundations, enables Capitol College to provide support to students with outstanding academic ability. One award is made each year. The France-Merrick Foundations actively support many cultural and educational initiatives in the Baltimore area.
The France-Merrick Foundations Endowed Scholarship Fund for Baltimore City Residents
The France-Merrick Foundations have established a fund to provide a scholarship for a financially needy student who is a resident of Baltimore City. One award is made each year.
The Giannopoulos Fund
Tom Giannopoulos, president of Micros Systems, Inc., is a former member of the Capitol College Board of Trustees. He generously provided funding to establish the Giannopoulos Fund to support bright students pursuing high-technology degrees at Capitol College.
Avrum Gudelsky Memorial Scholarship
Funds for this scholarship have been made available through an endowment created by Homer and Martha Gudelsky in memory of their son, Avrum. This scholarship recognizes and encourages academic excellence among outstanding seniors who are pursuing a bachelor of science degree. It is the highest academic honor the college confers.
Homer Gudelsky Memorial Award
This scholarship program has been designated to provide encouragement and support for an outstanding freshman with demonstrated commitment and potential for academic success. Faculty members nominate and select the recipient.
William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship Fund for Women
The Hearst Foundation established this program in 1988. Its purpose is to encourage women to enter the field of engineering. The endowment has grown from one scholarship per year to four.
William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship Fund for Women and Minorities
The Hearst Foundation affirmed its support for Capitol College by joining the Millennium Society in 2000. Its scholarship fund is to encourage women and minority students to enter the field of engineering.
Leonard Jarrell Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship was established in memory of Leonard Jarrell. The Jarrell family has been part of the Capitol College community for more than 27 years. Leonard, an engineer and teacher, played an important role in building a relationship between IEEE and the college. This scholarship is part of the Millennium Society Scholarship Fund and is dedicated to the support of future generations of engineers and technologists.
The Brigadier General Harold R. “Johnny” Johnson and Maria Baciu Johnson Scholarship
This scholarship was endowed by the Johnson family and William O. Hider, in memory of Brigadier General Harold R. “Johnny” Johnson and his wife, Maria Baciu Johnson. The Brigadier General was the fifth president of Capitol College. This scholarship is for a junior with a career in innovation, entrepreneurships or business.