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United States Navy Captain Robert C. Kennedy Scholarship (1649)

US Naval Captain Robert C. Kennedy spent 28 years in military service and had attained the rank of Captain upon his retirement. His family members are all top students in mathematics.



A. Catherine Tice Memorial Scholarship (1620)

A. Catherine Tice lived in Dade City during the depression and graduated from Pasco High School in 1935. She wanted to help other students from Pasco High School achieve their dreams.



A.P.A.C.K., Inc. Deputy Lonnie C. Coburn Scholarship (1736)

American People Against Cop Killers (A.P.A.C.K.) established this scholarship, benefiting students enrolled in the Law Enforcement Academy, in honor of Hernando County Deputy Lonnie C. Coburn who died in the line of duty. The scholarship is funded with donations collected during the A.P.A.C.K., Inc., Annual Hernando County Bikefest, an event that honors officers who were killed in the line of duty while serving others.

Accounting Technology Scholarship (1772)

The Accounting Technology Scholarship was established in 2013 to assist students enrolled part or full time at PHSC in the Accounting Technology degree track.

Agnes E. Lucas and Alexander V. Lucas Memorial Scholarship (1679)

The Agnes E. Lucas and Alexander V. Lucas Memorial Scholarship was established in 2003 to provide assistance to deserving PHSC students who attend classes at the New Port Richey campus and demonstrate financial need.

Alex and Dorothy Acey Scholarship (1720)

The Alex and Dorothy Acey Scholarship was established in 1995 to assist deserving PHSC students.

Alfred A. McKethan Scholarship (1670)

Alfred A. McKethan of Brooksville left quite an legacy at PHSC. Not only was he instramental in the creation of the college, but he bequeathed the College a substantial sum after his death at the age of 93. Described as "Mr. Hernando County," McKethan left his imprint on many local landmarks, and in the course of his lifetime donated millions of dollars to both civic and private organizations. The North Campus Library in Brooksville is named the Alfred A. McKethan Library in his honor.

Alfred A. McKethan Top Ten Scholarship (16701)

Alfred A. McKethan of Brooksville left quite an legacy at PHSC. Not only was he instramental in the creation of the college, but he bequeathed the College a substantial sum after his death at the age of 93. Described as "Mr. Hernando County," McKethan left his imprint on many local landmarks, and in the course of his lifetime donated millions of dollars to both civic and private organizations. The North Campus Library in Brooksville is named the Alfred A. McKethan Library in his honor.



Alfred H. and Doris E. Jansen Scholarship (1752)

$7k original donation. As requested, the funds will be used for the Alfred H. and Doris E. Jansen Scholarship Fund. They married in 1984 and built their dream home in Hudson where they learned of PHSC and appreciated it's contribution to the community

Alric and Mary Pottberg Scholarship (2530)

Alric and Mary Pottberg established this endowment to assist PHSC student pursue their degree.

American Association of University Women Irene Fund (1760)

The AAUW was established in 1881 with a meeting of 17 like-minded women who had defied society’s standards by earning college degrees. The club's interest is in promoting equity for women and girls. This scholarship was established in memory of one of the West Pasco Branch's members, Irene Sartain.

American Association of University Women Mary Lou Knight Scholarship (1590)

The AAUW was established in 1881 with a meeting of 17 like-minded women who had defied society’s standards by earning college degrees. The club's interest is in promoting equity for women and girls. This scholarship was established in memory of one of the West Pasco Branch's members, Mary Lou Knight.

American Association of University Women Peterson-Lipke Scholarship (1641)

The AAUW was established in 1881 with a meeting of 17 like-minded women who had defied society’s standards by earning college degrees. The club's interest is in promoting equity for women and girls. This scholarship was established by one of the West Pasco Branch's members, Mary Ann Peterson-Lipke.

American Business Women's Association Palm Chapter (1637)

The American Business Women's Association Palm Chapter established this endowed fund to assist PHSC students with a 3.0 GPA or higher.

American Data & Computer Products, Inc. (1663)

American Data & Computer Products, Inc. established this scholarship in 2000 to provide financial assistance to students pursing a degree in the technology field.

Anclote Earth Science Club Irene and Jack Van Balen Scholarship (1644)

Members of the Anclote Earth Science Club have an interest in geology. The club decided to endow a scholarship in memory of two long-time members, Irene and Jack Van Balen, who taught many of the club's members about geology and its history.

Andrew C. and June E. Balog Scholarship (1555)

The Andrew C. and June E. Balog Scholarship was established in 2008 to provide scholarships for those students who have attended the PHSC Preparation GED program or attended Pasco County Schools Underage and Dropout Prevention and earned a GED.

Andy and Barry Jaap Memorial Scholarship (2610)

Barry Jaap was an outstanding member of PHSC's student body. His brother, Willis "Andy" Andrew Jaap, was also a PHSC student who earned an associate of arts/science degree. Their father, friends and family have memorialized the brothers through this endowed scholarship.

Andy Oravec Scholarship (1653)

Andrew "Andy" Oravec, Jr. was CEO of the Columbia/HCA New Port Richey Hospital, formerly Community Hospital of New Port Richey and currently Medical Center of Trinity, before his retirement. He is a member of PHSC Foundation's President's Club Founders. This scholarship was established in his honor.



Anna F. and Frederick O. Vincent Scholarship (2970)

Through her trust, Mrs. Eleanor Geller created three scholarships for PHSC, including the Anna F. Vincent and Frederick O. Vincent Scholarship in memory of her mother and father.

Anne F. Bucy Scholarship (2300)

Anne F. Bucy of New Port Richey was a longtime friend of PHSC. When she died at the age of 94, she left PHSC $2.4 million in trust, the largest individual gift the College has received in its 34 year history. Mrs. Bucy was a woman of average means who worked as a secretary and a court reporter in a Chicago law firm. She acquired her fortune by investing in the stock market. Known as a smart, funny and adventurous person, she got her drivers license in 1996 at the age of 85. A building is named in her honor on PHSC's West Campus in New Port Richey, the Anne F. Bucy Classroom Building.

Anne F. Bucy Top Ten Scholarship (23001)

Anne F. Bucy of New Port Richey was a longtime friend of PHSC. When she died at the age of 94, she left PHSC $2.4 million in trust, the largest individual gift the College has received in its 34 year history. Mrs. Bucy was a woman of average means who worked as a secretary and a court reporter in a Chicago law firm. She acquired her fortune by investing in the stock market. Known as a smart, funny and adventurous person, she got her drivers license in 1996 at the age of 85. A building is named in her honor on PHSC's West Campus in New Port Richey, the Anne F. Bucy Classroom Building.



Arby's Leadership Scholarship (1809)

This scholarship was established to assist PHSC students who attended the 2015 Student Leadership Retreat.

Bank of America Dream Makers Scholarship (1669)

The Bank of America "Dream Makers" Scholarship was established in 1998 through a $1 million contribution from Bank of America and matched by the State of Florida through the Dr. Phillip Benjamin Matching Program. The earnings from the endowment are awarded to first-generation students around Florida to cover tuition, books, fees and childcare.

Bank of America Scholarship (1920)

Originally this scholarship was established by NationsBank as part of the Performing Arts Center Endowment. The fund has evolved and now supports student scholarships through Bank of America.

Barnett Bank Scholarship (2890)

Barnett Bank's support of PHSC began with an interest in the Performing Arts Center. The bank was part of a "Corporate Challenge Wheel," in which organizations pledged to contribute to PHSC Foundation over several years. The program eventually established scholarships for PHSC students.

Batson-Cook Construction Leadership Scholarship (1807)

The Batson-Cook Construction Leadership Scholarship will be awarded to any student who attends the 2015 Student Leadership Retreat.

Batson-Cook Construction Scholarship (1773)

This scholarship was established with proceeds from PHSC's 40th Anniversary Bash at the Ranch held on April 13, 2013.

Bayfront Health Dade City Volunteer Foundation, Inc. Annual Scholarship (1803)

The Bayfront Health Dade City Volunteer Foundation, Inc. Annual Scholarship was established in 2015 to support PHSC students enrolled in a health program.

Benjamin L. Matzek Memorial Scholarship (1711)

Harriet Matzek is a Spring Hill resident who established scholarships in memory of her husband, Benjamin L., and her daughter, Carolyn. Her husband was a soil scientist, and the scholarship created in his memory gives preference to students with an interest in environmental science.

Borrell Electric Company Scholarship (1768)

The proceeds from the 2012 Black Diamond Golf Tournament helped establish this scholarship.



Briggs-Hopper-Hall American Legion Auxiliary Zephyr Unit 118 Scholarship (2160)

The American Legion Auxiliary Zephyr Unit created this scholarship in honor of three of its members, Mrs. Briggs, Mrs. Hopper and Mrs. Hall.

Brooksville Garden Club Scholarship (1950)

The mission of the Brooksville Garden Club is to further the education of members and the public in fields of gardening, horticulture, botany, landscape design, artistic design, conservation of the natural roadside development, youth gardening and nature studies.

Brooksville Kiwanis Club Scholarship (2260)

Kiwanis Club of Brooksville was founded in 1923. Over the years, the club has held many fundraisers to help assist with community projects, including sponsoring youth groups, highway clean-ups, raising money to benefit children and children's support groups, and providing scholarships.

Brooksville Kiwanis Foundation Betty Jo Deen Scholarship (1645)

This scholarship was initiated by Mr. Tom Deen, Brooksville Kiwanis Club member and a founding member of PHSC Foundation, and his two daughters, Ms. Barbara Wilson and Ms. Gloria Cardwell in honor of Mrs. Betty Jo Deen. Mrs. Deen was a retired Hernando County teacher and a great advocate of the community, particularly of youth and the Kiwanis Club. Mrs. Deen passed away in 1999 after a long battle with Lou Gehrig's disease.

Brooksville Kiwanis Foundation Bicentennial Fund (2190)

This scholarship was established by the Hernando County Bicentennial Committee, chaired by Colonel Thomas Deen, in honor of the country's 200th birthday.

Brooksville Kiwanis Foundation Bristol/Imhoff Scholarship (1599)

This scholarship was established by the Brooksville Kiwanis Club in memorium of two Hernando High School teachers, Mike Bristol and Michael Imhoff.



Brooksville Kiwanis Foundation Deen Family Scholarship (1652)

The Brooksville Kiwanis Foundation established this scholarship in honor of the Deen family, who have been longtime supporters of the Brooksville Kiwanis Club.

Brooksville Lions Club Scholarship (1629)

Lions meet the needs of local communities and the world every day because they share a core belief - to service their community. The Lions Club community projects often support local children and schools through scholarships, recreation and mentoring.

Brooksville Regional Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship (1638)

The Brooksville Regional Hospital Auxiliary has increased their endowment over time, adding contributions in memory of former members.

Brooksville Woman's Club Scholarship (2240)

The Brooksville Woman's Club has increased their endowment over time, adding contributions in memory of their club members who have passed away.

Bruce Sutherland Memorial (1627)

This scholarship was established in 1997 by the family and friends of Bruce Sutherland.

Burdzinski/Epperson Family Scholarship (1688)

The Burdzinski/Epperson Family Scholarship was established in 2006 to assist deserving PHSC students.

C. A. "Collie" Clayton Memorial Scholarship (1740)

The C.A. "Collie" Clayton Memorial Scholarship was established in 1981 to assist students pursing a degree in education, nursing or law.

Capital City Bank Group Foundation First Generation Scholarship (1557)

The Capital City Bank Group Foundation awarded the PHSC Foundation with a grant in 2010 to establish the Capital City Bank Group Foundation First Generation Scholarship.

Carol Gunn Heasley Memorial Scholarship (1690)

Carol Gunn Heasley was an esteemed kindergarten teacher at Northwest Elementary School in Hudson. Her colleagues joined together to establish an endowed scholarship in her memory.

Carolyn Matzek Memorial Scholarship (1712)

Harriet Matzek is a Spring Hill resident who has established two scholarships in memory of her husband, Benjamin L., and her daughter, Carolyn. Carolyn was very fond of animals, thus the scholarship created in her memory gives preference to students with an interest in veterinary medicine.

Cathy Glassman Memorial Scholarship (1671)

Cathy Glassman was a media specialist at Hudson High School. She passed away in 2001 after a long battle with cancer. The staff of Hudson High School initiated the Cathy Glassman Memorial Scholarship in her honor.

Charity Fund of Timber Pines (1757)

To encourage and support college attendance of Hernando County residents

Charles & Sylvia Huhtanen Annual Scholarship (1782)

This scholarship was established from proceeds from the 2nd Annual Bash at the Ranch.



Charles E. Conger Scholarship (2270)

Charles E. Conger's association with PHSC began after a tour of the East Campus in Dade City to see the construction of the library. He was very impressed, and bequeathed the College more than $1 million. The library at the East Campus in Dade City is named in his honor.

Charles E. Conger Top Ten Scholarship (22701)

Charles E. Conger's association with PHSC began after a tour of the East Campus in Dade City to see the construction of the library. He was very impressed, and bequeathed the College more than $1 million. The library at the East Campus in Dade City is named in his honor.



Chester-Delores Poznanski/Voiture Locale 1576, 40/8 Scholarship (1658)

Voiture Locale 1576, 40/8 is the honor society of the American Legion organization formed after World War I in 1921. Only Legionnaire members are invited to join. The numbers in the name are based on the insignia on French boxcars that transported soldiers (40) or horses (8) during World War I. In 1955, the group recognized the shortage of nurses and began to provide financial assistance to students pursuing a nursing degree. This scholarship was established in honor of well-known Voiture member, Chester Poznanski, and his wife Delores.

Colleen Damario Annual Scholarship (1804)

This scholarship was established with proceeds from the 2015 Bash at the Ranch to support PHSC students.

Community Foundation of Hernando County (1749)

When the Spring Hill Campus opened its doors, the Community Foundation of Hernando County was there to offer scholarships to incoming students.

Community Foundation of Pasco County Myrtle Baker Nursing Scholarship (1716)

The Community Foundation of Pasco County facilitated the establishment of this scholarship from the Myrtle Phillips Baker Memorial Fund. Ms. Baker was a registered nurse with more than 40 years of service in the health industry. She was eternally appreciative and committed to the field of nursing.

Community United Methodist Church Scholarship (2360)

Mr. Wayne R. Coulter and the Community United Methodist Church established this scholarship endowment in 1982 to assist deserving PHSC students.

Concept College (1356)

The PHSC Foundation put grant awards from the Rays Baseball Foundation and the Community Foundation of Pasco County together with other sources to provide for the CROP, COE, and TSIC programs.

Dade City Fire Rescue, Inc. Scholarship (1691)

This scholarship was established to assist students pursuing a degree in the public safety field.

Dade City Woman's Club Ruth Touchton Scholarship (2030)

Ruth Touchton, known as "Miss Polly" to many in Pasco County, was passionate about the Dade City Woman's Club, which was founded In 1909 by her mother. Her community work included many projects, but one of the most well-known was making possible the construction of the Woman's Club House. With a great sense of humor and zest for life, Ms. Touchton lived to be 99 years old. The Dade City Woman's Club established this scholarship in her honor.

David and Teresa Sturgill Scholarship (1737)

Teresa Sturgill was a Florida native, born in Miami. She was a successful real estate agent who served as president of the Hernando County Association of REALTORS, and was honored as REALTOR of the year. She achieved much success, even though she had a learning disability. She was an adventuresome person who enjoyed boating, camping and motorcycles, and even joined the State Alligator Hunt when the opportunity arose. Teresa, whose generosity was boundless, passed away after a long battle with cancer at the age of 55.



David Dewey Trompeter Scholarship (2350)

Ms. Dorothy Trompeter established this scholarship in memory of her husband, Mr. David Dewey Trompeter.

David Yenkinson and Ann V. Yenkinson Scholarship (1718)

The David Yenkinson and Ann V. Yenkinson Scholarship was established in 2007 to assist students pursuing a degree in nursing or health sciences.

Debra J. Hay Scholarship (1595)

Dr. Debra J. Hay spent many years as a counselor and social worker. She came to PHSC in 1986 as the Assistant Dean of Student Services, and was later promoted to Dean of Student Services. Debbie loved the community college system and PHSC. Her family, friends and PHSC staff and faculty established this scholarship in her memory.

Deese Family Scholarship (1794)

This scholarship was established in 2015 to assist deserving PHSC students.

Deputy John C. Mecklenburg Scholarship (1791)

This scholarship was established in memory of Deputy John C. Mecklenburg.  This scholarship is for students 25 years of age or older who are enrolled in the PHSC Law Enforcement Academy. 

Des & Mickey Little/Rotary Club of New Port Richey Scholarship (2760)

Mr. and Mrs. Des and Mickey Little, along with the Rotary Club of New Port Richey, created this endowment in 1989 to assist PHSC students in pursuing a degree.

Diane P. Crawford Memorial Fund (8211)

Fund used to help pay the enrollment fee for students in the GED Preparatory Program. The fund is in memory of the donor's mother, Diane P. Crawford, who earned her GED and then went on to receive an associate's degree from PHSC.



Diane Rowden (1631)

The Diane Rowden scholarship gives provides scholarships to PHSC students that reside in Hernando County and demonstrate financial need.

Dingus Fund (2380)

Mr. Henry Dignus, Jr. established this endowed scholarship in 1977 to assist deserving PHSC students.

Dixon Family Scholarship (2950)

This scholarship was PHSC's first scholarship to be named after an entire family and also to be provided by an alumnus. The Dixon family has contributed to the fund over many years, sometimes in lieu of birthday and Christmas gifts to one another.

Dola Creekmore Memorial Scholarship (2210)

Dola Creekmore loved the youth in the community and was always interested in their advancement.

Doris Barkley Schlegel Scholarship (1698)

The Doris Barkley Schlegel Scholarship was established in 2005 to assist PHSC students.

Dorothy B. Davidson (1611)

Dorothy Davidson enjoyed college so much that she had a colorful history at Columbia, Duke and Yale. Her support of PHSC began in 1975 after she took a continuing education course on hypnosis. She had a particular interest in helping women attain college degrees and decided to endow a scholarship at PHSC for female students.

Dr. Bharat Desai and Meena Desai Scholarship (1741)

When Dr. Bharat Desai and his wife, Meena, wanted to make a contribution to help Pasco County students, his experience as a young student inspired him to help others. Dr. Desai grew up in a small remote village in India called Ori and despite his family’s financial situation, he was able to go to college because the cost of higher education is less expensive in India than it is in the United States. “In India if you are bright you don’t need much money to go to college, and that is the difference,” he says. “Here, I’ve seen so many bright students who can’t go to college because it is so costly and they don’t have any financial resources.” Because of this, the Desai’s were moved to help local students. The scholarship will provide financial support for PHSC nursing students. The Desai’s hope their gift will encourage others in the community to give as well.

Dr. Felisha R. Barker Memorial Scholarship (1702)

Dr. Felisha Renee Barker was a beloved financial aid advisor on PHSC's East Campus in Dade City. She attended Pasco High School and was senior class president of the 1991 graduating class. She received an AA from PHSC, while serving as president of the SGA. She continued her studies, earning a BA from UCF, a master's degree from St. Leo University, and a doctorate from Nova Southeastern University. In addition to her academic achievements, Dr. Barker was vice president of the African American Heritage Society of East Pasco, a member and advisor of Uhuru, advisor of the Florida African American Student Association, and a member of Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church. She died tragically at the young age of 31 in 2005.

Dr. John and Nancy Kelso Scholarship (1584)

Nancy Kelso created this endowed fund to provide scholarships and fund programs of staff development. Ms. Kelso served as president for two terms of the Friends of the (West Campus Library) Museum. Her husband, Dr. John Kelso, was a physicist and world-renowned scientist. She is a professional genealogist.



Dr. Katherine M. Johnson Endowed Scholarship

The Dr. Katherine M. Johnson Endowed Scholarship was established in 2015 to assist deserving PHSC students.  This endowment was created with funds raised through the 3rd Annual Bash at the Ranch.  The Bash at the Ranch was a celebration of Dr. Johnson and her retirement as PHSC President.

Dr. Marion D. Bullock/Delta Kappa Gamma - Key Women Educators Scholarship (2990)

In Honor of Dr. Marion D. Bullock, Former PHSC Provost at East Campus and member of Delta Kappa Gamma

Dr. Michael D. Head Memorial Scholarship (1685)

Dr. Michael D. Head was an oral surgeon who practiced in Spring Hill. He thought highly of the PHSC dental hygiene program. His family endowed a scholarship for dental students in his memory.

Dr. Milton O. Jones. Ph.D Scholarship (2710)

Milton O. Jones, Ph.D. was PHSC's first president, from 1972 until his retirement in 1994. He oversaw the construction of all three campuses and the Spring Hill Center, and the establishment of the PHSC Foundation in 1975. Today, the retired president and colonel is a rancher in Zephyrhills and an active Rotarian. In addition to raising money to support foundations that help National Guard personnel and their families, Dr. Jones has endowed three scholarships through the PHSC Foundation. This scholarship was established by his family, friends and PHSC colleagues in honor of his continuous support of PHSC.

Dr. Richard C. Braun Memorial Scholarship (1744)

The Dr. Richard C. Braun Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by Dr. Beatrice S. Braun in memory of her husband. Dr. Braun, a native of Buffalo, NY, served as a Jesuit priest prior to his marriage in 1970. He completed his Ph.D. at Fordham University and started a corporation, Human Resources Group, the first to offer employee assistance programs to large corporations, a concept that grew rapidly in the corporate world. After retirement, Dr. Braun moved to Florida and served on various boards and committees. Along with his wife, Dr. Braun was a SHINE (Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders) volunteer in Hernando County, helping seniors understand and select appropriate health insurance options. Dr. Braun was committeed to supporting programs that fostered educational opportunities for disadvantaged African-American students at PHSC.

Dr. Robert W. & Ellen Judson Scholarship (1695)

Dr. Robert Judson, Jr. was PHSC's second president, beginning in 1994. Dr. Judson's career at PHSC began in 1972 as a counselor/instructor in Dade City before there was even a college campus. He taught the first-ever PHSC course and the following year became PHSC's first coordinator of financial aid. After serving as dean of the East Campus in Dade City, Dr. Judson was offered the provost's job in 1983. Soon after he was named executive vice president. His appointment was particularly ground-breaking, as he was the first African-American president of the modern Florida Community College system.

E. H. Browning, Jr. Scholarship (1810)

This scholarship was established by the family members of E. H. "Ed" Browning, Jr. who passed away in 1972 at an early age. Mr. Browning's son, Mark Browning, was a member of PHSC's District Board of Trustees.

Earl R. & Edna M. Oehlenschlager Memorial Scholarship (1675)

Edna M. Oehlenschlager left PHSC Foundation a substantial contribution in trust. She wanted to give needy students the opportunity to attend PHSC. She was very fond of the West Campus in New Port Richey.

Edith & J. Wesley Richards Scholarship (2110)

The Edith & J. Wesley Richards Scholarship was established in 1985 to assist PHSC students who demonstrate financial need and are in good academic standing.

Edward K. Roberts Scholarship (1664)

Mr. Edward K. Roberts designated his gift of 1,000 shares of Quaker Oats stock for scholarships at PHSC.

Edward K. Roberts/Community Foundation of Sarasota Scholarship (16641)

One of our very special donors, Mr. Edward K. Roberts, left a legacy to support community colleges in Florida. Mr. Roberts established the Edward K. Roberts Fund of the Community Foundation of Sarasota County to distribute funds to underfunded community colleges, to other charitable organizations and to address emerging needs he felt strongly and passionately about. We are so pleased that Mr. Roberts had the vision to make higher education a priority, particularly for those motivated to make a better life for themselves.

Elizabeth A. Koerner Memorial Scholarship (2460)

Mr. Frtiz Koerner and children, Joan and David, established this scholarship in memory of their wife and mother, Elizabeth A. Koerner. Ms. Koerner was an accomplished businesswoman and had a keen interest in community affairs. She was active in many clubs and organizations including the Beacon Woods Social Club. Because of Elizabeth's "avid interest in broadening one's horizons," the family decided that a memorial scholarship was a fitting tribute.

Elizabeth H. Bailey Memorial Scholarship (2690)

Philip Bailey created this scholarship for nursing students in memory of his late wife, Elizabeth. He believed that nurses are committed to serving humanity and wanted to help them with their education.

Embarq Scholarship (1770)

The Embarq Scholarship was established in 1994 to assist students to pursue a degree at PHSC.

Everett and Eleanor Geller Scholarship (2120)

Through her trust, Mrs. Eleanor Geller created three scholarships for PHSC, including the Everett and Eleanor Geller Scholarship in memory of her and her husband.

First Generation in College Matching Grant Scholarship (1553)

This scholarship was established to help students who are the first generation in their family to attend college.



First Generation in College Scholarship (1550)

This scholarship was established to help students who are the first generation in their family to attend college.



Florida Architects, Inc. Scholarship (1774)

This scholarship was established with proceeds from PHSC's 40th Anniversary Bash at the Ranch held on April 13, 2013.

Florida Blue Nursing and Allied Health Scholarship (1713)

The purpose of the Florida Blue Nursing and Allied Health Scholarship is to provide a sustained source of funding for student scholarships in nursing and allied health programs in order to meet the growing need for skilled nurses and allied health professionals who serve the diverse popuation of Florida.

Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel Health Programs Scholarship (1777)

The Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel Health Programs Scholarship endowed fund will be used to fund student scholarships for those enrolled full or part time in any health occupations degree or certificate tracks offered at PHSC.



Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation Scholarship (1303)

The Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation Scholarship provides scholarships to those students who are employed at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills and are majoring in nursing at PHSC.

Florida Suncoast Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America Scholarship (1605)

The members of MOAA, retired military officers, believe in helping others and endowed a scholarship to benefit PHSC students.

Ford W. Bowers and Donna J. Bowers Scholarship (1714)

The Ford W. Bowers and Donna J. Bowers Scholarship was established in 2006 to help students pursue their degree.

Fotta-Hillen Scholarship (1626)

The Fotta-Hillen Scholarship was established in 1998 to assist deserving PHSC students.

Foundation for Florida's Community Colleges Dr. Philip Benjamin Scholarship (1677)

The Florida College System Foundation founded three scholarships, Dr. Phillip Benjamin, Albert Leroy Brown, and Clark Maxwell.

Frances J. Hancock Memorial Scholarship (1636)

Francis Juanita Johnston Hancock was from a family with deep roots in the community. Her ancestors settled in Florida as soon as it became a territory. She was devoted to her family and friends, and spent many weekends and evenings caring for those who needed a ride, a meal or some company.

Fraternal Order of Police Pasco Sheriff's Lodge #29 Scholarship (2050)

This scholarship was established in 1985 to assist PHSC students pursuing a degree in law enforcement or corrections.

Fred K. Marchman/Rotary Club of New Port Richey Scholarship (1640)

Fred K. Marchman was a fixture in the Pasco County school system and a former New Port Richey City Council member. He was a math teacher at Gulf High School and principal of Richey Elementary School. He also served as superintendent of Pasco County schools. He was a very charitable person who was always concerned about the education of young people.

Gary L. Blackwell Charitable Foundation Annual Scholarship (#1811)

This scholarship was established by the Gary L. Blackwell Charitable Foundation to support PHSC students who are pursuing a health science degree and demonstrate financial need.

George E. Peterson and Mary G. Peterson Scholarship (1721)

The George E. Peterson and Mary G. Peterson Scholarship was established in 2006 to assist PHSC students who demonstrate financial need.

Gloria and Wayne Simpson Endowed Scholarship (1789)

This scholarship was established in 2014 to assist deserving PHSC students.

Golf Outing Athletic Scholarship (1624)

The PHSC Booster's Club raised funds to support athletic scholarships through sports events, such as golf tournaments.

Gordon H. and Marie Matheny Scholarship (1554)

The Gordon H. and Marie Matheny Scholarship was established in 2008 to provide scholarships for those students who have attended the PHSC Preparation GED program or attended Pasco County Schools Underage and Dropout Prevention and earned a GED.

Greater Hernando County Chamber of Commerce Scholarship (2630)

The mission of Greater Hernando Chamber of Commerce is to stregthen our business environment and enable our members to prosper.

Harold O. and Ruth Vincent Scholarship (2980)

Through her trust, Mrs. Eleanor Geller created three scholarships for PHSC, including the Harold O. Vincent and Ruth Vincent Scholarship, in memory of her brother and sister-in-law.

Harvey and Mary Snell Scholarship (2470)

The Harvey and Mary Snell Scholarship was established in 1987 to assist PHSC students.

Helen Doskocz Annual Scholarship (1783)

This scholarship was established through a sponsorship from the Second Annual Bash at the Ranch held on April 12, 2014.



Helene Koerner Gahlen Scholarship (1680)

The Helene Koerner Gahlen Scholarship was established in 1995 to assist PHSC students pursue their dreams of higher education.

Helios Education Foundation First Generation in College Scholarship (1552)

The Helios Education Foundation Scholarship was created in 2006 to provide scholarships to first-generation college students pursuing a degree in education.



Henry and Ardis Martin Scholarship (1594)

Mrs. Ardis Martin established the Henry and Ardis Martin Scholarship in 1997 to provide scholarships to PHSC students pursuing a degree in nursing or art.

Henry Poznanski/Voiture 1576, 40/8 Scholarship (1591)

Voiture Locale 1576, 40/8 is the honor society of the American Legion organization formed after World War I in 1921. Only Legionnaire members are invited to join. The numbers in the name are based on the insignia on French boxcars that transported soldiers (40) or horses (8) during World War I. In 1955, the group recognized the shortage of nurses and began to provide financial assistance to students pursuing a nursing degree. This scholarship was established in memory of Henry Poznanski, the brother of well-known Voiture member, Chester Poznanski.

Hernando County Restaurant Association Scholarship (1630)

The Hernando County Restaurant Association Scholarship was established in 1996 to assist PHSC students who graduated from a Hernando County high school or reside in Hernando County.

Hernando Healthcare Foundation, Inc. Radiography Scholarship (1748)

The Hernando Healthcare Foundation, Inc. Radiography Scholarship was established in 2010 to provide scholarships to PHSC students pursuing a degree in radiography.

Hernando Healthcare Foundation, Inc. Scholarship (1747)

The Hernando Healthcare Foundation, Inc. Scholarship was established in 2010 to provide scholarships to PHSC students pursuing a degree in nursing.

Hernando Mining Association Scholarship (1731)

This scholarship was established in 2008 to provide scholarships to students pursuing a degree in engineering or applied welding technologies.

Hernando REALTORS American Dream Scholarship (1681)

The Hernando RealtorsAmerican Dream Scholarship was established in 2003 to provide scholarships to PHSC students who reside in Hernando County and demonstrate financial need.

Holiday Rotary Club Scholarship (1580)

The Holiday Rotary Club Scholarship was established in 1990 to provide scholarships to PHSC students that demonstrate financial need and reside in West Pasco.

Human Services Club Scholarship (1651)

The Human Services Club at PHSC provides a medium for cooperation and communication among area human services and mental health professionals, faculty and students. It also helps members with career development and placement.

Jack D. McGeachy Annual Scholarship (#1799)

This scholarship was established in 2015 by Jack C. McGeachy in honor of his grandfather, Jack D. McGeachy.

Jack Linville Memorial Scholarship (2780)

Former PHSC District Board of Trustees member Lois Linville established this scholarship in memory of her husband, Jack Linville, owner of Zephyr Egg Co. and longtime resident of Zephyrhills.

James "Doc," "Tex" Hollingsworth Scholarship (1667)

Dr. James L. Hollingsworth was known to many as "Doc" or "Tex." He was a beloved professor on PHSC's West Campus in New Port Richey for many years. His family, friends and colleagues established the scholarship in his memory to honor his commitment and dedication to education.

James and Christene Yant Scholarship (1715)

James Yant was hired as PHSC's first minority recruiter in 1975 and was promoted to coordinator of counseling on the North Campus, where he served until his resignation in 1986. He was instrumental in the helping students start PHSC's UHURU club, a club for minority students. Yant was appointed as a College trustee in 1993 where he served as chairman. Yant was also a member of the Foundation Board of Directors until 2007.

James Edward Starling Scholarship (2390)

Mr. James Edward Starling was a longtime friend of PHSC. He was instrumental in getting the land donated in Dade City for PHSC's first campus, the East Campus.

James Santella Memorial Scholarship (1781)

James Santella was a firefighter, PHSC alum, friend, beloved son, brother, husband and proud father.  His family was his most important priority.  His passing from Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease, inspired the creation of the James Santella Foundation to honor his memory. The James Santella Foundation helps provide resources and financial support to those in the local community suffering from ALS.  The Foundation offers academic scholarships to PHSC students who are Hernando County residents or those who have graduated from a Hernando County high school, that are interested in a rewarding career in the fire rescue/first responder service with preference given to students pursuing the EMT certification, Paramedic or the Fire Science Technology program.



Janet G. Thomson Scholarship (1762)

Scholarship was established to support students who exhibit financial need who are continuing education in spite of personal hardships and who may not have the best academic record.

Janice Jones/San Antonio Rattlesnake Festival Scholarship (2140)

Rattlesnake and Gopher Enthusiasts (R.A.G.E., Inc.) donates proceeds from their annual fundraiser, the San Antonio Rattlesnake Festival, to fund this scholarship. The group named the scholarship in honor of Janice Jones, a longtime member of R.A.G.E., who has served on the R.A.G.E. board of directors and as wildlife chairperson.

Jeff Miller Scholarship (1756)

In 2011, the Jeff Miller Scholarship was established and matched equally by the Rotary Club of New Port Richey. This scholarship assists PHSC students who reside in Pasco County.

Jeffrey and Kathleen Kinnunen Scholarship (2090)

The Jeffrey & Kathleen Kinnunen Scholarship was created by the West Pasco Dental Association. Dr. Niles Kinnunen, who was president of the association at the time, initiated the scholarship named in memory of his son, Jeffrey, and his wife, Kathleen, who was a dental hygenist. Dr. Kinnunen was a founding member of the PHSC Foundation Board of Directors.

Joan Kohr Memorial Scholarship (1634)

Joan Kohr was a vibrant and dedicated member of PHSC's nursing department. Her family, friends, and colleagues established the scholarship to benefit nursing students in her memory.

Joel Goldberg and Cheryl McDonald First Generation Scholarship (1559)

This scholarship was established in support of first generation in college students.

John and Helen Doskocz Annual Memorial Scholarship (1558)

John J. Doskocz was born and raised in New York City. He was an airplane and engine instructor until he enlisted in the Army Air Corps in l943 and was sent to England. He became the lead Crew Chief of the "Slick Chick," a B24H Liberator bomber. His plane flew an amazing l26 missions without a mechanical abort. For his service and dedication to his country, he was awarded the Bronze Star Medal. On his return to the United States he was married and began a 34-year-long career with Pan American World Airways, during which time he and his wife traveled extensively. He retired in l979, and moved to Florida with his wife, Helen. He remained in Florida until the time of his death in March of 2010 at the age of 93. John was a firm believer in the value of a good education. One of his favorite sayings was "Knowledge is Power."

John and Martha Ayers Scholarship (2180)

Martha Ayers' concern for young people was exemplified in her dedication and service over 30 years as a social studies teacher and youth leader in Hernando County. John Ayers was a native of Hernando County and was a high school basketball star. He was a county commissioner for 20 years, then a state representative for 10 years. They never had any children of their own but were very interested in the welfare of the youth of Hernando County. Mr. and Mrs. Ayers were longtime supporters of PHSC and were selected by Phi Theta Kappa as honorary members.

Joseph and Julia Evessa Scholarship (2510)

Joseph J. Evessa served in the US military and was a member of American Legion Voiture 1576, 40/8, the honor society of the American Legion organization. During his lifetime, he contributed his time and energy to the promotion of community well-being, patriotism, and the American way of life. Mr. Evessa received many awards for his patriotism including the George Washington Principal Honor Medal Award.

Joseph and Susan Cristofaro Scholarship (2880)

The Joseph and Susan Cristofaro Scholarship was established in 1993 to assist deserving PHSC students.

Joseph J. Evessa/Voiture 1576, 40/8 Scholarship (1600)

Voiture Locale 1576, 40/8 is the honor society of the American Legion organization formed after World War I in 1921. Only Legionnaire members are invited to join. The numbers in the name are based on the insignia on French boxcars that transported soldiers (40) or horses (8) during World War I. In 1955, the group recognized the shortage of nurses and began to provide financial assistance to students pursuing a nursing degree. This scholarship was established in memory of Joseph J. Evessa, a decorated Voiture member.

Judy Case Scholarship (1657)

Judy Case has served PHSC as a college trustee and member of the PHSC Foundation Board of Directors. Actively involved in local civic and non-profit organizations, Judy is the retired founder of Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services of Hudson. Commenting on the events that led her to create this scholarship Ms. Case said, "While shopping at a local supermarket not long ago, I struck up a conversation with a young employee. When I asked him about his plans for college, he said he could not even afford to attend a 2-year college. This really made an impression on me. I knew I had to help."

Julia Rachler Memorial Scholarship (1723)

The Julia Rachler Memorial Scholarship provides assistance to PHSC students pursuing a degree in nursing.

Julius R. Mantey/First Baptist Church of New Port Richey Scholarship (2560)

Dr. Julius R. Mantey was a longtime supporter of PHSC and wanted to see students succeed. Dr. Mantey decided to donate 364 shares of RCA Corporation stock to create a scholarship that would help members of First Baptist Church of New Port Richey to pay for their higher education at PHSC.

Junior Service League of New Port Richey Scholarship (2440)

The Junior Service League of New Port Richey established this endowed scholarship to support students who were returning to school after an extended absence. The league also donated the funds needed to purchase a Steinway piano for PHSC's Performing Arts Center.

Ken Boyer Memorial Scholarship (1746)

After having retired from the coast guard, Ken Boyer was pursuing a degree in education to become a English teacher. He was a brilliant writer and tutored students in the NC Learning Center.

Kenneth W. Wrench Memorial STEM Scholarship (1767)

Phyllis Wrench, wife of Kenneth and a faculty member of PHSC, founded this fund in memory of her husband.



Kiwanis Club of Dade City Scholarship (2080)

The Kiwanis Club of Dade City established this scholarship in 1990 to assist deserving PHSC students.

Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill Scholarship (1830)

The Kiwanis Club volunteers are changing the world through service to children and communities. Kiwanis members help shelter the homeless, feed the hungry, mentor the disadvantaged, and care for the sick. They develop youth as leaders, build playgrounds, raise funds for pediatric research, and much more. The Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill established this scholarship in 1991 to assist deserving PHSC students.

Kiwanis Club of the Brooksville Ridge Annual Scholarship (1788)

The Kiwanis Club of the Brooksville Ridge Annual Scholarship was established to assist PHSC students enrolled at the North Campus.

Kiwanis Club of Zephyrhills Scholarship (2920)

Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at a time.

Kiwanis Club of Zephyrhills/Jack Weidlich Scholarship (1589)

Mr. Jack Weidlich was a longtime member of the Kiwanis Club of Zephyrhills.

Kristine Smith Ullrich Scholarship (2580)

Kristine "Kris" Ullrich taught at Lacoochee Elementary School in Pasco County for 14 years. She had a natural empathy for students who seemed to have been shortchanged in life. Economically disadvantaged and learning-disabled children struck a special chord in Kristine. Upon her death, a group of teachers decided to establish an endowed scholarship in her name to benefit the alumni of Lacoochee Elementary.

L. C. Hawes, Sr., Methodist Church Scholarship (2060)

L.C. Hawes, Sr. lived in Dade City for more than 60 years and earned his living in the citrus business. He was a member of Dade City First United Methodist Church.

Land O' Lakes Board of Realtors Scholarship (1687)

The Land O' Lakes Board of Realtors Scholarship was established in 2003 to provide financial assistance to PHSC students who have a GPA of 3.0 or higher and demonstrate financial need.

Land O' Lakes Rotary Club Advanced Technology Scholarship (1750)

The Land O' Lakes-Wesley Chapel Rotary Club established the Land O' Lakes Rotary Club Advanced Technology Scholarship in 1994 to assist deserving PHSC students.

Law Enforcement Roundtable Scholarship (1622)

The Law Enforcement Roundtable was originally created to provide scholarships to high school seniors, enabling them to take introductory courses in law enforcement. The scholarship now benefits students entering law enforcement or police academy training.

Leadership Pasco Scholarship (1668)

The 2001 class of Leadership Pasco initiated the establishment of this scholarship. Leadership Pasco is designed to prepare potential leaders to meet the challenges facing Pasco County. The experience provides interaction with key decision-makers and experts, and an understanding of the forces that help shape the community.

Lee Ann Larmon Memorial Scholarship (1628)

Lee Ann Larmon was a well-known PHSC student who was studying to become an accountant. Her family and friends, and PHSC students established this scholarship in her memory.

Legal Assisting Scholarship (1665)

This scholarship was established in 2001 to provide financial assistance to students with a 3.0 GPA or higher that are pursing a degree in legal assisting.

Linda Bishop Tew Memorial (1758)

Linda Bishop Tew was PHSC's first Hernando County dual enrollment student and a graduate of both PHSC and USF. She began her career in law enforcement as served as a Pasco County probation and parole officer. She died unexpectedly in her sleep at the age of 46. Scholarship will support students in PHSC's law related programs.

Lisa von Borowsky Scholarship (1754)

She was a long-time gardener at the Chinsegut Manor House. She helped establish the Chinsegut Nature Center and a Hernando chapter of the Audubon Society. She was one of the state’s pioneering environmentalists and an accomplished naturalist. She died in 2001 at the age of 97.

Lois E. Trotter Fund (2650)

Milton O. Jones, Ph.D. was PHSC's first president. He served as president from 1972 until his retirement in 1994. He oversaw the construction of all three campuses and the Spring Hill Center, and also the establishment of PHSC Foundation. Dr. Jones has established three scholarships in honor of family members and friends. Lois E. Trotter was his maternal grandmother.

Lucy Morgan First Generation in College Scholarship (1556)

This scholarship was established to assist first generation in college PHSC students.

Mae A. Simpson Scholarship (2550)

Mae Simpson was involved with PHSC for many years, serving as a charter member of the Friends of the (West Campus Library) Museum. A Chicago native, Ms. Simpson moved to the area from Michigan in the late 1960s and was very active in many local organizations. She funded an annual scholarship at PHSC beginning in 1979.

Margaret Moore Johnston Scholarship (2420)

Dr. Frank M. Johnston and the Hernando County Medical Society endowed this scholarship in memory of Dr. Johnston's late wife, Margaret Moore Johnston, to benefit students pursuing entry-level positions in health occupations.

Marian G. Bailey Memorial Scholarship (1643)

Mr. Gregory J. Bailey established this scholarship in memory of his late wife, Marian. She enjoyed the arts, especially sewing, quilting and crafts.

Marion E. Kress Scholarship (1661)

Marion E. Kress was the chief nursing officer at Community Hospital of New Port Richey. Upon her retirement, the hospital staff created this scholarship in her honor.

Marion Steffey Schmidt Scholarship (1696)

Marion Steffey Schmidt was interested in helping Native American students with their higher education and wanted to establish a scholarship at PHSC. She lived in Dade City and was very involved in the local community. After her death, her family and friends honored her wishes by establishing an endowed scholarship in her name.

Marjorie "Mitzi" A. Sugg Memorial Scholarship (2960)

Marjorie Sugg was a dedicated PHSC staff member for nearly ten years and was a true educator in every sense of the word. She had an enormous gift for both teaching and caring for students. As an administrator, she brought with her a special advocacy role for the student population and rallied, often passionately, for the causes that she believed in.

Marjorie Kennedy Wilson Scholarship (2070)

Marjorie Kennedy Wilson rose through the ranks of Union Carbide Corporation to become the executive administrative asistant to the chairman of the board. This scholarship is intended for office systems technology students.

Mark and Helen St. Clair Scholarship (1593)

Helen St. Clair of New Port Richey became involved with PHSC through her sister-in-law, who was a member of the Friends of the (West Campus Library) Museum. Mrs. St. Clair epitomized gentility and Southern charm at its most down-to-earth. "I'm so happy that I could make the scholarship possible," she said before her death at the age of 89. She established the scholarship in her and her husband's name for students who are interested in education.

Marlowe Hernando Health Scholarship (1592)

The Hernando Education Foundation established this endowed fund in 1997 to provide scholarships to students pursing a degree in the health field.

Martha Sojourner Memorial Scholarship (1682)

Martha Sojourner was the Division Director of Health Programs at PHSC.

Mary E. Pearson Scholarship (1840)

The Mary E. Pearson Scholarship was established in 1991 to assist students attending PHSC with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Masaryktown Community Scholarship (2490)

The Masaryktown Town Council established this scholarship in 1990 to assist PHSC students that reside in Masaryktown.

Medical Center of Trinity Volunteers, Inc. Scholarship (2590)

The volunteers of Medical Center of Trinity devote more than 50,000 hours each year to patients, visitors and staff. The group established this scholarship using proceeds from their gift shop and other fundraisers to benefit students in the medical field.

Meghan E. Grey Endowed Scholarship Fund (2540)

The Rotary Club of New Port Richey established this scholarship in 1979 to assist students in vocational programs. In 2008 the club renamed the scholarship in memory of Meghan E. Grey.

Mike and Chris Oles Scholarship (1706)

This scholarship provides financial assistance to PHSC nursing students.

Ms. Anesta Boice Annual Scholarship (1778)

This scholarship was made possible by the Vinik Family Foundation and the Lightning Foundation, and is given in honor of Ms. Anesta Boice, who was recognized as a Community Hero by the two foundations.



Musunuru Family Scholarship (1763)

The Musunuru Family Scholarship fund was started during the PHSC 40th Anniversary celebration.



Myrtle "Chris" North, R.N. Scholarship (1686)

Myrtle "Chris" North graduated in 1940 as a registered nurse. She worked as a nurse for many years until she and her husband moved to New Port Richey and founded the North Funeral Home. She was an avid golfer, fisherman and camper.

NAIFA North Suncoast (2930)

NAIFA North Suncoast, Inc., established in 1981, is comprised of Suncoast area insurance and financial professionals from Clearwater to Inverness committed to excellence in our industry.

New Port Lincoln-Mercury Scholarship (1597)

This scholarship was established by Dennis Murphy, former member of the PHSC Foundation board of directors.

New Port Richey Noon Optimists Club Scholarship (2500)

Optimist clubs are made up of men and women who participate in activities dedicated to voluntary, constructive service to youth and community.

Nicholaas Verstraten Scholarship (1780)

The Nicholaas Verstraten Scholarship was established in 1994 to assist deserving PHSC students.

North Suncoast Chapter of the Florida Institute of CPA's Scholarship (1890)

The North Suncoast Chapter of the Florida Institute of CPA's is committed to the accountancy profession through education, training and community involvement. The members of this chapter provide outstanding service to public and private institutions as well as individuals.

Omar Ergle Memorial Scholarship (1625)

Ms. Mary Ellen Ergle established this scholarship in memory of Dr. Omar Ergle to assist deserving PHSC students.

Orange Blossom Classic Chevy Club Scholarship (2900)

Formed in 1982, the Orange Blossom Classic Chevy Club displayed classic cars at an annual car show on PHSC's West Campus in New Port Richey for many years. The club dissolved at the end of 1998.

Otto & Elaine Weitzenkorn Scholarship (1647)

Mr. and Mrs. Otto Weitzenkorn established the Otto & Elaine Weitzenkorn Scholarship in 1984.

Pam Lampert Memorial Scholarship (1694)

This scholarship was established in memory of Pam Lambert.

Pasco County Bar Association Memorial Scholarship (2430)

The Pasco County Bar Association established several endowed funds that were later merged into one. The scholarship honors respected attorneys and colleagues Donna Sumner Cox, Carol Jane Dudley and Timothy D. Hayes. Most of the funds were raised through an annual golf tournament.

Pasco County Medical Society Alliance Scholarship (2320)

The Pasco County Medical Society Alliance established this scholarship to support nursing students. The group raised the necessary funds for the scholarship through bake sales.

Pasco High Alumni Scholarship (2100)

In 1983 the Pasco High School “Class of 1943” contributed $1,200 to PHSC to establish an endowed scholarship. The fund was to support “Pasco High School alumni and direct descendents of alumni.” Each year at the annual “Reunion of the Decades,” the PHS reunion committee donates part of the proceeds from the reunion to the scholarship and also encourages alumni to contribute.

Pasco Regional Medical Center Auxiliary Susan Gail Riley Scholarship (1585)

The Pasco Regional Medical Center Auxiliary wanted to offer support for nursing students at PHSC. The group began contributing to the scholarship each year.

Pasco-Hernando Dental Hygiene (1910)

Dr. Philip Benjamin matching funds.

Patriot Bank Annual Scholarship (1739)

Patriot Bank is a customer-focused, locally-owned community bank. One of its main goals is to support the continued growth and development of the communities it serves. Patriot Bank recognizes the need for quality educational opportunities for local students. The bank established the scholarship to help students finance their education.

Paul Hlavac/Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Scholarship (1940)

This scholarship was established by the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church of Masaryktown in memory of Paul Hlavac, who had loyally served the city and the church.

Periodontal Health Center Annual Scholarship (1743)

Drs. Lieber and Stilley of the Periodontal Health Center of New Port Richey specialize in the treatment of gum disease and diagnose and treat oral pathology. They recognize the need for quality dental hygiene professionals in the local community and decided to establish an annual scholarship to assist students in PHSC's dental hygiene program.

Phi Beta Lambda Business Organization Scholarship (1621)

Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is a national, state and local organization for students interested in business. Members learn the value of competition on the district, state and national level. Members participate in leadership training, social, service and fundraising activities. PHSC's chapter of Phi Beta Lamba endowed this scholarship for students in the business field.

Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship (1635)

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is an international honor society. PTK members are guided by hallmarks of scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship. Members are also recognized at the graduation ceremony. To be eligible for membership a PHSC student must have completed at least 12 credit hours with a 3.25 GPA. PHSC's chapter of Phi Theta Kappa endowed this scholarship through student-raised funds.

Philip R. Bailey Memorial Scholarship (1610)

Philip R. Bailey was a beloved PHSC donor who endowed a scholarship in memory of his wife, Elizabeth Bailey. After Philip's death, his son established an endowment in his name.

PHSC North Campus Trees Scholarship (1586)

In 1983, approximately 50 acres of land at PHSC's North Campus in Brooksville was used to plant a large crop of pine trees.  Harvest revenue from the pine trees was utilized to establish the PHSC North Campus Trees Scholarship.



PHSC Performing Arts Center Volunteers Scholarship (1960)

Each year the PHSC Foundation sponsors a Performing Arts Series for the cultural and social enrichment of the community. Since its inception, a group of retired men and women from the local community have served as volunteers during each performance. The volunteers also give generously to the fund. The Performing Arts Series and the Performing Arts Center Volunteers Scholarship would not be possible without this amazing group of philanthropic citizens.

PHSC Tech Prep Scholarship (1800)

This scholarship assists students who have participated in a tech prep program and maintain a GPA of 2.0 or higher.

PHSC Tribute Scholarship (1632)

This scholarship was established in 1998 by PHSC staff and faculty.

Physicians' Memorial Scholarship (2790)

The staff of HCA New Port Richey Hospital, now Community Hospital of New Port Richey, established this endowment as a way to memorialize former physicians.

Pilot Club of Brooksville Scholarship (1710)

In 1990, the Pilot Club of Brooksville established this endowed scholarship. Contributions are made in honor and memory of the club's members and their loved ones.

Pilot Club of Zephyrhills Scholarship (1582)

The Pilot Club of Zephyrhills established this endowed fund in 1993 to provide scholarships to PHSC students.

Porter Family Scholarship Fund (1786)

This endowment was created for the Porter Family with proceeds from the Second Annual Bash at the Ranch honoring the Porter Family for their continued support and committment to PHSC.



R. Kay Anderson (1581)

The R. Kay Anderson scholarship was established in 1991 to provide scholarships to nursing students at PHSC.

Raynes-Parker Scholarship (1729)

Mrs. Judy Parker and her brother established this scholarship in memory of their father after his passing in 2008.

Regency Communities (1648)

The Regency Communities Scholarship was established in 1987 to provide assistance to PHSC students pursing a degree in business.

Regency Park Civic Association Scholarship (1719)

The Regency Park Civic Association Scholarship was established to provide scholarships to PHSC students who reside in the Regency Park subdivision.

Regional Healthcare Scholarship (2820)

The Regional Healthcare Scholarship was established in 1997 to provide scholarships to nursing students at PHSC.

Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point Annual Scholarship (1805)

This scholarship was established with proceeds from the 2015 Bash at the Ranch to support the financial needs of PHSC students.

Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point Physicians Memorial Scholarship (1642)

The staff of Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point established this scholarship as a way to memorialize former physicians.

Reverend James & Vienna Barnhardt Scholarship (2910)

Milton O. Jones, Ph.D. was PHSC's first president. He served as president from 1972 until his retirement in 1994. He oversaw the construction of all three campuses and the Spring Hill Center, and also the establishment of PHSC Foundation. Dr. Jones has established three scholarships in honor of family members and friends. Reverend James Barnhardt was a close friend of Dr. Jones' and made tremendous contributions to Dade City through the local Rotary Club.

Richard and Eileen Cooper Scholarship (2370)

Richard Cooper was the first president of the former Ellis Security Bank and the First National Bank of Hudson. He and his wife were fond of PHSC and contributed to their endowed scholarship over many years.

Richard Stanaback Memorial Scholarship (1654)

Richard Joseph Stanaback was one of PHSC's first faculty members and was a beloved professor for 28 years. He was a dedicated instructor who enjoyed teaching national and state history. The College honored Stanaback at the May 2000 commencement ceremony. Stanaback died a few weeks before after a long fight with cancer. After receiving a plaque on behalf of his father, Joseph Stanaback gave then PHSC president Robert Judson a $10,000 check to create a scholarship in his father's name.

Ridgewood High Athletic Boosters Club Scholarship (2640)

The Ridgewood High School Athletic Boosters Club created this scholarship in 1990 to assist PHSC students who attended Ridgewood High School and played on atleast one athletic team.

River Ridge Presbyterian Church Scholarship (1820)

River Ridge Presbyterian Church established this scholarship in 1992 to assist PHSC students. The recipient of this scholarship must be a member of River Ridge Presbyterian Church.

Robert D. Maeser Scholarship (2570)

Betty Cobb established this scholarship in memory of her son, Robert D. Maeser, who died while attending college and studying engineering. Her interest in PHSC began after touring the North Campus in Brooksville during the dedication of the library.

Robert Jordan Memorial Scholarship (1689)

This scholarship was established in memory of Robert Jordan.

Ron May Scholarship (1776)

This scholarship was established with proceeds from PHSC's 40th Anniversary Bash at the Ranch held on April 13, 2013.

Ron Oakley Annual Scholarship (1784)

This scholarship was established with proceeds from the 2nd Annual Bash at the Ranch.



Ronald Hinson Memorial Scholarship (1722)

Ronald Hinson graduated from Florida State University and served as a lieutenant in the US Navy. After his discharge, he received a master's degree from the University of Maryland and worked as a manager for the Container Corporation of America. He returned to Florida after his retirement to settle in Weeki Wachee. He was an avid volunteer in the local community.

Rosanne M. Weber Scholarship (1655)

Rosanne M. Weber was born on Long Island and moved with her family to Florida. At the age of 13 she was diagnosed with a rare brain condition that required many surgeries and procedures. In spite of her illness, she was determined to continue her education and maintained a happy and optimistic outlook. She was a student at PHSC, a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and College library volunteer.

Rose and Leonard Case Memorial Scholarship (1601)

Rose and Leonard Case were residents of Beacon Woods in New Port Richey, but were originally from New York. She was a buyer in a Long Island department store and he was an accountant who made his fortune in the stock market. Although Mr. Case had previously contributed to his alma mater, New York University, the couple decided to help local philanthropic organizations after they were established as Florida residents.

Rose Fund (2740)

As an advocate of education and youth initiatives in the local community, Ms. Rosanne Smithwick established this endowed scholarship in honor of her mother, Rose Manguso.

Rotary Club of Brooksville Scholarship (2280)

The mission of the Rotary Club of Brooksville is to serve the Object of Rotary International - to promote Fellowship, Humanitarian Service, Vocational Understanding, World Peace and Goodwill - by selecting and developing a community of business and professional leaders of high ethical standards.

Rotary Club of Dade City Scholarship (2130)

The Rotary Club of Dade City established this scholarship to assist PHSC students who attend the East campus.

Rotary Club of New Port Richey George Gunter Scholarship (2700)

Marion Gunter, along with the Rotary Club of New Port Richey established this scholarship in memory of her husband, George Gunter. She and her husband moved to Pasco County in 1962 from Michigan, as George was a native of Florida.

Rotary Club of New Port Richey Tech Prep Scholarship (1659)

The Rotary Club of New Port Richey established this scholarship in 2000 to provide scholarships to students who had participated in a tech prep program while in high school.

Rotary Club of Spring Hill Israel Kacanek Scholarship (1683)

Israel Kacanek was a Rotarian for more than 50 years, with a perfect attendance record. He was dedicated to the community, donating countless hours of his life to Rotary activities and other community projects. They have chosen to honor his memory with an endowed scholarship.

Rotary Club of Spring Hill Kevin Coit Scholarship (1684)

Kevin Coit was a longtime member of the Rotary Club of Spring Hill and was committed to the community. Mr. Coit was a pharmacist at Eckerd Drugs for seventeen years. He fought a courageous battle with cancer, and in his memory, the scholarship will benefit students in the medical field.

Rotary Club of Spring Hill Scholarship (1730)

This scholarship was established in 1995 to help students who demonstrate financial need.

Rotary Club of West Hernando Scholarship (2040)

This scholarship assists deserving PHSC students.

Rotary Club of Zephyrhills Daybreak Scholarship (1596)

The Rotary Club of Zephyrhills Daybreak established an endowed scholarship fund in 1993 to assist deserving PHSC students.

Rotary Club of Zephyrhills Scholarship (2620)

The Rotary Club of Zephyrhills established this endowed fund to assist PHSC students who are in good academic standing and demonstrate financial need.



Rotary Club of Zephyrhills Tech Prep Scholarship (1583)

The Rotary Club of Zephyrhills Tech Prep Scholarship was established by the Rotary Club of Zephyrhills in 1994 to assist students who had participated in the tech prep program.

Ruth and W. P. (Doc) Murphy Scholarship (2220)

The Ruth and W.P. (Doc) Murphy Scholarship was established to assist student leaders at PHSC.

Ruth J. Kavli Memorial Scholarship (1742)

The Ruth J. Kavli Memorial Scholarship was established in 2010 to provide scholarships to PHSC students in good academic standing that demonstrate financial need.

Samuel & Muirene Wilke Memorial Scholarship (1699)

The Samuel & Muirene Wilke Memorial Scholarship was established in 2004 to provide scholarships to deserving PHSC students.

Seven Springs Rotary Club Scholarship (1587)

The Seven Springs Rotary Club established this scholarship in 1996 to provide scholarships to PHSC students.

Seven Springs Rotary Club William (Bill) Van Sickle Memorial Scholarship (1678)

The Seven Springs Rotary Club established this scholarship in remembrance of Bill Van Sickle, a former rotarian who worked to raise money for students in vocational programs.

Sheriff Thomas A. Mylander Scholarship (1700)

In 1986, under Sheriff Thomas A. Mylander, the Hernando County Sheriff's Office established a Junior Deputy League program for Hernando County fifth graders. The program was designed to educate youth through classroom presentations given by a deputy, covering such topics as drugs, safety and consequences of crime. After the success of the program, members of the Junior Deputy League established a scholarship at PHSC.

Sherrie Reder Memorial Scholarship (1745)

Sherrie Reder was a License Practical Nurse enrolled in the ADN transition program at the North Campus. It was her dream to graduate from PHSC as a Registered Nurse. During her last semester she was diagnosed with terminal cancer. Ms. Reder was determined to achieve her dream and continued with her classes and clinicals through chemotherapy and radiation treatments. She graduated in May 2010 as a Registered Nurse. This scholarship was established to honor Ms. Reder for continuing on with her dream despite great obstacles.

Skanska Leadership Scholarship (1808)

This scholarship was established to assist those students who attended the 2015 Student Leadership Retreat.

SKANSKA USA Building Scholarship (1766)

The proceeds from the 2012 Black Diamond Golf Tournament helped establish this scholarship.



Skilled Health Services of Hernando Scholarship (2850)

Skilled Health Services operated several health care facilities in Pasco and Hernando counties. The company established two scholarships at PHSC, one for Pasco County residents and one for Hernando County residents, to benefit students in health programs.

Skilled Health Services of Pasco Scholarship (2840)

Skilled Health Services operated several health care facilities in Pasco and Hernando counties. The company established two scholarships at PHSC, one for Pasco County residents and one for Hernando County residents, to benefit students in health programs.

Spring Hill Art League Scholarship (1607)

The Spring Hill Art League established this endowed scholarship fund to provide scholarships to PHSC students pursing a degree in art.

Spring Hill Garden Club (1761)

The Spring Hill Garden Club's guiding mission is to inspire understanding, appreciation, and conservation of plants in gardens and natural areas, and to advance a sustainable relationship between people and nature.

Starnes Family Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2015 to assist deserving PHSC students.

Stephen M. Durrett, DMD Scholarship (1795)

This annual scholarship was established in 2015 to assist deserving PHSC students.

Stephen W. Stoehr Scholarship (1697)

Stephen W. Stoehr was a retired US Navy nuclear medicine technologist. After leaving the service, he decided to enter the nursing LPN program. He loved the nursing profession and all of the people he was able to help over the years.

Suncoast Sampler Scholarship (1930)

The Suncoast Sampler was PHSC Foundation's annual fundraising event for more than ten years. Held at Gulfview Square Mall, the Sampler was a popular community event featuring local restaurant "tastings" along with beverages, music, and prize drawings.

Suncoast Sampler Top Ten Scholarship (19301)

The Suncoast Sampler was PHSC Foundation's annual fundraising event for more than ten years. Held at Gulfview Square Mall, the Sampler was a popular community event featuring local restaurant "tastings" along with beverages, music, and prize drawings.



SunTrust Bank Scholarship (1775)

This scholarship was established with proceeds from PHSC's 40th Anniversary Bash at the Ranch held on April 13, 2013.

SunTrust Nancy Wilkes Scholarship (1608)

SunTrust Bank of the Nature Coast established an endowed scholarship in the name of Nancy Wilkes, chair of PHSC's District Board of Trustees and vice president of sales and marketing at SunTrust. "I am indeed honored," said Ms. Wilkes. "SunTrust's scholarship will benefit residents of our community for years to come, and I will certainly remain a friend of PHSC's for life."

Tampa Bay Downs Scholarship (2010)

For many years the Florida Downs & Turf Club, now Tampa Bay Downs, scheduled a day when the proceeds would benefit PHSC. Called "PHSC Charity Race Day," the event attracted many of the College's board members, faculty, staff and friends.

Tampa Bay Times Lucy Morgan Annual Scholarship (1738)

Lucy Morgan, PHSC class of 1975, was the first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize in the investigative reporting category. In the 1960s, as a divorced woman raising three children, she entered the non-traditional world of investigative reporting and made history. Morgan retired from her latest position as Tallahassee Bureau Chief for the St. Petersburg Times. She still serves as a contributing writer to the Times, and is a legend among journalists. Morgan recieved PHSC's Distinguished Alumni Award in 2009. The St. Petersburg Times established this annual scholarship to honor Morgan.

Tampa Bay Times Roy Bain Scholarship (1588)

Roy Bain was publisher of the Pasco, Citrus and Hernando Times and was a member of the PHSC Foundation Board of Directors for more than ten years. He was instrumental in securing funding, not only from the St. Petersburg Times, but from the local community, for the Performing Arts Series, The St. Petersburg Times Faculty Chair, and student scholarships.

Tampa Electric Company Scholarship (2150)

Tampa Electric Company is very supportive of PHSC. TECO executive Edward C. Blommel served as chair of the PHSC Foundation board of directors from 2005-2007.

Ted and Avis Phillips Endowed Scholarship (1769)

The Phillips family graciously offered the use of their private home to help raise funds for PHSC's 40th Anniversary.



Teresa Sturgill Memorial Scholarship (1693)

Teresa Sturgill was a Florida native, born in Miami. She was a successful real estate agent who served as president of the Hernando County Association of REALTORS, and was honored as REALTOR of the year. She achieved much success, even though she had a learning disability. She was an adventuresome person who enjoyed boating, camping and motorcycles, and even joined the State Alligator Hunt when the opportunity arose. Teresa, whose generosity was boundless, passed away after a long battle with cancer at the age of 55.



The Geraldine Bishop Second Chance Scholarship (1779)

The Geraldine Bishop Second Chance Scholarship was established by Geraldine Bishop in 2014.  This scholarship is intended for those students above the traditional age who are returning to school to obtain a college degree.  Candidates of this scholarship must demonstrate financial need and the desire and ability to overcome barriers in order to achieve their goals.



The Helen Ann Stumpf Scholarship (1792)

The Helen Ann Stumpf Scholarship was established in 2014 by PHSC employee, Patrice Koerper, to provide financial aid for tuition assistance to PHSC students.

The Next Step Scholarship (1787)

The Next Step Scholarship was established to assist PHSC students.



The Robert and Theresa Offi Radiography Scholarship (1793)

The Robert and Theresa Offi Radiography Scholarship was established in 2014 to provide financial assistance to students enrolled in the Radiography program.

The Shops at Wiregrass Scholarship (1785)

This annual scholarship was created through a sponsorship from the Shops at Wiregrass for the Second Annual Bash at the Ranch.



The Suncoast Health and Education Foundation Scholarship (1797)

The Suncoast Health and Education Foundation Scholarship was established in 2015 to assist first year PHSC students.

Thomas A. Plein Memorial (1759)

Thomas A. Plein of Oshkosh, Wisconsin established the Foundation in the 1980's to advance his family's philanthropic interests. The family owned 7-Up bottling plants and wanted to give back to the community. His nephew, Steve Plein of New Port Richey and TAP board member, was instrumental in facilitating the gift to support students at PHSC.

Toni Chukri Abou-Jaoude Memorial Scholarship (1764)

Mr. Daniel Abou-Jaoude established the Toni Chukri Abou-Jaoude Memorial Scholarship in 2012 in memory of his father.



Trio Plus Painting, Inc. Annual Scholarship (1806)

This scholarship was established with proceeds from the 2015 Bash at the Ranch to assist deserving PHSC students.

Voiture Locale 1576, 40/8 Scholarship (1790)

Voiture Locale 1576, 40/8 is the honor society of the American Legion organization formed after World War I in 1921. Only Legionnaire members are invited to join. The numbers in the name are based on the insignia on French boxcars that transported soldiers (40) or horses (8) during World War I. In 1955, the group recognized the shortage of nurses and began to provide financial assistance to students pursuing a nursing degree.

Vonnie Roberts Memorial Scholarship/Bayfront Health Dade City Volunteer Foundation Inc. (1751)

Vonnie Roberts was a dedicated nurse supervisor at Pasco Regional Medical Center, now Bayfront Health Dade City, who was killed by an estranged ex-husband. The money collected for this scholarship is in her honor.

W. A. & Aletha Jones Scholarship (2520)

Milton O. Jones, Ph.D. was PHSC's first president. He served as president from 1972 until his retirement in 1994. He oversaw the construction of all three campuses and the Spring Hill Center, and also the establishment of PHSC Foundation. Dr. Jones has established three scholarships in honor of family members and friends. Mr. and Mrs. W.A. and Aletha Jones were his parents.

Wells Fargo Scholarship (2020)

Wells Fargo bought out Wachovia and officially changed the name of the scholarship to Wells Fargo in December 2011.

Wesley Chapel Sunrise Rotary Club Charlie Moore Scholarship (2870)

Charlie Moore was instrumental in encouraging the Rotary Club to fund a scholarship at PHSC. He was very active in the club and was especially fond of the East Campus in Dade City. In 2005, after Moore's passing, the club decided to rename the scholarship in his memory.

West Pasco Chamber of Commerce Scholarship (2730)

West Pasco Chamber of Commerce established this scholarship in 1990 to assist deserving PHSC students.

West Pasco Chamber of Commerce Tech Prep Scholarship (1617)

The West Pasco Chamber of Commerce established this scholarship in 1999 to provide scholarships to students who had participated in a tech prep program in high school.

West Pasco Dental Association Scholarship (1301)

The PHSC Foundation and the West Pasco Dental Association orchestrated the effort to raise one quarter of a million dollars to create PHSC's Dental Hygiene Program, which ranks among the best in the nation.

West Pasco Sertoma Scholarship (1619)

The West Pasco Sertoma Scholarship, established by West Pasco Sertoma in 1987, provides scholarships to PHSC students who attend classes at the New Port Richey campus.



William and Madeline Carney Scholarship (2340)

Madeline Carney endowed this scholarship in memory of her husband, William Carney. She was very impressed with PHSC and wanted to help its students. When she died, she left the College $1 million in trust to assist needy students attending the West Campus in New Port Richey.

William and Madeline Carney Top Ten Scholarship (23401)

Madeline Carney endowed this scholarship in memory of her husband, William Carney. She was very impressed with PHSC and wanted to help its students. When she died, she left the College $1 million in trust to assist needy students attending the West Campus in New Port Richey.



William Ardeen North/Rotary Club of New Port Richey Scholarship (1646)

William Ardeen North, a former Rotarian, along with his wife, Myrtle "Chris" North, founded the North Funeral Home after moving to New Port Richey.



William F. and Barbara Moyse Memorial Scholarship (1676)

William Moyse, III and Ms. Alice Jeanne Moyse Shurtz established this scholarship in memory of their parents, William and Barbara Moyse. The scholarship gives preference to underserved local students who are first generation in college and whose families are reflective of those who have traditionally made their living doing seasonal farm work in East Pasco County.

Wiregrass Ranch, Inc. Annual Scholarship (1813)

This scholarship was established with proceeds from the 2015 Bash at the Ranch to assist PHSC students.

Withlacoochee Rockhounds Scholarship (1660)

Since 1974,the Withlacoochee Rockhounds have been devoted to fostering the interest and promoting the knowledge of minerals, gems, fossils, lapidary arts and earth science through regular meetings, informative programs and field trips. Since 1995 they have used the proceeds from their annual Gem, Mineral and Jewelry Show to fund the scholarship.

Woody Wynell Walls Memorial (2200)

Woody Wynell Walls was an occupational specialist for 19 years in the Pasco County school system. She began her long career in counseling in 1970 at Pasco High School. In 1974, she became one of Land O' Lakes High School's first staff members after it opened its doors to students. She counseled students there for more than 17 years.

Zephyrhills Elks Lodge No. 2731 Scholarship (1724)

This scholarship was established to assist PHSC nursing students.