Scholarship Purpose: The Judith Sancken Rothermel Physical Education Scholarship was established in 2013 in honor of Judy's parents, Paul and Edith (Harms) Sancken. Paul worked for Farm Service, Inc., and Edith graduated from Mennonite School of Nursing and worked as a nurse. Judy received her B.S. degree from Illinois State in 1972, majoring in health, physical education, and recreation. She also later earned masters degrees in physical education and educational administration elsewhere. Judy taught physical education and coached in Japan, Ohio, Iowa and Illinois until her 2012 retirement. She earned numerous awards during her career, one of her favorites being her varsity letter in 2003 for participating in field hockey, basketball, golf, and softball at Illinois State. This scholarship is for juniors majoring in physical education-teacher education in the School of Kinesiology and Recreation at Illinois State. Preference given to female students. The Judith Sancken Rothermel Physical Education Scholarship 512-6000 was established by Judith Rothermel in order to provide a scholarship for an undergraduate junior student majoring in the School of Kinesiology and Recreation, with preference given to those students who plan to teach K-12 physical education in the State of Illinois public school system.NOMAJOR NOLEVEL
High School GPA: There is no High School GPA requirement for this scholarship.
Essay: There is no essay required for this scholarship.
Application Deadline: No deadline has been specified.NODEADLINE
Financial Need: This scholarship requires a student to have a Financial Need to be eligible to receive the scholarship. In order to establish "Financial Need", a student must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You can file the FAFSA at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/.
This scholarship is not open to International Students.NOCOUNTY NOADDITIONAL_REQ
Fund Group: 3
Fund Type: 2
Fund Purpose: 15
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Fund Status: O
Scholarship Type: F
Survey Code: 08
For more information on applying to this scholarship, please visit the School of Kinesiology and Recreation website.