The Betty J. Watson Scholarship was established to recognize and assist a worthy student in The College at Brockport Teacher Certification program in the Department of Education and Human Development who has demonstrated a commitment to, and potential for, excellence in the teaching profession.
The Class of 1953 Scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate student enrolled in one of the Teacher Certification Programs at the College. It is designed to recognize his/her commitment to, and potential for, excellence in a teaching career. The recipient must demonstrate significant involvement in the community and schools.
The Class of 1963 Scholarship was established by the Class of 1963 to assist a currently enrolled undergraduate student who demonstrates a commitment to, and potential for, excellence in the career of teaching.
The Dorothy E. Foster Award was established in 2000 by the Alpha Alpha Chapter, The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International. It honors the memory of Dr. Foster, associate professor of education emerita, who served at the College from 1946 to 1975. The award supports a second-year woman student preparing for a career in education.
The Ernest C. Hartwell Memorial Award honors Dr. Hartwell, president emeritus, who served the College from 1936 to 1944. It is given to an outstanding senior in elementary or secondary education who also has made a significant contribution to the College and student body through cocurricular activities.
The Marguerite Rock Ward Award was established in memory of Mrs. Edward J. Ward, longtime Brockport resident and friend of students, by her sister, Rose Rock of Belfast, and her Brockport friends. The award recognizes an outstanding undergraduate in the Elementary Teacher Certification Program whose activities at the College reflect a concern for the welfare of others at the College and Brockport.