LSUA is pleased to announce the opening of the Howard and Eloise Mulder Scholarship for first-time freshmen attending in Fall 2022!
This full-ride scholarship is the most prestigious scholarship given to new students at LSUA. Learn more and how to apply below.
Howard and Eloise Mulder provided leadership to the Louisiana State University at Alexandria Foundation, having served on its Board of Directors since its establishment in 1993. They provided extensive gifts to LSUA students, faculty and staff through the LSUA Foundation. Mrs. Mulder passed away in 2004 and Mr. Mulder passed away in 2011.
As a part of the gift that Mr. and Mrs. Mulder provided to LSUA, an endowed scholarship for students has been established that is known as the Howard and Eloise Mulder Endowed Scholarship Fund at Louisiana State University of Alexandria. Students receiving the scholarship will be known as a Mulder Scholar.
This scholarship shall be rewarded to a first-time freshman student who has shown exceptional academic success with an overall 3.5 grade point average or better in high school. The recipient must be admitted to LSUA no later than February 15, 2021. This scholarship cannot be used for students pursuing a 100% online degree.
The award shall cover the full cost of a semester’s tuition, fees, books, and on-campus housing and meal plans incurred as a direct result of the recipient’s attendance at LSUA. This scholarship will pay any outstanding balance after applying state and federal free financial aid, not including loans.
Any interested, qualifying student must complete the application and submit to the Enrollment Management Office no later than February 1, 2022. In addition, the student must apply for admission to and receive acceptance to LSUA. The scholarship committee will review all applications submitted and select final candidates no later than February 15, 2022. Finalists will be invited to an on-campus interview with a selection committee on March 5, 2022.
The scholarship will be awarded for no more than 8 consecutive semesters (fall and spring) provided that the student has maintained a 3.5 cumulative grade point average for all course work taken. No awards will be made for the summer sessions.
The scholarship may be withdrawn for any of the following reasons:
Complete the application below and attach a typed, double-spaced 750-1000 word answer to the following question: