Having Light, we will bridge the gap of financial need.
Bringing the cost of a Wittenberg education within closer reach for families is essential to our success in recruiting, enrolling, and retaining promising students who will thrive at Wittenberg and take advantage of all we have to offer. Private gifts make the education accessible, keep us competitive with our peers, and ensure that students have the financial support they need to complete their education at Wittenberg.
Named Endowed Scholarships - Endowed scholarships are the greatest tool we have to attract and enroll high achieving classes of diverse students. Named scholarships - such as the John C. Lobach Memorial Fund or the Class of 1979 Scholarship - pay special honor to a family legacy, or a specific passion, and exist in perpetuity, providing annual scholarship support to deserving students.
Concerned Black Students (CBS) Scholarship - Gifts to this scholarship fund can be applied to either a permanent endowment (CBS Scholarship Endowment) or the annual spendable fund (CBS Scholarship). Both provide financial aid to deserving African American students who have shown demonstrated need, with preference given to students who are active in the CBS organization.
Witt Opportunity Scholarship - support of this fund provides the opportunity for deserving students who might not be able to afford a college education, and gives the University maximum flexibility to help students: unrestricted scholarship donations go where they are most needed, at any given time.