It's time to apply for those Mathematics Scholarships! Check out the Scholarships page to find out more information on the scholarships offered and how to apply.
The recipients for the following awards are chosen by the Mathematics Department and are presented at the Mathematics Department Scholarship Luncheon.
Milt Hoehn Mathematics Scholarship
Milt Hoehn, who retired from the SRJC Mathematics Department in 1984, was the second full-time mathematics instructor at SRJC. In honor of Milt and to continue his legacy, this award recognizes students with exceptional scholarship and creativity in mathematics.
Applications are closed for this year.
Robert Coombs Memorial Mathematics Scholarship
Bob Coombs, who retired from the SRJC Mathematics Department in 1988, was the third full-time mathematics instructor at SRJC. In honor of Bob, this award is given to an outstanding student who is transferring to a four-year college and who plans to become a teacher of mathematics.
Joseph Smyth Memorial Reentry Scholarship
Joe Smyth is a former member of the SRJC Mathematics Department who had a special interest in the student who had returned to school after a number of years, who was struggling with family and financial responsibilities, and yet was motivated enough to pursue a goal which required education. This award honors Joe by providing financial encouragement to a continuing student who is making progress towards an academic goal in spite of difficult circumstances.
Robert F. Agrella Scholarship
Robert Agrella, former Superintendent/President of SRJC, is also a former mathematics instructor. To honor his years of service to the college, this award recognizes an outstanding mathematics student who is transferring to a four-year institution.
Joseph E. Kinberg Memorial Scholarship
Joseph Kinberg was a professional in the aerospace industry with a degree in business administration who valued education and respected those who sought it. This award, established by his family, honors his memory by providing assistance to a continuing exceptional student having financial need and majoring in mathematics.