In addition to scholarships, many of which are listed in the University Catalog, there are a number of student awards provided by the University, academic departments, and programs. For additional information contact the department chair. This list is maintained by the DuPont-Ball Library.
The Algernon Sydney Sullivan Awards
Each year the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award is presented jointly by the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation and by the University to students whose personal example and influence throughout the campus best exemplify the noblest human qualities. This award is presented each year to the man and to the woman in the senior class who will go forth and typify to the world the finest values that Stetson nurtures.
The Etter McTeer Turner Award
The Turner Award, which honors Stetson’s first woman dean of students, was established by the family of former Stetson President J. Ollie Edmunds through their Gualala Foundation. It is awarded for outstanding academic performance, leadership and community service and is announced at Commencement each spring. Monetary award.
The Maris Prizes for Undergraduate Scholarship Day
The Maris Awards honor Gary Maris, former Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences. This award recognizes quality scholarship as demonstrated at the University’s Undergraduate Scholarship Day. Six monetary awards were presented in 2013.
Stetson Undergraduate Research Experience
One of the ways Stetson University fosters excellence in undergraduate programs is through the SURE program, or Stetson Undergraduate Research Experience. Each year undergraduate scholars are selected in a University-wide competition for grants to work with a faculty mentor on a summer research project. For more information on the program and the current grants, see http://www.stetson.edu/other/research/sure.php
Student Advocate for Social Justice Award
This award recognizes a Stetson University student for her or his radical commitment to social justice and effective leadership on behalf of progressive causes such as gender equity, cultural diversity, environmental sustainability, economic fairness, universal access to education and health care, global citizenship, free expression, and peace. Social justice is not charity: the recipient is recognized for the promotion of social justice for actively seeking to guarantee conditions which ensure sustenance, dignity, and self-determination. Monetary award. For more information, contact Committee Chair Dr. Michael A. Denner email@example.com
University Honors Program Awards
Contact the Honors Program Director Dr. Michael A. Denner firstname.lastname@example.org
College of Arts and Sciences
Africana Studies Program
The Africana Studies program offers three awards described below. Contact Dr. Susan Peppers-Bates email@example.com Phone: 386-822-7587
Africana Studies Essay Competition
The Africana Studies Program sponsors the Africana Studies Essay Competition. Monetary prizes are awarded for first, second, and third best essays. All undergraduate students currently enrolled at Stetson may enter the Africana Studies Program Essay Competition. To enter, each student must submit an essay written for the competition or for a class. All entries must be received by the deadline.
Outstanding Senior in Africana Studies
This award recognizes a senior for outstanding academic performance in Africana Studies with a monetary award. Students with senior standing at the beginning of the Fall term are eligible.
The Bright House Book Award – Africana Studies
Bright House Networks sponsors this award via the Africana Studies Program at Stetson University. Two students who declare a minor in Africana Studies or who already minor in Africana Studies will be awarded a book scholarship for the following academic year. The students will receive funds each semester to help with the purchase of books for any Stetson course.
Dian Christensen Award in American Studies
This award is for students who carry on the tradition of enthusiastic learning and joyful sharing that Dian exemplified and that she would have nurtured in her own students. In the recipient of this award, Dian’s legacy lives on. Monetary award.
“Dian Christensen (February 2, 1968 – April 4, 1991) graduated from Stetson University in 1990 as an American Studies major. She was completing her Master’s degree in Counseling and applying to graduate programs in American Studies at the time of her death in the spring of 1991. The faculty of the American Studies Department has established this award to honor her memory and to extend her influence to the generations of students whom she had hoped to teach. In her application for graduate school, Dian wrote, “The wealth of knowledge is limitless and I believe that no one can ever learn all that there is to know, but I do want to know more, to learn more, and to have the chance to share this knowledge.” Dian’s entire life, including her intellectual life, was characterized by a spirit of generosity. Every new fact that she learned, every new idea that she grasped became a gift that she shared joyfully with everyone around her. Her special love was for the broad and expansive questions that arise from the interdisciplinary method. For Dian, every lesson in history and culture was also a lesson in humanity and personal insight. She learned – and she taught – with her heart as well as her head.” Contact Dr. Paul Croce firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 386-822-7533
The department awards the Elizabeth Knight Sumner Purchase Award, Hamill Award (for outstanding senior art student), Quintessential Art of Business Purchase Award, The Louis and Elsie Freund Young Artist Award, Margaret Duncan Memorial Scholarship Award and at the annual juried student art competition, more than $4,000 in awards. Contact Dr. Gary Bolding email@example.com Phone: 386-822-7262
The biology department awards the Dorothy L. Fuller Award for Outstanding Senior and Outstanding Research Award. Qualified students also can be inducted into the Beta Beta Beta biology honorary society. Contact Dr. Kirsten Work firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 386-822-8176
Dorothy L. Fuller Award
Awarded to the outstanding senior. Dorothy Fuller was a longtime Stetson Faculty member, an outstanding teacher and the chair of the Biology Department. Monetary award. There may be multiple winners.
Outstanding Research Award
Given for outstanding research in biology. Monetary award. Not given every year.
The chemistry department presents awards each year to the outstanding students in general chemistry, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry and analytical chemistry, and also recognizes one outstanding graduating senior from the chemistry and biochemistry majors. Contact W. Tandy Grubbs email@example.com Phone: 386-822-8180
American Institute of Chemists Foundation Outstanding Senior Award – Chemistry
The award is a free student associate membership in AIC for one year and a certificate. Awarded to one outstanding senior.
Chemical Rubber Corporation Award for Achievement in Freshman Chemistry
For achievement in Freshman Chemistry. The award is a CRC Handbook of Physics and Chemistry. It is usually given to a first-year student who has taken the entire year’s chemistry sequence here at Stetson and has done outstanding work.
POLYED Award for Achievement in Organic Chemistry
An award for outstanding performance by an undergraduate chemistry major in the two-semester organic sequence offered by POLYED (National Information Center for Polymer Education). The award consists of a certificate.
Undergraduate Award in Analytical Chemistry
This award is presented to an outstanding student in the Analytical Chemistry course. The winner must have completed the third undergraduate year before the next fall and must be enrolled as a senior in the next academic year. The award is sponsored by the American Chemical Society, Division of Analytical Chemistry and consists of an eight-month subscription (October – May of the following year) to the journal Analytical Chemistry and an award certificate.
Undergraduate Award in Inorganic Chemistry
The Inorganic Chemistry award is presented to an outstanding chemistry/biochemistry major who has completed the Inorganic Chemistry course and who has future plans that include a career in chemistry. The award is sponsored by the American Chemical Society, Division of Inorganic Chemistry.
Communication & Media Studies
The department awards prizes to undergraduates including the Outstanding Senior in Communication Arts and the Josephine Field Davidson Award for Integrity in Journalism. Students also have the opportunity to be inducted into Lambda Pi Eta, a national honor society. Contact Michael McFarland firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 386-822-8960
James Campbell Wright Award for Excellence in Technical Theatre
Awarded each year by the Department of Communications and Theatre Arts for excellence in technical theater. Book award.
Josephine Field Davidson Award for Integrity in Journalism
Awarded each year by the Department of Communication Studies and Theatre Arts to the student displaying integrity in journalism. Monetary award.
Marjorie Forster Gilbert Award for Outstanding Student Performer
Awarded each year by the Department of Communication Studies and Theatre Arts to the outstanding student performer. Book award.
Outstanding Student in Economics
Awarded each year by the Economics Department. Monetary award. Contact Ranjini Thaver email@example.com Phone: 386-822-7573
English Department Award for Writing
C. Carter Colwell Award for Best Researched Essay
This award is given to the best researched essay written for an English course. To be eligible for this award, a student needs senior standing. Contact Lori Snook at firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 386-822-7721.
Academy of American Poets Student Poetry Prize
This award includes a cash award and a one-year membership to the Academy of American Poets.
Sullivan Awards in Creative Writing
- Creative non-fiction
- Play writing/Screen writing
The Sullivan Awards in Creative Writing are offered every spring for the best poem, play or screenplay, work of fiction, and piece of creative non-fiction. Monetary awards are provided by the Tim Sullivan Endowment for Writing. Contact Dr. Lori Snook email@example.com Phone: 386-822-7721.
Geography and Environmental Science
Students have the opportunity to join the honor society Gamma Theta Upsilon. The Gamma Theta Upsilon Excellence in Geography Award is available to outstanding geography majors in the department. The department also offers outstanding junior and senior awards. The highest honor bestowed by the department is the Rachel Carson Environmental Science Award, which honors a student who has achieved extraordinary academic success and has shown a passionate dedication to making our world a better place in which to live. Contact Dr. J. Anthony Abbott firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 386-822-7008
Annual awards include the Gilbert L. Lycan Outstanding Senior Award in History, the Gilbert L. Lycan Outstanding Junior Award in History, and the John Taylor Rhett Manuscript Award. Students also have the opportunity to join Phi Alpha Theta, a national honor society. Contact Dr. Eric Kurlander email@example.com Phone: 386-822-7578
The Evans Johnson Paper Prize for Phi Alpha Theta
The Evans Johnson Paper Prize, named for the esteemed professor of history, department chair, and renown raconteur who retired in 1997 after forty four years of service with the University, recognizes Stetson’s official delegate and presenter at the biennial National Conference of the Phi Alpha Theta History Honors Society. This person automatically receives the Malcolm Wynn Undergraduate Research/Travel Scholarship that year.
The Gilbert L. Lycan History Award – Outstanding Junior
Gilbert Lycan was a popular and well-respected professor of History at Stetson University from the 50s through the 70s who also wrote the first history of the University. An award was established in his name to honor the outstanding junior every year within the Department of History. The award carries a monetary award and an engraved plaque, and the recipient’s name is inscribed on the permanent plaque on display in Elizabeth Hall.
The Gilbert L. Lycan History Award – Outstanding Senior
Gilbert Lycan was a popular and well-respected professor of History at Stetson University from the 50s through the 70s who also wrote the first history of the university. An award was established in his name to honor the outstanding senior every year within the Department of History. The award carries a monetary award and an engraved plaque, and the recipient’s name is inscribed on the permanent plaque on display in Elizabeth Hall.
The Colonel John Taylor Rhett History Manuscript Award
The Colonel John Taylor Rhett award is presented annually for the best research manuscript submitted to the Department of History. The award carries a monetary award and an engraved plaque, and the recipient’s name is inscribed on the permanent plaque on display in Elizabeth Hall.
The Malcolm Wynn Undergraduate Research/Travel Scholarship
The purpose of the Malcolm Wynn Undergraduate Research/Travel Scholarship, named for the esteemed professor of History at Stetson University who retired in the 90s after thirty years of service with the University, is to provide research/travel funds for History and Political Science undergraduate students. These awards assist with expenses for undergraduate students to present their research at conferences across the country.
Contact Dr. Joseph P. Witek firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 386-822-7728
The Karen Haas Award in the Humanities
Awarded in recognition of exceptional creativity, originality and insight demonstrated in the Humanities Division. Monetary award.
Outstanding Junior in Humanities
Outstanding Senior in Humanities
The Harry L. Taylor Prize in Humanities
Monetary award awarded for the best essay in an open competition.
Integrative Health Science
Scholarship & Service Award
The department awards a Scholarship and Service Award to the best all-around student with the highest GPA. Contact Dr. Laura H. Gunn email@example.com Phone: 386-822-8121
Scholarship & Service Award
Each year the sport management department awards it most accomplished students with the prestigious Sport Management Scholarship and Service Award. Contact Dr. Matthew Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 386-822-8105
Latin American Studies
The Robert L. Smith Award for Outstanding Student in Latin American Studies
Awarded annually by the Latin American Studies Program in honor of Professor Emeritus Robert L. Smith. Contact Dr. Robert K. Sitler email@example.com Phone: 386-822-7281.
Ashcraft Award in Mathematics
The Ashcraft Award is a cash prize that honors two outstanding juniors in the mathematics department.
Modern Languages and Literatures
The Dr. Iliana Mankin Award for Most Outstanding Modern Languages Student
The prize honors the late Dr. Iliana Mankin who taught Spanish language and literatures for fifteen years prior to her death in 2008.
Excellence in Modern Languages and Literatures – French
Awarded to the outstanding junior and/or senior in French.
Excellence in Modern Languages and Literatures – German
Awarded to the outstanding junior and/or senior in German.
Excellence in Modern Languages and Literatures – Spanish
The Spanish section of the Department of Modern Languages usually awards up to three juniors or seniors at Honors Convocation with copies of the Larousse Spanish-English Dictionary. Contact Dr. Nancy Vosburg firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 386-822-7278.
The university awards three Lawson Scholarships annually to students of unusual ability, academic achievement and commitment to principled citizenship. This award can be renewed up to four years. Preference is given to students intending to major in philosophy and/or related field within the humanities.
Ronald L. & Margaret Smith Hall Philosophy Award
Established in 2001 by Professor of Philosophy Ron Hall and his wife Maggi is a $1000 award to honor and recognize the most outstanding graduating senior in the Department of Philosophy. Given at the annual Honors Convocation each spring, a recipient is chosen on the basis of grade point average, quality of senior thesis, and intention to continue philosophical studies at the graduate level. In addition to its monetary component, the recipient has his or her name engraved on a plaque listing previous winners. The plaque is displayed on a wall outside the Philosophy Department offices. Contact Dr. Ronald L. Hall email@example.com Phone: 386-822-7584.
George L. Jenkins Prize in Physics
George Jenkins was Chair of the Physics Department at Stetson for more than 20 years. His guiding hand influenced the Department with his high academic standards and his love of physics. The George L. Jenkins Prize is funded by the Jenkins family and it is awarded annually to the top student in University Physics. Occasionally, the prize is shared, if the top spot is shared and there is no clear winner. Monetary award.
The Jack Gibson Endowed Physics Research Award
The Jack Gibson Endowed Physics Research Award is presented annually to the student who demonstrates excellence in the senior research sequence. This award was established in 2008 by Physics Department alumnus Jack Gibson. Contact Dr. Kevin Riggs firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 386-822-8914.
T. Wayne Bailey Award for Outstanding Senior Research in Political Science
The Political Science Department gives a prize in the Spring semester for the most well-written, original, theoretical, and best-researched Senior Research paper. Monetary award and certificate.
William Amory Underhill Award
This award is named after a beloved Stetson Alumnus who was one of the most admired lobbyists in Washington, D.C. for many years. Mr. Underhill worked tirelessly in a public service career that benefited the people of Florida. This Award in his honor recognizes the student who has most demonstrated the discipline, integrity, and desire to pursue a successful career in the public service. Contact Dr. William Nylen email@example.com Phone: 386-822-7577.
Psychology Award for Excellence in Research
Open to all Psychology majors, this prize goes to a student who has designed, executed, and presented the best research project.
Outstanding Seniors in Psychology
The department grants awards for Outstanding Seniors in Psychology.
Students have the opportunity to join Psi Chi, the international honorary society in Psychology. Contact Dr. Christopher Ferguson firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 386-822-7288.
Sam R. Marks Prize in Religion
The Department of Religious Studies awards the best research papers in biblical studies submitted for the Sam R. Marks Prize in Religion competition. This award was established by the late Sam R. Marks to encourage serious study of biblical literature. The competition is open to students in any major who have completed at least three hours in religious studies. Awards are usually granted to the top two papers, with the monetary award based on first or second place.
Outstanding Junior and Senior in Religious Studies
Every year the Religious Studies Department faculty honors one or more seniors and juniors as Outstanding Senior and Outstanding Junior. This award is given to students who are recognized for their diligence, hard work and stellar achievements as majors in the Department of Religious Studies. Contact Dr. Mitchell Reddish email@example.com Phone: 386-822-8930.
The Zenkovsky Prize for the Outstanding Student of Russian Language
Funded by the widow of the late Russian Studies professor and founder of Stetson’s Russian Studies Program, Dr. Sergei Zenkovsky, this prize is awarded annually to the outstanding student of Russian language. Contact Dr. Eugene Huskey firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 386-822-7576.
Sociology and Anthropology
The Durkheim Prize for Research Excellence in Sociology
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology grants this award for a truly outstanding senior research thesis, and it is not awarded every year. The award includes a monetary prize, a student membership to the American Sociological Association, and the student’s name on a plaque. The award is voted on by faculty members in the department.
The Joel Stanton Wright Sociology and Anthropology Senior Thesis Award for the Best Senior Research Project
The faculty in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology vote each year, based on the student’s senior research thesis. The award includes the student’s name on a plaque. Contact Diana Smith, Administrative Assistant, email@example.com Phone: 386-822-7240.
Dorothy Ball Greenlaw Scholarship – Teacher Education
The Department of Teacher Education presents this award to an elementary education major in the senior year. The recipient must exhibit the qualities of compassion and caring. Recipient will receive a monetary award and his/her name will be engraved on the Dorothy Ball Greenlaw plaque in Davis Hall.
Edward B. Henderson Award – Teacher Education
This award recognizes the most outstanding graduating senior in the Department of Teacher Education who plans to continue his/her studies at the graduate level in the State of Florida. This award can go to a student who graduated in December or will be graduating in May. The award winner will receive a monetary award, and his/her name will be engraved on the Henderson plaque in Davis Hall.
J. Norman & Lena B. Hobbs Award – Teacher Education
The Department of Teacher Education presents this award to recognize a student as the outstanding rising senior. There is a monetary award to be applied to tuition for the next year. This can be a student who will intern in the next fall or spring semester. The recipient’s name will be engraved on the Hobbs plaque in Davis Hall.
Kappa Delta Pi Scholarship – Teacher Education
This award in the Department of Teacher Education recognizes a student in the department who has demonstrated outstanding scholarship and service. The recipient is presented with a monetary award, and his/her name will be engraved on the Kappa Delta Pi plaque in Davis Hall.
M. Jean Greenlaw Endowed Scholarship – Teacher Education
This award in the Department of Teacher Education recognizes an elementary education senior or rising senior who exhibits qualities of leadership and has a passion for teaching. The recipient will receive a monetary award and his/her name will be engraved on the M. Jean Greenlaw plaque in Davis Hall.
R. L. Carter Secondary Education Award – Teacher Education
This award in the Department of Teacher Education recognizes the most outstanding intern in the secondary schools. The recipient will receive a monetary award and a personal plaque, and his/her name will be engraved on the Carter plaque in Davis Hall.
Ray V. Sowers Elementary Education Award
This award in the Department of Teacher Education recognizes the most outstanding graduate in elementary education. It is named for Dr. Ray V. Sowers, long-time professor in the Department of Teacher Education and known state-wide for his work. The recipient receives a biography of Dr. Sowers, monetary award, and a personal plaque, and his/ her name will be engraved on the Sowers plaque in Davis Hall.
Several scholarship opportunities are also available to students:
The Ruth Cobb Arnold Scholarship recognizes rising seniors who are interested in Exceptional Student Education and who demonstrate excellence in teaching and Christian values in everyday living.
Jack Schoep Endowed Scholarship is for junior and senior students in the College of Arts & Sciences. First preference is given to Florida residents who are majors in elementary education, followed by majors in general education.
Jean K. Morris Endowed Scholarship is to provide financial assistance to female students majoring in teacher education.
R. Camille Dorman Endowed Scholarship provides assistance to students majoring in the Department of Education.
The Florida Fund for Minority Teachers, Inc. (F.F.M.T.) administers the Minority Teacher Education Scholarship (M.T.E.S.) program, which is awarded to minority students wishing to become teachers in Florida’s public school system.
The Harry E. and Faustene T. Gaylord Endowed Scholarship Program provides scholarships for students who work with learning-disabled students. Preference is given to students in the graduate program in exceptional student education.
Ann Morris Essay & Creative Writing Awards
Named in honor of the first Women and Gender Studies Coordinator at Stetson University, the Ann Morris Essay and Creative Writing awards are presented to undergraduates who submit the best writing in the categories of poetry, analytical writing, creative fiction and literary analysis.
June Brooks Memorial Award for Community Activism
This award was established by the Women and Gender Studies Program and is given to a student in good academic standing who best exemplifies the activism on behalf of causes related to gender, race, class or sexuality.
Outstanding Senior Award
Contact Elisabeth Poeter firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 386-822-7280
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
The department awards the Business School Foundation Merit Award for Business Administration. Undergraduate students also have the opportunity to join the honor society Alpha Kappa Psi.
Decision and Information Sciences
Accenture Scholar Award
Business School Foundation Kenneth Jackson Award For Decision Science
Business School Foundation Merit Award For Management Information Systems
Business School Foundation Merit Award For General Business
Contact Dr. Amiri email@example.com Phone: 386-822-7209.
The finance department and the Roland George Investments Program award the
School of Business Foundation Eugene M. Lynn Merit Award for Finance,
Roland George Investments Program Merit Scholars,
Financial Executives International Distinguished Student Award and two
Financial Executives International scholarships.
Contact Dr. Christopher Tobler firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 386-822-7494.
Business School Foundation Merit Award For Family Business
E.C. Furlong Award for Outstanding Achievement in Management
Monique Forte Outstanding Management Student Award.
Management majors in the top 10 percent of the junior and senior class can stand for induction into Beta Gamma Sigma.
Contact Dr. Nicholas Maddox email@example.com Phone: 386-822-7435.
American Marketing Association Future Marketing Leader Award,Marketing Research Award, Marketing Ethics and Social Responsibility Award
Marketing C/A/S/E Award
Outstanding Marketing Senior Award
Contact Dr. Michelle DeMoss firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 386-822-7393
M. E. Rinker, Sr. Institute of Taxation And Accountancy Awards
Business School Foundation Accounting Tutor Award
Business School Foundation Merit Award For Business Law
Business School Foundation David M. Beights Merit Award For Accounting
Federation Of Schools Of Accountancy Student Award
Florida Institute Of CPAs Accounting Awards
Florida Institute of CPAs Educational Foundation, Inc. Award
FICPA Robert Harris Award
FICPA George Shierling Platinum Endowment Award
George Putnam Accounting Award
Master Family Trust Awards (5 awards)
The Thomas R. Horton Award in Business
J.Stephen and Marybeth Pullum Scholarship Award Beta Alpha Psi Scholarship Awards (multiple awards)
Contact Dr. Michael Bitter email@example.com Phone: 386-822-7422.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Each year Juniors and Seniors are eligible to audition in the Concerto Competition. Two winners will be named and will be programmed to perform as soloist with the University Symphony Orchestra during one of their regularly scheduled concerts during the year.
Harold Giffin Vocal Scholarship
The Presser Scholarship Award, made possible through a gift from the Presser Foundation, is presented to the outstanding rising senior in the School of Music, chosen by the faculty.
The Presser Scholarship Award, made possible through a gift from the Presser Foundation, is presented to the outstanding rising senior in the School of Music, chosen by the faculty.
Stetson Society of Composers Annual Composition Contest
Each year the most outstanding compositions during the year are selected on the basis of competitive auditions.
Students can also join the international music fraternities Sigma Alpha Iota (women) and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia (men). Contact Dean Thomas G. Masse firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 386-822-8960.
The duPont-Ball Library Evans C. Johnson Research Prize
The Evans C. Johnson Research Prize is awarded each spring to a student whose EH 121 research paper from the previous calendar year shows thorough, effective, creative, and ethical uses of the library and research resources. The winner receives a plaque donated by R. Neil Scott and a monetary award. The monetary award is given by his family in memory of Dr. Evans C. Johnson, Stetson University Professor of History 1953-1997. Dr. Johnson required students to illustrate effective use of research resources in papers for his courses, and this award is designed to reward such scholarship. For more information, see: http://www.stetson.edu/library/prize.php.
The duPont-Ball Library R. Neil Scott Research Prize
The R. Neil Scott Research Prize is awarded each spring to a student whose EH121 research paper from the previous calendar year shows thorough, effective, creative, and ethical uses of the library and research resources. Preference is given to a paper in the field of business or economics. The winner receives a plaque and a monetary award, both donated by Mr. Scott. Neil Scott is currently a librarian at Middle Tennessee State University who served on the library faculty in the 1980s and also earned his MBA at Stetson. For more information, see: http://www.stetson.edu/library/prize.php.
Wendell N. Jarrard, Sr. Award for Excellence
Contact Jeff Altier, Director of Athletics email@example.com Phone: 386-822-7157.