Executive Women International (ASIST)/Jean Bradford Memorial Scholarship: Established in 1996 by the Chattanooga Chapter of Executive Women International (ASIST) in memory of former member Jean (Mrs. James) Bradford, who at the time of her death in December 1995 was the administrative aide of Chancellor Frederick W. Obear, this award assists women, particularly displaced homemakers and single mothers, returning to school in order to enhance their career opportunities.
Falk, Traylor, and Davis (FTD) Minority Scholarship: Established in 1993 by Grover Davis, a former board member and alumnus of Chattanooga City College, in honor of Dr. Horace Traylor, president of Chattanooga City/Zion College at the time of the merger with UT and UC and the first minority graduate of UTC, and the late Mary Weidner Falk, one of the founders of Zion College, where she served as registrar and business manager. Preference for the award is given to minority students who accept a moral obligation to repay the award to the endowment.
Fincannon Scholarship: Established in 1984 by Al Fincannon, this scholarship is awarded upon the recommendation of the UTC Scholarship Committee with preference given to widowed or previously married women.
W. Max and Margaret Finley Scholarship: UC alumnus W. Max Finley and his wife Margaret established this fund in 1986 for the benefit of adult students entering or reentering college as full- or part-time students working toward either undergraduate or graduate degrees. Preference is given to single parents, female students, students with declared majors in business, and students from Hamilton County and the greater Chattanooga area, including Georgia and northeast Alabama.
Asa Van Frazier Memorial Scholarship: Established in 1993 by Pauline W. Frazier and William Frazier in memory of their husband and father, who spent 37 years in the teaching profession in Hamilton Country, and retired in 1975 as principal of Lakeside Elementary. Preference is given to students who are interested in teaching and who attend St. James A.M.E. Church.
Douglas Gumerman/Heil Trailer International Scholarship: Established in 1995 by the Heil Trailer Company in memory of their gifted salesman Doug Gumerman, this scholarship is for children of Heil Trailer Company employees.
Eleanor M. Hodges Scholarship: Established in 1988 by the president and secretary of Lawson Electric, Walter P. Hodges, in honor of his wife, Eleanor. The Hodgeses are parents of a 1978 UTC graduate. All other qualifications and considerations, including academic and financial, being equal, first consideration for this award is given to graduates of East Ridge High School.
Ida Mae "Dutch" Holland Scholarship: Originally begun by John H. "Hank" May and Josten's of Takoma Park, Md., in 1980, this scholarship was endowed in 1993 by members and friends of the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity Alumni Chapter in honor of the Zeta Phi Zeta Chapter housemother for 35 years. The award is given to active members of the UTC chapter based on scholarship and need.
John Earlon Kerr Scholarship: Established in 1959 with a bequest from Lillian Webb Kerr, longtime East Lake Grammar School teacher, in memory of her son, a student at Vanderbilt University at the time of his death in 1915.
Leba and Moses Lebovitz Scholarship: Established in 1989 by Moses Lebovitz, UC Class of '28, charter member of the UC Foundation, and chairman of the board of CBL, Inc., one of the largest developers of shopping centers in the United States, with preference given to Jewish students. Enhanced in 1994 to include extra provision for exchange of students between UTC and the University of Haifa, Israel.
Lookout Post 1289 Veterans of Foreign Wars Scholarship: Endowed in 1986 by the Lookout Post 1289, Veterans of Foreign Wars, this scholarship is intended primarily for veterans returning to school, students in the ROTC program, or students whose patriotism is strong.
Jack C. Marcellis Civil Engineering Scholarship: Established in 2003 by Nancy Wofford Marcellis in honor of her husband. Award is designated for a full time junior or senior with a minimum 3.0 GPA in the Civil Engineering Program.
Dr. Littleton H. Mason Memorial Scholarship: Established in 1989 by his widow, Ruth, and other friends in memory of Mason, assistant dean of students. Preference is given to minority students from low income families from Memphis.
Billy C. Perry, Jr., Memorial Scholarship: Established in 1990 by Billy Perry's fellow UTC cheerleading squad members and advisor Betty Tucker, this scholarship is given to entering freshmen who have been high school cheerleaders or team managers.
Sports Barn, Inc./Alex Guerry Memorial Scholarships: Established in 1991 by the stockholders and directors of the Sports Barn, Inc., to honor the founder and president of the Sports Barn, Inc., with preference given to students who are employees of the Sports Barn.
Mary Stanfill Home Economics 4-H Scholarship: Established in 1996 with a bequest from Ms. Stanfill, extension home economics agent in Centerville, TN, this award is given to home economics or human ecology majors at any of the UT campuses on the basis of academic achievement, leadership, and participation in 4-H Club activities and 4-H home economics projects.
Cerasi Temple Scholarship: Established in 2004 by Mike and Lynn Temple, a 1985 (B.S) and a 1988 (MBA) graduate of UTC, this award is designated for non-traditional students with a minimum 2.5 GPA, financial need, and who attended Hamilton County schools or lived in the Chattanooga area at least five years.
Wheland Foundry Environment Scholarship: Established in 1995 by Wheland Foundry for graduates of Chattanooga's Howard High School of Academics & Technology who major in environmental studies.