Class of 1964 60th Class Reunion Gift

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In honor of our 60th reunion, we are asking you to contribute to the next generation of Norwich graduates by supporting one of the following funds. 

  • The Class of 1964 Scholarship
    • Established in 2015 by Lawrence Budnick ’64, this scholarship is awarded to students who are members of the Corps of Cadets and enrolled in an engineering program.
  • The Francis X. Brennan ’64 Scholarship
    • Established in 2019 by Maureen Brennan in memory of our classmate “Franny,” to be awarded annually to members of the Corps of Cadets who will commission in to one of the branches of the armed forces or enter public service.  Open to all majors, the student(s) must demonstrate financial need.
  • The John August Langerfeld ’64 Scholarship
    • Established in 2005 by John’s friends and classmates, this scholarship is offered to members of the Corps of Cadets pursuing Electrical Engineering majors.
  • The Luzzi Brothers Engineering Scholarship
    • Established in 2020 by Lawrence J. Budnick '64 in honor of John '63 and Jim '69 Luzzi, the scholarship is to be awarded to students in the Corps who demonstrate high financial need majoring in engineering.
  • The Mack Scholarship
    • Established in 1993 by Bob Mack, '64, to be awarded to a student of need within or entering the Corps of Cadets with a major in English or Business.
  • The Monsignor Edward J. Sutfin Scholarship
    • Established in1981 by Michael Krause '64 in memory of Monsignor Edward J. Sitfin, Dana Professor of Philosophy and University Chaplin. The scholarship is restricted to a cadet who demonstrated an abiding interest in philosophy, religion, and fine arts.
  • The James E. Tatko Scholarship
    • Established in 1984 by gifts from family, alumni, and friends in memory of James E. Tatko, Class of 1964. Funds are awarded to a senior member of the Corps with demonstrated need and who has a GPA of 2.0 or higher

  • The Norwich Fund
    • The Norwich Fund allows faculty and staff to place resources where the need is greatest, empowering them to provide the education and opportunities that create a college experience steeped in history, tradition, and values. 

  • The NU Women Kicking Glass Scholarship
    • Established in 20204 to mark the 50th anniversary of a significant milestone in Norwich University's history: the first women to live on the Northfield campus and the first to in the NU Corps of Cadets - a full two years before the federal service academies. In recognition of NU's trailblazing women, this scholarship is open to both Corps of Cadet and civilian students.

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