Thank you for your interest in supporting the Howard College of Arts and Sciences. Now more than ever, donations from alumni, corporations and friends are critical to sustaining the affordability and high quality of our academic programs while ensuring that we offer a rewarding student experience. No matter the size, your gift makes a difference and is greatly appreciated.
- Arts and Sciences Program Independent Research Fund
- Bioinformatics Department
- Biology Department
- Chemistry and Biochemistry Department
- Classics Department
- English Department
- Geography Department
- History Department
- Mathematics Department
- Philosophy Department
- Physics Department
- Political Science Department
- Psychology Department
- Religion Department
- Sociology Department
- World Languages and Cultures Department
Howard College of Arts and Sciences Diversity Scholarship
David Foreman Scholarship
G. Allan Yeoman's Scholarship Fund
This scholarship was established to honor the legacy of Dr. Allan Yeomans, the founding father of Communication Studies at Samford, to support students majoring in Communication Studies.
JMC Alumni Scholarship
This scholarship was established to provide support to students majoring in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Tony Hale Film Production Annual Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 2014 by Tony Hale '92, an Emmy-winning primetime actor. This scholarship supports students majoring in Journalism and Mass Communication or Theatre Film Production.
Jon and Marianne Clemmensen Journalism/Mass Communication Endowed Fund
This scholarship was established in 2005 to honor and remember Jon and Marianne Clemmensen. The scholarship supports upper level Journalism and Mass Communication students.
Timothy Sumner Robinson Scholarship Fund
This scholarship was established to provide funding for the speakers forum and participation of Samford students in a fellowship in partnership with The Washington Post.
George H. Smith Communication Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1998 to support students majoring in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Michael Gary Martin Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1986 in memory of Michael Gary Martin, and supports students following a Journalism and Mass Communication course of study with plans to enter some field of print journalism.