This scholarship was established in 2000 by Allan Glenn based upon his experience of support and assistance during his years as a student athletic trainer at the University. It also honors the memory of his father, Mr. Raymond Hagmeier, who devoted many years to officiating baseball at the University.
This scholarship is designed to provide an opportunity for an athletic training student to have a portion of his/her education funded. The recipent of this scholarship must be admitted to the AT Program and in good standing. The scholarship is awarded without regard to financial need, QPA, and county/state of residence. Three scholarships a year will be awarded (provided the funds are available) to be divided equally between the fall and spring semester. The scholarship is renewable as long as the student maintains good standing in the Athletic Training Program.
Applications are available for admitted students through ATrack in May of each year. Recipients will be notified by the Program Director.
Pictured left to right: back row (L-R), Mr. Allan Glenn and Jason Bittle; front row (L-R), Hillary Helms and Tashara Ardner
(2006-2007 award recipients)