Canton-Alliance Ceramic Book Scholarship

The American Ceramic Society is an organization that exists "to advance the study, understanding, and use of ceramics and related materials, for the benefit of its members and society." The Canton-Alliance Section of the society was located in the Canton-Alliance area of Ohio. The section disbanded in 2007, and the organization's remaining funds were donated to Hocking College to create a book scholarship for students studying Industrial Ceramics. Awards are based on an application process administered by the lead faculty of the program.

M. Laird and Charisann Froberg Scholarship

M. Laird and Charisann Froberg were long-time supporters of the Hocking College Industrial Ceramics program. They were honored in 1980 during the college's commencement ceremonies for their contributions. Laird was employed for 35 years by Owens/Corning Fiberglass Corporation and held 23 patents in the glass fiber and glass furnace area.

The scholarship fund was established to assist with educational expenses for students studying Industrial Ceramics at Hocking College and recipients are chosen based on academic performance, potential contribution to the local economy and financial need.

Logan-Holl Foundation Ceramics Scholarship/Equipment

Each year, the college receives a donation from the Logan-Holl Foundation of Logan, Ohio. Funds are used for scholarships for deserving students in the Industrial Ceramics program, as well as for equipment purchases for the program, as determined by the lead faculty.

The Logan-Holl Foundation is a charitable organization that was formed by the Holl family that operates Logan Clay Products. The organization is known for providing academic scholarships to students and grants to various community organizations.

Logan-Holl Foundation Logan Campus Fund

The Logan-Holl Foundation is a charitable organization that was formed by the Holl family that operates Logan Clay Products in Logan, Ohio. The organization is known for providing academic scholarships to students and grants to various community organizations.

Each year, the Foundation provides funding in support of Hocking College's Logan Campus. Funds are used for scholarships and for other projects benefiting the Logan Campus.

Rice Ceramic Scholarship

The Rice Ceramic Scholarship was established in the 1980s by Don and Dorothy Rice after Don retired from Davis Refractories in Oak Hill and Jackson, Ohio. Don has been on the advisory committee for the Ceramics Engineering/Industrial Ceramics Engineering Technology program since it was created in the late 1960s. He has been a dedicated supporter of the program and has attended almost all of the meetings of the committee, as well as serving on various curriculum planning sessions.

Every December, the Rice's donate $1,000 to benefit students in the Industrial Ceramics program. Awards are made at the discretion of the lead faculty of the program.

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