A community of opportunity

As a Health & Human Performance student, you have three departmental scholarships to help fund your education. Visit the FLC Foundation & Departmental Scholarships page for more information, deadlines, and the application.

Athletes to End Alzheimer's

In honor of Stan Rabbe, a retired counselor at Durango High and Miller Middle schools, and others with Alzheimer’s disease, we offer this memorial scholarship to students whose life has been impacted by Alzheimer’s disease in some way. Award amount varies up to $1000.

Health & Human Performance Departmental Scholarship

The Health & Human Performance students, faculty, staff and alumni organize a 10K every year. The entrance fees fund the H&HP Departmental Scholarship. Scholarship recipients may receive a $500 or $1000 scholarship. Multiple scholarships may be awarded.

Joan Sanders Memorial Scholarship

Dr. Joan Sanders was a long-time faculty member in what is now the FLC Health & Human Performance department. She started the FLC Intramural Sports program. She passed away in 1996 after her retirement. This endowed scholarship of $500 has been developed in her name. One scholarship recipient will be selected.

Dr. Jo Ann Soignier Sport Administration Scholarship

Dr. Jo Ann Soignier was a long-time faculty member in what is now the FLC Health & Human Performance department and retired in 2008. She helped create the Sport Administration Option of the Health & Human Performance degree program and spent years supervising students in their Sport Administration practicum and internship experiences. As a 1984 graduate of Fort Lewis, Dr. Soignier created this $500 scholarship to give back to the institution where she spent much of her academic and professional careers. She hopes that this scholarship will promote interest and enthusiasm for the field of Sport Administration. One scholarship recipient will be selected.

Please visit the FLC Scholarships page for more information and to apply online.