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Departmental Scholarships  

The department offers several scholarships to declared foreign language majors who intend to study abroad.

  The Hucks-Jones Endowed Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1988 by Mr. Herbert Hucks, Jr., Class of 1934, and his wife, Sarah Steele Jones Hucks, of Spartanburg, in memory of their fathers, Herbert Hucks, Class of 1911 and Edward Samuel Jones, Class of 1894. Scholarships from the fund are awarded to students majoring in a foreign language.

George C.S. Adams The George C.S. Adams Endowed Scholarship
The George Cotton Smith Adams Endowed Scholarship was established by his widow, Adaline Holaday Adams, and their sons, Charles Edward Adams and George Holaday Adams. The family's gift was received in memory of Dr. Adams, Chairman of the Department of Foreign Languages at Wofford from 1959 until his retirement in 1976. Awards from the fund are reserved for students of foreign languages.

 /uploadedImages/academics/foreignLanguages/Binovec001.jpgThe Paula I. Binovec Memorial Scholarship Fund 
The Paula I. Binovec Memorial Endowed Scholarship was established in 1994 by family members and friends in memory of Paula I. Binovec, Class of 1985. Awards from this scholarship fund are reserved for students pursuing foreign study travel opportunities.

 /uploadedImages/academics/foreignLanguages/SalmonJL.jpgThe Professor John L. Salmon Endowed Scholarship Fund 
The Professor John L. Salmon Endowed Scholarship was established in 1988 by family and friends of Dr. Salmon and his wife, Lynne. Mr. Salmon was a member of the department of foreign languages from 1921 to 1964. Awards from this fund are for students studying a foreign language.