Romilly Jean Cassida Memorial Scholarship

The salutatorian of Hancock High School’s Class of 1962, the late Romilly Cassida graduated with distinction from UMM in 1966 with majors in studio art and psychology. After a long, successful career with Prudential, she retired in 1998 and built her dream home on Whidbey Island in Washington state. An artist and sculptor, she was widely read and enjoyed lively discussions, landscaping, gardening, interesting travels, and working on her home. This scholarship supports new and transfer students with academic promise.

Student Academic Level

First Year Student
Transfer Student

How do I get it?

• No Application Required
• Renewable

Type of Aid