2020 Scholarships

Donald D. Gehring Academy Scholarships

ASCA and the Raymond Goldstone ASCA Foundation are excited to announce applications

for scholarships to the Donald D. Gehring Academy are now open.

ALL applications must be submitted by MARCH 16th! 

Tamara Greenfield King Equity & Inclusion Scholarship

The Tamara Greenfield King Equity & Inclusion Scholarship is a monetary grant to be used toward registration costs to attend the ASCA Gehring Academy. The Equity & Inclusion Scholarship was established to increase diversity through the recruitment of conduct professionals from diverse backgrounds and experiences.  The scholarship provides financial assistance to underrepresented students and professionals who play active roles in student conduct processes in higher education.


ASCA will be providing two (2) diversity scholarships to the Donald D. Gehring Academy in Minneapolis, MN. from July 23-27, 2020.


Recipients of the Diversity Scholarship must agree to the following:
    • • Attend the 2020 ASCA Gehring Academy in Minneapolis, Minnesota in its entirety. 
    • • Actively serve on the ASCA Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Committee ("Committee) during the year following attendance at the Gehring Academy.
    • • Volunteer to assist the Committee with at least one diversity-related program.

To access the application, please click here.

Raymond Goldstone ASCA Foundation Scholarships

In 2020, The Raymond Goldstone ASCA Foundation is sponsoring three monetary grants to assist successful applicants attend the ASCA Donald D. Gehring Academy to be held in Minneapolis, MN. from July 23-27, 2020.


Included among these three scholarships is the prestigious Mary Beth Mackin Scholarship.


Each of the scholarships provides a monetary grant in the amount of $1,000 to be used primarily to cover registration costs to attend the Academy.  The balance of the funds may be used to assist a recipient with the cost of travel, lodging, and meals in connection with attending the Academy.


The principal purpose of these scholarships is to advance the professional development of colleagues with new primary student conduct responsibilities.  Although not applicable to the Mary Beth Mackin Scholarship, the other grants are available to support those who are attending the Academy for the first time.


In addition to meeting the above criteria, successful applicants will be selected by Foundation Board members based on: evidence of demonstrated student conduct interest and experience to date; ability to articulate present and future goals related to student conduct practice; commitment to present and future involvement in ASCA; and a clear ability to secure necessary supplemental funding to support attendance.


Applicants must be first time attendees to the Academy. In addition to your application, you will need a letter of support from a student conduct or student affairs professional and a copy of your resume which should be uploaded at the end of this application. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

To access the application, please click here.