Scholarship categories are listed below. The color-coded icons below make it easy to scan the page to find scholarships of a particular interest.

ARG Employee Scholarship

The ARG Employees Scholarship Fund was established by the ARG Employees Scholarship Committee in recognition of the hard work and determination demonstrated by its many employees, Leadership Team and owner. ARG will support the scholarship from proceeds raised through the annual ARG Golf Tournament  and/or any other fund-raisers established for this purpose.

Amount: Approximately $500, determined annually

Eligibility: ARG employees’ children, grandchildren or legal dependents

Category: General

  • Graduating senior and anyone enrolled in a post-secondary program

Inez Bull Piano Scholarship

Dr. Inez Stewart Bull was a woman of many interests and talents. Chief among her passions were music, music education and Norwegian-American relations, revolving primarily around her
distant cousin, the world-famous violinist Ole Bull.

Amount: Approximately $2,000, determined annually

Deadline: High School: check with guidance office for date, generally due mid-March. Non-traditional students: follow instructions below.

Category: Piano, Music

  • Graduate from Potter, Tioga, Elk, McKean, Cameron, Clinton Counties
  • Must be pursuing a degree in music field from any accredited college with a music department.
  • Preference given to piano majors, but other music majors will be eligible.
  • Financial need is important criteria

Ole Bull Violin Scholarship

Dr. Inez Stewart Bull was a woman of many interests and talents. Chief among her passions were music, music education and Norwegian-American relations, revolving primarily around her distant cousin, the world-famous violinist Ole Bull.

Amount: Approximately $2,000, determined annually

Eligibility: Potter, Tioga, Elk, McKean, Cameron, Clinton Counties. Graduating seniors and non-traditional students.

Category: Violin, Music

  • Graduate from Potter, Tioga, Elk, McKean, Cameron, Clinton Counties
  • Must be pursuing a degree in music field from any accredited college with a music department.
  • Preference given to violin majors, but other music majors will be eligible.
  • Financial need is important criteria

Joe Stanko Memorial Scholarship