Klova Campbell was a single mother whose interest was special education. She received her M.Ed. from Drury in 1974. James Campbell established the scholarship in 2009 after Klova’s death. He funded the scholarship by purchasing and refurbishing classic cars and selling them. James’s stepson, William Davis, currently contributes to the scholarship fund. He is an Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics at Washington State University.
Applications for the 2019-2020 academic year are now closed.
The Klova Campbell annual Scholarship is awarded on the basis of merit, financial need and academic record. The scholarship of $1,000 will be applied to the spring semester. To qualify for the scholarship, a student must have applied and been admitted to either the Drury Alternative Track to Special Education program or the Masters in Education Special Education program. Additional consideration will be provided to applicants who are single mothers.
To receive the scholarship, a student must:
A student is eligible to receive this scholarship once during their program of study. The scholarship selection committee will collect and review the applicant’s current Drury University transcript when considering applications.