Louise Cooperider Bowling Endowed Scholarship
A high school teacher, a world traveler, the owner of her own company: Louise Cooperider Bowling wore many hats. A member of the Class of '23, Mrs. Bowling taught geography, history and government at both the high school and college levels. The courses were well-matched to her interests. Mrs. Bowling began traveling the world at the age of eight and spent at least part of each year visiting foreign lands. Often she combined humanitarian work with her travels, such as providing earthquake relief in Guatemala in 1976. Mrs. Bowling kept in contact with Franklin College throughout her career and travels. She was an avid supporter of the College and established this scholarship to benefit young women.
Recipients of the Louise Cooperider Bowling Endowed Scholarship must be full-time students with a GPA of 3.0 or better. The recipients must be members of Delta Delta Delta sorority at Franklin College. The financial aid office and Delta Delta Delta sorority will select the recipients.