Overview

The Harry and Reba Huge Foundation offers several scholarship opportunities to students with the drive and desire to succeed. A distinctive feature of the Huge Scholarships is that recipients not only receive financial support to help cover their educational costs but also unparalleled personal attention, guidance,

and mentoring from the Huge family, the Foundation’s Board of Directors, and the staff. Through these various forms of support and assistance, Huge scholars have the opportunity to bridge their home culture and experiences with different people and cultures across the United States and around the world.

Nebraska Wesleyan University Scholarships

Annually, The Harry and Reba Huge Foundation awards two full scholarships to the nation’s top applicants planning to attend Nebraska Wesleyan University. Located in Nebraska’s capital city of Lincoln, a vibrant, cultural center of 255,000 people, Nebraska Wesleyan University is a private, liberal arts university and is home to approximately 1,600 undergraduate and 250 graduate students. Consistently ranked among the top 10 schools in all divisions for its number of Academic All-Americans, the University is also one of the nation’s leaders in producing Fulbright Scholarship winners.

Full Scholarship

to NWU for four years

Two scholarship recipients are awarded this scholarship to cover the cost of tuition, fees, room and board, and other education-related expenses as agreed upon by the Foundation and recipient.

Learn more about the Huge-NWU Scholarship.

College of Charleston Scholarships

The Harry and Reba Huge Foundation funds full scholarships to the nation’s top applicants to The College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina. With a rich 300 year history, Charleston today is America's most beautifully preserved architectural and historical treasure. As the 13th oldest institution of higher learning in the country, the College of Charleston (CofC) is a public university with over 11,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The College has 6 academic schools in addition to the Honors College and Graduate School, and upholds a strong liberal arts tradition with a focus on languages, literature, history, science, and the arts.

Full Scholarship

to CofC for four years

Four scholarships covering tuition, fees, room and board, and other education-related expenses, including a generous stipend for special summer educational opportunities, as well as individual mentoring by select CofC faculty members.

Learn more about the Huge-CofC Scholarship.

DVH Scholarships

Named in honor of Harry Huge's mother, the Dorothy Vorderstrasse Huge Scholarship honors the achievements of young women scholars in two rural Nebraska counties, Thayer and Nuckolls.

Dorothy Vorderstrasse Huge, wife and mother to three boys, believed education was more than a means to further one's own opportunities; it's a means to grow them for others.

Though unable to pursue higher education herself, she instilled a sense of discipline, commitment, and passion in her children that fueled a desire to not just do well for themselves but to do good in the world.

$10,000 Scholarship

$2,500/year for four years

Scholarship funds may be used for books, tuition, travel to and from college, tutors, or other education-related expenses.

Learn more about the DVH Scholarship.

The Cabela's Women in Leadership Scholarships

Through the generous support of Cabela’s Incorporated and World’s Foremost Bank, the Huge Foundation awards scholarships to the top female applicants graduating from a Nebraska high school. As with the other Huge awards, recipients have access to special mentoring and internship opportunities, coordinated by the Cabela’s Women in Leadership Council.

Cabela’s Incorporated, headquartered in Sidney, Nebraska, is a leading specialty retailer, and the world’s largest direct marketer of hunting, fishing, camping, and related outdoor merchandise.

$10,000 Scholarship

$2,500/year for four years

Scholarship funds may be used for books, tuition, travel to and from college, tutors, or other education-related expenses.

Learn more about the Huge-Cabela’s Scholarship.