Campus Rec recognizes the significant roles that our students play, and aims to support them as the future leaders in our communities. There are several scholarships awarded to our top students to help them achieve their academic goals as well as provide valuable work experiences for the future career success.
Joe Rubin Award Scholarship
Recognizes an outstanding athlete, who, like Joe Rubin, loves the game, plays it with enthusiasm, wants badly to win, hates to lose, but knows how to make it fun for everyone.
Juliette Moore Director Scholarship
Supports students in professional development opportunities. Juliette was the director for Campus Recreation for 13 years (1997-2010), and worked to open the new expansion in 2010 with LEED Certification. As director, she was very student centered and focused on lifetime learning.
Mark Shively Memorial Scholarship
Support funds for player development. Mark Shively was a player and an assistant coach who was taken by cancer in 1991. Mark’s major concern was the development of underclassmen recruits. The funds generated by the Shively Fund are used specifically for assisting rugby student athletes.
The William M. Clements Rugby Endowment is named in honor of the late Golden Eagle Distributors Inc. founder Bill Clements. Mr. Clements was introduced to rugby at the University of California. As an undergrad he played gridiron football at Washington. It was at Cal, where he earned his Doctorate in Chemical Engineering, that he first played rugby as a hooker. When he moved to Tucson and established Golden Eagle Distributors, he developed an enduring and dynamic relationship with the University of Arizona rugby program. The interest is used to support official team activities per the direction of the Alumni Association and the Head Coach.
Jeffery S. Harris Student Recognition Employee Scholarship
Academic support given each year to two full-time juniors or seniors employed at Campus Recreation. Recipients receive $1000 per year for five years.