The Canton Audubon Society is pleased to offer scholarships to deserving college students, junior level and above, including graduate level. For specific guidelines, forms and submission criteria, please click on the related PDF links below (Guidelines, Application, and Recommendation Form) to review and/or download further information.

As of September 2012, the Canton Audubon Scholarship has been changed to the Arnold W. Fritz Scholarship.  This name change is to honor the memory of Arnold Fritz, who passed away on August 14th, 2011.  Arnold was not only our organization’s founding president (1962-64), but also the founding president of The Wilderness Center in Wilmot. He retired as a biology teacher from Malone University in Canton (1961-1998).


Shelby Kaplan has been selected as the fifth recipient of the 2014-15 Arnold W. Fritz Scholarship. Shelby is from Wooster, Ohio. She attends Denison University and majors in Environmental Studies.

We congratulate Shelby for wanting to contribute to the environment around us and wish her the best of luck.

In 2010, the CAS Board Members decided to offer a college scholarship to a qualified applicant as part of our programming and community outreach. The Scholarship Committee is made up of: Laura Dornan (Committee Chair), Joyce Kuceyeski, Kate Webb, Lee Dolan and Linda Nida


2013-2014 Courtney Armsey from Clinton, Ohio (Malone University)
2012-2013 Anna Mudd from Fruita, Colorado (College of Wooster)
2011-2012 Kaitlyn Lowry from North Canton, Ohio (Hiram College)
2010-2011 Stephanie Jarvis from Shelbyville, Kentucky (Wooster College)


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