Scholarships

William Weaver Memorial Scholarship

Each year, NHGRA sponsors the William Weaver Memorial Scholarship, awarded to University of New Hampshire students pursuing post secondary education in engineering and leading to a career in a highway related industry. This scholarship was created in 1968, in memory of William Weaver, of Weaver Brothers Construction Company, who died in a construction accident in 1967. The scholarship fund is administered by a Board of Trustees, on behalf of the New Hampshire Good Roads Association. Applications can be obtained from the Dean's Office in the College of Civil & Environmental Engineering at UNH. The application process begins in early December each year.

We are pleased to announce the Trustees awarded $18,000 in 2019 to the following students enrolled in the College of Civil & Environmental Engineering: Kate Varney, Logan Stevens, Michelle Thibault, Jamie Fitzpatrick, Megan Cramton, Garrett Puchalski and Matthew Bean. 


Roger F. Provost Memorial Scholarship and NHGRA Construction Scholarship

We also offer the Roger F. Provost Scholarship and the New Hampshire Good Roads Association Construction Scholarship, awarded to an individual member, or the son or daughter of any member in good standing. The 2020 applications are now available. They are available for download or mailed direct to the applicant. If you would like them mailed, please contact the NHGRA office at 603.224.1823.

We are pleased to announce the scholarship recipients for 2019 -

The New Hampshire Good Road Construction Scholarship awarded a total of $2,500 to the following individuals: Aden Stone of Loudon who is studying civil engineering at New Hampshire Technical Institute; and Colby Miles of New Hampton who plans to attend college in the fall and pursue a degree in civil engineering and construction technology.

The Roger F. Provost Scholarship awarded a total of $2,500 to the following individuals: Aislinn Low of Manchester who plans to attend college in the fall and pursue a degree in neuroscience and psychology; and Jason Howe of Bow who will attend Roger Williams University where he will study civil engineering. 

For additional information on the scholarship programs or to make a donation, please contact the
New Hampshire Good Roads office.