Spencer County, Indiana This year, donors to the Spencer County Community Foundation are again making scholarship awards available through the Foundation’s Community Scholarship Program.
The Community Scholarship program is made up of various scholarship funds, each with individual selection criteria and eligibility requirements. These opportunities were created by donors to provide Spencer County students with opportunities for advanced education. Some scholarships are designed to be awarded to nontraditional students.
Students may apply for one or more scholarships, as long as they meet the particular eligibility requirements. Details about each scholarship and the application are posted on the Foundation’s website at the Scholarship Opportunities page.
Eligibility requirements and selection criteria are determined by donors and are posted on the website. Each scholarship is unique and supports students with a variety of backgrounds, educational goals, and economic statuses. Awards are made without regard to race, creed, color, sex, religion, or national origin and are based on a competitive process which may consider academic achievement, extracurricular activities, personal aspirations, educational goals, and financial need.
The Foundation offers the following tips to help students complete their applications:
- Begin working on the application early.
- Search for scholarships that match your unique interests and hobbies.
- Take the time to write required essays. It’s worth the extra effort.
- Follow all instructions carefully and make sure you are submitting all the required parts (including letters of recommendation, transcripts, etc.). Check and double-check your application before submitting.
- Ask a friend or teacher to read your application and essay for any mistakes that you may have missed.
Applications must be submitted online. The online application process allows applicants to save their work. Please read through the How to Apply page on the site for instructions. The deadline to apply is 12:00 midnight on Thursday, February 14, 2019.
For further information or assistance:
Renate Warner, Regional Director of Community Engagement and Impact