Scholarships

Name of Scholarship

Due Date

Requirements

Amount

Website or other useful information

 
Sussle Scholarship
(Not your Usual Scholarship)

Scholarships are awarded on the last day of every month.

 
 
Eligible to high school seniors or full time undergraduate or graduate students at an accredited college or university in the United States.


$1,000 each month
(non-renewable)

For more information, stop by the counseling office or visit the link below:
 

 Presidential Leadership Scholarship Tabor College

 
 
10/05/2014

Must attend Tabor College

see on-line application for further details

$16,000 (per year)

http://www.tabor.edu

 
Click on "Presidential Leadership Scholarship"

AES Engineers Scholarship

10/06/2014

Students must write a 500 to 1000 word essay about: 

When you look back on your life in 30 years, what would it take for you to consider your life successful?  What relationships or accomplishments will be important on this journey? .

 

$500


For full details, please visit the web address below.

 
 
Horatio Alger Association Scholarship
 
 
 
10/25/2014
 
 
There are many requirement to be eligible for this scholarship.  Please see a complete list of them at the following link:
 
$5,000
7 will be awarded in Kansas.  Last year they reported less than 50 applicants
For full details and a link to the online application, please visit their web address at https://www.horatioalger.org/scholarships/
 
If you have any other questions, please come visit the counselors office.
 
 
Voice of Democracy Scholarship
VFW Essay Competition

 

11/01/2014
 
Students will be asked to write an essay on the theme of 
"Why Veterans are Important to our Nation's History and Future."
Open to grades 9-12.
 
 Amounts vary based on the various levels of completion throughout the VFW.
 
Our local contact person is Donna Kreutziger with the VFW 6958 Ladies Auxiliary.  Her email is donnakreutziger@yahoo.com
 
See Mr. Felvus for more information.
 
 
Hagan  Scholarship
 
 
11/15/2014
 
Hagan Scholarship eligibility requirements can be viewed at:
 

Up to $5,000 per semester

For full details along with an on-line application link, please visit the web address below.
 

P.E.O. STAR Scholarship

 
 
11/30/2014
For information on eligibility requirements for the scholarship, please visit the following link:
 
 
$2,500
Non-renewable
For complete details on the process, procedures and general information of this scholarship, please visit the following link
 
/content/star_policies_2013_02_06_2.pdf

ELKS Lodge
Most Valuable Student Scholarship



12/05/2014   
 
 
Any high school senior may apply
Male and female students compete separately.
Applicants will be judged on scholarship, leadership and financial need.
500 scholarship recipients awards range
from $1,000 to 12,500 
per year.
The entire application is on line this year.  For more information, or to download the application to get started, please visit the link below.  

We have a very reliable and helpful local source.  If you would like her information, please see Mr. Felvus.

 AXA Achievement Scholarship


 12/15/2014

Only the first 10,000 applications will be accepted.
 
AXA Achievement Scholarship eligibility requirements can be viewed at:
$10,000 for state winners (52)
$25,000 for national winners (4)

For Full details and the link to apply on-line, please visit the web address below.
 ACACIA Leadership Scholarship
(KSU)
 Priority Deadline
12/19/2014
Closing Deadline
01/09/2015
The ACACIA Fraternity Leadership Scholarship is an opportunity for young men who display motivation for personal success, an interest in studying the principles of leadership and who plan to attend Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas.

 1 scholarship for $1,000 and 2 scholarships for $500

 The application can be found and submitted online at www.kstateacacia.org

If you have any questions. please see Mr. Felvus in the counseling office.

Youth Educational Scholarship for Liberty Constitution Bee

 
 
12/31/2014

 
Applicants can be in 9th - 12th grade
Open only to residents of Kansas
Contest will be held in Manhattan on March 1, 2015.

Winning amounts vary.  

Prize amounts are awarded for the top 3 finishers.



For more details and to have access to the on-line application, please visit the web link below:
 

FIRE - Free Speech Essay Contest

01/01/2015

Open to high school juniors and seniors.  To enter, students must submit an essay between 800 and 1,000 words on the provided prompt

Why is free speech important at our nation’s colleges and universities?

$10,000 (1)
$5,000 (1)
$1,000 (3)
$500 (4)

For more details and to enter the competition, please visit 

http://www.thefire.org/student-network/essay-contest/


The Dell Scholarship


01/15/2015

Open to high school seniors
Needs based more so than merit
Must have a 2.4 GPA or higher to apply
Amounts vary.  Over 300 recipients will be awarded nation wide. 

For a complete explanation of this scholarship opportunity or to begin the on-line application, please visit the following link:



The GPACAC 2015 Student Scholarhip



02/01/2015

Be a May/June 2015 high school graduate
Attend high school in Nebraska, Kansas, or Oklahoma
Have an ACT Composite score of 21 - 28 (or SAT equivalent)
Have a cumulative high school grade point average of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent)

$1,000 
3 scholarships will be awarded.
(Nonrenewable)


For more application details and for a direct link to the on-line application, please visit the following link:

For questions regarding this scholarship, please refer to the following contact information:
GPACAC Student Scholarships
Contact: Sabrina Wood
e-mail: sabrinawood@morrisonps.com


Kansas Kiwanis Foundation Senior Scholarship




02/01/2015


This scholarship is open to all graduates of Accredited Kansas High Schools.  Applicants will be judged on academics, leadership, and club or community involvement.

Scholarship amounts vary from $500 to $1200.

To pick up an application, please visit Mr. Felvus in the Counselor's Office.  For an on-line link to the application and complete instructions, visit the following link:

Click on the KS Kiwanis Foundation link on the left side of the page.



Hope for
Kansas Heroes Endowment



02/02/2015


Applicants for this scholarship must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and be the child or in the immediate family of someone who is a member or veteran of the military.


$600
(nonrenewable)
For more information on this scholarship and to fill out the online application, visit http://www.epsilonsigmaalpha.org/scholarships-and-grants .

At this site, you will need to set up a free account that will allow you to search for grants and scholarships based on what state you live in.

See Mr. Felvus in the counseling office if you need assistance or more information. 

KSU - Phi Kappa Theta Man of Faith Scholarship
 



02/06/2015

Must be a male, graduating, senior who will attend Kansas State University in the Fall of 2015.

One, $1,000 scholarship will be awarded, along with two, $500 scholarships


More information on this scholarship can be found on the Man of Faith page on the website www.ksuphikaps.com

If you want to pick up a paper copy of the application and information, please see Mr. Felvus in the Counselors Office.

Hobble (LPN) Nursing Scholarship


02/15/2015

For information regarding qualifications and for instructions on how to apply, visit the following link:


$300
(non-renewable)

Applications are available at the following link:
You can also see Mr. Felvus if you have any questions or if you would like a paper copy of the application.


Hugh A Smith Scholarship

02/15/2015

For information regarding qualifications and for instructions on how to apply, visit the following link:


$500
(non-renewable)
                   Applications are available at the following link:
You can also see Mr. Felvus to pick up a paper copy of this application.

Ted and Nora Anderson Scholarships


02/15/2015

For information regarding qualifications and for instructions on how to register, visit the following link:

$500 per year for four years
(4 awards given)

Applications are available at the following link:
You can also see Mr. Felvus to pick up a paper copy of this application.


Albert M. Lappin Scholarship
 


02/15/2015


For information regarding the qualifications and for instructions on how to apply, visit the following link:



$1,000
(non-renewable)

Applications are available at the following link:
You can also see Mr. Felvus to pick up a paper copy of this application.


American Legion Music Committee Scholarship


02/15/2015

For information regarding the qualifications and for instructions on how to apply, visit the following link:


$1,000
(non-renewable)

Applications are available at the following link:
You can also see Mr. Felvus to pick up a paper copy of this application.


Rosedale Post 346 Scholarship


02/15/2015


For information regarding the qualifications and for instructions on how to apply, visit the following link:


$1,500
2 scholarships will be awarded (non-renewable)


Applications are available at the following link:
You can also see Mr. Felvus to pick up a paper copy of this application. 


American Legion High School Oratorical Scholarship Program


02/22/2015

The Constitutional Speech Contest is open any student, under the age of 20 who is in grades nine, ten, eleven or twelve and who is a citizen or lawful permanent resident of the United States.

Please note that 02/22 is the competition date.  Your application must be submitted two weeks prior to competing. (02/08)


Amounts vary and are awarded at different levels of competition

For more information, please visit:

You may also see Mr. Felvus in the counseling office with any other questions.




P.E.O Chapter DB Scholarship



02/27/2015

This scholarship is awarded to a senior girl.  Applicant must be a student at MHS, a resident of Marion County and show good character, scholastic ability and also have demonstrated leadership abilities.  The selection is made without knowledge of the who each applicant is.  No special consideration is given to girls with relatives who are members of the P.E.O. Chapter DB.


This scholarship is a one time gift in the amount $500.


For more information or for an application, please visit Mr. Felvus in the Counselors Office at MHS or see Mrs. Thierolf at Marion Middle School.


Buick Achievers Scholarship


02/28/2015

Open to high school seniors and undergraduate students who plan to attend a four-year college or university in 2014-2015 and major in a field of study that focuses on engineering, technology, design or business, with an interest in the automotive industry.

100 scholarships to be awarded each up to $25,000 per year


For more information about this scholarship opportunity and to begin the application process on-line, please visit

If you need printed information, please see Mr. Felvus.


The GPACAC Paul Max Service Scholarship



03/01/2015

Students must plan on attending a 2 or 4 year institution and enrolling in the fall following their high school graduation.
 
Students should have a strong service record that has impacted their school, religious affiliation, and/or community 
 
Student must have a GPA of 2.75 or higher.
 

$ 1,000
One, nonrenewable scholarship will be awarded

For application details and for a direct link to the on-line application, please visit the following link:

For questions regarding this scholarship, please refer to the following contact information:
Paul Max Service Scholarship
Contact: Tom Hult


Kansas City Associated Equipment Distributors Scholarship



03/02/2015

Application requirements are that you must be a full time student, you must be enrolled for the fall semester of the current year, you must be seeking an associates degree or certificate in Diesel Mechanics or Heavy Equipment Repair and you must have a cumulative high school GPA of 2.5 


4 annual scholarships awarded in the amount of $1,000

Applications and further details are available in the counseling office.  

If you have any questions, you can call (816) 561-5323 and ask to speak with Ken Dean, or speak with Mr. Felvus.

Better Business Bureau Student of Integrity Scholarships



03/06/2015

This scholarship is open to high school seniors. It puts an emphasis on the applicants ethical behavior, community service and academic accomplishments.  A short essay is required as part of the application.

Two, $2,000 scholarships will be awarded in our region.

Information and application can be found at: 

For any questions, please contact BBB Communications Director Margo Riekes at 402-898-8526800-649-6814 #8526 or mriekes@bbbinc.org.

You can also come by the counseling office for paper copies of all necessary materials. 

Corey Darrow Memorial Scholarship



03/13/2015

Applicants must be a Marion High School senior who plans to further their education next year at any post-secondary college or university.

$500
non-renewable

Pick up an application in the Counselor's Office.

See Mr. Felvus for more information.

Calvin R. Hett Memorial Scholarship



03/13/2015

Applicants must be a Marion High School senior who plans to further their education next year at any post-secondary college or university.


$500
non-renewable


Pick up an application in the Counselor's Office.

See Mr. Felvus for more information.


H. Dean Pippin Memorial Scholarship


03/13/2015

Applicants must be a Marion High School senior who plans to further their education next year at a vocational school or technical college.

$500
non-renewable

Pick up an application in the Counselor's Office.

See Mr. Felvus for more information.


Wambsganss Family Scholarship


03/15/2015

This scholarship is awarded to a graduating senior from Marion High School.  Anyone can apply and any information about themselves, their academics, and/or recommendations are helpful in the decision making process. 

1 scholarship will be awarded in the amount of $1,000

Applications and further details are available in the counseling office.

Documentation and applications can be either emailed or mailed to the selection committee.  This information is provided on each application.



MKC Scholarship


03/16/2015


Applicants can either be high school seniors or college students planning to attend or return to an accredited university or college including community, vocational or technical school.

$1,000
10 will be awarded to HS seniors and 10 to college age students.


Application and more information can found at the following link:

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Felvus in the counselor's office.


Westar Energy Craft and Plant Scholarships



03/16/2015

Westar Energy Craft and Plant Scholarships are available for individuals who wish to pursue an associate degree in electric power and distribution or power plant technology in Kansas.  Applicant requirements can be found at the following website:

3 different scholarships will be awarded in the amount of $2,000 each

Scholarship information and the online application can be found at the following website:


If you have any other questions, please come to the Counselors Office to speak to Mr. Felvus


Kansas Junior Golf Scholarhship


03/27/2015

To be eligible for this academic scholarship, the student must have participated in junior activities, which high school golf is.  Applicant must also be a graduating senior.  Winners will be selected based on academic performance, leadership, a written essay and financial need.

5 winners will receive $1,250 for the next four years. 
($5,000 total)
Scholarship details and a downloadable application form are available at http://kansasgolf.org/foundation/scholarships/.  For more information, contact Phil Miller, Executive Director, Kansas Golf Foundation, 1201 Wakarusa Drive, Suite B5, Lawrence, KS 66049 (785) 842-4833 x205) or foundation@kansasgolf.org

Jack Richmond Memorial Scholarship


03/31/2015

This scholarship, from the Marion County Quail Forever chapter, is available to all Marion County high school seniors whom wish to further their education and pursue a career in the field of Wildlife Biology or Wildlife Management.  All closely related fields will be considered.  A short written essay is required.


$ 500
(nonrenewable)

Information about the required essay and the address to mail them to can be obtained in the Counselor's Office.

See Mr. Felvus for information and details. 
 

John F. Reznicek Memorial Scholarship 



03/31/2015

This scholarship, from the Marion County Quail Forever chapter, is available to all Marion County high school seniors whom wish to further their education and pursue a career in the field of Wildlife Biology or Wildlife Management.  All closely related fields will be considered.  A short written essay is required.


$ 500
(nonrenewable

Information about the required essay and the address to mail them to can be obtained in the Counselor's Office.

See Mr. Felvus for information and details. 

Kansas County Clerks and Election Officials' Association Scholarship





04/01/2015



This scholarship is for students who plan to major in Journalism, Political Science or Communications.  To be eligible, you must carry a minimum 3.0 GPA


$500 scholarships will be awarded to up to twelve students state wide

Information and the application can be found online at
http://www.kscountyclerks.net by clicking on the "scholarship" link on the right side of the page.

If you would like a paper copy of the application, see Mr. Felvus in the counseling office.

For questions, you may call Carol Noblit @ (620) 532-2521 or email at km_county_clerk@wan.kdor.state.ks.us


Tampa State Bank Scholarship



04/15/2015

This scholarship is open to all Marion High School seniors who plan to attend either a two or four year college or university.  The selection committee will put an emphasis on selecting a well rounded student who 
does well in school and is also involved in extra curricular activities in the school and the community.

Up to $1,000
the number of scholarships and dollar amount varies

Applications are available at Marion High School from Mr. Felvus.

Completed applications can also be turned in to Mr. Felvus.  They will then be delivered to a member of the selection committee.


Marion Advancement Campaign Scholarship


04/15/2015

This scholarship is open to all Marion High School seniors who plan to attend either a two or four year college or university.  The selection committee will put an emphasis on selecting a well rounded student who does well in school and is also involved in extra curricular activities in the school and the community.


Up to $500
the number of scholarships has yet to be determined.

Applications are available at Marion High School from Mr. Felvus.

Completed applications can also be turned in to Mr. Felvus.  They will then be delivered to a member of the selection committee.


VISINE - Students With Vision Scholarship




03/01/2014



Applicant must be a high school senior or college student with a minimum 2.8 GPA and a clear vision or goal for their future.

$5,000
non-renewable
  
10 scholarships will be awarded.
To apply for this scholarship, please visit
 

You will be required to set up a free scholarship search account with Zinch to apply for this scholarship.
 
See Mr. Felvus for more information

Marion County AFA Scholarship

03/14/2014

Applicants for this scholarship must enroll in either a 2 or 4-year college, must intend on pursuing a four-year agriculture degree, must have a high school GPA of at least 3.0 and must agree to attend the Agriculture Future of America Leadership Conference in the fall of their freshman year of college.

$3,200 scholarship to be awarded to one Marion County or Canton-Galva student


Applicants can apply online at www.agfuture.org/afascholarship
 If you have questions, please contact Lyman Adams at (620)-947-3917

For more information or to see the selection process criteria, visit with Mr. Felvus in the counseling office.

Shelter Insurance Foundation Scholarship


03/31/2014

Applicant must be a senior from Marion High School and must be enrolled at any accredited college or university by September, 2014.  The selection committee for this scholarship will select one recipient to award and will base their selection on scholastic achievement, participation and leadership in school and community activities, citizenship and moral character, and educational goals.

One scholarship will be awarded in the amount of $2,000.

This is a local scholarship.  Therefore, all interested applicants must come by the counseling office to receive an application.  Completed applications will also need to be submitted to Mr. Felvus to keep until the selection committee request them.

St. Luke Hospital and Living Center Scholarship



04/04/2014
Applicant must be planning a career in a health-care setting.  Awards are made on the basis of academic achievement, community involvement, extracurricular activities, individual essay, accuracy of application and recommendation letters
 
Any inquires may be directed to Roger Schroeder at
620-382-2177, Ext. 219

Two scholarship will be awarded in the amount of $1,000 each

Applications are available in the counselor's office
 
See Mr. Felvus for more information


Kansas Junior Golf Scholarship


04/04/2014

To be eligible for this academic scholarship, the student must have participated in junior golf activities, including high school golf.  Applicant must also be a graduating senior and winners will be selected based on academic performance, leadership, a written essay and financial need.
5 winners will receive $1,250 for the next four years. 
($5,000 total dollar amount)

Scholarship details and a downloadable application form are available at http://kansasgolf.org/foundation/scholarships/.  For more information, contact Phil Miller, Executive Director, Kansas Golf Foundation, 1201 Wakarusa Drive, Suite B5, Lawrence, KS 66049 (785) 842-4833 x205) or foundation@kansasgolf.org


Earl Wineinger Memorial Scholarship


04/11/2014

To be eligible for this scholarship, students must be active members of their high school FFA and must attend one of the high schools in Marion County.

$500

1 scholarship will be awarded
Applications at Marion High School are available from either Mr. Meyer in the Ag Shop or from Mr. Felvus in the Counselor office.

Any questions regarding this scholarship, can be directed to Steve Noble.  His phone and email information are as follows:
(620) 947-3184 or steve.noble@usd410.net 

Wayne Colle Scholarship



04/15/2014

This scholarship will be awarded on the basis of financial need, scholarship, citizenship and participation in church activities.  It is open to all Marion High School senior class members, but preference will be given to Valley United Methodist Church members. 


currently unspecified

Applications are available in the MHS Counseling office and will need to be returned to the Valley United Methodist Church office on or before the designated due date.


Longhofer Peace with Justice Scholarship

04/15/2014
This scholarship will be awarded on the basis of financial need, scholarship, citizenship and participation in church activities.  It is open to all Marion High School senior class members, but preference will be given to Valley United Methodist Church members. 


currently unspecified

Applications are available in the MHS Counseling office and will need to be returned to the Valley United Methodist Church office on or before the designated due date.

Lois Rose Memorial Scholarship

04/15/2014
This scholarship will be awarded on the basis of financial need, scholarship, citizenship and participation in church activities.  It is open to all Marion High School senior class members, but preference will be given to Valley United Methodist Church members. 


currently unspecified

Applications are available in the MHS Counseling office and will need to be returned to the Valley United Methodist Church office on or before the designated due date.

Marie Bowlby Scholarship

04/15/2014
This scholarship will be awarded on the basis of financial need, scholarship, citizenship and participation in church activities.  It is open to all Marion High School senior class members, but preference will be given to Valley United Methodist Church members. 


currently unspecified

Applications are available in the MHS Counseling office and will need to be returned to the Valley United Methodist Church office on or before the designated due date.

John L. and Ada Fruechting Memorial Scholarship



04/15/2014

All 2014 Seniors may apply.
 
Preference will be given to students who plan to attend a 4 year college or university
 

$1,000
 
2 scholarships will be awarded

Applications are available in the counselor's office.

See Mr. Felvus for more information.

Frank A. Morse Nursing Scholarship



04/15/2015

Applicants for this scholarship must be completed with their General Education classes and ready to being the "nursing block" portion of their schedule.  Preference will be given to students who are residents of Marion or Newton Kansas.  Second preference to residents of Marion or Harvey County, third preference to Kansas residents and lastly open to all other applicants.


Applications are available from Mr. Felvus at Marion High School.

Any questions regarding this scholarship can be addressed by calling (620) 382-2133.


Senior Citizens of Marion County Scholarship



04/18/2014


Applicants must be a 2014 Marion County high school senior, who intends to pursue a career in an Aging related field (medicine, nursing, social work, physical therapies or gerontology.  The applicant can attend the two year or four year college of their choice. 


$500
One scholarship will be awarded.
Applications can be picked up for Marion High School students from Mr. Felvus in the Counselor's Office.

Completed application must be returned to the SCMC by the specified due date.  The SCMC address information is as follows:

SCMS
309 S. Third
Marion, KS  66861

Delta Kappa Gamma International Alpha Omega Incentive Award


04/18/2014

Incentive Awards are available to female secondary school/college students who are presently majoring, or plan to major, in education at an accredited Kansas college or university.  Applicants will be rated in the areas of moral character, social conduct, proper motivation and citizenship.  Awards are made based on on scholastic achievement and/or need.

$500
One Award will be given in 2014
Applications can be picked up in the Counseling Office at Marion High School.  The completed applications must be submitted to the Incentive Award Chair on or before the due date of April 18th, 2014.  Her mailing address is listed below:

Mary Regier, Incentive Award Chair
202 Eisenhower
Hillsboro, KS  67063

Marion County Farm Bureau Association Scholarship




04/28/2014

Parent must be a member, in good standing, with the 
Marion County Farm Bureau. 

An Agriculture related field of study in college is preferred but not required.

$500 scholarship
2 students will be awarded scholarships

Applications are available in the counselor's office.
 
See Mr. Felvus for more information.

Marion County Firefighters Scholarship


04/30/2014

The Marion County Firefighters scholarship is open to any graduating senior from any of the Marion County high schools, who plans to attend a post secondary college or university in the fall of 2014. 
$500 - $1000
The exact amount of this scholarship has yet to be determined.

Applications are available in the counselor's office.
 
See Mr. Felvus for more information. 

Sidney's Hairdressing College Scholarship

04/30/2014

Applicants for this scholarship must be enrolled at and plan to attend Sidney's Hairdressing College in the Fall

$1,000 (given to one student per school)


For information regarding this scholarship or for an application for this scholarship, see Mr. Felvus in the counseling office at our school.


Brown Mackie College Salina
President's Scholarship

05/01/2014

 
Applicant must be a senior in high school who is planning to attend Brown Mackie College-Salina.
 
Short Essay of 200 words is also required
 
$5,000
(2 awards given)

For more information about Brown Mackie College and this scholarship, please visit http://www.BMCconnection.com
 
To pick up an application, see Mr. Felvus in the Counselor's Office.

2014 Konley Harding Memorial Scholarship


05/15/2014
This scholarship will be presented to a graduating high school senior who is a current or former 4-H member from Morris, Marion or Dickinson counties.  The applicant must be seeking higher education, such as a four-year college, community college, or vocational/technical school.  Preference will be given to applicants who are seeking an agricultural related field of study.

$1,000


To pick up an application, see Mr. Felvus in the Counselor's Office.

Kansas Masonic Foundation General Scholarship



06/01/2014

Applicants must be attending or planning to attend one of the seven identified Kansas Universities/Colleges.

GPA requirements apply to current college student applicants.

$1,000
10 Scholarships will be awarded
Applications and further details can be found at the following link:

http://kmfonline.org/scholarships/

Click on the "Apply" link under the section marked General to begin the application process for this specific scholarship.

The seven selected universities/colleges are also listed on that page.

Kansas Masonic Foundation Technical College Scholarship


06/01/2014

Applicants must be Kansas residents who are planning to attend one of the seven selected Kansas Technical Colleges.

GPA requirements apply to current college student applicants.

$500
10 scholarships will be awarded
Applications and further details can be found at the following link:

http://kmfonline.org/scholarships/

Click on the "Apply" link under the section marked Technical College to begin the application process for this specific scholarship.

The seven selected Technical Colleges are also listed on that page.
 
A & F Scholarship
(Abbott and Fenner)

 06/14/2014

Applicants must be high school juniors or seniors or students already attending a post secondary institution. 
You must be willing to submit a 500 to 1000 word essay on a given topic.
 
$ 1,000
(# of winners varies)
 
For a complete run down of requirements, the topic of the essay and how to submit your essay, please visit the following address:

Big Sun Scholarship for Student Athletes - 2014

06/20/2014

Applicants must be a senior, student athlete, who is willing to write a short essay on a given 3 part question.

 
$ 500
(multiple winners selected)
 
For full details and for your essay topic, visit the following web address:  

 
    
     


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