Sample Scholarship Application Form

Sample Scholarship Application Form

A comprehensive scholarship application form for scholarship eligibility applications. Complete questionnaire with scholarship details included in the body of the form Collect applicant data and easily track whether or not the applicant is eligible for the scholarship. This sample scholarship application template can be customized with your own content for a quick and easy way to accept scholarship applications. Form Preview
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  • Application Deadline - April 18, 2012
  • Read and follow the instructions carefully prior to submitting your application. (Include link to instructions here). All winners will be notified on or before the 30th of April 2012.

  • If selected, you will be asked for documentation to support the data you provide. Likewise, all correspondence and award agreements will be generated from the personal information submitted below. So, please use proper spelling, capitalization and punctuation.

  • I. Personal Data:

    Tell us about yourself
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  • Optional Informations :

    Information regarding gender, ethnic origin and race are optional. The information is requested for post-scholarship report generation only and in no way affects your selection for college scholarship awards. However, providing this information may increase your opportunities for scholarships where donors have asked that priority consideration be given to students meeting certain demographic criteria (such as minority status, parent's place of employment, area of study, etc.)

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  • Are you interested in one of the following Fine Arts Scholarships? If yes, you will need to audition or present a portfolio to meet eligibility requirements. Please call the Fine Arts Department at (888) 888-8888 to schedule an appointment.

  • II. High School Information:

  • May 2012 high school graduates are eligible for consideration for summer scholarships in addition to fall-spring awards. Accepting a summer award obligates you to attend in the following fall and spring.

  • III. ACT Information:

  • ACT scores are not required for scholarship eligibility. However, providing an ACT score can increase the likelihood of your selection as compared to other candidates.
  • All scholarship applicants reporting an ACT score will be asked to provide official verification.
  • Note: If you are a 2012 high school graduate and received a composite score of 26 or higher you are eligible for an automatic one-year full tuition scholarship.

  • IV. For Transfer Students Only:

  • V. For Students Currently Enrolled at (School Name) :

  • VI. Extras:

  • (School Name) administers many scholarships designed to offer aid to students that represent unique characteristics. Please check each of the qualifiers below that apply to you. This data may increase your likelihood of qualifying for selected scholarships. Please note, if you are awarded a scholarship based on any of these qualifiers, you will be asked to produce documentation verifying your unique eligibility.

  • VII. Essay

  • Your essay should be 300-500 words. You should address in your essay: your college goals and choice of major, what you intend to do with your education, and why a scholarship is important to you. Include any academic and non-academic accomplishments, personal characteristics, or experiences that make you uniquely worthy of scholarship consideration.

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  • VIII. Applicant's E-Signature

  • By signing (typing your legal name) in the space below, you are certifying that all information is correct and that you are the person completing this application. When you press the submit button, you will receive an email confirmation that your application was received. Please print for your records and retain as verification of your application.
  • (School Name) is committed to equal opportunity in employment and education. The College does not discriminate in any program or activity on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, disability, marital status, or any other protected class.

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