The Eagle Scholarship is a Scholarship sponsored by .
Amount of Scholarship: Minimum: $500, Average: $1525, Maximum: $3000
Application Deadline: None
Requirements: Selection is based upon academic qualifications, civic involvement, employment or organizational affiliation, essay, experience, field of interest, financial need, letters of recommendation, student activities, and talents.
Eligibility: College freshman
Sponsorship provided by:
You can find out more by contacting:
Director of Financial Aid
60 South Lincoln Street
Washington, PA 15301
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone Number: 724 223 6019
A good place to start is to investigate the latest information on the scholarship. A maximized likelihood of success will follow from initially researching the prerequisites and knowing if you fulfill them. A good first step is to identify the reason for involvement of the sponsor and what they hope to achieve with the Eagle Scholarship. If you are qualified, figure out if you have any likelihood of being awarded the scholarship. Once you believe that you have a decent shot of actually being a recipient of the Eagle Scholarship, then it is worth it to put forth the effort to apply.
An important aspect in the process of trying for the scholarship is filling out the application correctly. Some forms are lengthy and laborious, but take the time to make sure that your work was done accurately and completely. Use caution to insure that you will not miss out because of some minor point.
Once the application is sent off, you should note when the Eagle Scholarship chooses a winner and makes payment of the money in order to stay informed about if you will be able to count on the scholarship to help meet the expenses associated with school and its personal usefulness, as there may be restrictions on how you can use the Eagle Scholarship. You might find it challenging to find ways to take care of the expenses associated with school, and being awarded the Eagle Scholarship as a supplement to your own resources is often invaluable. If you are not fortunate to receive the Eagle Scholarship, keep at it, there are other scholarships that you can hopefully get.
Last Updated: 10/21/2011