Investing in an education can be one of life’s biggest expenses, but it is also one of your most valuable assets. Through the Everence college scholarship program, we support our members in paying for the cost of higher education – a benefit that will last a lifetime.
We believe the college scholarship is a valuable opportunity to encourage people to see the connection between money and faith, as well as to recognize students who are committed to academic achievement and expressing their faith values in the wider world.
- The student or the student’s parent or legal guardian must own or be using an Everence product that has been in effect for at least 12 months prior to Feb. 28, 2014.
- The student must be enrolled full time (at least 12 credit hours) in an accredited two- or four-year undergraduate or trade school program.
- The student must have a grade point average of at least 2.5 on a 4.0-point scale.
- The student must submit a completed application with all appropriate documentation, postmarked by Feb. 28, 2014. (Applications for 2014-15 have closed).
- Eligible applicants must complete all sections of the application form. Recipients will be chosen based on the following criteria:
- Academic record (based on high school or college transcript)
- Leadership role
- Community involvement, focusing on service in the larger community
- Written answer (250 or fewer words) to a question about his or her stewardship influences
Applications for the 2014-15 college scholarship has closed
Students can receive a $500 college scholarship award from their local Everence office. Of those winners, four students will be selected as our national scholarship award recipients.
The top finalist will receive an additional $2,500 scholarship, and three runner-up winners will receive $1,500.
If you have additional questions, please contact Kenda Mishler at (800) 348-7468 ext. 3388.
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