The Community First Federal Credit Union Graduate School Scholarship is only open to students who are members of Community First Federal Credit Union.
Deadline: May 1, 2021
AVAILABLE TO: In-coming or current graduate school students
AMOUNT: $500 x 1 Scholarship
Scholarship Criteria and Guidelines
● The Community First’s Graduate Program Scholarship is available to the following students:
In-coming or current graduate school students who are members of Community First Federal Credit Union.
In-coming or current graduate school students who will be attending graduate school.
● Student grade point average requirement is 3.0 or above.
● Preference will be given to those students that can show participation in community events, volunteerism, and involvement in their community.
● Scholarship payment will be made to the scholarship winner after completion of the semester of the college and upon proof of matriculation for the second semester, unless graduating that first semester. Applicants must be a master’s program or doctorate program student.
● Application materials will be placed on the Community First Website and in each of the Community First Branches.
● The scholarship must be used within 12 months of being received.
● Completed application, official transcript, and two letters of recommendation may be submitted in the following ways:
Completed on the Community First website through the e-form.
Dropped off at any branch location: Lakeview, Howard City, Trufant, or Morley.
Emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mail completed scholarship application and materials to:
Community First Federal Credit Union
Attn: Scholarship Committee
9637 N. Greenville Road
Lakeview, MI 48850
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