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December 4, 2013

December scholarships

Saint Mary-of-the-Woods Saint Mother Theodore Guerin Scholarship: Saint Mary of-the-Woods College is seeking applications from female seniors for their scholarship competition. You may be eligible for a full tuition scholarship. The scholarship highlights students who embody the principles by which Saint Mother Theodore Guerin lived and served. To be considered for the competition, students must: be admitted to Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, complete essay, demonstrate community-focused experiences that makes a difference, and submit at least one letter of recommendation. For application guidelines, visit www.smwc.edu/smtg

Deadline: Dec. 31

Beta Sigma Psi National Lutheran Fraternity Educational Foundation

Christian Leadership Award: The scholarship is available to Lutheran men who will be starting college in fall 2014. Alumni from our chapters at the University of Illinois, Indiana University, and Purdue University will select well-qualified individuals to be honored with the award, a $1,500 scholarship towards the cost of tuition at the respective campus.

Deadline: Feb. 15

Martin Luther Scholarship: This $2,000 award is open to young men who will be attending their first year at any accredited 4-year college or university in the United States.

Deadline: Feb. 15

Applicants for both scholarships above must be male, confirmed members of a Lutheran congregation, and attending college in the fall 2014 semester in order to receive the award. There is no obligation to join Beta Sigma Psi or be related to one of its members in order to be considered. Students may apply for multiple awards. For an electronic copy of the application visit: http://scholarships.betasigmapsi.org/

Daviess County Community Foundation Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship: One Daviess County student will be selected to receive a four-year, full-tuition scholarship as the Daviess County Community Foundation 2014 Lilly Endowment Community Scholar. The scholarship provides a full tuition scholarship to the Indiana college of the recipient’s choice and a $900 yearly stipend for required books and equipment. Eligibility: graduating senior, resident of Daviess County, academic performance, community service and volunteer activities, school activities and sports, work experience, personal statement of goals, an essay, be accepted to a full-time baccalaureate degree program at any Indiana public or private college or university accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Daviess County students may now apply for the scholarship through the Daviess County Community Foundation’s website www.daviesscommunityfoundation.org.

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