Do It 4 Ur Kidz Scholarship
Purpose of Scholarship
To provide financial assistance to head-of-household, single parents for post-secondary education to help them improve their lives and those of their children.
November 1 to March 4
Number and Size of Awards
Number of recipients and amounts vary; paid in one lump sum in the Fall and divided equally between the Fall and Spring semesters.
Allowed Use of Award
Awards may be used for tuition, fees, books, and other expenses associated with higher education.
For a head-of-household single parent who:
- Is accepted into a degree or certificate program at a college, university, vocational, technical, business, or graduate school;
- Has drive, determination, commitment, and clear goals;
- Has a minimum 2.0 GPA; and
- Has financial need.
To begin or continue your application, click here.
This scholarship is one of dozens connected to our Consolidated Scholarship Application. Applying for this scholarship means you’ll be considered for any other relevant opportunities within the Consolidated Application.
The selection process is coordinated through the Community Foundation. A committee comprised of Community Foundation staff, community members, and family representatives reviews applications and selects the recipient(s).
Award Announcement and Payment
The Community Foundation emails an award notification with instructions for claiming the award to the recipient in April. Payment is mailed to the school for the recipient’s account in one lump sum in the Fall and split between the Fall and Spring semesters once required documentation is received.
To release the scholarship payment, upload the requested and required information including your class schedule and tuition bill verifying enrollment to the Community Foundation’s online Consolidated Scholarship Application between July 1 and August 15.
Scholarships not claimed by February 15 in the assigned year will be forfeited. Email email@example.com with any questions or concerns.
This scholarship is not renewable; however, students may be nominated each year they are eligible.
A former St. John Fisher College professor who understood and greatly admired the hard work and challenges of single-parent students created this scholarship to support their higher education endeavors and to improve their employability, their lives, and the lives of their children.
To make your own gift to this fund, click here.
Email Scholarships@racf.org or call 585.341.4350 for assistance.
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