The Scholarship Fund of the Southwest Neighborhood Assembly offers scholarships to high school and college students who reside zip code 20024.  Students may pursue any course of study at any accredited undergraduate or post secondary technical institution.  The scholarship committee reviews the application and confirms information provided.  Applicants are assessed on a number of factors including acceptance to college, university, or secondary technical institutions, scholastic achievements, financial need, letters of recommendation from teachers or school administrators, and community involvement.  New applicants are required to attend an in-person interview.  

Thank you for your interest.

You can complete the application ONLINE below or Print this page to submit a hard copy with attachments. 

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2017-2018

The deadline for applications is April 20, 2017.
If selected for a scholarship, you must attend the July 9, 2017 Scholarship Awards Program.


STUDENT’S PERSONAL INFORMATION


COLLEGE INFORMATION


EXPECTED COSTS FOR COLLEGE 2017-2018

HOW WILL YOU PAY FOR YOUR 2017-2018 COLLEGE EXPENSES?


PARENT OR GUARDIAN INFORMATION


SIGNATURE

I have agreed to submit this application by electronic means. By signing this application electronically, I certify that we understand the questions and statements on this application.


FIRST-TIME APPLICANTS Upload the following:

1. Copy of the 2017 Student Air Report (SAR) from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
2. A high school or college transcript.
3. Your photo that can be used in The Southwester Newspaper.
4. Letter of Acceptance from a college or post-secondary institution.
5. Two letters of recommendation from school, teacher, administrator, minister, employer or community leader.
6. A list of volunteer work you have done for the community or school.
7. A list of awards or recognition you have received for school or neighborhood achievements.


REPEAT APPLICANTS Upload the following:

1. Copy of the 2017 Student Air Report (SAR) from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
2. Copy of past school year transcript.


For further information, please contact Vyllorya Evans.