National Rifle Association Foundation
$1,000 annually, non-renewable. Scholarship award checks will be made payable and forwarded to the registrar's office or financial aid office of the college or university attended by the applicant. The scholarship award funds will be disbursed by the educational institution and may be used for tuition, books, campus fees, and room and board. Students may reapply each year by submitting a new application; they will then be placed in that year's pool of applicants for possible selection. The recipient will be required to provide a transcript of his/her grades each semester to show that the minimum grade point average of 3.0 and the minimum course load of 12 credit hours are being maintained.
One award offered annually.
In addition to standard eligibility requirements, selection will be based on the following: honors and awards or special accomplishments; service (extracurricular activities, volunteer work, community service); work experience; memberships in any organizations or societies; references; and the application essay. Please note: Relatives of NRA Women's Policies Committee members are not eligible to apply. The term 'relatives' includes the following: spouse, parent, child, sibling, in-law, grandchild, aunt, niece or step-relative. The term also includes individuals with whom the Women's Policies Committee member has a close personal relationship, such as domestic partners, cohabitants or significant others.
Applications are available online on the National Rifle Association (NRA) Foundation website. In addition to the completed application, the student must submit the following: a current official trans ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.