SOUTH LAKE COUNTY – The Crown Point Community Foundation is accepting online scholarship applications
for the Women’s Giving Circle Scholarship, Ron and Suzanne Borto Scholarships, Crown Point Lions Club Scholarship,
Dave and Darlene McMichael Family Scholarship and the Charles and Marjorie Quickle Memorial Scholarship. Specific
criteria and info about each scholarship is listed below.
Access the online scholarship application through a link on the CPCF website (www.thecpcf.org) or our Facebook page
(Crown Point Community Foundation). Deadline for applying for scholarships will be June 16, 2017 at 10:30pm (CST).
For questions about the application process, contact the Foundation office at 219.662.7252.
Women’s Giving Circle Scholarship: Female Crown Point residents, 21 and over, returning to college, university, trade
or vocational school. Need based. Number of scholarships and amounts vary, depending on total gifts received from
the Women’s Giving Circle.
Ron and Suzanne Borto Scholarships: Lake County, IN residents, 25 and older, returning to college, university, trade or
vocational school. Amounts vary. One $500 scholarship for a male and one $500 scholarship for a female.
Crown Point Lions Club Scholarship: Crown Point High School graduate, completed the second semester in a program
leading to a bachelor’s degree in speech and hearing pathology, optometry, or related fields, at an accredited college
or university by the time the scholarship is to be paid. Applicants enrolled in post graduate degree programs in the indicated
fields of study shall also be eligible. Applicants must be enrolled as full time students. Applicants may reapply
in one or more subsequent years, and the scholarship may be awarded to the same applicant, without limitation. Other
selection criteria will be financial need, scholastic ability, character, leadership and integrity. $1,000 scholarship.
Dave and Darlene McMichael Family Scholarship: Female Crown Point residents, 21 and over, returning to college,
university, trade or vocational school. Need based. $500 non-renewable.
Charles and Marjorie Quickle Memorial Scholarship: Crown Point school district residents, in a formal education process
towards full time ministry work. Amount varies.
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