College Scholarship

$2,500

March 01, 2021

Awards Available: See Description

  • Scholarship Description
  • Back2School Illinois is the largest distributor of free school supplies in Illinois. Each year we provide scholarships to deserving Illinois high school seniors so they can attend college. We will award a cash grant of $2,500 for the freshman year of study to outstanding college-bound high school seniors, using academic achievement and financial need as well as leadership skills in both school and community as the criteria to identify winners.
    The B2SI Scholarship Program is only offered to college-bound high school seniors. Applicants must live in Illinois and be a U.S. citizen, national, or permanent residents.

    You will find the application on our website www.b2si.org/college-sch. Your application must be postmarked by March 1, 2020. Incomplete applications will not be considered. You must include your essay, high school transcript, two letters of recommendation, and a brief summary from the community organization detailing your community involvement.
  • Contact
  • Susanne Mickey
  • 3959 N.Lincoln Ave
  • Chicago, IL 60613
  • Susannemickey@b2si.org
  • 847-268-3550

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