The Charles J. Hasbrouck Memorial Scholarship, administered jointly with the Hasbrouck Family Association, is a $1,000 award that may be divided if necessary. Applicants must be undergraduate students studying historic preservation, architecture, the conservation of artifacts and manuscripts, and/or the education of the public about local history in accordance with HHS’ mission. The Gertrude E. Hasbrouck Memorial Scholarships are four annual awards of $3,500 each, awarded independently by the Hasbrouck Family Association.
Additional scholarships may be awarded by the Hasbrouck Family Association under appropriate circumstances. Applicants must be of documented New Paltz Huguenot descent, and are required to submit an ancestry form.
In order to be considered for a scholarship for the coming academic year, completed application packets must be received by August 31. All applicants must submit a completed application form, two letters of recommendation, a statement of the applicant's goals, and an official transcript. Transcripts must be official copies and must either be a) mailed directly to Historic Huguenot Street in an unopened, sealed, and marked envelope from the registrar, or b) be remitted to the HHS Business Manager via email directly from the college. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.