The University Credit Union's annual student scholarships are designed to recognize outstanding UCU student members (high school, undergraduate, and/or graduate students) who have demonstrated leadership initiative in addressing educational inequities or are making a positive impact in their communities. The scholarship awards are available to any university students or high school students that have been accepted into an accredited educational institution, who meet the eligibility criteria listed below.
- The scholarship awards are open to high school and university students accepted into accredited educational institutions.
- UCU offers three distinct scholarships:
- Al Aubin Advocacy Scholarship for students who advocate for underrepresented students in higher education.
- Jane Permaul Women in Leadership Scholarship for students dedicated to eliminating barriers for women in leadership roles.
- University Credit Union Financial Advantage Scholarship for students using education to positively impact their community.
- These scholarships are part of UCU's commitment to strengthening communities and supporting academic excellence.
- Applicants must be accepted into an accredited educational institution.
- Applicant or applicant's parent must be a UCU member
- Specific eligibility criteria may vary depending on the scholarship, but all scholarships prioritize leadership and community impact.
- Review the eligibility criteria for the scholarship(s) you wish to apply for.
- Complete the scholarship application by providing required documents and information.
- Submit your application by the specified deadline.
UCU is offering the Al Aubin Advocacy Scholarship for students who have advocated, supported, or are helping to alleviate barriers for underrepresented students in higher education, the Jane Permaul Women in Leadership Scholarship for students who have supported, influenced, or shown leadership efforts to eliminate barriers for women in leadership roles and the University Credit Union Financial Advantage Scholarship for students who plan to use or are currently using their education to positively impact their community.