Charles H. & Esther P. Miller Scholarship

To be eligible for the Charles H. & Esther P. Miller Scholarship, applicant must:

- Be a current graduating senior of Elmwood-Murdock High School in Murdock, Nebraska
- Be seeking a two or four-year degree from an accredited institution of his/her choice
- Demonstrate academic achievement while in high school
- Demonstrate financial need as determined by the institute's cost of education minus expected family contributions and other financial aid the applicant may be receiving

The Lincoln Community Foundation shall determine the number and amount of scholarships to be awarded each year. These numbers and amounts may change annually. It is required that the applicant successfully complete the Lincoln Community Foundation Application Form and submit that form, including required attachments, to the local scholarship committee at Elmwood-Murdock High School by March 15th. The Lincoln Community Foundation Financial Information Form is to be sent directly to the Lincoln Community Foundation by March 15th for full consideration of request.

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