College Fund of Pinellas County Grant

$4,000

July 19, 2019

Awards Available: 18

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The College Fund provides funds to supplement the college scholarships of qualified students. Grants are $1,000 per school year ($500 per semester) until the student receives a maximum of $4,000 or graduates with a bachelor's degree, whichever comes first; however, retention in the program is dependent upon a review of student grades, course load, and financial need after each semester. To qualify for a grant from the College Fund, a student must be a U.S. citizen with permanent home address in Pinellas County and be a recipient of a Pell grant. See the College Fund website for additional requirements. Application form can be downloaded from website. Deadline for application is July 19. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Dr. Regan Musgrove
  • P.O. Box 7425
  • Seminole, FL 33775
  • info@collegefundpinellas.org
  • 727-541-4656

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