Dave DeBusschere Scholarship Program

Eligible undergraduate applicants are members of the National Basketball Retired Players Association, Inc. or children of former professional basketball players. Applicants must have the nomination form submitted by a former professional basketball player, complete the Award Application Form and the required essay, have the Academic Recommendation Form submitted by an academic teacher of the candidate's choice, and have the Scholastic Record Form along with an official copy of their transcript submitted by the candidate's present school. The student's parent(s) or the NBRPA member must complete the Annual Income and Expenses Form, as well as provide a current copy of their Federal Tax Return; If you applied for federal aid, please submit a copy of your FAFSA which contains the Student Aid Report (SAR).



All forms must be post-marked and sent to the NBRPA Scholarship Committee by the scheduled due date in order for the application to be considered. Applications are available each spring.

Mail to:
NBRPA Scholarship Committee
Attn: Adrian Colon
475 Park Avenue South
6th Floor
New York, New York 10016

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