M. Verna Butterer Educational Trust

The M. Verna Butterer Educational Trust offers a combination scholarship and interest free loan to Bucks County, Pennsylvania residents that demonstrate a financial need and want to pursue a post high school education. A recipient of a scholarship/loan may be eligible for up to four years of funding for attendance at colleges, universities, technical schools, nursing schools end other post secondary educational institutions located within the U.S. The maximum annual award may not exceed $10,000, indexed for inflation. The loan portion of the award is half of the total awarded and requires a promissory note be signed for each payment made on a student's behalf. Each promissory note must be repaid within five years after the date of graduation; there is no interest on the loan. Applicants may be asked to verify the financial information contained in this Application and on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.


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