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Ronald McDonald House Charities Asia Scholarship

Local Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Chapters, with support from RMHC Global and McDonald’s Corporation, offer scholarships to students from communities who face limited access to educational and career opportunities. These scholarships are part of the RMHC and McDonald’s ongoing commitment to education.


RMHC began its support of scholarship programs in 1985, by committing $50,000 toward the first scholarships awarded through the Hispanic American Commitment to Education Resources (HACER) program. In 2001, the RMHC/ASIA (Asian Students Increasing Achievement) and RMHC African American Future Achievers Scholarships began. To date, RMHC has awarded more than $19 million to help high school seniors attend college. RMHC is now broadening the scope of their national scholarship program. Beginning in Fall, students of all backgrounds are eligible to apply for the RMHC National Scholarship Program.

To apply for a RMHC Scholarship, a student must:
- Be a high school senior
- Be younger than 21 years old
- Be eligible to attend a two- or four-year college or university with a full course of study
- Be a legal U.S. resident
- Live in a participating local RMHC Chapter’s geographic area
- Submit a complete application and all required documentation by the deadline
- RMHC/ASIA: Applicant must have at least one parent of Asian/Pacific-Islander heritage

Please note when applying online, the "access key" for this program is: RMHC

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