Ruby Marsh Eldred Scholarship

Under the provisions of the Last Will and Testament of Ruby Marsh Eldred, a portion of her estate has been set aside as a trust, the income from which to be used as a scholarship fund to assist deserving students in continuing their formal educations. The scholarship is granted with the expectation that it may be awarded four times over a period not to exceed five consecutive years. Renewal is based upon continued financial need and the total college record.


Any student who has been a resident of the central or western sections of Crawford County, PA for at least one year, who plans to enroll in a regionally accredited four-year college or accredited two-year junior or community college, and who ranks in the top 25% of his or her secondary school graduation class may submit an application.

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