SILA Post Secondary College Scholarship

$2,500

May 31, 2020

Awards Available: 10

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The SILA Foundation awards ten (10) $2,500 scholarships for use at an accredited post-secondary college or university. Students must be enrolled in one of the following disciplines: insurance studies, finance or accounting, business administration, marketing, or education. Applicants must be enrolled in a minimum of nine (9) credit hours at an accredited post-secondary school or be employed full-time and enrolled in a minimum of six (6) credit hours at an accredited post-secondary school. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 343 Prebster Drive
  • Brownsburg, IN 46112
  • scholarships@silafoundation.org
  • 866-247-1284

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Jada M  on 5/30/2019 10:46:52 AM

I applied because I am trying to go into finance and the SILA scholarship would allow me to further understand my field by helping me attend Penn STate and later transfer to Cornell University.

Nathan C  on 5/13/2019 12:23:38 AM

I would like to apply. I have a 4.4 GPA and would like to become a Doctor one day. I want to give back to my community and help others. I can best do that by obtaining my dream of becoming a doctor. Thank you for you help. Nathan C.

aziz ur rehman  on 10/31/2018 9:12:52 AM

Sir I am student of 10th class. Now I am looking one best college on new York please help me

Shreya B  on 5/28/2018 9:15:57 AM

To apply, should I mail the letter to the address provided above?

Denise N  on 5/23/2018 6:44:47 PM

I believe that If I won this scholarship i may be able to go to college and get more knowledge or developed my accounting and marketing skills.

Lauretta S  on 1/18/2016 2:53:42 PM

Unfortunately, you cannot download or submit an application until it becomes available on the website which won't be until April 1st.

Jennifer C  on 5/4/2015 1:23:32 PM

I applied :)

Cheyenna L  on 4/21/2015 5:37:05 PM

I applied for this scholarship because I am a young woman who works full time to support myself. My parents don't help pay for anything. I want to return to school without having to worry about paying for it along with my other bills.

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