SVS (Balaji) Temple of Greater Chicago

  • Website Address
  • http://svsbalaji.force.com/Scholarship
  • Contact
  • Harisha Koneru
  • Address
  • 1145 Sullivan Road
  • Aurora, IL 60506
  • Email Address
  • balajiauxiliary@yahoo.com
  • Application Deadline
  • May 15, 2017
  • Number Of Awards
  • 2
  • Maximum Amount
  • $10,000
  • Scholarship Description
  • SVS (Balaji) Temple, under guidance of the Board of Trustees and the Auxiliary Committee, has developed a Scholarship Fund to help provide a valuable and needed program to our devotees and their families. The scholarship is awarded to first year students who are enrolled full time at accredited undergraduate programs. The scholarship will be distributed in equal installments over four years, paid to the college by the student. The number of scholarships provided depends on annual fundraising.

    Eligibility/Requirements
    -Submit high school transcripts
    -Submit a copy of your FAFSA application with the Student Aid Report (SAR) or a SAR Acknowledgement
    -Must have one letter of recommendation
    -Email intent to apply
    -Mail in application, or drop off directly at the office
    -Finalists may be asked to participate in a phone interview.
    -All scholarship recipients must be continuously enrolled in an accredited college program during the scholarship period, maintain a minimum B average and have no criminal record.

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