SVS (Balaji) Temple of Greater Chicago

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 fund will provide a $10,000 scholarship to those students who will begin their undergraduate programs in the fall. The scholarship will be distributed in equal installments over four years to the winning student(s). The scholarship will be awarded 50 percent based on merit and 50 percent based on financial need.


The number of scholarships that will be provided is dependent on annual fundraising. The scholarships will be distributed to the winning student(s) over four years, paid directly to the college on the student’s behalf. We anticipate having at least two scholarships per year. For more information, please visit our website.

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