The GCSAA Legacy Awards
Knowing the costs of higher education will continue to rise, The Environmental Institute for Golf developed this program to provide scholarship assistance to the children and grandchildren of GCSAA members who have been active Class A, Superintendent Members, Class C, Class A-Retired, Class B-Retired or Class AA members for five or more consecutive years. Honorees receive a $1,500 award.
Applicants must be enrolled full time at an accredited institution of higher learning, or for high school seniors, they must have been accepted at such an institution for the next academic year. This program is funded by Syngenta Professional Products. The annual deadline is April 15.
Legacy award winners will be ineligible to apply the year following their award. Winners can reapply after a one year hiatus.
The GCSAA Legacy Awards are available to the children and grandchildren of GCSAA members who have been an active member for five or more consecutive years.
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