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Tall Clubs International Student Scholarships

$1,000

March 01, 2019

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Are you under 21 years of age and about to start college in the fall? If so, you may be in luck! TCI annually awards student scholarship(s) of up to $1,000 each to tall students who are under 21 years of age and attending their first year of college in the following fall.

    Eligibility:
    -You must be under 21
    -You must be entering college in the upcoming fall
    -You must also meet the TCI height requirement minimums: 5'10" for women and 6'2" for men, barefoot
    -You must find a local Tall Club member to sponsor you

    If you are interested in applying for a TCI Scholarship Award, you must contact a TCI Member Club closest to you for sponsorship. Even if they don't have a local Student Scholarship, they may simply appoint you as their candidate. Once you have a local sponsor, your name will be submitted to the TCI Foundation. Should the Foundation select you as an award winner, you will be notified by your local sponsoring TCI club and presented with the award.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • tcischolarships@hotmail.com
  • 888-468-2552

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Prisca ohayannaa  on 4/25/2018 4:54:07 AM

I am5'10" ,am applying for thisscholarshi

Gabrielle A.  on 4/5/2018 12:04:56 PM

Tall Queens are here and ready to go to college! I am 6’1 and 6’2 on a good day... also a female

David D.  on 3/30/2018 5:44:26 PM

aye im just tryna get some money

Rob M.  on 2/23/2018 4:01:53 PM

I'm a 6'7" Senior in High School. The weather up here is fine, and I don't know why I have to tell everyone about it. I don't play basketball but everyone seems to think I should. I also didn't know that being this height made me a measuring tool for everyone to use. I am applying for this scholarship because I need money to help pay for college!

tom  on 1/2/2018 8:17:45 AM

i really like the potato one

Jesse C  on 12/19/2017 10:45:57 AM

I'm 6'2 and i am going to apply to this scholarship

trentin h  on 8/29/2017 9:38:54 PM

I am currently 16 years old senior and am already at the height of 6'6. When I saw this scholarship option it honestly spoke to me.

katelyn f  on 9/21/2016 7:32:00 AM

i am applying for this scholarship because i am a 6'0 girl and i am representing with all my other tall ladies. be confident in who you are!

Keziah G  on 12/12/2015 1:59:04 PM

I am applying for this scholarship because I'm a 6'2 girl. Everywhere I go it's as if I'm in an exhibit in a Museum., people always have so many questions. Tall people are beautiful!!!

edwin g  on 11/2/2015 7:46:34 PM

I am applying for this scholarship to help pay for college. I am 6'4" and I would love to represent my fellow tall men.

Kevin R  on 5/29/2013 5:31:19 PM

I am applying for this scholarship to help pay for my schooling at Hofstra University. I am 5'11" and I would love nothing more than to represent my fellow tall men.

Brianna H  on 1/12/2013 9:07:52 PM

i am applying for this scholarship because i am 5' 10" and i would like to empower my fellow tall ladies to keep moving forward!

Willow B  on 12/19/2011 4:42:59 PM

6'2" as a girl? mind as well make it worth my while!

Rebecca K  on 11/10/2011 11:15:49 PM

i apllied for this scholarship because i am pretty tall. I am 5'10, and that is tall for being a girl.

Madison W  on 11/3/2011 3:30:32 PM

Definitely applying! Tired of the stupid tall jokes! Using this for my advantage!

mitzy l  on 10/27/2011 7:57:31 PM

Finally, another way to be appreciated for being tall.

Shawnta H  on 9/26/2011 7:20:37 AM

Yes, I applied for the scholarship. Why? Because I think that being tall has its advantages. This scholarship will come in handy.

T'Asia B  on 8/30/2011 11:08:26 AM

I'm 6ft tall so yes I will also be applying for this scholarship

janequa h  on 8/15/2011 1:18:51 PM

I am aplying fo this scholarship because im 5'10 also because people always talk about my height and im taking it and making it positive.

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