Selma McKrill Brown Scholarship

The Selma McKrill Brown Scholarship provides financial assistance to any person seeking to improve their skills or advance their education by attending any properly accredited or certified educational origanization or program. The recipients are selected by a scholarship committee after careful consideration the scholastic record, financial need, record, or service in the Armed Forces (if any) and the goals of the applicant. The scholarship may be used for a college or university, business school, a vocational school, a professional training program or any accredited course.


To be eligible for this award, applicant must meet the following criteria:
- The student MUST be a U.S. citizen, a resident of Kosciusko County, Indiana at the time of his or her graduation from high school, and an active member of a church
- The student must submit TWO letters of recommendation - one from his or her high school principal or college professor and one from the pastor of his or her church - and a copy of his or her transcript
- Applicants may re-apply for continuance of the scholarship while in undergraduate schooling

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