Greensboro Community Swim Association

-The Greensboro Community Swim Association (CSA) manages the Annual College

Scholarship Program allocated by vote of the Board of Directors. The scholarships are
awarded based upon the decision of the Scholarship Selection Committee, in accordance
with the following criteria:
-Eligibility for Scholarship
Scholarship applicants shall be current CSA swimmers who are in their final year of
eligibility with CSA, have been on a CSA team for a minimum of 2 years and reside in
Guilford County, NC. They must be accepted into an accredited institution of higher
education.
-Term of Scholarship
The scholarship is a single grant, NOT a recurring annual scholarship. It will be paid
directly to the accredited institution of higher education to which the individual has been
accepted.
-Amount of Scholarship
The total amount available for all the annual scholarships will be determined by a vote of
the CSA Board of Directors. Four girls and four boys will each be awarded $500.00
scholarships for 2014.

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