Hendrick Scholarship Foundation

$16,500

Deadline Varies

Awards Available: 15

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Hendrick Scholarship Foundation seeks to award scholarships to low income Plano ISD high school seniors who persevered to overcome adversity, and who are motivated and academically capable of successfully earning a college degree. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, recent high school graduates of Plano ISD, have at least a 2.5 GPA and have demonstrated financial need. All students who receive funds are required to start school at Collin College. Once they have earned an associate degree, they may transfer to the university of their choice. For more information, or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 2030 Avenue G
  • Suite 1108
  • Plano, TX 75074
  • info@hendrickscholarship.org
  • 972-423-2079

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Shayanna Gray  on 9/21/2020 11:53:57 AM

I would love to apply for this scholarship! it would be a tremendous help for me and my family. I was adopted 2 years ago by my aunt and uncle. They of course took me on without any extra money to help with schooling not knowing they would have me. I am in my senior year of High School and have just been accepted to Ball State University. Any help with schooling would be extremely appreciated.

Arllyn Rodriguez  on 5/17/2020 12:34:31 PM

I would love to apply for this scholarship it would help me out so much. I have been in foster care for 7 years now and I am 18 and about to get on my own, my plan is to use this scholarship for school books and half of the rest to go for a car. Yes, the government pays for your college but they do not pay for your books, so this money would be beneficial and it would also benefit my dorm living and maybe part of it in my future car. Look I'm here applying with the hope of god, so please if you can help me out!

Isaac G  on 4/20/2020 10:30:50 AM

My sister and I were adopted from Kiev Ukraine and we have been here since we were 16 months and my parents are having to be able to cover my sisters college and my college and if I were to win this money for the Hendrick Scholarship. I will be attending Southwestern Adventist University and I'm looking for scholarships so my parents don't have to worry about paying for 2 colleges for both my sister and I

Jurnee J  on 4/15/2020 10:41:43 AM

I would love to apply for this scholarship because with Covid-19 in peak my mother have lost her job and I don't know my father we have no one else. Attending a college have always been my dream, I always wanted to go to college to become a Physical Therapist so I can help other become as strong as I am. I could really use the blessing of this scholarship to cover the rest of my tuition fee.

Michelle P  on 3/29/2020 3:53:00 PM

I am applying for this scholarship because I would like to go to college to futher my education and make my life better then what I have now.

DPALACIOS  on 3/17/2020 3:25:17 PM

Do I have to attend an Texas school

Cloey h  on 3/17/2020 9:15:29 AM

My mom was just recently got divorced and has tons of bills to pay on her own with both of my little brothers as well and still trying to help save for college

Luke T.  on 3/13/2020 3:07:53 AM

I'd love to apply for this scholarship. I was put into foster care with my half brother and half sister at the age of 4. I bounced around through 21 different families and 2 group homes. I was adopted at the age of 16. I have still struggled financially due to many different reasons with the main reason being insufficient transportation to a job. I am currently staying in a hotel living day by day while supporting 3 children and their mother. I would like to give the children a good life without them having to worry about the next move as I did.

Jalen D. S.  on 3/4/2020 11:01:45 AM

I would like like to apply to this scholarship. Growing up, my mom always tried to make sure that my brother and I were taken care of before doing anything for herself. I want to apply for this scholarship because without it I won’t be able to attend school next year. I just simply cannot afford it. Getting my degree means everything to me, and that’s why I really need to apply

Tennessee Love-Sewell  on 2/27/2020 3:08:13 PM

I am interested in applying for this scholarship to continue furthering my education. I went into foster care at the age of 13 (due to my parents willingly giving myself an my 6 siblings up) and bounce around for several years until going to a group home that eventually lead to me going into a foster home. I would like to be one of the first of my siblings to obtain a college degree.

Sydney B  on 2/25/2020 3:53:19 PM

I am interested in applying for the scholarship to pursue the world-changing career I want to do. I come from a low income single mother household. We moved from house to house alot.

Cody S.  on 2/16/2020 5:53:19 PM

Does it matter which school we choose?

Savannah H.  on 2/16/2020 1:38:54 PM

Im a high school student trying to go to college for Physics Major or Engineering. Single parent household and the oldest of 3.

Joseph M  on 2/15/2020 5:48:41 PM

I am a twin and i have an older brother too. My mom is struggling finically and she is a single mother trying to send two kids college.

Trinity Murley  on 2/14/2020 3:12:01 PM

I am going to be a first-generation college student this year from a low-income single mother family with two brothers.

Arianna d  on 2/9/2020 10:15:56 PM

I am a twin that is attending college at the same time also with a younger 7 year old sister. My mom is struggling on her own finically.

Davontay L  on 1/31/2020 8:11:04 AM

I am a former foster child, living with a struggling parent in Flint Michigan, and I am looking for financial help to be the first in my family to go to college.

Emma M  on 1/27/2020 2:50:05 AM

I am a former foster child, adopted by a widowed mother, and I'm looking for financial help to go to college.

Drea w  on 1/22/2020 12:34:01 PM

i am a former foster child looking for help paying my way into school

Isaac Almaraz  on 1/18/2020 6:24:26 PM

I am committed to be a first generation college student.

Adrian E  on 1/15/2020 10:26:28 PM

I am interested in applying for the Hendrick Scholarship to assist with the cost of me attending college.

Rafaela  on 11/9/2018 12:42:29 PM

Hello, we are in California. Any help finding a scholarship for Children of Dom abuse in our area?

Humphrey Tembar  on 10/26/2018 3:33:15 AM

Am a total orphan, kindly help me pay my school fees. Am a student in a Kenyan university.

Tiara D  on 4/6/2016 3:10:34 PM

I'm a 27 year old black female mentally disabled trying to return to school

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