Foundation for College Christian Leaders Scholarships
The purpose of the Foundation is to assist Christian individuals with identified leadership history, high academic achievement and financial need with academic, vocational and ministry training to further the Kingdom of Jesus Christ.
The following are the minimum guidelines that must be met before a candidate will be considered for scholarship:
1. Christian testimony, and verifiable Christian leadership.
2. Entering undergraduate studies, or currently attempting to attain a degree. (Occasionally we assist graduate level students who meet all other criteria).
3. 3.0 GPA or better.
4. Financial need. Combined income of parents and student is below $60,000. Foundation students natural and step-parents' incomes are included in that income ceiling.
5. Primary residence or attending college must be in California, Oregon, or Washington.
Notifications of awards are sent in June. Special consideration is given to minority students.
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