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ARFORA Undergraduate Scholarship for Women

The ARFORA Undergraduate Scholarship for Women is exclusively for female students who are members of a parish of The Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of America.The ARFORA Undergraduate Scholarship for Women was offered for the first time in 1994. Two scholarships, each for $1000.00, will be awarded to selected students who have successfully completed their first year of an undergraduate program.


Requirements
- The applicant must be a voting member of a parish of The Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of America.
- She must have successfully completed her first year in an accredited university or college.
- She must be registered in an accredited undergraduate university or college for her next year of study.
- Three letters of recommendation must be mailed sealed, directly to the attention of the ARFORA Undergraduate Scholarship Committee at the address listed below: one from the parish priest, and two from individuals not related to the applicant, attesting to her character.
- A photograph must be included with the above specified information.
- A formal letter projecting the applicant’s plans, including personal goals, projected use of degree, church and community involvement, honors and awards, shall constitute formal application.

This complete application must be in the hands of the Committee by May 10th. Send request for application to:
ARFORA Scholarship Committee
Adela M. Price
222 Orchard Park Dr.
New Castle, PA 16105

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