All the students who are eager to start their journey with the fantastic Santa Fe College Foundation are welcome to a brilliant chance. Along with a valuable academic curriculum, the Santa Fe is inviting you to apply for its extremely beneficial Santa Fe College Foundation. Applicants should be a United States citizen and plan to enroll as a full-time student at the Santa Fe College. Few scholarships are available for part-time enrollment too. Candidates should be degree-seeking.
The goal of this program is to provide considerable financial support to the deserving students and make education easy for them. The college understands that it is not easy for students to complete their higher studies as it comes with a lot of effort and financial requirements. And to help students with these requirements, the college has designed these scholarships. The programs make education fun for students by freeing them from the worries of debts.
From “1969” until today, the Foundation has been working hard to provide funds to support the students at Santa Fe College. Santa Fe College Foundation inspires, cultivates, and assists private donors to enrich Santa Fe College students and our community through scholarships, program enhancements, and facilities support. Every dollar donated goes directly to benefit Santa Fe College students and their community. The majority of money donated goes to student scholarships (90%), but other amounts go to facilities (7%) and S.F. programs (3%). Between 1973 and 2019, we have awarded over 11,593 scholarships valued at over $17,644,848 million.
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Check the table below for more details about the scholarships:
|Organization||Santa Fe College|
|Educational Level||Freshman students|
|Access Mode||Offline and Online|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
Who May Be Eligible?
Take a look at requirements to be eligible for these scholarships:
- The fellow should be a U.S. Citizen with in-state fees.
- Candidate should plan to enroll as a full-time student (12 credit hours) at Santa Fe College. A few scholarships allow for part-time enrollment.
- Applicants should be degree-seeking. Most scholarships require A.A., AS, or Certificate. A few scholarships allow for bachelors.
- High School students or students that have never attended college must provide official high school transcripts showing a minimum 2.0 GPA.
How to Apply
Eligible candidates can apply for the scholarship using their credentials on the official portal. The academic transcript must be forwarded to the Office for Advancement, S.F. Foundation Scholarship Committee, 3000 NW 83 Street, RAB 207, Gainesville, FL 32606. High school students should contact their Guidance Counselors to forward transcripts for them. If a college GPA is unavailable, high school transcripts must be provided. Fellows should complete the scholarship application with all the required details and materials.
- An official high school transcript should be provided.
- Fully completed application form to be submitted.
Benefits differ from scholarship to scholarship. These scholarships provide considerable financial support to the selected candidates and make education easy for the students. The amount should be utilized to pay the educational expenses of the candidates like fees, tuition, and others related to their academic program. Candidates may need to maintain some academics standards if the scholarship is renewable.
Applications for the program are now open to apply.