2018-19 Scholarship Database
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Scholarship NameAmountDescriptionDeadlineWhere to apply
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Wake Forest University / Crosby Scholars Scholarship$2,000; Renewable for up to $8,000Wake Forest University will award three $2,000 scholarships annually to graduating Crosby Scholar seniors who have been admitted to WFU. The Wake Forest University/Crosby Scholars Scholarships will be offered to certified Crosby Scholars from historically underrepresented populations or families whose parents did not attend college, who rank within the top 20% of their graduating classes, demonstrate financial need, and successfully complete all requirements of the Crosby Scholars Program. The scholarships will be renewable for four years of undergraduate study for students who continue to uphold the standards of the Crosby Scholars Program and who maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5 at Wake Forest University. 2/3/19Crosby Scholars Student Portal
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Joyce Kohfeldt Determination Award$1,000The Program will award a non-renewable $1,000 scholarship to one graduating Crosby Scholar senior who will enroll in a two- or four-year college or university, who actively participates in community service and extracurricular activities, and who clearly expresses in an essay how any events or special circumstances have impacted his or her educational experience as well as any adversities he or she has overcome. (This scholarship recognizes a senior who has overcome adversity while pursuing his or her educational goals and has emerged with a remarkable story of determination.) 2/3/19Crosby Scholars Student Portal
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Friends of Bernardine Rea$500The Program will award up to five non-renewable $500 scholarships to graduating Crosby Scholar seniors who faithfully participate in service to others and who plan to enroll in a two- or fouryear college or university. Bernardine’s friends wish for this scholarship to assist deserving students in continuing their education with fervor and drive according to their unique abilities, while never forgetting that life is not just about what you accomplish, but how well you treat your neighbors and friends. The student must write an essay clearly describing a time when someone unexpectedly treated them with kindness and compassion, and that how that event influenced their future behavior.2/10/19Crosby Scholars Student Portal
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Mommie J Scholarship$1,500The Program will award a non-renewable $1,500 scholarship to one graduating Crosby Scholar senior who enrolls in a two- or four-year college or university, who faithfully participates in community service and extracurricular activities, and clearly expresses in an essay how a special friendship has helped shape his or her life. 2/10/19Crosby Scholars Student Portal
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Mona W. Lovett Community Volunteer Excellence Award
$1,000The Program will award a non-renewable $1,000 scholarship to the graduating Crosby Scholar senior who provided outstanding service to the community as evidenced by his or her nomination for this award by a local agency. 2/17/19Crosby Scholars Student Portal
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Mona W. Lovett Excellence in Volunteer Leadership Award
$1,000The Program will award a non-renewable $1,000 scholarship to one graduating Crosby Scholar senior who created, spearheaded, or recruited others to participate in a service activity and who describes the journey as a volunteer leader in a clearly-written essay. 2/17/19Crosby Scholars Student Portal
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Mona W. Lovett Outstanding Commitment to Service Award
$1,000The Program will award a non-renewable $1,000 scholarship to one graduating Crosby Scholar senior who completed a minimum of 100 hours of volunteer service during high school and who demonstrates in a clearly-written essay the sacrifices necessary to perform so many hours of service alongside the many demands of academics, extracurricular activities, part-time employment, and/or other commitments. The essay should also address what motivated the applicant to maintain such an extensive commitment to volunteering. 2/17/19Crosby Scholars Student Portal
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Mona W. Lovett Service and Relationships Award$1,000The Program will award a non-renewable $1,000 scholarship to one graduating Crosby Scholar senior who made a significant commitment to volunteer service in grades 9-12 and who submits an essay about a significant relationship developed through volunteering, especially one that might not otherwise have been established.2/17/19Crosby Scholars Student Portal
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Goodwill Willpower Scholarship$1,500The Program will award a non-renewable $1,500 scholarship annually to one graduating Crosby Scholar senior who has weathered adversity resulting from a personal choice and has emerged with a remarkable story of willpower and determination. The applicant must plan to enroll in a two- or four-year college or university. 3/3/19Crosby Scholars Student Portal
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Advancing Capitalism Scholarship$1,250 Renewable for up to $5,000 The Program will award up to three renewable $1,250 scholarships to graduating Crosby Scholar seniors who will enroll in a four-year college or university with either Business or Economics as their intended major, has a cumulative weighted GPA of 3.0 or higher, and who submit an essay utilizing one of three available essay prompts. The scholarship is renewable through four continuous years of undergraduate study for a maximum cumulative award of $5,000 as long as the recipient maintains a 3.0 GPA, a major in business or economics, and provides an annual update on their progress through school. 3/3/19Crosby Scholars Student Portal
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Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity (Gamma Kappa Boule)$1,000The Program will award a non-renewable $1,000 scholarship to two graduating Crosby Scholar African-American males who demonstrate academic achievement by holding a cumulative weighted GPA of 2.0 or higher; and clearly express in an essay the theme of being “My Brother’s Keeper”. 3/10/19Crosby Scholars Student Portal
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AAMPED Scholarship$1,000 The Program will award one non-renewable $1,000 scholarship to one graduating Crosby Scholar senior who has participated in an AAMPED activity, who will enroll in a two- or four-year college or university; has a cumulative weighted GPA of 3.0 or higher; who has successfully completed all requirements of the Crosby Scholars Program from grade 9 through graduation; and who has performed a minimum of ten community service hours during their senior year. The student will clearly demonstrate in an essay how they will apply the principles of servant leadership to their college experience and beyond. 3/17/19Crosby Scholars Student Portal
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Harry Scofield Memorial Book Scholarship$300The Program will award a non-renewable $300 book scholarship to four graduating Crosby Scholar seniors who will enroll in a two- or four-year college or university, who attended the Senior Academy on Scholarships, and who demonstrate academic achievement by holding a cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.0 or higher. Preference will be given to scholars whose parent/guardian is employed by an educational institution; however,
all scholars are eligible to apply.
3/24/19Crosby Scholars Student Portal
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Les and Evelyn Riley Memorial Scholarship$1,200The Program will award a non-renewable $1,200 need-based scholarship to one graduating Crosby Scholar senior who enrolls in a two- or four-year college or university, who demonstrates academic achievement by holding a cumulative weighted GPA of 3.5, and who clearly expresses in an essay how a significant life experience has influenced him or her. 3/31/19Crosby Scholars Student Portal
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Bigs for Success Scholarship$1,000 The Program will award up to three non-renewable $1,000 scholarships to graduating Crosby Scholar seniors who will enroll in a two- or four-year college or university, have a cumulative weighted GPA of 2.5 or higher, who successfully completed their match for the year, and who joined the Bigs for Success Program during their junior year. The student will clearly demonstrate in an essay how mentorship has made an impact on their lives. 3/31/19Crosby Scholars Student Portal
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James L. Einstein College Scholarship$3,000; Renwable The James L. Einstein College Scholarship provides one $3,000 renewable scholarship to a graduating Crosby Scholar senior who will attend a two- or four-year college or university with a cumulative unweighted GPA of 2.5 or higher; who demonstrates participation in community service; and who demonstrates financial need. Preference may be given to Crosby Scholars seniors whose parents are employees of WestRock Company and work in Forsyth County. 4/1/19Apply online through The Winston Salem Foundation at: www.wsfoundation.org/students
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Right Decisions Right Now Scholarship$1,000The Program will award up to three non-renewable $1,000 scholarships to graduating Crosby Scholar seniors who attended a complete week of the Right Decisions/Right Now camp, who demonstrate academic achievement by holding a cumulative weighted GPA of 2.5 or higher, and clearly express in a personal statement why he or she has chosen to remain tobacco free. 4/7/19Crosby Scholars Student Portal
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Jessica Hill Davis Memorial Scholarship$1,200The Program will award a non-renewable $1,200 scholarship to one graduating Crosby Scholar senior who demonstrates academic achievement by holding a cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.0 or higher; enrolls in a two- or four-year college in North Carolina; and clearly expresses in an essay how he or she has always felt different. Preference will be given to recipients of the Crosby Scholars Executive Director’s Award (enrolled in Program since 6th grade without interruption).4/7/19Crosby Scholars Student Portal
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Fulton Carolina Medal Scholarship$1,500; Renewable fo r up to $6,000The Program will award a need-based $1,500 scholarship annually to one graduating Crosby Scholar senior who will enroll at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and who has shown an active and exemplary commitment to service to others. This scholarship is renewable through four years of undergraduate study for a maximum award of $6,000.5/5/19Crosby Scholars Student Portal
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Mary Katherine Dixson ScholarshipVariesThe Program will draw from the Mary Katherine Dixson Trust to award academic scholarships of varying amounts per academic year to graduating Crosby Scholar seniors who require special services in order to succeed in their post-secondary education endeavors. Students must enroll in a two- or four-year college or university or in another post-secondary program of study. Additionally, students must submit documentation from an appropriate high school or college staff member stating that they receive services under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 or through the Exceptional Children’s Program. 5/5/19Crosby Scholars Student Portal
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Dean Smith Integrity Award$1,000The Program will award a non-renewable $1,000 scholarship to one graduating Crosby Scholar senior who will enroll at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and who exemplifies the virtues of integrity, loyalty, and open-mindedness. This award is to honor the memory of Coach Dean Smith and his commitment to both the Crosby National Celebrity Golf Tournament and the Crosby Scholars Invitational Golf Tournament. The award also honors his inspiring record of leadership, service, and excellence. 5/5/19Crosby Scholars Student Portal
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