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The St. Joseph Masonic Lodge #437 has two $100 Wood Badge Scholarships available. Eligibility requirements will be decided based on income and need. If interested, please contact David Suloff, PM, Secretary with the St. Joseph Masonic Lodge #437 at 269.926.7805 or via e-mail at davidsuloff@yahoo.com  
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This directory is published by the Boy Scouts of America in cooperation with schools,
colleges, and universities to provide Boy Scouts, Varsity Scouts, and Explorers with
information and aid in obtaining an education. Requests and applications for scholarships
or loans should be directed to the institutions as indicated in the descriptions.

There is a lot of information available on financial help today. Many libraries have
publications, and school counselors may have knowledge of many scholarships and funds.

Some sources of helpful information follow:

A Guide for Parents and Students. This brochure outlines steps parents and students
should be taking in planning financially for education beyond high school. It lists additional sources for information. One free copy is available from:
The American Legion, Attn: Americanism and Children and Youth Division,
P.O. Box 1055, Indianapolis, IN 46206.

Need a Lift? A comprehensive resource, it features an annually updated listing of educational opportunities, careers, loans, and scholarships. Write the American Legion, National Emblem Sales, P.O. Box 1055, Indianapolis, IN 46206. The 1995-96 45th edition costs $3 each, prepaid.

Citizens' Scholarship Foundation of America, Inc. Citizens' Scholarship Foundation of
America, Inc., is a national nonprofit organization that provides tax-exempt status,
resources, and material to help communities organize local scholarship foundations called Dollars for Scholars. No scholarships are available directly from CSFA. For more information, write to CSFA Dollars for Scholars, P.O. Box 297, St. Peter, MN 56082.

Basic Grants Program from the U.S. Department of Education provides grants to first-time,
full-time students who plan to attend college, a vocational technical school, or hospital
school of nursing. Ask your school guidance counselor for information.


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Albright College,
Reading, Pennsylvania

An unlimited number of $500 scholarships are available, renewable annually for up to
four years, to any student regardless of Scouting rank. These scholarships are available
from college funds and are awarded based on need.

Applicants must submit all usually required financial aid documents to:
Albright College, P.O. Box 15234, Reading, PA 19612-5234.


Columbia College, Columbia, Missouri
Columbia College will offer a $500 scholarship to any Explorer post member who is
admitted to the college for an academic program. Columbia offers strong career programs in
law enforcement and criminal justice, and business administration courses in shopping center management and travel management. They are very attractive programs for Explorer posts.
For information, write Columbia College, 1001 and Rogers, Columbia, MO 65216.


Dowling College, Oakdale, Long Island, New York
The Nathaniel M. Giffen Memorial Endowed Scholarship is a $2,000, four-year scholarship awarded annually to two freshmen (men or women) who have demonstrated a strong
background in Scouting, who have shown fine academic achievement on the secondary
school level, who enroll full-time to pursue a baccalaureate degree at Dowling, and who demonstrate financial need. The scholarship is named in honor of Scouter Nat Giffen, a noted banker, community leader, and Dowling College trustee. For more information, contact:
Dowling College, Director of Financial Aid, Oakdale, N.Y. 11769, 516-244-3110.


Missouri Valley College, Marshall, Missouri
Explorers and Brotherhood members of the Order of the Arrow who meet admissions requirements are eligible for awards of $18,000. These awards are made in annual
increments of a $5,000 scholarship and a $1,500 work-and-learn stipend over four years
of study at Missouri Valley College.

Missouri Valley College is a coeducational, liberal-arts college that promotes leadership
in its students through the work-and-learn program and campus involvement. The college
offers bachelor degrees in twenty-seven areas, including Human Service Agency
Management. This program is designed for students seeking careers in Scouting and other youth or volunteer agencies.

Further information on programs, admission procedures, and financial aid is available from the: Director of Admissions,
Missouri Valley College,
500 East College Street,
Marshall, MO 65340, 816-886-6924.


Paul Smith's College of Arts and Sciences, Paul Smiths, New York
Paul Smith's College will offer a $500 scholarship to a maximum of three selected first-year students per year. The recipients must have received a national William T. Hornaday Award for distinguished service in conservation, and be admitted to attend Paul Smith's College. For further information contact Financial Aid Office, Paul Smith's College, Routes 86 and 30, Paul Smiths, NY 12970.


Springfield College, Springfield, Massachusetts
An annual award is given from the Mortimer L. Schiff Scholarship Endowment Fund to an outstanding Scout, with the highest ideals of Scouting, who wishes to train for professional leadership in boys' work only at Springfield College. One scholarship of $600 is available on a year-to-year basis. It is renewable. Students holding scholarships are given preference over new applicants. There is no special application for this scholarship; however, students are expected to complete the regular Springfield College financial aid application process.
Apply to Director of Financial Aid, Springfield College, Springfield, MA 01109.


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COLLEGE OF CHOICE

Army ROTC Scholarships
    Army ROTC offers high school juniors and seniors four-year undergraduate scholarships.
The scholarships pay an annually established amount for tuition and mandatory educational fees. The scholarships also pay miscellaneous fees and a flat rate for textbooks, classroom supplies, and equipment. Scholarships are awarded based on SAT or ACT scores, grade point average, extracurricular activities, a personal interview, a physical aptitude test, and leadership potential. Students who intend to pursue engineering or physical science degrees are given additional consideration. Scholarship recipients incur no military obligation until their
sophomore year. Upon graduation, all ROTC graduates are commissioned as second lieutenants in the U.S. Army and must serve on active and/or reserve duty for eight years.
    For more information, write to:
ARMY ROTC Scholarships,
Fort Monroe, VA, 23651-5000
or call 800-USA-ROTC.


Captain James J. Regan Memorial Scholarship
    In 1974, Captain James J. Regan, Pennsylvania State Police, organized a group of law enforcement professionals whose specialty is technical support of investigations. The organization is composed of United States and Canadian law enforcement and intelligence officers from various local, state, provincial, federal, and military agencies. In 1990, the National Technical Investigators Association approved establishing a scholarship in the name of the late founder in keeping with his philosophy of excellence through education. This merit-based award is a $500 one-time scholarship. At least two scholarships will be awarded annually. The recognition will be presented at the national law enforcement Explorer conference or at a local ceremony.
    Any law enforcement Explorer who is in the twelfth grade or in an accredited college program may apply. Candidates will be evaluated based on their academic record, leadership ability, extracurricular activities, and a personal statement on "What significance I place on a technical background in law enforcement." The application must be received no later than March 31. Submit four copies and the original of both the application form and all support materials to Exploring Division, S210, Boy Scouts of America, 1325 West Walnut Hill Lane, P.O. Box 152079, Irving, TX 75015-2079.


Eisenhower Memorial Scholarship Foundation, Bloomington, Indiana
    They are limited to certain Indiana colleges. Applicants are judged on scholastic performance, leadership potential, and promise of becoming opinion leaders. They must have open and inquiring minds, faith in a Divine Being, and a firm belief in the free-enterprise system and the American way of life. Selection is by a rigorous process of competition and screening. Financial need is not a consideration. Write Eisenhower Memorial Scholarship Foundation, Inc., 223 South Pete Ellis Drive, Suite 27, Bloomington, IN 47408.


E. Urner Goodman Scholarship
    The Order of the Arrow provides $20,000 annually in college scholarships to Arrowmen planning for a career in the professional service of the Boy Scouts of America. Scholarships, ranging up to $4,000 each, are awarded each year in March from the Order of the Arrow Trust Fund. This scholarship is administered by the National Order of the Arrow Committee. Applications are available from:
The Order of the Arrow, S214,
Boy Scouts of America,
1325 West Walnut Hill Lane,
P.O. Box 152079,
Irving, TX 75015-2079.
    
Send a self-addressed, stamped envelope with a notation in the lower left corner, "Order of the Arrow Scholarship Application." Applications for scholarships to be awarded in March
must be received by the national director of the Order of the Arrow no later than December 15.


Law Enforcement Assistance Award
    This award is available to Explorers who assist law enforcement agencies with meaningful and exceptional service. Candidates must have performed "an act which assisted in the prevention or solution of a serious crime or an act which assisted in leading to the apprehension of a felony suspect wanted by a law enforcement agency."
    The award consists of an engraved plaque, a $1,000 scholarship presented by the Retired Agents Society of Secret Service, payable to an accredited college or university for tuition only. Four copies and the original of both the application form and all support materials must be submitted by March 31 to Exploring Division, S210, Boy Scouts of America, 1325 West Walnut Hill Lane, P.O. Box 152079, Irving, TX 75015-2079.


Sheryl A. Horak Law Enforcement Explorer Memorial Scholarship
    The Sheryl A. Horak Law Enforcement Explorer Memorial endowment was instituted to provide scholarship opportunities to law enforcement Explorers who demonstrate superior potential as career law enforcement executives. Any law enforcement Explorer who is at least in the twelfth grade may apply. Candidates will be evaluated according to their academic record, leadership ability, extracurricular activities, and their personal statement on "Why I want to pursue a career in law enforcement."
    This merit-based award involves a $1,000, one-time scholarship. Many scholarships will be granted according to the yield of the endowment. It also includes a plaque and pin. The recognition will be presented at the national law enforcement Explorer conference or at a local ceremony.
    Four copies and the original of both the application form and all support materials must be received no later than March 31. Send applications to Exploring Division, S210, Boy Scouts of America, 1325 West Walnut Hill Lane, P.O. Box 152079, Irving, TX 75015-2079.


The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Special Agents' Scholarship
    The bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Special Agents' Scholarships are presented every other year to law enforcement Explorers whose achievements reflect the high degree of motivation, commitment, and community concern that epitomize the law enforcement profession. The ATF scholarships are awarded in the amount of $1,000 payable to an accredited college or university for tuition only. The funds for the scholarships come from contributions from ATF agents, therefore the number of recipients for this scholarship may vary.
    Applications are available from the BSA national office and local council service centers, as well as district and field offices of the ATF. Submit the completed application to the BSA local council by March 15 for certification. The application, along with the required attachments, must be completed and submitted by April 1 to Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, Attention: Liaison Program Manager, 650 Massachusetts Avenue, Room 7150, Washington, DC 20226.


United States Customs Service Law Enforcement Explorer Scholarships
    United States Customs Service Law Enforcement Explorer scholarships will be presented annually to law enforcement Explorers whose achievements reflect the high degree of motivation, commitment, and community concern that epitomize the law enforcement profession. Scholarships are awarded in the amount of $1,000, payable to an accredited college or university for tuition only.
    The candidate must be a registered Explorer, active in a law enforcement post, and be at least a high school senior by March 1 of the year for which he or she is being considered.
    Complete the application and submit it to the local council for certification by March 15. Applications, along with the required attachments, must be completed and submitted by March 31 to U.S. Customs Service, Attention: Law Enforcement Liaison Office, 1301 Constitution Avenue, Room 3422, Washington, DC 20229.


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    As an Eagle Scout, there are many scholarship opportunities available to you.  Some only apply if you go to a certain school, or a school in a certain state.  Others require a parent or grandparent to be a member of the granting organization.  Some require proof of need, others do not.  Be sure that your high school college counselor knows that you are an Eagle Scout and interested in special scholarships.  When you apply or are accepted by a school and you are talking to them about financial aid, ask if they have any special scholarships for Eagle Scouts.  There is a wealth of information available on the web about scholarships for Eagle Scouts.  Try your favorite search engine with "Eagle Scout" Scholarship.  The listing below is just some of the many sites with information.

http://www.scouting.org/nesa/scholar/
NESA (National Eagle Scout Association) Scholarships

Hall/McElwain Merit Scholarships
The Hall/McElwain merit scholarships for Eagle Scouts provides 80 scholarships (20 are awarded in each region). Each scholarship is for $1,500 for tuition, books, and/or room and board expenses.

Other Scholarships:
A separate application is available for scholarships that are provided through the Mabel and Lawrence S. Cooke Scholarship Endowment, the Elks National Foundation, and the National Eagle Scout Scholarship Fund. Following is a brief outline of each scholarship.

Mabel and Lawrence S. Cooke Scholarship
This scholarship, the largest awarded by NESA, was established by Lawrence S. Cooke in memory of his late wife, Mabel Cooke. One scholarship of up to $48,000 (up to $12,000 per year) and four $20,000 scholarships ($5,000 a year for four years) are given annually.

Elks National Foundation Scholarships
Four scholarships of $8,000 ($2,000 per year) and four scholarships of $4,000 ($1,000 per year) are given annually. These scholarships are awarded by the NESA selection committee and forwarded to the Elks National Foundation. Funds are distributed through the Elks National Foundation based on its own criteria.

National Eagle Scout Scholarship Fund
Scholarships provided vary each year, depending on the funds available. To be sure you are using the correct form, call the national Eagle Scout Service, 972-580-2431


http://www.legion.org/
The American Legion annually honors The American Legion Eagle Scout of the Year at its National Convention. The winner of the competition receives a $10,000 scholarship and the three runners-up each are awarded $2,500 scholarships. Further information is available from Department Adjutants, or the Americanism and Children & Youth Division:

The American Legion
P.O. Box 1055.
Indianapolis, IN 46206


http://www.eaglescoutscholarships.com/
This is a new scholarship fund set up by Mr. & Mrs. Arch McColl to honor those boys in scouting who have achieved the rank of Eagle. It provides $1,000 per semester, up to $2,000, for the freshman year at college for the Eagle Scout who writes the best essay of "What scouting meant to me."


http://www.jewishscouting.org/awards/eagle.html
Frank L. Weil Memorial Eagle Scout Scholarship Program.  
    Frank L. Weil was a long time chairman of the National Jewish Committee on Scouting.   The recipient of the Frank L. Weil Memorial Eagle Scout Scholarship will receive a $1000 scholarship. Two second-place scholarship awards will be given in the amount of $500 each.

Chester M. Vernon Memorial Eagle Scout Scholarship Program
The Vernon Scholarship was first awarded in 1993 in memory of a dedicated Jewish Scouter and Eagle Scout. The recipient of the Chester M. Vernon Memorial Eagle Scout Scholarship will receive a $1000 scholarship per year for four years. The scholarship is given every other year.


www.sar.org/youth/eagle.htm
Open to all Eagle Scouts who are currently registered in an active unit and have not reached their 19th birthday during the year of application. (The application year is the calendar year, 01 Jan. to 31 Dec.) The year that Eagle was awarded is not restricted. College plans do not need to be completed in order to receive the cash scholarship. Three cash scholarship awards are given: As the National First Place winner - $8,000.00; Runner-up - $4,000.00; 2nd runner-up - $2,000.00. You may apply more than one year if you meet the age requirements but no more than $8,000.00 total may be granted to any one Eagle Scout.


Eastern Orthodox Committee on Scouting, Freeport, New York
The Eastern Orthodox Committee on Scouting offers one $1,000 scholarship and one $500 scholarship upon acceptance to a four-year accredited college or university. The eligible applicant must be a registered member of a Boy Scout unit; be an Eagle Scout; be an active member of an Eastern Orthodox Church; have received the Alpha Omega Religious Award; have demonstrated practical citizenship in his church, school, Scouting unit, and community; and be enrolled in his final year of an accredited high school. Applications are available from George N. Boulukos, Scholarship Chairman, Eastern Orthodox Committee on Scouting, 862 Guy Lombardo Avenue, Freeport, NY 11520.


Frank D. Visceglia Memorial Scholarship
The Frank D. Visceglia Memorial Scholarship Fund supports educational opportunities for students who will have a direct impact on our ability to meet the needs of the next century in achieving the delicate balance between the economy and the environment. The scholarship is underwritten by the National Association of Industrial and Office Parks and Association for Commercial Real Estate. The applicant must be an Eagle Scout. Preference will be given to those Eagle Scouts whose Eagle service projects are related to the environment and/or the economy. (A description of that project will be among the deciding factors in awarding the scholarship.) The scholarship amount is $1,000. The recipient must have been accepted to, have applied for, or plan to attend an accredited four-year college. Deadline for applications is September 30. Mail applications to Frank D. Visceglia Memorial Scholarship Program, Dennis Kohl, Scout Executive, 12 Mount Pleasant Turnpike, Denville, NJ 07834.


COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
Eagle Scout Scholarships                                                             h
Some Colleges or Universities offer their own Eagle Scout Scholarship. For more information, contact the financial aid offices of the following universities or schools:

Birmingham-Southern College, Birmingham, Alabama
Funds are provided by Birmingham-Southern College for one $10,000 scholarship--$2,500 per year for four years--to an Eagle Scout the college judges as most deserving from those who participate in its Eagle Scout scholarship competition. The award is made on the basis of academic record, test scores, and recommendations. For information and an application, contact Office of Admissions, Birmingham-Southern College, 900 Arkadelphia Road, Birmingham, AL 35254.


Columbia College, Columbia, Missouri
Columbia College will offer a $500 scholarship to any Eagle Scout who is admitted to the college for an academic program. Columbia offers strong career programs in law enforcement and criminal justice, and business administration courses in shopping center management and travel management. They are very attractive programs for Explorer posts. For information, write Columbia College, 1001 and Rogers, Columbia, MO 65216.


Drury College, Springfield, Missouri
Drury College will offer a $500 Leadership Scholarship to any Eagle Scout who is admitted to the college as a degree-seeking student. The Leadership Scholarship is renewable each year provided a 2.5 grade-point average is maintained. In addition to being an Eagle Scout, you must submit a resume listing leadership activities in high school to the office of admissions by March 15, and be admitted to the college. For further information, contact the Office of Admissions, Drury College, 900 North Benton Avenue, Springfield, MO 65802.


Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, Arizona
The Presidential Leadership Eagle Award is $300 awarded yearly to Boy Scouts who have achieved the Eagle Scout rank. Proof of achievement is required. This scholarship is renewable each year the student maintains at least a 3.0 grade-point average and is enrolled full-time (12 credit hours minimum). The award is applied to tuition only. For details, write to Scholarship Coordinator, Financial Aid Office, Grand Canyon University, 3300 West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ, 85017.


Johnson & Wales University, Providence, Rhode Island
A $1,200 award is given to selected freshmen who have achieved the rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America. For further information, contact National Student Organizations Office, Johnson & Wales University, 8 Abbot Park Place, Providence, RI 02903.


Lambuth University, Jackson, Tennessee
    The hallmark of a Lambuth education is recognizing the importance of leadership and a student's striving for excellence. The Eagle Scout Award requires determination; so does the path to a quality college education at Lambuth.
    Because we feel the Eagle Scout Award clearly shows promise of college success, Lambuth is proud to offer a Leadership Scholarship of $3,200 ($800 annually for four years) to Eagle Scouts who have a 3.0 average or higher in their college preparatory courses in high school, and acceptable scores on the SAT or ACT.
    Lambuth University, located between Memphis and Nashville, Tenn., is a four-year, residential college of arts and sciences. Lambuth is no ordinary college. For further information, call or write to Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid, Lambuth University, Lambuth Boulevard, Jackson, TN 38301, 901-425-3330 or 800-LAMBUTH.


Missouri Valley College, Marshall, Missouri
    Eagle Scouts who meet admissions requirements are eligible for awards of $18,000. These awards are made in annual increments of a $5,000 scholarship and a $1,500 work-and-learn stipend over four years of study at Missouri Valley College.
    Missouri Valley College is a coeducational, liberal-arts college that promotes leadership in its students through the work-and-learn program and campus involvement. The college offers bachelor degrees in twenty-seven areas, including Human Service Agency Management. This program is designed for students seeking careers in Scouting and other youth or volunteer agencies.
    Further information on programs, admission procedures, and financial aid is available from the Director of Admissions, Missouri Valley College, 500 East College Street, Marshall, MO 65340, 816-886-6924.


New Mexico Military Institute, Roswell, New Mexico
    The Eagle Scout John S. Bell Scholarship is open to all cadets who are active in Scouting and plan to remain so, and are Eagle Scouts. Renewal of the scholarship is contingent on the recipient maintaining a satisfactory academic record and continuing active participation in Scouting. New Mexico Military Institute offers a unique two-year commissioning program with more than $4,000 in U.S. Army ROTC monies over the two years at the institute. For information regarding these opportunities, write to Director of Admissions, New Mexico Military Institute, 101 W. College Boulevard, Roswell, NM 88201-5173.


Saint Vincent College, Latrobe, Pennsylvania
    Saint Vincent College offers automatic scholarships for Scouts. Eagle Scouts are eligible for an automatic scholarship from Saint Vincent College in a unique recognition program.
    Any Eagle Scout who applies for admission to Saint Vincent will be offered a $1,000 Leadership Scholarship to attend SVC. The award is $250 per year for four years of undergraduate study at the coeducational liberal-arts and science college.
    As a liberal-arts college, Saint Vincent recognizes the value and importance of leadership qualities in young adults. This special scholarship is designed to recognize and reward a Scout for his demonstrated leadership and achievement.
    Applicants who are involved in other extracurricular activities that demonstrate leadership in school, community, or church groups will be considered for larger scholarships of up to $2,500 per year.
    Students who wish to apply for this scholarship opportunity should obtain an application form from SVC and submit it with an accompanying list of activities and three letters of recommendation from Scoutmaster, guidance counselor, Clergyman, or other officials.
    Further information and application materials are available from the Director of Admissions and Financial Aid, Saint Vincent College, Latrobe, PA 15650.


Stanford University, Stanford, California
Dofflemyer Honors Scholarships are awarded to Eagle Scouts who are seeking a baccalaureate degree from Stanford University. The scholarships are based on financial need alone. Students applying must complete the three forms required of all Stanford undergraduates seeking financial aid: Free application for Federal Student Aid, the Financial Aid Form, which is processed by the College Scholarship Service, and Stanford's supplemental form. Proof of Eagle Scout rank should be sent with Stanford's supplemental form to the Financial Aids Office, 214 Old Union, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305. The deadline for filing is March 31 each year for returning students.


Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
    Texas A&M University Corps of Cadets Scholarships for Scouts are awarded each fall semester to 20 Scouts entering the A&M Corps of Cadets. Each $2,000 scholarship pays $500 per semester for the cadet's first four semesters. Criteria used for selection are as follows: acceptance for admission to Texas A&M; intention to join the Corps of Cadets; attainment of Eagle Scout rank at the time of selection; demonstration of leadership qualities during high school; and attainment of academic excellence in high school.
    Applications, which may be obtained from the Office of the Commandant, Texas A&M University, must be accompanied by two letters of recommendation that are supportive of the selection criteria. The application period for scholarship consideration begins after December of the high school senior year. Membership in the Corps of Cadets is mandatory to continue receipt of these scholarships. For more information, call Lt. Col. Mark Satterwhite (Eagle Class of 1963), Office of the Recruiting Coordinator, Corps of Cadets, toll free at 800-TAMU-AGS.


Valley Forge Military Academy and College
  
Valley Forge Military Academy and College offers Eagle Scout scholarship incentives. The college is a two-year transfer college which offers associate degree programs in liberal arts, business, science, criminal justice, and engineering. Its goal for student academic experience is to help you develop as an independent, intellectually critical, and academically self-confident student.
    Address all inquires to Admissions Office, 1001 Eagle Road, Wayne, Pennsylvania 19087-3695, 800-234-VFMA.


Western Maryland College, Westminster, Maryland
    Western Maryland College, a small private liberal arts college located in central Maryland, is offering guaranteed tuition scholarships of $2,000 each to Eagle Scouts who enroll. To qualify, students must apply for admission, be accepted, and submit a copy of their Eagle Scout certificate and a letter of recommendation from their Scoutmaster. For further information contact Director of Financial Aid, Western Maryland College, Westminster, MD 21157.


Zenon C. R. Hansen Leadership Scholarship
Doane College, Crete, Nebraska

    The Zenon C. R. Hansen Leadership Scholarship for $7,000 is presented annually by the Zenon C. R. Hansen Foundation to a full-time student who is an Eagle Scout, active in the Boy Scouts of America, and who plans to remain active in Scouting and leadership activities. Renewal of the scholarship is contingent upon maintenance of a specified minimum grade point average and active involvement in the Doane Talent and Leadership Curriculum. Interested students must reapply each year.
    Application deadline is March 10, but students should complete federal financial aid forms prior to March 1.
    The college admissions application, scholarship application, and any additional information concerning the scholarship can be obtained from the Doane College Admissions Office, 1014 Boswell, Crete, NE 68333-2430, or call 800-333-6263.

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