Fairhaven Opportunity Scholarship for Resilience

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Description
This scholarship:
  1. Can be for prospective or enrolled Fairhaven College students.
  2. Are renewable for students who maintain good academic standing.
  3. No transcripts are necessary for these scholarships.
A $1,000 annual award (renewable for up to four years) to be awarded to a new or current Fairhaven student who has demonstrated resilience by overcoming adversity to be able to attend Fairhaven College.
 
Application Requirements
1. Essay:  Write a 500 word essay explaining how your resilience has helped you overcome adversity to become Fairhaven College student.

2. Statement of Financial Need: Submit a statement that explains your financial need for the award. You should include such information as income, unusual hardships or expenses, employment, and efforts you have made to finance your education.
 
3. Letter of Recommendation: Copy and send this link to the people writing your letters of recommendation. https://fairhaven.wwu.edu/form/-fairhaven-college-letter-of-rec.
A single letter of recommendation can be used for multiple scholarship applications. Letters of recommendation can be written by faculty or community members.
Name
Mailing Address
Essay:  Write a 500 word essay explaining how your resilience has helped you overcome adversity to become Fairhaven College student.
 
One file only.
16 MB limit.
Allowed types: pdf, doc, docx, .
Statement of Financial Need: Submit a statement that explains your financial need for the award. You should include such information as income, unusual hardships or expenses, employment, and efforts you have made to finance your education.
One file only.
16 MB limit.
Allowed types: pdf, doc, docx, .
Copy and send this link to the people writing your letters of recommendation. https://fairhaven.wwu.edu/form/-fairhaven-college-letter-of-rec.
A single letter of recommendation can be used for multiple scholarship applications. Letters of recommendation can be written by faculty or community members.