KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS                       

COUNCIL 6226                    

SCHOLARSHIP REQUIREMENTS

Columbian Year 2018 


GOAL

The goal of the Knights of Columbus Council 6226 Scholarship Program is to provide monetary grants to

Eligible students to help them defray the cost of college and be able to pursue their educational goals.

 

ELIGIBILITY

1)      The Applicant is a child or grandchild of a

member in good standing of Cranford Knights

of Columbus Council 6226, living or deceased.

                             OR

The Applicant is a registered member of Saint

Michael’s Parish of Cranford.

2)      The Applicant is a graduating senior and will be

attending a college or junior college in the fall of

the year that the scholarship application is

submitted.

3)      The Applicant has achieved a high school average

of at least 3.0 as of the end of their junior year.

4)      The Applicant has been accepted into at least one

college or junior college.

5)      Provide a copy of your High School transcript with SAT

and ACT scores with this application.

6)      THIS IS THE ONLY APPLICATION FORM THAT WILL BE

ACCEPTED AND IT MUST BE SUBMITTED ONLINE

(No 
other forms of applications will be accepted).
 

APPLICATION DEADLINE

The scholarship application must be completed online

And submitted no later than April 4, 2018.

E-mail all applications to hfpbaggy@verizon.net

All transcripts and SAT and ACT scores can be mailed to:

Cranford Knights of Columbus

Scholarship Committee

P O Box 501

Cranford, NJ 07016

SELECTION CRITERIA

The selection criterion is divided into three (3) sections.

The three sections are:

        Church/Community Service During High School

(maximum score of 50 points)

List of organizations including a contact person

And phone number for each organization.

a)       Your affiliation if any with the Cranford Knights of Columbus
(not your fathers or grandfathers)

b)      Church Service

c)       Community Service

d)      Extra –curricular activities

2)      High School Academic Record
(maximum score of 30 points)

a)       Transcript through the first semester of Senior year

b)      List of all Honors/ AP Courses taken in 4 years

c)       SAT and/or ACT Reasoning Scores

3)      Interview (maximum of 20 points)

Interviews will be held during the month of April

and will be granted to the top applicants based

on points accumulated in the first two areas of

the Selection Criteria.

As part of the interview process you will be required

to submit an essay (no greater than 2 pages) which

describes how you have lived and how you will

continue to live by the principals of our order; charity,

unity, fraternity and patriotism.

If you should have any questions you can contact us by e-mail address hfpbaggy@verizon.net

CONTINUE TO THE APPLICATION


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