One of the many benefits of being a student of a RENEWANATION Affiliate School is the possibility of receiving a college scholarship. Scholarship winners are selected by the RENEWANATION Board of Directors or their designees.
Applying for Scholarship
RENEWANATION awards the scholarships offered based on a careful assessment of the whole student. Considerations will be made to the applicant’s spirituality, academic success and potential, demonstrated leadership ability, servant spirit, financial need and student-university compatibility.
2015 Scholarship Offers:
Mail to: RENEWANATION Scholarship Division
P.O. Box 12366 Roanoke, VA 24025
OR Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject marked as: RENEWANATION Scholarship Division
APPLICATION SUBMISSIONS OPEN FOR 2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR
General Scholarship Criteria and Supporting Documentation Requirements
Be a graduating senior from a Christian high school.
Spirituality: The student must exemplify a victorious Christian life.
Three references required: one from the student’s pastor, two from administrators or teachers in the school they attend.
Academics: The student must have a cumulative GPA of at least a 2.5 and be ranked in the top half of their graduating class.
Leadership: Students will be evaluated on their leadership skills inside and outside of the school setting. The student must be seen as a positive role model for their peers.
Three references required. Can be from same referrals who comment on the student’s spirituality.
Extracurricular Activities: The student should have a good balance of academics and extracurricular activities.
Student will submit list of extracurricular and service activities they participated in from 10th – 12th grade.
Financial Need: Financial ability to pay for secondary education will be considered. However, please do not submit any financial information with your application. Financial information will be requested separately.
Essay: Qualifying students must submit a 1,000 word essay using the following title: “My Worldview and Life Goals”
Student-University Match: The student’s degree and career goals should fit well with the degree and course offerings of the University.