BJC Scholars Fund

The BJC Scholars Fund is intended to serve youth in pursuit of higher education from communities in which BJC hospitals are located. Applicants must be current high school seniors planning to enroll in accredited, nonprofit, two- or four-year, in-state public institutions (or any out-of-state school that allows in-state tuition reciprocity). Applicants may pursue an associate or bachelor’s degree in any field or subject. Awarded students will receive a scholarship of up to $10,000 per academic year, which is renewable through graduation or up to ten semesters, provided the student continues to meet eligibility and selection criteria.

To be eligible to be considered for this scholarship applicants must:

  • Be permanent residents (at the time of application) in the following communities served by BJC Hospitals: St. Louis City, St. Louis, St. Charles, Boone, Crawford, and St. Francois Counties in Missouri; Madison County and St. Clair County in Illinois.
  • Be a graduating high school senior.
  • Plan to attend an accredited, nonprofit, two- or four-year, in-state public institutions (or any out-of-state school that allows in-state tuition reciprocity).
  • Have earned a minimum 2.0 cumulative grade point average while in high school.
  • Demonstrate financial need, as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or similar need calculations.

The BJC Scholars Fund is administered by The Scholarship Foundation of St. Louis. To be considered, completed applications and all required supporting documents must be submitted by April 15. Awards will be announced in early June.

The Scholarship Foundation of St. Louis
6825 Clayton Ave, Suite 100, St. Louis, MO 63139
(314) 725-7990
info@sfstl.org

Donor
BJC HealthCare
Award
$10,000 renewable
Deadline
04/15/2019
Supplemental Questions
  1. Are you a graduating high school senior?
  2. Do you plan to attend a two- or four-year public Missouri or Illinois college or university in your home state, or will you receive in-state reciprocity at a two- or four-year public university?
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