GALESBURG COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION TO OPEN
Galesburg Community Foundation will begin accepting scholarship applications on Tuesday, February 1, 2022.
GALESBURG, Ill. (January 25, 2022)– Galesburg Community Foundation will begin accepting scholarship applications on Tuesday, February 1, 2022. Scholarships are open to students who reside in Knox and Warren Counties and meet the criteria associated with the offerings.
Applications are available and must be submitted online at the Community Foundation’s website, www.YourGCF.org/scholarships. The deadline to apply is Tuesday, March 1, 2022 at 4:00 pm. These scholarships are available thanks to generous community members who love their community and give back to their community in the best ways possible. A variety of scholarships are available to students from Knox and Warren Counties.
Tiffany Springer, director of grants and programs for the Community Foundation said, “We offer a variety of scholarships and encourage all students to visit our website to learn more. Our application process can be completed entirely online and is very concise. We are thankful for the generous donors who make these scholarships available and want our students to succeed.”
Students who have applied for Community Foundation scholarships in the past are asked to please use the same log in as before. For forgotten passwords please call the Community Foundation office at 309.344.8898.
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