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Robert W. & Shirley T. Hadfield Scholarship

Robert W. Shirley T. Hadfield Scholarship

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High School Students

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About This Scholarship

Education Description A current graduating senior at Norris High School in Firth or Lincoln High School in Lincoln who intends to enrol in an accredited two- or four-year college or university in Nebraska is eligible to apply for the Robert W. & Shirley T. Hadfield Scholarship.

Eligibility Criteria For Robert W. & Shirley T. Hadfield Scholarship

Here are some common eligibility factors that may apply:

  • Residency: Some scholarships or programs in Nebraska may require applicants to be residents of the state. You may need to provide proof of Nebraska residency, such as a driver’s license or utility bill.
  • Enrollment in a 4-Year Institution: Scholarships may require applicants to be enrolled or planning to enroll as full-time students in a 4-year college or university in Nebraska. The specific institution or institutions may be specified by the scholarship provider.
  • Academic Achievement: Many scholarships consider academic performance as an eligibility factor. This may include maintaining a minimum GPA or meeting specific academic standards set by the scholarship provider or program.
  • Field of Study: Some scholarships may be targeted toward students pursuing specific fields of study or majors. For example, scholarships may be available for students studying STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), arts, business, healthcare, or other specified disciplines.
  • Extracurricular Involvement: Scholarships may value applicants who have demonstrated involvement in extracurricular activities, community service, leadership roles, or other forms of engagement during their high school years. Participation in clubs, organizations, volunteer work, or community initiatives can strengthen an application.
  • Essay or Personal Statement: Many scholarship applications require applicants to submit an essay or personal statement. This provides an opportunity for applicants to showcase their achievements, goals, and reasons for pursuing higher education or specific career paths.

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