About the Scholarship

The scholarship is awarded and is recognized by the Wichita Falls Area Community Foundation. The Andrew Raymond Duncan Memorial Scholarship is awarded yearly for all the deserving candidates.

The applicants for this grant must be a high school senior or college student residing in Wichita Falls, Texas with good academics background.

Applicants may pursue any field of study at any accredited college in the U.S. A preference will be given to students who have participated in local arts programs such as Dance, Backdoor Theatre, Wichita Theatre, Opera Breve, Applause, or ACT.

How to apply for this scholarship?

  • Interested applicants must fill in the online form that can be found on the official website. A student can visit Andrew Raymond Duncan Memorial Scholarship online page to get details and instructions on how to apply.

  • Upon completion of the application form, applicants will be notified of which individual scholarships they're eligible for, and also about the additional requirements needed for applying.

  • As the application page isn't fully compatible with Internet Explorer, applicants are advised to use other web browsers.

  • More preference will be given to students with 30 or more college hours.

What is the scholarship award amount?

  • The scholarship award amounts to $1,000 every academic year and is non-renewable.

  • Two or more eligible students receive the award amount every year.

Deadline Information

All the necessary documents and application forms must be sent to the concerned department on or before March 01, 2020 to be one among the eligible candidates to receive the award amount. Any application sent post-March 1 will be disqualified.

Eligibility Criteria

  • An applicant must be a graduating high school senior, current undergraduate, or home-schooled graduate student.

  • To avail the scholarship benefits, a student must be exceptional at their academics and maintain a grade point average of 3.0 or above out of 4.

  • Any field of study is accepted, if Art Major, must have dual enrollment degree not arts-related.

  • Financial need is not a consideration for this scholarship.

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