About the Scholarship
The Discover Student Loans Scholarship Award is an initiative by the Discover Student Loans with the sole aim of supporting talented students whose potential is otherwise gone unnoticed.
The scholarship is awarded to those students who are residing in any of the fifty states in the United States, the District of Columbia and other U.S. territories. The applicants must be at least 16 years of age.
Discover Student Loans Scholarship Award Amount
The scholarship program is provided to students to meet their educational needs without any difficulty. The non-renewable award amounts to $2500 and is offered annually. There are 11 distinct classes of awards available to talented and deserving students every year.
Basic Requirements for the Discover Student Loans Scholarship
The federal, state, local rules, and laws are applicable to the scholarship in hand, though it stands void in the places that are prohibited. The applicants are expected to agree to the terms and conditions put forth by the Officials and the decisions taken by the administration in order to receive the award.
At the time of receiving the scholarship, the applicant must either be high school senior students who are admitted to a university or college, or be enrolled in a Bachelor’s or Associate degree program as half-time at an accredited institution.
The employees and their immediate relatives (such as parents, siblings, spouses, and other members) of Discover Products, Inc., HelloWorld, Inc., and the other branch companies are ineligible to apply for the scholarship program.
Students who have already been recipients of the scholarship are ineligible to apply.
Discover Student Loans Scholarship Deadlines
The application for the Discovery Student Loans Scholarship Award begins on 2nd February 2019. The deadline for applying for the program is 31st January 2020.
The applicant must be a citizen of the 50 U.S. states, the District of Columbia or Puerto Rico.
The applicant must be 16 years or older.
The applicant must be a high school senior student planning to attend a non-profit, four-year university or college.