About the Scholarship

Hendrick Scholarship

The Hendrick Scholarship Foundation(HSF) established in 1991 by a group of community businessmen and leaders. Hendrick Scholarship Program provides multi-year college scholarships to underprivileged students who have persevered to overcome adversity in order to graduate from high school and who dream of going to college. Getting financial assistance to college doesn't guarantee success in college The Hendrick Scholarship Foundation not only providing scholarships to the students they provide ongoing guidance and assistance throughout their time in college

Benefits of Hendrick Scholarship

Orientations

New students are required to attend a 1-day orientation during the summer before their first semester in college. During the orientation, students will learn about a variety of topics, ranging from how to choose and register for classes, how to find academic support, and how to get involved with student life.

Workshops

Students will participate in workshops throughout the year. Topics will range from how to manage credit, how to buy a used car, how to develop a professional network, and how to identify appropriate career paths. (Workshops are open to the community, as space permits.)

 Coaches

Students must maintain communication with their coaches throughout the semester to give updates on their progress.

 Tutoring

Students will participate in free tutoring provided by our partners The Outreach Movement.

Hendrick Scholarship Amount

  • The Hendrick Scholarship Foundation(HSF) Awarded over $1 million dollars in scholarships to over 300 students.

  • Students may be awarded scholarships up to a lifetime maximum total of $16,500

  • The scholarship award will be $1500 per school year at Collin College and $6,000 per school year at a university.

  • The Hendrick Scholarship Foundation(HSF) scholarship pays for tuition, fees

Hendrick Scholarship Application Deadline

Submit the application form before March 18.2020. Make sure all the details are up to date and error free. incomplete application will be rejected. Early submission leads to rank first in the application pool. Finalists will be interviewed and scholarships will be awarded at each high school senior awards night.


Eligibility Criteria

  • The applicant must be a citizen of the United States.

  • The applicant must have graduated Plano ISD recently.

  • The applicant must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.

  • The applicant must demonstrate financial need along with supporting documents.

  • The applicant must submit an essay describing the adversities, overcoming methods, and what college education means to the student.

  • The applicant must provide reference letters.