About the Scholarship

The "MARC Endowment Scholarship" award is given by the organization 'ESA Foundation' and this foundation partnered with St. Jude Children's Research Hospital since 1972. This scholarship is established in 1929 for the eligible U.S, Australian and Canadian students. This scholarship is for current graduate and undergraduate student's tuition, registration fees, books, dormitory fees, or any other college fees or academic expenses.


How to apply for the scholarship?

  • Applications are available on the official website 'ESA Foundation' and all the applicants must access the online application in order to apply for this scholarship.

  • The applicant has to log in to the website first for applying.
  • Applicant must have to submit FAFSA or TASFA certificate.
  • A student must submit the Official scorecards of ACT/SAT to demonstrate the completion of the graduation semester as well as academic performance.

  • A student must also submit two reference letters to the scholarship foundation of trust.

  • In addition to that applicant must write and submit and a two-page essay on own's career plan and reasons for the applying for this application.

  • All the official transcripts with average grade point of the college.

  • The transcripts and reference letters must be sent as PDF files.


    The awarded amount for the scholarship:

    The amount awarded for this scholarship is $1,000 per year and is non-renewable. The number of awards given to the eligible candidates is one.


    The deadline of the scholarship:

    The deadline for the scholarship is the 1st of February.


Eligibility Criteria

The applicant should reside in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, or Wisconsin.

The applicant must be a graduate or undergraduate student in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, or Wisconsin University.

His/Her grade point average should be of 3.0 or higher.

He/she must be a resident of the U.S.


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