About the Scholarship

Meldon Law Scholarship program is giving this opportunity to identify the students who have an interest in participating in the academics as well as competitive sports. The students for this scholarship are nominated by community members of the Meldon Law Scholarship program. For this scholarship fund, the student needs to show good academic performance and excellence in athletics. The fund was established in the year 1997 and till today it is provided 500 or more scholarships to the high school seniors of North Florida. The scholarship is available to one girl and one boy scholar-athletes who are the graduating seniors of North Florida. To apply for this scholarship award students must be a senior and must maintain the required GPA as specified by the Meldon Law.

How to Apply for Scholarship?

  • In order to apply for the scholarship fund, a student needs to fill and submit the FAFSA application form to the financial aid office.

  • To demonstrate good performance in academics a student needs to submit their official transcripts of ACT / SAT scorecards.

  • In addition to that, a student also needs to demonstrate their involvement and records in the athletics.

  • In order to award this fund, a student must provide detail information about their name and contact information to the financial aid division.

  • A student can also fill out the online application form, attach necessary documents, and submit it before the deadline.

What is the total amount awarded?

The scholarship awards $1000 to two Scholar-Athlete for both male and female scholar-athletes. And there is also one weekly scholarship is given to the students in their school. The scholarship awards are non-renewable.

All the necessary documents for the scholarship are submitted before 1st May 2019.

Eligibility Criteria

  • An applicant must have at least a 3.0-grade point average out of 4 to be eligible to avail the benefits of the scholarship.
  • An applicant should be a senior and contribute major in his or her sport.

  • A student must be a high school senior and be a legal citizen of the United States.

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