About the Scholarship

Ronald McDonald Scholarship is an initiative by the local Ronald McDonald House Charities. The scholarship is awarded to aid the educational requirements of students who have limited career options due to financial backgrounds.  The scholarship is provided to students in order to help them pursue higher education and to realize their dreams.

More than $2.2 million worth scholarship was provided through contributions received through newspapers. The students are given right guidance and support by the board of Directors of the Ronald McDonald House of Charities.


Rmhc Scholars Program Award

  • Most of the local chapters of RMHC award $100,000 worth scholarships that are to be paid back by installments of $25000. The amount is offered annually.

  • The amount provided by the organization is inclusive of all educational expenses such as tuition and fees, books, and so on, thus relieving the students of the financial burdens.

  • The accredited institution in which the student has been enrolled receives the scholarship fund via checks and the student will have no direct access to this fund.

  • The applicant must be enrolled in an accredited, non-profit two or four-year University, college, or technical or vocational school in the United States.

  • The scholarship may be transferred and retained from one institution to another by the student.


Basic Requirements for Rmhc Scholars Program

The recipients of the scholarship are selected based on certain factors by the committee of independent selection. The decision taken by the committees are final and are not subject to appeal. Hence, no application feedback will be given. 

The salient factors that determine the recipients of the award are as follows:

  • Financial need

  • Community Involvement

  • the Essay Content

  • Academic achievements.


Rmhc Scholars Program Deadline

The last date to submit the application form and the other required documents are on 5th February.


Eligibility Criteria

  • The applicant must be unable to pursue higher education due to financial need.

  • The applicant must demonstrate academic achievements and community leadership.