About the Scholarship
TVF Award is recognized and is sponsored by The Vanross Foundation Inc. An organization that focuses on equipping young students with biblical and practical principles to help them handle any sort of situation with ease.
The scholarship is awarded to the students who demonstrate academic excellence and the need for proper financial assistance. Candidates should be active in supporting the community in which they live and show an eagerness to pursue educational goals.
Candidates pursuing post-high school course study at either a college or university or other post-secondary educational institutions will be considered for this scholarship award.
How to apply for this scholarship?
A candidate must complete the scholarship application form that can be found on the official website of the scholarship with all the relevant documents.
A student must submit a letter of application addressed to The VANROSS Foundation, Inc. (TVF) scholarship committee. This letter should contain a brief explanation of career goals and biographical information.
Three letters of recommendation from the choice of high school teachers, college professors with significant knowledge of applicant’s educational experience and community involvement.
In addition to that, an official and recent high school or college transcript with cumulative GPA scorecard must be presented.
Additionally, A student should submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form and Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) to determine what his/her family can do for their child's education.
A candidate is required to write a personal essay on the topic, What personal achievements have you made? and How will this award affect future accomplishments? The essay should be of 1,000 words or less.
Award Amount and Deadline
The scholarship award amounts to $500 to all the qualified applicants.
All the documents mentioned above must be sent to the financial department of the foundation on or before June 30 to be one among the list of eligible students to receive the award amount.
An applicant must be pursuing a postsecondary education.
A candidate must be enrolled in an accredited university or college for any recognized program.
Students must be a resident or a eligible non-resident of the state of Texas.