About the Scholarship

WinShape College Scholarship Program is founded and is run by Chick-fil-A/Berry College. The organization was found by S. Truett Cathy in the year 1984. The WinShape College Program exists to glorify God by cultivating college students who will develop disciples, create community, and launch leaders. The organization is constantly looking out for individuals who are committed to serving communities and demonstrate leadership skills.


How to apply for a scholarship?

  • The student has to complete Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be able to apply or receive any financial aid. The FAFSA form determines the financial position of a student and their family.

  • A student must submit all their official transcripts with ACT/SAT scorecards to prove they are academically strong.

  • The applicant is required to write a 300 to 500-word essay describing a person or event of their own. 


Award Amount and Deadline

  • This scholarship program provides $4000 annually which is renewable for up to 3 additional years.

  • The number of awards offered by this scholarship varies from 30-35 awards annually. The award amount also depends on the number of applications received every year.

The applications must be submitted to the institution by the end of February 01, 2020. The students are required to pay a $50 non-refundable application fee. Applications are to be applied online only. Applications are available on the official website by Chick-fil-A/Berry College.


Eligibility Criteria

  • Applicants must be committed to a moral lifestyle, involved in community service and leadership, have a desire to experience spiritual growth and academic achievement and possess a strong work ethic.

  • Application priority is given to those who have worked for Chick-fil-A.

  • WinShape students are expected to abide by the Berry College Student Handbook as a minimum code of conduct, live in the WinShape dorms (no married students).

  • An applicant must be a legal citizen of the United States of America who plans to enroll for a full-time program.