Incoming college students can use all the help they can get with tuition payments, room and board costs and additional miscellaneous expenses.
For students in Caroline County, Fredericksburg, King George County, Spotsylvania County and Stafford County, The Community Foundation of the Rappahannock River Region is ready to help. The local foundation is currently accepting applications for nearly $140,000 in scholarships through Sunday, March 1.
The applications are open to high school seniors that are planning to attend two-year or four-year universities or colleges, vocational schools or career technical schools. Scholarships vary in criteria, such as specific schools or counties, athletic or musical pursuits, as well as particular fields of study. There is no limit to the amount of scholarships students can apply for through the foundation.
In 2019, the foundation awarded 53 students a total of $150,000. High school seniors can apply here, and get to know more about The Community Foundation’s goals of bettering the vitality and well-being of the Rappahannock River region.
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