We’re looking for leaders at Pacific Union College – is that you? PUC has two scholarships in particular for leaders: our Maxwell Scholarship Program, and our Mostert Christian Leaders Scholarship. You must apply for these scholarships before March 2. More information about these scholarships and their applications can be found at puc.edu/scholarships.
Please note: You have to be an accepted student to apply for our scholarships. To find out what your application is missing, look at the application checklist on your personal PUC site or contact your Enrollment Counselor. If you aren’t sure who your counselor is, email email@example.com and we can get you connected with them!
The Maxwell Scholar Program is a full tuition scholarship awarded to five students, and is renewable for three years. Winners are selected based on academic success, leadership experience, and Christian service. Candidates must also have the following:
A 3.5 GPA or higher
High test scores (a minimum of 26 on the ACTs or 1700 on the SATs)
Submit a complete scholarship application that includes an essay and letters of recommendation
The Mostert Christian Leaders Scholarship is a $3,000 scholarship awarded to 25 students, and is renewable for three years. Candidates are students who have demonstrated exceptional leadership in their schools, churches, or communities. While there is no GPA or test score requirement, answering a set of essay questions is required.
PUC offers many other scholarships and grants based on academic performance, test scores, athletic ability, artistic performance, and more. See a full list of what’s available to incoming new students at puc.edu/scholarships.
If you haven’t already begun your scholarship search to help pay for college, now’s the perfect time to get started! PUC offers many scholarships for various things, ranging from athletics to leadership to the creative arts, but the deadline to apply for them is quickly approaching and we don’t want you to miss out! Remember, you need to be an accepted student and apply before the March 2 deadline.
There’s also plenty of scholarship money available to students outside of what colleges offer – you just have to look for it! Below is a list of 10 scholarships open to current high school seniors that have application deadlines in the next few months. Get to applying!
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Another scholarship for artistic students, this scholarship asks students to create a poster interpreting the theme of “One Person Can Make a Difference.” There are also monetary prizes for second and third place, as well as up to five honorable mentions.
Want a chance to help others and possibly earn some cash for yourself? DoSomething.org is giving away another $5,000 scholarship to a student who organizes a gently-used jean drive for the homeless in their community.
In honor of the upcoming Olympic games, this scholarship asks students to think about a person in their life they would award a gold medal, and why. Responses can be an essay, video, or artwork. The contest is open to all students, regardless of background, but does require entries to be about an Asian or Pacific Islander American experience and / or person.
Please note, this scholarship is only available for students living in the following Bay Area counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano or Sonoma
If you’re into making videos, this is the scholarship for you! Create a video encouraging teens to drive safer and you could win $15,000. Another sweet perk? If you win, you also get to work with a film crew to reshoot your video entry into a PSA to be aired on TV! Second place also nets you $10,000, and there are 12 other monetary prizes for runners up.
Applicants must submit a collage, drawing, graphic design piece, painting, photograph, poem or another creative entry discussing what they hope to achieve in both their personal and professional life after college. Five winners receive $1,000, and the grand prize winner also receives an additional $1,000 to be given to their college.
How many of us have daydreamed about what we would do if we had a superpower? The possibilities are endless. This short essay contest asks students to answer the question “Which superhero or villain would you want to change places with for a day and why?”
In honor of Hunter Garner, who was killed in a car accident, this scholarship asks students to create a 25 or 55 second video to encourage teens not to drive distracted. The winner receives a $5,000 scholarship, while the second place winner receives $2,000. Third place gets you $1,000.
The requirements for this monthly scholarship drawing are simple! Sign up for CollegeWeekLive, research at least five colleges while you’re logged in to your account, and then you’ll be entered into a drawing to win $1,000.
Editor’s note: This is dated material and does not necessarily reflect how the student financial services office at PUC and the financial process currently operates. Please contact your financial counselor for more information.