The sole purpose of the Harrison College Scholarship Foundation is to assist Harrison College and The Chef's Academy students in realizing their academic and career success through the provision of scholarships.
A donation to the Harrison College Scholarship Foundation is an excellent way to positively transform the lives of students and their communities.
Please make your check payable to the Harrison College Scholarship Foundation and mail it to:Harrison College Scholarship Foundation
Note that actual cash gifts should always be hand delivered to the Foundation rather than sent by mail.
Donations are tax-deductible.
The HCSF Scholarship is available to students interested in attending Harrison College or The Chef’s Academy, who have met all admission requirements; completed the necessary application and essay requirements; and who demonstrate financial need as described in the Eligibility section below, and in the official scholarship rules.
The Harrison College Scholarship Foundation has the goal of awarding sixteen scholarships, in the amount of $1000.00 (One Thousand Dollars) per term, with each to be applied to the Awardees' student account evenly over three subsequent terms.
Scholarship applicants must be enrolled in courses/planning to attend Harrison College or The Chef’s Academy and have meet all of the necessary admissions requirements. To be eligible and considered for this scholarship you must demonstrate financial need with Expected Family Contribution (EFC) from $0-$1000 and complete the necessary requirements below.
Submit a 250-500 word essay describing why you feel Harrison/The Chef’s Academy is the right fit for you and how this scholarship will benefit your educational dreams.
Please include your essay with the scholarship application or forward separately to email@example.com within 24hours of application submission.
Submit at least one letter of recommendation from someone outside of Harrison College and not an immediate family member.
Send to firstname.lastname@example.org with "HCSF Scholarship", and your name in the subject line within 24 hours of submission of your application.
Kelli Stovall, RVT Memorial Scholarship has been established to honor the memory of Kelli Stovall, RVT, beloved Vet Tech instructor from the Evansville, IN campus.
This Scholarship is available for students pursuing a career in the field of Veterinary Technology. It is intended to carry on the legacy of Kelli’s caring and compassionate nature, helping Veterinary Technology students in need.
The goal of the Scholarship Foundation is that two $500 scholarships will be awarded to two Veterinary Technology students each quarter, of which at least one student must be from the Evansville campus. This scholarship is needs-based and student must demonstrate financial need as described in eligibility portion below, and in the official scholarship rules.
Applicant must demonstrate financial need (i.e. Financial hardship, illness, etc.) and complete the requirements below.
Applicant may be a new or continuing student in the Veterinary Technology program and must have at least one quarter remaining to complete their degree.
Student must be in good standing with Harrison College upon disbursement of scholarship money.
Student may not be awarded this scholarship more than twice.
Any student who withdraws or changes to an ineligible program of study, automatically forfeits any remaining scholarship funds.
Scholarship will be disbursed at one time, prior to the end of the quarter in which it was awarded.
Submit 250-500 word essay to document the need for this scholarship.
Please enter your essay in the space below, and submit along with scholarship application OR forward separately to email@example.com within 24hours of application submission.
Submit one letter of recommendation from someone outside of Harrison College (i.e. Employer, co-worker, pastor, etc.).
Send to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Kelli Stovall, RVT Memorial Scholarship" AND your name in the subject line within 24 hours of submission of your application.
This one-time $250 scholarship is in memory of Patrick Humphrey, youngest son of Deborah Humphrey. Deborah, an employee of Harrison College since 2002, is a supporter of higher education and learning.
Patrick Humphrey was a chef at Oceana Restaurant in the McGraw Hill Building in Manhattan, New York. His career as a chef developed quickly due to his passion for providing great service and products to customers. Like his mother, Patrick was also a great teacher in his role. The goal of the Humphrey Scholarship is to award one Harrison College and one Chef's Academy student in the Spring annually.
The Harrison College Scholarship Foundation and the Humphrey Family want to continue to embrace higher education and learning by offering this scholarship in memory of Patrick. The scholarship will be funded by the Humphrey Family and the Cruise-In Car Show held at the Terre Haute, IN campus each year in August.
Must be in good standing with Harrison College or The Chef's Academy upon disbursement of scholarship money.
The recipient can be a new or continuing student but must be enrolled for the April Quarter. If already currently enrolled, the recipient must have at least two quarters left to complete their degree. The award will be a one-time disbursement in the spring quarter only.
Submit a 500-1000 word essay stating why you deserve this scholarship and how it will help further your goals.
Please enter your essay in the space below, and submit along with scholarship application OR forward separately to email@example.com within 24 hours of application submission.
Submit two letters of recommendation- one from a Harrison College instructor or advisor and one from a professional reference outside of Harrison College (i.e. Employer, co-worker, pastor, etc.). Letters should include the applicant's first and last name.
Send to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Humphrey Scholarship" AND your name in the subject line within 24 hours of submission of your application.
The Harrison College Scholarship Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization that was formed in 2012 and is governed by Board of Directors: