Scholarships

Scholarship Application Opens June 1

The Foundation is proud to announce the availability of scholarships, specifically for students who are continuing or returning to college or vocational school. All South Eddy County (Carlsbad, Loving, Otis, Malaga, and Queen) residents are eligible to apply.

How to Apply

STEP 1:
Prepare

Click here to review a PDF list of scholarships available and the minimum criteria for each.

Identify which scholarships you qualify for.

Obtain college transcripts in PDF format from your school. If just starting obtain high school transcripts. You will need to upload this in the application.

Begin writing a brief essay (1,500 characters or less) about you and your educational and/or career goals to copy and paste into the application.

STEP 2:
Apply

Starting on June 1, 2022, the application process will begin. After preparing, as outlined in Step 1, click on the link below to access the Foundation’s online application.

No paper or late applications will be accepted.

Deadline to apply is June 30, 2022 at midnight.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY FROM June 1-30, 2022.

STEP 3:
Verify

After submitting your application, check your e-mail Inbox for your confirmation e-mail message from us. The message should have your transcript and any other uploaded documents included as attachments. If not, reply to the message and attach the missing files. If you do not receive it, check your Spam folder.

Applicants will be notified by e-mail by July 30, 2022, whether you have been awarded a scholarship or not.

Contact us if you have any questions!


The Foundation’s Endowed Scholarship Program

One of the Foundation’s key focus areas is education.  The generosity of donors over the years allows the award of many scholarships that help local (South Eddy County) residents achieve their academic goals.

Traditional Scholarships
These scholarships are awarded to graduating high school seniors who plan to attend an accredited college, university or vocational school.  Scholarships are available to students pursuing either academic degrees or vocational certifications.  All of these scholarships are made available through high school counselors at local public high schools.  Please contact your high school counselor for information about available scholarships, how to apply and deadlines.

Other Scholarships (non-traditional)
The Foundation also proudly awards scholarships to students who are continuing their studies or perhaps are returning to school after being away from college or vocational studies for a time. Scholarship availability and the online application may be found on this Page each year during the month of June. Scholarship applications are reviewed and awarded by the end of July.

Scholarship-Related Forms
Missing your forms? For previous scholarship award recipients only, the following generic acceptance form and instruction guide are available.

Scholarship Acceptance Form (For multi-semester or multi-year awards)

How to Obtain Scholarship Funds instruction guide (For multi-semester or multi-year awards)