The Community Foundation of Boone County officials announced that applications for 2020 scholarship opportunities are now available on the foundation’s website.
Students from across Boone County use scholarship funding to pursue education beyond high school, be it vocational training, undergraduate studies or graduate studies. Some of the CFBC scholarships consider financial need as a component, while others are merit-based only.
These scholarships are made possible by Boone County individuals, families, civic groups and businesses who recognize the need for assistance in meeting the rising costs of higher education, and have established scholarship funds with the foundation to help alleviate the costs for students pursuing degrees. The Community Foundation of Boone County administers more than 60 scholarships for Boone County students.
To apply, visit the website at www.communityfoundationbc.org/scholarships. The deadline to submit applications for general scholarships is 1 p.m. Feb. 6.
For more information, contact Ali Maxey by calling 765-482-0024 or emailing to Ali@communityfoundationbc.org.