Condon Scholarship Foundation (CSF) distributes scholarships for the purpose of encouraging Condon High School graduates to seek post-secondary education. CSF also administers scholarships for other organizations also. The information obtained in these applications will determine the recipients of those scholarships.
Recipients of awards:
Must be enrolled as a full-time student in an accredited program unless written explanation is provided.
Provide proof of full-time status at the time award funds are requested.
Students may receive a maximum of four award years from Condon Scholarship Foundation/Condon Dollars for Scholars (former name).
Applicants entering their first year of post-secondary education must submit a copy of high school transcript. Applicants entering their second or subsequent year of post-secondary education must submit a copy of all college transcript(s) for the previous school year(s) and/or from the last school(s) attended.
Condon Scholarship Foundation reserves the right to consider only those applications found to be complete and received by the application deadline.
If you have questions about the application process please contact CSF Awards Committee members, Michelle Colby 541-384-2381 or Laura Harsin 541-914-2948 for assistance.
Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0
Application completed and accompanied by transcript(s) and turned in by deadline
APPLICATION CHECKLIST The application becomes complete and valid only when the following have been received on or before April 17, 2017 by 4:00 p.m.
IN ONE ENVELOPE OR EMAIL PLEASE INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
Other (explain) COLLEGE/TRADE SCHOOL INFORMATION for next year 2017-2018
Name of College/Trade School Phone #
Address of School:
(Mailing Address, City, State, Zip)
This school is a:
4-year college/university Trade School 2-year Jr. /Community College
Other (please specify) ETHNICITY (VOLUNTARY)
Hispanic/Latino Not Hispanic/Latino
Asian White American Indian Black or African American Other
Certification: In submitting this application, I certify that the information provided is complete and accurate to the best of my knowledge. Falsification of information may result in termination of any scholarship granted. I grant CSF permission to publish my name to publicize the scholarship I may be awarded.
Applicant’s Signature Date
Three (3-questions) answers can be submitted on separate paper
List Field(s) of Study or interest:
State what career you would like to pursue and why?
List all extra-curricular activities participated in by year (current high school grads).
*College Freshman-include list from high school as well as first year of college.
*Other applicants-list any extra-curricular activities, work experience and/or jobs while attending a post-secondary school. (i.e. military service, athletics, clubs, groups, leadership, trainings, intramurals, work experience, employment, etc.)
2017 OPTIONAL ESSAYS
By fully completing and submitting a Condon Scholarship Foundation application you may be eligible for an administered scholarship (restricted award). These are awards designated by the donor for students who meet specific criteria. There are Administered Awards whose criteria is that an essay be submitted and are listed below.
GUIDELINES FOR ALL OPTIONAL ESSAYS: Submit a separate typed sheet per essay between 350-500 words in length. Scoring of all essays is based on content, grammar, voice and spelling.
No. 1 John and Laurie Tierney Memorial
Criteria: 2.5 GPA minimum
Current CHS graduate
Essay question: Identify one activity in which you participated in during high school that was important to you and describe the impact it had on you.
Criteria: 3.0 GPA minimum current grad
2.5 GPA minimum for post-secondary
Current grad/college student
Essay Question: Describe a memorable volunteer/community service experience and the impact it had on you.
2017 Condon Scholarship Foundation
ADMINISTERED SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY
By fully completing and submitting a Condon Scholarship Foundation application you may be eligible for an administered scholarship (restricted award). These are awards designated by the donor for students who meet specific criteria. There are Administered Awards whose criteria is that an essay be submitted please refer to ‘Optional Essay’ section for details.
Bill & Pearl Low Memorial Scholarship (via Oregon Community Foundation) Roy & Lizzie Evans Memorial Scholarship (via Oregon Community Foundation) Don & Zola Dunbar Scholarship (via Oregon Community Foundation) The following scholarships are administered by Condon Scholarship Foundation and require the completion of additional essays:
Alumni Association (Warnock & Myers) Bob and Shirley Kackley Memorial Condon Booster Club Condon Chamber of Commerce John and Laurie Tierney Memorial