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Rotary Scholarship Application 2023

Rotary Scholarship Application 2023 (Due by March 10, 2023)

1. Scholarship applications must include the following items:

  • Scholarship application form either typed or legibly handwritten
  • Student essay for Part II of application
  • Student essay for Part III of application
  • Four-semester transcript that includes GPA (official copy)
  • Four letters of recommendation. A letter from your principal is desirable but not mandatory

2. All application materials must be neatly arranged and complete.

3. Application materials must be hand-delivered to the principal or counselor of residing school or Commerce City Rotary Scholarship Committee, Attention: Julie McCollam or Adams 14 Education Foundation, Attention: Dale Mingilton.

4. All three parts of this application must be typed or legibly handwritten, and all questions must be answered. If a question does not apply, respond with “N/A”

5. Incomplete applications will be disqualified, as will those which fail to meet the deadline or who do not follow directions.

First Name *
Last Name *
Date of Birth
Social Security Number
Address Line 1 *
City *
State/Province *
Postal Code *
Currently Employed
Please list all schools you have applied to or intend to apply. Clarify if you have been accepted or is currently pending.
Other Financial Aid, Granted, Source and Amount Awarded
Is family able to provide support in college?
Do you know any members of the Commerce City Rotary?

Please upload a typewritten account of the following information below. Your answer should be complete, yet concise. (In a PDF file type)

1. Describe your scholastic achievements, school-related extracurricular activities, community involvement, jobs held, or other work experience. Include any awards or special recognition that you have received.

2. Provide any pertinent information that would indicate your financial need.


Please upload a typewritten essay below, telling the committee about yourself, your accomplishments, goals, activities, and any other items that you consider important. (Max word is 300 per question and in PDF)

1. What are your educational and professional goals?

2. What are some of the activities in which you’ve been involved in and what have you learned from them?

3. Tell us about a difficult situation in your life, how you overcame it, and what it taught you?

View the scholarships criteria and the application for better understanding on what to upload.
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I certify that all of this information on this application and any supplementary forms are true and complete.


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