Ebell/Flint Scholarship Terms and Conditions 2023
All Ebell Scholars have excellent academic records, demonstrated financial need and strong personal character, as demonstrated through their commitment to community and leadership ability. The definitions of leadership and community are different for each student. It may be related to a student’s school community, city community, religious community, extra-curricular involvement or their family, which may require support of one kind or another from the student. Because we consider the scholarships our gift to the community, we choose scholarship recipients who share our feeling of responsibility for the communities in which we all live.
Currently the Ebell Scholarship award for students at two-year schools, such as community colleges, is $3,000 annually and the award for students at 4-year colleges and universities is $5,000 annually. Awards are issued in two disbursements each academic year: the first one in the fall at our Scholars Awards Night and the second disbursement in the spring at our Scholars Breakfast. A student can receive an Ebell Scholarship award for a maximum of 3 years or until the student attains a Bachelor’s degree, whichever comes first, as long as the student continues to maintain her or his eligibility.
Eligibility requirements include ALL of the following:
- United States citizenship or Permanent Resident status*
- Permanent residency in Los Angeles County*
- Full time undergraduate status at the time of application*
- Attendance at a non-profit, ACCJC or WASC accredited 2 or 4-year college or university within Los
- Sophomore, junior or senior post-secondary status in the fall of 2023
- A cumulative GPA of 3.25 or higher
- Financial need*
*For further clarification, see Ebell/Flint Scholarship FAQ’s.
Evaluation of Applicants will be based upon:
- The Ebell of Los Angeles Scholarship Application Form including a two-page personal statement which describes
- a) the student’s immediate and long-term career and educational goals;
- b) their community service or extracurricular activities including leadership roles; and,
- c) any personal challenges which they have had to overcome OR a personal interest, passion or talent which they have pursued.
- The Ebell Scholarship Financial Resources Profile and student’s SAR
- Official Transcripts from all higher educational institutions attended by the student
- Three letters of recommendation from a faculty member, professional or work manager, counselor, teacher or religious leader (Letters from family members or peers will not be considered).
- An in-person interview with the Ebell Scholarship Committee on the Ebell campus during the months of May or June.
Additional Requirements for Selected Scholars include:
- Maintenance of a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or better
- Successful completion of at least 24 units (semester system) or 36 units (quarter system) each academic year, verified by official transcript
- Delivery of an official transcript at the end of each semester before the fall and spring check disbursements to verify GPA and full-time status.
- Maintenance of a student’s current address, email and phone on file with the Ebell Scholarship Office
- Applicant acknowledges by signing and submitting the Ebell/Flint Scholarship Application, that he or she has read, understands and agrees to the terms and conditions of the scholarship and understands that it is for educational purposes only.
APPLICATION SUBMISSION CLOSED ON MONDAY, APRIL 3, 2023