Schulze Family Foundation College Scholarship

The RMSFF board of trustees has overwhelmingly affirmed its support for the Schulze Family Foundation College Scholarship program for graduating high school seniors by increasing the number of scholarships available. This program is designed to reduce the crushing college debt burden faced by college students who have unmet need but don’t qualify for federal grant assistance. 

There are currently 131 Schulze Family Foundation Scholars from Minnesota, Florida, California and Colorado attending more than 80 different colleges in pursuit of their dreams of becoming engineers, doctors, musicians, teachers, nurses and so much more.  They are involved in volunteer work through church and community activities, holding down part time jobs, participating in varsity athletics, Model U.N. and math team, just to name a few.  We are very proud to call them Schulze Scholars.

We will award 46 new $20,000 scholarships ($5,000 per year) to deserving students from eligible high schools in California, Colorado, Florida and Minnesota. Successful candidates will show they have distinguished themselves through school, community and/or church activities while showing significant academic achievement in high school. Scholarships are awarded to U.S. citizens for four consecutive years of full-time college enrollment with satisfactory academic performance. 

Learn about eligibility requirements and eligible high schools. Applications for 2018-19 are now closed.

See our list of 2017 Schulze Scholars here.