Scholarship Application

STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION OPEN NOW

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Scholarship Deadline has been extended to 5:00pm on July 1, 2020. 

Scholarships are only available to children of active public safety personnel of Washtenaw County Police, Fire, and Corrections Officers. Previous scholarship winners are not eligible.

NOTE: It is required that you answer every section. Awardees will be selected based upon demonstrated accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, volunteer activity, leadership, and future goals. Do not send pictures with the application.

The Washtenaw 100 will plan to award up to ten scholarships starting at $2,000.  The scholarship will be sent directly to the recipient, to be used only for tuition as applied for in this application.

Download PDF Application

Download the PDF or complete the on-line application.
If downloading: 
E-mail PDF to: info@washtenaw100.org Subject Line 2020 Scholarship
or
Mail to: Washtenaw 100, PO Box 1204, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.

Online Application

To avoid timing out, be sure to have all information prior to beginning your application.

STUDENT AGREEMENT: By submitting this application I: (1) affirm that I have not received a previous scholarship award from Washtenaw 100; (2) understand that I am required to provide proof of enrollment prior to receiving the award, and (3) affirm that I will complete a full course load within one year of the award or will return the scholarship.

PARENT AGREEMENT: By submitting this application I: (1) affirm that applicant has not received a previous scholarship award from Washtenaw 100; (2) understand that applicant is required to provide proof of enrollment prior to receiving the award, and (3) affirm that if applicant does not complete a full course load within one year of the award I am responsible to see that the scholarship is returned.

In order to qualify, you must be enrolled in an Accredited Bachelor/Graduate four-year school: Is this a four-year school?

If no, is this an accredited associate’s degree program in the public safety field, including criminal justice and firefighting?

Will you be registering for at least 12 semester credit hours?

8 + 4 =

Questions?

The Washtenaw 100 is proud to support the families of the men and women of law enforcement and firefighting who give so selflessly that we may enjoy a safe community.