Criteria for applicants:
- Applicants must reside at a Horizon Housing Foundation general partnership or limited partnership. However, after the first semester, applicant does not have to continue to live at a Horizon affiliated property.
- Applicants must be in good standing with the property (i.e. rent paid on time, limited complaints, etc.) and with the educational institution. Property manager must confirm this as well; school transcripts must be submitted each semester to confirm this.
- Applicant must pursue a 2-year or 4-year degree, certification or professional license.
- Applicant must be enrolled for current or upcoming semester.
- The university or trade school must be accredited.
- Applicants must have a high school diploma or GED.
- Applicants must have and maintain at least at 2.0 GPA to receive funding.
- Applicants must submit a 500-word essay emphasizing their contribution to the community.
- To receive additional funding each year, chosen applicants must submit transcripts to Horizon Housing Foundation at the end of each semester.
Descriptions of the scholarship:
- Horizon Housing Foundation is a non-profit that invests in low-income housing properties around Missouri, Georgia, Colorado, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Hawajj and Wisconsin. We are here to promote and reward you for making a difference in your community.
- The scholarship will be $1,500 a semester. If the applicant remains in good standing with institution and property (if still living a Horizon affiliated property) applicant may be eligible to receive $1,500 every semester for a maximum of eight semesters, totaling $12,000.
- Scholarships will be awarded once approved by the Scholarship Committee.