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Check out Rotary Foundation scholarship

Check out Rotary Foundation scholarship

If you have been accepted to study at a college or university in Colorado, plan to major in science or math and live within Rotary District 5450 (essentially metro Denver, reaching from Longmont in the north to Castle Rock in the south and from Summit CO to the Eastern Plains), you should definitely check out the UHills Rotary Foundation Scholarship. The deadline to apply is February 28, 2014.

The University Hills Rotary Club created this generous scholarship ranging from $3,500 to $5,000 to support well-qualified and deserving students with an interest in collegiate study emphasizing mathematics and/or the physical or earth science disciplinesFor more information about the scholarship, click here. Questions? Email

Download the application by clicking here and then clicking on tab at left. Completed applications must be mailed by the applicant’s school to: University Hills Rotary Club Foundation, Scholarship Committee, P.O. Box 102767, Denver, CO 80250 by February 28, 2014.  Note: acceptance to the school of choice may be pending at that date; however, one may proceed with the application.  Award, however, would not be granted unless applicant is accepted.  Questions:

About Rotary:

The purpose of the University Hills Rotary Foundation, as it is of Rotary International, to …”encourage and foster service as a basis of worthy enterprise’”…which will ultimately lead to “international understanding, good will and peace…” Rotary International is the original service club. Its focus is on human service locally, internationally, and vocationally.  It is over 100 years old and organizes programs emphasizing human interaction and welfare with the expressed purpose of improving the human condition and bringing peace to the world.  Rotarians number over 1.25 million in 32,000 clubs in excess of 160 countries.



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