Citizen-Leader Scholarships

EAGLE SCOUT SCHOLARSHIP (pdf)

$20,000 over four years. ($5,000 per year)
Developing responsible citizenship, character, and self-reliance, Hampden-Sydney College embraces the values also shared by Scouting. Every year at H-SC, approximately 35 freshmen, 10% of the entering class, have attained the rank of Eagle Scout-among the highest percentages at any college or university in the country.
Any accepted Eagle Scout who attends Hampden-Sydney College will receive this scholarship. You may receive only one Citizen-Leader Scholarship of $5,000. Additional funding beyond that scholarship is possible through our academic scholarships and need-based programs, as determined by the FAFSA.

 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT PRESIDENT SCHOLARSHIP (pdf)

$20,000 over four years. ($5,000 per year)
For over 235 years Hampden-Sydney College has attracted men with the desire and talent to develop their leadership skills. The graduates of Hampden-Sydney have both the preparation and the conviction to serve in leadership positions in our state, nation, and world.
Any accepted applicant who is the President of the Student Government at his high school will receive this scholarship. You may receive only one Citizen-Leader Scholarship of $5,000. Additional funding beyond that scholarship is possible through our academic scholarships and need-based programs, as determined by the FAFSA.

 

BOYS STATE PARTICIPANT SCHOLARSHIP (pdf)

$20,000 over four years. ($5,000 per year)
Hampden-Sydney's founding mission "to form good men and good citizens" is in practice today to enrich the personal and civic lives of our students. The College has had great success in preparing young men for leadership positions with professional, civic, fraternal, religious, and political institutions and associations.
Any accepted applicant who has participated in Boys State will receive this scholarship. You may receive only one Citizen-Leader Scholarship of $5,000. Additional funding beyond that scholarship is possible through our academic scholarships and need-based programs, as determined by the FAFSA.

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