Welcome and thank you for your interest in Ascend Federal Credit Union's Scholarship Program!
At Ascend, we believe education is paramount to a successful future. That's why the credit union awards $1,000 scholarships annually.
The deadline for submission is March 5, 2013. Complete your scholarship application by Feb. 15 to receive an iTunes® gift card and a chance to win some cash!*
To be eligible to apply, you must be a member of Ascend Federal Credit Union, you must be at least a graduating high school senior and you must plan to enroll or prove enrollment as a full-time student at an accredited college, university, technical or trade school in the next academic year. Once these initial requirements are met, you may begin your application by simply following the instructions below.
To establish membership, visit any one of our financial centers. For a complete list of locations, click here.
Already a member? Complete your scholarship application today!
*No purchase necessary to register or win. Registration forms will be available inside the financial centers until Feb. 15. All family members of Ascend Federal Credit Union's officials and employees are excluded from scholarship eligibility and the drawing. Scholarship winners may reapply for the next academic year.
- Click here to access the application.
- New Users: Set up an account by registering your email address and creating a password.
- Returning Users: Log in with previously established credentials.
- Once your account has been created and/or you have logged in, you will be directed to the Welcome page.
- If prompted for a program key, enter "ascend" (not case-sensitive).
- Review the requirements and instructions.
- Begin your application!
- ACT/SAT Score (if applicable)
- Grade Point Average (G.P.A.) [if applicable]
- Current Transcript (high school or college, if applicable)
- Financial Information (Such as financial need, dependent versus non-dependent status, Adjusted Gross Income, etc.)
- Extracurricular Activities/Community Service
- Recommendation (Submitted by a teacher, professor, mentor, or community leader)
- 500-word essay
- Personal Statement (Why you feel you deserve the award)