Dear Graduating Senior:
This year the Rotary Club of Frisco will award a $8,000.00 scholarship to two Frisco ISD graduating seniors.   The scholarship awards are based on need, academic achievement, leadership, and participation in extra-curricular activities.
The completed scholarship application along with an official transcript must be mailed and postmarked no later than Thursday, April 11, 2024 to:
The Rotary Club of Frisco
P.O. Box 130
Frisco, TX 75034
After  review  of  the  applications  and  interviews  with  applicants,  the  Rotary  Scholarship
Committee will determine the recipient and present the award at a monthly Rotary meeting.
The Rotary Treasurer will issue a check for $1,000.00 each semester of a reward recipient’s attendance at junior college, college, or university for up to eight (8) semesters. The check will be made out to the junior college, college, or university of the student’s choice with instructions for the funds to be applied to the reward recipient’s account.

General Requirements:
1.   The college or university must be a Southern Association or state accredited college, junior college, or university.
2.   The recipient must be a full-time student, defined by taking a minimum of twelve (12)
semester hours.
3.   Recipients are required to maintain a 2.5 average on a four (4) point system or a 1.75 average on a three (3) point system.
4.   Beginning with the recipient student’s second semester, ensuing scholarship payments will be contingent on the student’s presenting to the Rotary scholarship chair a transcript showing the grade point average for that semester and proof of registration for the next semester.
5.   Recipients are required to visit the Rotary Club of Frisco at least once each year and report on their progress of studies.
6.   If the recipient drops out of school for two (2) consecutive semesters, their scholarship will be forfeited.
7.   Students whose parent is a member of Rotary International are NOT eligible for this scholarship.
For questions or comments please contact:    
Vivian M. Roe
Board Secretary, Scholarship Chair