Waterville Woman’s Association Non-traditional Student Scholarship

Eligibility: The Waterville Woman’s Association awards need-based scholarships to qualified women who live in the greater Waterville area and will attend an accredited non-profit postsecondary institution in Maine during the next academic year.

The applicant must meet the following requirements:

1. Must have been accepted by an accredited non-profit postsecondary institution within the State of Maine.
2. Must demonstrate financial need (based on the FAFSA).
3. Must submit an application no later than May 1 and include all supporting documents.
4. Must be a full-time student for the 2023-2024 academic year.
Scholarship Amount: Variable
Application Process:

Interested, qualified individuals must submit the completed application form, including supporting documents by May 1. All correspondence will only be between the applicant and the Association.

Deadline Description: All applications and supporting materials must be submitted by May 1.
Deadline Date: May 1st
Eligibility Codes:
Returning to School
Nonspecific to course of study
How is this Awarded? The award will be made directly to the post-secondary institution and must be used within one year from the date of the award letter. Scholarships are awarded based on need, and preference is given to women entering their first year of post-secondary education.