days ... those "good old golden rule" days. They can be less
hectic when you plan ahead at your credit union.
The CGR Credit Union offers a $1,000 Scholarship
to a child of a Credit Union member. The scholarship committee
awards a high school senior based on need, grades, SAT/ACT
scores, community and school projects and written recommendations.
The scholarship committee reviews the applications after the
March 1 deadline. Call the credit union for the application.
offer Student Loans through the Great Lakes Higher Education
Corporation. A variety of loans are available. Some are geared
to parents and some are specifically for independent undergraduates
and graduate students. You will need to complete a Financial
Aid Form from your financial aid office or guidance counselor.
Don't assume you won't qualify for aid. Aid is based on many
factors, and half of the students receive some type of aid.
Once you receive notice from the Federal Financial Office
of eligibility, just call the Credit Union for an application.
Scholarship applications must be received by the credit
union no later than March 1, 2005.