Simon Educational Trust Scholarship

Center for Scholarship Administration (CSA)

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Grant amount: US $1,000 - US $2,000

Deadline: Feb 27, 2020

Applicant type: High School Student

Funding uses: Scholarship

Location of project: Anywhere in the world

Location of residency: United States

Location of citizenship: United States

Minimum GPA: 2.0

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About this funder:



The Simon Educational Trust Foundation is providing scholarships for deserving students. The Center for Scholarship Administration, Inc. (CSA), a non-profit, independent organization is the Facilitator of the scholarship fund.

This scholarship is a four-year scholarship subject to the following terms and conditions: recipients must remain in good academic standing. Students must remain enrolled full-time, continuously throughout the four-year scholarship. Under special circumstances, individual exceptions may be made to the full-time continuous enrollment requirement, at the discretion of the committee and Trustee. If a scholarship is awarded for an academic year, and is not used within that year, it is forfeited, and unused money is returned to the Trust. Failure to meet the eligibility requirements will result in forfeiture of the scholarship.  

Scholarship recipients will receive information from CSA each year on the procedure to verify continued eligibility for the scholarship. Recipients must submit a renewal application, transcript or grade report, and W-8 or W-9 form, in order to be considered for renewal of their scholarships each year. Scholarship amounts are not guaranteed, as renewed scholarship amounts may vary from year to year due to a variety of factors.

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  • Applicants Must: 
    • Be high school seniors.
    • Be U.S. citizens.
    • Demonstrate financial need.
    • Demonstrate scholastic attainment, general moral character, industry and tenacity of academic purpose.
    • Plan to attend full-time an accredited two-year or four-year college, university, trade, or technical school located in the United States.
  • A minimum cumulative unweighted GPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale through the latest fall term. 


  • Preference shall be given in the following order to applicants planning to attend institutions of higher education:
    • Applicants who are candidates for admission to Brandeis University.
    • Applicants graduating from high schools located in South Bend, Indiana.
    • Applicants graduating from other high schools located in St. Joseph County, Indiana.
    • Applicants graduating from high schools located in the State of Indiana.
    • Applicants graduating from high schools located in other states or territories of the USA.
    • Male applicants having the same qualifications and attributes are preferred over female candidates.
  • Preference will be given to students attending Brandeis University.
    • The recipients may attend any accredited college, university, technical, trade or professional school, located in the United States, in any field of study leading to a degree, diploma or certificate, provided the institution meets the criteria in the following paragraph.
    • Recipients must be enrolled full-time each semester and working towards an undergraduate degree. 
  • The institution must be an educational organization that normally maintains a regular faculty and curriculum and normally has a regularly enrolled body of pupils or students in attendance at the place where its educational activities are regularly conducted.
    • To the extent the institution is involved in the selection of the recipients (if at all), that involvement must comply with the Scholarship Program`s policy of awarding scholarships on an objective and non-discriminatory basis as well as the Scholarship Program`s Conflict of Interest Policy.