New Scholarship Recipients
Application Guidelines -
Biography, History and Funding
Financial Aid Worksheet
For Academic Year 2013-14
The Edmund F. Maxwell Foundation
4111 East Madison Street #450
Seattle, WA 98112
Scholarship Application Guidelines
A student’s eligibility for a scholarship is based on the student’s intent to seek a degree at the accredited private institution of his or her choice,
which receives its fundamental support from sources other than taxes.
Students who plan to attend accredited private colleges or universities (not State funded colleges or universities) and who are bona fide residents of Western Washington may apply for a scholarship.
It is anticipated that scholarships (other than renewals of previously awarded scholarships) will be limited to entering freshmen, with combined
SAT scores (not including the score on the writing section) of over 1200 (or equivalent ACT scores). The Trustees of the Foundation may also consider the applicant's scores on the writing portion of the SAT.
Student must have submitted a Free Application For Student Aid form (FAFSA) to the institution that he or she is planning to attend. For freshmen starting college during the 2013-2014 academic year, scholarships will ordinarily be $5,000 per year or less. Eligibility for and amount of a scholarship is based upon demonstrated financial need as determined by the institution that the student is planning to attend. Students should have a Financial Aid Worksheet completed and signed by a Financial Aid officer from each institution to which the student has applied.
Students must reapply to the Foundation to renew their scholarships each year they meet eligibility requirements for a total of up to four years.
is available only online; following completion, the original application and the required additional information must be submitted to the Edmund F. Maxwell Foundation. Applications must be submitted to the Foundation by the student and the institution no later than April 30, 2013. Students must also meet the differing deadlines of each institution to which they apply.
Send a copy of the Financial Aid Worksheet to the appropriate financial aid office of each institution for which the applicant is seeking financial aid. Each institution must send the completed Financial Aid Worksheet to The Edmund F. Maxwell Foundation together with a copy of the Financial Aid Worksheet Cover Page. Financial Aid Worksheets may be sent to multiple institutions.
Scholarship funds will be paid to the educational institution which the scholarship recipient will be attending.
The recipient is expected to maintain personal performance consistent with the original award criteria and satisfactory academic performance.
The program is designed to assist outstanding students with a portion of their cost of education. Other financial aid may be applied for and received.
The application requires the following additional information to be completed and submitted as part of the scholarship application.:
Extracurricular, Personal and Volunteer Activities
The applicant’s essay of not more than 500 words