Helen James Brewer Scholarship
Sponsored by: United Daughters of the Confederacy
Type of Award Scholarship
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The Helen James Brewer Scholarship has an average application process compared to similar scholarships. It may require an essay or interview to apply.
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The Helen James Brewer Scholarship is extremely competitive compared to similar scholarships.
Applicant must be a lineal descendant of worthy Confederates or collateral descendant who is a member of the Children of the Confederacy or the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Applicant must be a member or former member of the Children of the Confederacy or the United Daughters of the Confederacy and reside in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, or Virginia. Applicant must have at least a 3.0 GPA, be enrolled in an accredited college or university, and carry a minimum of 12 hours each semester. Applicant must be prepared to pass entrance examination of prospective college or university. Applicant must submit proof of Confederate Military Record, line of descent from Confederate ancestor, a letter of endorsement from sponsoring Chapter, a letter of recommendation, complete financial report, official transcripts, an essay on the significance of a southern heritage, and a wallet-size photo. Original and four copies of the application forms and five copies of all documents, certificates, and letters must be submitted to the Division Director of Education. All inquiries must include a self-addressed, stamped envelope.
Requirements for the Helen James Brewer Scholarship
The minimum GPA required to apply for this scholarship is
3.00 out of 4.0.
Scholarship Questions and Answers
Separate application required?
Award must be repaid?
Award is renewable?
Yes. Renewable for up to four years if recipient maintains minimum 3.0 GPA.
Award is granted yearly?