Armin Hohenadler


Scholarship Agreement Letter

Posted by armin on April 12th, 2021

This form concludes an agreement between the Rogue Community College Foundation and the designated fellow for the funds awarded for the academic year 2020-21 (July 2020 – June 2021). The scholarships are first used for tuition, fees and tuition books at Rogue Community College. Any over-assets are reimbursed to the beneficiary to be used for the cost of living during registration. We start with the scholarship letter, because it is the piece of correspondence that each candidate hopes to receive. While you may be tempted something simple like „Congratulations! You are the recipient of our scholarship, and the money will be delivered to your university at the beginning of your next semester,“ „You actually have to write a little more than that for your beneficiary. This is a step-by-step guide that will help you build your thank you letter. We encourage you to think about your response, as we send your letters to donors and supporters of your scholarship. Of course, what you include in your letter may be different. You must consider the unique rules and values of your program when writing your scholarship letter. The models we have provided below are only a proposal and should not be followed to the letter. In fact, you want to adapt them to your specific needs. We hope these will help you to stimulate the construction or optimization of your scholarship program. Finish your letter by thanking the donor again and pledging to do good with „donor investment.“ We conclude with the hardest letter for most fellows – the rejection letter.

It`s certainly not as fun as writing a scholarship letter, so let`s talk about why you should send a rejection letter. Start your letter by thanking the donor for providing funds for your scholarship. Tell the donor what this scholarship means to you. Applications were assessed. Recipients have been selected. This is the moment everyone was waiting for. It`s time to write the scholarship letter, announce the recipients and celebrate the success of your program. Don`t be afraid! We`re here for you.

Below is an example of a price letter to be sent to each fellow, as well as a scholarship contract form and a sample of scholarship refusals. With your scholarship letter, you should include a scholarship contract that meets all the conditions necessary to accept and maintain the price, such as those mentioned above. A detailed explanation of the requirements allows the selected recipient to decide whether or not to accept the prize. If you want even more help writing correspondences like your scholarship letter, we recommend using SmarterSelect for your scholarship programs. Our clients have exclusive access to a community forum where you can share your letters and ask other program administrators for your opinion.