Scholarship Application Request Form

First Name

 Last Name 

Preferred First Name


College Name

Area Code

 Phone Number  

Home Address



  Zip Code

Email Address


Birth Date (month, date, year)

Ethnicity (optional):


Are you currently

receiving financial aid?


Have you received any other



If YES – Please explain:

Referred By

Please provide a short statement on
why we should consider you for this
scholarship fund?

Potential applicants should note that Earline Parmon scholarships:

Are merit-based;

Are awarded to students with a demonstrated financial need;

May be awarded to any class student, not just incoming freshmen;

May be renewable but renewal is not guaranteed;

Are restricted to payment of tuition, room and board, books and fees;

Are awarded through the member schools, not directly to students from EPSF - Students

interested in the EPSF should contact a scholarship coordinator at

How to Apply:

All applicants must be enrolled or accepted into an HBCU.
Applications are available from the EPSF Scholarship Coordinator upon submitting above request.
Completed applications must be submitted along with the required attachments to the Scholarship Coordinator (see list of application forms and required attachments below).
Applicants should consult their schools concerning the selection process.
Campus Scholarship Coordinator must re-certify the award recipients to renew the award each semester (if applicable).



Who is eligible for the Earline Parmon Scholarship?
The Earline Parmon Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance to highly qualified underrepresented minority students who wish to attend a Historically Black College or University.

Students interested in applying for the Earline Parmon Scholarship must meet the following criteria:

A citizen of the United States of America.

Full-time student pursuing a degree in any discipline.

Demonstrated commitment to academic excellence and community service with a high school GPA of not less than 3.0; a combined verbal/math score of 1650 or more on the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or a score of 25 or higher on the American College Testing (ACT) examination.

Recommended by their high school as academically exceptional.

Demonstrated financial need and maintain not less than 3.0 GPA each year for the duration of the scholarship.

Application Package:

General Information Form
Enrollment/Certification of Academic Standing
Acceptance Form
Financial Aid Information
High School Transcript (for incoming Freshmen)
Undergraduate Transcript (for Graduate and Law School)
Resume and/or Personal Information Form
Recommendation Letters
Head Shot or Personal Photograph

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