Who Can Apply:
- Cheryl Twilley was a beloved mother who passed away too soon, leaving behind a legacy of generosity.
- Cheryl believed in serving others and providing outreach to those who were experiencing socioeconomic adversity. Financial struggles are all too common, preventing many young people from being able to pursue their dreams and continue their education.
- This scholarship seeks to honor the memory of Cheryl Twilley by supporting low-income students in their pursuit of higher education.
- Any first-generation, low-income undergraduate student who is an underrepresented minority may apply for this scholarship if they have at least a 2.8 GPA and community service experience.
Submission: To apply, tell us about yourself, you plan to make a difference by addressing socioeconomic adversity, and how experiencing financial hardship has impacted your life and your goals.
Deadline: February 5, 2024