The Evans Scholarship is a full tuition and housing college scholarship for high-achieving caddies with limited financial means. To qualify, caddies must meet the requirements of having a strong caddie record, excellent academics, demonstrated financial need and outstanding character.
Scholarship applications are accepted at the beginning of an applicant's senior year of high school, as well as from college freshmen.
The entire application – including supporting documents like evaluations, recommendation letters, transcripts, test scores, a CSS profile and FAFSA information – are expected to be completed by October 30. The Scholarship Committee will begin its review when the application is complete. The Committee will interview finalists, and the final selection rests with the Committee. All decisions will be finalized by April 1.
A) Strong caddie record: Applicants must have caddied, regularly and successfully, for a minimum of two years and are expected to caddie at their sponsoring club the year they apply for the Scholarship.
B) Excellent academics: Applicants must have completed their junior year of high school with above a B average in college preparatory courses. The ACT and SAT will be optional for 2021 applicants.
C) Demonstrated financial need: Applicants must clearly have a need for financial assistance.
D) Outstanding character: Applicants must be outstanding in character, integrity and leadership.
August 1: Application available online. Review the information on the website.
October 1: CSS Financial Aid Profile becomes available. Please complete the CSS Profile online and submit to CSS along with the required fee as soon as possible. The Evans Scholars Foundation CSS code is 0153. You can also file FAFSA online on October 1. Please submit a copy of your completed FAFSA Federal Student Aid Report with the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) number when it becomes available.
October 30: Applications are expected to be completed, including all supporting documents (completed CSS Profile, FAFSA Federal Student Aid Report, High School Evaluation, Caddie Evaluation, letters of recommendation, high school transcript and test scores).
April 1: All application decisions are finalized.
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