RCIAA Scholarship

In 2021, the RCIAA Scholarship was created. This scholarship makes possible access of undergraduate education to students who exhibit outstanding academic achievement and leadership, and who demonstrate a financial need. Additional consideration is given to students that will be juniors and seniors in the fall. Award is $2,500 per semester and will be automatically renewed based on students good academic standing and full-time enrollment up to a certain time frame. Please support this scholarship!

Criteria/Eligibility

Accepted for an incoming full-time student or enrolled full-time undergraduate in good standing which includes a GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale at Rust College.

Demonstrated leadership as evidenced by contributions to the enrichment of the individual’s school or community through active involvement on campus or in the community.

Students will be required to submit leadership/civic activities they are currently involved in and why they are important to them (120 word min).

Submit the online application below for the 2022-2023 academic year . Deadline is Tuesday, March 1, 2022.

Please certify that you agree to the statements below. Please note as a condition of eligibility, all scholarship recipients must be enrolled at Rust College and attend the RCIAA scholarship award announcements during the International Alumni Association meeting during Founders’ week. The information provided in this form must be complete and accurate to the best of your knowledge. Failure to comply with the requirements will result in forfeiture of the award. I hereby authorize and give the Rust College Office of Admission permission to provide my academic information to the Rust College International Alumni Association Scholarship Committee to ONLY be used in the evaluation and review of my scholarship application.
I hereby authorize and give the Rust College Financial Aid Office permission to provide my Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) and my financial need information to the Rust College International Alumni Association Scholarship Committee to ONLY be used in the evaluation and review of my scholarship application