The Deana Kendrick Foundation (TDKF) offers scholarships to women over thirty who are returning to college, are currently in college seeking a degree, or are starting college after a lengthy break from school. You must be admitted into a college or university at the time of your application. Scholarships range from $250-$500 per semester (OTC) and $125 per quarter (Foothill) or summer semester. This scholarship is best suited for community colleges but may be used at a four-year university. A limited number of scholarships are awarded each year. If you are not awarded a scholarship this semester, you are welcome to resubmit the following semester. To be considered for a scholarship, you will need to submit a typed application containing thefollowing information.
2. Date of birth
4. Contact phone number.
5. E-mail address if applicable.
6. Highest completed level of education
7. Name of college or university to which you’ve been admitted.
8. Degree you are seeking (you may state undecided)
9. Semester for which you are applying
10. Current annual income
11. Statement: I have read the Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q.) on the website.
12. A 300-word essay. Your topic: The Next Stage of My Life.
In addition, you will need to have two letters of recommendation, each in a sealed envelope, mailed from the individual recommending you directly to TDKF, at the following address:
The Deana Kendrick Foundation
c/o Kay Litchy
P.O. Box 14146
Springfield MO 65814
TDKF reserves the right to grant scholarships to women over thirty. TDKF does not discriminate based on religious beliefs, sexual orientation,disability, or race. TDKF cannot financially grant every applicant, and reserves the right to refuse scholarship to any person for any reason at any time. This scholarship is for educational purposes only and TDKF reserves the right to make checks payable to a university, community college, or college bookstore. Meeting the parameters of the foundation is no guarantee of receiving a scholarship. Receipt of a scholarship one semester does not guarantee the grant of a scholarship for any other semester. An application must be filed each semester. Applicants who have been placed on academic probation during the semester the scholarship is granted shall not be eligible for any scholarship in the future. After the scholarship is awarded, recipients name and university may be placed on the TDKF website and press release to interested parties. If the recipient does not wish to have her name posted on the website or press release, she must make that request in writing to the foundation within 30 days after being notified of receiving award. The applicants of scholarship shall not rely on any oral representation made by TDKF. The applicants shall hold TDKF harmless concerning TDKF’s decision to either grant or not grant a scholarship and any other matter related therto.