ARMOND HAUGE SCHOLARSHIP
This Scholarship was established according to the will of Armond H. Hauge to provide scholarships for Denfeld High School graduates. Mr. Hauge graduated from Denfeld High School in 1946 and worked as an auto mechanic most of his working career. He got his first job when he was 6 years old and was awarded with a bike from the company when he turned 11 for never missing a day of work. Mr.Hauge valued education and wanted to help kids, because he did not have any of his own and so left his estate for a scholarship fund which will benefit Denfeld graduates.
Application Date: Applications must be received by January 15th.
Who May Apply: Graduating seniors from Denfeld High School.
Where can be used: Any accredited college or university, vocational college or community college.
Financial Need: Financial need is not a consideration.
Academic Criteria: Applicants must have achieved a 2.8 or higher cumulative GPA in high school.
Number and Duration: Awards of $3000 for up to four years will be granted.
Payment: The award is co-payable to the institution and the recipient and will be issued in a payment of $1500 prior to start of each semester.
ACT Test: Taking the ACT test is recommended.
Other awards: Other awards may be accepted provided that the combined amount does not exceed the full amount of tuition, books, fees, and room and board charges.
Application Forms are available on this web site. A completed application is due to by 11:59 P.M. on January 15. Late applications will not be considered.
In addition to the completed application, two recommendations (from a teacher, advisor, counselor or administrator) and a transcript of high school credits are required.
Determination of Awards: The studentís academic record, standardized test scores, participation in extra curricular activities, community service, and/or employment, recommendations, and demonstration of a strong work ethic will all be consideredwill all be considered. The Armond Hauge Scholarship Selection Committee will select individual scholarship recipients.
Recipient responsibilities: A recipient must be enrolled as a full-time student through each term. Full-time summer school attendance may be counted as one of the terms. It will be the responsibility of the student to obtain a copy of the grade report at the end of each academic year and mail it to the scholarship office. Academic progress and a grade point average of 2.2 must be maintained.
If the student receives a refund from the college due to non-completion of a term or not attending full time, these funds are to be returned to the Scholarship Committee. If the college requirements are not met, but there is no refund, the scholarship grant shall be forfeited for the next term.
Renewal: The Scholarship is renewable for three additional years. Each recipient will receive a renewal application which must be completed and returned to the Scholarship Committee with a certified copy of the transcript of the just completed year. Renewals will not be considered until both documents are received.