College Scholarship from IVLA

College Scholarship from IVLA2018-10-24T03:04:19+00:00

About IVLA’s College Scholarship Opportunity

$1,000 to be used towards your college education

IVLA understands the importance of a college education for students!  We also understand the expense to families in providing a college education for their children.  We are proud to announce that we are offering a $1,000 scholarship to a student who will be attending a post-secondary school in the Fall of 2019.

We are offering a $1,000 scholarship to any U.S. student accepted to a national college or university who meets the guidelines listed below. Our goal is to provide opportunities to make a college education more affordable to students who desire to pursue a higher education. Our selection process is merit based and determined by the creativity of a 500 word essay submitted through our website.

Submit a Scholarship Application

At a Glance Scholarship Guidelines

  • U.S. resident accepted to an accredited U.S. university, community college, or trade school

  • Submit a 300 – 500 word essay

  • Have a 2.5 GPA or higher

  • Must be a high school senior or undergraduate student with 1+ school year(s) remaining

  • Must be submitted on or before April 30th, 2019

How has technology advanced your education over the course of your student life?

Submit Your Essay

Frequently Asked Questions

When will the funds be released?2018-10-05T14:09:12+00:00

We will select a winner by May 30th, 2019. We will then work with the winner’s school to issue the funds, preferably by mid-June, but ultimately determined by the schedule of the school accepting the funds.

Are the funds issued directly to me?2018-10-05T14:06:32+00:00

The funds will be issued to the school you plan on attending. The school will then apply the funds towards your tuition.

What documents do I need to submit with my essay?2018-10-05T14:05:18+00:00
Do I have to be an IVLA student to qualify?2018-10-05T14:04:34+00:00

You do not have to be an IVLA student to qualify. You simply must have been accepted to an accredited U.S. university, community college, or trade school.

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