Congratulation to our 2020 Scholarship winners. To view more information about individual scholarship recipients, click the buttons below.
Don't let the media fool you, school is cool. It's even cooler when you get free money towards tuition, books, and living expenses. We know that school isn’t cheap, but we also know that higher education is one of the ways we’re going
to build a better future for our state. That’s why we have created a scholarship program to give New Mexico students the opportunity to open the door to more opportunities. Apply for one of our three available scholarships, each valued at $2,000.
Students may apply for more than one scholarship, but can only be awarded one scholarship per year. To be eligible, students must have plans to enroll in the fall of 2020 in a full-time undergraduate course of study at an accredited two- or four-year college or university, or in a full-time trade/vocational school. Full-time undergraduate students already enrolled at an accredited two- or four-year college or university, or trade/vocational school are also eligible. Students must agree to the use of their name and photograph for publication by U.S. Eagle relating to this program. Applicants must be members, or relative of a current member at U.S. Eagle. Employees, volunteers, and immediate family members of employees at U.S. Eagle are not eligible.
- Completed Application
- Video or essay expanding on selected scholarship category
- Parent/Guardian Release (if applicant is under the age of 18)
- Applicant must be a member of U.S. Eagle Federal Credit Union or a relative of a member
Scholarship submissions will be judged on the following:
- Purpose: Does the submission fulfill its mission?
- Creativity: Is the solution original and unique?
- Clarity: Is the direction and vision easy to understand?
- Efficacy: Do the proposed resources make sense, and do they appear efficient and effective?
- Understanding: Does the approach offer a solution to the issue?
- Sustainability: Does the solution provide a sustainable response to the issue?
Extracurricular activities, honors, awards, community service, employment, and internships may be considered for tiebreakers.