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Simpson County Water District continues to promote education in the water supply field and as a part of its overall community involvement by offering a $1,000 scholarship each year. The scholarship is offered to assist a Simpson County high school senior pursuing further education in a related field from Western Kentucky University or Bowling Green Technical College.

The scholarship is renewable for four years, as long as requirements are maintained. The scholarship program is administered by the College Heights Foundation at Western Kentucky University.
 
Simpson Water Scholarship Requirements

  1. Application must be postmarked no later than April 1.
  2. Applicant must:
    1. Be a resident of Simpson County.
    2. Be a dependent of a Simpson County Water District customer.
    3. Be graduating from Franklin-Simpson High School, or any future public high school in Simpson County.
    4. Be enrolling at Western Kentucky University or BG Technical College, Franklin Campus.
    5. Have a minimum high school GPA of a 2.7 out of 4.0.
    6. Complete a current FAFSA report.
    7. Be seeking a degree in one of the following fields of study.
      • Engineering
      • Environmental Science
      • Biology
      • Business
      • Accounting
      • Chemistry
      • Water Utilities Management
      • Architectural & Manufacturer Sciences
        (Drafting or AutoCAD)
      • Agriculture
      • Public Health
    8. Maintain one of the required fields of study throughout their post-secondary academic career to remain eligible.
  3. Students who receive scholarships from other sources with total amounts equal to full tuition or above will not be eligible for the Simpson Water Scholarship.
  4. Relatives of the Simpson Water staff and board will not be eligible for this scholarship.






 
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