Veridian Credit Union offers scholarships to encourage students to increase their financial education.
Veridian Credit Union Scholarship
Applicants in the Incoming Freshman, Undergraduate and Graduate categories submitted essays defining financial literacy and outlining plans for their own successful financial future. Applicants submitted a 500-word essay and professional resume. A panel of Veridian employees selected recipients in three categories to receive $2,000 each toward tuition in the 2018-2019 academic year. Veridian’s scholarships in those categories were awarded to the following students:
- Incoming Freshman: Emily Hayes, Cedar Falls
- Undergraduate: Alexis Hahn, Cedar Falls
- Graduate: Taylor Broshar, Urbandale
Veridian ArtShare Scholarship supports the development of outstanding high school students who excel in the arts and who plan to pursue educational programs leading to a career in the arts. This includes, but is not limited to, Art Education, Art History, Ceramics, Design, Jewelry and Metal Arts, Painting and Drawing, Photography, Printmaking, and Sculpture.
Applicants of Veridian’s ArtShare Scholarship submitted essays detailing their future in the arts. The 2019 ArtShare Scholarship in the amount of $2,000 was awarded to Carly McCoy of Ankeny.
Veridian members are also eligible to apply for the Warren A. Morrow Memorial Scholarship provided by the Iowa Credit Union Foundation (ICUF). The following recipients each received a $2,000 scholarship:
- Na Mee, Waterloo
- Amber Rosenstiel, Oelwein
Scholarship application deadlines have passed for school year 2019-2020. The scholarship program application process for 2020-2021 will begin in November. Please stop back to apply online.