CARH Scholarship Foundation Extends Application Deadline To May 4th 

April 27, 2018

The CARH Scholarship Foundation has extended the deadline for accepting scholarship applications to May 4, 2018.  If you have not already done so, please contact your on-site property managers to let them know about the CARH Scholarships so that they can encourage their residents to apply immediately! Click here for a flier that you can email or fax to your properties to help publicize the scholarship program.

The five scholarships are awarded to deserving residents of CARH-member affordable rural housing properties. Each scholarship provides $1,500 per semester for educational expenses, with a maximum four years of funding. The Foundation will also present $250 to the complex manager where there is a scholarship recipient, as well as recognition in CARH publications and on CARH’s website,

There are two types of applications for scholarships (click title to download the application):

  • Application for Traditional Students – This application is for those students/individuals, that are currently a candidate for high school graduation or within the past five years received a high school diploma (or equivalent); and
  • Application for Non-Traditional Students – This application is for students/individuals, with a high school diploma or equivalent, who have been out of school for five years or more.

Additionally, one scholarship has been reserved for a qualified applicant who has been accepted at or is enrolled in an accredited vocational or trade school program. All applicants are eligible for the other four scholarships.

Applications, along with qualification information, can also be downloaded from the “Scholarship Foundation” menu option of the CARH website, Applications must be received by the Scholarship Foundation no later than the extended deadline of May 4, 2018.

The scholarship recipients will be presented at a special Awards Breakfast on Wednesday, June 20th during the CARH Annual Meeting and Legislative Conference at the Ritz-Carlton Pentagon City, Arlington, Virginia.


Rodney Corley
CARH Scholarship Foundation President

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