To be eligible to receive a NHSF scholarship, a student must demonstrate
academic potential and financial need; must be a resident of New Haven
graduating from a New Haven public high school or Eli Whitney Regional
Vocational Technical School. The student must also complete the NHSF
application available through the Guidance Departments at their high school;
have a college or other accredited school acceptance, and participate in an
interview with a Director of NHSF.
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About the Awards
Contributions in the past year have come from individuals , corporations and
organizations in the Greater New Haven area and beyond. The Board of
Directors also raises funds through their own contributions and those of other
individuals and business enterprises. The NHSF has one endowment dedicated
to students pursuing a career in education; another specifically for multi-year
awards, and endowments funded each year by family and friends of a named
Awards are paid directly to the colleges and schools upon submission of the
tuition bill to NHSF. Mult-year awards are available to students who are prior
recipients, who complete the present academic year, and meet the criteria of
academic potential and financial need.
"We'll get you started"
Establishing Named Award, a Memorial or Honorary Scholarship
a gift of $10,000 or more will establish an endowed, named award
a group of 3 or more individuals may give $600 or more in honor or memory
of an individual
transfers of securities are always welcome; please call for transfer instructions
To establish a named award or for other donations please use our donation
form and e-mail to Newhavenscholarshipfund@yahoo.com or mail to: New
Haven Scholarship Fund P.O. Box 8936, New Haven, Ct. 06532-8936
After the First Year
A multi-year scholarship is also available for individuals who have previously
received NHSF awards. The application information can be downloaded
HERE and mailed to the address below.