Applications for the 2020 ARRL Foundation Scholarship Program will be accepted between September 1 and December 31, 2019.
All applicants must be FCC-licensed radio amateurs, and many scholarships have other specific requirements, such as intended area of study, residence within a particular ARRL Division, Section or state, and license class. Applicants should review the scholarships and check off the ones for which they are eligible.
If you complete an online application, you must also email a PDF of academic transcripts from your most-recently completed school year by January 13, 2020.Applications that are not accompanied by transcripts will not be considered. The ARRL Foundation Scholarship Committee will review all applicants for eligibility and award decisions. Scholarship recipients will be notified in May 2020 via USPS mail and email.
For more information, visit the ARRL Foundation Scholarship Program page.
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