INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING APPLICATION FOR A
ROBERT F. STIENS AND GLENDA M. STIENS SCHOLARSHIP
applications must be submitted to the Scholarship Committee through the
applicant's high school.
applicant must complete the prescribed application form and provide such other
relevant information as the Scholarship Committee may request. All information
will be treated in a confidential manner.
3. The completed application form and all attachments should be given to the Guidance Counselor or other designee of the high school.
high school will screen its applicants and submit to the Scholarship Committee a
list of those who should be seriously considered for a scholarship.
member of the family of a director, officer or employee of the Trustee (U. S.
Bank) or of the Scholarship Committee shall be eligible for the scholarship.
The term "member of the family" shall mean the spouse, child,
grandchild or other descendant or the spouse of a child, grandchild or other descendant of such
director, officer or employee.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION IS APRIL 30, 2021
SUBMIT COMPLETED APPLICATION AND ALL
TO THE GUIDANCE COUNSELOR OF YOUR
CRITERIA ESTABLISHED BY
ROBERT F. STIENS AND GLENDA M. STIENS TRUST
AND OTHER CRITERIA
applicant must desire to continue his or her education.
applicant will be selected without regard to race, religion, sex, age or creed,
and on the basis of:
i. Financial need;
ii. Academic achievement;
iii. Attitude toward schoolwork;
viii. Citizenship; and
However, the greatest emphasis will be placed on the applicant's financial
are no restrictions as to the type of advanced training selected. The applicant may attend an accredited
college or university or an accredited trade or technical school. The type of training desired should be such
as to equip the applicant to earn a living and to make a contribution to the
community in which he or she lives.
is anticipated that the applicant is capable of meeting and maintaining the
scholastic requirements of the school selected.
E. The applicant’s financial need is important. However, it is also anticipated that the applicant will fund part of his or her own expenses.
Robert F. Stiens and Glenda M. Stiens Scholarship can be applied toward
tuition, class fees, and books. Payments
are normally made directly to the school or institution where the student is
a scholarship has been awarded to an applicant, the scholarship may be removed
if the Trustee determines, in its sole discretion, that the applicant no longer
meets the criteria set out in paragraph (B) above. Scholarships are not extended for graduate