Hagan Scholarship Application
For the 2025-2026 Academic Year 

Fall Scholarship Application.  The Application will be available September 1, 2024.
1. After clicking on the Application Link, click on “New User” displayed in a Red Font, create a UN and PW, then click “Submit” to access the Scholarship Application.
2. The Submittal Deadline is December 1, 2024.
3. Applicants do not provide FAFSA information. Finalists must provide a copy of their FAFSA Summary.

Essential Information
1. Hagan Scholarship Brochure. An overview of the scholarship, eligibility, responsibilities and benefits.
2. Tips on How to Prepare a Successful Application 

Eligibility Requirements
1. Must attend a high school located in the United States.
2. Applicants who are not U.S. Citizens must be fluent in the English language.
3. Eligible high schools include public, private, charter, magnet, and STEM schools.
4. Must be in the high school graduating class.
5. Must have achieved a 3.50 Cumulative Grade Point Average.
6. Must enroll in an eligible four-year or higher not-for-profit College or University the first semester following high school graduation.
7. Must maintain a four year or less graduation schedule in college, or complete the equivalent of a four year degree if in a professional program.
8. Recipients must work 240 hours from January 1, 2025 until commencement of the 2025 fall semester in college. Employment must be regularly scheduled work performed under supervision for compensation. Work can be full-time or part-time, or a combination of the two.
9. Applicant’s Adjusted Gross Household Income reported for 2023 Federal Income Tax Purposes must not have exceeded $100,000. “Household Income” is defined as the total income received by all members of a household living under the same roof.
10. Applicants selected as Finalists must provide the first two pages of their FAFSA Submission Summary (FSS) showing their Student Aid Index (SAI).
11. Must apply for Federal and State grants if eligible.
12. Must not have a felony conviction.

The intended recipient is a high-achieving goal-driven student having substantial financial need.

“ You can’t go back and change the beginning, but
you can start where you are and change the ending.”
   C.S. Lewis

How to get off to a Great Start in College!
1. College 101-Tips and Tricks. A short three-page Guide to set you on the right path to college success.
2. Hotchkiss Note Taking and Study Tips. A short two-page Guide on how to improve your study skills.
3. College Success. An All-Inclusive Reference Guide on how to achieve college success.  

Online Links to Important Information
Scholarship Scams
Career Exploration
Occupational Outlook – U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
College Navigator
FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)

Decisions made by HSF are final and not subject to appeal. Terms and Conditions are subject to change without notice.