Recipient Responsibilities 

Part 1 of 3:  General Responsibilities

1. Must live on campus the first semester of college, unless a waiver is obtained from HSF.
2. Must join one campus organization during the first semester the freshman year.
3. Must maintain a four-year graduation schedule.
4. Must declare an academic major by the junior year of college.
5. Must earn 14 GPA credit hours each fall semester.*
6. Must earn 30 GPA credit hours each fall and spring semester. *
7. Must achieve a 3.00 grade point average each semester.*
8. Must maintain a 3.25 cumulative grade point average after the first semester. *
9. Graduate students must earn 12 credit hours each semester to be eligible for HSF funding.*

10. Must attend the second and fourth-year Free Summer Workshops.
11. Must fulfill Schwab Account Responsibilities.
12. Must not incur non-educational debt in excess of $10,000 without HSF prior approval.
13. Must apply for eligible Federal, State and Institutional grants.
14. Must comply with HSF Policies, and must not act in a manner which brings discredit upon HSF, its Grantor, Trustee, employees, volunteers, other scholarship recipients, the college or university attended by recipient, or recipient.
* NO Exceptions

Part 2 of 3:  Mandatory Submittals and Scholarship Disbursements

By September 20 each year:
1. Confirmation of Four-Year Graduation Schedule*
2. Financial Aid Award Letter
4. Itemized Bill for the Total Cost of Attendance for the academic year
5. Current FAFSA Student Aid Report, all pages, must show EFC
6. List of Enrolled Courses and Scholarships Received*
7. Employment Report documenting 240 hours work*
8. Recipient’s Financial Statement*
9. Annual Progress Report* (second, third, and fourth year recipients)
10. FERPA Agreement*

* Form provided
A Link to the Online Submittal Form will be emailed to recipients by September 1. After September 20 award amounts will be determined and disbursed by November 1 to the recipient’s college or university. Disbursements will be determined using a two semester academic year.

By February 15 each year:
1. School Confirmations
2. Financial Aid Award Letter
3. Itemized Bill for the Total Cost of Attendance for the academic year
4. List of Enrolled Courses and Scholarships Received*
5. Confirmation of membership in a campus organization* (first year only)
6. New FERPA Agreement*
7. Current Grade Transcript

* Form provided
A Link to the Online Submittal Form will be emailed to recipients by January 20. After February 15 award amounts will be determined and disbursed by April 1 to the recipient’s college or university. Disbursements will be determined using a two semester academic year.

By June 15 each year:
Recipients must provide a current Grade Transcript using the Online Link provided by HSF.

Part 3 of 3:  Email and Mailing Instructions  

Email Instructions:
The Email Subject Line must first show recipient’s four-digit HSF Identification Number, then Last Name, comma, First Name, hyphen, subject matter.

Example:

Keep ALL emails for each subject matter in one chain, we will not search for related emails to answer questions. Send emails to scholarships@hsfmo.org

USPS – Mailing Instructions:
The Return Address must first show recipient’s four digit HSF Identification Number, then Last Name, comma, First Name; followed by recipient’s First and Last Name, Current Address, City, State and Zip Code. DO NOT send mail requiring a signature.

Example of Return Address: 
2345 Smith, John
John Smith
324 Winding Road
Beaver Creek, CO 65392

Mail to:
Hagan Scholarship Foundation
PO Box 1225
Columbia, MO 65205