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 of the freshman year.
3. Must maintain a four year or less 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 mandatory 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. Bill for Tuition, Fees, Room and Board
5. Current FAFSA Student Aid Report (all pages)
6. List of Enrolled Courses and Scholarships*
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 the award amount will be determined and disbursed by November 1 to 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. Paid Bill for Tuition, Fees, Room and Board
4. List of Enrolled Courses and Scholarships*
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 the award amount will be determined and disbursed by April 1 to 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 of Email Subject Line:   2345 Smith, John – Study Abroad

Send emails to: scholarships@hsfmo.org

Note: Keep ALL emails for each subject matter in one chain, we will not search for related emails to answer questions.

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