Recipient Responsibilities 

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 complete 14 credit hours each fall semester. *
    Must complete 30 credit hours each academic year, excluding summer school. *
6. Must achieve a 3.00 grade point average each semester. *
    Must maintain a 3.25 cumulative grade point average after the first semester. *
7. Must attend mandatory Free Summer Workshops.
8. Must fulfill Schwab Account Responsibilities.
9. Must not incur non-educational debt in excess of $10,000 without HSF prior approval.
10. Must apply for eligible Federal, State and Institutional grants.
11. 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

 

2 of 3  Mandatory Submittals and Scholarship Disbursements

By September 20 each year:
1. Confirmation of Four Year Graduation Schedule.*
2. Recipient’s 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 Only.
10. FERPA Agreement.*
After September 20 the award amount will be determined and disbursed by November 1 to recipient’s college or university. Disbursements are determined using a two semester academic year.
*Online Form available September 1 at the Scholar Portal.

By February 20 each year:
1. The school must mail a hard copy of recipient’s Official Grade Transcript to HSF after completion of the Fall Semester. The recipient’s return address is not required on the school envelope. NO Electronic or Emailed Transcripts.  
2. Recipient’s Financial Aid Award Letter.
3. Bill for Tuition, Fees, Room and Board.
4. List of Enrolled Courses and Scholarships.*
5. Confirmation of membership in a campus organization.* First year recipients only.
6. FERPA Agreement.* If recipient has transferred to another college or university.
After February 20 the award amount will be determined and disbursed by April 1 to recipient’s college or university. Disbursements are determined using a two semester academic year.
*Online Form available February 1 at the Scholar Portal.

By June 1 each year:
The school must mail a hard copy of recipient’s Official Grade Transcript to HSF after completion of the Spring Semester. The recipient’s return address is not required on the school envelope. NO Electronic or Emailed Transcripts. Transcripts not received by July 1 will result in the forfeiture of recipients scholarship unless a waiver is provided by HSF. The recipient’s return address is not required on the school envelope.  

 

3 of 3  Instructions for Sending Regular Mail and Email to HSF

USPS – Regular Mail 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

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 Application

Send emails to: scholarships@hsfmo.org