We're proud to support the academic goals of our young members and family members of our Sharonview team. Each year, we honor deserving students with scholarship money to help with the costs of their undergraduate degree by awarding these scholarships.
Sharonview is partnering with the Carolinas Credit Union Foundation to offer a smooth and easy-to-manage application process for our members. There's a simple sign-up process which allows you to manage your scholarship application through their portal.
In addition to the scholarships Sharonview offers, the Carolinas Credit Union Foundation is offering additional scholarship awards. Any applicant that does not receive a scholarship award from Sharonview is automatically entered in the Carolinas Credit Union Foundation's scholarship pool.
Scholarship Application Update:
The online scholarship applications window closed Febrary 01, 2022. You can still visit the scholarship portal to check on the progress of the scholarships. No further changes made be made to your application after February 1, 2022.
Applicants will use the Scholarship Application Portal at the Carolinas Credit Union Foundation. The process is as follows:
- Create a login for the portal.
- Start a new scholarship application.
- Save your progress and return later if needed.
- Once submitted, you will not be able to make further changes to your application.
- Notifications and updates will be received through the portal.
Before starting the application, make sure you have the following documents to attach to the scholarship application.
- Obtain full transcript from an accredited educational institution. Partial transcripts and/or transcripts with a weighted GPA will not be considered for application.
- Secure documentation from school officials, volunteer organizations or employers for honors, awards and service hours.
- High School Seniors must submit a copy of their college acceptance letter with their application.
- College Freshmen must include both college and high school transcripts.
- Graduate Students must include the last year of undergraduate transcripts.
For more tips and information, be sure to check out the Scholarship Resource Center
Scholarship Resource Center
As part of the scholarship application, entrants will be asked to write an essay. Please be sure to take your time to craft your essay, as it is a very important part of the application.
Scholarship Application Essay Prompt.
Please write an essay, not to exceed 300 words, on the following topic:
- Most everyone agrees that financial education is not emphasized nearly enough. This is especially true for high school students, since they are preparing to make major financial and life decisions. If you were given the power, what specific steps would you take to improve financial education for high school students?