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2019 Scholarship Information

United Bay Community Credit Union will provide $200.00 scholarships to selected high school seniors who are pursuing a post-secondary education. High School Seniors who are a member of United Bay Community Credit Union are eligible to apply.


Eligibility requirements include:
  • The student must be a member of United Bay Community Credit Union as of January 1, 2019.
  • Plans to attend any post-secondary education institution. Eligible education institutions include universities, colleges, technical schools, trade and vocational institutions. A letter of acceptance from the educational institution is required. The letter may be submitted with the application or at a later date.
  • A high school GPA of a B- or better.
  • A written essay on the Importance of Having Good Credit. The essay should be a minimum of 75 words and no more than 150.
  • UBCCU employees and board members and their immediate family members are not eligible.

Application Process

In order for an application to be considered, all applicants must submit the following information to United Bay Community Credit Union by Monday, March 11, 2019:

  • Completed scholarship application
  • High school transcript
  • Essay
  • Letter of acceptance to any post-secondary education institution
        Acceptance letter can be submitted at a later date or prior to payment, if selected.

Submit information to:

United Bay Community Credit Union
Attention: Kerri Singley
1309 N. Lincoln Avenue
Bay City, MI  48708

Selection Process

A committee will review the applications and select the scholarship recipients. Applications will be judged based on a good mix of extracurricular activities, work experience, the written essay and GPA. The essay is judged on content, creativity, and clarity.

Winners will be notified by mail in May 2019. The funds may be used for tuition, room and board, books or materials.

If you have any questions, please contact Kerri Singley at (989) 891-1636.


Scholarship Application


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