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CASE Credit Union is pleased to announce the availability of six (6), $1,000 scholarships* for the 2019/2020 academic year. Applicants must be a college-bound, high school senior to be eligible for this award.

This scholarship is given in memory of Florence Chubb, Bud Hayes, and Hyrtl Feeman. Winners are chosen based on their academic achievement, community involvement, school activities, awards and honors, recommendations, and an essay on financial literacy initiatives.

CASE Credit Union’s Scholarship Committee will select award recipients and notify them by Wednesday, May 1, 2019. Scholarships will be presented at CASE’s Annual Meeting in June. Questions may be directed to scholarshipcommittee@casecu.org.

Applications may be dropped off at any branch location or mailed to:
CASE Credit Union
Attn: Scholarship Committee
PO Box 22158
Lansing, MI 48909-2158

Download 2019 Application

Application Deadline: Friday, March 29, 2019

2018 winners:
  • Athena Bryer, Mason High School (University of Michigan)
  • Gaona Yang, Eastern High School (Ferris State University)
  • Taryn Peru, Bath High School (University of Detroit – Mercy)
  • Hunter Hanson, Waverly High School (Michigan State University)
  • Olivia Grace, Dansville High School (Grand Valley State University)
  • Tanner Steven, Columbia Central High School (University of Michigan)
  • Zachary Rollis, DeWitt High School (Michigan State University or University of Michigan)
*Once you’re awarded the scholarship, you must become a member of the credit union.
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