National Hampton Alumni Association, Inc. 2020 National Alumni Endowed Scholarship

The National Hampton Alumni Association, Inc. National Endowed Alumni Scholarship is open to high
school seniors who have been accepted to and plan to attend Hampton University. The scholarship will
be awarded to incoming freshman students from each of the seven alumni regions: Far West, Middle
Atlantic, Midwest, Southwest, Southeast, North Carolina and North Atlantic.

Download National Alumni Scholarship Form Here Due March 20th, 2020

Enrollment Criteria

  1. Students must have a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher.
  2. Students must have submitted the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to
    Hampton University and have followed all financial aid procedures.
  3. The scholarship amount for 2020-2021 applicants is $6,000, $3,000 per semester.

Scholarship Continuation Criteria

  1. Awardees must maintain a 3.0 Cumulative Grade Point Average for the continuance of the
    scholarship.
  2. Students must provide a minimum of 50 hours of service to a University entity per semester.
    Students must provide 20 hours in the months of Oct. Nov. Feb, March. 10 hours in the months of
    December and April. The placement and hours are to be coordinated by the Hampton University Office
    of Alumni Affairs.
  3. All scholarship recipients must be full-time with at least 12-17 credit hours.
  4. This is a four-year scholarship, awarded the Freshman year and renewable for 3 years.
  5. Provisional consideration for all scholars: “If an endowed scholarship recipient does not meet the
    original 3.0 GPA requirement, the Board reserves the right to place this student on probation for one
    semester, only if the cumulative GPA of 3.0 can be mathematically obtained by the following semester.
    If it is determined that the cumulative GPA of 3.0 is not mathematically obtainable the award will be
    immediately terminated. This probation option will only be allowed once during the entire scholarship
    and college enrollment period.
  6. Students who have acquired sufficient hours for graduation and needs no more than six (6) semester
    hours to graduate at the end of their junior year may be granted a summer school stipend not to exceed
    ½ of the scholarship. The scholarship is terminated after the summer session.

All of the above criteria must be met or the student forfeits the funds. It is extremely important
that recipients understand that they MUST complete the service component and CANNOT fall
below the required cumulative grade point average.