Community Foundation of Randolph County Extends Deadline for Local Scholarship Applications

WINCHESTER, INDIANA – Due to the delayed release of the updated Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form, the Community Foundation of Randolph County has, in partnership with its online application vendor International Scholarship and Tuition Services (ISTS), extended the deadline for local scholarship applications to Thursday, February 1, 2024.

Students who will be graduating by the end of the current school year and attend Monroe Central, Randolph Southern, Union, Union City (Randolph Eastern), and Winchester (Randolph Central), as well as New Castle and Mississinewa, high schools are eligible to apply.

Interested students should visit to review scholarship criteria and apply. In addition, guidance counselors can provide support to students regarding the application process. All scholarship applications for the Community Foundation of Randolph County must be submitted online via the application website by the new deadline of February 1, 2024.

Some of the scholarships are based on financial need, while others have more specific award criteria. Every senior is encouraged to complete an application form. Scholarships range from one-time scholarships of $500 to renewable four-year scholarships totaling $20,000.

Scholarship recipients will be announced at their respective high school senior recognition events.

Community Foundation of Randolph County partners with donors to leverage their philanthropy in ways that transform lives. Since 1993, the Community Foundation has helped generous donors to meet community needs, provide scholarship opportunities to local students, and made grants to nonprofit organizations working to improve Randolph County. The Community Foundation strives to be a local entity known for inspiring good and impacting success by bringing people and resources together. To learn more, go to