The Endly family has a long history with Emporia State University; dating back to early 1900s when ESU was Kansas State Normal School. H. Merle Endly established this scholarship to honor his sister Virginia.
The value of the award, and number of students awarded, varies each year. The scholarship will be equal to current undergraduate in-state tuition and fees, the current Resident Hall fee (double room) including full meal plan, and current average cost of books. Recipients are eligible to reapply.
Postmarked by: Friday, February 7th, 2020 5:00pm
- Application is open to incoming freshmen and current undergraduate.
Each applicant must:
- Submit an essay on the importance of this scholarship in completing the student’s educational goals
- Submit transcripts
- Incoming freshman students must send official high school transcripts
- Incoming transfer students must send official transcripts from all colleges attended
- Current ESU students may submit an unofficial Hornet 365 transcript
- This scholarship award process may include an interview with the Scholarship Committee
- Incomplete applications will not be considered