Travis Credit Union Offers Scholarships to College-Bound Students
CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CA (Oct. 7, 2022) — Travis Credit Union (TCU) invites college-bound high school seniors to apply for its 2023 Community Impact Scholarship.
The program was established in 2004. Initially, TCU named it after Mary Keith Duff — the first woman to serve on the Travis Credit Union Board of Directors. Duff believed in the power of the community impact the credit union will have on future generations.
Through this scholarship, TCU provides annually twenty scholarships. This totals $40,000 which goes to recognizing local students motivated in their academic studies and active in their schools and communities.
“We understand that paying for higher education can be a challenge for many families. Now more than ever we want to extend a hand to help support our local students and their families,” said TCU President and CEO Kevin Miller. “We look forward to honoring and supporting our worthy young members as they pursue their college dreams.”
TCU offers the scholarship program to high school seniors who live in their 12-county service area. Applicants who don’t currently have membership can join TCU by completing a simple online application. Alternatively, they can visit any of our branches. They can submit applications online at www.traviscu.org/scholarship. Any TCU branch will accept drop-off applications, as well. And finally applicants can submit by mail to: Travis Credit Union, Community Relations, P.O. Box 2069, Vacaville, CA 95696-2069.
The application period is from October 3rd, 2022, to February 20, 2023. For a complete list of eligibility and application requirements, please visit www.traviscu.org/scholarships.