William G. Roll Scholarship Fund for Education in Parapsychology
Support education in parapsychology with a donation to the William G. Roll Scholarship Fund.
The William G. Roll Scholarship Fund for Education in Parapsychology provides assistance for students who are interested in learning more about Parapsychology through the Rhine Education Center.
Students who are enrolled in courses at the Rhine Education Center may submit a Statement of Need to the administration of the Rhine Education Center. This statement should include the following information:
- The student’s full name and contact information (including email address).
- The course(s) for which the student has applied for the upcoming quarter.
- A statement that indicates why the student is taking this course and how this course relates to the student’s interest in the field of parapsychology.
- A statement of need that indicates why the student has a financial need and why the student is requesting this grant from the scholarship fund.
Applications for funding must be sent via email to: email@example.com.
Applications must be received at least 7 days prior to the first day of the quarter or the beginning of the course for which the student has applied.
Each application will be reviewed by the administration of the Rhine Education Center, and each application will be evaluated based on the interests of the student, how those interests correspond with the mission of the Rhine Education Center, and financial need expressed by the student. Additional information or supporting documents may be requested to validate the statements made in the application.
Scholarships to the Rhine Education Center may provide up to 50% tuition for each course. The majority of the scholarships will provide between 10% and 25% in tuition for a specific course, but in extreme cases, the scholarship may provide up to 50% of the tuition.
The student will be notified of the decision of the Rhine Education Center administration within 7 days of receiving the application. If a scholarship is awarded, the notice will include information about the amount of the scholarship and the student’s responsibilities if they accept the scholarship. The student will have 3 business days to decide if they will accept the scholarship and the associated terms of the scholarship agreement.
The decisions of the Rhine Education Center administrators are final. The Rhine Education Center is under no legal or financial obligation to award these scholarships, and a limited number of scholarships will be available each quarter.
The William G. Roll Scholarship Fund for Education in Parapsychology is partially funded by a generous donation from the Alex Tanous Foundation for Scientific Research (www.alextanous.org).
This document was created on September 25, 2013.