Elizabeth Edgar Hall

A Non-Profit Corporation


​Important Tips

If you are applying for a scholarship, get started early.

Four weeks ahead:
Order official transcripts from all post-secondary schools you have attended. (This would include any school from which you have received college credits - including credits earned while in dual enrollment in high school). Check frequently until you’re sure transcripts have been mailed directly to Elizabeth Edgar Hall.

Two weeks ahead:

Compose and polish your essay.







APRIL 1, 2016


To a struggling college student, a small gift can have a big impact.

Each spring, Elizabeth Edgar Hall awards scholarships of $1000 to $2,500. Recipients can use their awards to:

      • buy books and other necessary school supplies
      • supplement other funding sources to cover tuition or board
      • pay for car insurance so they can travel to part-time jobs off

      • keep their debt load in check
      • cut back on paid work to spend more time with their children
      • provide quality daycare for their children
      • continue in school during times of family crisis

Types of scholarships include:

Elizabeth Edgar Hall Scholarships ($1000 to $2,000)
       Applicants must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale
       and have completed 12 semester hours.

• The Elizabeth Edgar Hall Founder's Scholarship ($2,000)

       Applicants must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale

       and have completed 24 semester hours.

The Della M. Levy Scholarship ($2,500)
       Applicants must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale

       and have completed 24 semester hours.

Scholarships are awarded to students at:

Colleges or Universities in the Jacksonville, Florida area with accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

Scholarship candidates must be undergraduate or graduate students who:

     • Have completed at least 12 semester hours of college study and be
      currently enrolled in 12 or more hours or be considered a full time

      student, as defined by her program.
    • are currently enrolled and in good academic standing

    • demonstrate real financial need
    • display the ability to be financially responsible and resourceful

    • use their time and talents effectively
    • are good communicators—
in the required personal essay that
      details their achievements, 
needs, and goals for the future


Click here for additional information and the
2016 Scholarship Application