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The Veronica Robinson Memorial Scholarship Fund has been organized to assist in sending young men and women to a Christian Bible College. It is the desire of the Independent Baptist Fellowship to see young people receive a quality education and be equip for the ministry in which God has called them.

As Secular Colleges do not support the same views of the Independent Baptist Fellowship, scholarships will not be issued for these schools. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the IBF Secretary/Treasurer.

To be considered for this scholarship, the following criteria must be met:

Individual must attend an Independent Baptist Church affiliated with the Independent Baptist Fellowship.

College of choice should be an approved Christian college.

Church of student should financially support this fund regularly.

Individual must have a letter of recommendation from their immediate pastor and an acceptance letter from the college of choice.

Individual must complete the scholarship application and give a brief testimony of salvation and the Lord’s leading concerning Christian service.

Students must have a 2.0 GPA in high school, verified by their pastor.

All applications must be returned by the 2nd week in May of each year to be considered.

The scholarship application will download to a folder on your computer that you can complete, save and submit.

"When I first found out that I had received a scholarship to help pay for my freshman year of college I was so excited and thankful. I had just been praying about my finances for school. Receiving the Veronica Robinson Scholarship helped me to see even more that God wanted me to be at Landmark Baptist College...the Veronica Robinson Scholarship helped kick start my college career."

"Having been a recipient of the Veronica Robinson Scholarship back in June of 2003 helped me in three areas. (1) It served to be a strong pull for me in choosing to attend Bible College when my heart and mind were still undecided about the decision. (2) It greatly relieved much of the financial stress included with being a first time college student. (3) When I thought about quitting (which was often) the remembrance of the scholarship and sacrifices made by those who contributed to it would motivate me to press on."



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