Collin County Marine Corps Scholarship Program

Frequently Asked Questions

If you’re uncertain about the application process, scholarship qualifications or anything else, here are answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.

Completing an application and or being awarded a scholarship does not in any way obligate the applicant to any military service.

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No. All applications and documentation must be submitted through the website.

Yes. The Hanse Mason Hamilton Jr. Scholarship is open to all high school seniors attending JROTC programs within Collin County. You do not need to be related to any service member. 

Yes. You may apply for all the scholarships that you are eligible for, however, applicants will only be awarded one of scholarships per school year

LCpl Jacob D Hayes Scholarship: Spouse, children, stepchildren, adopted children, grandchildren, and great-children

Sgt Johnny Robertson Scholarship: Spouse, children, stepchildren, adopted children, grandchildren, and great-children, Associate Members of the Marine Corps League as well as their family members

Each application is screened for identifying factors such as name, parent’s names, or other identifying factors. Those identifying factors are redacted from the applications. These redacted applications are then presented to our selection committee, who determine the recipients based on academic standing, the essay question, extra-curricular activities, and need.