Apply for a $1,500 Notre Dame FCU scholarship today!

Each year, Notre Dame FCU awards $1,500 scholarships to students in our community. This year we are proud to announce that twenty-four (24) scholarships will be awarded to incoming or continuing college students.

Meet former scholarship winner, Lexi

Hear what it meant to her to earn a scholarship from Notre Dame FCU.

  • A U.S. citizen or have proof of pending naturalization
  • Planning to attend a properly accredited undergraduate institution full time
  • Demonstrated need for financial assistance to attend college
  • Meet academic requirements as detailed in the application
  • Applicant or parent of applicant must be a Notre Dame FCU member and must have an account in good standing with Notre Dame FCU no later than March 11, 2022

  • A short, recorded video response to one of five essay questions
  • Must include official high school or college transcript
  • Graduating High School Seniors Only: SAT/ACT Scores
  • One signed letter of recommendation
  • Copy of financial aid award letter from colleges or universities (if received)
  • Listing of your major extracurricular activities - both school and outside activities, and the years of participation
  • An optional personal photo may be included with your application for use by Notre Dame Federal Credit Union
  • Application must be completed through the links provided on this page


Up to twenty-four (24) $1,500 Scholarships will be awarded. Graduates of any public, parochial, or private high school as well as home-schooled students are eligible to apply for financial aid from Notre Dame Federal Credit Union. The recipient is expected to use the scholarship in conjunction with other resources to meet total tuition, fees, and living expenses. A recipient may choose any accredited college or university. Recipients may apply for continued support in following years if justified by financial need and academic progress. A student beyond freshman year may also apply. Undergraduate students only. Visit for full eligibility requirements.