Fight Laugh Feast Scholarship
God has blessed CrossPolitic enormously, particularly through our club members, and we have committed ourselves to blessing others. We want to give back some of what we’ve been given.
Fight Laugh Feast New St. Andrews College Scholarship: Beginning 2021
In the interest of promoting a hard-hitting, thoroughly biblical education for life, CrossPolitic Studios is very excited to present: The Fight Laugh Feast Scholarship for qualified first year students who have been accepted to New St. Andrews College. This scholarship will fund almost half a young man’s annual tuition.
Because CrossPolitic particularly wants to encourage young men to grow up, take responsibility, and do hard things, this first scholarship is specifically offered to qualified young men. Our goal is to offer a similar scholarship for women in the next couple of years (stay tuned!).
How to be considered for the Fight Laugh Feast Scholarship:
- Apply to New St. Andrews College and receive official notification that you have been accepted.
- Write a short essay (~1000) words explaining why you are the man to receive this scholarship. This essay should be thoughtful, good humored, manly, and well-written. The essay should include reasons how you believe a New St. Andrews College education will equip you to live for Jesus and defy the enemies of God. The essay should be uploaded to the application. All applications for the Fight Laugh Feast Scholarship must be received by February 1.
- The CrossPolitic crew (Gabe “the water boy,” Chocolate Knox, and Pastor Toby) will review all applications and if there is a worthy applicant, we will schedule an interview with up to the top three candidates, and they will announce the winner of the scholarship on a CrossPolitic Show with great fanfare sometime by April 1st of the year prior to the student’s entrance to the college.
- The scholarship is for full-time, matriculating first year males (as defined by God and old-fashioned biology) at New St. Andrews College (because they know biology better than the Supreme Court). The scholarship is contingent on remaining such a student in good standing (academically, morally), and living like a faithful Christian in our community and not being a fathead. The scholarship may be revoked at any time by the CrossPolitic gods, should a young man prove to be unworthy of this honor.
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