Iowa Quad Cities Rotary - Harold "Bisch" Bischman "Service Above Self" Scholarship
This scholarship was created in 2016 by members of the Iowa Quad Cities Rotary to honor Mr. Bischman. Mr. Bischman has been a Rotarian for well over 30 years and led the effort to start the Iowa Quad Cities Rotary Club. He is a kind, gentle man who lives out the Rotary mission every day. He has served many terms as a local Rotary board member and carried the responsibility of chairing the local club’s Rotary International Foundation during his board tenure. Over the years, Mr. Bischman has shown a commitment and dedication to service above self and sets a wonderful example for both current Rotarians and new generations to come.
Preference will be given to students who meet the following criteria:
- Are an incoming student from Pleasant Valley High School
- Are a Scott County resident
- Demonstrate academic achievement with a minimum 2.5 GPA
- Demonstrate financial need
- Provide two references from high school instructors
The recipient of this award must attend an Iowa Quad Cities Rotary Club presentation ceremony and a press release/photo will be shared publicly by the Rotary Club.
This scholarship award is for the fall semester.
This scholarship award can be used for tuition and to purchase textbooks. The award will go towards your tuition costs first, with any remaining amount available for you to use for books. To do this, you will need to work with the Financial Aid Office.