The Jacksonville Seminole Club has made it our mission to give back and donate to future Seminoles and Florida State University through our Scholarship Endowment.

The JSC hosts special events to raise funds for this endowment and other scholarships we award. A special tradition we enjoy is the Seminole Sendoff hosted annually. This event is extended to all northeast Florida high school seniors preparing to enter FSU. The event allows future Seminoles and their parents to meet other future Seminoles and learn about what to expect and answer questions prior to their transition to Tallahassee. 

The Jacksonville Seminole Club proud to be offering four scholarships this year. Continue reading to learn more about each scholarship and how to apply:

Seminole Club of Jacksonville Endowed Scholarship

Due June 3, 2022

For the first time ever, the Jacksonville Seminole Club will be providing an $1000 scholarship from our Endowed Scholarship. Recipient must be a full-time undergraduate student from one of Duval, Clay, St. Johns, Nassau, or Baker County in Florida with at least a 3.5 high school GPA. All applicants must provide an essay explaining why they want to attend FSU and how this scholarship will aid them in their time at FSU, include a letter of recommendation (cannot be from a family member), and upload a copy of their high school transcript. Additional details can be found here.

Cash Scholarships

Due June 6, 2022

The JSC is awarding two cash scholarships of $500 to two FSU students from Duval, Clay, St. Johns, Nassau, or Baker County. An 500-word essay "What would this Scholarship mean to you?" is required. Apply Here

Seminole Club of Clay County Foundation Endowment for Leonard Voyles

Due June 3, 2022

Recipient must be a full-time student who is a resident of Clay County, FL or whose parents are members in good standing of the Seminole Club of Clay County and that have been members for at least the past 12 months. Undergraduate incoming freshman students who apply must have a minimum 3.5 high school GPA. Undergraduate or graduate students who apply must have a minimum 3.0 GPA through the last term completed. Learn more here

The Jay Abraham Endowment

While our mission is to enable more future Seminoles to reach their educational goals through this endowment, the JSC currently awards current FSU students attending The College of Music  and The Dedman School of Hospitality programs a scholarship from The Jay Abraham Endowment. These students are chosen by their success within their programs, community service, grade point average and future leadership skills.