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UPHA Maria Knight Memorial Scholarship Applications due May 31



The UPHA Maria Knight Scholarship was established to honor UPHA Professional, Maria Knight and her commitment to providing a college education for her daughter.  
 
The UPHA Maria Knight Memorial Scholarship is open to applicants who are high school seniors or those currently enrolled in college and planning on continuing their education. Applicants must have at least one parent, step-parent or legal guardian who is a professional horseman and a current Professional Member of UPHA.
 
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit of the applicant's high school or college transcripts, a resume demonstrating extracurricular activities both in relation to the applicant's equestrian career, participation in activities in school and the community, and personal references.
 
Completed applications are due in the UPHA office by May 31, 2021. For more information on the scholarship and the necessary documents please visit our website at UPHA Maria Knight Scholarship.  
 
If you have any questions please contact the UPHA National Office at 859-231-5070 or [email protected].

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