Awards Available for Fall and Spring Semester
Insight Recovery Center near Asheville, North Carolina offers scholarship opportunities for college students who are currently enrolled or plan to enroll. Higher education costs continue to rise; we understand the stress that financial pressure can place upon students and their families.
As an addiction treatment and recovery center, Insight Recovery Center is committed to helping individuals who have been caught in the cycle of addiction. It is not uncommon for stress and anxiety related to financial concerns to serve as a catalyst for self-medication through drugs or alcohol. Our scholarship opportunities will help ease the financial burden on students and their families and reduce worry.
To learn more about Insight Recovery and the treatment services we offer, call 828.826.1376 or contact us online.
Who Is Eligible?
U.S. citizens who are currently enrolled or plan to enroll in a domestic college, university, or professional school in the current calendar year in which they applied.
How Much Is Awarded?
There will be two scholarships per academic year:
- $500 will be awarded in the Fall semester
- $500 will be awarded in the Spring semester
What Are the Requirements?
Each applicant must submit an essay. The essay requirements are as follows:
- 500-word minimum / 1500-word maximum
- Describe how you or a loved one has been affected by addiction
- All written scholarship submission materials must be received by June 30th for the Fall Semester and January 1st for the Spring semester
Apply Today for Insight Recovery Center’s Scholarship Opportunities
Are you a current student or about to be a student at a college, university, or professional school? The financial considerations of education are challenging and complex and can be a source of anxiety and frustration to students and their families.
Insight Recovery offers two scholarships a year to eligible students, one for each academic semester. We are committed to helping people, whether they are struggling with substance use disorders or simply trying to position themselves for a better life through education.
Call 828.826.1376 for more information, or fill out the application form below.