MAP-Works Scholarship


MAP-Works Scholarship

The application for the 2014-2015 MAP-Works Scholarship is now avaialble! Up to three $1,500 scholarships will be awarded to students who submit winning essays detailing how MAP-Works enabled them to learn about themselves, apply feedback from their student reports, interact with Direct-Connect faculty/staff, and adjust their academic behaviors effectively. Applications are due by Wednesday, April 30th. 

Apply today and this could be you!


The MAP-Works Making Achievement Possible Scholarship is available to qualified MAP-Works student participants. The scholarship is intended to assist students in helping reduce the cost of their college education. The scholarship will be granted to up to three students at the end of the 2013-2014 academic year with funds to be applied during the 2014-2015 academic year.

The MAP-Works Scholarship is a national essay contest for first and second-year college students who have participated in the MAP-Works program. EBI® created this scholarship to highlight the experiences and achievements of MAP-Works students. This scholarship is intended to assist students in helping to reduce the cost of their college education.


In order to be eligible for and receive the MAP-Works Scholarship, students must:

  • Attend a college/university that is a current MAP-Works partner
  • Be enrolled in either the first or second year at their institution
  • Have participated in at least one MAP-Works survey
  • Complete an application cover page (see application materials)
  • Submit an essay of no fewer than 800 and no more than 1600 words addressing one of the following three essay questions:
    • How did MAP-Works affect your college experience?
    • What did you learn from the MAP-Works student report that caused a change in your college behavior?
    • Was there a person who reached out to help you who had information from MAP-Works? How did that person affect you?


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Office of Student Academic Success.