DUBUQUE, IOWA (January 11, 2022) — DuTrac Community Credit Union announces its Academic Scholarship applications are being accepted now through end-of-day Friday, March 25, 2022. Scholarship application forms are available at all 13 DuTrac branch office locations and online at DuTrac.org.

For 2022, up to seven, $1,000 non-renewable scholarships will be awarded to qualified students who plan to attend an accredited community college, trade school, technical college, or university. DuTrac’s Academic Scholarship Program is available to graduating seniors who are members in good standing for at least one year with DuTrac.

Scholarship applications are evaluated based on the following criteria: Applicant’s involvement in curricular and extracurricular activities, scholastic achievement, as well as the grammar used and content of either a short, written essay or video created in response to a question posed by DuTrac.

The question may be found by visiting www.DuTrac.org.

High-school students should contact their high-school guidance office or DuTrac with further questions or for assistance in completing the scholarship application.

Scholarship winners announced in May.

DuTrac Community Credit Union, headquartered in Dubuque, Iowa, is a $980 million, full-service, financial cooperative serving the financial goals and owned by more than 48,000 members from thirteen (and soon to be fourteen) branches in the Tri-State region. www.DuTrac.org.

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