New Scholarship for Non-Traditional Students

Senior Healthcare Direct helps people with Medicare and offers a new scholarship for non-traditional students at any US university or community college. This scholarship is for older adult students age 50 or older. It pays $1100 to help balance educational costs with your work and family commitments.

Scholarship for older adults who work

The Senior Healthcare Direct scholarship provides financial assistance for older adults who are currently employed. To qualify and be awarded an $1100 scholarship, you must be able to provide a valid employment reference with your current employer. Furthermore, your annual income must be less than $50,000.

Improve Your Professional Opportunities

Pursuing higher education at a university or community college can improve your professional opportunities. You may have put off college because of financial difficulties or the expense of a growing family. A Senior Healthcare Direct scholarship can help advance your career, so we invite you to apply for our $1100 corporate scholarship.

Scholarship for New or Returning Students

You may have postponed college and went directly into the workforce. After working for the last 30+ years, you may be ready for a career change. Senior Healthcare Direct can help offset your expenses while you pursue higher education. To qualify for the $1100 scholarship, you must provide acceptable proof of enrollment at an accredited university or community college.

Purpose of Senior Healthcare Direct Scholarship

The purpose of the Senior Healthcare Direct Scholarship is to award a working adult student a one-time payment of $1100 for tuition at an accredited university or community college. Moreover, this award may pay for other academic expenses, including room and board, books, supplies, and fees. This scholarship supports older working Americans. To qualify, you must be a United States citizen or legal permanent US resident.

Academic Scholarship Requirements

New students without academic records must provide your official acceptance letter from an accredited university or community college. Returning students with an academic record must provide your current official transcript and show a GPA of 3.0 or higher. You may be currently enrolled in a two-year associate degree, four-year undergraduate degree, or graduate program at an accredited public or private school in the US.

Scholarship Deadline and Restrictions

The Fall Scholarship deadline is August 15, 2021. You must apply on or before this deadline to qualify for the Senior Healthcare Direct scholarship. $1100 scholarship award is paid directly to the educational institution to pay for your academic expenses. You may receive other monetary grants or scholarships. However, the award recipient must not be related to any owner or employee of Senior Healthcare Direct. Within 30 days of the deadline, we will notify the winner.

Summary of Scholarship Qualifications

You must meet the following qualifications:

  • Be age 50 or older and a United States citizen or permanent legal resident with valid photo identification (Driver’s License or green card). 
  • Current enrollment or acceptance at an accredited US university or college.
  • New Students must provide an official acceptance letter.
  • Returning students must mail their official college transcript to the mailing address below and show a 3.0 or higher GPA.
  • You must have an annual income under $50,000 and provide a recent pay stub. 

Please mail your official college transcript to the following address:

Attn: Scholarship Review Board

Senior Healthcare Direct, 34302 US Highway 19 North, Palm Harbor, FL 34684

Email: Brian.Kondas (at)

Scholarship Selection Process

Applicants must meet all scholarship requirements listed above. Furthermore, applicants must provide all required documentation. Returning students who apply will be valued more than new students. Moreover, students with a higher GPA will be weighted more than those with a lower GPA. Finally, we judge applicants with more financial need higher. Thus, applicants score higher with lower annual incomes.

Last Updated on June 28, 2021 by Brian Kondas