Eligibilty for Scholarship

The Cedar Falls Community Foundation administers scholarship funds for the following organizations. For more information please contact each organization as noted.

AAUW Scholarship

The American Association of University Women (AAUW)-Cedar Falls Branch awards the Transition Scholarship each spring to a non-traditional female student currently attending Hawkeye Community College who will enroll in at least 6 credit hours at UNI in the fall. Applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 or more on at least 30 transferable credit hours from HCC. Preference is given to students majoring in a non-traditional field of study. More information and application form available here.

Altrusa Club Scholarship

Cedar Falls Altrusa Club Scholarship supports non-traditional female students. Recipient selection is based on ability, motivation, financial need, and attainment of junior status. For more information contact Debi Daters.

Robert Eller Study Abroad Scholarship

Robert Eller Study Abroad Scholarship was established to assist in making it possible for a University of Northern Iowa student to study abroad. More information is available from the University of Northern Iowa Study Abroad Center here.

Foundation News

6/16/2020

Cedar Falls Community Foundation Summer Campaign

This week the Cedar Falls Community Foundation launched its Summer campaign to raise funds for five specific areas of need. The Cedar Falls Community Foundation was founded in 1977 to serve the needs of Cedar Falls and annually provides approximately $250,000 to Cedar Falls public and private non-profit organizations. Support is sought for these areas

5/1/2020

Cedar Falls Community Foundation elects new Board Members

The Cedar Falls Community Foundation (CFCF) has served Cedar Falls for over forty years, guided by community members and donors with vision and passion to establish funds that will benefit Cedar Falls for generations to come. The members of the Board of Directors of this nationally accredited community foundation are Cedar Falls residents who understand