Scholarships Opportunities Only for HOBY Alumnae!

Nikki Adolphson

Meet Nikki Adolphson, a 2013 HOBY Iowa Alumna and 2013 WLC Alumna who has received a full-tuition Warrior Women in Leadership Scholarship.  You can, too!

Waldorf University in Forest City, Iowa, is looking to award full-tuition scholarships exclusively to HOBY alumnae!  The Warrior Women in Leadership Scholarship Program will be awarded to nine female students based on their leadership potential and their membership/involvement in one of the following clubs/organizations on campus:

To qualify, applicants must have a minimum of 3.0 GPA and 21 ACT or 990 SAT.  Women must also become active leaders in one of the club/organizations listed above.  Since this is a residential scholarship, students must live on campus to receive the scholarship.  Students participating in sports or fine arts do not qualify.

To learn more and to apply, visit sure to check the box that you are a HOBY alumna to receive priority!  The scholarship is good for all four years with no need to re-apply, but students must meet the requirements for involvement in their given club/organization.

2018 Seniors:  Please submit your application by November 29, 2017. The sooner you apply, the sooner you will know if you received the scholarship. After applying online, be prepared to:

  1. Provide your letters of recommendation.
  2. Be interviewed by the admissions team and advisor for the Warrior Women in Leadership Scholarship Program.
  3. Sign the letter of intent for accepting the scholarship.
  4. Make a $225 non-refundable deposit for tuition, room, and board.

A Waldorf University representative will work with students to complete the university application process.

If you have any questions about this scholarship, please contact Waldorf University Admission Counselor and fellow HOBY alum ’02, Rachel Anderson at

Rachel Anderson
Admissions Counselor

office 641.585.8534 | cell 641.425.5912 | school 800.292.1903
106 S. 6th St. | Forest City, Iowa 50436


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