SM FOUNDATION (SMFI) invites incoming college freshmen to apply for the SM College Scholarship program for School Year 2022-2023 via its online application portal from January 15 to March 15, 2022.
The SM Scholarship Program started from the vision of the late SM patriarch, Henry “Tatang” Sy, Sr. He believed that if you send one child from an economically challenged family to college, that child would have more opportunities to have gainful employment and later on uplift the economic status of his/her family.
The SM scholarship program is open to the following:
· Grade 12 graduates from public and private schools in the areas covered. Applicants from private schools must have a DepEd voucher and must be Grade 10 finishers from public high schools;
· General Weighted Average grade of at least 92% or its equivalent for Grade 12 – 1st semester; and
· Total household income of at most P150,000 per year.
The program covers the following field of studies: Computer Science, Information Technology, Engineering (Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Computer, and Electronics), Education (Elementary and Secondary); Accountancy, and Financial Management, among others.
For more information and to apply, visit www.sm-foundation.org and follow SMFI on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube: @SMFoundationInc.
SMFI, through its Scholarship program, provides deserving and qualified students with access to college education and technical-vocational studies since 1993. To date, SM has produced more than 8,000 college and tech-voc scholar-graduates. (PR)
SM Scholar's General Assembly
SM Scholars’ General Assembly in 2019
January 21, 2022
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