Rules of Renovation to Award $1,500 Scholarship

In an effort to help students with the financial demands of higher education, The Rules of Renovation is offering a bi-annual $1,500 scholarship to two students from a college or university in the United States. As a pioneering designer and co-host of hit HGTV show Love It Or List It, Hilary Farr is intimately familiar with the hard work and dedication it takes to find success as a business professional. While persistence and dedication are key, sometimes it takes help from others to truly thrive.

Hilary Farr is proud to announce the Rules of Renovation Scholarship Award for two qualified, applicable students.

What is the Rules of Renovation Scholarship?

Designed to empower young entrepreneurs, the Rules of Renovation Scholarship is given to students who show outstanding potential and interest in the entrepreneurial industry.

“I value education,” said Farr. “And I think that when you’re given the opportunity to pursue an education is one of the best ways to take advantage of the time you’re given.”

How to apply

In order to apply for the $1,500 scholarship, you must submit a three-minute video where you explain to or tell Hilary Farr why you value education and how you think gaining a higher education will propel you in the world of business and entrepreneurship. Please upload your video to YouTube and submit the link, as well as answers to various prompted questions, to scholarship@rulesofrenovation.com.

There are two chances to submit your video:

  • The summer semester deadline is April 15, with awards announced May 1
  • The fall semester deadline is August 18, with recipients announced around September 1

Eligibility requirements

To be an eligible candidate for this award, you must be a US citizen with proof of admission and enrollment in any accredited institution of higher education. Furthermore, this award is available for any full-time student seeking a degree in any category, and the scholarship funds are only to be used for school tuition and related expenses. While there is no minimum GPA requirement, a passion for education and future success is preferred.