NNDDA Scholarship Requirements and Application
The National Narcotic Detector Dog Association (NNDDA) is a professional, non-profit organization dedicated to the utilization of police service dogs for the benefit of Law Enforcement.
The NNDDA Scholarship program is available to college bound students or existing college students returning for another semester whose parent(s) are active members in good standing who has certified a canine with the NNDDA for three consecutive years prior to applying for a scholarship. The applicant must be a dependent of the NNDDA member. NNDDA members are limited to two scholarships per student.
The board has approved a maximum of $5,000.00 a year to be distributed equally to students that qualify. In the event the board receives more than five applications, the applicant’s grade point average will be the deciding factor. The scholarship must be used in the year that it is applied for. If the student drops out of the institution during the year the award must be repaid to the NNDDA. Restitution must be made prior to applying for additional scholarships.
A copy of the student’s transcript must be attached to the application to be considered for the award. Student must send in a copy of transcript at the end of each semester.
The student must attend an accredited institution on a full-time basis.
The student must maintain a 2.0 grade point average while attending the institution in order to reapply for additional scholarships. It is the student’s responsibility to request a transcript be sent directly to the NNDDA from the attending institution.
Scholarship applications, with transcript, must be received by the treasurer no later than December 31st to be considered by the Board. All spaces on the application must be filled out. Applications with information missing will not be considered. The Board of Directors will review the requests during the January Board Meeting.
Send Requirements Page, Application, and Transcripts to:
Ronnie La Grone
379 County Road 105
Carthage, Texas 75633