How We Can Help You

In addition to financial assistance, all Worthington Scholars are assigned a support staff person to follow them through their entire college career. WSF program staff begin meeting with students during the summer after their high school graduation and continue to provide support through the entire college experience.  This long-term relationship with scholars is meant to ensure support through any potential barriers to earning a college degree, including help directing to appropriate on campus supports with issues such as financial aid, changing majors, transferring schools, and academic and personal difficulties. WSF program staff will communicate with scholars via phone, video chats and text, visit college campuses when health and safety procedures allow and plan events to enhance student success.

Future Programming

WSF uses WorthingtonConnect,  a system to accumulate data involving Worthington Scholars beginning in high school, throughout college and into careers. The purpose of this initiative is to develop and improve strategies to improve student outcomes. As results of this data become available, WSF will change its programming models to optimize effectiveness at accomplishing its mission.

WSF plans to expand to additional counties in coming years.

Worthington Scholarship Foundation