We believe in supporting education.


The Heart of Longmont offers scholarships to currently active church members who are pursuing post high school education. Read more about our scholarship funds below. If you have questions about our scholarships and the processes for application and selection, please contact the chair of the scholarship team or the church office.


The Foundation Fund

The Foundation Fund was established in 1972 as a result of two bequests totaling $17,000. At the request of the Administrative Board, the Foundation Fund Scholarship was available to church members who were in pursuit of vocational or academic goals.

The Foundation Fund Scholarship is available for a maximum of 4 years and is funded largely with the income from the Heart of Longmont Scholarship Endowment Fund.

The Roger and Gloria Hinz Scholarship

The Roger and Gloria Hinz scholarship was established in 2020. Roger and Gloria were teachers and believe that individuals should be able to receive the highest education they can. While serving on the church scholarship committee, they saw many church members who were deserving of a chance to attend college. Both Roger and Gloria were the first members of their families to receive college educations and they both worked jobs to pay for the costs of college along with receiving some scholarships. Church is an important part of their lives and they wanted to pay forward some of the help they received to enable students to continue in their education journeys.

The Roger and Gloria Hinz Scholarship is combined with the Foundation Fund Scholarship and follows the same guidelines. It is funded by Roger and Gloria Hinz.

The Margaret Patterson Scholarship

The Margret Patterson Scholarship was established in 1989 by Margaret Patterson’s sons and currently is managed by her grandchildren, Melissa and Duncan. Margret felt college was important for students graduating directly from high school and for those returning to college for further education. She was especially interested in supporting women pursuing college degrees. She was a college graduate in Home Economics, one of the few degrees open to her at the time.

The Margret Patterson Scholarship is funded by the family of Margret Patterson and is available to help students through undergraduate and graduate studies.

I am reapplying for the Heart of Longmont Foundation Fund Scholarship. The support from this scholarship contributed to many of my accomplishments during my time at CSU so far. I am very grateful and I hope to be considered as a recipient again.

A Past HOL Scholarship Recipient

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