Redstone Scholarships

Supporting members' goals for higher education

Redstone Scholarships

Supporting members' goals for higher education

Redstone Federal Credit Union Scholarships

We are excited to continue supporting members as they pursue their education dreams. Each year we award scholarships to our members – whether you are a senior in high school, currently enrolled in college, or venturing back to the classroom to follow your dreams of a new career path. As you prepare for your next step, Redstone is here to help.

Since its beginning in 1996, the Redstone Scholarship Program has awarded over $866,300 in scholarships and other monetary donations to students and partner schools. The program began with one partner school, and has expanded its partnership to eight local schools. This relationship provides one yearly scholarship to each of the eight partnership schools. Redstone also offers five at-large scholarships to students enrolled in other accredited colleges and universities all over the country.

The 2023 application deadline has passed.
Applications are no longer being accepted.

Application deadline: February 28, 2023

Meet some of our 2022 scholarship winners


Adam Manuel Jervis | Oakwood University

This upcoming school year, Adam plans to complete his classroom internships and become a national certified teacher as he prepares for graduation in May 2023.



Alejandro Elizondo | Northeast Alabama Community College

Alejandro was named Valedictorian of Pisgah High School’s graduating class of 2022. He is a part of a summer program at HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology and has a great interest in genetics. He plans on becoming a physician.


David Moseley | Calhoun Community College

David is a recent graduate of Honor School of Alabama. He plans to pursue a degree in the medical field. This upcoming school year he plans to take his general education required courses before applying to nursing school.


Dejah Patton | Alabama A&M University

Dejah is finishing up her undergraduate degree in Social Work. She is a Peer Educator and serves as the Treasurer for the Social Work Association e-Board. She plans to apply for the Phi Alpha Social Work Honor Society Program.


Emily Mecklenburg | University of Alabama in Huntsville

Emily is a graduate of Bob Jones High School where she was a member of the Society of Women Engineers and National Technical Honor Society.


Laura Ashley Mears | Athens State University

Laura is a current student at Athens State University working to obtain her degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management. She has worked as a volunteer, providing historical tours at various venues in North Alabama to raise funds for historical preservation.


Lilian Msoma | J.F. Drake State Community and Technical College

Lilian is a current nursing student and is working towards her goal to become a registered nurse.


Veronica Brown | Middle Tennessee State University

Veronica is a senior majoring in Integrated Studies with a focus on healthcare informatics. She works full time as a Sr. Business Analyst for a Behavioral Health Insurance company and spends her weekends working at a nursing facility.


Aaron Wiggs | University of South Alabama

Aaron is a member of Phi Theta Kappa and Sigma Kappa Delta honor societies at Calhoun Community College. This upcoming school year he will be transferring to University of South Alabama as a Biology Major and will be pursuing a graduate degree in Ecology.


Chloe Cowan | East Tennessee State University

Chloe is a 2022 Graduate of Lincoln County High School. She is a member of the Lincoln County Interact Club where she gives back to the community. Chloe will be attending East Tennessee State University where she will pursue her degree in nursing.


Nathan Ogletree – University of North Alabama

Nathan is an avid reader and former football player for the NHSA All-Star team. He will be attending University of North Alabama, pursuing his degree in Accounting and playing football.


Ryan Nicholson | Jacksonville State University

Ryan is a 2022 Graduate of James Clemens High School where he was the captain of the varsity football team.  Ryan will be heading to Jacksonville State in the fall to study criminal justice.  


Trey Christopher Elledge | Jacksonville State University

Trey graduated from high school in 2020 and was involved in his school’s JROTC program. He has been enrolled at Snead State Community College and plans to transfer to Jacksonville State University this fall to pursue a degree in nursing.


Isaac Williams | University of Alabama Huntsville

Isaac graduated with honors from Decatur High School, where he was a member of the National Honors Society and received the AP Scholar Award with distinction from College Board. He will be attending UAH in the fall studying Information Systems with a focus on cyber security.


Paige Jordan | Tennessee State University

Paige has always had a love for art, she’s currently working on her masters degree in business and plans to pursue a career in graphic design or marketing.


Allison Seiling – Middle Tennessee State University

Allison graduated from Blackman High School this spring where she was a part of her school’s Redstone school branch and Virtual Enterprise firm. These program involvements allowed her to be nominated for the ALA Volunteer Girls State. This fall she will be starting at Middle Tennessee State to major in Finance.


Sydney Helton | University of Alabama in Birmingham

Sydney is a biology major at UAB, and aspiring physician. She is the winner of the 2021 Dare to Diagnose competition and a recipient of an Outstanding BLA Award.


Cade Holder | Mississippi State University

Redstone Partner Schools:

  • Oakwood University
  • Calhoun Community College
  • Athens State University
  • Northeast Alabama Community College
  • Alabama A&M
  • J.F. Drake State Community and Technical College
  • The University of Alabama in Huntsville
  • Middle Tennessee State University

Redstone Federal Credit Union® scholarship applicants must be primary account holders/members (not just a joint account holder); must be in good standing as defined by RFCU® bylaws. Applicants must be accepted to or enrolled in a accredited college or university to qualify for the scholarship. Applicants must be pursuing an associate’s or a bachelor’s degree. Non-member applicants: Must be eligible for membership and open a share savings account to become a member and apply for scholarship. A minimum balance of $5.00 is required to open share savings account and must be maintained in share savings account at all times. Fees and other restrictions may apply. Dates subject to change.