This year, CRYSC has committed to adding an additional $100k for our scholarship efforts in order to support more families impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Below you will see the new process for applying for Financial Aid, as well as the deadlines associated with your program. Once the deadline has passed for your particular age group/program, there will be no way to apply for Financial Aid, because this is an automatic system. All of CRYSC scholarships are need-based. There will be no Financial Aid provided for Summer Camps; discounts for these programs will be provided at the Camp Directors discretion.
All Financial Aid communication should go to [email protected]
Anyone that joins the club mid-season and is interested in Financial Aid will need to reach out directly to the email above. We can’t guarantee that players who join mid-season will receive Financial Aid due to budget limitations.
Types of Scholarships
If you are interested in Financial Aid, the first step is to apply for a Club Scholarship. All players must first apply for a Club Scholarship, including all Recreational and Competitive players of all ages. This is the default scholarship offered to all qualifying families based on family income levels.
Zarlengo and Dr. Bob Contiguglia Scholarships
These two scholarships will be by invitation only. The invitations will come from the Financial Aid Department. Players must apply for Financial Aid through the process described in the Recreational and Competitive menus.
Zarlengo scholarships are for Latino players only, boys and girls.
Dr. Bob Contiguglia Scholarship is for four elite-level players, two boys and two girls each year.
If you have recommendations for potential applicants, please send an email to [email protected] with the player’s name, your contact information, and a brief explanation of why you think they qualify. Regardless of their qualifications, all potential candidates must apply for Financial Aid through the general process by the deadline in order to receive an invitation to apply for Zarlengo or Dr. Bob Contiguglia scholarships.
Additional Scholarship Information
How Much Can Players Receive
We take a number of factors into consideration such as total annual income and number of dependents. All information included in the scholarship application will help us make an informed decision on how much to distribute to each applicant.
Annual Income Perentage of Scholarship 10k-29k 50% 30k-39K 45% 40k-49k 40% 50k-59k 30% 60k-69k 20% 70k-80K 10%
The Financial Aid Department will keep the list of scholarship recipients and their contact information if Rapids Staff needs volunteers throughout the year. Staff will send a written description of volunteer needs, including dates and times, to f[email protected] and we will reach out to families directly to help coordinate volunteer recruitment.