Application Requirements


High School Graduates Should Make Careful Note Of The Following Information If They Desire To Make Application For A Shinnick Loan:

The student and parents (or legal guardian) must be established residents of Muskingum County. Never can a student or parent establish residence or register to vote in another county and still qualify for a Shinnick Loan. Before making application, a student must have:

  • A copy of
  • Knowing where
  • Know the cost
  • Know what portion
  • Know how much
  • Know the source
  • Name of two
his/her grade transcript, showing his/her accumulative grade point average to
he/she will be attending college.
per school year for tuition, room, board and books.
of these expenses he/she will be paying.
his/her parents will contribute.
and dollar amount of any approved loans, grants, scholarships, work study and all other funds to be applied toward school expenses.
references, with mailing addresses, will be listed on the application. The first must be his/her Guidance Counselor; the second is not to be school connected or a close relative. We suggest pastor, Rabbi, employer, long-time neighbor or friend.

When all facts & figures are known


The student should telephone The Shinnick Office at 740-452-2273 for an appointment. Appointments are scheduled from between 9:30am – 4:00pm Monday through Thursday; the office is CLOSED on Friday and Saturday. Before any requests for a Shinnick Loan can be submitted to the Board of Trustees, we must have a fully completed application, grade transcript with accumulative grade point average, a financial statement from the parents and answers from the references.


New applications for the upcoming academic school year will be taken in the months of June and July.

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