PCFCU Scholarships


We are proud of our graduating seniors!

We offer four renewable $1,000 scholarships to deserving students in our communities who are planning on attending an accredited public or private college, university, community college, or technical college. Selection is based on the applicant’s service in the community, academic performance, leadership, and financial need.

To apply:

  • Download the application for specific requirements.
  • Applicant must be a member of Pacific Crest Federal Credit Union. Join here.
  • Email the application with documentation by midnight, March 31st, 2024.

To renew:

  • Email us your college transcript by midnight and proof of enrollment by November 1st, 2024 at You must maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0, and attend school in the fall. There is no need to complete the application again if you are renewing your scholarship.

PCFCU scholarships are named for Pacific Crest board members who cared deeply about the credit union and made a big impact during their time with us.

Bob Boring Scholarship

Northeast Siskiyou County | $1,000

Bob served on the Board over 20 years. A former Air Force pilot, he later became a high school teacher at Lost River High School.

Dave Stemple Scholarship

Modoc County | $1,000

Dave served on the Board over 20 years. Before that, he worked in the timber industry for Weyerhaeuser.

Janice Marsh Scholarship

Lake County | $1,000

Janice served on the Board over 10 years. She worked in Law Enforcement in Lake County.

Board of Directors Scholarship

Klamath County | $1,000

We created this scholarship in honor of our Board of Directors at Pacific Crest.

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