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Joe Lucky Memorial Golf Tournament Scholarship Information

Joe Lucky Memorial Golf Tournament Scholarship


Up to $2000  per academic year
(Up to $1,000 for spring and Up to $1,000 for fall to be used for tuition and books)



For Spring 2016, deadline October 30, 2015




GPA 3.0
Math, engineering, computer science, semiconductor manufacturing
ESSAY One-page typed
PREREQUISITE Have financial need (Financial need will be determined by the Joe Lucky committee based on tax returns and/or financial statement.)
COLLEGE Richland College


The Joe Lucky Memorial Golf Tournament Scholarship was established in 2009 in memory of Joe Lucky, former employee at Texas Instruments.  Joe was a engineer at Texas Instruments who at the young age of 38 years old, passed away due to a fatal heart attack. Joe left a stay-at-home-wife and two young daughters, ages 8 and 12 years old, at the time of his passing. Joe was one of this life’s good soldiers who developed many friends in his short life. It became obvious to Joe’s fellow colleagues at Texas Instruments that there was not a lot of financial support for Joe’s family after his passing and in his remembrance, they organized and eventually incorporated an annual golf tournament event to provide education funds for the children of the families who have lost the primary financial provider due to a sudden death of that provider. The purpose of this scholarship is to assist with the higher education of the children of families with similar needs.


Applicant must:

  1. Be a Richland College student
  2. Be in good academic standing with a minimum 3.0 GPA
  3. Have a financial need (Submit a copy of prior year’s tax returns or a letter providing financial statement.)
  4. Seek a Bachelor of Science degree in Math, Engineering, Computer Science or Semiconductor Manufacturing
  5. Have minimum 3.0 GPA in math and science class in high school.
  6. Be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours at Richland College during the semester the scholarship is awarded.
  7. Maintain the above requirements. Failure to do so could result in a reduction or loss of scholarship benefits.
  8. Have less than 75 credit hours to be considered.

Submit the following to the DCCCD Foundation:

  1. Completed DCCCD Foundation scholarship application form
  1. Current High school transcript or current college transcript
  2. One-page typed essay explaining why you are applying for this scholarship
  3. Copy of prior year’s tax returns or a letter providing your financial statement

Submit and mail  the completed application packet to:
DCCCD Foundation
Scholarship Manager
1601 South Lamar St.
Dallas, TX 75215-1816


Recipients are selected by the Joe Lucky Memorial Golf Tournament committee.

For more information or questions contact or 214-378-1531

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