Patrick F. Taylor believed that any student with drive could “become somebody.” As a scholarship recipient himself, Taylor didn’t just believe in the concept of “paying it forward” – he lived it. To date, the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation has dedicated approximately $5 million in scholarships to students to attend colleges and universities throughout the United States.
The Patrick F. Taylor Foundation provides individual scholarships and grants to deserving Louisiana high school and college students attending two-year and four-year Louisiana undergraduate institutions, based on financial need and academic performance. These individual scholarships are administered by the Foundation upon the recommendation of the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation Education Committee and approval by the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation Board of Trustees. Scholarship amounts range from $500 to $2,500 per semester.
Scholarship applications for the Spring 2022 semester will be accepted from November 3, 2021 – January 3, 2022. To request an application, please contact the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation at (504) 589-0555.
Scholarship application forms will be e-mailed on an individual basis directly to students. In order for the applicant to be considered, the Scholarship Application Consent Form must be submitted with the scholarship application and signed by both the student applicant and a parent/guardian. Our Education Committee reviews scholarship applications before the Fall and Spring semesters only. As a general rule, the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation does not offer individual scholarship assistance for elementary, high school, out-of-state undergraduate, or graduate programs.
May 16, 2015
Phyllis M. Taylor, Chairman and President of the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation, announced this week that the Taylor Scholars Awards program has achieved a growth of 10 percent in the 2014/2015 academic year, rewarding more than 195,000 students through April by providing them with free one-year memberships to the New Orleans Museum of Art, Audubon Zoo, Audubon Aquarium of the Americas and Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium. Mrs. Taylor joined representatives of Audubon Nature Institute and the New Orleans Museum of Art in expressing pride that the Taylor Scholars Program continues to expand its reach after nearly two decades. Eligible students earn a one-year membership to NOMA and Audubon attractions for achieving a minimum 2.5 grade point average. The Taylor/Audubon Students and Scholars program was created in 1996 through a generous gift from the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation to establish in perpetuity, a reward to Louisiana’s students for their hard...
Jan 21, 2015
– Funds will support scholarships for first generation and outstanding students – The Board of Trustees of the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation have presented Louisiana Tech University with a gift of $920,000 to fund scholarships for first generation and academically outstanding students. (more…)