Applying For Scholarships Lewis Clark College This page will guide you through the actual process of applying for scholarships. Front PageExternal scholarships applying for Scholarships. External Scholarships. Finding http://www.lclark.edu/dept/sfsschol/applying.html
Extractions: Find People There are many different types of financial aid out there, and among the most popular, and understandably so, are scholarships. If you're on the How to Apply page, you're obviously interested in all the nitty-gritty of applying for scholarships. In deciding that you're going to apply for scholarships, you are committing yourself to a time-consuming but beneficial process. Aside from the obvious financial payoff, applying for scholarships allows you to discover a little bit more about yourself and just why you're so unique. The following information will make you aware of the things you can do to increase your eligibility, competitiveness, and individuality when applying while still allowing you to participate in activities you enjoy. It will also help you identify campus resources that will help you along the way and give you tips on locating and applying for external scholarships. Contents
Extractions: The deadline to apply for the 2004 - 2005 acadamic year has passed. Each year the Grand Rapids Community Foundation awards approximately $500,000 in scholarships to Kent County residents. Some select scholarships are also available for residents of other counties. If you are a resident of Kent or, in some cases, other counties and plan to attend an educational institution in the 2005-2006 academic year you may want to review the list of scholarships available from the Foundation. Following is the list of scholarships that will be offered as well as a brief description, eligibility requirements, and information on how to apply for each scholarship. Application Information The Grand Rapids Community Foundation General Application is the method used to apply for most scholarships. If the scholarship requires a different application it will be noted in the description. The deadline for scholarship applications has expired for the 2004-05 academic year.
Honors College @ UTA: Applying For Scholarships Applying For Honors College Scholarships. Tips On Applying. The Honors College offersnumerous scholarships each year. Scholarships are awarded on a merit basis. http://honors.uta.edu/scholarships/applying.shtml
Extractions: Search the UTA web UTA Home Page Prospective Students Current Students ... American Collegiate Moot Court Association UTA Links UTA Homepage Enroll at UTA UTA Graduate School UTA Financial Aid ... Find People Applying For Honors College Scholarships Tips On Applying The Honors College offers numerous scholarships each year. Scholarships are awarded on a merit basis. Comprehensive Honors Scholarship Applications are available on-line in the Online Forms and Digital Document Library or in paper version in the Honors College. Scholarship Applications are typically available in March with a June deadline for submission. The Scholarship Committee may not consider late application or supporting material submissions. Scholarship awards are allocated for the following academic year (Fall and Spring semesters). Honors College and additional scholarship opportunities are advertised on the Honors Listserv , mailings, and special clinics. Please contact an Honors College Advisor for more information about scholarship opportunities. A Scholarship Committee comprised of Honors staff and faculty review applications and consider ALL of the following factors presented in an application: a cumulative grade point average, test scores, and class rank, as appropriate (
APPLYING FOR SCHOLARSHIPS APPLYING FOR SCHOLARSHIPS. Can be fun? Following this procedure may help youin researching and applying for scholarships at Anacortes High School. http://ahs.asd103.org/counseling/scholar.html
Extractions: Applying for Financial Aid Information is available for students seeking scholarship assistance. The Office of Admissions reviews all admissions applicants for scholarship eligibility. The admissions application is the only form required. Go to the list of "Academic Scholarships for Entering Freshmen" for more details Continuing students with outstanding academic and service credentials are invited to submit a scholarship application to the financial aid office immediately after spring grades are posted. For additional information, you may contact the Office of Financial Aid at 803-323-2189. Note: A limited number of scholarships are available each year.
Extractions: Managing and Repaying Your Loan The Canada Millennium Scholarships 100 000 students annually in financing their post secondary studies leading to undergraduate degrees, diplomas or certificates beginning in the year 2000. The Foundation overseeing the Millennium Scholarship is to work in tandem with the various provincial financial assistance programs so as to avoid duplication of funding. The Millennium Scholarships are made up of two types of awards: General Awards which are to be given out to students based on financial need and who demonstrate merit and the Exceptional Merit Award which will be handed out to those that have excelled in their studies irrespective of their financial situation. The allocation of the awards is as follows. 95% of the awards will be handed out as General Awards while the remaining 5% as Exceptional Merit Awards. In terms of figures this translates to approximately $285 Million in General Awards and $15 million in Exceptional merit awards being handed out on a yearly basis for the next ten years. The General Awards are to be handed out beginning in the 1999-2000 school year while the Exceptional Awards are to be handed out starting the following academic year, 2000-2001
Scholarships : Applying applying for Undergraduate scholarships. The purpose of the UndergraduateScholarship Program at UCSD is to recognize outstanding http://orpheus.ucsd.edu/finaid/Scholarships_Applying_01.htm
Extractions: home scholarships : applying Applying for Undergraduate Scholarships The purpose of the Undergraduate Scholarship Program at UCSD is to recognize outstanding achievement, encourage academic excellence, and offer support to meritorious students. Scholarships are awarded on a very competitive basis by the UCSD Faculty Committee on Undergraduate Scholarships and Honors. Merit scholarships are awarded solely on the basis of academic merit. Restricted scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit and one or more additional criteria, such as demonstrated financial need, study in a particular major, or leadership. Additionally, undergraduate research scholarships are offered to current students which enable them to pursue special studies and projects under faculty supervision. For entering students , awards are made using information from the University of California admissions application. The Continuing Student Scholarship Application is filled out by current undergraduates for the upcoming academic year. This section will provide you with more information about the application process and scholarships available at UCSD.
PACF Scholarships Phone 304428-4438. Send Email. Home applying for scholarships. About the Foundation. Affiliates Service Areas. Agency Endowment Funds. Financial Information. Staff Organization. Funds of the http://www.pacfwv.com/applying_scholarship.html
Extractions: Contact the Foundation S cholarship funds of the Foundation have been established to honor a friend, celebrate a retirement, to memorialize a loved one, and to ensure that a donors values are passed from generation to generation. These funds are diverse, fulfilling the wishes of donors, both living and deceased, who want to provide needed financial support to promising students. The Foundation proudly awarded 159 scholarships worth $162,655 to students in our service area this fiscal year. Because there are so many scholarships we have divided the listing of scholarships into three categories (to the right). If you are seeking a scholarship review all three different listings. In addition to the Foundations more than 70 scholarships there are also other various regional resources for scholarships. The Foundation has partnered with other organizations to try to list all regional scholarships in one place. Please visit www.moversonline.org
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Extractions: Thank you for your interest in the Park Scholarships Program at NC State University. Each fall, the Park Scholarships Office invites secondary schools in North Carolina (pdf - 63kB) and selected high schools (pdf - 10kB) in other states to endorse candidates for the Park Scholarship. Therefore, we encourage interested students to speak with their guidance counselors in the early fall of their senior year about their desire to be endorsed as a Park Scholarship candidate. If you attend a high school that is not on the selected high school list, please review the Individual Application section.
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Extractions: The Park Scholars are selected from across the state and nation. We rely first on the judgment of the high schools, who use the four selection criteria of scholarship, leadership, service and character to select their very best candidates to endorse for the Park Scholarships. Successful candidates are of the highest caliber in all four areas OR are exceptional in at least one area and show great potential in others. For example, a student may have stellar academic achievements compared to others in his or her class, but have limited leadership positions in his or her school. If the student has displayed some leadership potential in his or her community, he or she may be a viable candidate. Tips for Selecting Students We recommend that high schools announce the scholarship competition to their best students.
Extractions: We Are Here For Good A fund established with us will be carried on as intended for generations to come. And, if a problem arises somewhere along the line a beneficiary organization closes its doors, for example the heart of the Foundation (its people) have the legal ability to find another benefieciary most closely matched to the original intent of the fund.
KU Office Of Admissions And Scholarships Office of Admissions and scholarships for the Univeristy of Kansas. Providing information for high school students and transfers. Students can now apply for admission and scholarships to KU by using our online TRANSFER APPLICANTS FOR THE SUMMER AND FALL 2004 SEMESTERS. For information on applying late http://www.admissions.ku.edu/
Extractions: Incoming Freshman Apply Online Visit Campus Application Status Check ... OAS Home Apply for admission to the University of Kansas! 2004 Summer and Fall applications Choose from the following links for application information. If you are unsure what type of student you are, the red links to the left provide an explanation of each student type. Incoming Freshman Transfer Readmit Non-Degree-Seeking
Extractions: Disabled student attending Citrus during spring semester; graduate and/or transfer student who has met requirements for a bachelor's degree; has been accepted for summer or fall enrollment in a university or vocational school; financial need. Citrus College Faculty Association 2-4 - $500 scholarships
Scholarships : Applying : Current Students For financial need scholarships, students must file a 20042005 FAFSA byMarch 2 2004. Bingham Endowed scholarships for UCSD Student Employees. http://orpheus.ucsd.edu/finaid/Scholarships_Applying_CurrentStudents_01.htm
Extractions: home scholarships applying : current students Current UCSD students: The UCSD Continuing Undergraduate Student Scholarship Application will be available on-line via StudentLink beginning March 4, 2004. Applications must be completed by or before April 19, 2004. Important application instructions are available here These one-year awards range from $500 to $5,000, and are awarded in 2004-2005. For financial need scholarships, students must file a 2004-2005 FAFSA by March 2 2004. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the United States at time of application. Bingham Endowed Scholarships for UCSD Student Employees The Darcy C. and Robert Bingham Scholarships are awarded to full-time students who are in good academic standing and are employed with UCSD Recreation, UCSD Student Affairs, or UCSD. Students must work for an average of ten hours per week during the three-quarter academic year at UCSD, and must have worked at least one quarter prior to the submission of their application. This is a one-year $1,500 award. Applications are available at the UCSD Scholarship Office Bulletin Board and as a downloadable .pdf format