Extractions: More than 200 scholarships have provided over $300,000 annually to business and economics students for each of the past several years. College scholarships typically range from $100 up to $5,000 per recipient per year, and some students receive more than one. They are awarded according to specific qualifications outlined by the donors when the scholarships were created. Those could include the student's hometown, major, grade point average, and/or need, for example. Another qualification might be the student's class standing-i.e., freshman, sophomore, master's, etc. Students apply through the University's application process. Only those who are certified, or who have indicated a strong interest in business are eligible for our scholarships. Applications are available online each September through the Office of Scholarship Services ( www.finaid.wsu.edu
Extractions: U-M has a variety of programs to recognize superior academic achievement, leadership qualities, and potential contribution to the scholarly community of the University. Some scholarships reflect the Universitys commitment to achieving a student body that is broadly diverse (in terms of race, geography, gender, special skills and talents, etc.). Financial need is also a factor when selecting some scholarship recipients. Please also refer to U-M School and College Scholarships. Listings of Scholarships and Merit Programs
Extractions: zJs=10 zJs=11 zJs=12 zJs=13 zc(5,'jsc',zJs,9999999,'') About Education College Admissions: U.S. Education ... Help w(' ');zau(256,140,140,'el','http://z.about.com/0/ip/417/C.htm','');w(xb+xb+' ');zau(256,140,140,'von','http://z.about.com/0/ip/496/7.htm','');w(xb+xb); Sign Up Now for the College Admissions: U.S. newsletter! It's helpful to have a plan when you're applying to colleges. But how can you have a college application plan when you've never done it before? These three guides describe the "secrets" of applying to colleges and will help you to develop a plan to make the college applications process as easy and successful as possible.
Extractions: Because fewer high schools offer AP art history courses than AP studio courses, not many prospective students enter Davidson intending to be art history majors. However, many first- and second-year students who prefer learning about art to making it fulfill their fine arts requirement by choosing one of the six to eight art history offerings available each semester. Students in all disciplines benefit from experiencing the visual images that connect them to the history and culture of their world, and each year about a dozen students declare an art major with an emphsis in art history. STUDIO ART Many prospective students who want to become future artists ask about the advantages of attending a liberal arts college rather than an art school for their undergraduate degree. From Davidson's viewpoint, the advantages are a more stimulating environment and a multi-disciplinary approach, both of which provide a wider world view and a deeper understanding of art within its historical context, as well as broader career perspectives and opportunities.
Extractions: About Brandeis Applying Academics Student Life ... Guidance Counselors' Section In addition to its deep commitment to need-based financial aid, the University maintains its own strong scholarship program. Brandeis scholarships may be offered to entering freshmen and are used to enroll the very best class possible with the scholarship funds we have available. Thus, our scholarships, which focus primarily on merit, are also need-sensitive. Approximately 200 students in the current first-year class of 800 received scholarship awards ranging from $5,000 per year for four years up to full tuition per year for four years. This year Brandeis awarded undergraduate students more than $8.5 million in scholarship/grant assistance. To be considered for any of these scholarships a student must submit the CSS/PROFILE, available on the Web at www.CollegeBoard.com. Students from families with strong financial resources should not hesitate to file the CSS/PROFILE since there are numbers of students at Brandeis who hold scholarships whose family incomes are well into six figures. Brandeis is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, Division III, and as such does not offer any scholarships based on athletic talent. Student athletes who need financial assistance are encouraged to apply for need-based financial aid.
Extractions: Tips for Applying and Interviewing for Scholarships Applying for a Scholarship: Always use proper capitalization, grammar, and spelling when writing to scholarship providers even if you are corresponding by email. It is possible that your emails may be included in your application file. Read the entire application packet both the forms and the information sheets. If you have any questions after reading the entire packet, contact the scholarship provider. Make sure you meet the scholarships minimum requirements. Follow all directions carefully, and make sure you submit a complete application. Respond to all questions, and submit all required supplemental forms and materials. Do not include additional material that is not required. Your application is a "first impression" to the application reviewers. Make sure your application is neat and thorough. Always type your application. If you must hand-write your application, do so neatly and legibly. Make photocopies of the blank application forms in case you make an error and need to start over. Put your name (and Social Security number, if applicable) on all pages of the application. Pieces of your application may get separated and lost unless they are clearly identified.
Extractions: I'm interested in... Applying Visiting Inquiring Touring the Campus ABOUT AUBURN STUDENTs RECRUITING VISIT ... LINKS Home var pn1 = getRandomNumber(photo1ct); document.write(getPhotoOne(pn1)); var pn2 = getRandomNumber(photo2ct); document.write(getPhotoTwo(pn2)); var pn3 = getRandomNumber(photo3ct); document.write(getPhotoThree(pn3)); What is the Auburn Spirit? It is everything that makes Auburn University a special place that you will remember for the rest of your life. It is the driving force behind the welcoming nature of the "Auburn Family." It is the excitement of attending your first class with fellow students from all over the nation and throughout the world. It is experiencing the thrill of football in the Fall with over 87,000 of your closest friends. It is the satisfaction of finding a niche, no matter what your personal and academic interest may be. It is the knowledge that your degree, knowledge, and training will matter in the competitive workplace whether you choose to remain close to home or want to compete on the national or international markets. UNDERGRADUATE RECRUITING Please join us on campus for War Eagle Days this fall. We have planned a special day for you and your guests filled with activities designed to help you learn more about Auburn University. Fall War Eagle Days are open to high school seniors who are graduating in 2006 .
Extractions: 4-H Volunteer Leaders' Series Category A - General Scholarships Category B - Record Book Scholarships Category C - Governor's Award Scholarship How to Apply for Scholarship Payment ... Tips for Applying for Scholarship Author: Brian Helms , 4-H Development Specialist Each year the Arkansas 4-H Foundation awards several thousand dollars in scholarships to deserving 4-H'ers across the state. The scholarship program is divided into three sections. The three sections are: Each category has specific requirements that must be met for an application to be considered. The 4-H college scholarships are in addition to the scholarships awarded to advanced record book winners to attend National 4-H Congress. Arkansas 4-H members are eligible to receive only one 4-H college scholarship from each category of state 4-H scholarships: All attachments must be included with the scholarship applications and received in the state 4-H office by February 1 for the application to be considered. All applications must be signed by a member of the county Extension faculty in the member's home county to be considered. A state scholarship must be used within one year of the date of the award (with the exception of the Arkansas Livestock Show/Oaklawn Jockey Club Scholarships, in which case the scholarship must be used within 18 months). In the event the scholarship is not used within the year of limitation, the winner must submit a request for a time extension through the county Extension office where they resided at the time they became eligible for the award to the state 4-H office. Failure to do so will result in forfeiture of the scholarship.
Scholarships VTAC applicants for scholarships at Deakin University must apply using the NonVTAC applicants applying directly to Deakin University must apply using http://www.deakin.edu.au/scholarships/how-to-apply.php
Extractions: VTAC applicants for scholarships at Deakin University must apply using the SEAS - Access and Equity online application via the VTAC website ( www.vtac.edu.au) ; no additional form will be required. If you do not receive a Centrelink benefit please explain your family income situation. The closing date for SEAS applications is 7 October 2005 . Direct (Non-VTAC) Applicants
Extractions: We appreciate your interest in applying for Foundation scholarships! Please note: You cannot apply for scholarships supported by a relative, your employer or the employer of an immediate relative. Any required documents must be mailed/delivered to the Foundation before your application is considered complete. Click here to review policies and procedures for scholarship applications. Scholarship Application Checklist
Untitled Document If you are applying for the Cultural Ambassadorial Scholarship, make an effortto find out as much as possible from your scholarshop coordinator about at http://www.stanford.edu/dept/icenter/orc/scholarships/rotary.html
Extractions: Rotary Scholarships Stanford University Overview of Scholarships by Region Finding a Scholarship that's Right for You Deadlines Pre-Applications and Cover Sheets ... Bechtel I-Center Home Page Please see the The Stanford Rotaract Website for an application and detatailed infomation The deadline for the Palo Alto Rotary Club is March 11, 2005 The deadline for the Palo Alto/University Rotary Club is April 15th 2005 Nominees are interviewed in May, selected candidates are forwarded to the district by June, and notification of winners is announced in June. Applicants may wish to attend a few club meetings to familiarize themselves with Rotary. The contact for the Palo Alto/University Rotary Club is Noe Lozano firstname.lastname@example.org (last updated 2/05) Though not as well-known as the Rhodes or Fulbright Scholarships, the Rotary Foundation is the largest private source of scholarships in the world. The Rotary Foundation seeks to promote international understanding through student exchanges: all scholarships are "ambassadorial," which means Rotary seeks candidates who would represent both the organization and their country well. The Foundation emphasizes enthusiasm, eloquence, and other qualities which would make you a good representative of your country over strict academic qualifications. Even if you do not have an outstanding academic record, you still have a chance at receiving this scholarship.
Extractions: To be eligible for financial aid you must: Be a U.S. citizen or eligible noncitizen Be accepted for admission by the university and enrolled in a degree program Not be in default on any Title IV loan (Federal Perkins Loan or Federal Stafford Loan) or owe a refund or repayment on educational funds received at any institution Be registered with the Selective Service if you are a male who is at least 18 years old and born after December 31, 1959. Male eligible non-citizens who are permanent residents are required to register if they are between the ages of 18 and 25 at the time of becoming a permanent resident.
Applying Office of scholarships and Financial Aid. applying FOR scholarships.New Incoming FRESHMAN Student; New Incoming Undergraduate TRANSFER Student http://www.okstate.edu/finaid/scholarships/faqapplying.html
Extractions: Work-Study ... Visually Impaired FAQs Job Opportunities XHTML 1.0 Quick Links Admissions Apply to OSU Bursar Tuition Estimator Direct Loan Consolidation FAFSA Guide to Scholarships High School, College Relations Honors College Parent Loan Promissory Note PIN Registration Site Registrar Residential Life Scholar Development SIS Web Student Loan Entrance Counseling Student Loan Promissory Note Student Loan Exit Counseling As a new incoming freshman to OSU, you need to complete and submit only one scholarship application to be considered for everything for which you are eligible as a new OSU undergraduate. The combined admission/scholarship application can be completed online or downloaded from the Office of Admissions. The application deadline for new freshmen who will first start attending OSU in the fall term is
Extractions: The National Scholarships Office (NSO) works with faculty and staff to assist eligible University of Maryland students with developing the necessary tools and insights to compete for national scholarships such as the Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell, Gates Cambridge, Truman, Udall, Goldwater, Fulbright, National Science Foundation and others. This website contains the information you need to get started on your scholarship journey. Students are welcome at any point in their academic career, and are encouraged to plan ahead to prepare the strongest possible scholarship applications. We do not award scholarships, nor do we handle internal University of Maryland funds.
Extractions: Search IUPUI Scholarships Admissions Bursar Registrar ... IUPUI Home Tips for Applying Start early! Best success can be had with the maximum lead time. Be persistent. Good grades or achievements (and this includes volunteering) are rewarded. Type your application and essay when possible, unless it requires handwriting. If a selection committee member has to read 10 or even 30 applications, they don't want to be trying to decipher chicken scratches. Likewise, make sure you use your grammar and spell check on your computer. (Don't have a computer? Check out your local library or public university for public access computers.) If the application calls for a report cover, use one. If it does not, don't use one. It will only get thrown away from the receptionist opening the mail and photocopying the application for the selection committee. Double check all your materials before you send it off to the donor/sponsor. Make sure you enclose applications, transcripts, resume or whatever they have requested. Read the instruction very carefully before you start and when you are done. Many students in their rush to finish and go on to something else, forget to include key items. This is natural selection. Your application will be thrown out.
Financial Aid - NGCSU applying for scholarships. Links are provided to the NGCSU Scholarship Applicationsadministered by the Admissions Office. http://www.ngcsu.edu/enrollment/finaid/app4schl.htm
Extractions: Search Site Index Campus Directory Text Quick Links Select a department... NGCSU E-mail Banner WebCT Calendar Academic Support Programs Admissions/Enrollment Alumni Association Art Athletics Auxiliary Services Biology Bookstore(Campus Connection) Business Administration Business and Finance Campus Dining Career Services Chemistry Comptroller Computer Science Continuing Education Programs Criminal Justice Disability Services Financial Aid Fine Arts Foundation Graduate Studies Health and Physical Education History Human Resources IIT Help Desk Leadership Roundtable Society Library Math Military Program (Corps of Cadets) Music News Nursing Physical Therapy Physics Political Science Post Office Psychology Public Safety (Campus Police) Recreational Sports Registrar Residence Life SACS School of Education Sociology Student Center Student Counseling Student Health Services (Infirmary) Student Housing Teacher Education Testing Office University Relations Vice President of Business and Finance Future Students Current Students Return to: NGCSU Home Click here to E-mail Questions or Concerns to Finaid@ngcsu.edu ... Continuing Education Applying for Scholarships Links are provided to the NGCSU Scholarship Applications administered by the Admissions Office.
Extractions: Skip Navigation Text Only/ Printer-Friendly Site Navigation Information for... - Prospective Students - Current Students - International Students - Alumni - Visitors Quick Links: - A to Z Guide - Academic Departments - Admissions - Athletics - Campus Offices - Carleton News - Employment Opportunities - Event Calendars - Giving to Carleton - Gould Library - Phone/Email Directory - Registrar's Office - Site Map - The Arts at Carleton You are here: Campus Dean of the College Fellowships and Scholarships Students cannot use fellowships, scholarships, or internships to study or travel to countries where the United States does not have a favorable relationship or where travel by U.S. citizens is not advised. Recipients affected by travel warnings or restricted travel should contact the Dean of the College office. See the U.S. State Department website for current information. Text Only/ Printer-Friendly Start early!