Online Scholarship Application SCHOLARSHIP applying FOR (Please select one scholarship at a time. You will beable to go back and apply for more after you are done with this one.) http://oswegoalumni.oswego.edu/scholarships/form/default.html
Extractions: Barry W. Atkinson Charles Turner Graduate Award Charles Edward Wisotsky Educational Memorial Fund Class of 1937 David A. Campbell Memorial Department of Technology Dorothy Rogers Edward Austin Sheldon Scholars The Father Robert E. Hall Memorial Scholarship Finter-Yager Gerhard D. Zeller Native American H. Lois and Paul Goodwin Memorial James E. Perdue Memorial Janice Pettit non-Traditional Memorial Jerry Burns Memorial International Education Luciano J. Iorizzo
Extractions: Online Application Form To apply, you must create an account . Please make a note of the e-mail address you have used and your password, as you will need it if you wish to work on your application for more than one session. Already registered? Sign in here Full instructions on filling in the application form are available once you start the process of applying on-line. Candidates fill out the form and submit it through the system to their institution, the institution ensures that the application is complete and decides whether or not to endorse it. If the Institution decides to endorse the application they will add the letter of endorsement and will then submit it through the system to the appropriate regional committee. Candidates should contact the appropriate contact at their institution if they are considering applying for a Marshall Scholarship. Candidates may apply in one region only - either that in which they have their permanent home address or ordinary place of residence/employment, or that in which they are studying. Any candidate applying in more than one
Extractions: Students should apply during the spring of their senior year. The FAFSA cannot be sent before January 1st. They must apply early to meet the priority deadline of March 1st. Funding for various programs is limited. We recommend that students send their FAFSA by February 14th of their senior year to meet the March 1st priority date. The University of Arizona Undergraduate Admission Application also acts as an application for institutional scholarships. When a student completes this application they are automatically entered into the pool of students who are considered for scholarships based on criteria such as grades, difficulty of high school courses and test scores.
Extractions: Indiana State University recognizes academic excellence by awarding over $1 million each year in merit-based scholarships. Click here for List of Scholarships ISU Foundation Scholarships Scholarship Policies and Procedures 1. The application for admission to the University must be submitted to the Office of Admissions to begin the scholarship process. 2. For first consideration, the admission application must be received by the Office of Admissions no later December 5. Applications received after December 5 will be considered based on available funds. 3. Class rank, grade point average, and SAT or ACT scores must be submitted for full consideration. This documentation should be included with the admission application if possible. 4. Students must note on the admission application if they are participants in any of the following: 21st Century Program, Girls and Boys State, Summer Experience Program, Child of an Alumnus, or Phi Theta Kappa. 5. Students applying for all scholarships listed here must be new freshmen or transfer students who will be studying 12 or more credit hours a semester, on-campus. 6. Students selected to receive a Gongaware Scholarship or a NetWorks Scholarship will not be awarded a scholarship from the Office of Admissions.
Extractions: Credits Earned Elsewhere Admission to CSB and SJU is open to all qualified students who demonstrate in their application promise of success in college. The traditional indicators of abilitycollege preparatory curriculum, college entrance exams (ACT or SAT), grade point average, high school rank and personal statementare important and carefully considered. In addition, CSB and SJU seek to enroll students who show promise of community contribution and productive participation in the classroom as evidenced by both their academic record and their participation in extra-curricular activities. 2004-05 First-year Academic Profile (middle 50 percent) ACT: 23 - 28 SAT: 1065 - 1290 GPA: 3.41 - 3.89 (4.0 scale)
Extractions: @import "../home.css"; @import "students.css"; Tips for Applying for Scholarships Start exploring scholarship and fellowship opportunities early! Preparation requires work well in advance of submission deadlines to find scholarships that best match your interest and experiences, and to plan academic and extracurricular activities to develop qualifications to the fullest by the time you apply. Prestigious national scholarships and fellowships are highly competitive, but as a UW student you are a likely candidate. It is a lot of work, and there are no guarantees except that if you do not apply, you are guaranteed not to receive an award. Where to Look for Scholarships Our website contains the information you need to get started on your scholarship or fellowship journey. We encourage all students who have identified potential scholarships to request our help in developing competitive application materials. We offer scholarship workshops; will send periodic messages via list-serv about various funding opportunities, schedule student advising appointments, and offer drop-in hours. How to become a strong candidate for Scholarships Most merit awards are open only to sophomores, juniors and seniors, and many are intended for use after the completion of a bachelors degree. Even so it is never too early to start planning for the application process.
NSPE Scholarship Application Name of Scholarship applying for (Check all that apply). _ Auxiliary Scholarship._ Virginia D. Henry Memorial. PERSONAL INFORMATION (Be sure your http://www.nspe.org/scholarships/sc1-appl.asp
Extractions: Home SOP Application Tips Obtaining Information Include a self-addressed stamped envelope when you request application forms and information about scholarships by mail. However, if you can get a form or routine information by telephone, do so. The time saved is worth the cost of a phone call, even if it is long distance. Read the Fine Print As soon as you receive the application, read the instructions carefully. Pay attention to the information required. If the application requires a transcript from all schools you have attended, request this information as soon as possible. After a few weeks have passed, call the schools to be sure that the transcripts have been sent to the proper address. If by chance you have to hand deliver a transcript, do not tamper with the seal. If the seal looks tampered with, the transcript may not be accepted. The Reason Most Applications Come With a Phone Number If you find that some instructions on an application are unclear, seek advice either from the scholarship provider, the Scholarship Opportunities Program office in 1200 Student Services II, an instructor, or an academic counselor. Understand that when you call the office that the application came from and ask questions, many others probably had the same questions. Letters of Recommendation Practice Makes Perfect If essays or statements of purpose are asked for (or paragraph-long answers to particular questions), rework them over a series of drafts until they are as well written as you can make them. A good essay or answerone that is concise, well organized, smoothly written, interesting, distinctive, and without cliches or errorsmay take many drafts to produce. Show your application to a T.A., instructor, counselor at the Scholarship Opportunities Program, or anyone else who can give good criticism. Leave time for this rewriting and consultation.
Scholarship Help And Advice Center the types of scholarships available, how to find them and how to apply for them.Thats pretty standard issue for a website about scholarships, http://www.scholarshiphelp.org/
Extractions: Introduction Hello. We think we know you. You are a good student, maybe even a great or fabulous student. You are looking forward to going to college. Or, more likely, you are in your senior year and getting organized for the full court press of getting into the college of your choice and getting the financial aid you need to be sure you and your family can afford this next step of your education. Its pretty exciting and more than a little nerve-wracking. Youre already dealing with the pressures of your high school career and they are significant, we know. The process of getting ready, getting into and paying for college is a very big extra project in your already crowded life. You may be reading this website because youve already concluded that you will apply for scholarships. Or, the question of whether or not to apply for scholarships may not have an obvious answer for you yet. Either way, its sensible to read our website and get the facts about scholarships as well as the best advice we can offer about how to succeed in winning scholarships. We will spend time in this website explaining how college funding works, the types of scholarships available, how to find them and how to apply for them. Thats pretty standard issue for a website about scholarships, although we think if youll pardon us saying so, that weve done an excellent and job of being comprehensive and readable. Heres whats different.
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Beinecke Scholarship Program: How To Apply Each school invited to participate in the Beinecke Scholarship Program is who are interested in applying for a Beinecke Scholarship should contact their http://www.beineckescholarship.org/HowtoApply.htm
Extractions: Each year approximately 100 colleges and universities are invited to nominate a student for a Beinecke Scholarship, and 20 new scholarships will be awarded in 2006. Each school invited to participate in the Beinecke Scholarship Program is permitted to make a single nomination each year. Students enrolled at a participating institution who are interested in applying for a Beinecke Scholarship should contact their campus liaison for information regarding the procedure to be followed in selecting the school's nominee. Conditions of Eligibility To be eligible for a Beinecke Scholarship, a student must: Have demonstrated superior standards of intellectual ability, scholastic achievement and personal promise during his or her undergraduate career. Be a college junior pursuing a bachelor's degree during the 2005-2006 academic year. "Junior" means a student who plans to continue full-time undergraduate study and who expects to receive a baccalaureate degree between December 2006 and August 2007. Plan to enter a master's or doctoral program in the arts, humanities or social sciences. Students in the social sciences who plan to pursue graduate study in neuroscience should not apply for a Beinecke Scholarship.
Extractions: The University of Sydney web site has information for international students: Undergraduate students Postgraduate students Study Abroad and Student Exchange students The University of Sydney Foundation Program (USFP) The University of Sydney Centre for English Teaching (CET) International Student Services Unit (ISSU) The International Office web site has information about the International Office: About the International Office Representatives of the University International Partners International Office Publications ... Contact Us
Extractions: Scholarship Information The Delaware Community Foundation is pleased to administer a number of scholarships that benefit Delawares students and professionals. Application guidelines for many of these scholarships can be found on this site. Additional information may be obtained by contacting Richard Gentsch, Director of Administrative Services, at 504-5222 or firstname.lastname@example.org Further information about financial aid and scholarships for Delaware residents is available on the Delaware Higher Education Commissions Web site. Consult the following pages: http://www.doe.state.de.us/high-ed/scholarships.htm http://www.doe.state.de.us/high-ed/compendium.03.pdf
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Exchange/Scholarship/Grant Programs The US Embassy in Israel offers twoyear scholarships to outstanding Israeli-Arab Celebrating 10 years of the Israeli-Arab Scholarship Program (IASP). http://israel.usembassy.gov/publish/exchange.htm
Extractions: Israeli Arab Scholarship Program The U.S. Embassy in Israel offers two-year scholarships to outstanding Israeli-Arab students to pursue graduate programs in the United States during academic year 2007-2008. Applicants for this annual scholarship program must be citizens of the State of Israel residing in this country. Scholarships are offered in all fields, except medicine, for study towards the master's degree or doctorate. Recipients are chosen on the basis of academic excellence