Graduate School Scholarships and Fellowships

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Amount: $7000
FUNDS FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS

The Rexann Oller International Students Scholarship will be awarded each year to an international student who shows academic achievement in international affairs and or strong background and interest in international relations. This scholarship is open to all Arkansas Tech International and graduate students who have a minimum GPA of 3.0. Preference will be given to students with demonstrated financial need. Established as a tribute to John Rollow to assist non-traditional students in English and Creative Writing with tuition expenses, this scholarship is open to any non-traditional or graduate student with demonstrated financial need and a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or higher. This scholarship will be awarded as funds are sufficient to a College Student Personnel major who has demonstrated financial need.

Amount: $1000
Scholarships

The majority of scholarships are awarded between December and February of each admission cycle or until the scholarship funds are exhausted. To ensure the award of the Scholarship, recipients must accept their scholarship award and pay the two $500 seat deposits by the required dates. To maintain eligibility for these scholarships, students must achieve a required minimum cumulative grade point average as stated in their original scholarship acceptance letter. · To ensure the award of the Scholarship, recipients must accept their scholarship award and pay the two $500 seat deposits by the required dates. To ensure the award of the Scholarship, the recipient must accept the scholarship award and pay the two $500 seat deposits by the required dates.

Travel Scholarships

The Office of Graduate Studies’ Professional Presentation Travel Scholarship is offered to students to help defray transportation expenses associated with travel to professional conferences. University of Missouri doctoral students who have successfully completed doctoral comprehensive/matriculation examinations and have been admitted to doctoral candidacy are eligible for Dissertation Research Travel Scholarships or Humanities Research Travel Scholarships. Students from any graduate program are eligible to apply for the Dissertation Research Travel Scholarship. These scholarships defray transportation expenses associated with research-oriented travel A student may receive only one travel scholarship during their time at MU. Bies International Travel Scholarship endowment was established by Dr. John Bies, who earned a doctorate from Mizzou in 1972. An MU graduate student may receive only one Bies International Travel Award.

Amount: $3000
Current Student Scholarships

The following scholarships are available each academic year for current international students. Applicants’ academic records, contribution to WKU, international understanding, and financial need will be considered. Scholarship recipients are expected to volunteer with the International Student Office for 20 hours during the fall semester. Wurster Scholarship is for returning F-1 students and consists of a $860 credit to the student’s account Scholarship recipients are expected to volunteer with the International Student Office for 20 hours per semester during one academic year. To submit an application through WKU TopDollar Scholarship Source. Should be maintaining good academic standing with a minimum GPA of 2.5 for students and 3.0 for graduate students.

International Tuition, Fees, and Scholarships

UW-Stout offers International Student Tuition Scholarships to qualified international students based on their academic achievement or grade point average , financial need, and their participation in cultural and community activities. The total amount of scholarship can be changed each semester and is based on the availability of funding. These scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis to full-time students. A cumulative UW-Stout graduate GPA in their program must be at 3.0 or higher in order to be eligible for a scholarship. Please note: Customized Instruction and ESL programs and classes are not eligible for the International Tuition Scholarship. The International Student Tuition Scholarship is competitive and is based on academic merit. While all applicants are considered, there is no scholarship guarantee.

Amount: $1000
David E.Albright Memorial Scholarship

Albright Memorial Scholarship at an annual celebration event, to which Mrs. This award may be combined with most other IU scholarships.

Amount: $1982
UW Law School Scholarship Donors

This scholarship was created to provide scholarship support to students pursuing a law degree with the intent of improving environmental policies and laws at a local, national, or international level. This scholarship supports law students who are Wisconsin residents and who have demonstrated scholarship and character. The scholarship celebrates Mr. Walsh’s service to the legal profession, and to the athletic program at the University of Wisconsin, where he served as boxing coach from 19 to 1958, leading the Wisconsin boxing team to eight team championships. The scholarship is awarded to deserving students with financial need. The George and Lillian Young Scholarship was established by friends and family of the Youngs. The scholarship is awarded to worthy law students with financial need.

Scholarships

A limited number of admitted applicants who do not receive an MSFS scholarship may be placed on a waitlist for merit-based aid. Chiechi Scholarship: The Chiechi family established this scholarship in memory of their daughter, Lavinia Johanne Chiechi. Kellen MSFS Scholarship: The Kellen Foundation was established in 1984 to support cultural programs, education, religious institutions, the media, and international relations projects relating to Germany. This Fund provides MSFS scholarships for first or second year students selected by the MSFS Scholarship Committee. Oxenstierna Scholarship: David Oxenstierna, F’87, MSFS’89, established this scholarship to support MSFS students. SoldierStrong Scholarship: This gift was established to provide merit-based scholarships to students who are enrolled in MSFS and who are veterans of the United States military.

Amount: $7500
Merit-Based Scholarships

Dean’s Scholarship: Full-tuition scholarship awarded to applicants based on merit and strength of application, regardless of degree program or area of interest. Public Service Scholarship: Partial and half-tuition scholarships awarded to applicants based on merit and strength of application, regardless of degree program or area of interest. Executive Leaders Scholarship: 25% scholarship awarded to applicants of the Executive MPA for Public Service Leaders program based on merit and the overall strength of application. Global EMPA Program Pentland-Churchill Scholarship: Full tuition scholarship and stipend awarded to individuals to pursue the one-year, Executive MPA for Global Policy Leaders.

Amount: $1961
Scholarships

Scholarships are awarded either on a renewable or non-renewable basis depending on the details of the scholarship agreement with the donor Some scholarship agreements also specify whether a scholarship should be awarded to prospective students for recruitment purposes or to current students who have demonstrated excellence on campus at the College of Charleston, particularly within the Honors College community. The Mosteller Family Endowed Scholarship was established by Dr. Mosteller, class of 1981, to provide out-of-state Swanson Scholars with scholarship funds. This scholarship is given to students who deminstrate an interest in pre-health programs or the medical humanities program. The scholarship is intended for students who did not receive scholarship support from the College when they enrolled.