Graduate School Scholarships and Fellowships


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Amount: $1000
Tuition Scholarships

The Arya Laghaie Indigenous Peoples' Rights Scholarship is an annual scholarship of $1,500.00. This scholarship is awarded in loving memory of Tamara L. Crouch Memorial Scholarship is a $1,000 scholarship to assist a student enrolled in the LL.M. Program in Intercultural Human Rights with the cost of tuition, fees, and, if necessary, housing expenses. The scholarship shall be awarded based upon the applicant demonstrated commitment to the struggle for an international order of human dignity. Secondly, the scholarship shall be need-based, with special consideration given to students from developing nations, in recognition of the particular hardships they bear in attending the LL.M. program. Finally, consideration will be given to academic scholarship, as determined by the selection committee, based upon the applicant performance in the LL.M. program.

Amount: $5000

There are also numerous scholarship opportunities through outside sources. The priority deadline to be considered for a merit scholarship for fall enrollment is March 1. The priority deadline to be considered for a merit scholarship for spring enrollment is December 1. There are no GPA or LSAT score requirements to qualify for need-based scholarship funds. Students invited to join the program will be eligible for several benefits, including the Presidential Honors Scholarship. A variety of scholarships exist for current and prospective law students.

Amount: $1000
Beginning Freshmen Transfer Scholarships

To for non-guaranteed scholarships and compete for their share of than $600,000 in scholarship money awarded annually by Southwestern’s foundation, an incoming freshman must be accepted to Georgia Southwestern and complete the Beginning Freshmen Scholarship Application. Approximately 20% of the university freshmen class receive merit-based scholarships from Southwestern. Students residing outside of the designated southwest Georgia counties are also eligible to receive scholarships by submitting the required Beginning Freshman Scholarship Application. The Goizueta Foundation of Atlanta established a scholarship to provide need-based assistance annually to Hispanic Latino students whose families currently reside in the United States. It is renewable and not based on financial need.

Amount: $2000
Graduate Student Scholarships

The scholarships in the Current Student Scholarship Program are made available through the generous gifts of private donors and alumni of the University of Michigan-Dearborn. Scholarship recipients must have a 3.3 cumulative GPA at time of application and must maintain a 3.3 cumulative graduate GPA failure to do so will result in the termination of the scholarship, typically in the academic semester following the non-complying action. Those continuing ACM students, newly eligible for the scholarship, will need to submit this scholarship form. Those continuing students, newly eligible for the scholarship, will need to submit this scholarship application form. Recipients are expected to enroll full-time The Community Service Personnel Scholarship Program provides a scholarship valued at 20% of tuition and fees for public safety employees at partnering organizations.

Amount: $6000
CST Scholarships

Some scholarships are need-based, while others merit-based. Scholarship recipient may accept other scholarships and grant in conjunction with this scholarship. Watts Scholarship to the College of Sciences and Technology The potential impact of the scholarship on the educational goals of the applicant. ESPRIT de Corps Fellowship for Teachers for MAT Note: applicant can receive this scholarship in addition to other scholarships for the same semester, depending upon their financial need. Be offered and accept a UHD Merit Scholarship Renewable must complete UHD Admissions application by Dec. Be offered and accept a UHD Non-Renewable Scholarship Be offered and accept a UHD Transfer Merit Scholarship: automatic acceptance into Scholars.

Amount: $25000
University-Wide Scholarships

Admitted freshmen are considered for these scholarships based on an overall assessment of the application for freshman admission. No separate application is needed, though demonstration of financial need is required for certain academic scholarships. Note: This is a highly competitive scholarship, where most awardees are in the top 1-3% of a graduating class. Recipients must list the University of Minnesota Twin Cities as their first-choice college by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation deadline. Note: This is a highly competitive scholarship, where most awardees are in the top 10% of a graduating class. Demonstration of financial need is required for the following academic scholarships. Awards are competitive and based on academic merit.

Amount: $5000
Scholarships and Awards

Please read the descriptions of each scholarship thoroughly. H.W. Vogelmann Award for Excellence in Research and Scholarship. The act of establishing an endowed scholarship fund is one of the most meaningful and lasting ways to support the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. A gift agreement setting forth the criteria for the scholarship award is prepared in consultation with the donor and, once agreed upon, is signed along with the terms of a pledge payment agreement. The scholarship or fellowship award will not begin to be issued until after the endowment reaches the $50,000 or $250,000 minimum requirement, respectively.

Amount: $1943
Civil and Environmental Engineering

The Department is able to offer a number of scholarships to the university s through the generous support of the university alumni. This scholarship was established in 1998 by Charles F. The scholarship is in memory of the late Stanley F. The recipient must be a resident of Massachusetts and financial need should be demonstrated. The scholarship is a need-based and merit award thus, financial need and academic leadership qualities interest in civil engineering earth sciences and a minimum GPA of 3.0.

New Freshman Scholarships

Brigham Young University anticipates awarding approximately one-fourth of the new incoming freshmen students an academic scholarship. Prospective new freshmen are eligible to for scholarships beginning with the term semester they are admitted. Students are ranked and scholarships awarded accordingly. If applicant qualify to receive a multi-year scholarship applicant are eligible to be considered for the Russell M. Applicants should complete the essay portions of the regular scholarship application. National Merit Scholarships are sponsored by three different entities.They are sponsored by National Merit, a corporation, or by a university. If a student qualifies for an academic, private, or need-based scholarship separate from the Sterling Scholarship, the university will offer the student whichever scholarship is of greater monetary value. The university will defer the scholarship while they are on their mission.

Amount: $1961

Honors College merit scholarships may be awarded on top of any other merit-based or need-based scholarship a student may receive from the College of Charleston, State of South Carolina, or from independent sources. The Automated Trading Desk Scholarship was established by the Automated Trading Desk Company of Mt. Pleasant, SC. The agreement was amended in 1986 to specify that the Boykin Scholarship may be awarded by the CofC Honors College regardless of the intended major of the recipient. The scholarship should be given to outstanding students on the basis of merit. The Mosteller Family Endowed Scholarship was established by Dr. Mosteller, class of 1981, to provide out-of-state Swanson Scholars with scholarship funds. The Othersen Scholarship was established by Dr. Othersen, class of 1950.