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MOUNT HOLYOKE COLLEGE 21ST CENTURY
SCHOLARS PROGRAM VALUED AT $25,000
Mount Holyoke’s 21st Century Scholars Program is their
most distinguished and generous merit award. Each year,
approximately 35 new scholars are welcomed into the program.
These first-year students have an outstanding record of
scholarship and co-curricular achievement, as well as
considerable leadership potential. This award includes:
· A $25,000 scholarship renewed annually for up
to a maximum of eight semesters
· Funding for an internship or research project of
the student’s own design
· Admission to a first-year honors tutorial with a
First-year applicants are considered automatically for these
awards without regard to financial need and no additional
application is required.
For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/m0Ojh2
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ACADEMIC AWARD
AVAILABLE AT NORTHERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
The International Academic Award is available to academically
talented, undergraduate international students who are enrolled
at Northern Michigan University as first-time, full-time baccalaureate
The award reduces tuition and this reduction can amount to a savings
of $1,100 per spring semester, $1,100 per winter semester, $1,000 per spring/summer semester, or up to $3,200 per calendar year.
The international student must meet the following conditions in order to
• Must hold a valid, in status, F-1 Visa.
• Must achieve a 3.00 cumulative GPA (or higher) within the first four semesters of study at NMU, with a minimum of 12 credit hours
• per semester.
◦ Note: Sixteen credit hours per semester are needed to
◦ complete most degree programs within 8 semesters.
• Recipients of the International Academic Award will be provided
• the opportunity to perform up to 15 hours of community service
• for each semester the award is received.
For more information, please visit: www.nmu.edu/iao
UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO OFFERS INTERNATIONAL
The International Rocket Scholarship is offered to new undergraduate international students who are entering the university as an adult,
transfer or directly from high school who have a minimum grade
point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. The scholarship covers the
out of state surcharge, valued at approximately $9,000. Students
whose native language is not English must have a minimum
international TOEFL score of 500 paper based, 173 computer
based, or 61 internet based test or a minimum IELTS score of
6.0 and be academically admissible to receive this award.
Students are eligible for this award until they earn an undergraduate
degree, but must do so within 15 semesters over a maximum of five consecutive years. A completed international undergraduate
application for admission, all required transcripts, $40 application
fee, and official passing TOEFL or IELTS report must be postmarked
by the application priority deadline for the term of application.
For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/iS8jrb
PARTIAL TO FULL FUNDING FOR INTERNATIONAL
STUDENTS AT PITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY
Pittsburg State University is a public university located in the
southeast corner of the state of Kansas. Serving approximately
7,000 students, PSU has an international population of about 500
students from 40 different countries. Pittsburg State offers more
than 100 internationally recognized undergraduate and graduate
Although the university is more than 100 years old, class sizes have
remained small and individually focused. Pittsburg State University
is very attractive to prospective international students because of the
quality of our programs and the comparatively low tuition fees.
Several scholarship opportunities are available to international
students and selection is based on academic records submitted
with the application. Undergraduate scholarships cover partial to
full tuition while graduate assistantships can cover tuition, stipend
for living expenses:
- Undergraduate International Advocate Scholarship
o Cumulative GPA of 3.25
o Student may apply for this scholarship after 1 semester at
- Undergraduate Honors College for Incoming Freshmen
o Cumulative GPA of 3.5
· Must be admitted to PSU and apply before Feb 1 for fall
· admission each year
o Applicants must also submit an SAT or ACT score
- Undergraduate Honors College for Transfer Students
o Cumulative GPA of 3.75
o Must be admitted to PSU and apply before Feb 1 for fall
admission each year
- Graduate Assistantships
o Must be admitted to the graduate program
For more information, please visit www.pittstate.edu/iss