Money that is awarded to qualified students who are chosen as recipients based on certain accomplishments, characteristics, skills and/or abilities they possess. There are all types of educational scholarships available, including those set aside for disadvantaged students. Other common types of scholarship funds are given for good grades and for participating in extracurricular activities. Scholarships are very special awards to receive, and like grants, they do not have to be paid back.
Awards given to students by federal and state governments, colleges, businesses, and community groups, usually on the basis of academic achievement, talent, or group membership.
Certificates of a designated dollar value that are applied toward tuition and/or fees at a public or private school. Also called vouchers, tuition scholarships, or opportunity scholarships.
(Undergraduates only) - Scholars are selected each year by the Governing body on the recommendation of tutors. The award is worth ,200 p.a. and the holder can wear a Scholar's gown. Scholars would be expected to have been given a Distinction or 1st in Mods or Prelims and to have produced excellent academic work throughout the year.
in sport, money and support offered to talented sportspeople while they study.
Awards which students do not have to pay back provided by the College, private foundations and /or businesses. Applications and information are available in the Office of Prospective Student Services. Click here for more information on scholarships.
Scholarships and grants are types of gifts that do NOT have to be repaid. They may take the form of University scholarships, federal or state grants, or outside scholarships.
a financial aid award that does not have to be repaid. Scholarships are generally made based on an applicant meeting certain eligibility criteria.
Free money awarded to students on the basis of merit, financial need, and/or area of study. CSU, Chico Scholarship Program
Gifts of money to students from state, federal, or private sources. While state and federal grant programs are based on financial need, scholarships may be based on a variety of factors, including need, academic excellence, leadership qualities, heritage, or extracurricular interests.
outright grants to students selected by the institution and financed from current funds, restricted or unrestricted; also includes aid to students through tuition or fee waivers. These funds are gifted to the student and are not repaid by the student.
Funds provided based on a student's ability, achievement, ethnicity, nationality, or involvement in certain activities. Scholarships do not have to be repaid and come from many sources.
Free money awarded on the basis of merit or some personal quality or talent you possess.
Scholarships are awarded each academic year in the fall semester. For more information, visit our scholarships page.
Awards that do not require repayment. Scholarships usually require that a student meet some specific criteria -- academics, community service, college leadership, etc. Scholarships are funded by the Federal and State governments and the Longwood University Foundation.
Money awarded that does not have to be paid back. Given to students who demonstrate or show promise of high achievement in areas such as academics, athletics, music, art or other fields.
Scholarships are funds used to pay for higher education that don’t have to be repaid, and are based on any number of criteria, such as academics, achievement, talents, or through various groups.
Funds awarded to students for high academic achievement.
Educational funds that may come from any number of sources and do not typically have to be repaid.
Financial assistance based on merit; do not require repayment.
Scholarships are financial or other forms of support made available by sponsors to assist Australian and international students to pursue their studies at the University. When a student's means are a criterion, scholarships are sometimes called bursaries.
Dollars awarded to a student for the funding of college. This assistance does not have to be repaid. Some scholarship dollars come from the institutions themselves while other scholarships are "outside" the institution and are awarded through a variety of competitions.
Gift aid that is usually based on merit or a combination of need and merit.
Financial awards provided to students from university and non-university sources that are used toward educational expenses incurred by students receiving the award. Scholarships have certain criteria a student must meet before obtaining the award and may be restricted in how they are used (i.e., tuition or books only).
Scholarships are funds used to pay for higher education that do not need to be repaid. Scholarships are awarded based on a variety of criteria.
Awards based on academic, merit-based, athletic factors, or various other talents. Financial need is generally not a factor in determining eligibility, and scholarships do not usually have to be repaid.
Free student aid based upon merit. Corporations, organizations, foundations, etc., will typically award scholarships to students based on grades, community involvement, extracurricular activities, athletics, and arts.
Non- repayable awards to students based on merit or merit plus need.
financial awards that do not usually have to be repaid; monetary aid typically given to students who demonstrate or show promise of high achievement in areas such as academics, athletics, music, art or other disciplines
Forms of financial aid for undergraduate, graduate and doctorate education that help students pay for their education. Unlike student loans, scholarships and fellowships do not have to be repaid.
scholarships, like grants, are a form of financial aid that do not have to be repaid. These are available from many sources including community groups, schools and private corporations. Scholarships can be awarded based on a variety of criteria including scholastic achievement, hobbies and college majors.
Financial assistance for tuition and fee payment granted by donors to qualified recipients.
A type of financial aid which does not require repayment or employment and is usually awarded to students who demonstrate or show potential for achievement–usually academic–at that institution.
Funds used to pay for higher education that do not have to be repaid. Scholarships may be awarded based on any number of criteria, such as academics, achievements, hobbies, talents, affiliations with various groups, or career aspirations. They usually do not provide funds for living expenses.
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Awards that usually do not have to be repaid. They are given to students who demonstrate high academic promise or achievement in areas such as academics, athletics, music, art or other disciplines. The U.S. Department of Education does not provide scholarships, but many schools, states, and private organizations do.
Some colleges use the term "scholarship" to mean a grant, need-based aid which does not have to be repaid. Other colleges reserve the term "scholarship" for awards given for high academic achievement or special talent, regardless of demonstrated need.
Funds awarded by the university, state, or private sources, based on merit, need, service, leadership, or some combination thereof.
usually based upon merit, but are occasionally need-based; can come from a variety of sources and are often tied to special skills and/or abilities.
Grants- in-aid, trainee stipends, tuition and fee waivers, and prizes to undergraduate students.
Awards that do not usually have to be paid back. They are given to students who demonstrate or show promise of high achievement in areas such as academics, athletics, music, art or other disciplines.
Washington University awards scholarships to incoming freshmen and transfer students based on achievement and potential alone or on a combination of achievement and potential and the familyâ€(tm)s financial circumstances. Washington University Scholarships are renewable as long as a student maintains satisfactory academic progress, is enrolled for at least 12 hours, and the familyâ€(tm)s financial situation has not changed dramatically.
financial awards that are not repaid, based on individual need or achievement, given by colleges and private groups.
Awards to students based on merit or merit plus need, which do not need to be repaid.
monetary awards given to students in recognition of outstanding academic achievement. Scholarships are sometimes based on financial need as well as academic performance.
Funds awarded to students based on scholastic or other merit. Available from a wide variety of sources.
An award of money that does not need to be repaid by a student. Scholarships may be based on financial need, academic merit, a student¹s talent or achievement in a special area, or affiliation with a specific ethnic, religions or professional group.
Funds used to pay for higher education that do not have to be repaid. Scholarships may be awarded based on any number of criteria, such as academics, achievements, talents, and affiliations with various groups, or career aspirations. Scholarships do not have to be repaid.
Generally based on academic achievement, this form of financial aid also helps meet the student's cost of education. Repayment is not required if academic obligations are met. Scholarships may be awarded based on any number of criteria, such as academics, talent or skills.