Category Archives: University Scholarship

FOP Scholarship At Tiffin University

Tiffin University is offering Fraternal Order of Police Scholarship through the FOP University consortium for their new students who are enrolled in Bachelor of Criminal Justice (BCJ) Fast Track Degree Completion Program or Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Fast Track Degree Completion Program.

Qualified scholars will receive a Fraternal Order of Police scholarship of $150 per credit hour and new students who are enrolled in Tiffin’s graduate program will be given a Fraternal Order of Police scholarship of $250 per credit hour.

For more information about this kind of scholarship, please visit the Scholarship and Financial Aid Page of Tiffin University.

Scholarship Opportunities At East Texas Baptist University

East Texas Baptist University has several scholarship opportunities for their new students beginning Fall 2008 and Spring 2009.

The university has Freshmen Academic Scholarship Programs such as Presidential Scholarship, Honor Scholarship, Dean Scholarship, Achievement Scholarship, and National Merit Semi-Finalist Scholarship that award $2,200 to $6,500 per academic year. These scholarships are all renewable as long as the scholars maintained the required minimum GPA.

ETBU also has Transfer Academic Scholarship Programs for those transfer students with at least 24 transferable hours. This scholarship awards from $2,200 to $6,500 per academic year. They also have church related scholarship for those students who demonstrate leadership qualities in their church or Christian organizations on campus.

All scholarship programs of East Texas Baptist University are renewable up to 4 years and available in first-come, first serve basis. For more information, please visit the ETBU Scholarship Page.

Transfer Student Scholarship Opportunity At St. Scholastica

The College of St. Scholastica is now offering scholarship opportunity for their transfer students effective the fall term of 2008. The scholarship is known as Benedictine Scholarships which are aimed for all their new transfer students with cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.

To qualify for this transfer student scholarship, the students must be enrolled as full-time student on their first undergraduate degree. The student may continue their scholarships as long as they were able to maintain a 2.5 GPA and full-time student status.

The value of Benedictine Scholarships depends on the actual GPA of the students. For example, $7,000 scholarship money will be given per year for students with cumulative GPA of at least 3.5. While students with cumulative GPA of 3.0 to 3.49 will be given $6,000 per year and $5,000 per year are allotted for students with cumulative GPA of 2.5 to 2.99.

For more details about the Benedictine Scholarships of College of St. Scholastica, you may call the Transfer Admissions counselor at 723-6046 or 1-800-249-6412.

Scholarship From Iowa State University Department of Music

If you are looking for scholarship programs for music degree studying, you may want to check out the scholarship programs of Iowa State University Department of Music. They offer scholarships which are primarily based on the results of your auditions.

Currently, the Iowa State University Department of Music has scholarship programs for music majors in voice, winds, percussion, keyboard, music and non-music majors in strings. Interested applicants should complete the application form prior to actual audition together with at least one recommendation from a music director or music teacher.

Auditions will be held on February 19 – 21, 2009; so be sure that the application form and the recommendation letter must be submitted on or before January 30, 2009. For more information about this scholarship, please click here.

Scholarship Offerings From Oklahoma Christian University

If you are near Oklahoma Christian University and needs some scholarship, why not consider studying in this school? They have pretty number of course offerings as well as scholarship programs to help you attain a college degree.

Not all universities list their available scholarship in their website but Oklahoma Christian clearly enumerates the available scholarships in their school and interested students can easily identify the scholarship programs that can possibly suit their credentials.

Aside from Presidential Academic Success Scholarship, Oklahoma State Regents Scholarship and Transfer Academic Merit Scholarships; Oklahoma Christian also provides wide varieties of scholarship programs such as Art/Design Scholarship, Cheerleading Scholarship, Christian Engineering Scholarship, Distinguished Performer Award (Music), Theatre/Drama Scholarship and even International Scholarship for students who are not US citizens and ineligible to receive federal aid.

So check out the Scholarship Page of Oklahoma Christian University and see how they can help you in achieving your education goals.

Chicago DSB Offers Graduate Scholarship

The University Of Chicago Graduate School Of Business which has wholly owned campuses on three continents such as Asia, Europe, and North America has a new scholarship program called the Enid Fogel Diversity Scholarship. The Enid Fogel Diversity Scholarship is named after the University’s first African-American associate dean of the Graduate School of Business from 1981 to 1988.

This scholarship program is open to qualified graduate students regardless of their race, gender and background who are enrolled full-time in the university’s MBA program. The scholarship program also strives to ensure support for underrepresented but qualified students. For more information about the Enid Fogel Diversity Scholarship and other financial aid that is offered by the university, please visit this page.

Win Art Institutes Culinary Scholarships

High school students with passion in cooking and food preparation who wanted to pursue a career in culinary arts are encouraged to join at The 2008 Art Institutes Best Teen Chef Competition. The prize at stake at this cooking competition is The Art Institutes full-tuition scholarship towards an associate degree, certificate or diploma program in culinary arts.

The winning scholar can choose to study at any of the 30 participating Art Institutes locations including The Art Institutes International Minnesota. There are over than $250,000 worth of tuition scholarships that will be given away this year. Aside from the full scholarship, the grand prize winner will also become an “Intern for a Day” at the Food Network Kitchens in New York City, a tour of the Food Network Studios, dinner for two at a Food Network chef’s restaurant and a library of Food Network Kitchens cookbooks.

To participate in this cooking competition, students can fill out an online entry form  on or before February 8, 2008. The Local Best Teen Chef Cook-off Competition will be held at The Art Institutes International Minnesota on April 12, 2008 while the National Best Teen Chef Final Round Competition will be held on Saturday, May 17, 2008, at The Art Institute of Las Vegas.

For more information on The Best Teen Chef Competition, contact an Admissions Representative at The Art Institutes International Minnesota or visit this page. The competition rules can be viewed here.

University Of Minnesota Founders Free Tuition Program

You heard it right! The University of Minnesota has this Founder’s Free Tuition Program that allows eligible freshmen and transfer students to study and complete their degree for free in any of the University of Minnesota campus: Crookston, Duluth, Morris, Twin Cities, or Rochester.

To be eligible for this scholarship, the applicants must be permanent residents of Minnesota and must qualify for the federal Pell grants. This means that applicants must came from families with an annual income of less than $50,000.

The goodness of the Founders Free Tuition Program is that there is no limit to the number of students that can receive the said 100% free tuition cost because as long as the applicants filed their FAFSA and became assessed to be eligible, all of them can study at University of Minnesota without paying the tuition cost.

Moreover, this scholarship program can be renewed for up to 4 years as long as the students meet the eligibility requirements for the program and enrolled as a full-time student. To learn more about this great scholarship opportunity for University of Minnesota, please visit this page.

Scholarship Programs From University of Illinois at Springfield

The University of Illinois at Springfield has approximately 100 available scholarships every academic year. Incoming college freshmen who wish to enroll at this university may start applying by December.

Some of the UIS scholarships are the Joe Wilkins Scholarship, the Grace Brorstrom Oakley Scholarship, the Lee Frost-Kumpf Scholarship and the Don Stanhope Scholarship. The Joe Wilkins Scholarship is intended for undergraduate or graduate UIS students who enrolled in the College of Business and Management.

The Grace Brorstrom Oakley Scholarship is a $1000 scholarship assistance for continuing part-time or full-time undergraduate students enrolled in an online degree program at UIS who are achieving well academically. Students who will apply for this scholarship must only be enrolled in online courses at a distance. Likewise, this scholarship program gives preference to single mothers who returned to higher education.

The Lee Frost-Kumpf Scholarship is the scholarship program of UIS for their eligible students who are taking up a master’s degree in political studies or public administration. On the other hand, the Don Stanhope Scholarship is for those students who are taking a degree in accounting. This scholarship is renewable for up to three years but requires a 3.3 minimum GPA. The deadline for application for University of Illinois at Springfield scholarships is on March 1.

KAUST Long Term Scholarship Offer For Students Worldwide

Are you soon graduating in college and have plans to take up graduate or master studies by 2009? Then, why not consider the long term scholarship program by King Abdullah University of Science and Technology in Saudi Arabia?

They just launched a fully funded scholarship program for students worldwide that will give full tuition, a living stipend, book and computer allowances, and summer and career enrichment programs to qualified science and technology students at their home institutions. Then after the scholars graduated form their respective universities, they will continue their master’s degree at KAUST by 2009 or 2010 as a fully funded scholar!

So if you are taking up resources, energy and environment; biosciences and engineering; materials science and engineering; applied mathematics or computational science as your undergraduate degree and have a vision to pursue a career in any of these fields of study, start inquiring about this scholarship now.

You may apply for a KAUST Discovery Scholarship directly via online application and send or attach all required documents by November 9, 2007. For more information, please click here.