University of New Hampshire
University of New Hampshire
Purpose: To provide financial assistance to students who want to continue their education at UNH. Focus: Engineering; Physical sciences. Qualif.: Applicants must be high school seniors admitted to the University's College of Engineering and Physical Sciences. Criteria: Selection criteria include: (1) Rigorous programs of study including a minimum of five years of mathematics and four years of science, with preference given to Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate Courses; (2) Grades that indicate excellence; (3) Class rank in the top 10 percent (for students attending schools that provide class rank) or equivalent; (4) SAT Reasoning Test scores of 1310+ (Critical Reading and Math only) or a 30+ composite on the ACT with writing test.
Funds Avail.: $10,000. Number Awarded: 2. To Apply: Applicants must have an application for admission to a major within the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of New Hampshire; must have official high school transcripts, including the first marking period of senior year; must have the official test scores for either the SAT Reasoning Test or ACT with writing test; must submit an additional scholarship essay through the online form; must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. Application form and other supporting documents must be sent to University of New Hampshire, Office of Admission/CEPS-Tyco Scholarship, Grant House, 4 Garrison Ave., Durham, NH 03824. Deadline: November 15.
Purpose: To provide financial assistance to students who want to continue their education at UNH. Focus: General studies. Qualif.: Applicants must be enrolled or accepted as full-time students in a four-year degree program at UNH, Durham campus; must possess leadership potential as demonstrated through involvement in academic, co-curricular and/or work activities; must have a relative who is an alumnus/a of the University of Hampshire who must have been a dues-paying member at the time of his or her death; and must have a cumulative GPA of 3.2. Criteria: The scholarship Committee will judge the applicants based on the following evaluation criteria: (1) Academic record; (2) Leadership potential; (3) Breadth of academic, co-curricular and employment activities; (4) Quality and content of the application, essay, strength of recommendation and interview, if applicable; (5) Length of membership and/or level of service to UNH or the Alumni Association by the related dues-paying member.
Funds Avail.: $3,000. To Apply: Applicants must complete the application form available online; and must have a letter of recommendation from a high school teacher, guidance counselor or UNH faculty member. Deadline: March 31.
Purpose: To provide financial assistance to students who want to continue their education at UNH. Focus: General studies. Qualif.: Applicants must demonstrate academic achievement; must be of good character; must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.8; must be involved in community service projects or in the university community; and must be making financial contributions to their education through employment. Criteria: Selection of recipients will be based on financial need.
Funds Avail.: $5,000-$9,000. To Apply: Applicants must submit a University Community and/or Community Service verification letter; an employment verification Letter; a background information statement (maximum of 1 page double spaced); and must have a faculty recommendation. Application forms are available online and must be sent to University of New Hampshire Parent's Association.
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