SCHOLARSHIP ALERT!!! EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP AT USU.
USU’s Annual Diversity Day is just around the corner. This on-campus event is targeted to all first generation and multicultural juniors and seniors or anyone interested in learning more about higher education or life as an Aggie. The best part of Diversity Day: Seniors can apply and interview for the Educational Opportunity Scholarship that day…you can have your scholarship in place before the Dec. 1st priority application deadline!
Last year, two students from THS were awarded scholarships at Diversity Days. I’m working to secure transportation to take students to USU that day, but space is limited, so you need to register ASAP. USU is also offering bus transportation that day from both the Maverick Center and the Energy Solutions Arena, but again space is limited. And one more reason to register NOW: Diversity Day is growing tremendously so the event will be capped at 250 students.
UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY’S ANNUAL DIVERSITY DAY, Friday, November 21, 9am – 4 pm
-What college life is like.
-How to pay for college, and scholarship opportunities.
-Campus opportunities and services.
-Famous Aggie Ice Cream.
-Bus transportation (first come, first serve) at the following locations: Maverick Center, Energy Solutions, Ogden Mall, and Brigham City USU campus.
Cost: $20 fee which covers transportation, meals, and activities.
*Register ASAP: first come, first serve and capped at 250 students.
USU EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP (Seniors)
Application.pdf, or available from Mrs. Cartwright in the Counseling Office.
Deadline: November 14, 2014 in order to secure an interview at Diversity Day!; optional deadline of February 1, 2014
-Multicultural and First Generation students.
-Minimum 3.0 GPA
-Minimum 21 ACT or 980 SAT
-Demonstrate financial need.
-Applicants agree to us the scholarship in consecutive semesters, unless a deferment or leave of absence is requested (military service, medical considerations, or church service)
-Personal essay must accompany the application (1-2 pages, double-spaced)
-Must be a U.S. citizen or have permanent resident status
Award: 4 years full tuition or 4 years half tuition