To recognize outstanding students for their academic achievements, Eckerd College is pleased to announce the establishment of the Academic Achievement Scholarship for first-year applicants for the academic year 2022-2023.
Specially organized for first-year undergraduate applicants at Eckerd College, this scholarship will cover $12,000 – $22,000 of the tuition fee of the undergraduate program undertaken by the selected students. Students identified as individuals who do not require a visa to study in the USA are eligible to be considered for this scholarship.
Eckerd College is a private liberal arts college in St. Petersburg, Florida, founded in 1958 and currently ranking 128th in the National Liberal Arts Colleges. The college possesses a highly committed faculty and staff, adventurous students, and thousands of friends who have turned an idea into a reality and inspired and empowered individuals to improve the world through mastery of self and a lifetime of learning. It aims to provide excellent, innovative undergraduate liberal arts education and lifelong learning.
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Who is Eligible?
- The applicants must enroll in a four-year undergraduate program at Eckerd College.
- The applicants must be individuals who do not require a Visa to study in the United States of America.
- The applicants must have incredible merit.
How to Apply?
- The applicants are first required to apply for admission via the university’s designated application portal, i.e. Common Application portal or the Eckerd College application portal.
- The students are required to present the following documents to the university:
- Personal statement or essay
- Admission recommendation letter
- Official high school transcript
- No separate scholarship application is required. All eligible students will be considered automatically.
The successful winners of the scholarship will receive an award of $12,000 – $22,000 for four years of undergraduate studies at Eckerd College.
The application pathway to make an application for this scholarship is open. However, students are suggested to also consider the program–specific application deadlines, if any, while applying for the scholarship.