Do you wish to acquire higher education in the field of STEM at a leading university in the United States? Do you need an opportunity that can help you fund your education? If so, then Lock Haven University’s Board of Governors STEM Scholarship will interest you. It is currently available for incoming freshman students who are residents of Pennsylvania.
Lock Haven University will provide all qualified students with this award throughout their course. This scholarship will promote high-performing students, and provide them financial assistance to further their education in the field of STEM at Lock Haven University.
With more than 4,000 students, Lock Haven University is a wonderful institution working as a part of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. It has a friendly and welcoming campus that attracts thousands of students from around the globe each year to study here. At the institution, there are 69 undergraduate and 4 graduate programmes are available. These programmes are taught by experienced faculty who provides one-on-one attention and are dedicated to your success.
Who May Be Eligible?
The following requirements must be met to be eligible for this scholarship programme:
- Aspirants must be incoming freshman students;
- Candidates must be residents of Pennsylvania;
- Entrants should be interested in pursuing a degree in a STEM area at Lock Haven University;
- Recipients must have a minimum combined critical reading and math SAT score of 1200 and a 3.5 cumulative GPA.
How to Apply
To be considered for this scholarship, you first need to submit an application for your chosen programme and receive an offer of admission. After successfully enrolling in an eligible course, applicants can apply for this opportunity. Recipients are selected by the LHU admission committee.
All the selected candidates will be granted an educational fund to support their higher education at the university. The scholarship money awarded will be a contribution to educational expenses. This scholarship is renewable for four years and will be applied to the student’s 2020-21 billing statement.
The applications will be selected on a rolling basis.