The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, popularly known as UNCC is ready to help out students fulfil their future endeavours with a variety of merit scholarships. Students can achieve their future career ambitions with the help of UNCC. The university has designed new merit scholarships for the upcoming academic year. This year, the university has made available these opportunities for both new and continuing students with different backgrounds. Reviewing the applicant’s academic achievements, leadership qualities and participation in co-curricular activities, these scholarships will be granted.
UNCC is currently providing scholarships for both in and out of state resident students. Students will not have to apply separately to avail of the scholarships. New entrants will be selected for these funds at the time of admission. Students with financial burdens and hindrances may apply to pursue their higher education at ease. Most importantly, these programs will give recognition to students for their talent and achievements that will motivate them to maintain a good academic record.
UNC Charlotte is one of the largest universities in North Carolina spread over a 1000 acres. The university has three campuses. UNCC maintains a particular commitment to addressing attributes of the society that it believes in to enrich the Charlotte region. The university has a total enrollment of 24,070 every academic year with a 19:1 student-faculty ratio. The various schools maintain a close relationship between the students and the faculty. The admission process is more selective with an acceptance rate of 65%.
See the table below for a quick view of the scholarships:
|Organization||The University of North Carolina at Charlotte|
|Number of Awards||4|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
|Country||United States of America|
|Application Deadline||February 1, 2021|
Who May Be Eligible
The eligibility criterion is as follows:
- Candidates must be first-year students
- Candidates must have a good academic record
- Candidates must have the potential to be involved in community work
How to Apply
Complete and submit the online application. Students may pay the application fee or submit an approved fee waiver. Then, they must also submit a high school transcript and an essay. For this academic year, submitting standardized test scores and personal statements or letter of recommendations are optional, although one may submit them if they wish to.
- High School Transcript
- One essay
The benefits of the scholarships are:
- Levine Scholar’s Program: $105,000 4 year in-state tuition and $155,000 4 year out-state tuition
- Albert Engineering Leadership scholars program: $19,000 annually and $6,000 professional development stipend
- Belk Scholars Program in Business Analytics: In-state tuition for 4 years
- Martin Scholar’s Program: Average $3,000 per semester
The application deadline for fall applications is February 1, 2021. To know more about the scholarships, check the official website. Late and incomplete submissions will not be considered.