Hey looking for programmes at Bowling Green State University. There are many positions available for current students, incoming freshmen, the sophomores and the transfer students as well. Financial aid is available to help by paying for student’s instructional and general fees, nonresident fees (if applicable), room, meals, books, and transportation and personal expenses. Currently, 80% of all BGSU students receive some type of financial assistance. Bowling Green State University provides experiences that enhance lives and prepare students for lifelong career growth and leadership in a global society. To be considered for need-based aid, applicants must be an admitted student and file the free application for federal student aid (FAFSA). BGSU awards an average of 5,800 scholarships totaling approximately $20 million each year. Explore the list below:
Types of Scholarships
Bowling Green State University offers scholarships ranging from $1,000-full fees. Incoming fall freshmen may be eligible for the University’s Freshman academic programs ranging from $1,000 to $8,000. The level of award is based on cumulative GPA and ACT or SAT test scores. In order for full consideration for academic programs, students must apply for admission by January 15, 2016. Students applying after the January 15 deadline will be considered for academic programs as funds remain available. More detailed information is listed below for freshmen awards:
Award of High Distinction Scholarship: The Award of High Distinction award is a full-fee scholarship and is renewable. Students must be incoming freshman for fall 2016 and have 3.8 cumulative high school grade point average on a 4.0 scale, 30 ACT composite or 1300 SAT (critical reading plus math). Applications should be submitted by December 7, 2015.
University Tuition funding for Underrepresented Students: This is a $3,500 scholarship renewable for four years. Selection will be based on financial need, cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale and 20 ACT composite or 900 SAT (critical reading plus math) scores, race/ethnicity, location and commitment to diversity. This scholarship is renewable if all criteria are met. Applications for this application will close on January 15, 2016.
The Honors Experience Scholarship: This is a $4,000 award for incoming freshmen in the Honors College, payable over four years ($1,000 per year). Eligible students must apply to BGSU and the Honors College by January 15, 2016 to be considered for the award. Factors that might be taken into account are financial need, unique experiences, diverse backgrounds, in addition to the Honors Application and Essay. This scholarship can be combined with the University Freshman Academic Scholarship.
Alumni Laureate program: This scholarship currently covers the cost of any educational expense up to the cost of tuition, is renewable for four years and includes a $1,000 book award. A separate application is required and the deadline to apply is December 7, 2015.
Sidney A. Ribeau President’s Leadership Academy (PLA): The Sidney A. Ribeau President’s Leadership Academy is a four-year leadership development program that prepares students to lead with integrity and make meaningful contributions to society. Awardees receive a renewable financial aid up to the cost of in-state tuition and general fees. Applications are due by December 7, 2015.
Alumni Association Scholarships: BGSU Alumni Association opportunities are typically valued at $1,000 and are available to incoming and continuing students. Students do not need to be legacies (having a parent that attended) to be eligible for the awards. Specific eligibility criteria vary for each award.
Wood and Lucas County Book Loan program: Incoming freshman from Wood or Lucas County may apply for a scholarship to cover the cost of books for applicants freshman year. To qualify, applicants must be an admitted freshman and live in Wood or Lucas County. The application and FAFSA must be completed by January 15, 2016.
Other scholarship opportunities: Students talented in music, athletics, art, math, science, writing, leadership and demonstrating other significant accomplishments may be eligible for additional positions.
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International students are qualified for the BG Success Scholarship (for non-Ohio residents) and other merit-based awards based upon academic standing and test scores. There is no additional application required for these endowments, they are awarded automatically and are renewable if all criteria are met. These are of following types:
-Helen and Barney Wood: The award is given once a year to an international student. Applicants must be student form Nepal who is a citizen of or if there are no eligible Nepalese students, a study abroad student who is African –American.
-McKinnon Award: This scholarship is for an international student preferably majoring in Education. Applicants must be international student preferably majoring in Education and should have minimum GPA of 3.0.
-Otto Schoeppler German American Scholarship: Otto Schoeppler established this application to assist academically outstanding undergraduate students who are enrolled on a full-time basis. Applicants must be an international student and must be a rising sophomore, junior or senior and have a minimum GPA of 3.25.
-Peter A. Compton Memorial Scholarship: The purpose of this application is to award a French or Belgian student attending BGSU. Preference given to French or Belgian student in the humanities, preferably languages or the fine arts. Also open to European, African, or Mediterranean countries where French is a major language.
The Bowling Green State University Honors College supports the BGSU mission by fostering a community of scholars. Through an emphasis on personal and intellectual development, members are challenged to identify their values and broaden their worldview. This is a one way to set students apart from other graduating seniors and to help them achieve their educational, career, and life goals.
-J. Robert Bashore Scholarships: these endowments seek to reward students with outstanding academic records who have demonstrated curiosity about ideas beyond the narrow limits of one discipline. The bursaries are awarded based on GPA, Honors GPA, diversity of coursework, amount and diversity of Honors coursework, number and variety of extracurricular activities, and the quality of a 500-word essay describing the student’s personal pursuit of a liberal education. A minimum of four opportunities are awarded, one for at least $2,000.
-Klein Scholarship: To apply for this application applicants must be members of the Honors College (in good standing) and must have completed at least 60 hours of BGSU coursework. Previous years’ scholarship winners cannot win this year. Applications are reviewed by a selection committee comprised of the Associate Dean of the Honors College, Honors staff, and residence life staff.
-Dulin Service Scholarship: This Scholarship was created to honor the memory of Ms. Dulin and provide financial support for two students who are following in the footsteps of this dedicated alumna. In addition to demonstrated academic achievement, applicants should be civically engaged citizens who foster social change and community cohesion through their service to the community.
-Mayeux Awards: To be eligible for a prize an honors student must be present their project at the undergraduate research symposium or National/State Research Conference and have submitted an honors project to the honors office along with an application form and conference program and have earned an “A” on their project.
In addition to the many scholarships offered by various departments throughout the University, the College of Health and Human Services has the following scholarships available for students:
College of Health & Human Services Advocates Board Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to a junior or senior based on GPA, coursework completed, academic honors, leadership, community service, work experience and a written essay.
Joseph K. and Virginia L. Balogh Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to rising juniors or seniors in the College of Health and Human Services, based on a minimum GPA of 3.2 and financial need.
Benz Family Allied Health Excellence Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to a rising junior or senior with a declared major in the College of Health and Human Services with a 3.0 GPA or better. Recommendation from a faculty member is required and you must demonstrate leadership outside the classroom through participation in a student organization or part-time job.
Albert E. Dyckes Health Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to rising senior students majoring in a health-related profession. The grant is based on a minimum GPA of 3.0, academic honors, leadership positions, community service and work experience during college.
Marjorie E. Conrad, M.D. Allied Health Profession Scholarship: This scholarship supports a rising junior or senior majoring in an allied health professions major (e.g., applied health science, pre-PT, pre-OT, medical technology, communication disorders, gerontology, social work, etc.).
Cynthia Walling Pemberton Scholarship: The grant is awarded to a rising junior or senior majoring in applied health science with the intent to pursue graduate studies in physical therapy. Financial need is a consideration.
Dr. Albert G. Schlink Applied Health Science Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to a junior or senior majoring in applied health science who is enrolled at Firelands College or who is transferring from Firelands to the College of Health and Human Services on the BGSU main campus.
Wood County Hospital foundation grant: This scholarship was established as an annual award for a Wood County, Ohio resident pursuing a career in allied health care. Rising juniors and seniors; 3.0 GPA; intend to be an intern at a Wood County facility. Preference will be given to a Wood County resident.
Barb Tyson Scholarship: The Barb Tyson award is awarded to a student in the College of Health and Human Services in the year of their practicum (internship) experience, with preference given to students completing their practicum within Wood County, Ohio. Students must have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA and must be active in an organization on campus, involved in community service, and/or working to support themselves.
Nursing Scholarships: The grant is based on a minimum GPA of 2.8, financial need and excellence in the Nursing Program. Following opportunities are available like Nursing foundation grant; Olive H. Schlink Nursing Scholarship based on academic excellence and financial need and Joanne Navin Nursing Scholarship to a rising junior or senior who has been admitted to the nursing program. Preference is given to students who have demonstrated a desire to become a Certified Nurse Practitioner.
Gerontology Scholarships: Following types of opportunities are awarded under this category: Harold and Ivalou Bordner Gerentology Scholarship designated to full-time undergraduate students who are ready to fulfill a practicum experience through the Gerontology program; Joan Honkala Gordon Gerontology Scholarship to a student accepted into the Masters of Science in Interdisciplinary Gerontology program; Tom Stofac Gerontology Scholarship to a student who demonstrates scholastic achievement with a minimum of a 3.0 GPA.
Children & Youth Social Work Scholarship: This annual scholarship is awarded to a full-time junior and full-time senior majoring in social work with a minimum GPA of 3.0. The grant is based on financial need and involvement in social work outreach in the community and on campus.
Andrew Lawrence Rowe Memorial Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to a full-time rising junior or senior in the College of Health & Human Services who is enrolled in the Criminal Justice program with a minimum GPA of 3.25.
Schlink foundation grant Fund for the Health Science Residential Community: This scholarship is designed to assist with the surcharge for participation in the Health Science Residential Community. It is based on financial need, based on results of the FAFSA form.
Jean Pasakarnis Buchanan Scholarship: This scholarship was established to a rising junior or senior majoring in either biology or Medical Laboratory Science. Applications are available from the Biology Department.
Elizabeth Neidecker Communication Disorders Undergraduate Scholarship: The Elizabeth Neidecker Communication Disorders Undergraduate Scholarship was established by Professor Emeritus Neidecker to support students in Communication Sciences and Disorders who are planning to practice in the school setting.
The Lima Noon Sertoma Speech-Language Pathology Scholarship: The club established this application to support students who wish to pursue careers as speech-language pathologists. The recipient shall be a 2nd year Graduate Student and a resident of Northwest or West Central Ohio.
Elizabeth Neidecker Communication Disorders Graduate Scholarship: The Elizabeth Neidecker Communication Disorders graduate funding opportunities were established by Professor Emeritus Neidecker to support students in Communication Sciences and Disorders who are planning to practice in the school setting. Preference will be given to students who plan to work in the school setting.
Harold J. (Hal) McGrady Speech/Language Pathology Scholarship: Recipients must be a rising 2nd-year master’s student in Communication Sciences and Disorders who is in the school-based track and who has expressed an interest in working in the school setting after graduation. Preference is given to students who show financial need and who have demonstrated leadership and involvement in student life activities. Students are automatically considered for the following scholarships/awards. No application is necessary.
Dr. Mary McKinney Edmonds Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to rising seniors in the Applied Health Science (Pre-Physical Therapy cognate) major who are of African-American or Chicano-American descent. The scholarship recipient must be admitted to the Physical Therapy program at the Medical College of Ohio.
John Hiltner Gerontology Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to full-time students majoring in a gerontology/long-term care program. The grant is based on a minimum GPA of 3.0. Preference is given to rising juniors and seniors who demonstrate commitment to the field outside the classroom.
Melvin Hyman funding for Students: This scholarship is awarded to a graduating senior in Communication Disorders with a minimum GPA of 3.75 who will be attending graduate school at BGSU.
Gerald Rigby Honor Student Award: This award is given to outstanding students in the criminal justice program who have completed at least 60 semester hours. The award is based on a minimum GPA of 3.2 overall and 3.5 in the program, commitment to the field and demonstration of excellence in academic pursuits.
Multicultural Scholarship: This scholarship is given to an incoming first year student from an historically underrepresented population who has indicated the intention to pursue a degree in the College. The Cleveland Clinic offers a scholarship/tuition assistance program for students in a variety of allied health programs. In return for their assistance with tuition bills now, students will agree to work at the Clinic for a period of time after graduation.
These opportunities are of $2,000 value which is renewable. To be considered for the opportunity , transfer applicants must have a cumulative college GPA (all college course work will be included) of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale and demonstrate financial need based on a completed Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). award is renewable for one additional academic year if terms and conditions are met.
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