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National Table Tennis program

National Table Tennis program

NCTTA’s National Table Tennis program has been developed to give deserving table tennis athletes the opportunity for financial support while pursuing a college education. With the generous support from NEWGY Industries, NCTTA is able to award a limited Number of Awards to male and female students, based on the criteria described on this site. Recipients are expected to practice with and compete for their school’s table tennis team in NCTTA competition.

Scholarship OpportunitiesA limited number of $1000 financial aid positions will be awarded for select educational expenses, including:

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  • Tuition
  • Books
  • Room and Board

The size and scope of the program program (including both number and amount of scholarships awarded) is expected to expand in future years. Consider making a contribution to help expand the program.

Eligibility

Only applicants meeting the following minimum requirements will be considered:

  • Enrolled (or enrolling) at a U.S. accredited college or university as a full-time undergraduate student pursuing his or her first degree.
  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale. High school GPA will be considered for enrolling first-year students.
  • Have demonstrated an interest in and commitment to the sport of table tennis
  • Has completed the application form and submitted any supporting documents requested.

View the more detailed criteria on which financial aid positions will be awarded. If you meet the eligibility requirements, consider submitting an application.

http://www.nctta.org/scholarship/index.html

2 comments

  1. Javier Rivera says:

    My son is almost 16. He is American but currently lives in Lima Perú. He is a very good table tennis player. He would like to attend a University in the States and, at the same time play this sport that he loves. Would he be eligible for a athletic scolarship? We would like for him to go to his country, graduate from a University, save as much as we can, and make sure that he developes himself playing table tennis, which he is just crazy for. Would he be eligible for a student loan as well?
    Thanks,
    Javier

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