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Roberta B. Willis program

Roberta B. Willis program

The Office of Higher Education is giving a chance to apply for Roberta B. Willis Need-Merit program for 2020-21 academic year.

The program is available for high school seniors or graduates who attend a CT public or non-profit private college with a high school junior year class rank of 20% or above.

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The Office of Higher Education seeks to carry forward the promise of postsecondary study for all state residents by conducting state student financial aid programs. The office fulfilled its mission by assuring that students have access to educational institutions that meet the highest standards of educational quality.

Application Deadline: February 15.

Brief Description

  • University or Organization: The Office of Higher Education
  • Department: NA
  • Course Level: Any
  • Award: $5,250 for 4 year program and $4,500 for 2 year program
  • Access Mode: Online
  • Number of Awards: NA
  • Nationality: US Citizen
  • The award can be taken in the USA

Eligibility

  • Eligible Countries: the United States
  • Acceptable Course or Subjects: The program is available for all study courses in any subject offered by the institute
  • Admissible Criteria: To qualify, the applicants must check the following:
  • Roberta B. Willis Need-Merit program: Must be CT resident who is a high school senior or graduate with a high school junior year class rank of 20% or better and/or SAT scores of at least 1200 or ACT score of at least 25. The recipient must attend a CT public or non-profit private college.
  • Roberta B. Willis Need-Based Grant Program: Should be a CT resident who attends a CT public or non-profit private college.  Applicants necessity have a federal Expected Family Contribution (EFC) within the allowable range.
  • The proportion of the fiscal 2021 appropriation for the Roberta B. Willis Need-Based Grant Program that participating institutions may expect to receive for the 2020-21 (FY21) academic year. Participating institutions are:
  1. Albertus Magnus College
  2. Central Connecticut State University
  3. Charter Oak
  4. Connecticut College
  5. Eastern Connecticut State University
  6. Fairfield University
  7. Goodwin College
  8. Mitchell College
  9. Quinnipiac University
  10. Sacred Heart University
  11. Southern Connecticut State University
  12. Trinity College
  13. University of Bridgeport
  14. University of Connecticut
  15. University of Hartford
  16. University of New Haven
  17. University of Saint Joseph
  18. Wesleyan University
  19. Western Connecticut State University
  20. Asnuntuck Community College
  21. Capital Community College
  22. Gateway Community College
  23. Housatonic Community College
  24. Manchester Community College
  25. Middlesex Community College
  26. Naugatuck Valley Community College
  27. Northwestern Connecticut Community College
  28. Norwalk Community College
  29. Quinebaug Valley Community College
  30. Three Rivers Community College
  31. Tunxis Community College

How to Apply

  • How to Apply: Complete a Roberta B. Willis application through high school guidance offices and submit a (FAFSA) by February 15.
  • Besides, apply for State: Roberta B. Willis Need-Based Grant Program submits a (FAFSA).  Contact your college’s financial aid office about any institutional filing deadlines.
  • Supporting Documents: None or will be required by the institute in which you will apply for study
  • Entry Requirements: SAT and Act are required
  • Language Requirement: English

Benefits

There are two types of award available as the following:

  • Roberta B. Willis Need-Merit program: Up to $5,250 a year for full-time attendance in a 4-year program of study; up to $4,650 a year for full-time attendance in a 2-year program of study.
  • Roberta B. Willis Need-Based Grant Program: For full-time study in a 2- or 4-year program of study up to $4,500.
  • Selection will be based on- Allowable federal EFC and academic merit.

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