The Rogue Community College is delighted to offer College Zenlists Independent Thinkers Scholarships for the high-calibre applicants in the US. The bursaries are open to US citizens or permanent residents enrolled in or planning to enrol in an accredited college or university full-time in 2019.
The purpose of this application is to support the students to continue to overcome disadvantage and maintain their achievements.
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Rogue Community College is it offers an outstanding academic environment dedicated to the pursuit of excellence within the collegiate university The College believes that this egalitarianism fosters a productive intellectual environment where Senior and Junior Members can form meaningful relationships to the betterment of their research.
• Application Deadline: Closed
• Course Level: The studentships are available to pursue an undergraduate degree program.
• Study Subject: The studentships are awarded to study all the subjects offered by the university.
• Award: financial aid positions will be awarded worth up to $1,500.
• Number of Awards: Not known.
• Nationality: The studentships are available to US citizens or permanent residents.
• The award can be taken in the USA
- Eligible Countries: The studentships are available to US citizens or permanent residents.
- Entrance Requirements: Applicant must meet the following criteria: Open to US citizens or permanent residents enrolled in or planning to enrol in an accredited college or university full-time in 2018.
- There is no minimum GPA requirement, but it is mandatory to include your cumulative GPA and declared major in our application form. The basis for awarding the support will be the passion and originality of the applicant, as represented by their video sample. Verification of enrollment will be required. Individuals are only eligible for one award.
How to Apply: To apply, create and submit a short video on the following topic:
Talk about an accomplishment that you are most proud of the past few years.
Here are some ideas to get you started
1. Did you set goals for this?
2. What were the challenges?
3. How did you solve it?
4. What did you learn from it?