Need-Based Scholarship

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Need-Based Scholarship

A scholarship available to persons with incomes below a certain level. For example, a university may offer scholarships to academically qualified students who make less than $30,000 per year.
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The national non-profit organization provides need-based scholarships to the children and spouses of US servicemen and women.
The Mahindra Group will contribute Rs 300 million (approximately US$5 million), Rs 60 million a year for five years, in support of need-based scholarships for students at UWC Mahindra College.
5 million in need-based scholarships to over 300 students.
Acker Trust and need-based scholarships are available for all workshops and those interested in attending are invited to apply for financial aid.
The scarcity of funds would adversely affect this major component especially the need-based scholarships awarded to the youth belonging to remote areas of Pakistan including Balochistan, FATA, interior Sindh and Southern Punjab
This began a long-lasting relationship that spawned a continued interest in the campus and its students, resulting in this bequest to the university for need-based scholarships.
ISLAMABAD, May 03, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Higher Education Commission has awarded twenty two need-based scholarships to the Quaid-e-Azam University (QAU), Islamabad for the MBA session 2011.
Despite the financial crisis, more than 700 students could follow their education at the American University of Beirut in 2008-2009, thanks to need-based scholarships offered by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), which is an annual AUB donor.
The need-based scholarships will go to Khadine Adams, a junior at Howard University; Greg Cohen, a senior at the University of Georgia Terry College of Business at Athens; Jessica Hussong, a senior at the University of Wisconsin Madison; and Mandy Holden, a senior at California State University at Sacramento.
The public also generally believes that colleges are increasing need-based scholarships as opposed to merit-based scholarships, according to McGough.
Because the scholarships are unrestricted, the university has flexibility to appropriate the amount it needs each year for either merit-based or need-based scholarships on any academic level.
More financial aid, with an emphasis on need-based scholarships, loan repayment plans, and forgiveness in exchange for military service or to underserved groups.