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Scholarship

A reduction in tuition for an educational institution or program. Scholarships may be awarded for any number of reasons, including financial hardship, academic or professional achievement, or athletic ability. Students must often fulfill certain criteria both to be awarded a scholarship and to maintain it. For example, a student awarded an academic scholarship may be required to keep a high GPA.
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Lake Land College Presidential Scholarship -- Ashley Bartels Luke Senteney, Royce Thompson, and Makayla Watson -- Full Tuition.
The Dickerson Virtual Endowment Scholarship in Meteorology
Allehedan Endowed Scholarship and Scientific Research Fund offers scholarships based on merit and financial need for Arab students interested in studying in the fields of basic science such as mathematics, engineering, physics, chemistry, biology, energy and petroleum, water and environment, economics, and development.
The scholarships could also be availed during the on-going admissions that will continue till March 15.
The Seabee Memorial Scholarship Association is the nation's only provider of need-based scholarships for the children and grandchildren of individuals who have served with America's fighting Seabees and the Civil Engineer Corps (CEC).
The Minister has also directed the Federal Scholarship Board to henceforth register all the scholarship schemes being provided by both public and private individuals or organizations in Nigeria.
The council offers a four-year scholarship that provides engineering students at Oregon State University, University of Oregon or Portland State University with $2,500 each year.
* Terra Chambers--Joseph & Ann Pfost Memorial Scholarship
About 480 students applied for the scholarships, of which 65 were selected, in four categories: students from faculties in high demand, students who received scholarships based on achieved results, students who received scholarships based on family standards and difficult living conditions and scholarships for students being successful athletes.
* Juan Andrade (Western Michigan), Paul Carey Memorial Scholarship
April 1: (http://www.davisputter.org/apply-for-scholarships/) Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund  - $10,000 - for student activists who want social change

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