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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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Sharing the province wise details of the scholarships, the documents said that the students of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) had been provided 30 overseas scholarships while the number of indigenous scholarships was 14859.
Cowden-Herrick Education Foundation Scholarships -- Amanda Smith and MaKayla Watson $1,000 each.
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 University also provides special scholarship to its enrolled students on scoring 75% and above marks in their latest results as it policy of encouraging talented students.
"We hope these scholarships address America's growing shortage of skilled trade workers," said SMSA Board Chairman Rear Admiral Mike Giorgione, CEC, USN (Ret).
The Schweiger Memorial Scholarship Fund provides annual scholarships through a growing endowment fund, to applicants wishing to pursue educational excellence in construction and construction-related fields.
- From 2006 till now, the City of Mostar has regularly granted scholarships for which KM 3.15 million were allocated from the city budget - Mostar Mayor Ljubo Beslic said.
* Michael Kohuth (Kent State), AFS Southwestern Ohio Scholarship
April 1: (http://www.davisputter.org/apply-for-scholarships/) Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund  - $10,000 - for student activists who want social change
The Korean War Veterans of Webster Scholarship Grant: Kellie Duquette, Justin Smith, Kayla Podell and Evan Anderson.
Relatives of a camp's owners, operators, or employees are not eligible for scholarships, and the person who makes the scholarship selections for a camp may not be a donor or allow a donor to exercise a significant influence in the selection of scholarship recipients.

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