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National Merit Finalist-Scholarships from Georgetown?

sat908sat908 Posts: 400Registered User Member
edited March 2005 in Georgetown University
hey, if you are named a national merit finalist, and you name georgetown as your first choice school(providing you are accepted), does georgetown give you any sort of schoalrship...i know state schools give a ridiculous amount (such as USF), but i'm not sure how georgetown works...anybody know?
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Replies to: National Merit Finalist-Scholarships from Georgetown?

  • sportulasportula Posts: 107Registered User Junior Member
    I'm pretty sure they don't give out any money for National Merit Scholarships.
  • sat908sat908 Posts: 400Registered User Member
    thats kinda dissapointing...
  • untie_the_cowsuntie_the_cows Posts: 71Registered User Junior Member
    You should be able to find this info on their website. If they participate in the national merit scholarship program, then they probably give some money. I think the fancier, more selective schools like G-town usually give something really small, like maybe $2500/year (thats what Columbia gives)
  • manderz1manderz1 Posts: 662Registered User Member
    I don't think they give anything
  • HoyaMomHoyaMom Posts: 109. Junior Member
    We were told at the accepted students reception that Georgetown does not give "merit scholarships" because most kids who go there would get a full ride anywhere else. It's probably true. My S turned down literally dozens of them to go to G'town. I guess the thinking is if they can fill the class with that caliber of students without offering $ why not save it for the economically disadvantaged kids who couldn't attend without the scholarships.
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