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We will be visiting Vassar, Temple, UCONN, Georgetown, just to name a few... I doubt that any HBCU's will be on that list as I can't afford to send her and they have no $ to give. So my thought is.. why bother applying?
I doubt that any HBCU's will be on that list as I can't afford to send her and they have no $ to give. So my thought is.. why bother applying?
The Trustee scholarship is a unique award offered by Hampton University. It provides a four -year scholarship to include: Tuition, Room, Board, and a $500 book stipend. The recipient must have a minimum SAT score of 1400 (combined Math and Critical Reading score only) or minimum ACT composite score of 32.
Hampton University - Admissions
What types of scholarships are available and what criteria do I need to have to receive a scholarship?
The following merit-based scholarships are available for incoming first-year students. There is no certain grade point average or test score needed to qualify for merit-based scholarships; however, selection is competitive and generally the top students in the applicant pool are selected as recipients. Merit-based scholarships are given to approximately 10% of the incoming first-year student class.
• Presidential: Covers full tuition, fees, room and board cost for four years
• Dewitt Dean: Covers full tuition costs for four years
• Academic: Covers half of tuition costs for four years
• Student of Distinction: Provides $5,000 per year for four years
• Bonner Scholars: Based on community service, this is a need-based scholarship and the award is calculated based on financial need.
Spelman College Scholarships for Future Students
SAT=1500 - 1600 ACT = 34 - 36 GPA ≥ 3.75
Tuition, Fees, Room, Board, $950 Book Voucher, & Laptop
Annual Renewal GPA: 3.50LAUREATE (See More Information >>)
National Achievement Finalist Scholars who designate Howard as their First Choice
Tuition, Fees, Room, Board, & $950 Book Voucher
Annual Renewal GPA: 3.30
SAT=1400 - 1490 or ACT = 32 – 33 GPA ≥ 3.50Award:
Tuition, Fees, Room, Board & $500 Book Voucher
Annual Renewal GPA: 3.30
SAT=1300 - 1390 or ACT = 29 - 31
GPA ≥ 3.25Award:
Tuition, Fees, Room
Annual Renewal GPA: 3.0
SAT= 1170 - 1290 or
ACT = 26 - 28
GPA ≥ 3.0 Or Ranked #1 or #2 in class
Award: Tuition & Fees
Annual Renewal GPA: 3.00
Grants, Scholarships & Fellowships - Howard University
Also, just a quick comment on what Ivies want. I was worried because all the Ivies do recommend four years of foreign language. My son had two semesters of Arabic at a local CC and one year of homeschooled ASL. He was super lopsided with lots of college math and physics but weak on foreign language and social science.