HonorSociety.org Graduate Student Achiever Scholarship

HonorSociety.org Graduate Student Achiever Scholarship

$2,000 Award.

Deadline: February 7, 2017

 

 

 

 

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HonorSociety.org Graduate Student Achiever Scholarship.

 

 

This scholarship seeks to reward an ambitious graduate student who has performed at a superior rate both academically and holistically.

 

$2,000.

 

 

 

  1. Written summary of your current academic program and achievements to date (academic, professional, personal, honors, awards etc)
  2. Member must complete their HonorSociety.org profile to a percentage of 70% or higher, and upload a headshot to their profile. Percentage completion can be verified on the top left portion of the member's home page.
  3. Up to 500 words describing the relevance of your studies to your life and/or goals.
  4. Your current GPA and a copy of current transcript. (unofficial transcript ok to apply. Recipient will be asked to submit official transcript before scholarship disbursement) 

 

Please note:
Recipients will be notified via email, and posted on HonorSociety.org, within 45 days following the listed application deadline date.

 

 

Based on academic achievement (GPA, honors and awards) and holistic applicant factors (leadership positions, community service, etc). Rubric will be used to score applicants. If there is a tie, winner will be selected at random from tied applicants.

 

February 7, 2017

 

  1. Applicant must be an active HonorSociety.org member.
  2. Member must complete their HonorSociety.org profile to a percentage of 70% or higher, and upload a headshot to their profile. Percentage completion can be verified on the top left portion of the member's home page.
  3. Applicant must be comfortable giving a video and/or written testimonial about their program and the scholarship.