The University of Kentucky offers Scholarships for Undergraduate Students, Kentucky, 2012
Scholarship Program: William C. Parker Diversity Scholarship Program
Type of Award: Scholarship
Nationality: The scholarships are available for U.S. Citizen
Employer: The University of Kentucky
Level of Study: Scholarships are provided to Undergraduate students
Subject(s): Scholarships available for all the subjects offered by University
Duration: Awards are available for 1 year
Number of Awards: Number of awards are not specified
Am I Eligible? (1) Applicants must be planning to enroll at the Lexington campus as first-time freshmen in the fall semester of 2013
(2) Applicants must submit a high school transcript with a minimum unweighted cumulative GPA of 2.50
What does it cover? Awards will be made based on the applicant’s ranking within the competitive pool, with values ranging from $5,000 to the cost of in-state tuition, room, and meals
How do I Apply? You can apply Electronically or by Post.
Scholarship Description: The University of Kentucky has a mission and commitment to aggressively recruit and retain students from all segments of society, including African American, American Indian, Asian or Pacific Islander, Hispanic, and Alaskan Native students. Factors which are considered in the holistic evaluation of William C. Parker scholarship applications include test scores, grades, an essay, leadership experience, extracurricular activities, awards and recognition, community service, and contribution to diversity.
Application closing date: Deadline for application and materials 15 January, 2013