The Harper College Distinguished Trustee Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship of 60 credit hours of full in-district tuition, fees and a $500 book stipend per semester. The scholarship is awarded up to 40 students who are in their current academic year graduates from high schools within the Community College District #512, which includes High School Districts 211, 214 and 220.
Review details and application.
The Luce Scholarship is a full ride tuition, fees, room & board, books, transportation and paid summer research opportunity. It is a two-year scholarship specific for rising female juniors for their 3rd and 4th year here at Dominican, or for junior-level transfer students.
Scholarship criteria include:
In addition to the scholarships listed above, more than 170 scholarships are available on AcademicWorks. Students must submit a new application each academic year. Harper awarded more than 400 students over $700,000 to help with tuition and/or books. Scholarships take 15 minutes to apply. Most applications close Monday, April 24.
A nomination is required. Students nominated for All-USA Academic Team are automatically members of the All-State Academic Team.
Basic Qualification(s): The purpose is to recognize outstanding two-year college students.
To qualify students must hold a 3.5/4.0 GPA and have at least 48 credit hours. There are more specifications on ptk.org.
Application: Fall Common Application opens on October
Deadline: Deadline to be considered as a possible nominee is November
In addition to the scholarships offered through ptk.org there are a number of transfer scholarships to specific institutions only available to students in Phi Theta Kappa. Many of these are automatic scholarships while others are competitive.
The Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Award - $1,500 per year. To be eligible for the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Award, a student must be transferring from a two-year college having earned a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA and must show proof of membership in the PTK Honors Society by uploading a copy of their membership certificate to their transfer admission application.
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship competition scholarship was established through the efforts of Phi Theta Kappa members to recognize outstanding academic and leadership achievements among students seeking to transfer to Boston University. Scholarship recipient will receive a renewable $20,000 scholarship award from Boston University. Nominees must be prepared to enter their program of admission as juniors and have a minimum of 60 transferable credits.
Nominee forms are now available and may be submitted online. The submission deadline for the application and all supporting credentials is March 1. For more information on how to apply, interested students may visit our website. If you have any questions about the scholarship competition, please contact Jonathan Aleshire, Associate Director of Admissions, at 617-353-4698.