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Westgate Byrd Army
Reserve Air Force
Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship
Academic Advising Scholarships (Top)
The Office of Academic Advising maintains a list of scholarship opportunities for returning undergraduate and graduate students.
Visit Academic Advising's scholarship website for more information.
The Hodson Trust Scholarship (Top)
Charles R. Westgate Scholarship in Engineering (Top)
on the basis of academic and personal achievement, leadership,
and contribution, these scholarships are awarded to fewer than 20 freshmen yearly through the
Hodson Trust. The scholarships are automatically renewed each
year, provided the recipient maintains a 3.0 grade point average. For continuing students, the amount of the scholarship will stay constant throughout the student's four-year undergraduate program.
All Freshman applicants for admission will be considered for the Hodson Trust Scholarship. A separate application is not required. Notification of selection will be made at the time of admission.
Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) (Top)
Johns Hopkins University is pleased to announce the Charles R. Westgate Scholarship in Engineering. These scholarships were made possible through a gift from Kwok-Leung Li, a graduate of the Electrical Engineering Department. Mr. Li achieved great success as an entrepreneur in the communications and network industries. The scholarships are named in honor of Professor Westgate who has dedicated his career to the education of undergraduate students. He has been widely recognized for his excellence in teaching and his interest in helping students in independent research and guided study.
These merit-based scholarships provide full tuition per year and a stipend toward living expenses for four years of undergraduate study in engineering. Students in any engineering major may be considered for the scholarships. Up to two scholarships are available for entering students each year.
To be considered for this award, students must:
1. Apply for freshman admissions to Johns Hopkins University by January 1, and indicate your interest in majoring in Engineering.
2. Present an outstanding high school record and achievements in other areas including leadership, success in science fairs, and evidence of independent research.
A scholarship committee will choose among the qualified applicants; no formal application is needed. Notification of selection will be made at the time of admission. The Westgate Scholarship may be renewed annually for a total of four years of undergraduate study based on:
1. Continued enrollment in the G.W.C. Whiting School of Engineering
2. Maintenance of a 3.0 GPA or better
Air Force ROTC Scholarships (ROTC) (Top)
Two-, three-, and four-year renewable tuition scholarships, often with book allowances and monthly living stipends, are available through an on-campus Army ROTC program. Military service as a commissioned officer is required upon graduation. For more information, contact your local Army or Air Force recruiting officer, high school counselor, the Department of Military Science at Johns Hopkins 1-800-JHU-ROTC.
The Air Force
offers competitive and non-competitive scholarships available
to Johns Hopkins University students who join the Air Force Reserve
Officer Training Corps (AFROTC). Each scholarship pays up to $15,000
toward tuition, $510 for books, and a monthly non-taxable stipend
ranging between $300-$400. Contact (301) 314-3242 and check out
www.afrotc.umd.edu or www.afrotc.com
for additional information.
A. Gilman International Scholarship for
Undergraduate Study Abroad(Top)
A. Gilman International Scholarship for Undergraduate Study Abroad
Online Application Available - Click on website below for Fall and Spring application deadlines
under the International Academic Opportunity Act of 2000 this
congressionally-funded program is sponsored by the U.S. Department
of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and administered
by the Institute of International Education. The Gilman Scholarship
Program broadens the student population that studies abroad by
supporting undergraduates who have been traditionally underrepresented
in US study abroad and those with high financial need. The program
aims to encourage students to choose nontraditional study abroad
destinations, especially those outside of Western Europe and Australia,
and aims to support students who have been traditionally underrepresented
in study abroad. This includes but is not limited to, students
with high financial need, community college students, students
in underrepresented fields such as the sciences and engineering,
students with diverse ethnic backgrounds, students with disabilities,
and students of nontraditional age. The program seeks to assist
students from a diverse range and type of two-year and four-year
public and private institutions from all 50 states.
Scholarship provides awards of up to $5,000 for U.S. citizen undergraduate
students at two- and four-year institutions to pursue country-based
undergraduate opportunities abroad of up to one academic year.
To be eligible students must be receiving a Federal Pell Grant
at the time of application and cannot be studying abroad in a
country currently under a U.S. Department of State Travel Warning
or in Cuba. For more information, full eligibility criteria and
the online application please access the Gilman Program website
or contact the Gilman office directly:
Gilman International Scholarship Program
Institute of International Education - Houston
520 Post Oak Blvd., Ste. 740
Houston, TX 77027
Toll Free: 888 887-5939
Phone: 713 621 6300
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