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How Presidential Scholars are chosen?

How Presidential Scholars are chosen?

Students are nominated through their Chief State School Officer (CSSO). Each CSSO can nominate up to five candidates who meet the U.S. Presidential Scholars candidacy requirements. Candidacy materials are mailed to the selected students, and they are invited to apply to the program.

Do Presidential Scholars get money?

It’s national awards season for high school seniors. This year’s crop of approximately 7,500 National Merit Scholars is being notified of their awards, each of which carries a $2,500 scholarship. Each winner will receive a Presidential Scholar Medallion at a June 23 reception sponsored by the White House.

What ACT score is needed for presidential scholarship?

Presidential Scholars Program Award RequirementsHigh School GPATest Score3.45CT: 31uCT: 32uCT: 33uCT: 34

What ACT score is needed for a full ride?

What is the Minimum ACT Score for Scholarships?ACT Score RangeScholarship Examples by ACT Score21 to 25Jackie Robinson Scholarship26 to 30Chicago Roofing Contractors Association (CRCA) Scholarship31 to 36Craig and Galen Brown Foundation Scholarship. Also many universities use this range to award full ride scholarships2

Does tops pay full tuition?

While TOPS is fully funded for the 2018-19 academic year, award amounts are no longer tied to tuition and/or tuition increases. The amount of funding available for TOPS is contingent upon annual appropriations by the state Legislature. TOPS Performance award recipients receive an additional $200 stipend per semester.