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International Elite Scholarships
Troy University, Alabama, US

Scholarship / Financial aid: a limited number of full and partial scholarships

Date: four years

Deadline: October 1st, 2012

Open to: international students

Announcement follows

Troy University offers a limited number of full and partial scholarships to international students with exceptionally high academic achievements. These scholarships are only available to first year undergraduate (freshman) students entering Troy University with the intent to obtain at least a four year bachelor’s degree. Students must fulfill all regular undergraduate requirements as well as one of the two elite requirements listed below:

The Millennium Scholar's Award (full scholarship: tuition, room and board): Requirements are 31 ACT and/or 1380* SAT 1 and high school Grade Point Average (GPA) equal to an American 3.7 GPA (4.0 scale).

The Chancellor's Award (full tuition): Requirements are 27 ACT and/or 1220* SAT 1 and high school Grade Point Average (GPA) equal to an American 3.5 GPA (4.0 scale).

Both scholarships may be renewed every year that the student attends Troy University and completes the following requirements: Students must maintain full-time status and accumulate a minimum GPA of 3.3 (The Millennium Scholar’s) or 3.0 (The Chancellor’s Award).

* Calculation of SAT score: Current SAT test format consist of three separate tests each worth 800 points. Troy University will only calculate the score obtained on part 1 (critical reading) and part 2 (math). Your score from part 3 (writing) is not calculated towards the requirements listed above. The requirements must therefore be reached from maximum obtainable of 1600 points, where a minimum of 430 points must be obtained from part 1 (critical reading). If you have taken a test multiple times, you can use the best result from either to “stag” the highest result.

Troy University’s institutional code for ACT is 0048 and the SAT / ETS is 1738.

Financial Obligations: Students awarded either of the scholarships must be prepared and able to document the ability to sustain the remaining cost associated with studying at Troy University. For The Millennium Scholar's Award the remaining I-20 amount is about $2,000 per year. For The Chancellor's Award the remaining I-20 amount is approximately $8,000 per year. Additional fund for personal expenditures are additional.

Application procedures: If you qualify for one of the Elite scholarships you will in addition to the general admission guidelines need to submit the following documents to the International Recruitment Office: Completed International Student Scholarship Application Form, a scan of your test scores (note that official test scores must be submitted as listed above); also submit a one-page (maximum length) written essay about what you would like to experience and/or accomplish while studying at Troy University; finally, submit your current resume/cv. Incomplete applications will not be considered. E-mail application to:

Deadline: All supporting documents must be with the University by April 1st for fall semester considerations and October 1st for spring semester for consideration.


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