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scholarship

a. financial aid provided for a scholar because of academic merit
b. the position of a student who gains this financial aid
c. (as modifier): a scholarship student
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To be eligible for the Entering College scholarship, the applicant must reside in Lake, McHenry, Kane, Cook, DuPage, Kendall, or Will County; attend a high school in one of these counties; have a minimum "B" average for the first three years; and plan to attend an accredited college or university.
The d'Oliveira & Associates College Scholarship Essay Contest was designed to give students, pursuing a career in the legal field; an opportunity to acquire a scholarship that would help offset some of the financial pressures of paying for their education.
Romulo "The measure shall democratize access to higher education by providing free first year college scholarship grants to top graduates of public high schools who will enroll in SUCs provided that they meet the admission requirements," Romulo said.
By supporting the SOWF college scholarship, we are able to contribute to the success of bright and deserving individuals like Miss Munoz," said Josh Dorsey, Glock VP.
The firm said that it had made a USD120,000 donation to the CIAA college scholarship fund.
L to R) Runners-up who won $5,000 college scholarships Allison Nohre and Jessica Smith; Rachel Bernard, Hostess of "Stand & Be Heard Anthem Contest" RFD-TV Segment; Tom Davis, Music Producer; Sistrunk and runner-up Katie Wesler.
The Worcester State College Scholarship Tea, established in 1942, raised $12,225 in funds last year.
In addition to the Society's statewide college scholarship program, other local scholarships are also available.
A grand prize winner will receive a $25,000 college scholarship fund while four runners-up will each receive a $2,500 college scholarship fund.
PUTTING THE PIECES TOGETHER: (Above) A computer generated stag strolls through the New York Stock Exchange in Hartford's new commercial; (Below) a grocery store end-aisle display advertising a scholarship contest offered through Kraft products and featuring Hartford's logo; (Left) the "Playbook for Life," a personal guide to financial planning developed by Hartford and geared to college athletes; (Above Left) a DiGiorno pizza, one of the many Kraft products used to promote a college scholarship contest that offers 529 college savings plans administered by Hartford.
Many corporations, such as Burger King and Discover Card, have college scholarship contests that you can enter.
Don't miss a day of fun and fitness and a chance to win a college scholarship.

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