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The Stokes Educational Scholarship Program (formerly known as the Undergraduate Training Program) was proposed and introduced into legislation in 1986. Its purpose is to facilitate the recruitment of individuals, particularly minority high school students, who have demonstrated skills critical to NSA.

Stokes provides a tremendous opportunity to gain valuable experience in your field while attending college and getting a degree. Stokes is open to high school seniors planning on majoring in computer science or computer/electrical engineering.

As an NSA employee with the Stokes Program, you will attend college full-time, receive up to $30,000 per year for tuition and mandatory fees; and work during the summers at NSA for 12 weeks in areas that are related to your course of study. You'll acquire real-world experience and receive a year-round salary. Please note: must maintain a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale after your freshman year, if selected as a program participant, you are required to work in your area of study for NSA after your college graduation for at least one-and-one-half times the length of study. If you leave NSA employment earlier, you must reimburse the government for your tuition.

Application Deadline
Applications are accepted September 1st - November 15th of each year.


  • Tuition and mandatory fees of up to $30,000 per year at the college of your choice
  • Housing and travel entitlements available during summer employment (if the distance between NSA and the school exceeds 75 miles)
  • Year-round salary
  • Guaranteed continued employment with NSA after graduation
  • Receive annual and sick leave and paid federal holidays
  • Health and life insurance
  • Participation in federal retirement plans

Qualifications for High School Students - You must major in computer science or computer/electrical engineering and meet the following requirements:

  • Must be a U.S. citizen
pplications are accepted year-round. Applications for summer employment will be accepted until October 15th. Applications for winter, spring, and fall employment should be sent nine to twelve months before the desired start date. Additionally, high school applicants must be age 18 by April 1st of their senior year to be eligible for employment.

If you are a high school senior planning to enroll in a 4-or 5-year college program, or you are a college freshman or sophomore enrolled in a 4-or 5-year college program, who is looking for career experience in a dynamic environment, apply to the CIA's Undergraduate Scholar Program and contribute to the work of the nation before you graduate.

The Opportunity to Make a Difference
The Undergraduate Scholar Program was developed, in part, to assist minority and disabled students, but application is open to all students who meet the requirements. The program offers unmatched experience. You'll complete work sessions during each summer break, increasing your knowledge and job responsibilities while assisting intelligence professionals and applying your academic skills.

We believe in challenging our Scholars with meaningful work that relates to their college major. An IT major, for example, might be given increasingly complex projects involving sophisticated computer systems. An engineering major might help produce a piece of state-of-the-art equipment. A finance major could be involved in developing and analyzing budgets for a worldwide operation. A foreign language major might be instrumental in translating documents for US policymakers. As a final example, a human resource major could have the opportunity to develop and implement personnel policies and procedures.

Once selected, you will be given an annual salary; a benefits package that includes health insurance, life insurance, and retirement; and up to $18,000 per calendar year for tuition, mandatory fees, books and supplies. You'll be required to work at an Agency facility during summer breaks and to maintain full-time college status during the school year with a minimum cumulative 3.0/4.0 GPA. We will pay the cost of transportation between school and the Washington, DC area each summer and provide a housing allowance.

Because the Scholar Program is an investment in you, accepting an offer means making a career choice. We ask that you agree to continue employment with the Agency after college graduation for a period equal to 1.5 times the length of your college sponsorship.

The Scholar Program is extremely competitive. We ask that all applicants meet the following requirements:

  • US citizenship
  • 18 years of age by April 1 of your senior year
  • 1500 SAT (1000 Math & Critical Reading, 500 Writing) or 21 ACT scores or higher (high school students)
  • 3.0/4.0 scale high school or college GPA or higher
  • Financial need as demonstrated by the household income ceiling up to $70,000 for a family of four, and $80,000 for a family of five or more
  • If the applicant has not been listed as a dependent for the previous tax year, the household income ceiling is $35,000 or less
  • Meet the same employment standards as permanent employees, successfully completing both security and medical processing
  • Available to work in the Washington, DC area during your periods of employment.


The QuestBridge National College Match is designed for high school seniors who have shown outstanding academic ability despite facing economic challenges.

We do not have absolute criteria or cut-offs for GPA, standardized test scores, or income and we take a holistic approach in reviewing applications. When selecting finalists for the National College Match, we try to answer the following questions:

  • "Does this student have the motivation and academic ability to thrive at one of our partner colleges?"
  • "Has this student overcome socio-economic obstacles to achieve academic excellence?"

Eligibility | Selection Criteria | Additional Citizenship Requirements


In order to be eligible to apply for the National College Match in fall 2014, applicants must graduate from high school during or before the spring/summer of 2015 and plan to enroll as a freshman in college in the fall of 2015.

The QuestBridge National College Match is open to all:

  • U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents
  • Students, regardless of citizenship, currently attending high school in the United States

View additional citizenship requirements below.

Selection Criteria

QuestBridge takes all of the following factors into account when evaluating an application for the National College Match:

  • Academic Achievement
  • Financial Qualifications
  • Personal Circumstances

Academic Achievement

We seek students who have demonstrated a level of academic achievement that meets or exceeds the admissions standards of our partner colleges. The academic characteristics below are based on profiles of Finalists from previous years, and are not strict requirements or cut-offs:

Grades and rigor of high school curriculum: Primarily As in the most challenging courses at your high school (usually including Honors, AP, and/or IB level courses, if available.)
Class rank: Top 5-10% of your graduating class.
Standardized test scores: SAT (CR+M) scores above 1250; ACT composite score above 27. We also recommend submitting any AP, IB, or SAT Subject Test scores. Review the standardized testing requirements for each partner college.
We also look for evidence of strong writing ability, intellectual spark, and determination through essays and teacher/counselor recommendations.
Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation


The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation supports over 1,400 college students each year, with annual scholarships of $3.45 million, through two nationally recognized programs.

The Coca-Cola Scholars Program Scholarship is an achievement-based scholarship awarded to graduating high school seniors each year. Students are recognized for their capacity to lead and serve, and their commitment to making a significant impact on their schools and communities. With the 26th class in 2014, the Foundation has provided over 5,400 Coca-Cola Scholars with more than $54 million in educational support. 150 Coca-Cola Scholars are selected each year to receive this $20,000 scholarship.

The National Foundation for Women Legislators is proud to once again partner with the National Rifle Association for the 17th Annual NFWL/NRA Bill of Rights Essay Scholarship Contest.

Every year our two organizations join forces to provide six female high school juniors or senior a $3,000 college scholarship, an all-expense-paid trip to NFWL's 2014 Annual Conference, and an award that will be presented at the event. This year, our Conference will be held in Philadelphia from November 19-22.

For more information email Allison Jensen at allison@womenlegislators.org.


What is it like to be a Morehead-Cain Scholar?

The Morehead-Cain experience is an undergraduate educational opportunity like no other. First, there are the tangibles.

The Morehead-Cain is a four-year merit scholarship to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. It promises:

Support for your life at Carolina

  • full tuition
  • student fees
  • housing
  • meals
  • books and a laptop
  • supplies and miscellaneous
  • Discovery Funds to be used for education opportunities

Support for your life across the world

  • A four-year Summer Enrichment Program made up of diverse, customized experiences that begin the summer before freshman year and include:
  • Outdoor Leadership
  • Public Service
  • Inquiry and Exploration
  • Private Enterprise

But the Morehead-Cain is more than that. It’s also a close-knit community of doers, thinkers, dreamers, and adventurers. In this community you’ll find motivated, smart, funny, interesting peers, as well as accomplished and eager mentors: the Morehead-Cain Alumni.

Yes, our alumni—nearly 3,000 of them—are the secret sauce of the Morehead-Cain.

Their experiences and advice will help you navigate the world beyond campus. It’s the closest you’ll ever get to having a crystal ball.

The MC Network

Through our online alumni directory, scholars are encouraged to reach out for advice on internships, graduate programs, travel, and just about anything else that might come up (within reason).

Our alums have interests as diverse as yours, if you can believe it, and they’re more than happy to help.

Alumni Speaker Series

A lot less formal and a lot more interesting than it sounds. Throughout the semester, we’ll schedule lunches, coffee hours, and the occasional food-free chat with visiting alums. See who dropped by last year.


Each semester, we assemble a group of accomplished alumni to tackle a particular issue: education reform, say, or sustainable design. They’ll gather on campus for two days, holding a discussion panel and office hours with individual students.

Check out last year’s panels and topics. The next Alumni-in-Residence Program is scheduled for November 6–7, 2014, and will focus on renewable and conventional energy.

The Alumni Forum

Every three years, several hundred of our alums return to campus for a long weekend of catching up with one another and meeting scholars.

We’ll hold discussion panels, share meals, offer student and alumni performances—it’s like an intellectual cruise that never leaves shore. The next one will be held October 16–18, 2015, on campus here in Chapel Hill.


Our Mission

The Robertson Scholars Leadership Program invests in young leaders who strive to make transformational contributions to society.


The Robertson Scholars Leadership Program’s investment begins with the selection of a diverse community of students – generally 18 at Duke and 18 at UNC-Chapel Hill each year – who demonstrate extraordinary potential. We provide these young leaders with exceptional benefits and a distinctive set of shared experiences:

  • Four-year scholarship, including undergraduate tuition, mandatory fees, room and board
  • Unique access to the academic and extracurricular offerings at both Duke and UNC-Chapel Hill
  • Three summers of domestic and international experiences
  • Customized leadership and professional development opportunities
  • Extensive community of Robertson Scholars, alumni, and staff

During this journey, Robertson Scholars learn to create change, foster collaboration, turn their passions into action, and have a palpable impact in their communities. The experience of being a Robertson Scholar helps students become thoughtful, creative, lifelong contributors to society — the kind of citizens and leaders prepared to meet the unprecedented challenges of our interdependent world.




Freshmen Scholarships

The following scholarships are available to entering freshmen in engineering:

Davenport Leadership Scholarships have an application process required. Application information will be available on this website by November 1, 2014.

Scholarship offers for these two awards are announced in March via email. A banquet for prospective award winners is hosted on campus in April. This scholarship does not require financial need (as determined by FAFSA). International students may apply for this scholarship.

All remaining freshmen scholarships have no application process. Students will be considered for remaining scholarships based upon admission to the College of Engineering as an entering freshman student in General Engineering. Announcements of these awards will be made by mid April 2015.

Questions may be directed to (540) 231-2226 or engrrecr@vt.edu

National High School Oratorical Contest Scholarship

Scholarships are awarded to the three finalists. First place receives $18,000, second gets $16,000 and third takes $14,000.

Each individual state winner certified into and participating in the first round of the national contest receives a $1,500 scholarship.

Each first-round winner who advances but does not qualify for the finals receives an additional $1,500 scholarship.

Scholarships may be used to attend any college or university in the United States. Funding comes from The American Legion Life Insurance Fund.

In addition to the national organization’s scholarships, hundreds of scholarships are awarded to participants by posts, districts, counties and departments during earlier levels of competition.

Learn more about the Oratorical Contest

For more information:

 The 15th anniversary of the Hispanic Heritage Foundation Youth Awards is here! Are you a rising High School senior of Hispanic descent? Click here or the link below to complete your application and be eligible to receive up to $3,000 for your university studies, and other amazing opportunities. Deadline for all applications is Tuesday, October 1, 2014. 

If you have any questions or concerns please send an email to info@hispanicheritage.org.

 Good luck to all applicants.

The Ron Brown Scholar Program seeks to identify African-American high school seniors who will make significant contributions to society. Applicants must excel academically, exhibit exceptional leadership potential, participate in community service activities and demonstrate financial need. The applicant must be a US citizen or hold a permanent resident visa card. Current college students are not eligible to apply.

Each year, a minimum of ten students will be designated Ron Brown Scholars and will receive $10,000 annually for four years, for a total of $40,000. The recipients may use the renewable scholarships to attend an accredited four-year college or university of their choice within the United States. Ron Brown Scholarships are not limited to any specific field or career objective and may be used to pursue any academic discipline. More than 250 students have been designated as Ron Brown Scholars since the inception of the Program.


Our program is more than a scholarship—it’s an opportunity to change your life! Just ask Deonte Bridges how much the GMS scholarship means to him.

If you are willing to serve as a nominator or recommender for deserving students, you can make a difference in their lives.

The goal of GMS is to promote academic excellence and to provide an opportunity for outstanding minority students with significant financial need to reach their highest potential by:

  • Reducing financial barriers for African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific Islander American and Hispanic American students with high academic and leadership promise who have significant financial need;
  • Increasing the representation of these target groups in the disciplines of computer science, education, engineering, library science, mathematics, public health and the sciences, where these groups are severely underrepresented;
  • Developing a diversified cadre of future leaders for America by facilitating successful completion of bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees; and
  • Providing seamless support from undergraduate through doctoral programs, for students selected as Gates Millennium Scholars entering target disciplines.

The Gates Millennium Scholars Program, established in 1999, was initially funded by a $1 billion grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

The GMS Scholarship Award Provides:

  • Support for the cost of education by covering unmet need and self-help aid;
  • Renewable awards for Gates Millennium Scholars maintaining satisfactory academic progress;
  • Graduate school funding for continuing Gates Millennium Scholars in the areas of computer science, education, engineering, library science, mathematics, public health or science;
Leadership development programs with distinctive personal, academic and professional growth opportunities. 
Princeton University

n order to recognize, support, and encourage the young people of our country who have demonstrated a commitment to advancing the cause of positive race relations, Princeton University sponsors an annual awards program for high school students—the Princeton Prize in Race Relations. Applications postmarked by January 31, 2015, will be eligible for prizes—including cash awards up to $1,000 for particularly noteworthy work.
  • If you are a high school student involved in an activity that is helping to improve race relations in your school or community, we want to hear from you.
  • If you know of a high school student who is helping to improve race relations, please encourage him or her to apply.

The Princeton Prize in Race Relations was created to identify and commend young people who are working to increase understanding and mutual respect among all races. Through this effort, we hope to inspire others to join in these or similar efforts, and to undertake initiatives of their own.

Princeton is strongly committed to advancing the cause of race relations on its campus. Among other efforts, in recent years, Princeton has:

  • Increased the diversity of its faculty, staff, and student body
  • Launched the Center for African American Studies to serve as a model for teaching and research on race in America
  • Adopted the most progressive undergraduate financial aid program in the country
  • Dedicated the Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding
  • Launched a program of "sustained dialogue" on the subject of race relations among students, faculty, and staff.
With the Princeton Prize, the University intends to reach beyond its own campus to recognize the efforts of America's next generation of leaders.


The AXA Achievementsm Community Scholarship program offers $2,000 college scholarships to high school seniors who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in their activities in school, the community or the workplace. The scholarships are sponsored by the AXA Foundation, the philanthropic arm of AXA Advisors, LLC.

The 2014 program will be accepting applications from October 15, 2013 until 10,000 applications are submitted or 11:59 p.m. CST on February 1, 2015, whichever comes first. Your application MUST be one of the first 10,000 submitted electronically by the deadline date.
Apply early!


HSF/Haz La U Scholarship Program

As part of its commitment to the Hispanic Community, Colgate-Palmolive’s scholarship program, “Haz La U” (“Make the U”), aims to provide eligible high school seniors with the opportunity to pursue higher education levels in 2014-2015. Student may apply for one of twenty-one (21) educational grants that will be awarded on a competitive basis for:

  • a one-time $15,000 scholarship award for the top recipient
  • a one-time $2,500 scholarship awards for 20 additional recipients

It starts with good grades. But goes beyond.

A dedicated student. A leader in school. A volunteer worker. A college-bound and community-minded individual. The Buick achievers scholarship program wants to reward students who had succeeded both inside and outside of the classroom-and who may not be able to attend college without financial assistance. It's a reward for what you made of yourself and the difference you are making for others. The Buick achievers scholarship program is offering: up to $25,000 per year to 101st-time freshman or existing college student, renewable up to four years and one additional years for those entering a qualified five year engineering program.


Eligibility Requirements

  • Must be born outside the U.S. or have two parents born outside the U.S.
  • Must be a graduating senior at a high school in D.C., Maryland, or Virginia.
    • If you are a GED student, please download a copy of our application for GED students.
  • Must enroll full-time at an accredited public college or university in the 2015-2016 academic years.

Scholarship Conditions

The Esperanza Education Fund will award scholarships ranging from $5,000 to $20,000, depending on financial need. Scholarships will be disbursed directly to the recipient's educational institution. Failure to comply with the following conditions may result in the suspension or revocation of scholarship awards.

  • Enroll full-time at an accredited public college or university.
  • Remain in good standing and maintain a 2.5 grade point average.
  • Submit yearly progress reports to the Esperanza Education Fund.
  • Participate in mentoring provided by the Esperanza Education Fund.

MG James Ursano Scholarship Program

The MG James Ursano Scholarship Program is a need based scholarship program established to assist children of Army Soldiers in obtaining a 4-year undergraduate degree. Applicants must reapply each year and may receive assistance for up to four academic years as long as they meet the eligibility criteria below.


  • Student must be pursuing their first undergraduate degree and be enrolled full time as an undergraduate student for the entire academic year at a school accredited by the U.S. Department of Education. (Because financial need is already met, students attending service academies are not eligible.)
  • Student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale
  • Student must be a dependent of a Soldier on federal active duty, a retired Soldier, or a deceased active or deceased retired Soldier

To be a dependent, the student must:

  • Be under the age of 23 (Eligibility ends at the end of the semester/term in which the student reaches their 23rd birthday. Example – turning 23 in December would mean the scholarship would be awarded for fall term ONLY.)
  • Be registered in DEERS
  • Remain unmarried for the entire academic year
  • Not be a member of the National Guard, Reserves, or other military branch

SWE Scholarships support women pursuing ABET-accredited baccalaureate or graduate programs in preparation for careers in engineering, engineering technology and computer science in the United States and Mexico. In 2014, SWE disbursed over 200 new and renewed scholarships valued at $550,000.

Applicants complete one application and are considered for all scholarships for which they are eligible. See eligibility requirements, below, under "Of Interest."

2015 Granville P. Meade Scholarship

The Department of Education is pleased to announce the Granville P. Meade Scholarship which provides financial assistance to students who have achieved academically, but who are financially unable to attend college.  The Granville P. Meade fund awards scholarships to eligible Virginia high school seniors to attend one of Virginia's public or private colleges or universities.  

Public and nonpublic high schools are requested to assist in making students aware of the scholarship opportunity.  It is anticipated that the scholarship will be awarded in the amount of $2,000 per year for four years, provided the student continues to meet the scholarship requirements. The deadline for Washington-Lee students to submit scholarship application to Mr. Hill in room 1030, is March 14, 2015 by 3:30 pm. Application


Law in Society Competition

The entry deadline is February 13, 2015 at 4 p.m.

Electronic submissions are preferred. Please do not duplicate your entries by e-mailing and sending hard copies.

2015 Entry Information

Electronic submissions are preferred. Please submit the entry form electronically to lawinsociety@vsb.org by clicking the SUBMIT button at the bottom of the entry form page (entrants must have Adobe Acrobat X version 10.1.8, Acrobat XI v.11.0.04 or Adobe Reader XI v. 11.0.04), then attach your essay to the email. Entry forms and essays may also be mailed or faxed. Do not duplicate your entries by e-mailing and sending hard copies.

1.      Open the Entry Form (PDF) and complete. Click the red SUBMIT button at the bottom. The email should be automatically generated. You should also use SAVE AS to save the PDF to your computer for future reference.

2.      2. Attach the entry form and essay to your email. Essays in Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) or PDF documents are preferred.

3.      3. VERY IMPORTANT: Your name and school name should appear only on your entry form and e-mail. Do not include names on page headers or footers. The title should be the heading for the document.

4. Electronic submissions are preferred. Please do not duplicate your entries by e-mailing and sending hard copies. If you are unable to e-mail your entry, please submit via mail or fax for delivery by the deadline date of Thursday, February 13, 2015.

The ProofreadingServices.com High School and University Writing Scholarships

We are pleased you are interested in applying for a ProofreadingServices.com Writing Scholarship. We created this program to reward America's most talented student writers at the high school and university levels.

·         This year, we will award six scholarships ranging from $100 to $500. Three scholarships will be awarded to high school seniors and three will be awarded to university students (graduate students and undergraduate students are judged in the same category).

·         To qualify, you must be enrolled in a US university or high school, you must meet our GPA minimum of 3.2, and you must write an essay responding to the prompt below and submit it online by June 1, 2015.

·         The winners of this year's writing scholarships will be announced on July 1, 2015, and their entries will be posted on our blog for thousands of writers to read. 


We’re Awarding $20,000 Scholarships to 20 Student Athletes

The Foot Locker Scholar Athletes program honors student athletes who demonstrate excellence in school, on their sports teams, and in their communities. Whether you’re the fastest on the team or the most supportive player, we want to hear how sports helped you grow into a strong leader at school and in your community.


Scholarship grants range from $1,000 to $50,000, and are intended to help students offset the cost of attending college or post-secondary vocational/technical school. Recipients are selected based on their grade point average, work experience, extracurricular activities and/or community service.

 Scholarships are funded directly by the BURGER KING McLAMORESM Foundation and are made possible thanks to our generous donors, including BK® employees, franchisees, vendors and guests. Our largest annual fundraiser is the Fall Fundraiser in-restaurant promotion. Every dollar raised through this campaign is used to fund scholarships. Each year we inch closer to our goal of granting one $1,000 scholarship for every BK® restaurant in North America.



Welcome to the GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program online application, sponsored by The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and GE. This program acknowledges and rewards America’s foremost young leaders who demonstrate the leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship exhibited by President Reagan throughout his life. Like President Reagan, candidates use the formative experiences of their youth to lead, serve, and pursue a life of purpose and significance, both individually and for their communities. Each year, roughly 20 Scholars will receive a $10,000 scholarship that is renewable and may be used over a period of six (6) consecutive years from the initial award date for a total award of $40,000.

Scholarship Management Services, a division of Scholarship America, is administering this program.

Who is eligible?

GE-Reagan Foundation Scholars candidates must:

  • demonstrate at school, at the workplace, and within the community the attributes of leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship;
  • demonstrate strong academic performance (minimum 3.0 grade point average/4.0 scale or equivalent);
  • demonstrate financial need as determined by Scholarship Management Services;
  • be citizens of the United States of America;
  • be high school seniors attending high school in the United States, or any of the U.S. territories and commonwealths and graduating in winter 2014 or spring 2015.  Applicants living on a U.S. Armed Forces base and attending high school outside the U.S. are eligible.  Home-schooled students who are graduating in winter 2014 or spring 2015 are also eligible.
  • plan to enroll in a full-time undergraduate course of study toward a bachelor’s degree at an accredited four-year college or university in the United States for the entire 2015-2016 academic year.

In addition to those not meeting these criteria, the following individuals and members of their immediate families are ineligible for this award: employees and members of the Board of Trustees of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation; employees and docents of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) who administer the Ronald Reagan Library; members of the GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program advisory committee; employees, commercial customers of and suppliers to the General Electric Company; employees of Scholarship America; and employees of any affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising and promotion agency. If the program reaches 25,000 applications before 11:59 PM CST on the deadline date of January 8, 2015, it will automatically close.

 2015 Legal Scholarship Offered by Console & Hollawell

Legal Scholarship 2015

- Prize: $1,000 -

All applicants must be currently pursuing a law related degree or be accepted into a legal program, must currently hold or anticipate a high school diploma or GED within the 2014-2015 school year, and currently hold a 3.0 or higher GPA.

  • What’s a law related degree?
    Pre-law, Paralegal Studies, Legal Assisting, Juris Doctor
  • Who can apply?
    High school seniors and anyone currently pursuing or accepted into a legal program.
  • Application Deadline: July 15, 2015
    All application materials must be emailed no later than the deadline date. Materials received later will be rejected, resulting in disqualification.
  • Winner will be chosen by: August 15, 2015
    Non-winners will not be notified.
  • http://www.consoleandhollawell.com/law-scholarship-2015/



New Scholarship Season Starts 12:01 AM, March 15, 2015, For Class of 2014; For Scholarship Renewal Candidates, Submit Application Beginning 12:01 AM on May 15, 2015.

If you are a member of the W-L Class of 2015 and have accepted admission to a college or university, you may submit your application for a W-L Foundation Scholarship [...]



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