Announcing the Perseverance Scholarship
Argosy University, Online Programs, in conjunction with The Education Foundation, is proud to announce the Perseverance Scholarship.
Exclusively available to fully online undergraduate and graduate students, the Perseverance Scholarship will provide three scholarships in the amount of $1000, $750 and $500 to qualified recipients.
This scholarship was created to support active Argosy University students who have experienced a period in their lives where they had to live by their definition of perseverance. Whether their definition includes personal loss, financial hardship or overcoming other obstacles, Argosy University students will be asked to answer the question: “What is your definition of perseverance, and how has it affected you as a student here at Argosy University?”
Recipients will be chosen by Argosy University’s Scholarship Committee with approval from The Education Foundation. Recipients will be chosen from complete applications submitted by eligible students based on the following criteria:
Status - Applicants must be currently enrolled at Argosy University in a fully online program and must be in an active status.
Academic performance/potential - Students must have a minimum of 12 credits successfully completed at Argosy University and 2.5 cumulative grade point average for undergraduate students or a 3.0 cumulative grade point average for graduate students
Personal Essay (minimum of 500 words) - “What is your definition of perseverance and how has it affected you as a student at Argosy University?”
How to Apply
download the application here and submit your completed applications via fax at 412-992-5928 or via email at email@example.com. The application deadline is July 12, 2013.
Please feel free to contact the Argosy University Scholarship Committee with any questions you may have at AUOscholarshipcommittee@argosy.edu.
Note: This is a one time, non-renewable scholarship. The award is given in the form of a tuition credit and is not redeemable for cash stipends.