FSU Freshmen Scholarship

$9,600

December 01, 2020

Awards Available: See Description

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Office of Admissions automatically considers accepted freshmen for academic merit-based scholarships. A separate application is not required. Scholarships are awarded based on academic merit (combination of grades and test scores). The Freshmen Scholarship is awarded based on high school grades and test scores. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • A2500 University Center
  • Florida State University
  • Tallahassee, FL 32306-2400
  • admsofficer@admin.fsu.edu

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jaclyn f  on 9/15/2020 9:50:40 AM

i applies for this scholarship because FSU has been a school ive been thinking about going to for awhile now, college is very expensive and i want to help out my parents anyway i can :-)

Pablo H  on 6/11/2019 12:56:49 AM

I don't know how I'm gonna afford college. :(

Armando N  on 12/3/2018 6:10:49 PM

Good evening, My name is Armando Nunez, and I am looking forward to attending FSU. FSU has been in my radar for a while now. I am first generation college student. I was raised by a single Mom who worked very hard to provide me with what I needed. She was not able to attend college, but managed to get certified and became a medical coder. I would be honored if you choose me as one of the receivers of this amazing opportunity. thank you in advance, Armando Nunez

SANIYAH M  on 11/26/2018 3:39:12 PM

Good evening, My name is Saniyah K Mathis and I will be a first generation college student once accepted. I am originally from New Jersey and moved t Florida in 2007. Florida State was the first school that caught my interest when I entered junior high. Everything about the school caught my eye especially when I did the tour back in May. From the moment I stepped on the campus I knew this was where I wanted to call home for four years. The tour helped me realize that FSU is a family and where I can further my education to reach ultimate success.

Rodney B  on 9/14/2018 12:22:32 PM

To whom it may concern, I applied for this scholarship because this school is one of the few on my list to attend. If I attend FSU I will lead by example to my siblings and be the first in the family to graduate and excel after college

Eddy S  on 9/12/2018 5:54:44 PM

AWSOME!

jonae s  on 6/27/2012 11:47:00 AM

To whom it may concern, I applied for this scholarship because this school is one of few on my list at i wish to attend. If i were to attend fsu i would major in criminology and work to the best of my abilities to reach success.

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