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Rutgers First-Year Student Awards

$29,000

December 01, 2020

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Rutgers First-Year Student Awards range in amount from $3,500–$29,000 per year. No separate application is required, and scholarships are renewable provided the student maintains full-time enrollment status and meets the minimum academic criteria set for each scholarship. Merit-based awards are based on the academic strength of individual applicants, the overall competitiveness of our applicant pool, and available funding. Cumulative grade-point average, final course grades, the strength of an applicant’s academic program, and SAT or ACT scores are considered. We only consider SAT and ACT scores from exams taken before January 1 of the student’s senior year. For more information, or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider’s website.
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