Louisiana TOPS N1 Performance Award

  • Website Address
  • http://www.osfa.la.gov/TOPS_P.htm
  • Contact
  • Jolie Adams
  • Address
  • PO Box 91202
  • Email Address
  • custserv@osfa.state.la.us
  • Application Deadline
  • July 1, 2016
  • Number Of Awards
  • See Description
  • Maximum Amount
  • See Description
  • Scholarship Description
  • The TOPS Performance Award pays for tuition and certain fees at any of the Louisiana Public Colleges and Universities plus an annual stipend of $400. If a student attends a college within the Louisiana Association of Independent Colleges and Universities, the award amount will be the weighted average tuition of public-degree granting schools plus the annual stipend of $400.

    Standard Eligibility Requirements
    - Minimum high school GPA of 3.00 (GPA computed on core courses only)
    - 19 core units
    - Minimum ACT score (or SAT equivalent) of 23
    - Must enroll full time as a first time freshman, by the first semester following the first anniversary of high school graduation
    - Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
    - Meet TOPS Louisiana Residency requirements
    - BESE-Approved Home Study Eligibility: ACT/SAT Score of 24 (1 point above standard in lieu of core units and GPA)
    - Louisiana Residents graduating from an eligible out-of-state high school: ACT/SAT Score 26 (3 points above standard in lieu of core units and GPA)

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