Ohio University Women's Club Freshman Scholarship
The Ohio University Women's Club Freshman Scholarship is for a female high school senior entering Ohio University as a freshman in the fall. Scholarship applicants must also be from a high school in the Greater Cleveland, Ohio area. This scholarship ranges up to full tuition value. Since 1951, more than 100 such scholarships have been awarded to OU-bound women!
In order to be eligible for this award, you must meet the following criteria:
- Earn an unweighted 3.5 accumulated GPA on a scale of 4.0 for six semesters
- Obtain at least a 25 ACT score and/or SAT score of 1140
- You must also be a female entering Ohio University as a freshman in the fall and be from a high school, technical school, etc. in the Greater Cleveland area.
If you meet the above criteria and are interested in applying for this scholarship, please obtain an application from your guidance office, contact the OUWC Student Relations Chairperson, or download the application from our website.
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