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University of Maine-Ambassador Scholarships

The University of Maine at Presque Isle believes that the presence of Canadian students enriches the educational experiences of all University students.

The University has established the Ambassador Scholarship Program. Ambassador Scholarships, which range between $500 to $1000(US), will be awarded to first-time freshmen Canadian students. The recipients must demonstrate academic potential and have a record of involvement in school or community activities. The first year scholarships will be disbursed over two semesters and applied to tuition, fees, room and board. Recipients are not required to live in the residence halls but must enroll in and complete a minimum of twelve semester hours for two consecutive terms. While the award is exclusively for the first year, in subsequent years recipients will be eligible to compete for scholarships and grants offered by the University to all upperclassmen.

To be considered for a scholarship a student must have applied to and been accepted by the University of Maine at Presque Isle.

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