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William Woods University Amy Shelton McNutt Scholarship

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Amy Shelton McNutt Scholarship is a full-tuition scholarship awarded annually to one incoming freshman. This student is chosen who exemplifies high standards of scholarship, leadership, and dedication to the service of others. An ACT of 31 or SAT of 1360 and a cumulative weighted or un-weighted 3.75 GPA is required to apply.

    Additionally, essay and resume applicants will be expected to participate in a phone interview. Successful completion of the LEAD program and a WWU minimum GPA of 3.2 are required for renewal. One award will be given annually in the amount of 75% of tuition, room and board. This award increases annually as tuition increases.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • William Woods U-Office of Enrollment Services
  • One University Ave.
  • Fulton, MO 65251-1098
  • admissions@williamwoods.edu
  • tel: 800-995-3159
  • fax: 573-592-1146

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