National Louis University D214 Scholarship

Award Amount
$41,500
Awards Available
2
Deadline
March 1, 2018
  • Scholarship Description
  • In preparation for the inaugural Harrison Pathways Program class at the Wheeling, IL campus, National Louis University is pleased to offer two full tuition scholarships to District 214 students. The Harrison Pathways Program is designed to be a flexible and affordable program that can lead to any of NLU's undergraduate degrees including Applied Communication, Business Administration, Human Services, Criminal Justice, Psychology, and Early Childhood, Elementary or Special Education.

    The scholarship covers full-tuition and fees, renewable for four (4) years. For full details and to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

    Scholarship Requirements:
    -Open to students graduating from one of the 6 Illinois Township District 214 High Schools
    -Have 15 or fewer transfer credit hours
    -Have a 2.0 or higher high school GPA OR 19 or higher composite ACT score OR 1150 or higher composite SAT
    -FAFSA completion required

    An essay is required. Your essay should address the question: "What would the D214 National Louis Scholarship mean to you and/or your family?" or "How do you currently make a difference in your community or plan to after receiving your NLU degree?"
  • Contact
  • Pauline DeGrazia
  • 1000 Capitol Drive
  • Wheeling, IL 60090
  • pauline.degrazia@nl.edu
  • 847-947-5223

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