Levine Scholars Program

$155,000

November 08, 2018

Awards Available: 20

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Levine Scholars Program is UNC Charlotte's most prestigious merit scholarship program that was established by benefactors Sandra and Leon Levine. Levine Scholarships are awarded to extraordinary high school seniors based on scholarship, ethical leadership, and civic engagement.

    The Levine Scholarships carry a high honor, one that bestows tremendous opportunities and assumes high expectations of its recipients - as students, as leaders within the university, and as citizens of the greater global community. No matter what their interests, scholars find campus and community partners eager to embrace their contributions and enhance their education through hands-on experiences. To complement classroom learning, Levine Scholars participate in rich and varied opportunities in the vibrant commercial and cultural center of Charlotte. After four years of study, Scholars graduate fully prepared for a life of learning, service, and leadership in their chosen field.

    Nomination: Students must be nominated online by their school counselor or college advisor at their current high school. There are no limitations to the number of students who can be nominated from each high school. Homeschooled students can be nominated by a professor or teacher who is not related to the student.

    Eligibility:
    -Students must be applicants for freshman enrollment at UNC Charlotte in a baccalaureate program for the fall term immediately following their high school graduation. Students must be admitted to UNC Charlotte to receive a scholarship
    -Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents
    -Students must demonstrate a commitment to community service, hold an academic record that reflects a sustained passion for knowledge, and possess a capacity for ethical leadership that elevates fellow students to a higher standard
    -Students must excel academically.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Yolanda Coleman
  • 9201 University City Blvd.
  • Charlotte, NC 28223
  • levinescholars@uncc.edu
  • tel: 704-687-7288
  • fax: 704-687-1454

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