Wilmington College Quaker Award

$2,500

March 01, 2018

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Quaker Award is available for available to first-time freshmen students entering in the next fall semester and spring semester at Wilmington College. Recipients must be full-time students on the main campus. Scholarships and awards are reviewed annually and renewed for the term of the award providing the student is in academic good standing and maintains eligibility requirements specific to the award. Students must be accepted for admission by the February before the deadline. Students much be active members of Monthly Meetings or a gradate from a Quaker high school. Four students will also be selected for the higher-ranking Quaker Leaders Award.

    Students must submit an essay on "What is the Friends testimony you find most challenging and why?" Essays must be submitted to the Office of Admission at least one week prior to the on-campus interview.

    For more information and to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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  • Scholarship Commitee
  • 1870 Quaker Way
  • Wilmington, OH 45177
  • 937-382-6661

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