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International Student Housing Grant

$2,000

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  • Scholarship Description
  • International Student Housing Grant provides internationals undergraduate students at Ohio Dominican University with a $2,000/year reduction in the cost of on-campus housing. International undergraduate students are automatically considered for this award during the application process. This award in renewable for each year of undergraduate studies at ODU. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 1216 Sunbury Road
  • Columbus, OH 43219
  • changn@ohiodominican.edu
  • 614-251-4526

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ROSE M. SIMMONS  on 3/22/2020 12:08:15 AM

I am applying for this housing scholarship, Grant, as I am an International person, living in Portland, in Oregon in a homelness facility and would like very much to persue my studie in the field f Law and Justice. I have tried to get Employment and Accommodation since 2014 and is unable to get a reportable Job. I am tired of writing Applications and have not gotten any, or no reply for all my Effort and Sincerity. Now I have to leave the facility of the Homeless and I do not have any Money and I do not have a Home to live. I adore the International Law for Justice and development, as I believe in the World of Free & Justice. Assigned to do the wright's and to gain the excellence of Tomorrow's World is a Safe and Reliable Decision to Join the World To Continue for Satisfaction and Safety. I do trust, my comment is Enough, Appropriate and has met the demand Of Honour

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