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Merit-Based Scholarships Programs 2021, Furman University, USA


Deadline:

December 31, 2020

Disciplines:

Any


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Merit-Based Scholarships Programs

James B. Duke Scholarships

Duke Scholarships are Furman’s most prestigious academic awards, given each year to incoming students in recognition of their exceptional academic accomplishments as well as significant leadership, service and co-curricular involvement. These awards go to our most outstanding applicants–typically the top one or two percent of our applicant pool. Select students will be invited in early February to attend a Scholarship Interview Event, which will take place in March.

  • Full tuition, renewable for four years
  • A stipend of up to $2,000 for a Furman, faculty-led Study Away experience
  • A stipend of up to $3,000 for a summer internship or research experience
  • Participation in the Riley Institute’s Advantage Scholars, a four-day residential program for incoming freshmen to discuss real-world issues and build community
  • Membership in Furman’s Community of Scholars, which provides faculty mentors, as well as social, cultural, and intellectual programing throughout the year

John D. Hollingsworth Scholarships

Hollingsworth Scholarships are awarded to select incoming students from South Carolina who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and a strong commitment to their communities. Students will be considered for Hollingsworth Scholarships based on their admission application. There is no interview required to be selected for these scholarships.

  • $35,000 per year, renewable for four years
  • A stipend of up to $2,000 for a Furman, faculty-led Study Away experience
  • A stipend of up to $3,000 for a summer internship or research experience
  • Participation in Public Leadership Seminars which connect students with government and civic leaders
  • Participation in the Riley Institute’s Advantage Scholars, a four-day residential program for incoming freshmen to discuss real-world issues and build community

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November 01, 2020




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