Simmons Excellence Award 2024, USA

The outstanding Simmons Scholarship provides full tuition. Room and board expenses include an additional $3,000 for further undergraduate education, such as study abroad. and research support This is four years of full-time undergraduate study.

Print: bachelor’s degree

Applications closed: December 1, 2024

Award amount and duration:

  • This scholarship is awarded for four years of full-time undergraduate study. and replaces the previously awarded scholarships.
  • The Kotzen Scholarship provides full tuition. Room and board expenses, including $3,000 for study abroad. Research support and more

Eligible countries: all countries

feature: If you wish to be considered for this scholarship, you must meet the following criteria:

  • Apply for the fall semester as a freshman.
  • Submit standardized test scores with the admissions application. For those choosing the test score option, an ACT of 28 or higher and an SAT of 1300 or higher is recommended (not required).
  • Have an unweighted GPA of 3.5 or higher on your high school transcript.
  • It has a history of honors degrees, International Baccalaureate (IB) and professional development courses.
  • Your previous knowledge of advanced math courses in college should already be taught.
  • Knowing English is important for non-native speakers.
  • Community Involvement: Applicants must demonstrate a history of active involvement in their community through volunteer work. leadership role or other forms
  • Passion for the field: Applicants must demonstrate passion for their chosen field of study.

How to use: press “Apply for this scholarship.” below

Required documents:

  • Short answer (no more than 250 words): How will you use your $3,000 annual prize money? (For study abroad, short-term study, summer internship and/or research support)
  • formal essay (no more than 500 words): Some claim that leaders are born, not made. While some defend the opposite opinion, that is, leaders are “created”. Write an essay in which you defend one or another opinion.
    • Use concrete examples of leaders. Either from history or from your own experience to support your argument.
  • Academic transcript
  • Reference letter


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