Scholarships for 2015 High School graduates

 
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Theatre Scholarship

 

Amount:
Varies

Requirements for initial consideration and renewal:

 

  1. Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA
  2. Interview required with appropriate Theatre faculty 
  3. Participation in major theater productions and enrollment each semester in theater classes

 

Renewal Requirements:

 

  1. Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA
  2. Minimum of 12 credit hours earned each semester for full -time awards, minimum of 6 credit hours earned each semester for part-time awards

 

Notes:

Tonia C Burnette Memorial Endowment

 

Amount:
Varies

Requirements for initial consideration and renewal:

 

  1. Pursuing a degree in the arts, including, but not limited to, performing, musical, or visual disciplines.
  2. Preference will be given to students within these areas; however, if no such student exists in a given year, preference will be given to students of the Arts and Sciences.
  3. Based on academic excellence, achievement potential, and desire to promote the arts through their chosen field of study, as illustrated through a written essay.
  4. Minimum GPA 2.5

 

Renewal Requirements:

Notes:

Volleyball Scholarship

 

Amount:
Varies

Requirements for initial consideration and renewal:

  1. Full-time student with a minimum 2.5 GPA
  2. Interview / skills review with head coach of sport
  3. Participate in all team activities for the entire academic year
  4. Meet all NJCAA eligibility requirements.

 

Renewal Requirements:

  1. Maintain 3.0 GPA each semester with at least 12 credit hours earned each semester
  2. Meet all NJCAA eligibility requirements .

Notes:

Wind River Tribes Educational Endowment Fund Scholarship

 

Amount:
Varies

Requirements for initial consideration and renewal:

 

  1. Must be a full-time student (minimum of 12 credits) enrolled in an associate degree program
  2. Have a cumulative high school or college GPA of at least 2.5/A=4.0
  3. Be willing to devote 10 hours per semester in a community service activity of own choice and approved by the CWC Native American Scholarship Committee
  4. Can demonstrate an association with or other relationship to either the Shoshone or Arapaho Tribe
  5. Must agree in writing to repay the scholarship if a degree is not attained within three years or if the student is not able to meet standards of progress which are outlined below. If standards of progress are not met or if the community service activity is not accomplished by the end of the semester, the student will be placed on probation for the subsequent semester and the bonus shall be withheld pending correction of the deficiency during the probationary period. No interest will be charged, should the student be liable for repayment.

 

Renewal Requirements:

 

  1. Must maintain a minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA
  2. Must have successfully fulfilled the community service requirement during the previous semester
  3. At the discretion of CWC Native American Scholarship Committee, students failing to meet renewal requirements may be placed on probation for one semester, in which case, scholarship aid shall pay for tuition only.

 

Notes:

Wyoming National Merit Semi-Finalist Scholarship

 

Amount:
On campus: Full-ride - (tuition/fees, books/supplies, room/board)

Requirements for initial consideration and renewal:

  1. Awarded to all Wyoming National Merit Semi-Finalists

Renewal Requirements:

  1. Two year award if student maintains a minimum 3.5 GPA each semester with at least 12 hours earned each semester

Notes:

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