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CITe Minor Student Tuition Scholarship

CITe Minor Student Tuition Scholarship

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Undergraduate Students

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About This Scholarship

To honour current information systems minors who exhibit academic distinction, the CITe Minor Student Tuition Scholarship was created. It is renewable and given to students at any level (junior or senior). The applicant must be a current undergraduate student enrolled full-time, have a minimum 3.0 GPA, and have a minor in information systems. The grantee must continue to minor in information systems, maintain a grade point average of at least 3.0, and continue to enrol in classes full-time in order to be eligible for this prize.

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Eligibility Criteria For CITe Minor Student Tuition Scholarship

Here are some general factors that might be considered:

  • Academic Achievement: Many student tutor scholarships prioritize applicants who have demonstrated strong academic performance. This can include having a high grade point average (GPA) or achieving excellent grades in specific subjects or areas of expertise.
  • Tutoring Experience: Scholarships for student tutors often require applicants to have experience in tutoring or mentoring other students. This can include working as a tutor at a school, participating in peer tutoring programs, or providing private tutoring services.
  • Leadership and Extracurricular Involvement: Scholarship programs may value applicants who have demonstrated leadership skills or active involvement in extracurricular activities. This can include serving as a mentor or tutor in community organizations, taking on leadership roles in school clubs or organizations, or participating in volunteer activities related to education or tutoring.
  • Personal Statement/Essay: Scholarships for student tutors often require applicants to submit a personal statement or essay. This allows applicants to articulate their motivation for tutoring, their teaching philosophy, and how they have positively impacted the students they have tutored.
  • Recommendations: Strong letters of recommendation from teachers, mentors, or individuals who can speak to your tutoring abilities and impact can support your scholarship application. These letters should highlight your tutoring skills, commitment to education, and positive influence on students.

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