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Miriam Croft Moeller Citizenship Award

Miriam Croft Moeller Citizenship Award

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High School Students

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About This Scholarship

Students may receive financial aid in the form of the Miriam Croft Moeller Citizenship Award to support their continued education.  The criteria for the Miriam Croft Moeller Citizenship Award include academic excellence, diversity and inclusiveness, athletic prowess, and financial necessity.  The qualifications for the Miriam Croft Moeller Citizenship Award typically mirror the goals and ideals of the program. The applicant must be enrolled full-time in undergraduate studies at a two- or four-year institution that has earned accreditation in the field. The candidate must meet minimum requirements for college admission; they do not have to be academically outstanding or maintain a particular grade point average.

Eligibility Criteria For Miriam Croft Moeller Citizenship Award

Here are some common eligibility factors that are often considered:

  • Academic Achievement: Most academic scholarships require applicants to have a strong academic record. This typically includes a high GPA or equivalent academic achievements in previous studies, such as high school or college grades.
  • Field of Study: Scholarships may be specific to certain fields of study or disciplines. Ensure that your field of study aligns with the scholarship’s focus area, if applicable.
  • Enrollment or Acceptance in a Program: Scholarships may require applicants to be enrolled in or accepted into a recognized academic program at an accredited institution. This could be at the high school, undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral level.
  • Standardized Test Scores: Some scholarships may consider standardized test scores such as the SAT or ACT for undergraduate scholarships, or the GRE or GMAT for graduate-level scholarships.
  • Letters of Recommendation: Scholarships often require applicants to submit letters of recommendation from teachers, professors, or professionals who can speak to their academic abilities, character, and potential.
  • Extracurricular Activities and Leadership: Some scholarships consider involvement in extracurricular activities, leadership positions, community service, or other notable achievements outside of academics.
  • Financial Need: Certain scholarships consider financial need as an eligibility criterion, particularly if they aim to support students from disadvantaged backgrounds or underrepresented groups. In such cases, you may need to demonstrate your financial need through documentation such as income statements or financial aid forms.

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