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UASCS – Fred R. Strutz Family Memorial Scholarship

UASCS - Fred R. Strutz Family Memorial Scholarship

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Graduated Students

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About This Scholarship

The UASCS – Fred R. Strutz Family Memorial Scholarship refers to a scholarship program offered by the Utica Academy of Science Charter School (UASCS) in Utica, New York. This scholarship is named in honor of the late Fred R. Strutz, a dedicated community member and advocate for education.

The specific details of the scholarship, such as eligibility criteria, application process, and award amount, may vary from year to year. To obtain the most accurate and up-to-date information about the UASCS – Fred R. Strutz Family Memorial Scholarship, it would be best to reach out directly to the Utica Academy of Science Charter School or visit their official website for the latest scholarship information.

Eligibility Criteria For UASCS – Fred R. Strutz Family Memorial Scholarship

However, here are some general eligibility criteria that may apply to memorial scholarships:

  • Academic achievement: Many memorial scholarships consider academic performance, such as GPA, class rank, or standardized test scores. Some scholarships may have minimum GPA requirements or specific academic benchmarks.
  • Field of study or program: Certain memorial scholarships may be specific to particular fields of study or programs, such as STEM, humanities, arts, or social sciences.
  • Personal characteristics: Memorial scholarships may target specific groups or individuals based on personal characteristics, such as gender, ethnicity, nationality, or disability.
  • Community involvement or service: Some memorial scholarships prioritize applicants who have demonstrated active involvement in their communities or engaged in volunteer work that aligns with the values of the individual being honored.
  • Essay or personal statement: Many memorial scholarships require applicants to submit an essay or personal statement reflecting on the significance of the memorial and how it aligns with their own goals, values, or experiences.
  • Letters of recommendation: Scholarships often request one or more letters of recommendation from teachers, mentors, or community leaders who can speak to the applicant’s character, achievements, or potential.

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