Kent State awards full scholarships to about a third of students
Ohio (WOIO) – Kent State University has created a scholarship that will cover full tuition, fees and up to $ 1,200 per year in books that will be awarded to approximately one-third of the school’s students.
The Flashes Go Further scholarship program allows students in the State of Kent to go from first year to senior graduates who score 10,000 or less on the Expected Family Contribution Index, an indicator used by scholars. universities to determine financial aid, according to a press release from the KSU.
The program also includes a $ 2,000 scholarship for all Kent Staters who enroll in a KSU masters program after graduating from the university undergraduate degree.
“For years we have been successful in expanding access and graduation,” said Todd Diacon, president of Kent State University. “In today’s world, with rising costs, access is only half the challenge. With the Flashes Go Further Scholarship Program, we will increase our graduation success even further, ensuring that our students not only enroll, but cross the finish line and graduate.
Kent State awards nearly 10,000 diplomas and certificates to students each year, the statement said. The institution claims to have the highest graduation rate among public universities in northern Ohio.
More information on Kent State Flashs Go Further Scholarship Program, is available here.
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