For Your Information…
Iona College is proud of its history of offering an Honors programs to academically talented students.
The program is designed to meet the educational needs of the most highly motivated students through a challenging curriculum. The course of study is designed to develop intellectual curiosity, analytic abilities, and awareness of ethical and civic responsibilities.
Honors Scholarships: Honors Program candidates may qualify for either Presidential Scholarships (full tuition) or Dean’s Scholarships ($28,000).
Click here to learn about the Iona College Honors Program, including how to apply.
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Spring Break is around the corner, but that is no excuse to slow down your search for scholarship money. Below is the link to the updated list.
During the summer you, more like your parents, will start buying supplies for your college dorm and it’s expensive. Do your part today by take the time to apply for scholarships. Trust me, your parent/guardian will be happy that you are doing your part to contribute to your college education.
Good luck! 🙂
Here is the latest Scholarship Bulletin. If your plans include college, please review and apply accordingly.
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It is that time of year again! College applications and acceptance letters are flowing, but what about cash for college? Huh? Yes, you heard me… 🙂
For most of you, your parents or guardian wasn’t born independently wealthy, which basically means, you NEED to read through the attached list and get busy writing essays and applying.
By the way, intelligence to me isn’t just being book-smart or having a college degree; it’s trusting your gut instincts, being intuitive, thinking outside the box, and sometimes just realizing that things need to change and being smart enough to change it.
New scholarships are steadily coming in, please check out the latest updated bulletin.
If you need money for college, you should be applying for scholarships that are listed on the bulletin. To stay on track, set a weekly goal to complete applications.
You can access applications at the following link:
Although most of you are probably busy with holiday plans, I urge you to read the scholarship bulletin.
Seniors… At the blink of an eye, you’ll be taking the last walk to receive your high school diploma. If your plans included post secondary (college or trade school), you need to step up your game to find money to pay for school.
Juniors… it is never too early to begin applying for scholarships. Many scholarships are open to underclassmen, so please don’t assume that you have to wait until you are a senior to apply. This is not the case.
To read the bulletin, click on the link below.
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Below is the latest Scholarship Bulletin. If you need money to continue your education, you must take time to check the bulletin. Unless your parent(s) are independently wealthy and have promised you incredible amounts of money, you should read the bulletin each time a new one is posted. College expenses are greater than you realize. You can do your part now by trying to win as many scholarships as possible. Your parent(s) will be grateful.
Read through the bulletin. Determine which scholarships you may qualify for, then speak to your guidance counselor. Take note of the deadlines and please do not procrastinate. If you are applying for more than one scholarship, set a realistic goal of one or two applications each week.