Best Scholarships for Honors Students

Tuesday, 07 Dec 2010 10:01 AM

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There are several universities, colleges, educational institutions, community groups, support organizations, and charitable foundations offering scholarships for honors students. These are awarded to bright students who prove a financial need and show interest in further study. Most of these honors scholarship programs are offered to students who have good academic merit and have enrolled in higher studies at a college or university.

Here are some of the best scholarships for honors students:
 
1. Honors student scholarships are offered by Illinois state university that cover partial tution. Charles W. Bolen Senior Professional Honors Student Scholarships are for students intending to pursue senior professional programs. Research Mentorship’s Honors Scholarship Program is for students pursuing research, and M.J. Honors Student Scholarships are awarded to students who propose new ideas and projects aimed at overall social good.
 
2. International student scholarships for honors students offered by East Tennessee state university are similar to the International Students Academic Merit Scholarship for honors students, specially meant for international students. This program offers graduate assistantships and tuition scholarships that offer tuition waivers and assistantships that provide a stipend for bright students. Other honors scholarship programs, public performance scholarships, and ETSU general honors student scholarships are also offered. There are several qualifying criteria that need to be met in order to be eligible for these scholarships.
 
3. Several scholarships for honors students offered by the American Nuclear Society help students complete their post-high school education and help them make successful careers in science and technology. These academic honors scholarships include freshman scholarships, undergraduate scholarships, undergraduate/graduate student honors scholarships, and ANS graduate scholarships. There are stringent qualifying criteria for these scholarships. However, a bright student interested in making a career in science and technology can benefit enormously through these scholarships.
 
4. The Robert C. Byrd scholarship for honors students is given by the Department of Education to bright students in need of financial aid to continue their education. High school graduates who have shown academic achievements and are enrolled in a college or university can apply for these scholarships.

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