About the Scholarship
The College Access Program (CAP) is a 3-week-college-program given to first-year high school college-bound students and underrepresented students who have greater economical burden to pursue their academic study. The students must attend college full time and improve their talent in maths, writing, and test-taking strategies. In addition to that, the students must participate in workshops related to scholarships, college admission requirements, financial aid, and cultural activities. The award can be used to cover all academic expenses like tuition fees, books, and living accommodations, and other supplies.
How to Apply for Scholarship?
A student must submit an official high school transcript.
In addition to that, an applicant must provide a letter of recommendation from a teacher or instructor.
Also, an applicant must need to write a personal statement as mentioned by the CAP within 200 to 300 words.
Award Amount and Deadline:
The Organization is awarding $500 to any number of applicants. The award can be renewable.
The Scholarship application is available from November 15th to Aprill 22 of every year.
A student must be a first-generation college-bound student.
A student may be an underrepresented student from a low-income family.
A student must be a high school freshman or sophomore student.
A recipient must have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher.