Norwich University is looking for students that are motivated, driven, and excited by the idea of new challenges. Eligible students may apply for the $2,000 Take the Lead Scholarship.
To qualify, students must:
- Complete the online application (it’s free!)
- Send in supplemental materials (i.e transcripts, etc.)
- Complete the FAFSA and list Norwich as one of their schools
Just by coming for a campus visit, students earn an additional $1,000 scholarship to Norwich. This scholarship is renewable for their 4 years at Norwich. Visits must be scheduled through the Admissions office.
In addition to daily individual visits, Norwich also offers larger weekend visit opportunities! Seniors have the chance to stay overnight in the dorms or barracks. These events also qualify seniors for the $1,000 scholarship. The next event is scheduled for Saturday, November 9th.
Students interested in learning more about Seton Hall University are invited to check out these helpful resources listed below:
- With information on its highly ranked academics, personal support, service projects and more, we answer the important question: Why Seton Hall?
- Experience Seton Hall from the comfort of your home by watching our online video tour.
- Explore the digital viewbook to learn more about academic programs, internship opportunities, campus traditions, student life and more! From amazing internships to making a difference in the community, great things happen every day at Seton Hall. See what student leaders have to say.
- Did you know that 98% of Seton Hall’s students receive grants and scholarships directly from the school? Learn how you can, too!
Interested students are encouraged to experience Seton Hall in person. Information sessions and campus tours are offered Monday–Friday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. and noon. Also, make sure to save the date for one of the upcoming Open Houses on October 27 or November 24. Click here to learn more and register.
The University of Delaware Honors Program allows students not only to dig deeper into their studies and form close relationships with faculty in small classes. It also gives students the opportunity to form a close-knit community with other ambitions and bright students, inspiring one another in the first year, honors living-learning community.
How to apply
The application process for the UD Honors Program has changed. The honors essay is no longer part of The Common Application or the Coalition application. Students interested in the Honors Program should first complete their application to UD, then sign in to their student portal, My Blue Hen Home. (They will be emailed sign-in information after their UD application is complete.) On their student portal, they will notice a link directing them to the honors application. The application now includes two short-answer essay questions.
The priority deadline to apply to the UD Honors Program is January 15. Applications received after January 15 will be considered as space is available. Visit the honors admission website for more information, including sample prompts for the honors essay. Students can also register for a special honors visit on campus here.
For students taking dual enrollment courses, links that can help students decide how their classes will transfer are as follows:
Nationally: This site represents each college/university that responded to the UCONN survey – it does not include all colleges and universities