Shasta College Foundation International Scholarship USA, 2023/2024

Shasta College is one of the leading institutions that offers high-quality education in the northern part of the state and is part of the largest community college system in the world. The college has won the highly selective Innovation in Higher Education Award three times for programs that help students earn a certificate or degree, or transfer to college.

Shasta College presents itself not only as a best-in-class, nationally renowned, and successful example of a new community institution but also as a model community college that is committed to involving its resources in learning and student achievement through innovation and providing inclusive access to undergraduate educational programs and learning opportunities.

Scholarship Description:

Host University: Shasta College;
Host Country: USA;
Study Level: Bachelor Student;
Scholarship Type: Partial Funding;
Scholarship Worth: 3,000$;
Eligible Countries: International Students;
Subjects Available: All Subjects;
Application Deadline: April 30th, 2023.

The Foundation International Scholarship is available for international students in all fields to pursue their studies at Shasta College, USA.Scholarship

Scholarship Benefits:

A $3,000 award will be given to the recipient selected by Shasta College for this scholarship

Eligibility Requirements:In order to be academically qualified, candidates are required to schedule their participation at Shasta College in the fall semester and hold an F-1 visa.

Application Process:To be considered for this scholarship, candidates are required to complete and send in a scholarship application form: once they have successfully filled out the application form for admission.

Supporting Documents:

Candidates are required to contribute two (2) recommendation letters, an essay, and the last unofficial transcript.

Admissions Requirements:
Candidates are required to achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.

Admissions Requirements:
Candidates are required to achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.

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