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Toledo, OH 43606
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Meet Christina Camick!
“I truly feel that being a Presidential Scholar is like being a VIP at the University of Toledo.”
“Traveling to Italy with the Honors College was definitely a great experience that I will never forget. After completing a semester-long course and learning about the history of the Roman Empire, it was very rewarding to experience modern day Italy firsthand. I had the opportunity to explore Rome, Vatican City, Florence, and my favorite, Venice. It was amazing to be immersed in a rich culture with breathtaking artwork and architecture, delicious food, and world-leading fashion. “
“The Presidential Scholarship has primarily affected the financial aspect of my college experience. Thanks to the scholarship, I do not have to take out loans, nor am I pressured to find a job in order to pay for school and an apartment. The stipend included with the scholarship allowed me to travel to Italy with minimal expenses. Without it, I probably would have missed a great experience. It may be in my head, but I truly feel that being a Presidential Scholar is like being a VIP at the University of Toledo. I believe more faculty members are familiar with me, especially within the Honors College, which has taken very good care of me. The scholarship office also holds special events just for the Presidential Scholars several times a year, including dinner with President Jacobs himself.”
Meet Presidential Scholarship Recipients!
Name: Rachel Beeson
“This summer, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to conduct research under Dr. Patricia Relue concerning renewable bioproducts. My first co-op has been a great learning experience and has helped shape me into a multifaceted student.”
“In contrast to my small hometown with little cultural variety, UT is rich in diversity. UT has developed me into an enlightened student with respect for all forms of diversity. I have broadened my horizons and view life through a new perspective.”
“The presidential scholarship has been a huge blessing. Many students have to work a part-time job, in addition to undertaking a full course load, just in order to afford a higher education. Receiving this honor has also allowed me to focus completely on my education and in doing so, excel in my coursework. I am beyond grateful to the University for the support I have received personally, academically, and financially.”
Name: Nicole Carr
“Marching in the Rocket Marching Band has been my favorite experience at UT.”
“Throughout my first year at the University of Toledo, one faculty member has taken the time to make a significant impact on me, Dr. Robert Steven. As a student working in his research lab, Dr. Steven has instilled in me determination, dedication, and self-discipline. Also, he pushes me to achieve success and has taught me how to effectively react to setbacks.”“The Presidential Scholarship has affected my college experience by giving me the peace of mind to know that I will graduate without the burden of a substantial student loan. Also, the support of the staff involved in the scholarship program has given me the security to know that they will always be there to help me, and that they have my best interest at heart.”
Name: Dan Israel
Full tuition and general fees (up to 16 credit hours), room and board, and a one-time, $3,000 stipend for a summer experience
• 3.8 H.S. GPA
• 30 ACT/1340 SAT
• High School graduating class of 2013
You need to submit the required materials noted (extracurricular resume, personal essay, and list of references) in addition to a completed application for undergraduate admission postmarked by Dec. 1, 2012. The twelve students selected for an interview must be available to interview on Tuesday, February 12, 2013.
- Annual review for renewal will be at the end of each spring term, unless placed on a term by term review.
- Scholarship Appeal is required if the student has less than a 3.0 cumulative GPA and/or earns less than 30 credit hours during the annual assessment period.
- One appeal is allowed over the award period of 8 consecutive semesters if the cumulative GPA is a 2.3 or higher and/or earned hours are 22 or greater. No appeal is allowed for a cumulative GPA less than 2.3 and earned hours less than 22.
- If the appeal is approved, the following grid reflects the permanent award adjustment.
|100% Renewed||75% Renewed||50% Renewed|
|No Appeal Required||Appeal Required||Appeal Required|
|Cumulative GPA Minimum||3.0||2.7||2.3|
|Minimum Annually Earned Credit Hours||30||26||22|