Thursday, 12 December 2013
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"Do what you can, where you are, with what you have." Teddy Roosevelt
It is surprising in life that where people have most opportunities and resources is the place where people are asleep. When they wake up, they begin complaining for lack of this and that. People will need to learn hard lesson to use what is in their hands and in the place where they are and in all the ability they have. Everybody has an immense potential, and if we would really invest in that, we would not shock the world, but also ourselves. Wherever you are, with whatever you have, you can shock the world around . However when you include God, you've unlimited potential! Have a nice day!
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The Andrews Partnership Scholarship reflects
the university’s desire to recognize academic
achievement as well as assist students in
achieving a degree in a Seventh-day Adventist
Christian environment.ANDREWS PARTNERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP
Merit-based. Andrews Partnership Scholarship is available to
undergraduates including Canadian and international students. The
Undergraduate Admissions Office will determine the scholarship
amounts for incoming freshmen and transfer students. To establish the
scholarship amount, the Undergraduate Admissions Office will determine
a rating based on the following guidelines:
• Confirmed U.S. SAT or ACT scores
• Confirmed U.S. cumulative GPA
(following the conclusion of the seventh semester for academy
or high school)
Contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office for further details.
Andrews Partnership Scholarship award amounts are as follows:
Scholarship 4-Year Total
$1,000 $ 4,000
Transfer Students (transferring 25 or more semester credits) to
Andrews University who are full-time undergraduates and in their
first degree program may be eligible for an Andrews Partnership
Scholarship. Based on their college GPA, the Undergraduate
Admissions Office will grant an Andrews Partnership Scholarship
according to the following:
GPA Scholarship Amount
3.50 and higher $4,000
3.00 to 3.49 $3,000
2.50 to 2.99 $1,500
Below 2.50 -0-
Named Scholarships. Endowments and other restricted scholarship
funds from alumni and friends of the university provide specially
named scholarships as part of the Andrews Partnership
Scholarship. Selected students are awarded, by their school, a
named scholarship based on academic performance, declared
major, and career goals. The named, endowed scholarship
becomes part of the Andrews Partnership Scholarship.
Student Missionary/Taskforce Volunteer Scholarship. This
scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate student who has
served as a Student Missionary or Taskforce Volunteer and enrolls
full time at Andrews University the year following the year of
service. The $1,000 scholarship is a one-year award divided over
two semesters. It is not transferable to any other school nor any
other student. Approval for this scholarship is given by the
Director of the Student Missionary/Taskforce Volunteer Program
in the Campus Ministries Office. This scholarship is not part of
the Andrews Partnership Scholarship.
Included and Excluded Funds. Funding for Andrews Partnership
Scholarships may include Andrews University grants, named
scholarships, departmental scholarships, and the DeHaan Work
Excellence Award, as well as the value of spouse free tuition.
Funds not included in the Andrews Partnership Scholarship are
Summer Ministries, Student Missionary, General Conference
Missionary Matching, Undergraduate Research grants, employerprovided
scholarship or assistance, music performance, and non-
Andrews outside resources.
Continuing Eligibility. To retain the Andrews Partnership
Scholarship each student must meet all of the following:
• The university’s Satisfactory Academic Progress policy
• Complete a four-year degree in nine semesters or get
permission for an extension from the appropriate school dean
• Be a full-time (minimum 12 credit hours) undergraduate
completing his/her first degree on the Berrien Springs campus
• Be a full-time (minimum 12 credit hours) student on the Andrews
University main campus. Twelve AU/HSI credits or 12 ELI
credits do not qualify as full-time eligibility for the Andrews
National Merit Finalist Scholarship. Andrews University
rewards National Merit Finalists with an Andrews Partnership
Scholarship that covers 100% tuition for four years for incoming
freshmen. To confirm receipt of the scholarship, submit appropriate
records to the Undergraduate Admissions Office.
1. All gift aid received by the awardee, including a university
scholarship or grant, cannot exceed the cost of full tuition for
up to 16 credits per semester, plus book charges of up to $500
per semester, plus General Fees. When total gift aid is more
than the costs mentioned above, the university scholarship or
grant is reduced until gift aid equals the costs. All gift aid is
added in the following order: external scholarships, merit aid,
and then need-based aid. Should the external scholarships and
merit-aid portions exceed the tuition, books and fees limit,
boarding students may include the minimum costs of room and
board in the calculation.
Gift aid, for the purpose of this policy, is defined as
a. Any Andrews funds such as, but not limited to Andrews Gift,
named scholarships, or honors scholarships.
b. Any external aid received by the student for the purpose of
school-related expenses such as, but not limited to, State
grants, Federal grants, private scholarship grants, or denominational
2. No cash amount is paid directly to the student, nor may any
funds be transferred to any other student’s account.
3. The length of Andrews Partnership Scholarship is nine (9)
semesters. Continuing students under the scholarship plan prior
to 2002 may choose to enroll during summer sessions, but
regardless of the amount of credits taken, those sessions count
as one of the nine eligible semesters.
4. Students who withdraw from school for one semester due to illness
or death in the family may petition for one additional
semester on their scholarship. Students who choose to serve in
the Student Missionary program or enroll in the Adventist
Colleges Abroad program also may petition for a one-year
extension. Petitions should be addressed to the Vice President
for Enrollment Management.
5. All President’s Scholarships may be renewed yearly if students
join the Society of Andrews Scholars.
Follow this link: http://www.andrews.edu/academics/bulletin/2004-2005/financia...
Wednesday, 11 December 2013
22:28 No comments
"Ask it shall be given to you, search and you shall find; knock and the door will be opened for you." Jesus
To get a scholarship for further studies is not like expecting your daily meal or like getting a sleep. You need to follow Jesus' principles: ASK-SEARCH-KNOCK =GIVEN-FIND-OPEN. The first equation is marked by taking a direct initiative to ask to relevant sources (professionals), then search to relevant sources (websites) and finally knock (apply consistently without giving up). In essence scholarships are not for the poor these days, but are for the most resilient. I remember a certain person who wrote 500 hundred letters of applications. Some responses took about 2 years to come! But finally he got his scholarship and went to study in USA. He is currently a professor at University of Botswana. The second equation is all about recognizing a scholarship that matters according to your career aspirations. Do not take anything for the sake of anything! You are not an 'anything person.' Last but not least, scholarship always occur to people who are already in the system. You could be already a student or a particular worker in a certain organisation, or you could be having a strong network of friends. So try the opportunity today!
Tuesday, 10 December 2013
22:18 1 comment
- At Humber, you receive more than just an education - you gain applied training, hands-on skills and real world experience in your area of study. Learning from accomplished faculty ensures that you get the expert knowledge you will need to succeed in your career. You'll also enrich your educational experience by forging friendships, exploring new cultures and discovering a new and exciting life in Canada.
- recipients shall receive full scholarship which is approximately $12,800 CAD.
What do I do next?
- An applicant must first choose the degree program of his/her interest and apply for admission to the University.
For Lots more information and NEXT STEPS - click below
or copy and pasted this link into your browser
Know that we will continue to look for great opportunities for you.
Please let us know if there are other ways that we could serve you.Samuel
22:07 No comments
It is impossible to fight racial injustice; It is impossible to forgive especially your cruelest enemies; it is impossible to be a president; it is impossible to design a new software; it is impossible to have a website; it is impossible to build a floating house; it is impossible to have more than one PhD; it is impossible to survive in the den of lions; it is impossible to resurrect to life; it is impossible and it is impossible UNTIL IT IS DONE! This assertion was among of the core values of the late Tata Madiba. He was deeply suspicious on the word--IMPOSSIBLE! Today we are witnessing he was right! I know today you are surrounded with all odds and impossibilities. But if you've faith in Living God, your impossibilities have become sets of possibilities. So move on to the new ground!
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