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Washington University in St Louis Scholarships

One Brookings Drive Tuition In/Out-State: $42,500 / $42,500 Total Fall Enrollment: 13,820
Saint Louis , MO 63130-4899 Books and Supplies: $1,110 Applicants Admitted: 17%
(314) 935-5000 On-campus Room and Board: $13,580 Receiving Aid of Some Type: 58%
http://www.wustl.edu Undergraduate Application Fee: $75 Receiving Institutional Aid: 47% , $26,085 on average
Source: National Center for Education Statistics

Enterprise Holdings Scholars Program

Scholarship Description
The Enterprise Holdings Scholars Program was established at Washington University thanks to a generous donation from Enterprise Holdings. The Enterprise Scholars Program makes it possible for a minimum of 30 to 40 deserving students each year to have an exceptional educational experience at Washington University. Each year, some of the Enterprise scholarships are awarded to students selected on criteria established for the University's John B. Ervin Scholars Program. The Ervin Scholars Program, named in memory of the University's first African-American dean, administers scholarships to exceptional students based on academic merit, leadership, and commitment to community service. The program, which is open to all qualified applicants, regardless of race, is also intended to help expand the diversity of the University's student body. The remaining Enterprise scholarships support talented students who require financial assistance to attend Washington University. In addition, approximately 10 percent of the Enterprise Holdings scholarships each year are reserved for high school graduates and community college transfer students from the St. Louis area.
Amount
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Number of Awards
30-40
Renewable
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Renewal Criteria
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Award Criteria Requirements:

Financial need
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GPA
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SAT
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ACT
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Class Standing
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State
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Other
Students do not need to apply separately for the Enterprise Holdings Scholars Program, but they do need to apply for undergraduate admission to Washington University. If applicable, they need to apply to the John B. Ervin Scholars Program as well. Students who will require financial assistance should note that on the admission application and will receive information on how to apply for financial assistance and academic scholarships.
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