Catholic High School Award
Any freshman applicant that graduated from a Catholic high school will be awarded a $2,000 scholarship at the time of admission to the University of the Incarnate Word. This award is renewable for up to four years as long as a minimum GPA of 3.0 is maintained.
Sponsor: University of the Incarnate Word
Applicants for this award must meet the following criteria:
|Host Countries||United States|
|Field Of Study List||Biology/Life Sciences, Business/Management, Communications, Computer & Information Systems, Cultural Studies, Education, Engineering, English Literature, Fashion, Health Professions, Marketing, Mathematics, Psychology, Nursing, Finance, Economics, Accounting and Digital Arts & Design|
Host Institution: University of the Incarnate Word
This award is linked to a specific institution.
One of the leading comprehensive universities in Texas, the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio strives to educate student who will become concerned and enlightened citizens with values developed in a Judeo-Christian tradition.
UIW has an enrollment over 8,000 students and a student-to-faculty classroom ratio of 14:1, making it the largest Catholic university in Texas and the fourth-largest private university in the state. UIW offers nearly 90 undergraduate and graduate fields of study, including the Ph.D. in Education and doctoral degrees in pharmacy (Pharm.D.) and optometry (OD). UIW has agreements for reciprocal education with 140+ universities in 40 countries. It also operates academic sites in Mexico City, Mexico, Irapuato, Mexico, Heidelberg, Germany and Strasbourg, France.
Additional information about this award.
|Number of Awards||unlimited|
|Includes||Applied toward tuition|
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