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Troy University International Elite Scholarships


Program Description:  Troy University is a public institution comprised of a network of campuses throughout Alabama and worldwide. International in scope, Troy University provides a variety of educational programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels for a diverse student body in traditional, nontraditional, and emerging electronic formats. Troy University offers a limited number of full and partial scholarships to students with exceptionally high academic achievements.
Host Institution Name:  Troy University
Host City:  Troy
Host State:  Alabama
Areas of Study:
Levels of Study:
Award Types:
Avg. Award Amount:  Varies
Number of Awards:  Varies
Award Coverage:  Tuition, room and board.
Award Duration:  8 semesters
Award Deadline:  March for fall semester; October for spring semester
Award Notification Month:  May for fall start; November for spring start

Eligibility Requirements

Requirements 1:  The Millennium Scholars Award requires a 31 ACT and/or 1380 (CR+MT only) SAT 1, and high school GPA equal to an American 3.7 GPA (4.0 scale). The Chancellor’s Award requires a 27 ACT and/or 1220 (CR+MT only) SAT 1, and high school GPA equal to 3.5.
Requirements 2:  Must carry a full academic load (minimum 12 hours) for each semester.
Requirements 3:  Must be available to assist the International office during various activities.
Requirements 4:  Must be prepared and able to document the ability to sustain the remaining cost associated with studying at Troy University.

Application Information

Contact: Troy University
Peter Lundbye
Center for International Programs
Pace Hall 123
Troy, AL
Troy, AL
Phone #:  +1 (334) 670-3335
Fax #:  +1 (334) 670-3735
  • Listing ID: 23938
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