What does it mean to be a Wofford scholar?
Wofford Scholars is the largest merit-based scholarship program at Wofford College. To qualify as a Wofford Scholar nominee, a student should be ranked in the top 10 percent of the class and have achieved a combined score of 1300 (Critical Reading and Math) on the SAT/PSAT or a 28 on the ACT/PLAN.
What does the Bonner scholarship cover?
Up to $250 per first-year Bonner Scholar is available to cover expenses related to meeting the required first-year service trip. An additional $250 is available for each of two people (students or staff members) who attend in a supervisory capacity.
How do you get the Bonner scholarship?
If you are interested in becoming a Bonner, you must apply directly one of our campus partners. Each campus has their own application and selection process. We suggest contacting both the Admissions Office and Bonner Program office at the school(s) you’re interested in applying to for admission.
What is the Bonner program?
The Bonner Program is a nationally-recognized four-year, undergraduate civic-engagement program providing leadership programming, academic support, engagement opportunities, and a social network.
How much is Wofford tuition?
Wofford College is a private institution that was founded in 1854. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 1,772 (fall 2020), its setting is urban, and the campus size is 170 acres. It utilizes a 4-1-4-based academic calendar.
What is the Lawson scholarship Program?
The Louise Catherine Lawson Scholarship Fund is established in honor of Louise Catherine Lawson. The purpose of the Fund is to provide financial assistance for higher education to students who have graduated from Northwestern High School in Maple, Wisconsin.
What is a Bonner leader?
The Bonner Leader program is a four-year service commitment for undergraduate students. Each year, eight students are selected from the freshmen class to participate in this intensive work and scholarship program.
What is a Furman Scholar?
The Furman Scholars program seeks to honor high school juniors who exhibit strong academic potential, demonstrate leadership potential, and show significant involvement in extracurricular activities and community service. High school guidance counselors nominate current juniors to participate in the program.