The applications for the Presidential LEEP Scholarship at Clark University have opened. Interested candidates can apply until 1st February 2020.
Clark University has several different merits- and financial-based scholarships. The University will prioritize those admitted students who have excelled in secondary school and whose academic achievement and personal qualities indicate they will perform at the highest level.
- Clark University launched LEEP (Liberal Education and Effective Practice), a pioneering model of education that combines a robust liberal arts experience with authentic engagement in the world and workplace, in 2012.
- The University then introduced the Presidential LEEP Scholars Program.
- Presidential LEEP Scholars are relentlessly curious, have an appetite for learning, and are eager to make their marks in the world.
- Additionally, they are driven to develop new ideas, to grapple with issues of importance, and to engage with others on shared goals.
- Also, presidential LEEP Scholars persevere through setbacks, draw constructive ideas from diverse sources, and find creative solutions to daunting problems.
About the presidential LEEP scholarship
- The scholarship is awarded to approximately five students each year
- It covers full tuition, on-campus room, and board for all four years, regardless of a family’s financial need
- Additionally, it requires two additional scholarship essays due Feb. 1 for all applicants. Regular Decision applicants have until Feb. 1. EA/ED applicants who submit scholarship applications after Dec. 1 but before Feb. 1 will receive notification of their scholarship status in March.
- Furthermore, to maintain the scholarship, a student must meet year-to-year continuation requirements.
- Students must showcase great academic record and leadership potential placing them at the very top of Clark’s applicant pool.
- Also, they should demonstrate a strong desire to pursue a demanding academic schedule as well as collaborate with peers and professors
- Moreover, they must also meet an ambitious career and life goals and join a community of scholars with a commitment to global change.
About Clark university
Clark University is a private research university in Worcester, Massachusetts. Founded in 1887 with a large endowment from its namesake Jonas Gilman Clark, a prominent businessman, Clark was one of the first modern research universities in the United States. Originally an all-graduate institution, Clark’s first undergraduates entered in 1902 and women were first enrolled in 1942. Furthermore, the university now offers 46 majors, minors, and concentrations in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and engineering. Also, it allows students to design specialized majors and engage in pre-professional programs.
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