The University of South Alabama has one of the most comprehensive scholarship programs in Alabama, and is proud to offer a number of scholarship opportunities for international students. As many of these are competitive awards, to ensure consideration students are encouraged to apply for admission prior to the April 1st priority deadline date.
Dr Richard and Angela Carter Global USA Endowed funding for International Students
- 1 April 2020
University of South Alabama
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he Global USA Scholars award is a competitive, merit-based scholarship, awarded to a limited number of well-qualified international students each year. This scholarship is renewable for up to four years, or until a first bachelor's degree is earned, whichever comes first.
To ensure consideration for this opportunity, students must be fully admitted to the University by April 1st. Qualified students are automatically considered upon admission,and no additional scholarship application is required.
- Be an international freshman on an F-visa;
- Be a degree-seeking student;
- Have a minimum ACT of 28 (or SAT converted);
- Have a minimum high school GPA of 3.5.
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The applicant is eligible to receive up to $44,000 for this scholarship, please check the Award Opportunities on the website.
Students receiving University scholarships will have the award credited to their tuition and fees due each semester. Any balance from scholarships may be used to pay for associated academic costs such as books at the USA Bookstore, USA Housing, and USA Food Service. Annual University scholarships are split between Fall and Spring semesters.
Any awards, scholarships, or employee educational benefits, funded by the USA are considered institutional aid. Some examples of institutional aid are admission-based scholarships, departmental awards, employee tuition assistance, housing benefits, and athletic scholarships. The USA reserves the right to adjust institutional aid if a student receives multiple scholarship awards and/or exceeds the institutional cap.