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Honors Community Advocates Graduate School Assistance Award

Application Deadline:  Monday, February 4, 2019, 5:00 p.m.

The Honors Community Advocates and the University Honors Program are partnering to provide a special opportunity award for students in need of financial assistance with graduate school application costs (e.g., test preparation, test fees, or application fees). Each recipient will receive a minimum $250 award. Special consideration will be given to students who demonstrate financial need and a strong record of involvement in the University Honors Program. All Honors students pursuing post-graduate study in any field are eligible to apply.

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