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Scholarship Eligibility Requirements

Applications for the Solomon Scholars Program scholarship are open to the following students:

  • A student must be a current high school student, domestic or international, who plans to enroll at a U.S. accredited four-year college or university as a degree-seeking full-time undergraduate student

  • Minimum of 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) required

  • Scholarship is open to current high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors who have not yet graduated from high school

 

International Students are Welcome

 

In order to apply for the Solomon Scholars Program, the 

student does not have to be a U.S. citizen as long as

he/she plans to enroll at a U.S. accredited four-year college

or university.

The Solomon Scholars Program (SSP) recognizes and

acknowledges the important role that international students

play in the economics and academics of the U.S. higher

education system. International students are not eligible to

receive financial aid at U.S. colleges and universities, and

are expected to full-pay for tuition and room and board.

International students play a vital role at U.S. universities,

subsidizing the college education of domestic students

through institution-based grants and add enormously through their academic input and multicultural experiences.

It’s important to remember, especially in the current political climate, that America is a nation of immigrants and derives its success from those immigrants. SSP acknowledges the financial burden of not being eligible for financial aid for many talented international students who aspire to bring their ideas and dreams to make the U.S. stronger. These are students who may stay in the U.S. post-college and contribute substantially to the U.S. economy. Because of this, SSP is also open to international students who plan to matriculate full-time at accredited four-year universities in the U.S.