Who can apply for the Single Parent Scholarship?
Single Parent Scholarships are available through the Scholarship Office and are reserved for enrolled, single-parent students of RMUoHP, and who are not related to (as an immediate family member) or have outside business interests with an employee of RMUoHP.
How can I apply for the Single Parent Scholar Scholarship?
As part of the application:
- Complete the Scholarship application.
- Submit a personal statement including financial need.
Are there admission or grade requirements for the Single Parent Scholarship?
Students must be admitted to RMUoHP and registered as a full-time student in order to apply. Students must be in good academic standing to receive the Single Parent Scholarship.
What is the application deadline for Single Parent Scholarships?
Unlike other university scholarships, Single Parent Scholarships may be administered in a more flexible manner. There is no set deadline for applying for Single Parent Scholarships. Please contact the Scholarship Office to see if the Single Parent Scholarship is available for the current year.
How will I know if I was selected for a Single Parent Scholarship?
Applicants will be notified within 60 days of the receipt of their completed application.
If I have previously received a Single Parent Scholarship, will I automatically receive one next year or do I need to reapply? Single Parent Scholarships will be awarded every semester. In order to be eligible, you must reapply. Single Parent Scholarships are not automatically renewed. Please note that you cannot receive more than one award of the Single Parent Scholarship per calendar year.
If you are a Financial Aid recipient, receiving any scholarship will affect your Cost of Attendance (COA), and it is your responsibility to notify the Financial Aid Office if you are selected for an award. Should you be awarded a scholarship from any source (internal or external), take time to send the institution a “Thank You” letter.
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