Student Official Bachelor’s Degree Transcripts with a minimum of 3.0 CGPA
This scholarship is open to new students, it is based on a combination of financial hardship, merit, and
economical issues of country of residence if applicable.
Driver’s license or passport.
Proof of social/community involvement.
Financial documentation (W-2 Forms for US Citizens and Residents).
Conditions: Student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and be continuously enrolled; withdrawing from school
or not starting classes in the first semester will result in ineligibility.
Amount: 50% pardon of program tuition.