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AWANA scholarships: add CIU; subtract OKWU

We’ve updated our AWANA Citation scholarships page after learning about two significant changes. Unfortunately, Oklahoma Wesleyan University no longer offers the scholarship. On a much more positive note, Columbia International University will, for the first time, offer $2000 Citation scholarships beginning with the 2011/2012 school year.

CIU is an excellent Bible College, located in Columbia, SC, that offers a variety of additional majors. It has a reputation for being accommodating to homeschool students, with approximately 1/3 of each incoming freshman class consisting of students previously homeschooled. To learn more about CIU, visit their Web site here. To visit our page with a list of approximately 40 colleges offering AWANA scholarships, click here.

For those unfamiliar with AWANA scholarships, they are typically guaranteed scholarships that reward years of hard work by the student. Most schools offer scholarships for only the highest award, the Citation, but some also offer scholarships for the Timothy and Meritorious awards. AWANA is popular with homeschoolers, as much of the work can be incorporated into a homeschool curriculum.

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Friday, June 3rd, 2011 Homeschool No Comments

Final day to register for CIU scholarship event

Columbia International University ScholarshipsToday’s the final day to register for the R.C. McQuilken Scholarship Weekend at South Carolina’s Columbia International University. The competition, scheduled for Dec. 2-4, will result in one student winning a full-tuition scholarship for four years, and other smaller scholarships being awarded.  Why are we listing the event on this site? CIU is super-friendly to homeschooled students!  The winner of last year’s full-ride scholarship was a homeschooled student from Columbia, South Carolina. For more information or to register, visit www.ciu.edu/leadership.

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Friday, November 12th, 2010 Uncategorized No Comments

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