R.C. McQuilken Scholarship Weekend

CIU’s full-scholarship contest coming up

CIU - Columbia International University Fall 2012High school seniors have six more days to sign up for one of the greatest scholarship opportunities available: the 7th annual R. C. McQuilken Schlolarship Weekend at Columbia International University, a homeschool-friendly Bible college in South Carolina. Tim Caiello, homeschooled, and currently a sophomore at CIU, can attest to merit of this event, having won a full-ride scholarship at the 2009 competition. In addition to the full scholarship, high school students attending compete for numerous other scholarships.

The weekend will also include faculty interviews, group discussions, interaction with current students and staff, and opportunities to hang out with future classmates. The scholarship weekend ends with a banquet on Saturday.

Deadline for registering for the three-day South Carolina event, to be held Dec. 1-3, is Friday, Nov. 18. In order to qualify for the event, students must have at least a 3.0 GPA and an SAT score (math and verbal) of 1000 or an ACT score of 21 or above. Click here for more information or to register.

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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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