UNC Scholarships Requiring Seperate Forms
The Blanchard Scholarship
carries a renewable award of $6,000 for NC students and $12,000 for out-of-state
students. To be eligible for the award, one must be baptized and confirmed
in the Episcopal Church. Awards are made on the basis of academic achievement,
though financial need may be taken into account. It is open to all undergraduate
applicants who meet the criteria. To apply, submit a letter expressing interest
in the award, proof of affiliation with the Episcopal Church (a letter from
your rector will suffice), and any available documentation of Colonial ancestry.
These are due at the Office
of Scholarships and Student Aid by February 1 each year. Recipients will
be notified in April.
Donald M. Jacobs Scholarship:
The Donald M. Jacobs Scholarship was established in 2003 to provide a scholarship award to high-achieving students with financial need from the greater metropolitan New York City area. The amount of the award, when combined with any other grant or scholarship resources, shall cover a recipient's full cost of attendance each year for four years of undergraduate study.
To be considered for this scholarship, you must apply to UNC by January 15 and apply for financial aid by submitting your FAFSA and CSS/Profile forms by the March 15 deadline. You also must submit a separate form to the Office of Scholarships by March 1.
The form is not currently available online. If you wish to receive this form, please contact:
Frances L. Phillips Scholarship:
The Frances L. Phillips Travel Scholarship provides an opportunity for Juniors and Seniors in the College of Arts and Sciences at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to engage in individual self designed and directed international travel experiences for periods ranging from two months to six months. Approximately twenty Phillips Scholarships for up to $7000 each are awarded every year on the basis of a competitive written application and committee interview.
The program is open to students who demonstrate financial need, and who have demonstrated academic excellence and participation in campus activities and who are US citizens who have attended a North Carolina high school.
are received in the fall of each year NOT LATER THAN 15 October for travel
to begin in the next calendar year. Notification of selection is made by mid-December.
A formal written report of the experience is required within one month of
return from travel.
Pogue scholarships were established to attract the most outstanding students in the state of North Carolina to the university, with special emphasis on minority applicants. However, students from all ethnic backgrounds are considered for this award. The Pogue Scholarship program seeks to identify students who demonstrate and value academic achievement, exhibit strong leadership potential, and eagerly identify ways to implement positive change. Successful Pogue Scholarship candidates are individuals who show clear evidence of an abiding commitment to their local community, and display an abiding commitment to the principles of diversity. Competition for the Pogue requires a separate application, due December 1st along with submission of your Admission application by November 1st. The scholarships provide $7,500 per year to students from North Carolina. The Pogue Scholarship is one of the only scholarships that UNC offers to incoming freshmen that requires an additional application.
Select the appropriate academic year. The Pogue link is at the bottom of the page under the
OSSA Miscellaneous Publications/Forms section.
you missed the November 1st deadline:
You can still apply for the Pogue Scholarship, but you should be aware that only applications received by the November 1st deadline (and subsequent receipt of the Pogue Application by December 1st) are guaranteed to be considered for the scholarship. Admission applications received after the deadline are considered as time and resources permit.
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