Scholarship Spotlight

Written January 4th, 2010
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The Osher Foundation is a scholarship fund set up to assist “reentry students,” or non-traditional students. See scholarship overview below:

“The Foundation defines reentry students as individuals who have experienced an interruption in their education of five or more years and who now want to resume their undergraduate university studies to complete their degree. This scholarship is intended to benefit students who have considerable years of employability ahead of them—ideally aged 25 to 50.

Qualified students may include part- and full-time students, with a strong preference given to newly matriculating students at the institution receiving Osher Reentry Scholarship grant funds. Students must demonstrate financial need, academic promise and a commitment to completing their degree. The Foundation requests that scholarship awards be applied directly to student tuition fees exclusively.”

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