The B.A. in Applied Communications Inaugural Scholarship is an award that is automatically given to eligible students enrolled in this degree program. The maximum award a student can receive for the 2014–2015 academic year is $1,500.
The scholarship criteria include:
- Full admission to the B.A. in Applied Communications program at National Louis University
- Enrollment in at least six quarter hours per academic term
- The award is renewable as long as half-time enrollment is maintained each academic year in three or more terms
- Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all major courses in order to remain eligible for the scholarship
- Students will be awarded $1,500 per year if enrolled in at least three terms. Students who enroll in two or fewer terms will have the award prorated.
- The scholarship can be awarded until the student has reached 180 quarter hours of combined transfer and institutional coursework
- Students are only eligible for one institutional resource per academic year
- The scholarship is not refundable to the student and can only be used to cover tuition costs
- Students must meet minimum Satisfactory Academic Progress standards to remain eligible
- Students must adhere to all the University policies noted in the Catalog in order to remain eligible to receive NLU Scholarships