Hanson Scholarship Program 2020
Allegheny College is glad to announce the Blair Hanson Scholarship in honor of Dr. Blair Hanson, Professor of French and Chairperson of the Modern Languages Department. The program can be taken by foreign language students with an average of 3.0 in language courses.
The purpose of the scholarship is to take into account factors indicating a seriousness of purpose with regard to language study and international concerns. Winners of the Blair Hanson Scholarship will receive a prize that will be used to cover part of the costs of study abroad for the next academic year.
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What You Need To Know About The Blair Hanson Scholarship
LEVEL / FIELD OF SCHOLARSHIP
The Hanson Scholarship program is open to college students who are studying a language course at the university full-time.
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The scholarship, awarded annually in the spring to an outstanding foreign language student, is intended to cover part of the costs of studying abroad for the next academic year.
Blair Hanson Scholarship Eligibility:
- Must be a foreign language student
- The minimum is an average of 3.0 in language courses
- Prize candidates do not have to learn the language.
How can I apply For The Blair Hanson Scholarship?
To apply, the applicant can download the registration form by visiting the link provided below http://sitesmedia.s3.amazonaws.com/modlang/files/2017/03/2017BlairHansonAPP.pdf
Personal essay (typed, two columns, attached to the application) describing why you chose to study in another country, specific goals and plans for the period abroad, and any other comments that would support an application for the award.
Full applications will be sent to the Department of Modern and Classical Languages.
Deadline for registration:
- Applications will be accepted until 7 April.
- After the first selection process, the final candidates may be invited to a meeting with a selection panel of the Department of Modern and Classical Languages.
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