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Before diving in, make sure to review The Ultimate Guide to Merit Scholarships.
Case Western Reserve University Merit Scholarships Statistics
- Percentage of students with no financial need: 41%
- Percentage of students with no financial need who were awarded merit scholarships: 92%
- Average dollar amount of non-need based merit scholarships: $24,865
Andrew and Eleanor Squire Scholarship
Requirements: First-year applicants in the arts, humanities, natural, social, and behavioral sciences, management and accountancy
Award Amount: Full-tuition
Due Date: March 1st
Louis Stokes Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Scholarship
Requirements: All first-year students and transfer students from community colleges.
Award Amount: Full-tuition (for five years) + $2,500 for computer and book purchases.
Alexander A. Treuhaft Memorial Scholarship
Requirements: First-year applicants in science and engineering
Award Amount: Full-tuition
To learn more about Case Western Reserve University’s Merit Scholarship opportunities, visit here.
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