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UniversityLocationStateYearly TuitionStipulation (if any)Grade requirements for maintaining discounted tuitionWebsiteDate Information Updated Last
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University of ArkansasLittle RockARVaries by program and reduction percentage.70-90% out of state tuition reduction for students from the Caribbean, Bolivia, Rwanda, Panama and others.There are various GPA stipulations. See site. Average requirement is 12 credit hours per semester enrolled + maintain 2.5 GPA.http://international-admissions.uark.edu/undergraduate-studies/funding-your-studies.phpApril 2017
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Florida State UniversityPanama City / TallahasseeFL $8,364 first two years at Panama, $6,512 second two years at Tallahasse
The following general criteria apply:
-Be a citizen or permanent resident of a Latin American or Caribbean country.
-Be officially admitted as a regular degree- seeking student by FSU.
-Complete at least 60 credit hours of course work at FSU Panama.
-Complete the 36 credit hour “Liberal Studies Requirement”
Must maintain a 3.0 GPA at FSU Panamahttp://panama.fsu.edu/cost/scholarships/April 2017
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Florida LAC ScholarshipFL$5500-8500 depending on institutionAvailable at PUBLIC Florida univeristies for students who are bonafide citizens of Caribbean and Latin American countries. Requirements vary by institution but may require a separate application to apply, community service requirements, full-time enrollment and good academic standing.Depends on institutionPlease see indivudual university websites for more information and application/status requirements. April 2017
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University of North Georgia DahlonegaGA$6314University of North Georgia offers a limited number of tuition equalization grants for international students with priority to students already residing in the United States.Qualifications of recipients will depend on the competitiveness of the pool.https://ung.edu/financial-aid/paying-for-college/scholarships.phpApril 2017
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Berea CollegeBereaKY$0 Program is capped at 30 students per year. International students are required to work and put this money towards their educational costs. See site. https://www.berea.edu/admissions/applying-for-admission/international-students/costs/April 2017
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McNeese State UniversityLake CharlesLA$6210International students may be considered for in-state tuition if: -Cumulative high school GPA of 2.25 or
higher (on an un-weighted 4.00 scale)
-No need for remedial coursework (English 18/450, Math 19/460)
-Enrolled as a full-time student
-TOEFL 525 paper, 195 computer, 71IBT, or 6.0 IELTS
2.5https://www.mcneese.edu/scholarships/non-resident/out_of_state_studentsApril 2017
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University of New OrleansNew OrleansLA$0Homer Hitt Scholarship
For students living outside of Louisiana, with a 30 ACT, 1400 SAT, 3.5 GPA, students receive a full tuition scholarship (in-state tuition covered plus a waiver of the out of state fee). Early application and interview required.
See site. http://www.uno.edu/admissions/scholarships-awards.aspxApril 2017
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Eastern Michigan UniversityYpsilantiMI$8887The National Scholars Program (NSP) Scholarship - Renewable award which pays the difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition. Incoming freshmen a 2.75 or higher cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale, ACT of 20, SAT of 950 are automatically considered. To be eligible, you must be admitted as a non resident for tuition purposes. Available for eight semesters only. Enroll in 15 hours per semester, maintain a 3.0 GPA and satisfacatory academic progress.http://www.emich.edu/admissions/scholarships/international.phpApril 2017
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Bemidji State UniversityBemidjiMN$8,360 There are no special requirements to receive and maintain this benefit.There are no special requirements to receive and maintain this benefit.http://www.bemidjistate.edu/admissions/international/costs/April 2017
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Minnesota State University- MankatoMankatoMN$8530Can apply after 1st semester of freshman year. Must have valid F1 or J1 visa. Successfully earn a minimum of Twelve (12) credits each semester. 25 hours of cultural contribution due at end of each semester. Scholarship valid for 9 semesters.
Have term GPA of 2.5 or cumulative MSU GPA of 3.0.
http://www.mnsu.edu/international/undergradccs.htmlApril 2017
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Southwest Minnesota StateMarshallMN$8,348 Available to all international students during their whole undergraduate studies.N/Ahttp://www.smsu.edu/resources/webspaces/admission/international/internationalpacketcurrent.pdf#page=10April 2017
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University of Minnesota- MooreheadMooreheadMN$8117Students must contribute 10 volunteer hours to MSUM and/or Fargo Moorhead community in order to receive the scholarship beyond the first semester.2.0 GPA each semesterhttp://www.mnstate.edu/international/admission/financial.aspxApril 2017
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Winona StateWinonaMN$8,105 All F-1 eligible international students are awarded this scholarship. Requires one major and two minor Cross-Cultural Outreach projects per academic year. See PDF- http://www.winona.edu/internationalservices/Media/2014_2015_CCS_requirements.pdfMaintain 2.5 GPA and compelte required progects. http://www.winona.edu/internationalservices/scholarships.aspApril 2017
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University of Southern MississippiHattiesburgMS$8218Eligible candidates must meet one of the following criteria: (1) a minimum ACT composite score of 21 or higher (or combined SAT score of 1200 or higher) and a 3.0 GPA. Apply by Dec 1. See site. http://www.usm.edu/admissions/scholarships-international-studentsApril 2017
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Minot State UniversityMinotND$6,568 Minot State University makes it affordable for any student in the world to receive a top-notch education. No matter where you are from you will pay the North Dakota in-state tuition rate when you enroll in on-campus courses.N/Ahttp://www.minotstateu.edu/international/international.shtmlApril 2017
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Memorial UniversitySt. Johns (Canada)NLCAD $8800No scholarship criteria here: it's just the cost of tuition for all international students. http://www.mun.ca/undergrad/international/fees.phpApril 2017
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University of New MexicoAlbuquerqueNM$7,075 Admission to a full-time UNM degree program by the deadline. Non-immigrant visa status (F1 or J1) status. No previous attendance in the current UNM program, 15 credit hours of enrollment per semester. 3.5 as a freshman applicant and 3.0 while enrolled to maintain scholarshiphttp://geo.unm.edu/admission/undergraduate/scholarships/amigo.htmlApril 2017
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New Mexico State UniversityLas CrucesNM$6,729 Grades, test score requirements apply. See PDF in next column. Must apply by stated deadlines. New freshmen only. Must maintain fulltime enrollment and 3.25 GPA each semester. See http://isss.nmsu.edu/files/2015/01/Scholarships-App-New.pdfhttp://isss.nmsu.edu/index-3/April 2017
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University of ToledoToledoOH$10,782 Students are eligible for this award for 8 semesters or until completion of the bachelor’s degree, whichever comes first. Another automatic scholarship for students residing in the following "sister cities": Toledo, Spain; Londrina, Brazil;,Qinhuangdao, China;,Szeged, Hungary; Csongrad, Hungary; Coimbatore, India; Bekaa Valley, Lebanon; Poznan, Poland; Toyohashi, Japan; Tanga, Tanzania; Delmenhorst, Germany; Hyderabad, Pakistan3.0 GPA at time of addmissions. 2.75 GPA and the successful completion of 30 credit hours each academic year (in the Fall and Spring semesters).http://www.utoledo.edu/admission/international/scholarships.htmlApril 2017
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Kutztown UniversityKutztownPA$8111Automatic 40% tuition discount for international students. Plus, tuition waivers available for full tuition, $8000 and $6000 a year.GPA minimums for tuition waivers range from 2.5-3.25https://www.kutztown.edu/intlfinancialaidApril 2017
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University of South CarolinaColumbiaSC$11,854 Available for students from the following "sister-state agreement" countries: Germany (State of Rhineland-Palatinate/Rhineland-Pfalz, State of Thuringen, State of Brandenburg), Australia (State of Queensland), Aruba, Taiwan. Documentation of citizenship is required. The tuition benefit is applicable throughout all years of study in a program.N/Ahttp://www.sc.edu/about/offices_and_divisions/international_student_services/before_you_arrive/understand_tuition_and_fees/university_scholarships_and_assistantships/index.phpApril 2017
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Texas Public UniversitiesTX$0 for first year only (Through Good Neighbor Scholarship)Must be from the western hemisphere excluding US and Cuba and intend to return to the eligible country upon completion of the program of study. Complete waiver of tuition for one full academic year (fall, spring and summer).see unviersity sites each springhttp://www.collegeforalltexans.com/apps/financialaid/tofa2.cfm?ID=437April 2017
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University of Wisconsin at SuperiorSuperiorWI$10,440 The majority of degree-seeking international students who qualify for admission to UW-Superior are eligible for an NTW Award. Awards are given on a first-come, first-served basis, based on date of admission. Students may receive additional funding through the NTW Scholar award which are competitive and consider the following criteria: 1) academic merit, 2) potential contribution to campus diversity, 3) personal essay and/or letters of recommendation, 4) financial need and 5) potential contributions to liberal education co-curricular initiatives. Note that international students who are from Europe and the Western Hemisphere are given special consideration through the NTW Program. Must be enrolled for minimum of 12 credits per semester. Scholarship valid for 10 semesters.Must be in "good academic standing" as per university policyhttp://www.uwsuper.edu/oip/intl_pros/schols.cfmApril 2017
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Stefan F. Austin State UniversityNacogdochesTX$17,942 full COAThis is awarded to students who will contribute to the increased diversity for international representation at Stephen F. Austin State University. The amount of the scholarship is $1,000 per year. All applicants must show financial need and educational achievement in order to be awarded the scholarship. Students who receive the $1,000 OIP Scholarship are eligible for Texas resident tuition rates, which is about $4,500 less each semester. Must be a non-native english speaker and have lived in Latin country for five years or more.2.75http://www.sfasu.edu/oip/209.asp
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