John Carroll University is providing an award amount of $24,000 for applicants to study in the USA.
Why study at John Carroll University? As a Jesuit Catholic university, John Carroll inspires individuals to excel in learning, leadership, and service in the region and the world. This Jesuit Catholic character inspires and guides the intellectual, professional, and ethical labors that make John Carroll a university.
The campus has also hosted many prestigious events including the International Children’s Games and the Heartland Delta V Conference. We have also continued to upgrade our campus facilities with renovations to Bernet Hall, Schott Student Dining Hall, Rodman Hall, the Administration Building, the LSC Conference Room, Murphy Room, Jardine Room, and the Corbo Athletic room.
In 2009 we chose to honor a true “man for others” by naming our Department of Communication and Theatre Arts after Tim Russert ’72. The NBC/John Carroll University Meet the Press Fellowship was also launched, which awards a prestigious nine-month fellowship to a graduating senior motivated to pursue a career in political journalism.
We also began to plan for the future of our academic programs in 2009 and 2010. The Academic Planning Task Force was started and 11 proposals for new academic programs funded by seed money from an anonymous donor were presented. Phase 1 of the task force’s plans was completed in January 2010 and Phase 2 was initiated in Fall 2010.
The campus also became a little greener in 2010 with the removal of the temporary parking lot and the restoration of the Hamlin Quad, along with the creation of a Sustainability Committee.
Eligibility criteria for the Presidential International Scholarships at John Carroll University
- Applicants must be international students
- Applicants must have GPA: B+ ACT: 25 SAT: 1150
- Applicants must have SAT (middle 50% range of old SAT: critical reading 500-600, mathematics 510-610, writing 480-590) and ACT (middle 50% range: composite 22-27, average 25).
- Applicants are required to submit results of standardized tests from one or more of the following test(s):
- TOEFL (preferred minimum scores: paper-based 550, Internet-based 79)
- IELTS (preferred minimum score: 6.5)
Eligible Countries: International
Value of Award: $24,000
Number of Awards: Not Mentioned
Method of Application: All students currently in secondary school interested in applying for first-year undergraduate admission must apply online using the Common Application and complete the full application.
Application Deadline: October 1