Presidential Scholarship 2022 – Check Eligibility

The United States Department of Education runs the Presidential Scholarship. In the USA and other countries, it is referred to as one of the Nation’s highest distinctions for students.

About Presidential Scholarship

By Executive Order of the President of the United States, they started the program in 1964 to honor the most deserving graduating seniors for their achievements in a variety of fields, including leadership, service to the community, and academic excellence.

It was enlarged in 1979 to include honoring students who exhibit extraordinary talent and scholarship in the performing, visual, and literary arts.

The program was once more expanded in 2015 to honor students who show aptitude and success in career and technical sectors.

Regardless of whether a student’s academic performance or accomplishments otherwise qualified them for distinction, the organization has recently accepted nominations from individual recommenders of the student’s choosing.

Eligibility

  • Be a PROMISE Scholarship recipient.
  • Submit a completed Charles J. McClain Presidential Scholarship application and essay.
  • Complete your admissions file (general application, high school transcript, test scores) prior to deadline.
  • Have a cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 or higher.
  • Have ACT composite of 26 or higher or 1190 SAT 
  • Take part in on-campus interviews

Requirements

  1. Submit an application for admission 
  2. Have your high school submit an official transcript to your University
  3. Submit the Presidential Scholarship Application including the required one-page resume and short answers for the Presidential Scholarship. 
  4. Visit your school’s official website

In order to be considered for the Presidential Scholarship, applicants must complete an application that includes four questions about their character. 

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CSN Team.

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