PATH Scholarship Program for institutions – July 14

Posted by Ellucian Foundation on June 29, 2021

Ellucian Foundation Invites Applications for the PATH Scholarship Program

The Ellucian Foundation, the philanthropic wing of Ellucian, a global company serving higher education institutions, is accepting applications for the Progress, Accomplishment, Thriving, Hope (PATH) Scholarship program.

The PATH program was established to help higher education institutions support students experiencing economic hardship. Through the program, higher education institutions may apply for a single block grant of between $10,000 and $25,000 with awards of up to $1,500 given to individual students. Institutions will have considerable flexibility in determining the selection criteria and individual award amounts that best fit their affected students’ needs.

In 2020, PATH Scholarships provided twenty-five eligible higher education institutions with a total of $500,000 in grants and delivered scholarship awards to six hundred and eighty students. An independent judging committee will select institutions to receive a PATH Scholarship award. Notification to U.S. recipients will be in early August and, for those outside the United States, September and October.

Eligible institutions include four-year public universities in the U.S. (including Puerto Rico) and nonprofit higher education institutions that are approved by the country’s ministry of higher education (or other national government ministries) to provide associate’s or bachelor’s degrees in Australia, Canada, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Ireland, Lebanon, New Zealand, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom.

For complete program guidelines and application instructions, see the Ellucian Foundation website.

Deadline: July 14, 2021

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