The University of Alabama National Recognition Scholars
First-time freshmen who are recognized by the National African American, Hispanic, Indigenous or Rural & Small-Town Recognition Programs are strongly encouraged to submit all application materials by the January 15 priority deadline to ensure consideration. If eligible students submit an application and all supporting documents after January 15 but by May 1, they will receive consideration for admission on a space available basis.
To be considered for the National Recognition Scholarship at UA, first-time freshmen must be recognized by the College Board National Recognition Program.;; The College Board National Recognition Program is a third-party organization that create pathways to college for underrepresented students by awarding them academic honors and connecting them with universities across the country.;; Admitted freshman that opt out of College Boards College Search must email their National Recognition Scholar certificate to [email protected]
by May 1.;; Please review the College Board National Recognition Programs webpage for the eligibility requirements of this program.
Value of tuition for up to four years or eight semesters for degree-seeking undergraduate and graduate or law studies
$1,000 per year supplemental scholarship for four years
University of Alabama
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