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UDC: Engineering and Science Scholarship

   www.udc.edu/scholarships/Engineering_science_Dunbar_ScholarshipAnnouncement.pdf

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   202- 274-5520

June 15


The University of the District of Columbia Foundation, Inc. is pleased to announce the opening of the
competition for the Engineering and Science Scholarship award. The scholarship was established to
provide financial assistance to Dunbar Senior High School graduates residing in the District of Columbia
and majoring in the four-year Electrical and Electronics Engineering Program (civil, mechanical, and
computer engineering) at the University of the District of Columbia (UDC)


TO BE ELIGIBLE:
A student must be a graduate from Dunbar Senior Highschool, District of Columbia Public Schools(DCPS) , have a cumulative grade point average GPA of 2.0 at the high school level and maintain a 2.5 at college level, be enrolled at the University in a full time engineering program leading to an undergraduate degree, be an entering or freshman, sbumit an official highschool or college transcript; and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Submit a typewritten double-spaced 500-word essay on one of the following
Procedure topics:

1. Congress has just voted to allow 18 year olds to run for president of the
United States. You have decided to run for that office. Why have you
chosen to run and what are your three most important agenda items?

2. If you could change places with another person for one year (past or present),
who would you choose to be, why, and what would you do?

3 When someone asks you to describe yourself, where do you begin—with
your agenda, your race, your religion or your talents? Everyone is
multifaceted. What would you bring to the University of the District of
Columbia community?


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