5 Scholarships You Can Get With A 3.00 GPA

Looking for 5 scholarships you can get with a 3.00 GPA? Scholarships vary by state and school, so it is best to check with your college or university to make sure you get the most current information about scholarships available to students with a 3.00 GPA. Here are 5 scholarship options that you can apply for that only require a 3.00 GPA.

  1. The Harry S. Truman Scholarship. This prestigious national scholarship awards thirty thousand dollars to one individual each year. The individual must want to pursue a career in public service and have qualities that make her an "agent of change." The money must be used for a graduate program and you must be in your junior or senior year by the application deadline. There is technically no GPA cut off, but Truman scholars often have GPAs above a 3.5; though if you have extensive extra-curricular activities, your GPA may be able to be lower. To become a Truman scholar, you have to be nominated by your college or university, and each institution has different academic requirements. If you receive the nomination from your school you will then go on to be a finalist.
  2. The Automotive Industry Scholarship. If you are interested in an automotive career, the Automotive Hall of Fame provides twenty thousand dollars in scholarships annually. This can include anything from management to owning an automotive business to being a mechanic. The requirements are that you are enrolled in a full-time trade school or university at the time of your application. You also have to have a 3.00 GPA.
  3. The CIA Undergraduate Scholarship. If you have a 3.00 or higher GPA and any interest in the CIA, you should apply for the CIA Undergraduate Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to high school seniors with at least a 3.00 GPA and a 21 on their ACT. The Central Intelligence Agency gives scholarships up to eighteen thousand dollars for tuition and fees and a paid position at the CIA upon graduation.
  4. The Coca-Cola Scholarship. If you have a 3.00 or higher GPA, you are eligible to receive a Coca-Cola Scholarship. Every year 250 four-year scholarships are awarded to high achieving individuals. You could receive anywhere from ten to twenty thousand dollars to help pay for college. You must be a high school senior and a U.S. citizen at the time of your application.
  5. The Fulbright Scholarship. This national scholarship is among the most prestigious and competitive. The Fulbright awards funds for research or teaching English in over 150 countries. Your project or desire to teach English should be rooted in a desire to foster understanding among nations. You must be in your senior year of college or a recent college graduate to apply.

Resources:

Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation

AHF Scholarships

CIA

Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation

Institute of International Education

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