The Camille and Bill Cosby Scholarship in Science is awarded to college juniors enrolled at the Temple University. It is specifically for students who are majoring in one of the natural sciences and who have graduated from Simon Gratz, Germantown, Central or Girls High School in Philadelphia. Each year at Temple University, the scholarship is awarded to rising junior and senior students who graduated from the mentioned schools.
The student must be enrolled as juniors at the Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. One scholarship is awarded each year. Students may apply through the Temple University. One scholarship is awarded each year. The award amount is usually $3,000. This scholarship is renewable.
This is an annual award for college juniors enrolled full time at the Temple University majoring in Natural Sciences. Temple University said Bill Cosby remains a trustee of the Philadelphia institution, a position he’s held since 1982. He’s considered its most famous alum and has often spoken at commencement, drawing huge cheers.
Bill Cosby is a well known comedian and superstar who himself won a scholarship and attended Temple University. He grew up in the impoverished neighborhood of Germantown, North Philadelphia. He established the scholarship to help other students in that area achieve their dreams of a higher education.
The deadline of the scholarship is usually May of each year.
Download the application form here http://www.temple.edu/vpus/fellowships/undergrad-opportunities/documents/CamilleandBillCosbyScholarshipApplication20172018.pdf
Or read the PDF belowCamilleandBillCosbyScholarshipApplication20172018
Camille and Bill Cosby Scholarship in Science
1801 North Broad Street
Philadephia, PA 19122
Telephone: +1 215 204 7200