The Chevron University Partnership Student Scholarship Program

The Chevron University Partnership Program, known as the UPP, works with over a hundred college and university partners around the world. The intention of the UPP is to attract and develop the skills of talented students and teachers who can help achieve a more technically proficient global workforce.   The UPP provides scholarships, grants, funding
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The Chevron International REACH (Recognizing Excellence and Achievement) Scholarship Program is sponsored by Chevron for the sons and daughters of its employees and retirees. The program was established to recognize and assist outstanding children who plan to pursue post-secondary education.   Renewable scholarships are offered each year for full-time undergraduate study at colleges, universities, and
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The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) has been helping kids go to college for 70 years. The galvanizing principle that the mind is a terrible thing to waste, but a wonderful thing to invest in has remained at the heart of the UNCF ideal.   The investors of the UNCF are being consistently given the
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The Federal Pell Grant is usually awarded to undergraduate students who have not earned any bachelor or professional degree and have demonstrated an exceptional financial need. This grant is considered as a foundation of federal student financial aid.   The money for this is coming directly from nonfederal or federal sources. This loan does not
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In completing your Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application, you can choose to apply online (recommended), complete the FAFSA in PDF and then mail for processing, or request a paper FAFSA by calling 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243) or 319-337-5665. If you are hearing impaired, contact the TTY line at 1-800-730-8913.   The PDF FAFSA is available for you
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How do you determine if you are dependent or independent on your Federal Student Aid application? The Department of Education uses a very rigid set of criteria for determining whether a student is Independent for financial aid consideration (which means that the custodial parents’ income and asset information is not considered in determining a student’s
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The EFC (Expected Family Contribution) provides an estimate how much the student’s family is expected to contribute for the year. The EFC helps gain insight into the student’s financial aid eligibility.   The financial aid system works only to bridge the gap of what your family is unable to contribute in your college education. The
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The Federal Student Aid ID gives you access to the online systems. It also can serve as your legal signature. You should understand this one rule – use your own personal information for your own exclusive use! The Federal Student Aid does not allow and does not authorize you to create an FSA ID that
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Paying for college is one of the toughest parts in earning your degree. Everything from the FAFSA application to how the interest is being computed has shifted. The rates usually reset, rise, or fall.   The Pell Grants, which does not need to be paid, has increased. The Pay As You Earn Repayment Program allows
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Are you prepared to go to college? A higher education usually results in receiving higher salary and being employed long term. A college education can lower your probability of losing your job or any chance of unemployment.   The first thing you need to do before anything else is to find a student scholarship grant
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