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Private Scholarship Policies Database
Note: This database contains only four-year accredited higher institutions.
Do you not see your school on this list? If so, click the button at the bottom of the paragraph and fill out the form.
Our organization will continue to update the database weekly.
Higher Institutions That Do Not Practice Scholarship Award Displacement in the form of eliminating institutional scholarships and grants.
1) Even if a higher institution policy says it does not practice scholarship award displacement, the higher institution may practice hidden scholarship award displacement with renewal scholarships.
*Maryland Public Higher Institutions - This law only protects undergraduate students at Maryland Public Higher Institutions.
*New Jersey Public Higher Institutions (Starting Fall 2022 academic year) - This law only protects students attending New Jersey Public Higher Institutions.
* Washington Public and Private Higher Institutions (Starting Fall 2022 academic year) - This law only protects students at Washington Public and Private universities that participate in state student financial aid programs. Note: This law does not apply to public community and technical colleges.
*Pennsylvania Public Higher Institutions (Starting Fall 2022 academic year) - This law only protects students attending Pennsylvania Public Higher Institutions.
*California Public and Private Higher Institutions (Starting 2023-2024 academic year) - This law only protects students who qualify for Pell Grants or the California Dream Act.
Private Scholarship Policy Review Form
Our organization provides free private/outside scholarship policy reviews for students and families looking to see if a college practices scholarship award displacement.
Please allow 3-5 business days for us to send you the report.
Database Created: YesSheCanCampaign
Thanks to the YesSheCanCampaign and volunteers who have spent time researching universities' private scholarship policies.
Disclaimer: Our organization does not endorse any of the universities. The database is created solely for educational purposes.
Database: © YesSheCanCampaign and DISSCHOLARED
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