Each of the following students received a $6,000.00 scholarship
from the National Hampton Alumni Association, Inc. for the 2010-2011
academic year. The Scholars will receive $10,000.00 each for the
2011-2012 academic year. This scholarship is renewable annually
contingent upon students meeting scholarship requirements.
|Mid Atlantic Region
|North Atlantic Region
|North Carolina Region
The criteria for the NHAA, INC. Alumni Endowed Scholarship will
be reviewed and re-evaluated every two years.
- Awards will be made to incoming freshman students.
- Students must have a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher.
- Students must have submitted the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA) to Hampton University and have followed all financial aid procedures.
- Awardees must maintain a 3.0 Cumulative Grade Point Average for the
continuance of the scholarship.
- Awards will be made each year to one (1) student from each of the seven
(7) National Hampton Alumni Association Inc. Regions.
- Initial awards will be up to $10,000.00 for each incoming
scholarship recipient. Scholarship recipients will continue to receive
their scholarship provided he/she maintain their eligibility for each of the
remaining three (3) years which is also up to $10,000.00. The
scholarship amount will be determined by dividing the amount of funds available
by the number of recipients. Recipients will receive ½ of the scholarship
for the 1st semester and ½ of the scholarship for the second semester.
Scholarship funds may also be used for tuition, fees and books.
- Students must provide a minimum of 20 hours of service to a
University entity per month with the exceptions of September and January. The
placement and hours are to be coordinated by the Hampton University Office of
- All scholarship recipients must enroll with no less than 12 semester hours.
- Students who have acquired sufficient hours for graduation and need no more
than 6 semester hours to graduate at the end of their junior year may be granted a
summer school stipend not to exceed ½ of the scholarship. The scholarship is
terminated after the summer session.
- Provisional consideration for all scholars: “If an endowed scholarship
recipient does not meet the original 3.0 GPA requirement, the Board reserves the
right to place this student on probation for one semester, only if the cumulative
GPA of 3.0 can be mathematically obtained by the following semester. If it is
determined that the cumulative GPA of 3.0 is not mathematically obtainable the award
will be immediately terminated. This probation option will only be allowed
once during the entire scholarship and
college enrollment period.”
All of the above criteria must be met or the student forfeits the scholarship.
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the Endowed Scholarship Appilcation
Revised October 9, 2011