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In order to qualify, students must meet the following criteria:
Application requirements for the NJ Governor’s Urban Scholarship Program are:
Award Amount: The value of the award is subject to annual state appropriations. HESAA will notify the recipient if the amount of his/her award changes. After classes start, HESAA will send half of the student's total annual award to his/her college/university. This payment is made after HESAA receives confirmation of the student's enrollment. In most cases, the school will defer payment of the amount of the award on the student's term bill. If the student's term bill does not reflect the award, he/she should contact the school. Awards may be renewed if the student meets the following criteria: file a FAFSA and the state grant application by the established state deadlines; enroll at an eligible New Jersey institution and receive payment; demonstrate financial aid (NJEI below 10,500); continue full-time matriculated enrollment; and maintain satisfactory academic progress. Eligibility is limited to five semesters of payment at a two-year institution and eight semesters of payment at a four-year institution. Eligibility is limited to 10 semesters of payment for a bona fide five-year degree program that requires five years of undergraduate study.
The total dollars awarded for this scholarship is $965.
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