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Lauren Clark, Jaime Sperandio, Emily Moores
Last Update: May 16, 2013
The Cincinnati Pride Grant, in conjunction with federal, state, and institutional aid, covers the cost of tuition for graduates of the Cincinnati Public School District who meet certain eligibility requirements.
As part of the University of Cincinnati’s long-standing partnership with the Cincinnati Public School System, graduates of Cincinnati Public Schools who have not attended another post-secondary institution may apply for the Pride Grant through student financial aid. Priority is given to those students with the greatest financial need who might not otherwise be able to afford a college education.
Scholars who receive the Cincinnati Pride Grant agree to participate in the Cincinnati Pride Program. Through the Cincinnati Pride Program, students are encouraged to use various academic support services to help them succeed. As part of the support we offer our scholars, the Cincinnati Pride Grant advisor works with an array of offices and resources on campus, including the Academic Coaching and Peer Tutoring programs, AESS Seminar Course, Counseling Center, Disability Services Office, Foreign Language Lab, Math Lab, Math Success Seminar, Supplemental Instruction program, and PEER Drop-In Writing Center.
To receive this award each term, you must:
You will receive information from the program manager in the Student Financial Aid Office regarding contract renewals and eligibility. All contracts are processed via the Student Financial Aid Office.
Additional information regarding the Cincinnati Pride Grant can be accessed via the Student Financial Aid Office's CPG Fact Sheet*
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