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Congratulations! 

You have been directed to this Website so that you may be considered for a limited number of Darwin T. Turner Scholarships.  In addition to being awarded scholarship funding via Cincinnatus, Darwin T. Turner Scholars are considered for financial awards at two levels. All eligible students will be reviewed for both award levels.

  • Darwin T. Turner Scholarships: In-state tuition, fees, and a book allowance
  • Darwin T. Turner Plus Awards:  A limited number of students will be assured that their total UC scholarship package will equal in-state tuition, fees, room, board, and a book allowance

Application for Turner Scholarships is by invitation only for students who meet the outlined criteria.

Essay Submission

You are only 2 essays away from being reviewed for Darwin T. Turner Scholarships. Consideration is given to students who complete the following items by January 31, 2014

Click on the links above to complete and submit your essays. You must complete both essays and submit them via email by January 31st for full consideration. Your submissions will then be shared, along with your admission file, with the Darwin T. Turner selection committee.

Submissions for the 2014 Darwin T. Turner Scholarship consideration
will now be accepted through 12 noon on Monday, February 3rd
.

 

Turner Scholars

The Darwin T. Turner Scholars Program (formerly known as the Minority Scholars Program) is offered by the Office of Ethnic Programs & Services and honors an African American student who, at the age of 16, was the youngest person ever to graduate from the University of Cincinnati. The program promotes academic excellence, fosters diversity, and provides leadership opportunities to incoming students. In addition to receiving full-tuition funding, Darwin T. Turner Scholars are expected to participate in programs and activities designed to improve their intellectual, personal and professional development. 

If you have questions, please contact us via email or call 513-556-6008.

Good luck as we consider and select the Darwin T. Turner Scholars for 2014-15!

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