NYU Scholarships/Aid 2010: Root-Tilden (RTK) & Dean's

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Re: NYU Scholarships/Aid 2010: Root-Tilden (RTK) & Dean's

Postby law_monkey » Mon Mar 21, 2011 5:26 pm

sarahh wrote:
law_monkey wrote:
sarahh wrote:
Based on LSN, I am guessing around $50,000 - $75,000.


Total or over 3 years? Because 25,000/year isn't really amazing, but $75,000 for one year is over COA.


Hmm, I think people typically put what it is for all three years.


Then if that's the case there will be no NYU for me without the scholarship. It's just too expensive there. :(

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Re: NYU Scholarships/Aid 2010: Root-Tilden (RTK) & Dean's

Postby neyaae » Mon Mar 21, 2011 5:38 pm

Do you get an invitation for the Dean's scholarship? I thought from their website that everyone is considered - but do they consider everyone and then ask the good looking people to send in an application?

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Re: NYU Scholarships/Aid 2010: Root-Tilden (RTK) & Dean's

Postby law_monkey » Mon Mar 21, 2011 6:11 pm

neyaae wrote:Do you get an invitation for the Dean's scholarship? I thought from their website that everyone is considered - but do they consider everyone and then ask the good looking people to send in an application?


Only named schollies have separate invites as far as I know.

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Re: NYU Scholarships/Aid 2010: Root-Tilden (RTK) & Dean's

Postby Killingly » Sat Jun 18, 2011 8:00 pm

I figured I'd ask this question here rather than making a new thread.

I know that the application directions say that we may apply for any RTK/named scholarships and that we'd need an extra letter of recommendation expressing our commitment to public service. Does this mean that, if applying to two of the scholarships, we'd need two separate LORs? I'd think not, but I don't want to assume anything.




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