WUSTL Scholly Stipulations?

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WUSTL Scholly Stipulations?

Postby josh43299 » Tue Jan 17, 2012 9:21 pm

I have looked through LSN and TLS forums for what the stipulations for WUSTL's generous merit scholarships were last year. Anyone know what were typical for their 1/2 - Full (Non-URM) scholarships in this regard?

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Re: WUSTL Scholly Stipulations?

Postby cbp3443 » Tue Jan 17, 2012 9:38 pm

Basically you have to be in good standing = not fail out.

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Re: WUSTL Scholly Stipulations?

Postby josh43299 » Tue Jan 17, 2012 10:04 pm

cbp3443 wrote:Basically you have to be in good standing = not fail out.


Okay, great. I figured the harsh stipulations requirements would be more of the lower T2 or TTT(T)'s thing, but didn't know about WUSTL specifically.

Thanks

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Re: WUSTL Scholly Stipulations?

Postby cactuarX3 » Tue Jan 17, 2012 10:10 pm

josh43299 wrote:
cbp3443 wrote:Basically you have to be in good standing = not fail out.


Okay, great. I figured the harsh stipulations requirements would be more of the lower T2 or TTT(T)'s thing, but didn't know about WUSTL specifically.

Thanks


False. UCLA stipulates a 2.5 minimum GPA for its scholarships

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Re: WUSTL Scholly Stipulations?

Postby josh43299 » Wed Jan 18, 2012 6:49 pm

cactuarX3 wrote:
josh43299 wrote:
cbp3443 wrote:Basically you have to be in good standing = not fail out.


Okay, great. I figured the harsh stipulations requirements would be more of the lower T2 or TTT(T)'s thing, but didn't know about WUSTL specifically.

Thanks


False. UCLA stipulates a 2.5 minimum GPA for its scholarships


Thank you for your correction. I guess staying above the bottom 5% is harsh, making my presumption false. :roll:




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