Qualified female students of Jewish faith who have been accepted for admission to the College (by February 14, 2022) will have the opportunity to interview for the Gilbert Held Endowed Scholarship - a full-tuition scholarship that includes room and board and is renewable for a maximum of four years (eight semesters). The student will be responsible for Wesleyan fees and additional lab/course fees.
· Must be a resident of Georgia who is Jewish
· Must have a high school GPA of 3.0 or higher (HOPE eligible)
· Must retain HOPE eligibility to maintain the full scholarship in subsequent years
Qualified students are encouraged to apply to Wesleyan College using either the free online application or the Common Application, and indicate religious affiliation. Students must apply and be accepted to
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