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There’s still time to apply for merit scholarships at Vanderbilt. The deadline for The Cornelius Vanderbilt Scholarship, The Chancellor’s Scholarship, and several additional merit scholarship opportunities is December 15, 2013.
Posted by Jay Watson on December 4, 2013 in Merit Scholarships, Scholarships and Financial Aid, carell scholarships, Chancellor's Scholarship, Cornelius Vanderbilt Scholarship, curb leadership scholarships, Deadlines, Early Decision, Fred Russell-Grantland Rice Scholarship, Joe B. Wyatt, John Seigenthaler Scholarship, regular decision, Top Tenn Scholarship, Vanderbilt Merit Scholarships
This year, Vanderbilt jumped to number 11 nationally in the U.S. News and World Report ranking of "best value schools." Jay looks at the numbers to see why exactly Vanderbilt ranks as such a good value.
Congratulations, QuestBridge Finalists! Your hard work is paying off, and you’re one step closer to college. If you’ve ranked Vanderbilt as one of your college choices, we thank you – we’re looking forward to reviewing your application! Your work isn’t finished though, and I have answers to your questions about what comes next in the...
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on August 13, 2013 in Application Process, Early Decision, Scholarships and Financial Aid, Uncategorized, admissions counselors, Application Process, Binding Agreement, Common Application, dates and deadlines, Early Action, Early Decision, Financial Aid, matriculation fee, Net Price Calculator, Non-Restrictive Early Action, regular decision, Restrictive Early Action, Single Choice Early Action
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on April 12, 2013 in Application Process, Demonstrated Interest, Scholarships and Financial Aid, Uncategorized, VU Admissions Statistics, admissions counselors, admissions process, Admissions Statistics, class of 2017, Demonstrated Interest, demonstrated need, Financial Aid, new information, wait list
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on November 15, 2012 in Housing, Living on Campus, Scholarships and Financial Aid, Uncategorized, applying, athletics, board of trust, civil rights, college halls, divinity school, elizabeth boddie elliston, Financial Aid, grantland, henry grantland rice, kelly miller smith, max ludwig henning delbruck, merit scholarships, nobel prize, philanthropy, physics, poetry, Research, robert penn warren, school of medicine, stanford moore, the fugitives, vanderbilt aid society
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on March 28, 2012 in Application Process, File Reading Explained, Scholarships and Financial Aid, Transfer Students, Uncategorized, VU Admissions Statistics, admissions counselors, Application Checklist, Arkansas, Dean of Students, File Reading, Need-Based Financial Aid, Office of Housing and Residential Education, Transfer Admissions, Transfer Credit, Utah
Many thanks to the College Inc Blog at the Washington Post for highlighting our expanded aid program as among The 12 Best College Financial Aid Policies. The principles represented in our Three Commitments are central to us here at Vanderbilt.
This is a short and sweet blog post. Just the need-to-knows. If you want more information, refer to my previous posts regarding mailing day. If you have more detailed scholarship questions, check out my merit-scholarship blog from earlier in the month or contact the Office of Financial Aid and Undergraduate Scholarships. Finally, if you have...
Posted by Kylie on March 22, 2011 in General Information, Scholarships and Financial Aid, Vanderbilt Admissions, Vanderbilt Admissions Blog, Vanderbilt Admissions Blogs, Vanderbilt Admissions Committee, Vanderbilt Admissions Website, Vanderbilt Balance, Vanderbilt Blogs, Vanderbilt University, Vanderbilt University Admissions