Applications are now invited for the Higher Education Opportunity Scholarship/HEO Scholarship. This scholarship provides tuition fee assistance of undergraduate degree at the the University of Florida for each of the winning students. To apply, the application packet must be received no later than 1 November 2016.
The University of Florida’s Higher Education Opportunity (HEO) is offering scholarship for children of full-time TEAMS employees. The program provides the opportunity of tuition assistance for an undergraduate education at the University of Florida. Human Resource Services will choose at random 50 children of TEAMS employees from a pool of eligible applicants to participate in the program.
The university will pay the in-state matriculation fees (the actual tuition minus any additional fees for building, capital improvement, financial aid, technology, activities, athletic, health, transportation, etc.) for up to twelve credit hours during the fall and spring semesters and six credit hours during the summer semesters for child of each selected employee.
Level and Area of Studies
Undergraduate degree in any field.
Place of Study
At the University of Florida in the U.S.A.
Eligibility and Criteria
To be eligible, all students must meet the criteria as follow:
- He or she must be the natural, adopted, step, foster, or any other child for which legal guardianship can be documented, of a full-time TEAMS employee
- He or she will continue to be eligible for the program through the end of the calendar year in which the child turns 26 years of age
- The program is not limited to incoming freshmen only. Parents of students who would like to transfer to UF may submit their child’s name for consideration for the HEO as well.
The U.S. students may apply this scholarship.
You must visit the application link below and learn further instruction of application process at the web-page.
1 November 2016.
For questions regarding the HEO Scholarship, you can contact to program coordinator Kenya Williams at kenya-williams-at-ufl.edu, or 352-273-1761.