For over 100 years, students worldwide have made Coe College their second home. Cultural diversity expands our campus borders and allows all students to learn from one another. This scholarship seeks to continue Coe’s support of making international education a priority.
This scholarship is in the amount of tuition the year the student enters Coe and is renewable for three additional years. To be eligible, students must be first-time college student, reside on campus and complete the application for admission process and the separate full-tuition scholarship application.
Coe College values a diverse international population and offers financial assistance to qualified students through renewable scholarships, grants and on-campus work-study. Our funds are not limitless and generally, students should expect to pay for a portion of their college expenses (at least one-half or more).Table of Content
Coe College is a private liberal arts college in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Founded in 1851, the institution is historically affiliated with the Presbyterian Church. It is a member of the Associated Colleges of the Midwest and the Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities Coe is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, the American Chemical Society, the National Association of Schools of Music, the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education, and the Iowa Department of Education. The baccalaureate degree in nursing at Coe College is accredit... read more
This scholarship is in the amount of tuition the year the student enters Coe and is renewable for three additional years.
To be eligible to apply, a student must be a non-citizen or non-permanent resident of the United States and attend a foreign high school. Students must intend to enroll as full-time, undergraduate degree-seeking student, live in on-campus residential housing and meet all the requirements for admission to Coe College.
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