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What is the Abigail Adams Scholarship?

What is the Abigail Adams Scholarship?

Overview. The John and Abigail Adams Scholarship is a merit-based program that provides a credit toward tuition for up to eight semesters of undergraduate education at a Massachusetts state college or university.

How much is UNH deposit?

Pay your enrollment deposit by May 1 — $600 if you plan to live on campus, $400 if you’ll be commuting.

What is the New England Regional Student Program?

NEBHE’s Tuition Break program, the New England Regional Student Program (RSP), provides significant tuition savings to residents of the six New England states when they enroll at out-of-state public colleges and universities within New England and pursue approved programs.

How much does it cost to go to UNH for 4 years?

Durham undergraduate costs 2020-2021

Resident Regional
Tuition $15,520 $27,160
Fees $3,418 $3,418
Double Room $7,660 $7,660
Board $4,582 $4,582

Does UNH give good financial aid?

Financial Aid does more than make UNH affordable. By easing your financial challenges, it allows you to embrace the full “360-degree” student experience that defines a great UNH education. It’s easy to apply. The sooner you apply, the better!

What is the Koplik Certificate of Mastery with Distinction?

Koplik Certificate of Mastery with Distinction are eligible for an award of a non-need-based tuition credit for state-supported undergraduate courses. Individual student awards shall be no more than the resident undergraduate tuition rate at the participating institution.

Does UMass Dartmouth give merit scholarships?

Merit-based scholarships are determined by the requirements of each individual scholarship. For high school and transfer students entering UMassD this fall, there are some scholarships specifically for incoming freshmen and transfer students.

What score do you need to pass the MCAS?


What is a regional student at UNH?

The New England Regional Student Program (NERSP) allows students from the six New England states to pay a reduced tuition rate at another New England state’s public college/university if their state institution doesn’t offer the bachelor’s degree program they’re interested in.