The Sullivan-Deckard Scholars Opportunity Program provides an opportunity for highly motivated youth who are aging out of foster care to pursue an undergraduate degree. The program offers the benefits of a world-class education at Cleveland State University with a system of support that is customized and structured to meet the academic, social and financial needs.
Eligibility:- Students in foster care who are high school seniors, at least 17 years old and younger than 20 years old- Students who have been in foster care for at least three years or more- Students who will age out of foster care by the date of high school graduation or by the time they begin their college enrollment- Students must apply by February 15 and be admitted to CSU to qualify- Must be legal resident of Ohio and eligible for in-state tuition ratesFor more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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