Prep Schools and External/Private Scholarships

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  1. CannotBeDisplayed

    CannotBeDisplayed Member

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    So I know how scholarships work at the SAs, themselves, but how does the scholarship process work at, say, USNAPS, for example? It's not a four-year college, obviously, so would you have to forfeit any scholarship that specifies being in a two-year or four-year college program (which is just about every scholarship ever)? Or would that be an individual thing about which to contact the scholarship providers?

    Do any current/past prepsters know how this works?
     
  2. dblomomkp2013

    dblomomkp2013 Member

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    CannotBeDisplayed, I sent you a PM.
     
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    I'm curious too. Have you received any information?

    hopefull for all
     
  5. Momma120

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    I would love to know as well!
     
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    I have not received any information on this, and I am curious if I will be able to use some of the scholarships that I have earned thus far at NAPS. They are all non-restrictive, with the only exception being two that cannot be written to me and must be written to the school.
     
  7. phil904

    phil904 NAPSter

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    I found a post from about a year ago of someone who attended NAPS. Although I am not 100% positive myself, I am sure you can place some validity on his statement.

     

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