Northeastern college is a public junior college located in Sterling, Colorado. It’s a member college of the Colorado junior college System.
The college provides quite 80 programs of study, with courses offered on campus or online. Additionally to traditional courses, the faculty offers courses in agriculture, cosmetology, nursing and wind energy technology. Its main campus is found in north Sterling, Colorado. Campus buildings include the Event Center, which has the Jackson Edwards Arena, where sporting events and concerts are held, and a fitness center. The campus also includes variety of dormitories, a bookstore and also the Monahan Library. The Hays center is the campus edifice.
Northeastern Junior College is dedicated to enhancing academic achievement for all of its students by imparting education, upgrading competencies, and developing educational opportunities for academic advancement and employment opportunities.
- Host University: Northeastern Junior College;
- Host Country: USA;
- Study Level: Undergraduate Level;
- Scholarship Type: Partial Funding;
- Scholarship Worth: 750$;
- Eligible Countries: National and International Students;
- Subjects: All Subjects;
- Application Deadline: April 1st, 2022.
The Freda T. Roof Memorial Scholarship is available for National and International Students for Undergraduate studies at the Northeastern Junior College, USA.
The successful applicants will be awarded $750 for the cost of their education at Northeastern Junior College.
In order to be admissible, candidates are required to be deserving and high-need applicants pursuing a Northeastern Junior College degree.
It is possible for applicants to access the college website to apply for entrance to the college. Any application which is accompanied by a letter of motivation will be accepted immediately.
Applicants are required to present non-official academic records, a letter of motivation as well as a passport print-out.
To be admitted, applicants are required to complete the college’s checklist:
- International application ;
- International student financial statement included in the application;
- Official copy of your English proficiency test results: TOEFL, IELTS, etc., copy to be uploaded in the application;
- Copy of passport or other document proving current citizenship, to be uploaded in the application;
- A certified financial statement from the bank from which the funds originate, to be uploaded in the application file;
- Copies of all scholarship or award letters, government awards, special scholarships from your home country;
- High school equivalency transcripts translated into English if necessary;
- University transcripts, if applicable, and translated into English if necessary.
Conditions of Language:
Students must present the results of the following English language proficiency tests: Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a minimum score of 475 on paper, 150 on computer or 52 on the Internet, International English Testing System (IELTS) with a minimum score of 5.5, iTEP Academic with a score of 3.4.
Michigan Test of English Language proficiency, with a minimum score of 75, completion of Advanced Level 5 in an Intensive English Center, graduation from an American high school after attending for at least two years, STEP Level II assessment or higher, and a special admission waiver approved by the college president.