Undergraduate Karen Lake Scholarship Application - 2021

    Karen Lake Scholarship Application 2021
    To be eligible, this scholarship requires students to have a 3.5 (unweighted) high school cumulative GPA.

    Applicants must meet all scholarship requirements and be accepted to Chatham in order to qualify for scholarship consideration. 

    ALANA students, students with high academic promise, and students with financial need are encouraged to apply.


    Application Procedure

    - You may apply by completing the application below
    - Attendance at one Academic Scholarship Day is required
    - Submit an essay from one of the topics listed below
    - Provide a personal résumé. Personal résumés should include extracurricular activities, community service, job experience, involvement, etc.
    - It is optional, but highly recommended, to submit a supplement to your application. Examples of supplemental pieces include: DVD of a student play, CD of music performed, presentation of student artwork, newspaper articles outlining student achievements, or any other relevant summary of your accomplishments. Students may also express this through an online account (like ZeeMee) by attaching a link to your profile in the provided space below. .

    Deadline for application is February 1st.

    Mail any supplemental materials to the address listed below
    Chatham University - Karen Lake Scholarship Application 
    Office of Admission
    1 Woodland Road
    Pittsburgh, PA 15232
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    Complete a short essay (350-500 words) responding to one of the following essay prompts:
    1. "Why are you interested in attending Chatham University? Discuss your intended major and why you are interested in that major." 
    2. "Discuss the impact that this scholarship will have on you in regards to helping you reach your future goals.”

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