The Wright State University chapter of Golden Key International Honour Society, in order to serve the ideals upon which our Society is founded, will award at least one scholarship to a member recognized for their scholarly pursuits, as well as chapter involvement, campus involvement and service to the community. Each applicant will be evaluated based on the above criteria, résumé, letters of recommendation, statement of personal commitment, presentation of self, and response to interview questions. The minimum amount will be $100 and depending on the chapter fundraising, more may be available. One additional member will receive the Outstanding Member Award and the amount of the scholarship dependent upon fundraising pursuits. These scholarships are intended to reward individuals whose involvement in the chapter and community exemplify the mission and values of Golden Key International Honour Society.
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Golden Key believes in rewarding its members for their academic, leadership and service excellence. To this end, the society offers more than $1,000,000 (USD) in member-only scholarships and awards annually.
Golden Key's scholarship and awards are administered by Golden Key headquarters and require a formal application. Each scholarship has a unique submission deadline and application process. For details about each of the scholarship programs, please go to the scholarship listing. All scholarship submissions must be written in English.
Impartial selection committees composed of educators specializing in fields specific to each scholarship program will select the winners. In selecting the winners, the committees will consider a number of factors related directly to each program. These factors are outlined in each scholarship listing. The decisions of the selection committees are final and are not subject to appeal or review. Applicants must adhere to the stated deadlines - no extensions will be granted.
The bylaws of Golden Key International Honour Society strictly prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, handicap, age, sexual orientation or marital status. Golden Key reserves the right to alter any scholarship details as needed
The University Honors Program (UHP) is pleased to announce a brand new service for Wright State students—the National Scholarship Resource Center (NSRC). Located online here and administered by the Honors Program Associate Director Alex Wenning, the NSRC is here to provide Wright State Students with the most comprehensive and up–to–date information about national scholarships such as the Truman, Marshall, and Rhodes. The UHP will be updating the site on a regular basis with new information and upcoming deadlines.