Nova Southeastern University – NSU Scholarships

Nova Southeastern University – NSU Scholarships 

AES Engineer Scholarships for High School Seniors Students at Nova Southeastern University, USA

Study Subject ( s ) : Engineering
Course Level : High school seniors
Scholarship Provider : Nova Southeastern University
Scholarship can be taken at : USA

Eligibility for NSU Engineering Scholarships 

Freshman Applicants

Step 1 – Submit an Application for Admissions

Freshman applicants have two ways to apply

1)      NSU Shark Select Application, or

2)      The Common Application

A non-refundable $50 application is required either for the NSU Shark Select Application or the Common Application.

* Students interested in Applied Professional Studies, Cardiovascular Sonography, Medical Sonography, Nursing (BSN/MSN), Recreational Therapy, or Respiratory Therapy must submit an application for admission using the specific Nova Southeastern University application found by clicking here.  

Instructions

Complete and submit the NSU Shark Select Application or the Common Application (choose one or the other). NSU has an optional essay. Applicants who choose to submit an essay will choose one of the five prompts provided on the Common Application or an original writing sample of their choice if using the NSU Shark Select Application.

Step 2 – Official Transcripts and Recommendations

Your counselor can submit your transcript and recommendation either electronically through Naviance, SendEDU or the Common Application. One counselor or teacher recommendation is required. Additional recommendations are optional. If documents are not submitted electronically, they can also be mailed to Nova Southeastern University at:

Nova Southeastern University
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
3301 College Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33314

Home School Education Students
Send Verification of Compliance and Completion of Home Education Program, to include:

  • Copy of teacher’s evaluation or district confirmation, or
  • Verification of a passing score on the state student assessment test (FSA – Florida), administered by a certified teacher

For more information on AP and IB courses, please visit  Transfer Evaluation Services for Undergraduate Students.

Step 3 – Submit SAT/ACT Scores

Submit your official SAT or ACT score report directly from the testing agency.  For the old SAT taken prior to March 2016, NSU only considers the critical reading and math scores.

  • SAT Code 5514
  • ACT Code 6706

Step 4 – Complete the School Report (Common Application only)

The School Report should be completed b your college or guidance counselor and is available on the Common Application website. Please have your counselor submit this report with your official transcripts and your school profile.

Step 5 – Additional Recommendations

One letter of recommendation from a teacher is required, but you may submit up to a total of three letters. The letter can be found and completed online through the Common Application Teacher Evaluation form. In addition, you can submit the letter(s) in the supplemental items area of the NSU Shark Select Application. Paper letters of recommendation may be mailed to:

Nova Southeastern University
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
3301 College Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33314

Transfer Applicants

Step 1 – Submit an Application for Admissions

Transfer applicants have two ways to apply:*

1)      NSU Shark Select Transfer Application, or

2)      The Common Application

A non-refundable $50 application is required either for the NSU Shark Select Application or the Common Application.

* Students interested in Applied Professional Studies, Cardiovascular Sonography, Medical Sonography, Nursing (BSN/MSN), Recreational Therapy, or Respiratory Therapy must submit an application for admission using the specific Nova Southeastern University application found by clicking here.  

Step 2 – Official Transcripts

Request that official transcripts from all current and previous schools and/or institutions be sent directly to NSU.  For applicants with less than 24 college credits, please send official high school transcripts.  It is also possible that official test scores may be requested of those with less than 24 college credits.  Please send to:

Nova Southeastern University
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
3301 College Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33314

For more information on transfer credits, please visit Transfer Evaluation Services for Undergraduate Students.

Step 3 – Submit SAT/ACT Scores

If requested, please submit the official SAT or ACT score report directly from the testing agency.**  NSU super scores both the SAT and ACT so if you take the exam more than once, you must submit all of your test scores to ensure we have your best and highest composite scores on record.  NSU currently only considers the critical reading and math score for the SAT.  For the ACT, NSU does not utilize the optional writing section.

  • SAT Code 5514
  • ACT Code 6706

International Applicants

Step 1 – Submit an Application for Admissions

Freshman applicants have two ways to apply.*

1)      NSU Shark Select International Application, or

2)      The Common Application

A non-refundable $50 application is required either for the NSU Shark Select Application or the Common Application.

* Students interested in Applied Professional Studies, Cardiovascular Sonography, Medical Sonography, Nursing (BSN/MSN), Recreational Therapy, or Respiratory Therapy must submit an application for admission using the specific Nova Southeastern University application found by clicking here.  

Instructions

Complete and submit the NSU Shark Select Application or the Common Application (choose one or the other). NSU has an optional essay. Applicants who choose to submit an essay will choose one of the five prompts provided on the Common Application or an original writing sample of their choice if using the NSU Shark Select Application.

Step 2 – Submit Evaluation of Secondary School/Post-Secondary Credentials

You will need to send original or certified copies of your home country’s credentials as part of your application. You must also submit a copy of any terminating or qualifying examination results or certificates if applicable.

Students who have earned CXC or O-level certificates, HSC, BGCSE and CAPE must provide five passing scores in academic subjects and proof of secondary school completion.

All documents written in a foreign language must be accompanied by a notarized/certified English translation. Please note that both documents are required—the original in your first language and the English translation.

Please see “Examinations”  for possible college credit for certain examinations.

  • For students with Post-Secondary Credentials (Transfer Students)

If your university course work was completed outside of the United States, you must have your transcript evaluated by a NACES accredited organization. A list of these organizations can be found at http://naces.org/members.html.  Please ensure the degree and course equivalencies along with the grade point average (GPA) are included in the evaluation.

Step 3 – Submit Proof of English Language Proficiency

We require proof of English proficiency from ALL student unless they are from these countries – Commonwealth Caribbean, Bermuda, Canada, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, South Africa, Australia or New Zealand. Exceptions can be made with Skype interviews.

Students for whom their high school education was NOT at an English speaking institution or for whom English is NOTtheir native language, must be able to demonstrate adequate English skills by submitting one of the following:

  • Proof of graduation from a U.S. regionally-accredited high school.
  • College transcript with one “English Composition One” course at a U.S. regionally-accredited college with a grade of C or better.
  • Proof of English language proficiency with a passing score on one of the following:
    • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL): 213 on the computer-based test; 550 on the paper-based test; or 79 on the Internet-based test
    • International English Language Testing System (IELTS*): 6.0 on the test module
    • Pearson Test of English-Academic (PTE Academic): Overall score of 54 or higher
    • Passing Level 9 from TALK International
    • SAT verbal score of 480, Re-designed SAT verbal scores of 520 or above, or ACT verbal score of 20

Step 4 – Complete the School Report (Common Application only)

The School Report should be completed b your college or guidance counselor and is available on the Common Application website. Please have your counselor submit this report with your official transcripts and your school profile.

Step 5 – Additional Recommendations

One letter of recommendation from a teacher is required, but you may submit up to a total of three letters. The letter can be found and completed online through the Common Application Teacher Evaluation form. In addition, you can submit the letter(s) in the supplemental items area of the NSU Shark Select Application. Paper letters of recommendation may be mailed to:

Nova Southeastern University
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
3301 College Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33314