Frequently Asked Questions - Higher Education Campaign

There may be some questions you have about the Higher Education Campaign.  We will do our best to answer them. If your question is not answered here, please either click back and fill out an inquiry on our form, or you can e-mail info@civicenterprisenetwork.org (Subject: HEC)

WHO CAN APPLY TO THE PROGRAM?

Any student (high school or college) who is not a United States citizen from any country around the world that is applying for an Undergraduate Bachelors Degree (either first time students or transfer students). This is NOT open to Graduate Studies (such as Masters or Doctoral). There are two types of scholarship (Regional is 25% and Hardship is 50%).  Regional means that you are an international student (from any country outside the United States), and Hardship means that you require more scholarship because your financial situation requires it.  


WHAT IS REQUIRED (DOCUMENTS) TO APPLY? 

Universities require different documents depending on the program you choose and the university you are applying.  The one document that is required by HEC to start the evaluation and application process is a copy of your passport mailed to info@civicenterprisenetwork.org with your name.  Other documents may include English scores, American SAT scores, recommendation letters, and a completed application form.  Our organization assists you in filling out the application, and to get the application cost waived (normally a $100.00 or more cost that you can get for free just by applying with our program). 


CAN I USE THIS SCHOLARSHIP AS A TRANSFER STUDENT?

Yes!  You can use our scholarship program as a new student (first time in college) or as a transfer student (transferring from one school to another). 


HOW LONG IS YOUR SCHOLARSHIP GOOD FOR? 

If you are approved to the University, you have up to 4 years of scholarship for an undergraduate degree. 


DO TRANSCRIPTS NEED TO BE SENT IN ENGLISH? 

While different we understand that your transcripts may be in a different language, for the application process, the university will require an English translation to be sent along with the actual transcript. This is standard for any international student that is applying to the United States.