Out-of-state scholarship money at Baylor

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  1. bobcat

    bobcat Member

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    Does anyone know what the average out-of-state scholarship is for 1st year students at Baylor? I got a scholarship offer today in the mail and was wondering if this was just standard for all out-of-state accepted students. Thanks!
     
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  3. praying4MD

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    Congratulations on your scholarship! I don't believe it is standard procedure to offer scholarships to out-of-state applicants. I know of an out-of-stater who is now a 4th year who is on scholarship at Baylor. She was a stellar applicant and was offered the scholarship basically to keep her from accepting her offers at Harvard and Duke. It worked. She basically got paid to go to med school and even took a year off. She will be graduating with zero loans. Anyway, sorry I can't be of more help, but congrats again. It certainly is an accomplishment!
     
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    Is this free money or part of some program, like MSTP?
     
  5. synite

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    i received a letter as well...but i've heard that it is standard procedure for out-of-staters to receive approximately $4-5,000 per year (as long as they maintain out-of-state status). once you declare texas residency, you pay instate and the scholarship doesn't apply anymore. i could be wrong...
     
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    I can't remember the exact amount, but all out-of-state students receive a scholarship approximately worth $4500 each year that they continue to have out-of-state residency.
     

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