The Steven Scott Cutter Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Student was founded in 1999 to honor the life of Steven Scott Cutter who was the son of Nancy L. Cutter, an executive of the Foundation for Seacoast Health Administration.
Steven Scott Cutter was an alumnus of St. Thomas Aquinas High School where he graduated in 1989, and a former student of the University of Connecticut, College of Pharmacy where he completed his education in 1994. This scholarship program is given each year during the month of April at the foundation’s annual meeting.
The Steven Scott Cutter Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Student gives its scholarship grant to the students who possess an excellent academic standing, and must be a resident in any of the nine towns within the foundation area which is in New Hampshire and Maine.
In order to qualify for this scholarship program, the candidate is also required to be taking up a health related field. The amount that the Steven Scott Cutter Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Student provides to its recipient is up to $5,000, and the deadline that this scholarship program has set is on February 1.
Students who are pursuing a health related program and have the necessary credentials that make them eligible to apply may then submit their application for the Steven Scott Cutter Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Student on or before its actual deadline. Being at least qualified to make an application is definitely one step closer to a great opportunity so those who want to take advantage of this chance must grab it while it is open.
|Amount:||up to $5000|
|Other Req:||RESIDES IN NH state|