As a public institution with its roots in teacher education, Chadron State takes pride in its accessibility. The curriculum has grown to offer programs and courses in 65 majors and endorsements and eight master’s degree programs. The five bachelor’s degree programs attracting the most students are business administration, education, biology-health sciences, justice studies and rangeland management. Chadron State’s approach of offering a top quality education for a reasonable cost has helped improve the lives of countless graduates, many who were the first in their families to attend college. Alumni from near and afar testify that Chadron State was a major factor in their success and is responsible for the best years of their lives.
To be eligible for an academic merit-based scholarship, graduate students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 for all previous work attempted at all colleges attended prior to their enrollment at Chadron State College. Students will continue to receive the scholarship as long as they maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Once Chadron State College receives an applicant’s admission application, supporting documentation, and official transcripts, college personnel will review the materials to determine applicant’s eligibility for the scholarship. Applicant’s do not need to apply for the Non-resident Scholars Program. Qualified applicants will be awarded the scholarship automatically and informed by mail and/or email.
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