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EOF Graduate Grant Program
The objective of the graduate EOF program is to increase participation in graduate and professional study of New Jersey residents from backgrounds of historical poverty. Priority in receiving EOF graduate grants shall be given to students who received the EOF undergraduate grant.
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Clyde Ferguson Law Scholarships Eligibility
This scholarship program is open to students who fall within the income guidelines, minority or disadvantaged students with demonstrated financial need, former or current recipients of the EOF undergraduate or graduate grant, or those students who would have been eligible as undergraduates to receive the EOF grant.
All recipients must be New Jersey residents for twelve (12) consecutive months prior to receiving the award and must be enrolled full-time in a program leading toward an initial law degree through either the Minority Student Program at Rutgers University School of Law - Newark, Rutgers University School of Law - Camden, or Seton Hall University Law School.
How to Apply
Martin Luther King, Jr. Physician and Dentist Scholarship Eligibility
This scholarship program is open to students who fall within the income guidelines and who are minority students included in one of the ethnic groups recognized by the Association of American Medical Colleges or the American Association of Dental Schools as underrepresented in the medical or dental professions, or former or current recipients of the New Jersey EOF Article III undergraduate or graduate grant; or those students who would have been eligible as undergraduates for the New Jersey EOF Article III student grant.
Recipients must be legal residents of the State of New Jersey for at least two (2) years immediately before receiving the scholarship and must plan to enroll full-time in a program leading toward a medicaldegree (M.D., D.O. or D.M.D) at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
How to apply