Note: School counselors from eligible high schools please visit the link provided to you by the St. Lawrence University Admissions Office.
What is the Augsbury/North Country Scholarship?
The Augsbury/North Country Scholarship was established in 1974 and serves to recognize academic and co-curricular leadership among designated North Country and Canadian high school students. The $108,000 scholarship ($27,000 per year) is awarded to up to two nominated students from each eligible high school. Students who are nominated and admitted to St. Lawrence, but not selected as scholars, will receive an $72,000 scholarship ($18,000 peryear) to recognize their nomination.
Who is named an Augsbury/North Country Scholar?
More than 100 high schools in nine counties of the North Country and Canada are designated as eligible schools for the Augsbury/North Country Scholarship competition. Counselors at participating schools may nominate up to two students annually; each student must have a grade point average of 90 or higher (80 or higher on the Canadian grading scale) at the end of grade 11. Nominations must be submitted by July 15 before the student's senior year. Students must submit the completed Common Application no later than December 1.
July 15th: Deadline for high schools to submit nominees
December 1st: Deadline for completed Common Applications
October 1 - December 1: Submit your FAFSA and required supporting documents to the Financial Aid Office
Notification of Decision and Financial Aid Award
Mid-December: Decision letter and financial aid award mailed first-class to applicants
Mary Kelley, Senior Assistant Director of Admissions, is the contact for New York schools. She can be reached at 315-229-5259 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For international students and high schools, please contact Musa Khalidi, Director of International Admissions at 315-229-5646 or via email: email@example.com.