Scholarships for Twins and Multiples

 

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Scholarships for Multiples Who Attend the Same College Sterling College, Sterling KS. Sterling College has had a Twin Scholarship program for over two decades. Each twin (or Wilson College, Chambersburg, PA. Wilson College is a coeducational liberal arts institution that offers an annual Carl. Sterling College Twin Award.

Amount: 50% tuition for each student. Deadline: Automatically awarded if both twins attend. Sterling College offers quite a discount for any twins or multiples that attend their school.

This is an automatic scholarship, and students aren’t exempt from qualifying for other scholarships either (bonus!). As evidence of Lake Erie College’s responsiveness to the desires of our students, we offer the Lake Erie College Twins scholarship. This full-tuition scholarship (up to 18 credit hours per semester) is awarded 50/50 if both students are enrolled full-time at Lake Erie College. The all-female Wilson College offers the Twins and Triplets scholarship, which provides a 45% discount on tuition as long as all students remain enrolled full-time.

This association offers several scholarships to twins and other multiples, as well as the parents of multiples. Twins Days Festival Twins Scholarship. The Twins Days Festival (held every year in Twinsburg, Ohio) awards $1,000 each to qualifying twins who have attended three of the last five festivals.

Are you and your twin inseparable? Try these scholarships for college. Examples include the Lake Erie College Twins Scholarship and Sterling College Two-for-One Twins Scholarship. For other colleges that offer discounts for twins, triplets and other multiples, look at the list of scholarships compiled by the Mid-Atlantic Twin Registry. This festival awards a $1,000 scholarship to a pair of twins each year, to help with college expenses.

The winning pair of twins must be seniors in high school and have attended and registered at least three of the last five festivals. The Illinois Organization of Mothers of Twins Clubs awards four scholarships each year, not to actual twins but to the mothers or fathers of twin siblings who want to continue their own. Apply for a twin or multiple scholarship.

Numerous colleges throughout the U.S. offer discounted admission when one or more of a set of multiples attend their school. Some of the scholarships are for a moderate amount, but others will cover the cost of one entire tuition, essentially giving you a two-for-one rate. Hi! I am a high school sophomore and I am looking for scholarships (Never too early!).

I wanted to know if anyone had any scholarships they knew of that related to twins or multiples. I’ve seen ones that have the twin going to the same school, but we will most likely be going to different ones. The EFC is important because it represents what a college will expect a family to pay, at a minimum, for one year of college for one child.

So if a family’s EFC is $10,000 and the college costs.

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Tuition reduction for siblings, need-based scholarship grants, two full-tuition memorial scholarships are awarded each year based on a combination of merit and need available.

“Private Secondary Schools” by Peterson's
from Private Secondary Schools
by Peterson’s
Peterson’s, 2011

However, some colleges in the United States offer two-for-one scholarships to twins and some companies provide discounted clothing for young multiples [24,25].

“Twin Mythconceptions: False Beliefs, Fables, and Facts about Twins” by Nancy L. Segal
from Twin Mythconceptions: False Beliefs, Fables, and Facts about Twins
by Nancy L. Segal
Elsevier Science, 2017

One approach is to provide your children with ample earning opportunities beginning at an early age while at the same time informing them that you will match the funds they set aside for a college education as well as matching other funds they earn in the form of scholarships.

“Common Sense Economics: What Everyone Should Know About Wealth and Prosperity” by James D. Gwartney, Richard L. Stroup, Dwight R. Lee, Tawni Hunt Ferrarini
from Common Sense Economics: What Everyone Should Know About Wealth and Prosperity
by James D. Gwartney, Richard L. Stroup, et. al.
St. Martin’s Press, 2010

Check out schools that give merit scholarships.

“Making the Most of Your Money Now: The Classic Bestseller Completely Revised for the New Economy” by Jane Bryant Quinn
from Making the Most of Your Money Now: The Classic Bestseller Completely Revised for the New Economy
by Jane Bryant Quinn
Simon & Schuster, 2009

Scholarships can range from small amounts up to the full cost of schooling.

“Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2009” by U.S. Department of Labor
from Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2009
by U.S. Department of Labor
Skyhorse, 2008

One approach is to provide your children with ample earning opportunities beginning at an early age while, at the same time, informing them that you will match the funds they set aside for a college education and other funds they earn in the form of scholarships.

“Common Sense Economics: What Everyone Should Know About Wealth and Prosperity” by James D. Gwartney, Richard L. Stroup, Dwight R. Lee, Tawni Hunt Ferrarini
from Common Sense Economics: What Everyone Should Know About Wealth and Prosperity
by James D. Gwartney, Richard L. Stroup, et. al.
St. Martin’s Press, 2005

Let’s assume you have a child who will be starting college in ten years, and you would like to be able to provide $20,000 toward his college education and let him provide the balance in some way— scholarships, savings, or work.

“Master Your Money: A Step-by-Step Plan for Experiencing Financial Contentment” by Ron Blue, Michael Blue
from Master Your Money: A Step-by-Step Plan for Experiencing Financial Contentment
by Ron Blue, Michael Blue
Moody Publishers, 2016

The sum necessary to establish one scholarship will be approximately $6,000.

“Optometric Weekly”
from Optometric Weekly
by
Professional Press, 1924

On these scholarships, cf.

“Time, Work, and Culture in the Middle Ages” by Jacques Le Goff, Arthur Goldhammer
from Time, Work, and Culture in the Middle Ages
by Jacques Le Goff, Arthur Goldhammer
University of Chicago Press, 1982

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  • This was awesome for you and great that you gave back that which you didn’t need to help out other students. I wish you all the best. And thanks for the tips. God’s love and blessngs!!!

  • I have a question, if you have left over scholarship money, do you get to buy food and stuff with that like at stores? Sorry I’m 9 and I like asking questions

  • Hello, my name is Allison, I am from Costa Rica, I hope you are well, I am committed to your YouTube channel and I must say that I love your videos, I am writing to you because recently I began to think about what I will do after school and I It seemed a very good option to study at a university in the United States, I was very interested in the Minnesota State University but I had no idea that the cost would be so high, I recently saw your video about the different scholarships offered by different institutions and I followed your advice I started looking everywhere for scholarships that could help me but I have not found anything and I am starting to get desperate and sad as I am willing to work and do whatever it takes to pay for my studies but it is still very difficult for me, I’m still a minor and I’m studying so it’s not possible for me to get a real job with a fixed salary that supports me, I really don’t know if you know something I could do or if you could only talk to me.
    I seriously feel very bad about this and I need someone I could talk to about this, I really appreciate your help and have a good day.

  • Well my mom is a nurse for OSU and so I could go to OSU without a MAJOR discount but I’m not really sure if they could provide the most knowledge I need to get the job I want that other schools that are more meant for could

  • A applied to 8 scholarships and I got the best one out of all of them. It is called Gates Millennium Scholarship. This scholarship is no longer accepting but they have Gates Scholarship, it’s 2.0 version from the first one

  • I’m already enrolled at a university(MSU) but I am a US citizen who resides in Nigeria. Does this apply to me? Cuz some require residency… helppppp

  • Now that you’re becoming a college freshman, can you also post about how you’re preparing for college in terms of organization e.g. what spreadsheets should incoming freshmen make, how to make them, tips/advice for incoming freshman to navigate college life?

  • Ack, I’m so worried. I don’t even know if I can get one or into my top colleges. I’m East Asian and we’re held to WAY higher standards by colleges. It’s hard enough for me since I have ADHD so having to score 140 points higher than someone white on the SATS in some schools to have the same chance. Odds really are against me lol.

  • I am from the Philippines i just need about $12000 to cover up my whole tuition in college�� i work so hard i have 2 jobs but i can’t still afford it because i have a lot of responsiblities

  • There were so many amazing tips in the video that will help college students. I wish I had these tips when I was headed to college! xo

  • Omg thank you! You listed websites that I could never find on my own but are so helpful and informative! What u did saved me hours of stress and panic!!

  • Gurlll, well done for getting your degree without stacking up debt. You have given yourself a big head start. I can’t rate you enough ����

  • Heyy, I am an international student and it is nice to see that you dedicated part of your video to help us out! Doesn’t happen a lot hahaha, good luck on your studies!

  • I haven’t finished the entire video yet, (THANK YOU FOR MAKING IT BTW). But I saw the section on state schools and just want to share to research into the school specially if you are transferring from community school. The university I go to (state) doesn’t offer any scholarship merit based to transferred students.

  • Going into my senior year with a 3.92 GPA & act score 22 (first time taken, awaiting my last test results), and I’m honestly concerned about scholarships.

  • you’re like a big sister, thank u so much for making this. would love to collab should i get into usc/ucla!! see u in cali (hopefully) 😉

  • Most of the scholarships that are “easy” to apply for/get is the when the person applying is still in high school. It’s tough looking for undergrad scholarships

  • Great advice Bee! I think it’s incredible that you are walking away from nursing school without having any loans hanging over your head. SO many young people start their lives with so much debt hanging over their heads. I’m so happy you’re sharing your tips with everyone! ❤️

  • I wish I knew this information to tell my a friend of mine. She racked up so many loans. This is very informative. Thank you for sharing ����!

  • Im a low income student usually college is community college in my family (which is okay) but I want to experience college and go into dentistry I ima be a junior hopefully I can get scholarships for college thank you!!

  • I’m in medical school now and I wish I was this informed about scholarships when I was a high school senior! Thanks for informing our youth!

  • I’m so proud of you If I saw this when I was in HS I woulda followed you and take so much notes such a good example keep it up wishing you the best ����

  • Very informative Nurse Bee. This video Will find the right viewers and they Will benefit.
    Oya where are the college applicants…. Come and watch and be informed

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  • Sooo i have a question, I’m a sophomore and I’m trying to start getting money early so that way I have enough by the time I go to college. Most of my teachers have told me I can start getting scholarships early and I have begun to search for some that except my grade level. So can I apply for these scholarships even if I’m a sophomore and will I still be able to use them by the time I pick a college. ( if I win) if someone could tell me i would really appreciate it °¬°

  • First I would like to congratulate you.These are really amazing tips.I remember when I was applying fir mine,these were exact requirements.

  • Very good advice,because when it comes to applying for scholarships you need all the help and advice you are lucky to get. Thanks for sharing

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  • Are all those scholarships only apply to high school graduates. I just graduated college with an associate in liberal arts but I’m currently enroll in school to get my bachelor in health sciences. Am I eligible to apply for any of those scholarship

  • I wish I had this information back in 2008 when I went to college ��. However, I’m glad you are sharing this information for upcoming college students…this information is so necessary & helpful. You are such a jewel for doing this. God blesses the blessed ��. & Blessings to all your future endeavors! ❤

  • Wish I had seen this before I went to school. For some reason the time between senior year and freshman year of college was such a blur. Very useful tips!

  • Hi!!! I’m from Romania and your video is like a start for my research about the scholarships. My question is: Does it cost to apply to these scholarships???

  • Great info, I am looking to start college & would love to apply for scholarships. I will definitely look into the tips you mentioned