Beginning in the fall of 2020, AIC is delighted to announce that it will be offering twelve full-tuition, entrance-year scholarships to first-year undergraduate applicants (full-time study only) who demonstrate great academic potential, a thirst for knowledge, and a deep and demonstrable commitment to the public good. AIC’s Ibn Khaldun Scholars who finish their first year in good academic standing will be eligible to apply for federal and state grant assistance to cover the cost of tuition in subsequent years. Students of all backgrounds and faith traditions are welcomed to apply.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS EXTENDED
Applicants must submit a complete AIC application for undergraduate study, plus a 1000 word essay on the transformative power of education for making a difference in the world and two letters of recommendation: one from someone who can speak to the student’s academic promise (such as a teacher) and one from a mentor, supervisor, or community member who can speak to the student’s commitment to the public good. Applicants should inform those writing letters of recommendation that such letters should be signed, scanned, and sent directly to Dr. Timothy J Gianotti, Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the subject heading, IBN KHALDUN. All other materials can be submitted by the applicant online according to the standard application protocols (see Application Procedures). Members of the Ibn Khaldun Scholarship Committee will be announcing their final decisions on these competitive awards in late July, 2020, in sha’ allah. Therefore, the deadline will not be extended further. So candidates should be sure to submit their materials well in advance of July 23. Please do not hesitate to contact the College if you have questions. We are here to help!
For more details, please contact the AIC Registrar at email@example.com.