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As described more fully in the NEIU application materials, the University is very pleased to share key terms and conditions for the NEIU For You Scholarship Initiative approved by the Board of Trustees. The Scholarship Initiative will only be awarded to individuals who meet the requirements of the program. The Scholarship Initiative is for new incoming first-year students for their first four years at NEIU. The NEIU for You scholarship expires four years after initial matriculation at NEIU. The Scholarship Initiative program offers a scholarship equal to the amount of tuition remaining due for each qualifying student after taking into account any financial aid grant(s) such student has been awarded (e.g., Pell, MAP, AIM High) so that each student’s out-of-pocket cost includes only related fees during their first four years. For new students, the Scholarship Initiative covers a maximum of 12 credits hours each fall and spring semester, but does not apply to summer semester. To qualify, you must have an annual adjusted gross family income of $60,000 or less and family assets of $50,000 or less. You must be an Illinois resident who attended an Illinois high school and have a cumulative 2.0 high school GPA to receive this scholarship. NEIU will waive the minimum 2.5 GPA admission requirement for eligible students. International students and part-time students are not entitled to this Scholarship Initiative program. Students must register for full-time (at least 12 credits) to qualify for consideration for the Scholarship Initiative. Students can register for more than 12 credits each semester, however, students will be responsible for any tuition and fees beyond 12 credits. The program is non-refundable, e.g., students who do not complete a semester will not be provided any cash or credit benefit. Northeastern Illinois University reserves the right to terminate the Scholarship Initiative when all allotted funds are exhausted, or for any other reason as solely determined by the University.