The Williston Jones Full-Tuition
Scholarship Program *

November 12, 2016 Event
Application Deadline: Tuesday, October 11, 2016

February 19, 2017 Event
Application Deadline: Monday, January 2, 2017

Williston Jones, the founder of Coe College, was a man of great conviction. His passion for education led him to Daniel Coe, a New York farmer, who donated the funds necessary to purchase the land that made Coe College a reality. From its inception in 1851, Coe College has admitted men and women on an equal basis. In addition, these founding fathers and other members of the original board of trustees were early advocates of equal rights and education for all individuals, regardless of gender, race or ethnicity.

The Williston Jones Scholarship Program seeks to further their legacy of enriching the educational experience by inclusion of a wide range of voices. Williston Jones Scholarships exist for a variety of our prospective student populations.

  • Distinguished Trustee Scholarship - Open only to select prospective students who have received a special invitation to apply and demonstrate an ability to positively impact the campus.
  • Diversity Leadership Scholarship - Open to prospective students who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents from broadly diverse backgrounds.
  • Sustainability Scholarship - Open to prospective students who have a passion for the environment, creating sustainable practices and reducing our carbon footprint on the world.
  • Marshall Music Scholarship - Open to prospective students who have the motivation and background necessary to pursue the Bachelor of Music degree.

* Scholarship applicants must be invited to compete on campus for these awards.

 

I am applying for the following Williston Jones Full-Tuition Scholarship(s):
(Please check all that apply.)
 
 
 
 

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Activity List

To assist the scholarship selection committee(s), please provide one list of all relevant involvements from your time in high school. These may include, but are not limited to, extra-curricular school activities, community service, work experience, social action and/or church service. Candidates should also note any leadership roles, awards or honors. Please pay particular attention to activities that relate to the scholarship(s) for which you are applying.

Please submit your activity list using ONE of the following options.

I've chosen to attach a copy of my activity list. Extensions: doc,docx,pdf,txt

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I have chosen to type my activity list on this form.

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I will send an activity list via U.S. mail or email at a later date.

Essay

"Understanding is much deeper than knowledge. There are many people who know us, but very few who understand us."
-Unknown

In an effort to help our scholarship review committee(s) begin to understand who you are, please respond to the following essay question. Suggested minimum length is 500 words.

Please share how the household, neighborhood or community in which you were raised has influenced the person you are today, especially in relation to the scholarship(s) for which you are applying. Please see scholarship description(s) above to help guide your response.

In lieu of an essay, Marshall Music applicants must submit a recording with their application. Please see below for more information.

Please submit your essay using ONE of the following options.

I've chosen to attach a copy of my essay response. Extensions: doc,docx,pdf,txt

OR

I have chosen to type my essay response on this form.


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I will send my essay response via U.S. mail or email at a later date.


Transcript and Test Scores

All Williston Jones scholarships will consider academic profile as one element of evaluation. If not already submitted as part of your application for admission, please provide an official copy of your standardized test score (ACT or SAT) and transcript (high school or college, as appropriate).

Please submit your transcript using ONE of the following options.

I have already supplied an official test score and transcript with my application for admission to Coe College.


OR

I will have my school send a copy of my transcript via U.S. mail, fax or email at a later date.

If sending documents at a later time, please utilize one of the following options.

U.S. Mail:

Coe College
Office of Admission
1220 First Avenue NE
Cedar Rapids IA 52402

Fax: 319.399.8816
Email: admissionevents@coe.edu


If you have any questions, please contact your admission counselor.

Note: In lieu of an essay, Marshall Music applicants must submit a recording with their application. Submissions should include two pieces or movements of standard literature in contrasting styles; for longer works, excerpts are permitted. Please omit any repeats, D.C.'s and/or D.S.'s from your performance. All works with piano accompaniment must be performed with an accompanist. Recordings must be performed by the applicant with no edits or post-production effects applied. While audio quality of the recording will not be a determining factor in your submission, please take any necessary steps to ensure your recording is free of distortion and the applicant can be heard clearly so the music faculty may properly assess your abilities.


If selected as a finalist, I would like to participate in the Crimson & Gold Visit Day on: