El programa que ayuda a que los jóvenes de escasos recursos aspiren a las universidades de más alto nivel del país.
From a village in Syria to USC Bovard Scholar and first-gen student
Toni Atieh came to America only knowing two words in English: “hi” and “bye.” Now he’s finishing his freshman year at USC.
Admissions Coaching for College Bound Students
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Living the college dream: high-performing, low-income students reach for the nation’s top colleges
Students lived on USC campus for three weeks this summer…
20 Full Rides to Top Colleges: A Texas Student’s Perfect Sweep
Micheal Brown, a senior in Houston, was accepted to 20 universities, including Stanford… His academic accomplishments aside, Mr. Brown credited his involvement in guidance programs such as the University of Southern California’s Bovard Scholars program…
5 High Schoolers and Their College Application Essays About Work, Money and Social Class
Eric Ngugi Muthondu, of Richmond, Texas, was a Bovard Scholar…
Bovard Scholars aims to help low-income students
Yale, Stanford and Harvard — these are just three of the elite schools that the USC Bovard Scholars Program has assisted low-income, high-achieving high school students from across the nation in getting into.
USC’s Bovard Scholars program gives low-income high schoolers a chance at a top-tier university
Students come to campus for three weeks, then guidance counselors help them through the application and admission processes at any school, not just USC.
Una ‘probadita’ de vida universitaria
Programa gratuito de USC ofrece a estudiantes de último año experimentar clases en estudios superiores durante el verano.