The Faculty of Agricultural & Food Sciences (FAFS) is offering full tuition scholarship to undergraduate students who are newly admitted to the undergraduate program of Agricultural Sciences.
The R&F Sinno scholarship program is for merit students and aims to foster leaders and agents of change in the field of Agriculture at FAFS and is designated for prospective students who meet the criteria considering their grades, leadership skills, extracurricular activities and community involvement.
Awardees will be granted up to full tuition scholarships. They will also be paired with a mentor for guidance and support needed to develop as future leaders and will be placed as undergraduate research assistants in a lab related to their major.
Prospective students should apply for the Raji & Fawzieh Sinno Undergraduate Scholarship in Agriculture by submitting the online application.
For more information, please refer to the FAQs below.
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How do I apply to this scholarship?
You can find the application to the Scholarship here. Application is for Fall or Spring of the academic year.
What is the deadline for applying to the scholarship?
The deadline for application is:
- For the Fall Semester: May 15
- For the Spring Semester: January 30
I already applied to AUB, can I still qualify?
Yes, since there is no application specific for this scholarship. If you have already applied to financial aid, you can still apply for the Raji and Fawzieh Sinno Scholarship.
Are there any school grade requirements?
Your school grades will be considered for acceptance to the Agriculture Major as part of the regular AUB admissions process. Refer to here for “Requirements"
What if I didn't get accepted to the Agriculture Program, but I was accepted to another FAFS program?
This scholarship is limited to the Agricultural Sciences Program only.
What does this scholarship cover?
The scholarship covers either three or four years of up to full tuition at FAFS|AUB. Performance will be monitored to ensure that recipients continue to retain a good academic standing throughout the period covered. Students who do not maintain good academic standing may be dropped from the scholarship program.
How do I know if I am shortlisted?
You will be contacted either in June (for Fall Applications) or January (for Spring Applications) if you have been shortlisted and you will be called for an interview.