Friday, June 21, 2019 from 3-5:00 PM
Kyle building, 3rd floor, Radford University
College Day is an opportunity for citizens of Boys State to talk with representatives from colleges and universities from across the country about the admissions process, college life, scholarships and financial aid.
The event takes place on Friday from 3-5:00 PM in the Kyle building, 3rd floor, Radford University (directions).
Parents are encouraged to join their sons on College Day.
Directions and Parking
Directions to the Kyle building, 3rd floor, Radford University. Read about arrival time and parking.
Bob Brady, College Day Coordinator
These schools are registered to participate in College Day 2019
- Barton College
- Christopher Newport University
- Concord University
- Davidson College
- Davis & Elkins College
- Emory & Henry College
- Fairmont State University
- Hood College
- James Madison University
- Johns Hopkins University
- Liberty University
- Marymount University
- North Carolina Wesleyan College
- Regent University
- Shenandoah University
- Texas A&M
- The University of Alabama
- U.S Military Academy at West Point
- U.S. Naval Academy
- University of Mary Washington
- University of North Carolina at Greensboro
- Virginia Commonwealth University
- Virginia Military Institute
- Virginia Tech
- Washington & Lee University
- West Virginia University
- West Virginia Wesleyan College
- Xavier University
University of Mary Washington Fee Waiver
Congratulations on your selection to participate in the Virginia Boys State program this past summer! What an honor to be chosen for this unique and transformative experience! In recognition of your accomplishment, the University of Mary Washington is pleased to offer you an application fee waiver equivalent to the fifty dollar fee. To use this waiver, please complete your Common Application and on UMW questions, when asked if you have a school specific waiver, please select code UMW66.
We know that you are the type of student that will engage other students and contribute to our community on many different levels. If you have not already experienced UMW through a visit, I encourage you to plan some time on our campus either through a daily information session and tour or open house. Consider scheduling an interview this fall. Not only will this allow you to connect with your personal admissions counselor but this will also put you in a pool for institutional scholarships in addition to merit or curriculum based awards you may qualify for upon admission.
We look forward to considering your application for admission to UMW!
Director of Undergraduate Admissions
University of Mary Washington
One of the rewards of being chosen to participate in Virginia Boys State is the opportunity to apply for these scholarships
American Legion Legacy Scholarship
The American Legion wants to ensure higher education is a possibility for children whose parents have been killed while serving our country. It is a civic duty to provide them with equal opportunity. The Legion offers its support through the Legacy Scholarship Fund.
Honors Program at Christopher Newport University
Christopher Newport’s Honors Program enriches the education of students in all majors by replacing most of the Liberal Learning general education requirements with interactive, interdisciplinary seminars that accelerate the advancement of academically gifted students into upper-level coursework.
Everyone learns by actively participating – even professors. You’ll also be encouraged to pursue independent research, study abroad and civic engagement, all of which will enhance your classroom learning.
The program emphasizes one-on-one advising and a customized curriculum that supports your personal and professional goals. Fewer entry-level courses allow you to spend more time in independent study, research and advanced scholarship.
For more information, visit Christopher Newport University.
Lucian Butler Scholarship
High school boys and girls who are sons, daughters, grandsons, granddaughters of members of the Virginia American Legion family who exemplify the spirit and true American values and have been admitted to an accredited four year college or university are eligible to apply. Step-sons and step-daughters are also considered.
Limited to those entering the freshman class. Awards in following years will be considered as funds are available.
Lyceum Scholars Program at Clemson University
The Lyceum Scholars program takes a Great Books approach to studying liberty, free markets, the American Founding and moral character. It is a four-year academic program open to incoming freshmen at Clemson University.
For more information, visit Lyceum Scholars Program at Clemson University.
Presbyterian College Offers Scholarship to Boys State Participants
Presbyterian College offers a rigorous education with a built-in support network. Professors, students, and administrators work together to help each other succeed.
“We want our students to be adventurous and successful; competitive and compassionate. We work as a community, inspiring our students to learn, and to value service along the way. Our students are inspired for life.”
A $2,500 scholarship is available to all Boys State citizens interested in studying at Presbyterian College.
For more information, visit Presbyterian College.
President’s Leadership Program at Christopher Newport University
Christopher Newport University equips great leaders for the 21st century.
The President’s Leadership Program (PLP) is not just an academic program. At heart, we are a community determined to better understand ourselves, how we work with others and the impact we can have in the world.
Through a combination of academic study, experiential learning and personal development, PLP will prepare you for a life of leadership, service and civic responsibility.
For more information, visit Christopher Newport University.
Samsung American Legion Scholarship
Worldwide electronics leader Samsung endowed a scholarship fund of $5 million to be administered by The American Legion in 1996. Meant to show appreciation for U.S. veterans who came to Korea’s aid during its struggle against communist forces in the Korean War, the Samsung American Legion Scholarship Program established a series of scholarships derived from interest and other income from the principal amount.
Scholarship applications are restricted to high school juniors who attend the current session of either The American Legion Boys State program and are a direct descendant – i.e. child, grandchild, great grandchild, etc. – or a legally adopted child of a wartime veteran who served on active duty during at least one of the periods of war officially designated as eligibility dates for American Legion membership.
Samsung scholarships are for undergraduate study only and may be used for tuition, books, fees, and room and board. Winners are selected according to academic record, involvement in school and community activities, community service and financial need. Applicants who are direct descendants of Korean War veterans will receive special consideration.
Scholarships are due no later than arrival upon a participant’s arrival at American Legion Boys State. All applications must be submitted using the online application system by this time. It is not necessary to bring a hard copy of submitted application materials. Applications must be submitted online.
For more information, visit The American Legion website.
Wabash College Scholarship
Wabash College and the National Association of Wabash Men cordially invite you to apply for our Boys State Scholarship with an annual value of $7,500 ($30,000 over four years) upon admission to the College.
For more information, visit Wabash College.
West Virginia University Scholarship for Boys Nation Senators
In recognition of outstanding achievement, West Virginia University offers a scholarship to Boys Nation Senators.
For more information, visit West Virginia University.