The University Consortium for Liberia (UCL) was established in 2015 by the UCL Board of Directors. The scholarship program is open to Liberian students and/or students of Liberian descent pursuing a post-secondary education at a U.S. College or University. Priority will be given to students applying to a UCL college/university considered Institutional Partners.
The UCL Scholarship for Experiential Learning, Study Abroad, Faculty and Student Exchange programs will be announced at a later date, pursuant to funding availability.
Applicants must meet the criteria below:
- The applicant is applying to or has been accepted into an academic program of study pursuing an undergraduate, graduate or Ph.D. program
- Student must be Liberian or of Liberian decent
- Applicant must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and submit an Academic Transcript
- Field of Study: Any Field of Study
- Complete the UCL Scholarship Application
- Provide 2 letters of Recommendation from any of the following: College Professor, Community Member/Faith Leader, or Current/Former Employer or Government Leader. (The writer of your letter(s) of recommendation should address Leadership Abilities and Potential) Letters of Recommendation should be e-mailed to the scholarship address with their name, contact info, and academic institution. The subject line should be ‘Student Name’ Reference Letter.
- Scholarship recipients who received a scholarship in the previous year, can apply annually.
- Copy of Passport must accompany application for international students and a copy of the F1 visa must accompany the application.
Last month, The UCL brought the University of Liberia(UL) and the University of Georgia (UGA) together to further partnership discussions. During the August meeting, UL President Ophelia Weeks and UGA Assistant Dean and Director of the Global Programs in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Dr. Amrit Bart each represented their institution. The two discussed partnership with a specific focus on Agribusiness.
Both parties came to an agreement, which was completed and signed on August 7, 2017. Click Here to read the MOU between UL and UGA.
ATLANTA (Sept. 8, 2017) – Award winning reporter Aungelique Proctor from FOX 5 News will host this year’s United for Liberia Global Health Fundraising Gala on Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017.
The event begins at 6:00 p.m. at Morehouse School of Medicine.
“I look forward to serving as Mistress of Ceremonies for this year’s United for Liberia Gala as we continue to address the needs of this West African country which has a wealth of potential,” Proctor said.
The University Consortium for Liberia is delighted to announce the winners of the 2017 UCL Higher Education Scholarships chosen by the UCL Scholarship Committee.
Sedia Beysolow– accepted to University of Georgia (Bachelors, Biology)
Randolph Glee– accepted to Clark Atlanta University (PhD, Social Work)
Dickson Goffa– accepted to Savannah State University (MBA)
Joshua Kulah– completing law degree at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School (Juris Doctor)
Varbah Sorsor – completing chemistry degree at Clark Atlanta University (PhD, Chemistry)