Nitro Scholarship for US Citizens

Nitro Scholarship announces scholarship of worth US$2000 for US Citizens. The Scholarship is open throughout the year with a rolling monthly deadline. The Nitro College Scholarship is available for U.S. high school students and college freshmen. Nitro $2,000 Scholarships award is only open to legal residents of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia. The applicant must be of age 17 or older at the time of entry. This month’s deadline is December 31 2022. Nitro has a rolling deadline so you can submit the scholarship application anytime.

So you can apply, if you or your child is enrolled in a High School Senior anywhere in the United States. You can alo apply if you or your child is enrolled in an Accredited University in College Freshmen. Winners are announced every month, so you have a chance to apply over and over again and win an annual US$2000 scholarship award from Nitro.

How to Apply for Nitro Scholarship

In order to apply for Nitro Scholarships, the students needs to submit the official application form and a personal statement. Every month the eligible candidates are shortlisted and then winner is selected based on a random draw. The winners receive US$ 2,000/- annual scholarship.

Scholarship Eligibility Criteria

The Nitro $2,000 Scholarship is open for US Citizens only. Applicant must be 17 year or older at the time of application submission. Additional requirements include:

  1. Parent having a child enrolled in a US accredited college or university within USA or a child in high school senior in USA.
  2. Students enrolled in an accredited college or university located within the United States OR enrolled in a high school senior in USA.
  3. Those who have completed their high school graduation and are currently paying back a student or parent loan for his/her/child’s educational expenses for such School.


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