Scholarship Reinstatement Letter Example: Appeal For Scholarship Denial

Scholarships to study abroad in Nigeria are hard to find nowadays and even many people are worried that they can’t find full scholarships for undergraduates and master’s degree programs online.

At times, you could be hoping you win the scholarship you applied for. If you’re denied a scholarship to study abroad and you would like to appeal for the decision made on it. Below is a sample of letter of reconsideration for scholarship.

However, the scholarship boards don’t let you know why you are denied scholarship and you could find many appeal letters for scholarship denial online, but the one below should give you the option to edit and add your reasons why you are appealing for the denial.

Keep in mind that the reasons given below may not be the same with yours, but you can edit the format and should be able to write appeal letter for scholarship denial.

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Scholarship Reinstatement Appeal Sample Letter

“Name of Student

Address of Student

City, State, Zip Code

Student ID Number”

 

DATE

Name of Scholarship Committee Chairman

Name of University

Address of University

City, State, Zip Code

RE: Scholarship Reinstatement Appeal

Dear Name of Scholar Committee Chairman:

“This letter is a formal reinstatement appeal for the loss of my scholarship because my grade point average dropped below the required standard. The standard is to maintain a 3.0 and my average dropped to 2.8. I understand that this is entirely my fault, and intend to raise it to the required standard during the next semester. I would appreciate if you would consider the reasons that contributed to my GPA dropping. I have enclosed the required appeal forms”.

“My mother is a widow, and I am her only child. During the last semester, she fell and broke her left arm and leg. She had two casts and was in the hospital for three weeks. When she came home, she needed personal attention for three more weeks to become strong enough in order to dress herself and prepare her meals. I have enclosed a letter from her doctor stating her condition. I mistakenly thought I could give her the care she needed as well as maintain my GPA”.

“Now that my mother is able to care for herself again, I can be sure to devote enough time to my studies to bring my GPA back to the required standard. I am requesting you to make an exception in my case and continue my scholarship for one more semester while I bring my GPA to the required level or higher”.

“I can be reached at Phone Number or at Email Address if you would like more information. I am extremely disappointed that I allowed my scholarship to be discontinue and can assure you that I will make every effort to remedy the situation. Thank you for awarding me the scholarship in the first place and for taking the time to consider my appeal.”

Sincerely,

Signature of the Student

Printed Name of the Student

 

 

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