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Telluride House Scholarship

Posted: September 23, 2010

Telluride House offers full room and board scholarships to University students.

If you'd like to learn more about Telluride House, please attend one of the following:

INFO SESSION: Tuesday, September 28th at 7:00PM, Michigan League 1st floor Room 4

OPEN HOUSE: Wednesday, September 29th at 6:00PM, Telluride House, 1735 Washtenaw

Click here for a Telluride House Scholarship application application.

Telluride House is a FREE, five-year off-campus living-learning scholarship open to all graduate and undergraduate students, male or female, of all backgrounds and ethnicities. House members are scholars, campus and community leaders, activists, volunteers, performers, who are all dynamic, unique, and creative people. House life revolves around the three pillars of intellectual inquiry, community service, and democratic self-governance.

Located one block south of Hill on Washtenaw, Telluride Scholarship Students enjoy--FOR FREE--all the amenities of Telluride House, i.e.: two meals cooked daily by two chefs and their kitchen staff; large public spaces to study/hangout in, including an in-house library, a projector screen television/internet room, free Wi-Fi, and pool and ping-pong tables; free washing machines and dryers; a computer lab that has unlimited printing; a generously sized locker to store belongings in over the summer; and equally generous living spaces, with most students living in comparatively large rooms by themselves.


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