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Scholarships and WFU awards can be counted towards the total amount necessary to attend the program. For example: If a student is awarded a 50% tuition scholarship, they only need to prove the additional 50% tuition as well as the school determined amount to meet cost of living expenses.
Acceptable forms of certification (must be in English) include:
– Checking or savings accounts dated within past 6 months
– Certificates of deposit (CDs) with a maturity date prior to the start of the student’s term of admission
– Money market accounts
– A scholarship through the University, the student’s home government, or a non-governmental agency
– Offer letter for a graduate assistantship/fellowship
– Educational loans
Unacceptable forms of certification:
– Any document that is not written in English (including account holder’s name)
– Stocks or Bonds
– Mutual funds
– Business Bank Accounts
– Statements of earned salary or yearly income
– Tax returns
– Credit card statements/lines of credit
– Statements of property ownership