Yes, that’s a real scholarship, but it’s only available for a limited time through Regent University. “Limited time” may have a “limited” meaning, as the program has operated since March 2020.
The university was founded in 1977 and has one of the better reputations amongst online universities. The school offers both financial aid and scholarships, and those interested may qualify for a $250 tuition credit for a social distancing scholarship .
According to Regent’s website, “Social distancing can prevent the spread of COVID-19, according to the Center for Disease Control. Regent University is offering free scholarships to encourage social distancing, and to honor social distancing guidelines announced by The White House and the Commonwealth of Virginia.”
Regent University is apparently not planning on the plandemic ending anytime soon; interested students must enroll by Spring of 2021. According to an admissions counselor, the student must agree to social distance for the entirety of the “pandemic” or his entire matriculation, whichever ends first. Students must undergo a brief orientation, training on social distancing, and sign an oath to social distance.
So basically, Regent is paying students to stay away from other humans, even though doing so has no bearing on the students’ education or collegiate life. The scholarship comes in the form of a $250 voucher for the campus bookstore.
Also, the Facebook ad for the social distancing scholarship shows a man, totally alone, possibly outside, wearing a mask…no other human in sight. At least he got an entire $250 credit, through.
Nothing says obedience more than paying people for it.