All incoming traditional undergraduate and transfer students are considered for merit scholarships. These academic-based scholarships are awarded to incoming students only and renewable each academic year based on GPA and Satisfactory Academic Progress.
Edwards Scholarship (GPA > 3.75): $16,000/year
Nicholson Scholarship (GPA 3.50-3.74): $14,000/year
Reardon Scholarship (GPA 3.25-3.49): $11,000/year
Morrison Award (GPA 2.75-3.24): $9,000/year
Raven Award (GPA < 2.74): $6,000/year
Edwards Transfer Merit Scholarship (GPA > 3.75): $16,000/year
Nicholson Transfer Merit Scholarship (GPA 3.5-3.74): $14,000/year
Reardon Transfer Merit Scholarship (GPA 3.25-3.49): $11,000/year
Morrison Transfer Merit Scholarship (GPA 3.0-3.24): $9,000/year
Raven Transfer Award (GPA < 2.9): $6,000/year
Calculate Your Merit Scholarship Amount
The calculation for your merit scholarship is based on either your GPA or a calculation of your GPA and test scores (whichever gives the student the highest benefit).
Transfer students: The calculation for your merit scholarship is based on your college GPA.
Scholarships are available based on a variety of criteria including academic achievement, financial need, high school attended, and program of study. There are over 500 endowed scholarships available, which are specific funds made available by private donors. A few examples of available scholarships are listed below with links to more information.
*Not all scholarships may be combined. Contact your financial aid counselor for more information.
External Scholarships & Funds
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