Madison County Transfer Scholarship

In addition to offering this scholarship to AU first-time freshmen, who are graduates of a Madison County high school or reside in Madison County, we are pleased to extend this scholarship to transfer students and commuter students, as well. Due to the overwhelming popularity of this award, we feel it could be helpful for those Madison County graduates who left for college but are now choosing to complete their degree closer to home, in light of the Coronavirus pandemic.

Amount: Recipients will be awarded $2,000 each year toward tuition.


  • Must be a graduate of a Madison County high school or reside in Madison County.
  • Must have a minimum of 12 transfer credits from another college and university post-high school.

Next Steps:

  1. If you haven't applied yet, please complete your application for admission online or through the common app!
  2. If you have applied already, your next step is to complete your scholarship profile. This will ask you several questions about yourself to pair you with the institutional scholarships that you are eligible for, like this one listed above. Your scholarship profile will also help you meet specific scholarship deadlines.

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