Number of scholarships to award
- tuition fee reduction
General merit scholarships do not require a separate application! Prospective incoming freshmen will be automatically reviewed for a merit scholarship provided timely application for admission.
Scholarships range from $1,000 to $12,000. To qualify for general scholarship review, students must first be admitted to the University.
Scholarship eligibility is based on:
- Cumulative Averages
- SAT or ACT scores (if provided)
- Individual grades
- High school programs (9-11th grade)
Test Optional Admissions: Students who are unable to submit standardized test scores or choose not to submit standardized test scores for admissions consideration will be considered for merit based scholarships based on the factors outlined above.
Consideration is based upon a numerical standard and competition of the applicant pool. Eligibility is based on credentials provided at the time of application for admission. Merit scholarships are limited to fall and spring semesters for undergraduate studies only.
Study experience required
Incoming freshmen should file early action admission applications by November 1ST
Meeting the early action admission deadline guarantees scholarship consideration. Scholarship reviews will continue beyond the early action date if funding is still available.