The Colleges
(listed alphabetically)
Albright College (Pennsylvania)
offers the following annual, renewable grants:
Member of National Honor Society 
Valedictorian/Salutatorian
National Merit Finalists, Semi-Finalists
National Merit Commended Students
Berks & Montgomery Counties Science Fair Winners
Governor's School Alumni
Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership (HOBY) Alumni ($1,000 to $2,500)
Eagle Scout (for Boy Scouts) and Gold Award (for Girl Scouts)
Legacy: to students whose mother and/or father graduated from Albright
Sibling: to each student whose brother or sister concurrently attends Albright
$1,000
$1,000
$1,000
$  500
$3,000
$1,000
$1,000
$  500
$1,000
$  500
Alfred State College (New York)
offers the following:
• Offers free tuition, room, and board to students with a minimum of a 93 high school average and at least a
   1200 SAT or 26 ACT composite score.
• Students with a 90 or higher average and 1150 SAT or 25 ACT composite or higher receive a free room.
• Students with an 88 or higher high school average and at least an 1100 SAT 24 ACT composite receive free
   board (18 meals a week).
Allhegeny College (Pennsylvania)
offers the following:
• Trustee Scholarship - Once a student receives the award, the student is guaranteed that amount for all four years of study
   at Allegheny College.
American University (District of Columbia)
offers the following:
Arcadia University (Pennsylvania)
offers the following:
• $3,000 annually to any dependent child of a Presbyterian Minister enrolling as a full-time undergraduate.
• an annual $3,000 grant to dependent children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren of alumni in the top 25% of their
   graduating  class enrolling as full time undergraduate students.
• between $3,000 and full tuition annually to entering freshmen with SAT score of 1030 or better, rank in top 20% of
   graduating  class and at least 3.2 overall GPA,
• $2500 to full tuition for transfers with minimum GPA of 3.0,
• transfers belonging  to Theta Kappa receive with 3.5 or above GPA receive $7,000-$9,000 annually.
• National Achievement and National Merit Scholarships for finalists who designate American University as their
   first-choice college by  February 1 of their senior year. Awards range from $10,000 to full tuition per year.
• United Methodist Scholarship for children of active, ordained Methodist ministers. Students must identify themselves
  and request consideration for this scholarship by letter. Awards range from 500 to half-tuition per year.
Scholarships, grants, and financial aid are available to students in many forms.
The scholarships listed on this page are all
"guaranteed".
By guaranteed scholarships, we mean those which are unlimited in number, and require no interview, essay, portfolio, audition, competition or other "secondary" requirement. Just meet the criteria listed, adhere to the application deadlines set by the individual colleges and universities, gain admission, enroll, and receive your scholarship or scholarships. Remember that, in many cases, the scholarships are mutually exclusive...you will generally receive the largest scholarship or grant for which you qualify.

And, generally, you will have to meet some minimum requirements to renew and retain any scholarships and grants awarded to you.

Despite our continuing effort to maintain the accuracy of the information on this site, it is possible that one or more of the scholarships listed have been changed in some way or even discontinued.  To avoid disappointment or misunderstandings, we strongly suggest that you verify all scholarship information with the offering college or university before beginning the application process to be certain the scholarship is still being offered and to ensure that you are fully aware of initial qualifying criteria, deadlines, and renewal requirements.

Also, please be aware that many institutions listed below offer grants, financial aid, and awards other than those listed. We have only listed those meeting our definition of "guaranteed". And, be advised that many colleges require anyone applying for aid to complete financial aid forms, even if they have no demonstrated financial need.
Augsburg College (Minnesota)
offers the following:
• Students in the top 30% of their class or ACT or SAT scores in the tip 30$ nationally receive at least $3,00 annually.
   Depending on GPA and scores, the award can be up to $9,000 annually.
Barclay College (Kansas)
offers the following:
• All full time students living on campus receive a full tuition scholarship. All full time students living off campus receive
  a $4000 a year tuition scholarship.

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Becker College (Massachusetts)
offers the following:
• $1,500 to graduates of Leicester High School, and 10% for two currently enrolled (full time, day)
   family member.
Belhaven College (Mississippi)
offers the following annual, renewable grants to students living on campus:
ACT SCORE
SAT SCORE
SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
20
930-960
$ 500
21
970-1000
$1,000
22
1010-1040
$1,500
23
1050-1080
$2,000
24
1090-1100
$2,500
25
1120-1150
$3,000
26
1160-1190
$3,500
27
1200-1220
$4,000
28
1230-1260
$4,500
29
1270-1300
$5,000
30
1310-1340
$5,500
31
1350-1380
$6,000
32
1390-1440
$6,500
33
1450-1500
$7,000
34
1510-1560
$7,500
35
15710-1600
$8,000
36
 
$8,500
Bellarmine University (Kentucky)
offers the following:
• Grants to all admitted students with a GPA of 3.2 and ACT of 21 and above.
Beloit College (Wisconsin)
offers the following:
• $4,000 annual, renewable award for National Merit Finalists for whom Beloit College is their first choice
Berea College (Kentucky)
offers the following:
• Berea's mission is the education of students with financial need. All admitted students work for ten hours a week
   on campus and receive full tuition scholarships.
Bluffton College (Ohio)
offers the following annual awards:
• $8396 annually to any first-time student with a 3.0 GPA and 23 ACT/1050 SAT.
• $9396 annually to any first-time student with a 3.5 GPA and 25 ACT/1140 SAT.
• $10,396 annually to any first-time student with a 3.75 GPAand 27 ACT/1220 SAT.
• Transfer students with a 3.0 GPA are awarded a minimum of $1,500 (up to $3000 based on need).
• Transfer students with a GPA of at least 3.5 and a 23 ACT or 1050 SAT receive $2,500 (up to $4000
   based on need).
• The church-matching program offers a dollar for dollar match up to $1,000, then a $1 to $4 match up
   to full tuition. Good for any student from a church with an established college grant program.
• The Minister/Missionary Family Grant offers $1000 (up to $4000 based on need) for any student
   whose parent  is a full-time missionary or minister
Buena Vista University (Iowa)
offers the following:
• $7,500 to students meeting two of the three following criteria; 3.75 GPA, 26 ACT, top 10% high school rank.
• $5,500 annually to those meeting two of the following three criteria; 3.25 GPA, 20 ACT, top 50% class rank.
Cedar Crest College (Pennsylvania)
offers the following:
• Presidential Scholarships of up to one-half of tuition are awarded to entering freshmen who rank in the top
  10% of their class and score 1150 or higher on the SAT I (or 25 on the ACT). The amount of the freshman
  year award is renewable each year provided a 3.00 GPA is maintained.
• High School Achievement Awards of $5,000 per year. Students who rank in the top 20% of their class and
  score 1150 or higher on the SAT I (or 25 on the ACT) qualify.
Centenary College (New Jersey )
offers the following annual and one-time awards:
Freshmen:
• Presidential Scholarship Qualifications: 3.8 GPA, 1210 SAT I or 27 ACT, up to $10,000 annually,
   renewable with a 2.0 GPA
• Merit Scholarship: Qualifications: 3.3 GPA, 1030 SAT I or 22 ACT, up to $8,000 annually, renewable
   with a 2.0 GPA
• Achievement Scholarship: Qualifications: 3.0 GPA, 910 SAT I or 19 ACT, up to $6,500 annually,
  renewable with a 2.0 GPA
• Cyclone Award: Qualifications: 2.5 GPA, 800 SAT I or 16 ACT, up to $5,000 annually, renewable
  with a 2.0 GPA
Transfers:
• Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship: Qualifications: 3.5 GPA and membership in PTK, awards range from
  $3,500 to $8,000 annually, renewable with a 2.0 GPA, students must have at least 32 credits
  remaining for degree completion
• Transfer Award : Qualifications: 2.5 GPA, awards range from $2,500 to $4,000 annually,
   renewable with a 2.0 GPA, students must have at least 32 credits remaining for degree completion
• S.I.F.E. Award : Qualifications: 2.0 GPA, Certified SIFE Scholar, awards range from $2,000 to $4,000
   annually, renewable with a 2.0 GPA, students must have at least 32 credits remaining for degree completion > >
Freshmen and Transfers:
• Centenary College United Methodist Scholarship Qualifications: 2.5 GPA, confirmed member of
   the United Methodist Church. Resident students receive $10,000+, commuter students receive
   $5,000+. Renewable with 2.0 GPA.
Cedarville College (Ohio)
offers the following annual and one-time awards:
• $3,500 per year to National Merit and National Achievement Finalists and Semi-Finalists with a minimum
   GPA of 3.2 and transfer students with a GPA of at least 3.5.
• $2,000 per year to students who score 30 or better on the ACT or 1310 or and have a high school cumulative
  GPA of at least 3.0...transfers with a 3.0 also receive this award.
• There are also one-time scholarships of $600-$1400 to freshmen with at least a 3.0 GPA and
   1120 SAT or 25 ACT.
• $500 per semester to unmarried children of ordained Assemblies of God ministers, $1,600 per semester
  to unmarried children of nationally-appointed Assemblies of God missionaries, $1,050 per semester to
  students with an ACT of 30+ or SAT of 1320+ (SAT includes only verbal+math), $875 per semester to students
  with an ACT of 28-29 or SAT of 1240-1310 (SAT includes only erbal+math), $700 per semester to students with
  an ACT of 26-27 or SAT of 1180-1230 (SAT includes only verbal+math), $1500 to students who have completed
  a Master's Commission affiliated program, 10% tuition discount to siblings if both are enrolled full time, 10%
  tuition discount to married students if both are enrolled full time
Central Bible College (Missouri)
offers the following:
Central Christian College (Kansas)
offers the following:
• $4,000 annually to Christian high school or homeschool graduates with a 3.5 GPA and 19 ACT or 890 SAT.
• $4,500 annually for a 3.75 and 25 ACT or 1130 SAT.
• $3,500 with a 3.5 GPA and 19 ACT or 890 SAT.
• $2,750 for a 3.0 GPA.
• $2,000 for a 2.75 GPA.
• $1,500 for a 2.5 GPA.
• $1,000 for a 2.25 GPA.
• $500 for dependent children of full time ministers.

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Chowan College (North Carolina)
offers the following annual awards:
GPA
SAT SCORE
SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
3.0
1000
$5,000
3.0
1100
$5,250
3.0
1200
$5,500
3.0
1300
$5,750
3.5
1000
$5,500
3.5
1100
$5,750
3.5
1200
$6,250
3.5
1300
$7,000
4.0
1000
$5,750
4.0
1100
$6,250
4.0
1200
$7,000
4.0
1300
$8,000
Claremont-McKenna College (California)
offers the following:
• Matches full Army ROTC scholarship awards with a grant covering full room and board.
College of Saint Scholastica (Minnesota)
offers the following:
• All students of color are awarded multicultural scholarships of between $500 and $3,000,
  depending on financial need.
Concordia University (Illinois)
guarantees the following:
• Up to $4,000 per year for graduates of a Lutheran high school
• Up to $10,000 for transfer students with an incoming GPA of at least 3.0
• $500 to incoming students whose parents are full time employees of an LCMS affiliated
   school, church or agency
• $1,000 per year to incoming students who intend to pursue a church profession upon graduation
   from Concordia University
• $2,000 to incoming students who are members of Phi Theta Kappa
• $500 a year to new students whose mother or father graduated from Concordia University Chicago
Daniel Webster College (New Hampshire )
offers the following annual awards:
• $2,000 to resident students with a 2.5 GPA and 1000 SAT,
• $4,000 to resident students with a 3.0 and 1000 SAT.
• $7,500 to resident students with a 3.8 and 1200.
Dominican University (Illinois)
offers the following:
• $1,000 to all students graduating from high schools sponsored by Dominican orders.
• Family Allowances of $750 per student when siblings are enrolled full-time simultaneously.
• Scholarships ($7000), Achievement Awards ($5000), and Incentive Awards ($3000) automatically
   awarded to students whose GPA's and ACT/SAT scores fall into specified ranges.
Dominican University of California
offers the following to first time students:
• $11,500 annually to students with at least a 3.6 high school cumulative GPA and 1200 SAT.
  The same amount is available to traditionally under-represented students in higher education
  with at least a 3.2 high school cumulative GPA and 920 SAT. 61
Dordt College
offers the following:
• $500 - $5,000 for freshmen and transfers with 3.00+ GPA and a 21 ACT
D'Youville College (New York)
offers the following:
• $400 tuition reduction to each student from the same family concurrently enrolled.
• offers 20% tuition reduction to Canadian students.
• free tuition to members of the Congregation of Grey Nuns, and a $1,000 annual tuition reduction to their
   nieces/nephews.
• Honors Scholarship:Qualification-1100 SAT or 24 ACT.Scholarship(annual)Resident,50% off tuition and 25%
   off total room and board. Commuter: 50% off tuition. Duration 4-5 years based on program.
• Academic Initiative: Qualifications: 1000 SAT/21-23ACT and an 85 average. Scholarship: Resident: 25% off tuition
   and 50% off total room and board. Commuter: 25% off tuition. Duration 4-5 years based on program.
• Achievement Scholarship: Qualifications:900-1090 SAT 19-23 ACT and an 80-84 average, demonstrated leadership,
   community service. Scholarship: (annual)$1000-$4000. Duration 4-5 years based on program.
• Transfer Achievement Scholarships: Qualifications: 2.75-4.0 QPA. Scholarship: $2500-$4000.
    Duration:4-5 years based on program.
• For first-year students - $5,000/year for any student who meets any one of the following criteria:
   a 3.6 gpa (on a 4.0 scale) or ranking in the top 15% of his/her high school class and a minimum
   SAT composite of 1200 or an ACT total of 100 on the four subsections; Indiana students who receive
   the Indiana Academic Honors Diploma or who are National Merit Semifinalists; and students from outside
   of the state of Indiana who are National Merit Semifinalists and who achieve a 3.6 gpa (on a 4.0 scale) or
   who rank in the top 15% of their high school class.
• For transfer students - $5,000/year for any transfer student who would have qualified for the award as a
   first-year student and who, as a college student, has achieved a 3.3 cumulative gpa or higher (on a 4.0 scale)
   after one full year of college level work.
• $5,000/year for any African-American or Latino student who meets one of the following criteria: a 3.5 gpa
   (on a 4.0 scale); ranking in the top 20% of his/her high school class; SAT composite of 1140 or ACT total
   of 100 on the four subsections.
• $3,000/year for any student who is a member of the Society of Friends through monthly or yearly meeting
   affiliation as verified on the student's application for admission. (This award can be coupled with another
   schoalrship, if the student meets the necessary academic criteria as stated above.)
• Any student from Indiana receiving a Lilly Foundation Full-Tuition Community Scholarship will receive a
   scholarship from Earlham worth the cost of room and board for each of that student's four years at Earlham
Earlham College (Indiana)
offers the following:
Eastern College (Pennsylvania)
offers the following:
• To freshmen: $7,000 a year for 1200 SAT and top 15% class rank
   $6,000 a year for 1100+ SAT and top 25% class rank.
   $4,000/ a year for 1000+ SAT and top 40% class rank,
   $1,500 a year for 950+ SAT and top 50% rank.
• For transfers, $6,000 a year for 3.5-4.0 GPA,
   $4,000 a year for 3.0-3.49, $1,500 a year for 2.5-2.9,
   $1,000/year for 2.0-2.49 GPA.
Faulkner University (Alabama)
offers the following annual awards:
• Full tuition/room/board to National Merit Finalists, full tuition to semifinalists, and $500 to "commended"
• 25% off tuition to graduates of Christian high schools.
• $500 to homeschooled students with a 20 SAT or 1020 SAT.
• $500 to a child of a Faulkner alumnus.
• $750-$1,500 to the second child from a household enrolled concurrently.
• $250 to valedictorians and $200 to salutatorians.
• $2,500-$3,000 for 22-24 ACT score or 1030-1130 SAT score.
• $3,500-$4,000 for 25-28 ACT score or 1140-1290 SAT score.
• $5,000-$5,500 for 29-30 ACT score or 1300-1370 SAT score.
Ferrum College (Virginia)
offers the following annual awards:
Presidential Scholarships: $3,500 to $8,000 awarded to first-year students with 3.4 GPA
  and 1000 SAT. Also awarded to transfer students with 3.3 GPA and minimum of two full-time semesters.
Academic Achievement Scholarships: $3,000 awarded to first-year students with 3.0 GPA and SAT.
   Also awarded to transfer students with 3.0 GPA and minimum of two full time semesters.
Ferrum College Tuition Assistance Grant: $2,500 to out-of-state (outside of Virginia) residents with
   at least a 2.5 GPA. Franklin County Grant: $2,000 to graduates of Franklin County High School or
   Franklin County Virginia residents for one year prior to first attending Ferrum College.
Florida Atlantic University/Honors College (Florida)
offers the following:
• $6500 per year to all admitted National Merit, National Hispanic, and National Achievement Finalists.
• $2000 - $5000 per year to all admitted students.

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Gardner-Webb University (North Carolina)
offers the following:
• Students in the top 25% of their class with a B average or better get at least $2000
   and awards increase in ascending order up to $4000
Goshen College (Indiana)
offers the following:
• $1,800 - $3,000 depending on need to students with a GPA of 3.5,
   an SAT score of 1110, an ACT score of 24, or rank in top 15% of class.
• $2,400 - $3,500 depending on need.to students with a GPA of 3.8,
   an SAT score of 1270, an ACT score of 29, or rank in top 5% of class.
• $1,000 - $2,000, depending on need, to National Merit Scholars.
Grace College (Indiana)
offers the following based on a combination of test scores and high school GPA:
• $500 to $2,000 annually for a 2.5 high school GPA (and qualifying test scores)
• $1,000 to $3,000 annually for a 3.4 high school GPA (and qualifying test scores)
• $1,000 to $3,000 annually for a 3.4 high school GPA  (and qualifying test scores)
• $2,000 to $5,500 annually for a 3.85 high school GPA (and qualifying test scores)
• $15,000 per year to students with a top 5% high school rank and 1400 SAT
• $11,250 per year to students with a top $10% high school rank and 1350 SAT
• $7,500 per year to students with a top 15% high school rank and 1250 SAT
• The College will also meet, with additional grants, any remaining financial need these students have.
Hampden-Sydney College (Virginia)
offers the following annual awards:
• $5,500 to full tuition a year to incoming students with at least a 3.8 GPA or top 5% of
   high school class, and 28 ACT or 1260 SAT.
• $3,500 to $6,500 a year to students meeting two of the three following criteria;
   minimum of a 3.50 GPA, top 15% of high school class rank, 26 ACT or 1180 SAT.
• $2,000-$5,000 a year to students meeting two of the three following criteria;
   GPA of at least 3.25, top 20% of high school class rank, 25 ACT or 1140 SAT.
Hamline University (Minnesota)
offers the following annual awards:
Harvey Mudd College (California)
offers the following:
• $5,000 per year for four years to students who meet all five of the following criteria;
  -SAT verbal score of 700 or higher,
  -SAT II writing score of 700 or higher,
  -SAT math score of at least 750 or higher,
  -SAT II math2C score of 750 or higher,
  -and high school class rank in the top 10%.
Hope College (Michigan)
offers the following:
• $3,000 annual, renewable scholarships to incoming freshmen with a 3.75 high school
   GPA or a 3.5 GPA and one or more of the following;
  -an ACT composite score of at least 25,
  -combined SAT score of at least 1140,
  -or a minimum class rank in the 80th percentile.
• $5,000 per year to high school valedictorians who are not selected to receive other
   merit-based scholarships.
• $6000-$8000 per year to students with at least a 3.6 or 90 high school average
   and a 28 ACT composite or SAT combined score of 1240.
• National Merit Scholarship Finalists whose first choice is Hope College are awarded $14,000 per year.
Illinois Wesleyan University (Illinois)
offers the following:
• $4,000-$10,500 a year to students in the top 25% of their high school class with at
   least a 28 ACT or 1240 SAT.
• National Merit Finalists receive an additional $3,500 a year, making it possible for a
   top student to receive $14,000 per year.
Indiana University (Indiana)
offers the following renewable scholarship:
• $1,000 annually to Indiana residents who are high school valedictorians.
• Academic Scholarship Criteria for Residential Students Base Amount
• Presidential 3.8 GPA & 30 ACT $9000
• Valedictorian Ranked 1st & 25 ACT $8500
• Salutatorian Ranked 2nd & 25 ACT $7500
• Honor 3.8 GPA & 26 ACT $6500
• Trustee 3.4 GPA & 24 ACT $5000
• Dean's 3.0 GPA & 20 ACT $3000
• Sibling Award 2 or more enrolled $1000 per student
• Scholarships may be granted in amount over the base amount shown based on need
   and after consideration of the students entire award package (Including ND Grant).
Jamestown College (North Dakota)
offers the following:
Kenyon College (Ohio)
offers the following:
• $10,000 per year for four years to admitted National Merit Finalists, National
   Achievement Finalists, and National Hispanic Scholar Finalists.
Lebanon Valley College (Pennsylvania)
offers the following:
• Offers all high school seniors with a class rank in the top 30% of their class a scholarship.
  Those in the top 10% receive one-half tuition, those in the second decile receive one-third
  tuition, and students in the third decile receive a one-quarter tuition award. All scholarships
  are for four years, with minimum GPA requirements for renewal.

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Macalaster College (Minnesota)
offers the following:
• Offers $5,000 per year to admitted National Merit Scholars who make Macalester their first choice.
Mars Hill College (North Carolina)
offers the following:
• Based on the following high school GPA and SAT scores
• Similar awards in variable amounts are also available to transfer students.
GPA
SAT SCORE
SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
3.5
1200
$7,000
3.5
1100
$6,000
3.5
1000
$5,000
3.5
900
$4,000
3.0
1000
$3,000
3.0
900
$2,500
2.5
1100
$3,000
2.5
1000
$2,000
• $2,000 to students with all of the following qualifications:
  - a 920 SAT
  - 2.8 high school GPA, with
  - 4 or more high school extra-curricular activities, with at least one in a leadership role.
Mount Olive College (North Carolina)
offers the following:
New Hampshire College/Southern New Hampshire University
offers the following:
• $5,000 per year to students with at least a 3.0 high school GPA, and $7,000
  to those with a 3.5 or higher. Dependent siblings enrolled simultaneously split a $2,500 grant.
• Offers $1,000 to ELCA Lutheran Church members, $1,000 to children and grandchildren of alumni.
Newberry College (South Carolina)
offers the following:
• Transfer students receive $6,700/year if they present a 3.40 cumulative GPA,
  $5,800/year with a 3.0, and $3,000/year with a 2.5.
GPA
ACT SCORE
SAT SCORE
SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
95%
26
1150
$9,500
91%
27
1270
$8,500
90%
22
1000
$8,200
85%
24
1100
$7,200
85%-89%
20-22
950-1050
$6,500-$7,500
mid-80%
20+
950+
$4,500-$5000
Niagara University (New York)
offers the following for up to four years for qualifying students:
North Central University (Minnesota)
offers the following annual awards:
• President's Scholarship - 28 or higher ACT, 1240 or higher SAT and 3.5 or higher G.P.A. $2,500 a year.
• Dean's Scholarship - 23-27 ACT, 1050-1230 SAT and 3.0-3.49 G.P.A.  $1,500 a year.
• Christian Leadership Scholarship - 2.5 G.P.A. and past ministry or volunteer involvement. $1,000 a year.
Northwestern College (Iowa)
offers the following annual awards:
• $5000-$6750 annually for an ACT of at 28 top 5% high school class rank.
• $3000-$4900 annually for an ACT of at least 26 and top 10% high school class rank.
• Up to $2,900 annually for a minimum ACT of 23 and top 25% high school class rank.
• Also, $1250 per year to students whose family are members of the Reformed Church in America.
• 15% sibling discount to the second child in a family enrolled concurrently.
• and $300-$500 to students whose home is more than 500 miles from the College.
Northwood University (Michigan, Texas, Florida)
offers the following annual awards:
• $5,000 to students with at least a 3.0 GPA and 1150 SAT or 25 ACT.
• $4,000 to students with a 2.75 and 950 SAT or 20 ACT.
Norwich University (Vermont)
offers the following annual scholarships:
• Students in the top 10% of high school class receive half tuition scholarships.
• Students in top 20% receive a 1/3 tuition scholarship.
Ohio Northern University (Ohio)
offers the following:
• Scholarships of $4,000-$10,000 to admitted students with a minimum 3.3 GPA and 25 ACT (1150 SAT).
Olivet College (Michigan)
offers the following annual awards:
• $2,000 per year to children of United Christian and Congregational Christian Church pastors.
• $1,000 annually to other student members of those churches.
Ouachita Baptist University (Arkansas)
offers the following annual awards:
Scholastic Excellence Scholarship -
• 24-25 ACT/1110-1170 SAT = $2,000 per year
• 26-28 ACT/1180-1290 SAT = $3,000 per year
• 29-30 ACT/1300-1370 SAT = $4,000 per year
• 31 or higher ACT/1380 or higher SAT = $5,000 per year
• $2000 annually to incoming freshmen with a 3.5 GPA and 1150 SAT or 26 ACT,
   and to transfer students with a 3.5 GPA.
• $1000 to incoming freshmen with a 3.25 GPA and 1050 SAT or 23 ACT,
   and to transfer students with a 3.25 GPA.
•  $2000 annually to students entering a church vocation willing to complete
   45 hours of church-related ministry per semester.
Palm Beach Atlantic College (Florida)
offers the following annual awards:
• $9,000 to incoming first-year students with a cumulative GPA of 85/3.0 or better in
  academic subjects and either ranking in top 10% of class or combined SAT score of
  1200 or higher and to transfers with a 3.5 or higher.
• $6,000 incoming first-year students with a cumulative GPA of 85/3.0 or better in
   academic subjects and either ranking in top 25% of class or combined SAT score of
   1050-1190 and to transfers with a 3.0-3.49 GPA.
• $3,000 to incoming first-year students with a cumulative GPA of 85/3.0 or better in
   academic subjects and either a top 50% class rank or combined SAT score of 950-1040
   and transfers with a minimum of a 2.8 GPA.
Regis College (Massachusetts)
offers the following annual, renewable scholarships:
Roosevelt University (Illinois)
offers the following to freshmen students:549
• $1000 annually for 3.0-3.24 GPA plus ACT composite of 24 or 1000 SAT.
• $1500-$5000 for 3.25-3.49 GPA plus ACT of 22-29 or equivalent SAT.
• $3000-$6000 for 3.50-3.79 GPA plus ACT of 22-29 or equivalent SAT.
• Up to $7500 for 3.85+ GPA plus ACT composite of 27 or equivalent SAT.
• For transfers, $1000-$2000 for 3.0-3.24 GPA.
• For transfers, $2001-$3000 for 3.25-3.49 GPA.
• For transfers, 3001-$4000 for 3.5-3.74 GPA.
• For transfers, $4001-$6000 for 3.75 GPA and above.
Saint Joseph's College (Maine)
offers the following:
• Half-tuition scholarships to all students who have completed a college prep curriculum
   and rank in the top 10% of their high school graduating class.
Saint Mary's College (California)
offers the following annually:
• $2,000 to admitted students with a high school GPA of 3.7 and 1200 SAT or 27 ACT.

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• $8,000 Saint Thomas More Scholarship (Must meet 2 of 3 following criteria)
  - ACT composite score of 28 or
  - SAT-I combined score of 1,260
  - GPA of 3.75/4.0 or class rank of top 5%
• $6,000 Saint Thomas More Scholarship (Must meet 2 of 3 following criteria)
  - ACT score of 26
  - SAT-I combined score of 1,180
  - GPA of 3.6/4.0, or class rank of top 10%
• $4,000 Saint Thomas More Scholarship (Must meet 2 of 3 following criteria)
  - ACT score of 25 or
  - SAT-I score of 1140,
  - GPA of 3.4/4.0, or class rank of top 15%
• $1,000 to $3,000 Presidential Scholarship (must meet 2 of 3 following criteria)
  - ACT composite score of 22
  - SAT-I combined score of 1030
  - GPA of 3.0/4.0, or class rank of top 25%.
Saint Mary's University (Minnesota)
offers the following scholarships:
St. Michael's College (Vermont)
offers the following grants:
• Offers a $2,000 grant to families with two siblings concurrently enrolled or $3,000
  if three are concurrently enrolled.
Southeast Missouri State University (Missouri)
offers the following scholarships:
• Full scholarships (tuition, books, room and board) to valedictorians with a 31 ACT or
   1380 SAT, or National Merit Finalists.
• Full tuition to students in top 10 % of class with 27 ACT or 1240 SAT.
• $1,500 to 2,500 per year to students in top 20% of class with 24 ACT.
Southern Christian University (Alabama)
offers the following scholarships:
EXCEL Scholarship: Recognizing the busy schedule of working adults, SCU offers an incentive
  program for completing undergraduate study in minimal time. Our EXCEL Scholarship is an award
  of $1,920 per semester to the full-time undergraduate student and is available from the semester
  of entry until completion of an undergraduate degree to any student who meets enrollment criteria.
  To maintain the scholarship a student must be in good standing academically and maintain continuous
  enrollment (not failing to participate in the program for two consecutive semesters).
ACT/SAT Scholarships: The amount of this scholarship depends on the undergraduate applicant's
   standardized test scores. ACT scores of: 23,24 up to $300/yr, 25,26 up to $400/yr, 27,28,29 up to
  $500/yr, 30 and above up to $600/yr. SAT scores of: 940 - 1010 up to $300/yr, 1020 - 1090 up to
  $400/yr, 1100 - 1250 up to $500/yr, 1260 and above up to $600/yr. This award may be maintained
  up to four years pending a CGPA of 3.0. Official test scores must be on file at >Southern Christian
  University in order for the student to receive this award.
For Incoming Freshman
GPA
CLASS RANK
ACT SCORE
SAT SCORE
AWARD
3.85
Top 5%
24-27
1190-1230
$2,950
3.75
Top 10%
26-29
1170-1310
$2,950
3.85
Top 5%
28-36
1240-1600
$2,530
3.75
Top 10%
24-25
1090-1160
$2,530
3.75
Top 10%
24-27
1090-1230
$2,100
Southwest Baptist University (Missouri)
offers the following:
For Transfer Students (with  30+ hours)
GPA
ACT SCORE
SAT SCORE
AWARD
3.85
24-27
1190-1230
$2,950
3.5-3.84
26-29
1170-1600
$2,950
3.0-3.49
28-36
1900-1160
$2,350
3.5-4.0
24-25
1240-1600
$2,350
3.0-3.49
24-27
1090-1230
$2,100
• Will match up to $1,000 a year awarded by a student's home church.
• $1,000 per year to students preparing for a church-related vocation.
• $1,000 per year to spouses or children of persons engaged as full-time church ministers.
• $1,000 per year to student who graduate from a Christian high school and are recommended
   by a counselor or school administrator.
• Also awards ($200 - one year only)to any full-time student who makes an official campus visit
   during the academic year prior to enrolling at SBU.
Southwest Missouri State University (Missouri)
offers the following:
• Offer's approximately value is $3,600 per year to state residents with a top 10 percent
   high school class rank minimum ACT of 28 (or SAT of 1240).
• Out-of-state-residents meeting the same criteria may qualify for a bit more (reflecting the
   in-state and out-of-state cost differential).
• Awards $2,000 per year to students with a top 20% high school class rank (or 3.6 GPA) and
   minimum ACT of 26 (or SAT of 1170).Students who rank first or second in their class also qualify.
• Awards $1,000 annually to students in the top 10% of their high school class (or 3.8 GPA) with
   an ACT of at least 24 (or 1090 SAT).
• Full tuition scholarships to National Merit Finalist and half tuition scholarships to semifinalists.
• Other academic scholarships ranging from $2000 to $5000 for entering freshmen based on
   a scale score which combines GPA, class rank and ACT (or SAT score). Minimums to qualify would
   include a combination of a 3.20 GPA, top 30% class rank, and an ACT of 21 (970 SAT).
• Out-of-state grant of $1,500, and residents of Ohio receive an additional $300 grant.
• One quarter tuition scholarships for Free Methodist pastors and their dependents, as well as
   any student declaring his/her intention to enter full-tie Christian ministry with the Free Methodist Church.
• A half tuition scholarship for any Free Methodist missionary or their dependents (in active service or
   on furlough).
Spring Arbor College (Michigan)
offers the following scholarships:
Union College (Nebraska)
offers the following scholarships:
ACT AWARDS
ACT SCORE
TUITION AWARD
30+
20%
28-29
12%
25-27
7%
• Offers full tuition to National Merit Finalists, 25% to Semi-Finalists, 20% for Commended.
• Small awards are also offered to high school varsity athletes, class and student government
   officers, publication editors and assistant editors, Who's Who members, and National Honor Society Z
   members.
GPA AWARDS
GPA SCORE
TUITION AWARD
3.83-4.0
20%
3.58-3.82
12%
3.33-3.57
7%
• Four almost free years and a stipend to students willing to serve for five years in the
  Coast Guard (as an officer) after graduation. The only cost, an initial entrance fee of $3,000,
  can be waived in the case of verifiable hardship.
United States Coast Guard Academy (Connecticut)
offers the following:
University of Indianapolis (Indiana)
offers the following:
• Half tuition scholarships to students in the top 5% of their high school class with a
   minimum SAT of 1270 or ACT of 29.
• Thirty percent tuition for students in the upper 15% of their class and at least an
   1100 SAT, or 24 ACT.
• $2,500 annually to full-time students who are members of the United Methodist Church.
• $3,500 scholarship to students with an "above average" GPA in a college prep curriculum.
• $2,500 a year to students "with evidence of community service participation and/or active
   membership in any mainline religious organization".
• $3,000 per year for up to four years for National Merit Finalists, National Hispanic Scholars
  or National Achievement Finalists that list the University as their first choice.
• $5,000 per year for up to four years for members of underrepresented groups (African-American,
   Hispanic/Latino, Native American, Alaskan Native) with either an ACT composite of 25 or higher
   (1100 SAT I) and high school rank in the top 30% or UI admission index of 130 or higher.
• One time $1000 award to students ranked first in their high school graduating class.
• $1250-$2250 a year for non-resident and international students with UI index of 129 or higher.
• At least $500 annually for Iowa students with a high school class rank in top 15%.
University of Iowa (Iowa)
offers the following:

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University of Louisiana Lafayette (Louisiana)
offers the following:
FOR FIRST TIME FRESHMEN
• National Merit Semifinalists or Finalists, with 30 ACT or SAT equivalent, and 3.0 high school
  GPA =$26,200 over four years
• 28 ACT or SAT equivalent, and 3.0 high school GPA= $2,000 per year
• Valedictorian= $2,000 first year scholarship

Out-of-State Tuition Waiver:

• Out-of-state students enrolling at UL as first time freshmen will receive an out-of-state
  tuition waiver if they have an ACT composite score of at least 23 (or an equivalent SAT total score),
  a cumulative high school GPA of at least 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale), and require no developmental
  coursework. 22 ACT or SAT equivalent and 3.0 high school GPA= up to $1,500 per year

FOR TRANSFER STUDENTS
• 3.2 college GPA with a minimum of 60 credit hours= $2,000 per year for two years ($4,000 total)

Out-of-State Tuition Waiver:
• Out-of-state incoming transfer students (12 or more completed semester hours) will qualify
  for the waiver if they have a college cumulative GPA of at least 2.75 and require no developmental
  coursework. In addition, out-of-state tuition waivers are available to students with high achievement
  in dance performance, debate, visual arts, music or theatre performance, cheerleading, flag corps,
  and other sponsored spirit groups. To qualify for these awards, students must have at least a 2.5
  high school GPA on a 4.0 scale or a cumulative college GPA of at least 2.5 and at least 24 semester
  hours of college coursework, and commit to participation in their area of achievement at UL.

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University of Oregon (Oregon)
offers the following:
• Dean's Scholarships of varying amounts (up to $5,000) will be awarded automatically
  to qualified students who submit their applications for admission by January 15. These
  awards are renewable for up to four years, are given to freshmen who meet all of the
  O's admissions requirements and have GPA's of 3.60 or higher. Students who have
  combined SAT scores of 1350 or higher are also considered for Dean's Scholarships.
• Awards $1500 to any first year student with a 3.5 GPA and 1100 SAT or a 23 ACT.
University of the Redlands (California)
offers the following:
University of St. Francis (Indiana)
offers the following:
• $5,000-$7,000 annually for 1100 SAT or 24 ACT, with 3.5 GPA and top 20% class rank.
• $500-$5,000 for rank in top 40%, 2.5 GPA and multiple co-curricular activities.
• Matches grants awarded by churches up to $500.
University of St. Louis (Missouri)
offers the following:
Curator's Scholarship: awarded to Missouri resident with a score of 28+ ACT or
   1230 SAT and ranks in the top 5% of their class.
University of South Florida  (Florida)
offers the following:
• National Merit Scholars, National Achievement Scholars, and National Hispanic Finalists
  selecting USF as a first-choice school with NMSC will receive a total award of
  $36,000-$48,000 over four years.
University of Tennessee/Martin (Tennessee)
offers the following:
• $3,000 per year for 4 years to students with a 28 ACT and 3.5 GPA.
• $1,500 per year for 4 years to those with a 25 ACT and 3.5 GPA.
Washington College (Maryland)
offers the following:
• $10,000 a year to incoming freshmen who are members of the National Honor Society.
Wesleyan College (Georgia)
offers the following:
• $3,000 annually to all admitted Georgia residents with at least a 3.25 GPA in college preparatory classes.
• $3,000 annually to non-Georgia U.S. citizens with at least a 3.25 GPA in college preparatory classes.
• Up to a 50% tuition discount to daughters of United Methodist ministers.
• 20% tuition discount to daughters and grand-daughters of alumnae.
• One half tuition scholarships to National Merit Finalists and National Achievement Finalists.
Wilkes University (Pennsylvania)
offers the following:
SAT SCORE
TUITION AWARD
1800 or top 5% class rank
$13,000
1650 or top 10% class rank
$11,000
1500 or top 20% class rank
$9,000
1350 AND top 50% class rank
$6,000
William Woods University (Missouri)
offers the following:
• LEAD Award (Leading, Educating, Achieving and Developing): $5,000
• Academic Scholarship: $5,000 with a minimum 30 ACT or 1130-1230 SAT or 
   class rank of top 5%
• Achievement Award: $3,000 with and ACT of 25-27 or 1130-1230 SAT or class
   rank of top 20% or higher
• Legacy Award: $1,000 to graduate
Wilmington College (Ohio)
offers the following annual, renewable awards:
• $9000 Presidential Scholarship: 24 - 36 ACT, 1090 - 1600 SAT and 3.0 final high
   school gpa (on a 4.0 scale)
• Pearl & Burritt 18 - 23 ACT/860 - 1080 SAT, $7000
• Hiatt Scholarship: 3.0 final high school gpa(on a 4.0 scale), majoring in the sciences
   including: Biology, Chemistry, •Pre-Med, Pre-Vet Mathematics, Computer Science, Agriculture,
   and Athletic Training.
• $7000 Dean's Scholarship: 18 - 23 ACT, 860 - 1080 SAT, and 3.0 final high school gpa
   (on a 4.0 scale)
• $2000 Achievement Award: 18 - 36 ACT, 860 - 1600 SAT and 2.5 - 2.99, final high
   school gpa (on a 4.0 scale)
• $5000 Cuyahoga County Award : Minimum 2.5 final high school gpa (on a 4.0 scale) and
   reside in Cuyahoga County
• $1,000 Ohio Legacy Award awarded to any student whose parent graduated from
   Wilmington College
• $1,000 Sibling Discount awarded to any first-time freshman whose sibling is enrolled
   full-time at Wilmington College
• $5,000 Transfer Honor Scholarship: 24+ semester hours of college work and a minimum 3.3
   overall college gpa (on a 4.0 scale)
• $1,000 Southern State Scholarship: 24+ semester hours of college work from Southern State
   Community College and a minimum college gpa of 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale)
Wingate University (North Carolina)
offers the following:
• North Carolina Baptists receive $1,000.
• All students with at least a 3.0 high school GPA and 1000 SAT receive at least $3,000 annually.
• Students with 1100 SAT and 3.4 high school GPA receive at least $4,000 annually.
• Students with 1200 SAT and 3.8 high school GPA get $6,000 or more.
• NC residents receive a Legislative Grant of $1800.
• Transfers (24 transferable hours or more) receive $3,000 a year with a 3.0 or $4,000 with a 3.5.
Winthrop University (South Carolina)
offers the following:
• The scholarship reward for the International Baccalaureate students are $4,000 per year,
   renewable scholarships to students who complete the International Baccalaureate program
   through grade 12 and have a minimum SAT score of 1250 or ACT of 28.
• Awards full tuition to admitted graduates of the S.C. Governor's School with a minimum
   SAT of 1250 or ACT of 28.
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