Guaranteed Scholarships

I first learned about guaranteed scholarships through the Homeschool Buyer’s Co-op! They listed several that led me to a wonderful website called Guaranteed Scholarships.

A guaranteed scholarship is one that everyone who qualifies will receive.  There is no competition for the money, no hoops, no essays to write.   The money is simply waiting for your qualified teen to grab it!  

A word of caution about scholarships:  sometimes, a scholarship is used to entice parentscoupon and students to enroll in a program they might otherwise not consider.  This isn’t necessarily a bad thing unless it means incurring a ton of debt to do so. For instance, a $10,000 scholarship toward the yearly tuition of $50,000 still makes you responsible for $40,000 each year.  I’ve listened to parents reason that they must take advantage of the scholarship because it is saving them money.  Consider any scholarship like a “coupon” off of the cost – but all good couponers know that it’s the total out of pocket price that you should calculate, not the amount saved. 

In 2016, I wrote a book called Completely Free Colleges.  The reason I wrote that book, was to show you that motivated and resourceful parents could find ways for their teens to earn a degree without paying tuition.  It’s 100% true that you can attend college without paying tuition, but it since it sounds too good to be true, I suspect most parents don’t take it seriously.  Interestingly enough, I did not include a section on scholarships!  But, like the guaranteed scholarship list below, Completely Free Colleges teaches you how to take advantage of existing free college tuition programs.  There are programs open to everyone, those based on income, those based on geography, through the military, through your employers, etc.  My hope is that by having them in one handy location, that you’ll be able to find one or more options that work for your teen.  You can read the first few chapters of my newest edition (currently in production) here.  Or you can still find the 2016 edition on Amazon for under ten bucks.

I’ve copied/pasted some of the guaranteed scholarship lists below, but in order to get the most up to date information, you should always visit the college’s website – which you’ll have to google, their list is link-less.  I’m also not sure how often they update their site, so consider this list more of a starting point than a promise.

Note:  when the scholarship refers to transfer student, they are refering to a student that has earned college credit AFTER high school graduation.  Students who only earned college credit DURING high school are always considered freshman unless the college has a specific policy against it.


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)


Allegheny 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.

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.


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.


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 GPA and 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.


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.


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.

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.


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
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.


Earlham College (Indiana)
offers the following:
 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
schoalrship100 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 a scholarship
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


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 a 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 a 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.


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


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.


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.


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

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.


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.


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.


Regis College (Massachusetts)
offers the following annual, renewable scholarships:
• $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.


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.


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


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
maintained   up(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. Thimaintained 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.


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”


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.


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


The 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.
NOTE:  we have a member/homeschooling parent who is a professor at this university.  Message me if you’d like to me to connect you with him.

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.


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