There are many scholarships offered only to graduating senior high school students and/or entering freshmen students. There are also a few scholarships for junior students in high school. These scholarships may have specific requirements by GPA, academic year in school, degree program, financial need or ethnicity, for example. The high school list is not all-inclusive, but a group of scholarships which may be of interest to students interested in attending our university.
In addition, our university offers scholarships to high merit (GPA) students who are accepted for admission by February 1 of each calendar year and these students will be automatically considered for the Admissions Scholarships. New students should also contact schools or colleges within the university for specific degree scholarships. New students should also review the miscellaneous scholarships offered for all majors/degrees. For information on these scholarships, please review the University Undergraduate Scholarship Guide and the additional scholarship research sites.