James S. Barrett
|Full tuition and fees, |
room & board
|Jan. 15 ||1|
|Full tuition ||Jan. 15 ||2|
|$15,000 ||March 1 ||Up to 15|
|$13,000 ||Open ||Open|
|$12,000 ||Open ||Open|
|$9,500 ||Open ||Open|
|$4,000 ||Open ||Open|
*A scholarship of the Greensboro College Honors Program
Scholarships are awarded in the following areas:
Merit-based scholarships are determined by a student’s academic grades and accomplishments. This category also awards Honors Program scholarships including James S. Barrett, Presidential and Honors. View the table above to learn more about these scholarships. Learn more at greensboro.edu/academics/programs/honors/ Competition for our highest academic scholarships is held on Honors Day, Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013, by invitation only.
Each year, we offer our students need-based scholarships to help them achieve their academic goals. Our Office of Financial Aid is committed to assisting every student with options to pay for their Greensboro College education. Scholarships are awarded based on the student’s need as computed from his or her FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Our FAFSA Code is 002930.
Students who have achieved honors in leadership and service could be eligible to receive an additional $1,000 scholarship. Examples include the Eagle Scout and Gold Awards in scouting.
Performance Activity Grants
Students could be eligible for activity grants recognizing performance in the Greensboro College concert bands and vocal groups. Only limited numbers of activity grants are available to students.
Recognizing our heritage as a Methodist-affiliated college, we offer up to $2,000 scholarships to Methodist students.
Students with outstanding talents in theatre, music or art may be considered for additional fine arts scholarships from $500 to $7,500. Auditions and portfolio evaluations are required. Students are evaluated for scholarships based on their complete academic and extracurricular profile.
Merit scholarship levels* for students earning over 24 credit hours:
- $11,000 3.5 and above
- $9,000 3.0-3.49
- $7,000 2.5-2.99
- $5,000 2.25-2.49
*Based on the cumulative GPA from all college work at the time of acceptance.
An additional $2,000 scholarship will be given to those students earning an associate's degree from a North Carolina community college.