Greensboro College recognizes incoming students’ academic achievements and outstanding talents by offering Institional Scholarships as a part of the admissions process. First-time freshmen and transfer students are eligible for consideration.
All Institional Scholarships are renewable for four years as long as the student meets satisfactory academic progress.
First-time freshmen and transfer students who have earned fewer than 24 college credit hours are eligible for a merit-based scholarship. Your academic record and accomplishments, such as your high school/college GPA, SAT score, and ACT Score, are used to determine which merit-based scholarship you will receive.
The four levels of merit-based scholarships offered are:
In addition to the four levels of merit-based scholarships, five students will be selected as a Presidential Scholar and will receive a full-tuition scholarship.
To be considered, a student must have a minimum GPA of 3.75 and a 1280 SAT score or a 27 ACT composite score. An interview and writing sample are required. Priority is given to students who attend the Scholarship Competition Day on February 1, 2020.
Transfer students who have earned more than 24 college credit hours are eligible for a transfer scholarship. Your current cumulative college GPA is used to determine which transfer scholarship you will receive.
|GPA Requirements||Scholarship Amount|
|3.5 or above||$6,000|
|3.0 – 3.49||$5,000|
|2.5 – 2.99||$3,000|
|2.0 – 2.49||$2,000|
Incoming students with outstanding talent in theatre, music, or art may be considered for a Fine Arts Scholarship. These scholarships are based on a combination of a student’s academic record and talent. There are three types of Fine Arts Scholarships: Theatre Scholarships, Music Scholarships, and Art Scholarships. Each scholarship has a range from $2,500 to $7,000.
Students receiving a Fine Arts Scholarship will be ineligible for a Merit-Based or Transfer Scholarship.
Traditional transfer students who have earned an Associate’s Degree in Arts or Science from a regionally accredited instition prior to enrolling may be eligible for the Associate’s Degree Scholarship. The amount of the Associate’s Degree Scholarship is based on a student’s financial need as determined by the FAFSA. The scholarship ranges from $500 to $2,500.
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