Future Students: Freshmen Merit Scholarship
The scholarships below are available to first-time, full-time freshmen for the 2015-2016 academic year. These scholarships are awarded to undergraduate full time students accepted to Schreiner University. A separate scholarship application is not required. Merit scholarships are agreements between the student and Schreiner University, are renewable for 4 years consecutively, and are tuition specific.
NOTE: Either SAT or ACT scores are accepted. The admission staff recalculate all high school GPA’s from official transcripts in order to standardize all GPA’s to a 4.0 scale.
Freshmen Merit Scholarships
At Schreiner University, we believe you should be awarded for your hard work in high school. When you are accepted as a freshmen, your Admission Counselor will determine what level of merit scholarship you have earned based on your high school GPA and your composite ACT score or your Critical Reading & Math SAT scores (we even super score all of your SAT exams to base decisions on your highest individual scores). And the best part is that we will increase your merit scholarship if your GPA and/or test scores increase to the next level during your senior year of high school. Check out the chart below to see where you stand today!
Additional Freshmen Scholarship Opportunities:
National Merit Finalists – FULL TUITION for four years will be awarded to all National Merit Finalists. (Note: This scholarship will replace any merit award listed above)
National Hispanic Scholars - $5,000 scholarship for all National Hispanic Scholars (Note: This scholarship is in addition to any merit award listed above)
National Achievement Scholars - $5,000 scholarship for all National Achievement Scholars (Note: This scholarship is in addition to any merit award listed above)
Boys State or Girls State Attendees - $1,000 scholarship for all Boys State or Girls State Attendees (Note: This scholarship is in addition to any merit award listed above)
These awards are based on your accomplishments in high school. However, more scholarships, grants, work study and loan options may be available to you based on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (www.fafsa.ed.gov). Follow the steps to your financial success today: