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Academic Merit Scholarships
At Hastings College, we award academic merit scholarships based on your standardized test scores and grade point average. Because we gather this information from your admissions application, you don’t need to complete a separate form to qualify for basic academic merit scholarships.
The amounts below are renewable each year provided you maintain satisfactory academic progress.
|26 or Higher||3.75|
$14,000 Crimson Scholarship
|26 - 29||3.5||$12,000 Ambassador Scholarship|
|23 - 25||3.0||$ 11,000 Ringland Scholarship|
|20 - 22||3.0||$ 10,000 Pro Rege Scholarship|
Crimson Scholars Program
The Crimson Scholarship Program represents the college’s highest and most prestigious awards, recognizing superior academic achievement and outstanding leadership potential. To qualify for one of these scholarships, high school seniors must do the following by January 11, 2013:
- Apply and complete all admissions requirements
- Maintain a 3.75 GPA or higher
- Score a 26 composite or higher on the ACT exam (or at least 1170 on the SAT exam)
- Complete a Crimson Scholars Program Application and an activities resume (The application process has closed for the year. Please check back for updates.)
You’ve already qualified for a $14,000 scholarship. Why not compete to increase that total from $16,000 to $23,900 – full-tuition?
Based on your superior academic performance, you’ve automatically qualified for a Crimson Scholarship -- $14,000 per year. Explain to the Crimson Scholars Selection Committee what you plan to contribute to the Hastings College campus and earn more. On Sunday, February 10, 2013*, compete for one of the following:
- Walter Scott Scholarships (Full-Tuition)
- Trustee Scholarships (an additional $9,000 per year)
- President Scholarships (an additional $8,000 per year)
- Provost Scholarships (an additional $7,000 per year)
- Dean Scholarships (an additional $2,000-$3,000 per year)
By maintaining a 3.0 or higher GPA, you can renew these scholarships each year.
*In case of inclement weather, Crimson Scholars Day will take place on Sunday, February 17, 2013.
Scholarship winners will be announced by Friday, March 1, 2013. Finalists unable to attend Crimson Scholars Day and participate in the interviews will simply be awarded a Crimson Scholarship ($14,000 per year).
If you have additional questions, contact the Financial Aid Office at (402) 463-7391 or email@example.com.