2022-2023 Non-Resident Merit Scholarships and Other Academic Scholarships for High School and Transfer Students
Awards are based on a combination of ACT/SAT scores and high school or college GPA. In order to be considered for the non-resident merit scholarship, students should submit the application for admission, ACT/SAT scores, and high school or college transcripts. No other scholarship application is necessary. Any student receiving the non-resident merit scholarship must be enrolled full-time and will be considered for renewal after their first year of enrollment, based on their institutional GPA.
|Award||GPA||ACT/SAT||Applied to the University||Amount Awarded|
(MT, SD, MB, SK, KS, NE, MO, WI, IN, IL)
(WUE and Other States)
|3.0 - 3.49||$1,000.00**||$1,500.00**|
|2.50 - 2.99||$500.00**||$1,000.00**|
|3.0 - 3.49||$1,000.00*||$1,500.00*|
|2.50 - 2.99||$500.00*||$1,000.00*|
|**Awardees must maintain a 2.5 GPA or higher and remain enrolled as a FT student.
*One Year Only
Students not meeting stipulations of awards will be placed on probation for 1 term before termination of award.