Check out the scholarship offerings for incoming freshmen and transfers at Spring Arbor University. The list below includes scholarships through Spring Arbor University, as well as the federal government and state government.
National Merit Scholarship – 100% or 60% of tuition finalist/semifinalist; students must be full-time; overload credits are not covered
You’re eligible if you’re a National Merit Scholarship Finalist/Semifinalist, entering SAU the same year you graduated high school; two finalists selected for full tuition. To apply submit copy of National Merit status (finalist certificate or semifinalist confirmation).
Multicultural Leadership Scholarship – $3,000 per year
You’re eligible if you’re an American minority student demonstrating interest in advancement of minorities in American society, and admitted to SAU with completed MLS application and essay by Feb. 15. Apply
E.P. Hart Honors Program Scholarship – $1,000
You’re eligible with a high school of GPA: 3.6 and comp ACT of 27 or SAT equivalent and accepted into the Honors program early (apply by Jan. 31). You must maintain a GPA of at least 3.6 and annual honors participation standards. Apply
Art Scholarships – Award amount varies
You’re eligible if you’re a new freshman art major, and submit a portfolio and application to the SAU Art Department. Apply
Music Scholarship – Award amount varies
You’re eligible if you’re a music major, minor or participant in SAU musical ensemble, and audition with the SAU Music Department by January.
Athletic Scholarship – Award amount varies*Your eligibility is considered based on your leadership, academic standing, sportsmanship, respect for authority, competitive spirit and athletic ability. This scholarship precludes all other forms of SAU aid other than academic scholarships. Apply
Free Methodist Ministerial/Missionary Scholarship $1,000
You may be eligible for this scholarship if one or both of your parents or guardians are Free Methodist pastors or missionaries. Call 866-837-9959 (ext. 2900) or talk to your admissions representative for details.
Beginning your freshman year of high school and continuing all the way up to October 1 of your senior year, you can earn micro-scholarships through Raise.me by playing sports, being a student leader, volunteering, visiting SAU and making academic achievements. Sign up now to learn more and get started!
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