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|Eligibility Criteria||Academic Awards||Cedarville
|31+ ACT / 1360+ SAT
and 3.75 HS GPA
Student identified as a National Merit
or National Achievement finalist/semifinalist
|President's Scholar Award
|Up to $2,000||$4,000||Up to $18,000|
|27+ ACT / 1210+ SAT
and 3.5 HS GPA
|Provost's Scholar Award
|Up to $2,000||$4,000||Up to $15,000|
|25+ ACT / 1130+ SAT
and 3.2 HS GPA
|Dean's Scholar Award
|Up to $2,000||$4,000||Up to $13,000|
|22+ ACT / 1020+ SAT
and 3.0 HS GPA
|Faculty Scholar Award
|Up to $2,000||$4,000||Up to $10,000|
|All other students||n/a||Up to $4,000||$4,000||Up to $8,000|
Above and beyond these Cedarville scholarships and grants, additional aid may be available from federal and state sources or private scholarships.
These awards are available for eight (8) semesters of attendance (fall and spring terms only) and require full-time enrollment.
Notes: Scholarship decisions are based on GPA and test scores received by Cedarville by April 15.
GPA: Unweighted HS GPA (using 4.0 scale)
Test Scores: Best one-day test score
ACT: Composite score for a single test date
SAT: Math + Critical Reading scores for a single test date
Some institutional awards are partially funded by generous donors to the University. Students will be notified by the fall if a donor contributed to any portion of their awards.
Other Cedarville Scholarship and Grant Opportunities for New Students:
More Scholarships and Grants
- Transfer who will start in 2013–14
- Transfer who started in 2012–13
- Transfer who started in 2011–12
- Transfer who started in 2010–11
Athletic Scholarships are awarded to top-performing athletes on an individual basis by the coaches.
Donor-Funded Scholarships. Scholarship requirements vary according to each donor's request. Award selection is made by the Executive Director of Financial Aid and/or a scholarship committee. Donor-funded scholarships may underwrite the funding of a student's existing academic or need-based aid or, in some cases, are awarded in addition to other institutional aid, depending on the wishes of the donor. Completion of the FAFSA is required.
Tuition Remission Scholarships: Cedarville University offers two Tuition Remission programs for full-time faculty, staff, and administrators of both Cedarville University and other Christian universities.
Transfer Student Aid is awarded to transfer students based on various awarding criteria.
A student must be enrolled full-time to receive institutional aid. 12 hours is considered full-time for undergraduates. Enrolling in less than 12 hours will result in institutional aid being fully rescinded.