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Scholarships for New Students

It is the goal of the College to make a Goldey-Beacom College education affordable to all qualified students. The College offers a wide variety of academic and merit scholarships to academically talented students. Scholarships are awarded annually to students who meet GPA and SAT or ACT requirements. In addition, some scholarships are awarded based upon state or city of residence or selection of college major.

Scholarship review is part of the Admissions process. When a student has submitted an application for admission and provided the proper documentation, i.e. official high school transcripts and SAT scores, their application will be evaluated for admission to the College and scholarship eligibility. In addition to scholarships, the College offers a variety of grant programs. GBC grants are based upon need and are awarded as part of the Financial Aid process after the student/family has filed the required FAFSA.

Scholarship award amounts vary, but are typically renewable for 3 years based upon successful academic performance at Goldey-Beacom College. If an applicant has any questions about scholarships, it is recommended that he/she contact their Admissions Representative.

Scholarship Application Procedures for Upperclassmen

Goldey-Beacom College is committed to providing scholarship assistance to students who have demonstrated satisfactory academic progress as well as a dedication to their studies while enrolled at the College. In addition to scholarship assistance offered by the College, each year a number of endowed scholarships in varying amounts are given to students who meet established criteria. Students who wish to inquire about scholarship assistance should contact their Advisor in the Financial Aid/Advisement Office.

Additional Scholarship Resources

To learn more about scholarship opportunities sponsored by outside organizations, visit these websites:

www.fastweb.com
www.cappex.com