Awarded within an acceptance letter, these academic scholarships are based on the combination of each applicant's cumulative high school GPA and SAT/ACT score achievement. (Waynesburg University uses Critical Reading and Math scores only on the SAT.) See below for the average GPA and test scores to qualify for each award.
AB Miller Scholarship ($15,000 maximum annual amount)
4.12 average GPA*, 1210/27 average SAT/ACT
Presidential Honor Scholarship ($12,000 maximum annual amount)
3.87 average GPA*, 1070/23 average SAT/ACT
Waynesburg Honor Scholarship ($10,000 maximum annual amount)
3.6 average GPA*, 980/21 average SAT/ACT
University Scholarship ($9,000 maximum annual amount)
3.23 average GPA*, 930/19 average SAT/ACT
A Waynesburg Opportunity Award, which can be worth up to $6,000/year but cannot be combined with an Achievement Award, is also available for students who exhibit academic promise within the application process.
Amounts shown above are the maximum amount that a student can receive and are reduced for commuters who qualify for either an Achievement Award or a Waynesburg Opportunity Award.
Out-of-state students who receive an Achievement Award or a Waynesburg Opportunity Award also qualify for our State Scholarship, worth an additional $2,000/year.
Find your exact scholarship and financial aid estimate by clicking on the button below.
Only new students enrolling in January 2016 or August 2016 as first-time freshmen are eligible for the above awards. All scholarships are renewable for up to four academic years or until a bachelor’s degree is achieved (whichever comes first). Please see the academic catalog for the GPA requirements to maintain each award. All scholarships are also automatically awarded upon acceptance, so no additional application is needed.
* The Admissions Committee reserves the right to recalculate GPA based on core curriculum and evaluate all academic credentials included within the application process for admittance and scholarship purposes.