We review your high school GPA and SAT/ACT test scores (updated testing information can be found here) to determine your high school academic achievement, and, based on that, we’ll award you one of the following scholarships. The scholarship you earn for your first year is renewable and awarded for eight consecutive semesters (excluding summer) of undergraduate enrollment or until a bachelor's degree is achieved (whichever comes first) on Waynesburg University’s main campus. Students must also achieve the required GPA for renewal.
Who can apply: All accepted first-year freshman students will be considered for an Achievement Award based on their application for admission. Scholarships below are effective for new first-year freshman students beginning fall 2021. Scholarship amounts are reduced for students who do not reside in University housing.
Out-of-state students: Out-of-state students who receive an Achievement Award also qualify for our State Scholarship, worth an additional $3,000/year.
To learn more about the exact GPA and standardized test scores that are needed for each award, contact the Office of Admissions at 800-225-7393, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Net Price Calculator. More information about the SAT/ACT testing requirement for 2021 can be found here.
|Achievement Award||Annual Amount|
|A.B. Miller Scholarship||$16,000|
|Presidential Honor Scholarship||$14,000|
|Waynesburg Honor Scholarship||$12,000|
|Waynesburg Opportunity Award||$6,000|
Competitive Scholarship Programs
As a first-year student, you can also apply for competitive scholarships, each of which has its own set of requirements and application. See below for more information on these scholarships, if you qualify, and how you can apply.