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Scholarships

PRESIDENT'S

SCHOLARSHIP

Competitive scholarship awarded to full-time incoming freshmen. Applicants

must have a high school GPA of 3.85 and a SAT I score (Critical Reasoning and

Math sub-tests only) of 1400 or ACT score of 32. Renewable with a college

GPA of 3.5.

$14,000

DISTINGUISHED

SCHOLAR

SCHOLARSHIP

Awarded to traditional, full-time students Minimum GPA: 3.85 and Minimum

GPA: 3.85 and SAT I score: 1050 - 1600 (incoming freshmen only; based on

Critical Reasoning and Math sub-tests only) or ACT score: 22 - 36; Renewable

with a 3.45 cumulative GPA

$6,000 -

$11,000

HONORS SCHOLARSHIP

Awarded to traditional, full-time students minimum GPA: 3.65 and SAT I

score: 1050 - 1600 (incoming freshmen only; based on Critical Reasoning and

Math sub-tests only) or ACT score: 22 - 36; Renewable with a 3.45 cumulative

GPA

$4,000 - $8,500

MERIT SCHOLARSHIP

Awarded to traditional, full-time students; Minimum GPA: 3.45 and SAT I

score: 1050 - 1600

(incoming freshmen only; based on Critical Reasoning and Math sub-

tests only)

or

ACT score: 22 – 36: Renewable with a 3.45 cumulative GPA

$3,000 - $6,500

ACHIEVEMENT

SCHOLARSHIP

Awarded to traditional, full-time students; Minimum GPA: 3.25 and SAT I

score: 1050 - 1600 (

(incoming freshmen only; based on Critical Reasoning and Math sub-

tests only)

or

ACT score: 22 – 36; Renewable with a 3.25 cumulative GPA

$2,000 - $5,000

MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP

Awarded by the Music Department to students who demonstrate superior

music ability and who are committed to The Master's University and the

ministry focus of the programs. Annual application is required.

Varies

AWANA CITATION

AWARD

Awarded to full-time incoming freshman or transfer students who have

completed twelve years of AWANA training and who are designated as Citation

Award winners.

$1,000

Work Study Program

STUDENT

EMPLOYMENT

PROGRAM

Awarded to full-time students based on financial need and academic

qualification. Students work in part-time jobs, either on-campus or off-campus.

Depending on experience and wage, most students work between ten and

twenty hours per week. Wages at the minimum wage. Often, these jobs

complement students’ educational and career objectives, providing them with

valuable vocational and technical experience. Whether a student works on-

campus or off-campus, these programs offer many opportunities for

employment which are sure to enhance a resume upon graduation. Annual

application required.

$2,500 - $5,000