Based on the results of a student's Free Application for Federal Student Aid and other eligibility criteria, a student may be eligible to receive funding from grants, scholarships and loans.
Students must resubmit the FAFSA each year for need-based aid and federal loans, and maintain satisfactory academic progress requirement to retain eligibility for financial aid.
Emory & Henry College awards merit-based academic scholarships based on GPA and SAT/ACT scores. Scholarships for incoming students range from $4,000 to $17,000. The Admissions Office will present accepted applicants' information to the Vice President for Enrollment Management for award. The Bonner Scholar Program is a highly competitive scholarship program for service oriented students with high need. See each scholarship or grant program detailed below.
The scholarships listed here are from outside sources. Emory & Henry College has no control or influence over application process or receipt of these scholarships. If you receive a scholarship from any outside source, you must notify the CSA Office at Emory & Henry College of the amount and source of your scholarship to comply with all federal regulations and institutional policies based on the results of your FAFSA and other financial aid.