Adrian College Scholarships are earmarked for full-time, on-campus study for up to eight semesters. Students may not receive institutional scholarships that are in excess of tuition. Outside scholarships may affect Institutional or State grants and scholarships. Veteran Affairs Benefits, Post 9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33), and ROTC Full-tuition scholarships are included and will reduce the scholarship eligibility of the student dollar for dollar.
Full Tuition Scholarships
The combination of the Full-Tuition Scholarship Award, State of Michigan grants or scholarships, Federal grants or scholarships, and private grants or scholarships will equal full tuition at Adrian College. To be considered for this scholarship students must be ranked #1 or #2 in their graduating class and have their application completed and submitted prior to December 17. If you have questions, please contact the Office of Admissions at 1-800-877-2246.
2011-2012 Fine Arts Scholarship
Adrian College applicants may also apply for fine arts scholarships in the
2011-2012 Additional Scholarship
Adrian College applicants may also apply for additional department/association scholarships in the following departments:
|Academic Department Scholarship|| |
|Participate in the Academic Department Scholarship Day (February 19 and March 12); Open to unconditionally admitted students directly from high school|
|Legacy Scholarship|| |
Up to $5,000
|Grandparent, parent, or sibling is a graduate of Adrian College|
|United Methodist Scholarship|| |
|Letter from pastor verifying church membership|
United Methodist Higher Education Foundation
Offers many scholarship opportunities for United Methodist students.