INSTITUTIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS


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Tusculum Legacy Scholarship– Academic Merit Scholarship awarded by the Tusculum Office of Admissions. Award amount is $20,000 for Residents and $15,000 for commuter students. Student must have a 32 or greater ACT score (1420 SAT) and a 3.0 High School GPA to be eligible.

Tusculum Heritage Scholarship- Academic Merit Scholarship awarded by the Tusculum Office of Admissions. Award amount is $15,000 for Residents and $12,000 for commuter students. Student must have a 26 or greater ACT score (1230 SAT) and a 3.0 High School GPA to be eligible.

Tusculum Charter Scholarship– Academic Merit Scholarship awarded by the Tusculum Office of Admissions. Award amount is $12,000 for Residents and $8,000 for commuter students. Student must have a 21 or greater ACT score (1060 SAT) and a 3.0 High School GPA to be eligible.

Tusculum Scholarship – Academic Merit Scholarship awarded by the Tusculum Office of Admissions based up on high school grade point average and test scores for students who are accepted into the Tusculum University traditional undergraduate program. Award amount varies.

International Scholarship– Academic merit scholarship awarded by the Tusculum Office of Admission for international students accepted into the Tusculum University traditional undergraduate program. Award amount varies.

Tusculum Scholarship for Transfers– Academic merit scholarship awarded by the Tusculum Office of Admissions based upon transfer GPA for students who are accepted into the Tusculum University traditional undergraduate program. Award amount varies.

Tusculum Trustee Honor Scholarship– Academic and merit scholarship awarded through an application process reviewed by the Scholarship Committee. This is a full tuition scholarship renewable each year. Student must have a 3.5 GPA and at least a 28 ACT. Students must maintain a 3.0 College GPA to have their scholarship renewed for the next year.

Tusculum Presidential Scholarship– Academic and merit scholarship awarded through an application process reviewed by the Scholarship Committee. This is a 75% tuition scholarship renewable each year. Student must have a 3.5 GPA and at least a 28 ACT. Students must maintain a 3.0 College GPA to have their scholarship renewed for the next year. (Dependent on funding from year to year)

Tusculum Jump Start Scholarship– Academic scholarship awarded to first time in college, incoming freshman students, who jump start their college career and enroll in courses the summer after high school graduation immediately preceding their fall enrollment term. Students must be enrolled both summer and fall at Tusculum University.

Tusculum Access Grant– academic scholarship awarded to fill the gap for dual enrollment students. Students must have only ever taken course work at Tusculum University and must maintain eligibility for the state of Tennessee Dual Enrollment Grant.

Tusculum Opportunity Grant– need based grant used to fill the gap between academic merit aid up to the currently board approved discount rate. The student would only be awarded if there was still remaining federal need.

Pathways Scholarship: academic scholarship awarded by the Office of Admissions for anyone who is entering Tusculum as a transfer student who has already received their Associates degree from any accredited institution and is enrolled full time. The dollar amount will be $250 per semester. Student must be enrolled full time in an undergraduate program to receive the scholarship.

Phi Theta Kappa: honors scholarship awarded by the Office of Admissions for anyone who is entering Tusculum as a transfer student. Student must have the Phi Theta Kappa designation on their final academic transcript from their transfer institution. The dollar amount will be $250 per semester. Student must be enrolled full time in an undergraduate program to receive the scholarship.

First in Family- scholarship awarded by the Office of Admission for any student who is the first in their family to obtain a college degree. This is determined by the students answer on the admission application. The scholarship is $500 per year with full time enrollment.

Appalachian Regional Community Scholarship– last dollar scholarship awarded to traditional students enrolled full time who live in one of the Appalachian Regional Community counties. The amount is $2500 for residents and $1000 for commuter. The scholarship is last dollar up to tuition, room and board. For a list of counties please CLICK HERE!

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