Huntingdon offers a number of scholarship and grant programs for full-time day students, awarded on the basis of academic merit, leadership, service, participation in specific clubs or organizations, affiliation with a high school or corporate partner, alumni referral (need-based), and many other circumstances. In general, students may receive only one Huntingdon merit-based scholarship or grant, but these awards are often packaged with federal and state grants, loans, and work-study for those who are eligible.Awards are renewable for up to four years, based on satisfactory academic progress or meeting specified criteria. Some scholarships require special applications and deadlines.
The printable PDF brochure below includes Huntingdon institutional financial aid and scholarship programs. For information about other forms of financial assistance, see below.
- 2017–2018 Financial Aid and Scholarship information coming soon
- 2016-17 Huntingdon College Financial Aid and Scholarships (printable PDF)
- Merit Scholarship Application for students entering Fall 2017: February 1, 2017, deadline