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2017–2018 Huntingdon Scholarships

2017–2018 Scholarships for Full-Time Day Students

The Huntingdon Office of Financial Aid will package the largest scholarship you are awarded or for which you are eligible, along with any need-based aid for which you qualify through filing the FAFSA. The scholarships listed in this publication cannot be combined and are renewable for up to three additional years of full-time enrollment. For information on need-based aid, see the financial aid page.

Merit Scholarships: $24,900

  • Bellingrath Scholarships
  • Edwin H. and Mae Rousseau Teague Scholarships (for students majoring in Biology, Chemistry, or Mathematics)
  • Walter J. Knabe Memorial Scholarships

Minimum Requirements:

  • 26 ACT/3.75 cumulative GPA
  • Incoming freshmen only
  • Campus residency required
  • Merit Scholarship Application required
  • Limited number available
  • Apply by December 1, 2016. (Application deadline has passed for 2017–2018 Merit Scholarships.)

Other Merit Scholarships (incoming freshmen; no special application required)

  • President A.A. Lipscomb Scholarship—$14,000; requirements: 24 ACT/3.3 GPA; campus residency required
  • Presidential Fellows—$13,500; requirements: 24 ACT/3.0 GPA; participation in Honors Program and in an internship
  • Valedictorian Scholarship—$12,000; verify valedictorian status through a letter from your high school principal or guidance counselor
  • James W. Wilson Jr. Scholarship | Catherine N. & James McAndrew Jones Scholarship | M.C. Stallworth Scholarship—$11,500; requirements: 22 ACT/3.0 GPA

Transfer Academic Scholarships—based on cumulative GPA from all colleges attended

  • 3.0 or higher—$11,500

Awards of Circumstance and United Methodist Awards (incoming freshmen only)

  • Spirit of Huntingdon Award—$13,500; unconditional acceptance
  • Corporate Alliance Awards—$12,500; employees and employee dependents of those who work for Alabama Power, ALFA, Baptist Health, or Regions Bank
  • Thomas Coke Award—$12,500; residency required; completion of Huntingdon Leadership Program
  • Military and Dependent Survivor Awards—$12,000; contact the Office of Admission for details
  • Cross and Flame Awards—$11,500; must be an active member of a Methodist church and be recommended by Methodist clergy
  • Alumni Legacy Awards—$10,500; referral by a Huntingdon alum
  • River Region Awards—$10,500; must live within 60 miles of the Huntingdon campus
  • AISA Awards—$10,500; must have graduated from an AISA school
  • Hawk Award—$7,500; based on demonstrated need, supported by the endowment
  • United Methodist Scholarships and Loans—Amounts Vary; awarded through the UMC General Board of Higher Education and Ministry, see www.umhef.org or www.gbhem.org

Other Scholarships and Grants

  • Huntingdon Military Science Scholarships—$12,000; participation in Army ROTC or Air Force ROTC
  • Participation Awards—Amounts Vary; participation in band, choir, pom squad, cheerleading, and the Huntingdon Community Leadership Program; contact the Office of Admission for details
  • Endowed Scholarships and Awards—Varies; demonstrate financial need; requirements vary.
  • VA Educational Assistance Programs—Up to full tuition and fees; Post-9/11 GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon Program, see www.gibill.va.gov

Questions?  We’re here to help!

(334) 833-4497 or 1-800-763-0313  |  admiss@hawks.huntingdon.edu

Huntingdon College Office of Admission
1500 E. Fairview Ave.
Montgomery, Alabama 36106