First-Year Scholarship and Award Information 2014-2015
When your application for admission is complete, you will automatically be considered for academic and merit-based scholarships and awards. We are in the process of enhancing our institutional scholarships for students beginning in Fall 2015. To be notified when this information is available, contact Nora Fradin, Recruitment Coordinator, at email or 318.869.5741.
Centenary awards three scholarships based on academic merit: the Presidentís, Deanís, and Trusteeís Scholarships. Each of these awards is based on your GPA and ACT/SAT scores.
Generally, you must have at minimum of 16 core courses including:
- 4 English courses
- 3 math courses
- 3 science courses (with lab)
- 3 social sciences
- 2 foreign language (in the same language)
Each year, a distinguished group of admitted students is invited to campus to participate in Scholars Weekend. These students will be considered for our top scholarships: the Nancy M. Christian Scholarship and the 1825 Scholarship.
More information about Scholars Weekend for 2015 will be available soon.
For information on other institutional scholarships and grants, click here.
- The academic criteria are used for scholarship consideration only. Meeting the listed criteria does not guarantee admission to the College. All scholarships are based on availability of funds.
- Scholarships will be automatically renewed for up to three years as long as the recipient maintains full-time status and maintains the grade point average outlined in their financial aid award letter.
Centenary College is an equal opportunity educational institution.