Merit-based scholarships are awarded to students who enroll full-time in a traditional undergraduate program. Specific scholarship and award information is available from your Admission Counselor. The information on this page is only a guide.
Scholarships typically renew annually as long as full-time enrollment and a specific GPA are maintained. Merit-based scholarships may only be part of a student’s total financial aid package. Students are encouraged to complete a FAFSA to determine if they are eligible for additional funding.
Scholarship opportunities may exist through your community involvements, places of employment, and other organizations. If you receive a scholarship from an organization outside of Marian, be sure to notify the Office of Financial Aid in order for the scholarship(s) to be included on your financial aid award.
Undergraduate Transfer Student Scholarships
Merit-based scholarships for transferring students are awarded to students who enroll full-time in a traditional undergraduate program. These scholarships renew annually as long as full-time enrollment and a 2.0 cumulative GPA are maintained. Merit-based scholarships may only be part of a student’s total financial aid package. Students are encouraged to complete a FAFSA to determine if they are eligible for additional funding. Transfer students may be eligible for additional scholarships not listed here. Please also review the scholarship section and speak to your financial aid advisor.
Grants for undergraduate students are guaranteed for four years as long as the student maintains a cumulative 2.0 GPA or better and remains a full-time student. Grants are not based on financial need or athletic ability.
This award may not be combined with a Marian merit-based scholarship.
Award Amount: $11,000 per academic year, renews annually.
Eligibility: Graduating high school senior who attended Badger Boys/Girls State, or a non-WI resident’s American Legion program.
How: Camp must be listed on the student’s application, then the award is included in the acceptance letter.
St. Mary’s Spring’s Sr. Judith Schmidt Award – Freshman Students
International Student Scholarships
International freshman and transfer students are eligible for an International Scholarship of $15,000. Other scholarships related to academic accomplishments may be available in addition to or in lieu of the international scholarship. Scholarships will be presented in the acceptance letter, and are awarded to students who enroll full-time in a traditional daytime undergraduate program. Scholarships renew annually as long as full-time enrollment and a 2.0 cumulative GPA are maintained.
Not only does Marian University provide a quality, values-based education, but we offer a variety of special programs that can assist you in reaching your goals. Marian offers programs that can help students at all levels, whether you are a first-year student transitioning to the college atmosphere, an upperclassman who desires to study abroad, a first generation student needing help meeting specific goals or a single parent returning to school.
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