Ave Maria University Michigan Homeschooled Faith Scholarship
A limited number of scholarships have been made available through the generosity of a donor who wants to applaud the efforts of Catholic Homeschooling families throughout the state of Michigan, and believes that students who have been homeschooled in committed Catholic families will thrive at Ave Maria University. Therefore, this scholarship is intended for students who have been homeschooled for a significant portion of their academic career as defined below:
Student must have been homeschooled for four (4) or more of the last six (6) years. For the purpose of this scholarship, "homeschooled" means those taught at home and applies to those independently homeschooled as well as those enrolled in national homeschool programs (such as Kolbe Academy, Mother of Divine Grace and Seton Home Study). The university will review applicants' transcripts to verify high school graduation as required for federal aid and confirmation that the student was homeschooled four (4) years of the last six (6) years. Additional Criteria and Scholarship Details:-Must reside in the state of Michigan-$7,000 Scholarship (in addition to AMU Institutional Aid)-Awarded $3,500 each semester-For a duration of 4 years (per individual student) as an undergraduate student-First time college freshman or a transfer college student with no more than 31 attempted credit hours (may not be a returning AMU student)-Practicing Catholic - with endorsement letter from Priest or Parish Office-Student must maintain a University GPA of 2.5 in order to keep the scholarship-Must complete Ave Maria University's online scholarship application and be accepted for admission to the universityFor more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
Award Amount: $7,000
Essay required: Yes