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Transfer Scholarships

Transfer Scholarship Eligibility

New domestic transfer students admitted either spring 2015 or fall 2015 semester will be considered for merit and need-based scholarship opportunities. Eligibility is determined at the time of admission. A student must have submitted a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.gov to be considered for need-based scholarships. Students not meeting the transfer application deadline: December 1 for spring 2015 enrollment; or June 1 for fall 2015 enrollment will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Exact scholarship amounts within each range will be determined by a holistic review of the application for admission. Students enrolled less than full time, those attending a regional campus, and students who have already earned a bachelor's degree are not eligible.

Transfer Scholarship Awards
Ohio residents
$1,500 - $7,500*
per year (renewable)
Non-Ohio residents
$2,000 - $10,000*
per year (renewable)
Considerations include:
  • rigor of coursework
  • number of hours of college-level credit earned
  • cumulative GPA
  • associates degree earned
  • articulation agreements
  • Phi Theta Kappa membership
  • financial need (determined by the FAFSA)
  • diversity
  • athletic ability
  • audition/portfolio
  • intended area of interest 
Priority consideration for scholarships:
Spring semester: Apply by December 1, 2015
Fall semester: Apply by July 1, 2015

*Scholarships based upon availability and are subject to change. For detailed information, see our scholarship policies

New domestic transfer students admitted in the fall or spring semester will be considered for merit and need-based scholarships. Eligibility is determined at the time of admission. Find out more

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