Sunday, July 31, 2016

Academic Merit Scholarships at Oakland University in USA



At Oakland University, we’re doing all we can to help make an exceptional education affordable. Today, more than half of all OU students receive financial assistance totaling more than $150 million annually. You can benefit from those funds, too. Click the tabs below to learn about scholarships and other forms of financial assistance, and the cost of at
tendance at OU including the net price calculator.
You can also visit Student Financial Services for more information, or download the 2016 Scholarships and Financial Aid booklet for award details, plus information on legacy scholarships and need-based aid.
To qualify for academic merit scholarships, be sure to apply by the following dates:
  • March 1: fall freshmen
  • August 1: fall transfers
  • December 1: winter transfers
OU scholarships and grants are awarded to domestic, incoming freshmen and transfer students, and may be renewable if you meet the Oakland University scholarship and grant renewal criteria.
International students do not qualify for our academic merit scholarships, except where reflected.

To be considered for scholarships, Oakland University must receive your application, transcript and SAT or ACT score by March 1 (for fall freshmen). If you meet this deadline, you will automatically be considered for OU scholarships.
You should apply for admission during your senior year of high school, and submit your transcript and test score when your academic record reflects the strongest grades. Awards are based on your academic record, including GPA and SAT or ACT score, at the time of admission. International students are not eligible for scholarships, except where reflected.
PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLAR AWARD: Full tuition for four years
Awarded to entering freshmen with a high school GPA of 3.90 or higher and a score of 1420 or higher on the Redesigned SAT (ACT composite score of 31 or higher).
DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR AWARD: $20,000 for four years ($5,000 per year)
Awarded to entering freshmen with a high school GPA of 3.80-3.89 and a score of 1280 or higher on the Redesigned SAT (an ACT composite score of 27 or higher), OR a high school GPA of 3.90 or higher and a score of 1280 to 1410 on the Redesigned SAT (ACT composite score of 27-30).
TALENTED SCHOLAR AWARD: $12,000 for four years ($3,000 per year)
Awarded to entering freshmen with a high school GPA of 3.70-3.79 and a score of 1280 or higher on the Redesigned SAT (ACT composite score of 27 or higher), OR a high school GPA of 3.80 or higher and a score of 1200 to 1270 on the Redesigned SAT (ACT composite score equal to 25 or 26).
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: $8,000 for four years ($2,000 per year)
Awarded to entering freshmen with a high school GPA of 3.50 or higher and a score of 1160 to 1190 on the Redesigned SAT (ACT composite score of 24), OR a high school GPA of 3.50-3.79 and a score of 1200 to 1270 on the Redesigned SAT (ACT composite score equal to 25 or 26), OR a high school GPA of 3.50-3.69 and a score of 1280 to 1300 on the Redesigned SAT (ACT composite score of 27 or higher).
UNIVERSITY RECOGNITION AWARD: $6,000 for four years ($1,500 per year)
Awarded to entering freshmen with a high school GPA of 3.40-3.49 and a score of 1130 or higher on the Redesigned SAT (ACT composite score of 23 or higher), OR a high school GPA of 3.40 or higher and a score of 1130 to 1150 on the Redesigned SAT (ACT composite score equal to 23).
GEOGRAPHIC REGION AWARD: $6,000 for four years ($1,500 per year) (Not pictured on chart)
Awarded to entering freshmen with a high school GPA of 3.0 or higher residing in Michigan counties outside of Macomb, Oakland or Wayne who wish to live on campus. Recipients must live in university housing.
NON-RESIDENT AWARD: In-state tuition rates (Not pictured on chart)
Awarded to entering freshmen with a high school GPA of 3.0 or higher who are not Michigan residents and allows them to pay in-state tuition rates. Citizens of Canada and Mexico also qualify. Recipients must live in university housing for their first two years.

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