Individual invitations for Scholarship Day, held once a year during the spring semester, will be mailed to qualified candidates through the office of enrollment services. Traditional recipients may retain their scholarships for a maximum of eight semesters if they maintain minimum requirements. Transfer students may retain their scholarships for fewer semesters, based on transfer credits accepted by Wesleyan College.
Lane Scholars Program provides one full-tuition scholarship annually to each of three academically superior first-year applicants for admission whose intended major is in the area of fine arts. Eligible candidates must possess strong academic credentials, and demonstrate their interest and ability to engage in research. Requirements: minimum 1080 SAT (combined math and critical reading) or 21 ACT composite, and 3.0 GPA
Findlay Scholars Program provides one full-tuition scholarship annually to an academically superior first-year applicant for admission who intends to declare a major in either the humanities or social sciences. Requirements: minimum 1120-1270 SAT (combined math and critical reading) or 23 ACT composite, and 3.30-3.49 GPA
Munroe Scholars Program provides one full-tuition scholarship annually to each of two academically superior first-year applicants for admission with interests in the sciences, mathematics, or dual-degree engineering. Preference is given to students who demonstrate particular promise in scientific inquiry or research. Recipients also are eligible for research stipends of up to $1,000 during their junior and senior years. Requirements: minimum 1360 SAT (combined math and critical reading) or 29 ACT composite, and 3.25 GPA or 1270 SAT (combined math and critical reading) or 27 ACT composite, and 3.5 GPA
The Mary Knox McNeill Scholarship provides one full-tuition scholarship annually to a first year applicant for admission who demonstrates outstanding academic achievement along with a commitment to faith and community service. Students must submit certification of church membership from their pastor and provide one letter of support from a service agency to document community service activities. Preference will be given to students from the Central Savannah River Area of Georgia and to students who are active members of the United Methodist Church. Requirements: minimum 1080 SAT (combined math and critical reading) or 21 ACT composite, and 3.25 GPA
The Margaret Pitts Endowed Scholarship for Methodist Students provides one full-tuition scholarship annually to each of two first-year students who are active members of the United Methodist Church, and who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement along with commitment to faith, leadership, and community service. Transfer students from Andrew may also qualify. Requirements: minimum 1080 SAT (combined math and critical reading) or 21 ACT composite, and 3.0 GPA
Peyton Anderson Scholarship recognizes young women of superb intellectual talent from the Middle Georgia area who are committed to teaching in the Middle Georgia area after graduation. One-fifth of the scholarship is a loan that will be forgiven at 20 percent a year for five years as the recipient teaches within Middle Georgia. Requirements: minimum 1170 SAT (combined math and critical reading) or 29 ACT composite, and 3.6 GPA, and a commitment to teach in Middle Georgia for five years.
Lovick P. and Elizabeth T. Corn Scholarships provides one full-tuition (plus room and board) scholarship annually to each of two incoming first-year students who demonstrate leadership in service to their schools, churches, or communities, and exemplify the qualities of leadership, character, and personal achievement. Students must be a graduate from (1) any high school in Columbus, GA, or the greater Chattahoochee area, with preference for students involved in Girls Inc., (II) Brookstone School in Columbus, GA, or (III) The Heritage School in Newnan, GA. Candidates should possess a high school GPA of 3.20 (or 3.00 in the case of a student who is involved in Girls Inc. who shows potential for success at Wesleyan) and meet minimum admission requirements.
Hall County Scholarship
Wesleyan College, with the generous support of Fletcher and Lucy Johnson, provides a limited number of full-tuition scholarships annually to first-year applicants for admissions who are graduates from any high school in Hall County, Georgia. Preference is given for students in the top ten percent of their class who exemplify qualities of leadership, character, and personal achievement. Eligible candidates must meet minimum admission requirements (ACT: 20 composite, 20 English, 18 Math OR SAT: 26 Reading, 480 Math) obtain a 3.5 high school grade point average and submit a FAFSA.
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