Traditional Undergraduate Scholarships

  • Merit-Based Scholarships

    These scholarships are for traditional, first-year students. They do not require a separate application, and are generally offered at the time of admission.

    2015-16 TRADITIONAL FIRST-YEAR UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS
    (Fall 2015 | Spring 2016) 

    2015-16 

    SAT (Math and Critical Reading Only )/ACT scores*  

    1400 / 32+

    1300 / 29-31

    1200 / 27-28

    1100 / 24-26

    1000 / 22-23 

    900 / 19-21 

    800 / 17-18 

    Weighted
    GPA

    3.90  

    $18,000

    $18,000 

    $17,000 

    $12,000 

    $10,000 

    $8,000

    $5,000 

     3.75  

    $15,000

    $14,000 

    $14,000 

    $10,000 

    $10,000 

    $8,000

    $5,000

    3.50  

    $14,000

    $13,000 

    $12,000 

    $10,000 

    $9,000 

    $7,000

    $5,000 

    3.25  

    $12,000

    $12,000 

    $12,000 

    $9,000 

    $9,000 

    $7,000

    $5,000 

    3.00  

    $10,000

    $10,000 

    $9,000 

    $9,000 

    $9,000 

    $6,000

    $5,000 

    2.75  

    $9,000  

    $9,000 

    $9,000 

    $9,000 

    $9,000 

    $6,000

    $5,000 

    2.50  

    $5,000

    $5,000 

    $5,000 

    $5,000 

    $5,000 

    $5,000

    $5,000 





     
    All scholarships require satisfactory academic progress [pdf] to be renewed. All scholarships require full-time enrollment for continued eligibility.

    Athletic Scholarships

    Athletic scholarships are available in women's basketball, men's basketballsoccer, softball, tennis, volleyball, and women's and men's cross-country. The amounts of the scholarships vary. Students interested in further information should contact the Athletics Department by calling 412.578.8826 or emailing athletics@carlow.edu. Athletic scholarships may be combined with any academic scholarship. 

    Need-Based Scholarships and Awards

    Need-based scholarships vary in amounts, depending on your calculated financial eligibility and the availability of funds. Unfortunately, we do not have sufficient funds to help every student who qualifies for need-based assistance, but we do our best to help as many students as we can. We give priority to applicants with the strongest academic records.