Scholarship Renewal Frequently Asked Questions
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What are the renewal requirements for each scholarship?
How do I know if I’ve met the renewal requirements?
After grades are finalized each spring term, the Scholarship Office will conduct an automatic review for each award to determine if the student has satisfied the renewal requirements for their scholarship. When the review is complete the student will be sent a letter notifying them of their current eligibility status, confirming whether they’ve met the renewal requirements, or have not met the renewal requirements and need to enroll in summer courses to try to maintain their eligibility for the upcoming year.
A final review will be conducted after all summer grades have been posted, to determine if the student has satisfied the renewal requirements for each scholarship. A student will be notified only if their eligibility status has changed.
If I have a 2.99 GPA and needed a 3.0 will I be able to keep my scholarship?
Students are highly encouraged to monitor their Webadvisor and read all letters sent to them from the Scholarship Office following the spring term to determine if they have met the renewal requirements for their award. It is never safe to assume!
Am I able to take summer courses to meet the renewal criteria?
How do repeat courses affect my Scholarship renewal eligibility?
If I lost my merit-based scholarship last year because I did not meet the renewal requirements, is there any way I can get it back if I do well in the future?
What if I encountered an extenuating circumstance that prevented me from meeting the renewal requirements?