Numerous private scholarships are available through outside organizations and can be an invaluable source of assistance to students. Information on such scholarships is often available at your local library, the Guidance Office at your local high school, or on numerous web-based scholarship searches. We encourage all Anna Maria College students to pursue as many outside scholarship opportunities as possible.
If you are the recipient of an outside scholarship, you must report the award and the amount to the Office of Student Financial Aid. It is the student’s responsibility to make us aware of any source of funding not listed on your award letter. Federal regulations require that your total financial aid not exceed your calculated financial eligibility.
In some cases, outside scholarships may necessitate an adjustment to your financial aid package. Whenever possible, self-help awards (loans and/or employment programs) will be reduced before grants or scholarships are impacted. Anna Maria College policy does not allow for grant and scholarship funding in excess of the cost of tuition.
Anna Maria College Heart Advantage Scholarship
This $22,500 transfer scholarship is available for students transferring from any community college in New England. Eligible students will have earned an associate degree before matriculation at Anna Maria with a minimum GPA of 2.8. Students are guaranteed admission to Anna Maria for the completion of the bachelor’s degree.
This scholarship is open to students entering most full-time, day, on-ground, undergraduate programs. Please see the details here.
The scholarship will be awarded at the time of admission to all eligible students (no scholarship application necessary). Preferred deadline is June 1 for fall admission and November 15 for spring admission. This is a merit scholarship and does not require the student to file the FAFSA. Students interested in obtaining additional need-based funding are encouraged to submit the FAFSA before March 15 for the fall semester and before November 15 for the spring semester.
The associate degree must be posted on the official community college transcript before the student matriculates at Anna Maria. The student is responsible for having the official transcript sent to Anna Maria College prior to matriculation.Students will be required maintain good academic standing at Anna Maria with a minimum 2.5 cumulative grade point average while attending the College as a full-time student.
|Scholarships for Minority Students||Ongoing||Click here|
|Attorney Injury Group Scholarship Program||$1,000||5/15/2018||Click here|