The application for the 2017-2018 academic year is now available. We encourage all interested students to begin working on their scholarship applications by reviewing the individual scholarship criteria and application prompts, as well as the resume scoring rubric.
The Competitive Scholarship application deadline is December 15. Students must have all admissions documents on file by the December 15 deadline. Please be aware that the scholarship application does require a student resume. Below is the link to a sample rubric used for scoring resumes. Kentucky and Southern Indiana** students are eligible to apply.
|Name||Amount/# Awarded||Minimum Criteria for Consideration|
|Henry Vogt Award||Full in-state tuition, plus a $3,500 educational allowance toward additional educational expenses; over 150 awarded|
31 ACT or 1420 SAT* and 3.75 GPA
|Trustees' Scholarship||Award values range from $1,000 one-time awards up to full tuition renewable; over 1,000 awarded|
26-28 ACT or 1240-1310 SAT* and 3.5 GPA - non-renewable, one time awards
29 ACT OR 1350 SAT* AND 3.5 GPA - renewable awards
|Eagle/Gold Scout Scholarship||Award values range from $1,000 one-time awards up to full tuition renewable; minimum of 10 awarded considered with Trustees' pool|
26 ACT or 1240 SAT* and a 3.5 GPA
|Woodford R. Porter Scholarship||Award values vary; over 200 awarded|
African American students are selected based on academic merit, leadership, and service.
|Kentucky Dataseam||$2,000 renewable scholarship; 10 awarded|
Awarded to students attending high school in coal severance counties that participate in the Kentucky Dataseam Initiative. Must meet admission standards and pursue a degree in education, engineering or a science-related field.
**Southern Indiana reciprocity counties are Clark, Crawford, Floyd, Harrison, Perry, Scott and Washington.
*This score reflects the new SAT to ACT Concordance Table. For any questions regarding SAT exams taken prior to March 2016, please contact the Office of Admission at 502.852.6531 or email@example.com.