Financial Aid & Scholarships

Andrew empowers.  In a quest to aid future Andrew College students financially, a vast number of funding options are available. Sources of aid to assist in paying tuition fees include scholarships and loans.

An extensive list of funding sources is listed below. To get more information or address individual questions, Andrew College Financial Aid Counselors are available.

Institutional Scholarships

Few colleges offer a greater variety of scholarships than does Andrew College. Students will ordinarily qualify for just one College administered institutional scholarship. However, students may qualify for other scholarships based upon need.

Students who are applying must also submit a FAFSA as well as their SAT or ACT scores. Students receiving an institutional scholarship must apply for every entitlement grant for which they qualify.

The amount of courtesy, merit, or athletic scholarships must not exceed the student’s tuition, fees, and room and board after the student has been credited with all other entitlement financial aid received.

The Margaret A. Pitts Scholarship

Up to two incoming freshmen may receive the Margaret A. Pitts Scholarship to cover the full amount of tuition, fees, room, and board for the academic year. Scholarships are awarded annually at the Pitts Academic Scholarship Competition, which requires contestants to be HOPE Scholarship-eligible Georgia residents studying a college preparatory curriculum, have combined SAT scores of 1,000 (with minimum subsets of 460-Math and 460-Verbal) or ACT equivalents, and be non-conditionally accepted to attend Andrew College for the fall semester. The Margaret A. Pitts Scholarship is renewable for the sophomore year if the Pitts Scholar maintains a GPA of 3.00 or higher on all attempted hours.

The Andrew Presidential Academic Scholarship

Incoming students whose high school GPA is 3.0 or higher and who scored at least 1,000 on the SAT may qualify for this scholarship, with typical annual amounts ranging from $6,300 to $7,000. The Andrew Presidential Academic Scholarship is renewable for the sophomore year, provided the student maintains a GPA of 3.0 or higher on all attempted hours.

The Andrew Brim Fellowship Scholarship

Based on academic potential, some incoming students may qualify for this scholarship, with typical annual amounts ranging from $6,000 to $6,600. The Andrew Brim Fellowship Scholarship is renewable for the sophomore year, provided the student maintains academic progress. 

Music, Theatre, and Visual Arts Scholarships

Scholarships are awarded each year to qualified students whose program of study is the fine arts and/or who participate in music, theatre, or the visual arts. An audition, interview, or portfolio is required and should be coordinated with the appropriate program director as early as possible.  Scholarship amounts are dependent upon skill, need, and availability and range from $3,500 to $8,000.  For more information about our programs in Music, Theatre, and Visual Arts visit the following webpages:
Visual Art at Andrew
Music at Andrew
Theatre at Andrew

United Methodist Awards

Scholarships or loans may be awarded to students who are members of The United Methodist Church. Other churches, religions and community organizations, and fraternal or business groups may also sponsor financial awards. United Methodist Ministers who visits the campus with a prospective student may recommend a student for a $1,500 Methodist Minister Scholarship.

More information on United Methodist Awards and scholarship applications can be found on the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry website at www.gbhem.org and also through the United Methodist Higher Education Foundation at www.umhef.org.

Athletic Scholarships

Andrew College offers scholarships for athletic ability and performance potential in intercollegiate soccer, softball, baseball, golf and volleyball. Scholarship amounts are dependent upon skill, need and availability.

Please visit the Andrew College Fighting Tigers Page at http://www.andrewcollege.edu/andrew-college-fighting-tiger-athletics to learn more about our athletic programs.

AndrewServes Scholarship

Each year, a limited number of freshman students are selected to receive a scholarship of $8,000. Renewal of this award will be granted for the sophomore year if program requirements are successfully completed. These students will be enrolled in a two-year leadership curriculum certificate program and will participate in practical leadership experiences and community service. The AndrewServes Program is made possible with support from The Bradley-Turner Foundation.

To learn more about this scholarship, please visit http://www.andrewcollege.edu/andrewservescholarship.html

Athletic Training Scholarship

Andrew College Athletic Training majors study the treatment, prevention and rehabilitation
of injuries.  In addition, our students are trained to help athletes excel in their particular
sport.  The Athletic Training curriculum combines classroom instruction in anatomy, physiology,
acute care, nutrition and pharmacology with hands-on clinical experience.  Scholarships will
be offered for a select number of students who desire to pursue this degree program.

To learn more about the Andrew College Athletic Training Program, please visit

http://www.andrewcollege.edu/athletic-training

Sports Management Scholarship

The Sport Management program at Andrew College provides an academic preparation for
careers in Sport Management. The Sport Management curriculum involves the study of
the basic principles of business management combined with practical experiences in the
management of the Andrew College athletic events and competitions. Scholarships will be
offered for a select number of students who desire to pursue this degree program.

Mass Media Scholarship

Andrew College is at the forefront of cutting edge media technology.  Hands-on career training in Mass Media sets Andrew College students above the rest. Students will have the opportunity to produce media content for the Andrew College TV website as well as develop a personal portfolio.  Scholarships will be offered for a select number of students.  Academic Requirements include a 3.0 GPA and subscores of at least a 460 in SAT Verbal and Math.

 

 

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