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 studying a college preparatory curriculum, have a combined minimum SAT score of 1,000 (with minimum sub-sections of 500-Math, 500-Evidence-Based Reading and Writing) or a minimum ACT Composite score of 19 (with minimum sub-sections of 19-Math and 19-English) and be unconditionally 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.
Each year, a limited number of freshman students receive an $8,500 AndrewServes scholarship. 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 the AndrewServes Scholarship page.
The Andrew Success Scholarship
Incoming students whose high school GPA 2.5 or higher and who scored at least 1,000 (composite) on the SAT or on 19 (composite) on the ACT may qualify for this scholarship, with typical annual amounts ranging from $6,000 to $7,500. The Andrew Success Scholarship is renewable for the sophomore year, provided the student maintains a GPA of 3.0 or higher on all attempted hours.
Music, Theatre, and Visual Arts Scholarships
Scholarships are awarded each year to qualified students whose program of study is fine or performing 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 vary. 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
Regenerative Agriculture Scholarship
Students planning to participate in the Regenerative Agriculture program are eligible for this $7,000 scholarship from Andrew College. This scholarship is renewable for the student’s sophomore year.
The college awards several scholarships each year to students who actively participate in the Andrew College Digital Network. Scholarship amounts vary up to $1,500 and are dependent upon the student’s skills, abilities and willingness to learn and participate in the program. Students interested in the ACDN scholarship should contact the ACDN coordinator, Mark Brown.
Student Publication Scholarship
The college awards several scholarships each year to students who actively participate in Student Publications such as the Andrew Monthly Newsletter and the Andranthus yearbook. Scholarship amounts vary from $250 - $750 per semester. Students interested in the Student Publications scholarship should contact the Director of Student Publications, AJ King.
Andrew College offers scholarships for athletic ability and performance potential in intercollegiate soccer, softball, baseball, golf, women's basketball and volleyball. Scholarship amounts are dependent upon skill, need and availability.
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 amounts vary and will be offered to a select number of students who desire to pursue this degree program.
SW Georgia Scholarship
Students who reside in one of the following Georgia counties are eligible for either a $500 (commuting) or $1,000 (boarding) scholarship to Andrew College: Baker, Calhoun, Clay, Colquitt, Crisp, Decatur, Dooly, Dougherty, Early, Grady, Lee, Macon, Miller, Mitchell, Quitman, Randolph, Schley, Seminole, Stewart, Sumter, Terrell, Thomas, Tift, Webster and Worth
Students whose parents, step-parents, grandparents, spouses, brothers or sisters graduated from Andrew College are eligible for a $1,000 scholarship to Andrew College.
UMC Ministers’ Dependent Scholarship
Dependents and spouses of ministers in the United Methodist Church are eligible for this $10,000 renewable scholarship to Andrew College. Ministers must be ordained and an elder in full connection in order for the student to be eligible to receive this scholarship.
United Methodist Ministers’ Scholarship
Students who have been active members of the United Methodist Church for at least one year are eligible to receive a $1,500 scholarship. Students must be recommended by their minister for this award.
United Methodist Awards and Loans
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.
General Institutional Scholarship Provisions
Students will ordinarily qualify for just one College administered institutional scholarship, with the exception of the United Methodist, Fine Arts, Publications, ACDN, Legatee and SW Georgia scholarship awards. Students may qualify for additional aid based upon financial need.
Students who are applying for institutional scholarships must also submit a FAFSA. Students receiving an institutional scholarship must apply for every entitlement grant for which they qualify.
The amount of institutional scholarship or need-based assistance a student receives will not exceed the student’s tuition, fees, and room and board after the student has been credited with all other entitlement financial aid received. A student may receive additional loan aid above this amount, up to the estimated total cost of attendance.