Scholarship CalculatorThere’s more to you than your GPA and test scores, and we consider the “whole you” for admission and scholarship. But to give you an estimate on possible academic merit awards (just one type of award available for students), follow these simple steps.
Step One: Determine Your GPA
Take your core courses throughout high school (English, math, social science, science, religion and foreign language). Add up the number of As, Bs, Cs, etc. Give yourself points for each grade: A=4, B=3, C=2 and D=1. Take the total and divide by the number of core courses.
Step Two: Determine Your Standardized Test Composite
If you have taken the ACT or SAT one time, use that number. If you have taken it more than once, take the best score of each section to create a new composite.
Step Three: Determine Your Merit Award
Enter your GPA and test score into the calculator below and click “submit” to find an estimate of your merit award amount.
Step Four: Identify Other Aid
Remember that a merit award is just one part of the aid available to attend college. Additional aid is awarded if you qualify on the basis of financial need. To qualify for need-based assistance, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). If you demonstrate need, you may be eligible for a variety of federal, state and St. Norbert College financial aid programs.