Scholarships for 2012-2013 Academic Year
SNC merit-based scholarships | SNC transfer scholarship awards | SNC international scholarship awards | Special scholarships/awards
St. Norbert College Primary Merit-Based Scholarships | return to top
St. Norbert College knows that a college education is an investment in your future. We also know that scholarships and financial aid are critical to making college affordable. Scholarship recipients must maintain full-time enrollment status and typically require a specified minimum cumulative grade point average in order to continue receiving the scholarship. Because we are committed to ensuring you complete your education in four years, we offer scholarships, dispersed equally, for eight semesters. Students graduating early will forgo the unused portion of their scholarship.
Trustees Distinguished Scholarship
Awarded to exceptionally talented students. The scholarship is awarded on an annual basis and is applied to tuition only. Students must maintain good social standing and a cumulative grade point average at St. Norbert College of at least 3.0.
A competitive scholarship requiring strong college preparatory background. The scholarship is awarded on an annual basis and is applied to tuition only. Students must maintain good social standing and a cumulative grade point average at St. Norbert College of at least 2.75.
John F. Kennedy Scholarship
A competitive scholarship for full-time students with leadership potential; requires strong college preparatory background. The scholarship is awarded on an annual and is applied to tuition only. John F. Kennedy scholars must maintain good social standing and a cumulative grade point average at St. Norbert College of at least 2.5.
Van Dyke Award
An award to full-time students to recognize quality academic preparation with participation in high school activities, community service projects and leadership roles. The scholarship is awarded on an annual basis and is applied to tuition only.
St. Norbert College Transfer Scholarship Awards | return to top
Entering full-time transfer students selected by the Office of Admission on the basis of high school and post-secondary education records, standardized test scores and extracurricular activities. A transfer scholarship is applied to tuition only. Transfer scholarship recipients must maintain a good social standing and a cumulative grade point average that is in-line with the amount of scholarship received as indicated below.
Scholarship Appeal Process
- $9,500 per year 3.0 GPA
- $8,500 per year 2.75 GPA
- $7,000 per year 2.50 GPA
- $5,000 per year NA
Students who do not maintain the required cumulative grade point average for the retention of their scholarship may submit an appeal, in writing, to the Office of Financial Aid for consideration of retaining or reinstating their scholarship. Some situations that may result in a successful appeal are:
- Family difficulties, such as divorce or illness
- Death of a parent or relative
- Interpersonal problems with friends, roommates, significant others
- Difficulties balancing work, athletics, family responsibilities
- Financial Difficulties
St. Norbert College International Scholarship Awards | return to top
In order to internationalize its campus and increase its enrollment of well-qualified international students, St. Norbert College offers merit-based tuition awards to highly qualified foreign students who apply to study in a degree program at St. Norbert College. Award decisions are made after application documents are received and the applicant’s file is complete. Awards are renewable each year on condition the student remains in good academic standing.
Special Scholarship Awards | return to top
St. Norbert College Music Scholarships
Students receiving a Music Scholarship must be a full-time student at St. Norbert College. You must be in a major ensemble seven out of your eight semesters, performing on the instrument or voice scholarship you were awarded. If you are planning on going into Teacher Education you should save your "free" semester for the semester you will be student teaching.
St. Norbert College Diversity Leadership Awards
All accepted, non-international freshmen are eligible to receive St. Norbert's Diversity Leadership Award which is distributed on an annual basis. Awards are competitive, based on the applicant pool. These awards are renewable for up to four years if a student maintains full-time status and a cumulative grade point average at St. Norbert College of at least 2.5.
St. Norbert College Department/Major Scholarship
There are a number of department and/or major specific scholarships offered to continuing student. Please contact your department or major directly for further information.
Three and four year ROTC scholarships are available to qualifying recipients. In addition, the College provides free room and board for all new ROTC scholarship recipients (free room is for room charges only and does not cover utility charges or other associated room costs). Free room and board benefit applies to on-campus housing only. The College does not waive tuition charges for recipients who take extra courses above a regular full-time load. For more information regarding Army ROTC scholarships at St. Norbert College, contact the Financial Aid Office or visit the Military Science and Army ROTC website. Scholarships are for undergraduate courses only. Scholarship ranges vary based on initial year of enrollment.
Wisconsin Academic Excellence Scholarship
Academic Excellence Scholarships are awarded to Wisconsin high school seniors who have the highest grade point average in each public and private high school throughout the State of Wisconsin. The number of scholarships each high school is eligible for is based on total student enrollment. In order to receive a scholarship, a student must be enrolled on a full-time basis by September 30th of the academic year following the academic year in which he or she was designated as a scholar. The value of the scholarship is $2,250 per year, to be applied towards tuition. Half of the scholarship is funded by the state, while the other half is matched by St. Norbert College. Eligibility must not exceed 8 semesters.
Students must be full-time and have continuous enrollment from term to term.