Scholarships for New Freshmen in Ohio for Fall 2019
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The most common scholarships for new freshmen at the Kent Campus are included in the chart below. Select the appropriate category for your test score and view the scholarship amount you qualify for based on your high school grade point average. You will be considered for these scholarships by submitting a complete application for admission to Kent State by Feb. 1, 2019
|GPA||ACT 36 or SAT 1570-1600||ACT 35 or SAT 1530-1560||ACT 34 or SAT 1490-1520||ACT 33 or SAT 1450-1480||ACT 32 or SAT 1420-1440||ACT 31 or SAT 1390-1410||ACT 30 or SAT 1360-1380|
|GPA||ACT 29 or SAT 1330-1350||ACT 28 or SAT 1300-1320||ACT 27 or SAT 1260-1290||ACT 26 or SAT 1230-1250||ACT 25 or SAT 1200-1220|
|GPA||ACT 24 or SAT 1160-1190||ACT 23 or SAT 1130-1150||ACT 22 or SAT 1100-1120||ACT 21 or SAT 1060-1090||ACT 20 or SAT 1030-1050|
Students who apply, are admitted and enroll in the Honors College are eligible for the amounts listed with the superscript “H” in table above. Scholarship amounts in the chart may include the Honors College and/or Trustee Scholarship. The Honors Scholarship amount included in the totals range from $1,000 to $5,000. Students will receive a detailed scholarship offer letter after they are admitted to Kent State University.
To be considered for new freshmen scholarships at the Kent Campus, you must be a U.S. citizen, a full-time student and submit a complete application for admission (including high school transcript, ACT or SAT scores and application fee) by Feb. 1, 2019. December 2018 is the last acceptable ACT/SAT test date for scholarship consideration.
Scholarship offers and award amounts will be determined by official testing and high school transcript information submitted to Kent State University at the time of application.
Additionally, students who submit a complete application for admission to Kent State by Feb. 1, 2019 will be considered for the scholarship programs listed below.
Kent State University makes every effort to provide accurate, timely, and current information. However, the University reserves the right to change without notice any statement due to federal, state, or institutional changes in policies, procedures, or regulations.