The cost of college tuition can be overwhelming, especially to parents and students who are evaluating the cost of a college education for the first time! Grand Canyon University has formed its scholarship philosophy to not only provide students with an opportunity to lower costs, but to also help students graduate with less debt. At GCU, students can earn their degree from an exceptional private, Christian university at a truly affordable price! Here is a quick overview of scholarships at GCU:
Many institutional scholarships at GCU are automatically eligible for annual renewal for up to four traditional (fall/spring) academic years! Many students graduate from GCU in four years or less, so this means that scholarships can be applied to each school year’s tuition up until the day you graduate. GCU also provides transparency when it comes to scholarship renewal – renewal criteria are published online so that you know how well you need to do in your classes in order to keep your scholarship.
Renewable scholarships are a helpful form of financial aid to help you save money. At GCU, our priority is not only awarding incoming students scholarship money, but also helping current students maintain their scholarship so that they can graduate with less debt.
Your junior and senior years of high school consist of standardized tests, including the ACT and/or SAT. If you excel in your studies, but do not perform well on tests, we have good news! GCU institutional scholarships may be granted based on cumulative GPA, not test scores! GCU offers scholarships that vary in amount based on GPA, ACT or SAT scores. This means that you may be awarded a higher scholarship based on an exceptional GPA or a strong ACT or SAT score, allowing you to earn scholarship money based on your strengths.
Grand Canyon University is committed to offering students an affordable, private, Christian education and offers many ways for students to lower their costs! To learn more about GCU’s scholarship programs, visit our website or click the Request More Information button at the top of the page.
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