High School Student Scholarships are only for students planning on attending class on GCU’s main campus as a traditional, undergraduate student. These may be available to you if you graduated high school between December of the previous calendar year and June of the calendar year in which you wish to enroll. and are planning on attending class on GCU’s main campus as a traditional, undergraduate student. For example, if you want to enroll at GCU for the 2021 spring semester or the 2020-21 academic year, High School Student Scholarships may be available if you graduate between December 2019 and June 2020. International students attending GCU with an F-1 Visa are eligible for Indirect Start Scholarships only. Please note that all scholarships are applied to tuition first and are only available to students earning their degree as a traditional, undergraduate student attending class on GCU’s main campus.
Academic Scholarship Renewability
GCU's scholarships are renewable annually. To maintain your current scholarship, you must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) with GCU at the end of each academic year (spring term). To review SAP requirements, please review the University Policy Handbook.
In order to qualify for a High School Student Scholarship, you must:
- Have completed and submitted an application.
- Submit transcripts showing six semesters or more with cumulative, weighted or unweighted GPA, or submit SAT (math and reading scores only) and/or ACT scores.
- Submit final transcripts by day 21 of the semester, which includes a graduation date for final awards.
Attend classes on GCU’s main campus, as a traditional, undergraduate student.
GCU’s Letter of Intent
GCU’s Letter of Intent (LOI) allows you to secure a scholarship offer and receive an admission decision for a future semester. Learn more about the benefits of submitting a LOI on our Scholarships and Grants page.