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Scholarships are a gift. They change lives, allowing entry into a world of thought and exploration that would otherwise not be possible. We believe in their transformative power, and are always working to provide more.
Albion offers a variety of merit and special scholarships ranging from $26,000 to $40,000 as well as performance scholarships, regardless of need. Scholarship notifications begin November 1.
All applicants are automatically considered, and recipients are awarded merit scholarships based upon overall academic achievement, extracurricular involvement, leadership, and personal merit (notification occurs at the time of admission). All merit scholarships are renewable each year at the same amount, subject to satisfactory academic progress and can only be applied towards tuition charges.
|Presidential||3.8 & Up||$40,000|
|Webster||3.6 – 3.79||$37,000|
|Briton||3.39 – 3.59||$34,000|
|Ferguson||3.13 – 3.38||$32,000|
|Kresge||3.12 & Below||$26,000|
The following scholarship opportunities require additional steps beyond the application for admission and are renewable for all four years unless otherwise noted. See details below:
Senior Visit — $2,000
All scholarship levels automatically receive the Senior Visit scholarship as part of their acceptance packet and financial aid award if they visit within their senior year to lock in the award.
Out of State Scholarships — $3,000
All out-of-state students qualify automatically for this scholarship.
Alumni/Legacy — $3,000
Parents, siblings, or grandparents must be a graduate of Albion College in order to receive this scholarship.
Referral — $3,000
Applicants must submit a referral form prior to being admitted in order to qualify for a referral scholarship. Students cannot receive Alumni/Legacy and referral.
Phi Theta Kappa — $3,000
This award is for transfer students who have been members of Phi Theta Kappa for at least one semester.
The Albion College Promise is exclusive to graduating high school seniors and transfer students. Albion College will cover 100% of tuition and fees for Michigan families making under $65,000 annually after the Michigan Tuition and Federal Pell Grants are applied.
Students from Albion, Kalamazoo and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan have the ability for location-specific merit-based scholarships.
Fine Arts Scholarships
Fine Arts scholarships are available based on demonstrated talent (regardless of academic major) to students planning to participate in art, music, or theatre. These scholarships require an additional interview or audition. Contact the office of Admission to inquire by phone at 517-629-0321 or by email at email@example.com.
David Randall Chemistry Scholarship
The David Randall Chemistry Scholarship is available to students who plan to major or are majoring in chemistry. Based upon an applicant’s academic record and student intent to pursue an advanced degree in chemistry or related science. Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA to renew the scholarship. Contact the office of Admission to inquire by phone at 517-629-0321 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Methodist Student Aid Programs
Scholarships also are available through the United Methodist church. Some require an additional application.
John Wesley Matching Scholarship
Albion College will match a scholarship that a student receives from his/her local United Methodist Church up to $1,000. Complete the John Wesley Scholarship Application for consideration.
Triple Your Dollars for Scholars
Albion College participates in the “Triple Your Dollars for Scholars” program through the United Methodist Foundation. Visit the United Methodist Higher Education foundation’s UM Dollars for Scholars page for details about this scholarship program.
Scholarships for International Students
International students who meet or exceed the minimum requirements for admission will be awarded an academic scholarship. In determining this, we look at a student’s overall application, academic achievement and potential for success at Albion College.
For useful information about external or community-based scholarships, you’ll find many resources available from your high school, community foundations (Albion Community Foundation, Marshall Community Foundation, etc.), parent’s employers, or your local library.
A few other places to explore also include: