Traditional, Undergraduate On-Campus Gap and Transfer Student Scholarships
Transfer and Gap If you plan to enroll at GCU the semester after high school graduation or if you are transferring from another institution or university to GCU and want to do so as a typical, undergraduate student, you may be eligible for student scholarships.
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To apply for a Gap and Transfer Student Scholarship, you must:
- Transcripts from any institution you’ve attended since graduating from high school should be submitted. You need to submit your high school transcript if you didn’t attend any other colleges or universities. If you have an unweighted high school GPA of 2.5 or better, you can apply for these scholarships using your SAT and/or ACT test results. A student’s cumulative college transfer GPA might be used to determine eligibility for academic scholarships if they have attempted six or more college credits.
- Give the official transcripts to GCU after all institutions have finished their final terms. Unofficial transcripts must be submitted for scholarship adjustment purposes no later than two weeks before the start of the term. By day 21 of the semester, all official transcripts must be submitted in order to secure your scholarship grant.
- You must continue to enroll full-time in GCU as a conventional undergraduate student and follow the guidelines of the scholarship program in order for your enrollment to be renewed.
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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.