Scholarships and Grants
Merit Scholarships and Need-Based Grants are offered to students as part of the undergraduate admissions process. These awards assume that students will maintain continuous full-time enrollment and are only valid for the number of terms normally required to earn an undergraduate degree. The scholarship amounts are set as part of the admissions process and are not increased during the student's enrollment at Averett.
If a scholarship is renewable and the student maintains the required Satisfactory Academic Progress standards, the scholarship will be renewed automatically. They are not available during the summer.
The University reserves the right to cancel or reduce the scholarship of any student found guilty of disciplinary or honor code violations.
Presidential Scholarship – $15,000
Dean’s Scholarship – $13,000
Founders Scholarship – $10,000
Horizon Scholarship - $4,000
Averett University Assistance Grant
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship
Ministerial Tuition Discounts
Graduate of Merit Scholarship
The Community Foundation Serving Richmond and Central Virginia is pleased to announce the availability of 55 scholarships for graduating high school seniors and adult learners pursuing post secondary education opportunities. A letter has been sent to you with a list of the scholarships that students in your school or district may be eligible for.
The Community Foundation Scholarship
The Financial Services Office will award private scholarships based on the student's admission and enrollment information. An application is not required as selections for the private scholarships are based on matching the criteria of the scholarship with the recipient.
Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)
Two-Year College Transfer Grant
Epsilon Sigma Alpha is a non-profit Service Organization. The ESA Foundation offers numerous scholarships and grants each year. In 2012 they awarded 200 scholarships/grants for a total of $217,000 with recipients from all states and internationally. The youngest recipient was 14 and the oldest 50. There were 3 Virginia students awarded scholarships in 2012, several of whom earned more than one. This year the applications will be made online through ESA Foundation Scholarships and Grants The site is open now for searching and applying. The deadline for applications is Feb 1, 2013. There are currently 41 scholarships/grants available to Virginia residents (some are only valid in specific states). These are for undergraduate and graduate school studies.
AES Scholarship: Teachers-Teachers.com are pleased to present five $1,000 scholarships to students currently enrolled in an accredited U.S. college or university and who are majoring in a state-approved special education or related service program. All qualifying majors can be viewed on the Rules/Eligibility page. The application process is totally online, making things quick and easy. In order to apply, candidates must first register for a FREE membership with Teachers-Teachers.com. Then applicants will be able to complete the online application form, upload transcripts and send in their essay for consideration. To learn more about what Teachers-Teachers.com offers education job seekers, please visit the homepage at www.teachers-teachers.com. Deadline for all applications is November 1, 2013.
IÍm First Scholarship: Ten first-year college students who beat the odds to become the first in their family to attend college have been awarded Center for Student Opportunity's I'm First Scholarship, a $4,000 award. Along with 24 previous scholarship winners already in college, these students share their personal stories, chronicle their college experiences, and offer advice to aspiring first-generation college students, ImFirst.org Homepage.