Bridgewater College ACE 5 Scholarship

Renewable ACE (Achievement in a Community of Excellence) scholarships are awarded to first-time freshmen on the basis of their high school grade point average and SAT (Critical Reasoning, Math and Writing) portions. Scholarships are awarded upon your admission to Bridgewater College.


The Bridgewater College ACE 5 Scholarship is a renewable academic scholarship awarded to incoming freshmen with a high school GPA between 3.6 and 3.79. The amount of the scholarship is $11,000.

For incoming transfers with at least 12 transferable credits and college GPA between 3.6 and 3.79 the amount of the scholarship is $11,000.

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