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Bridgewater College President's Merit Award

Bridgewater College recognizes the academic achievements of high school seniors and transfer students through its ACE program. Each year, the College commits significant institutional resources for grants and scholarships to assist students.


The Bridgewater College President's Merit Awards range from $16,500 up to full-tuition and are based on an applicant's academic performance in high school (public, private, or home schooled), ACT or SAT scores, class rank, and other factors from the applicant's record. Recipients who maintain an acceptable cumulative grade point average will retain their scholarships each academic year. It is a renewable scholarship awarded to selected incoming freshmen.

For more information, visit http://www.bridgewater.edu/FinancingYourEducation/Scholarships/FreshmenScholarships

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