Hope College Presidential Scholarships

The Hope College Presidential Scholarships


Scholarships awarded on the basis of overall high school academic record. Included in the review are strength of course load, class rank, grades, and standardized test scores. Students presenting at least a 3.75 or 90 grade point average and an ACT composite score of 28 or combined verbal/math SAT of 1240 can be assured of receiving this scholarship. Total Award Value: $28,000 - $64,000

The Office of Financial Aid
174 E. 11th St.
Holland, MI 49423
Telephone: 616-395-7765
Tollfree: 1-888-439-8907
Email: finaid@hope.edu

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