William Woods University Amy Shelton McNutt Scholarship


January 15, 2024

Awards Available: 1

  • Scholarship Description
  • William Woods is committed to ensuring every student has the opportunity to flourish. We offer scholarships for involvement, academic achievement, diversity and inclusion, honors, athletics, and more. We offer a range of scholarship opportunities and will work with you to find the one that fits for you. Our graduates go on to work at industry-leading companies, excel in graduate school, and become innovative entrepreneurs. A William Woods University education empowers those dreams.

    The Amy Shelton McNutt Scholarship offers full tuition, room, and board for up to four years. One outstanding student from each incoming first-year class is selected for the Amy Shelton McNutt scholarship. Students must have a minimum high school GPA of 3.75 to be considered. In addition to the application, applicants must submit a transcript, resume, video and writing sample. Recipients must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.5 for renewal each year.
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Shannon J  on 1/14/2023 11:09:19 AM

Hello! My name is Shannon and I am the class of 2026 recipient of this scholarship. Some background on me is that I was homeschooled, had a 4.0 GPA, and an SAT score of 1520. I believe that the interview was the most important part of the scholarship decision, and I would recommend practicing as much as possible! I interviewed for scholarships from multiple universities, and this helped me to feel calm and prepared for my interviews because I had done it before. William Woods is a great score, and the faculty definitely notices and rewards dedication and excellence! I hope this helps someone considering applying. :)