You did it! You were accepted by a great college – one that you’ve dreamt about since you were yay high, no less! You were over the moon, your parents were beaming with pride, and the rest of your family and friends showed their enthusiasm with high-fives all around! Fast-forward a year later and by all accounts your dream has been nothing short of an absolute nightmare. Or maybe your situation isn’t as climactic, if you began your college career at community college it may be the time for that leap to a university. Whichever scenario you identify with – surely these aren’t the only two – there are options and transferring is one of them.
Now, you’ll have to figure out how you’re going to pay for school and luckily there are dozens of schools that provide scholarships for transfer students. Columbia College students can take advantage of the school’s multiple transfer scholarships and grant options, as can transfer students at Grand Valley State University and the University of Maryland. We’ve listed a few transfer scholarships below but for even more scholarship opportunities, create a profile and conduct a free scholarship search today.
JSU Alabama Presidential Junior College Transfer Scholarship
March 01, Annually
The Presidential Junior College Transfer is a one year full-tuition scholarship. Presidents of the state two-year colleges make selection.
Selection of scholarship recipients at JSU is highly competitive. Students may apply for all scholarships, except Leadership, via the school website. Supporting documentation should be mailed (if required). Students will receive notification of the status of [...] More
Transfer Academic Award
To qualify for the Heidelberg Transfer Award a student must have attempted at least 15 semester hours or 23 quarter hours and earned a 2.8 gpa or higher and another institution of higher education. The Scholarship is awarded at the time of admission to Heidelberg College. Full time enrollment status is required.
Heidelberg College is a community of learning that promotes and nurtures [...] More