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Saint Vincent College’s academic program combines the breadth of a liberal arts foundation with depth in more than 50 degree programs. The core curriculum will bring more clarity to your understanding of the world and strengthen your abilities to think critically and communicate effectively – making you a better student, a well rounded individual, and a valuable professional.
Saint Vincent College accepts the Common Application and gives it equal consideration in all aspects of applying for admission.
Saint Vincent Scholarships and Grants
Saint Vincent College provides numerous financial opportunities to incoming freshmen and transfer students as well as returning undergraduates. These are typically awarded by the Admission Office. Merit-based awards are those in which recipients are selected based primarily on academic merit and specific selection criteria. Entering freshmen for the 2019-2020 year will be awarded the scholarships listed below based on test scores and high school grade point average. Awards are based on full-time enrollment. Most Saint Vincent scholarships may be retained for eight semesters as long as a minimum 2.0 GPA is met. SAT score is based on Math and ERW Sections only. ACT score is the Composite Score.
Chancellor’s Scholarship: SAT 1,360+, ACT 29+ and 3.75 GPA- Merit of $21,000 per year
Presidential Scholarship: SAT 1,270+, ACT 26+ and 3.50 GPA - Merit of $20,000 per year
Deans’ Scholarship: SAT 1,170+, ACT 24+ and 3.25 GPA - Merit of $19,500 per year
Faculty Scholarship: SAT 1,080+, ACT 21+ and 3.00 GPA - Merit of $17,500 per year
SVC Community Scholarship: SAT 1,080+, ACT 21+ and 2.75 GPA OR SAT 1,030+, ACT20+ and 3.0 GPA – Merit of $16,500 per year
SAT scores include Math and Critical Reading sections. Additional scholarships and financial awards of up to $15,000 are available to students who do not meet the criteria for the merit scholarships listed. Accepted students are encouraged to file the FAFSA and visit our Net Price Calculator to find out more!