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We are gathered here at Saint Vincent, America’s first Benedictine college, to challenge each other; to live generously, and to grow – forward, always forward – toward the ends of our imagination.
At Saint Vincent College, we invest in you, our students. Annually recognized by College Factual in its Best Value rankings, we are committed to providing you with the affordability necessary to make your college aspirations a reality, evidenced by the fact that 100% of freshmen receive scholarship aid.
Saint Vincent College attracts high-achieving students who, quite naturally, place WE ahead of ME. If you expect the quality of your relationships (friends, professors and faith) to match the quality of your education, then consider yourself home at Saint Vincent.
Saint Vincent College accepts the Common Application and gives it equal consideration in all aspects of applying for admission. You may also apply using the free Saint Vincent Application.
Discover how we can help make a Saint Vincent education affordable for you.
Saint Vincent College provides numerous financial opportunities to incoming freshmen and transfer students, as well as returning undergraduates. Many awards are distributed and based primarily on academic merit and specific selection criteria. Entering freshmen for the 2020-2021 year will be awarded the scholarships listed below based on test scores and high school grade point average, as well as housing status and other criteria. 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 - $25,000 + $2,000 Resident Grant
SAT 1,360+ (ACT 29+ or CLT 89+) and 3.75 GPA
Presidential Scholarship - $23,000 + $2,000 Resident Grant
SAT 1,270+ (ACT 26+ or CLT 81+) and 3.50 GPA
Deans’ Scholarship - $21,000 + $2,000 Resident Grant
SAT 1,170+ (ACT 24+ or CLT 76+) and 3.25 GPA
Faculty Scholarship - $19,000 + $2,000 Resident Grant
SAT 1,080+ (ACT 21+ or CLT 68+) and 3.00 GPA
SVC Community Scholarship - $16,000 + $2,000 Resident Grant
SAT 1,080+ (ACT 21+ or CLT 68+) and 2.50 GPA
OR SAT 1,030+ (ACT 20+ or CLT 66+) and 3.00 GPA
SVC Scholarship - $15,000 + $2,000 Resident Grant
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! Information included in the Net Price Calculator (NPC) is based on aid awarding for fall 2020 and will be changing soon to reflect fall 2021 awarding.