Non-Resident Freshman Scholarships - Undergraduate Admissions (2023)

Fall 2023

Each year, Montana State University offers millions of dollars in merit scholarships and awards to non-resident freshmen who apply for admission. Learn more about various programs and opportunities for students below.

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Test scores are no longer required for admission or scholarship consideration at Montana State University for the foreseeable future. Please note that other academic information, including a self-reported cumulative GPA, is still required. Students can still submit ACT/SAT scores for math and writing placement purposes.

If you have taken or are planning to take the ACT/SAT, we invite you to send your test scores to MSU as they may be utilized for placement into your appropriate math and writing courses, but they will not be required.

Achievement Awards

Available for qualifying non-resident students from all states.

Western Undergraduate Exchange

Available for qualifying students from eligible western states who apply by January 3rd, 2023.

Cat Scholarships

Departmental scholarships available for qualifying students who apply by February 1st, 2023.

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WUE isnot stackable with Achievement Awards. Students will receive the award of greatest value. Please note, only recipients of WUE awards will be notified.

Achievement Awards

Achievement Awards are automatic, merit-based scholarships based upon GPA. Award amounts will vary up to $48,000 (up to $12,000 per year renewable). These awards will be applied toward tuition only. All non-resident freshmen who submit an application for admission complete with self-reported high school GPA are automatically considered. Achievement Award offers are specific to freshman students applying for the academic year 2023-2024, and cannot be deferred to a different term. The Achievement Award amounts are as follows:

Cumulative High School GPA

Achievement Award Value

3.84 - 4.0+ $12,000 per year renewable for four years ($48,000 four-year value)
3.59 - 3.83 $11,000 per year renewable for four years ($44,000 four-year value)
3.28 - 3.58 $10,000 per year renewable for four years ($40,000 four-year value)
3.10 - 3.27 $6,000 per year renewable for four years ($24,000 four-year value)

2.70 - 3.09

$4,000 per year renewable for four years ($16,000 four-year value)

How to Apply:

Apply for Admission

You can apply for admission online in order to be considered for the Achievement Award. Be sure to include your self-reported GPA on the High School Self Report Form.

Awards will be based on self-reported GPA (weighted or unweighted). Initial award packages will be sent to qualifying students starting in mid-October.

Apply early! These scholarships and awards may only be available for a limited time. It is essential to apply for admission as soon as possible. If you qualify, these scholarships will be automatically awarded when we have received your complete application (be sure to complete the section with self reported GPA). Scholarship recipients will be notified by mail and can refer to their scholarship offering online via their MyInfo Checklist.

Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) Awards

The WUE deadline for Fall 2023 has passed. All WUE offers have been made, and students can view their most up to date scholarship offer in their MyInfo Admissions Checklist.

The Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) Scholarship is MSU's second highest-value award, therefore it is one of the most competitive awards at Montana State University. Due to the high-value of the WUE Scholarship, MSU has limited spots available for WUE students.

MSU will be offering a limited number of  competitive Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) scholarships to new first-year students enrolling in the fall of 2023. 

The deadline for WUE scholarship consideration was January 3, 2023. The application is closed, and no further applications will be accepted.

WUE will equal 1.5 times the in-state tuition rate which will not be determined until May at the Montana Board of Regents meeting. The WUE Scholarship in Fall 2022 was valued at a discount of approximately $19,000 off the cost of tuition. WUE will be of greater value than any Achievement Award previously offered.

WUE offers are limited to approximately 800 offers each year. For reference, there were approximately 3,000 applications for WUE for Fall 2022.

The WUE Scholarship is a rigorous, competitive application due to the value of WUE. Recipients of the scholarship routinely have a cumulative 3.8+ high school GPA.

To be eligible to apply for the WUE Scholarship, students must first have applied and been admitted to Montana State University. Students must also have a minimum cumulative 3.0 high school GPA (self-reported on your application for admission).

*WUE States include: AK, AZ, CA, CO, HI, ID, NV, NM, ND, OR, SD, UT, WA, WY and CNMI.

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Applicants will need to complete the general scholarship application in Cat $cholarships before gaining access to the supplemental questions for the WUE Scholarship.

Each WUE application is reviewed by a campus committee to select each year’s WUE awardees.

There is no waitlist or appeal process for WUE Scholarships once awards are made. All WUE offers are final.

The date that a student submits their WUE application has no impact on if they receive WUE or not. All applications will be evaluated after the deadline date of January 3, 2023.

Notification for WUE awards will arrive in February 2023. Only students that are awarded WUE will be notified. Students will be notified via mail and can refer to their scholarship award online via their MyInfoChecklist.

WUE is  not stackable  with Achievement Awards and we will award you the scholarship of greater value. Please note, only recipients of awards will be notified.

Instructions to apply:

  1. Using the “Apply Now” link below, begin and submit the general scholarship application. You will need your Net ID and password. Click here to get your Net ID. The general scholarship application willalsomatch you with other scholarship opportunities at MSU that you may be eligible for. You will have the ability to update and edit your general application after you submit it, so it does not need to be completed before submission. NOTE: WUE applications will not be eligible for updating after the January 3, 2023 deadline.
  2. Once you have submitted the general application, search for the WUE Scholarship in the "Opportunities" tab of your Cat $cholarships home page. If you are eligible to apply, an "Apply" button will appear in the bottom right-hand corner of the WUE Scholarship page.
  3. Submit your completed WUE application no later than January 3, 2023. Applications will not be accepted after that date.
  4. For step by step instructions, please visit our WUE Application Instructions page here.

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Apply for WUE Now!

If you are awarded a renewable Achievement or WUE Award you must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater, enroll for a minimum of 15 credits a semester, and maintain non-resident status and continuous enrollment to retain the award throughout your four years at MSU. MSU freshman scholarships and awards are available to those seeking undergraduate bachelor degree programs only.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Can I apply for the WUE Scholarship as a Sophomore, Junior, etc?

No. The WUE Scholarship is only offered to incoming freshmen, so you would have to apply before your first semester.

Can students update their GPA on file if their academic record changes throughout their senior year?


Yes. We evaluate students for scholarships based on their GPA when they apply, but may be able to reconsider their Achievement Award offer if their GPA changes. Please contact your Admissions Evaluator to make updates to your application.

Does accepting my current scholarship disqualify me from receiving further aid?

No. If you accept your current Achievement Award offer, that does not disqualify you from still being considered for the WUE or Presidential Scholarships.

Am I considered an incoming transfer student or freshman student if I have attempted college-level credit while enrolled in high school (dual-enrollment, AP/IB credit, etc.)

We consider transfer students to be students that have taken 12 or more college creditsafter graduating high school. If you took college credits while still enrolled in high school, you will still be considered a freshman and be eligible for freshman scholarships.

What happens to my scholarship if I defer for a semester or a year?

Scholarship offers are specific to the start term on your application. We reevaluate scholarships each year, so you can not defer your scholarship to a later term. If you defer for a semester or a year, you will be reevaluated for scholarships based on that years parameters.

What additional scholarships are available for me to explore?

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Montana State University offers several departmental and college specific scholarships. Please take a look at our Cat $cholarships page to see all we offer!


Should I start applying for scholarships as a freshman? ›

It's never too early to apply for scholarships! Freshman year of high school is a great time to begin applying, as many students wait until later in the process, so you will have less competition in your applications.

Can I get a full ride scholarship with a 3.5 GPA? ›

With a 3.5 GPA, you might be eligible for a full-ride scholarship. However, it's important to note that there is no such thing as a free lunch. If you receive a full-ride scholarship, that means you'll need to maintain your GPA in order to keep receiving funding.

Can a university look into scholarship options for you if you don t fill out FAFSA? ›

The short answer is yes, you can get scholarships without the FAFSA. But, not filing the FAFSA may limit your scholarship opportunities.

Does USC give scholarships to out of state students? ›

The University of South Carolina Office of Undergraduate Admissions offers a generous array of scholarships for non-S.C. resident freshmen.

Can non citizens get scholarships? ›

Many scholarships are open to non citizens, such as the Red Thread Foundation Scholarship, which is open to women of international backgrounds regardless of citizenship status. Many of the other scholarships in this list are available for non citizens; check their eligibility requirements to make sure.

What grade is the best to start applying for scholarships? ›

While you will be eligible to apply to scholarships each year you are in high school, there are a significantly greater number of scholarships you can apply to in the second half of your junior year and your senior year. That said, you can start applying for college scholarship money as early as your freshman year.

Can freshman be offered scholarships? ›

If the coach is truly interested in that recruit, they can extend a verbal scholarship offer. A verbal offer is a non-legally binding scholarship offer, and college coaches can extend verbal offers to a recruit of any age.

What is the average GPA for a full ride scholarship? ›

Minimum requirements range from around 2.0 on the lower end to 3.75 or higher for competitive academic scholarships. Generally speaking, a 3.0 GPA or higher will give you a decent shot at qualifying for a variety of scholarships.

What is the highest GPA to get a scholarship? ›

Though a 3.0 or higher GPA increases your chances of earning a larger scholarship, you can still receive one if you have a GPA lower than 3.0. Some scholarships place importance on other criteria, such as financial needs, volunteer experience or involvement in a sport or club.

What ACT score is needed for full ride scholarships? ›

Shoot for at least a 28 on the ACT or above 1300 on the SAT. Some scholarships allow for flexibility, so check the particular scholarship, but these numbers generally give you the most options. Encourage your student to also pursue a high GPA or even 4.0, especially their senior year.

Do scholarships mess with FAFSA? ›

A scholarship will affect your other student aid because all your student aid added together can't be more than your cost of attendance at your college or career school.

What happens if you accept a scholarship and don t go to college? ›

Many times if the student has not enrolled in classes during those 12 months, it expires. In almost all cases, scholarships are put directly towards your college's tuition and expenses, rather than a check sent to you. If you choose not to go to school, it will not be put in a savings account for later use.

Do scholarships get reported on FAFSA? ›

Although there's no legal requirement to report scholarships on the FAFSA, doing so benefits the student by reducing total income, thereby increasing eligibility for need-based financial aid.

Who gets full ride to USC? ›

All students who submit the Common Application and USC Writing Supplement will be automatically considered for a scholarship. Ranging in value from a few thousand dollars up to full tuition, merit scholarships are awarded based on academic excellence, leadership, service and talent.

What GPA do you need to get into USC out of state? ›

To have the best shot of getting in, you should aim for the 75th percentile, with a 1530 SAT or a 34 ACT. You should also have a 3.79 GPA or higher. If your GPA is lower than this, you need to compensate with a higher SAT/ACT score.

What is the minimum GPA for USC scholarship? ›

You need to be a student enrolled on a full-time program at USC. In addition, you need to have a minimum 3.0 GPA on a scale of 4.0.

What is the Golden Door scholarship? ›

As a Golden Door Scholar, each student receives a scholarship to empower them to earn a bachelor's degree and pursue a dream career. Eligible students may be high school seniors, recent high school graduates, or currently enrolled in college pursuing an undergraduate degree.

What is an eligible non citizen for FAFSA? ›

Non-U.S. Citizens

Generally, if you have a “green card” (in other words, if you are a permanent resident alien), you will be considered an “eligible noncitizen” and will be able to get federal student aid if you meet the other basic eligibility criteria.

What is an eligible non citizen for financial aid? ›

*To qualify for federal student aid, certain eligible noncitizens must be able to provide evidence from the USCIS that they are in the United States for other than a temporary purpose with the intention of becoming a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.

When should I start signing up for scholarships? ›

Some deadlines are as early as a year before college starts, so if you're in high school now, you should be researching and applying for scholarships during the summer between your junior and senior years.

What are 4 general criteria that qualify a student for scholarships? ›

  • high GPA.
  • high class rank.
  • high scores on ACT of SAT.
  • demonstrate exceptional athletic or artistic abilities.

How do I get a full ride to UCLA? ›

Must complete an online “UCLA Scholarship Application” available through MyUCLA. Must submit a FAFSA or Dream Act application by the March 2 priority deadline EVERY YEAR to be considered for need-based scholarships. Students must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress in order to continue to receive scholarships.

How do I get my child noticed by college recruiters? ›

10 Steps to Help Your Child get Recruited by a Coach
  1. Be Good at the Sport. ...
  2. Become Familiar with the NCAA Rules and Regulations. ...
  3. Find Role Models. ...
  4. Get a Head Start. ...
  5. Get the Best Grades You Can. ...
  6. Create a Resume to Send to Coaches. ...
  7. Write a Cover Letter. ...
  8. Make a Video.

Can you ask a college coach for an offer? ›

A: Sure, in fact you should ask if you have a scholarship offer and are considering committing to them. You should ask coaches what their specific plan is for your development. And remember – competition is not a bad thing, especially if you want to win games and play for a successful team.

When can college coaches make you an offer? ›

A college coach cannot offer a verbal commitment or scholarship offer before September 1st of the athlete's junior year of high school. There are some caveats to this date depending upon the sport, such as football, men's/women's basketball and baseball, but this is the general rule.

What GPA do you need for a d1 scholarship? ›

To be academically eligible for a DI scholarship your student-athlete needs to have at least a 2.3 GPA on a 4.0 scale. However, it's not quite as simple as looking at their transcript and checking the overall GPA.

How to increase the chances of getting a full ride scholarship? ›

Full-ride academic scholarship: Be at the top of your class with a great GPA, take AP/honors classes, and get perfect (or close to perfect) SAT or ACT scores. Along with academic merit, it also helps to also have leadership skills or community involvement, too (see below).

What percentage of people get full ride college scholarships? ›

Full-ride scholarships are awarded to only about 0.1% of students (Wignall, 2021). Nearly just as rare are full-tuition scholarships, which are awarded to only 1.5% of students (ThinkImpact, 2021). A regular high school student may have the qualifications for as many as 50 to 100 scholarships (Dickler, 2021).

What GPA do you need to get a scholarship to Harvard? ›

Recipients are chosen on the basis of financial need and academic merit. Scholarship applicants must have a cumulative grade-point average of 3.33 or higher. See important information about enrollment status for Special Students in Enrollment Considerations.

What is the hardest scholarship to get? ›

Top 10 Hardest Scholarships to Get
  • Rhodes Scholarship.
  • Fullbright Scholarship.
  • Gates Cambridge Scholarship.
  • Princeton Scholarship.
  • Mitchell Scholarship.
  • Churchill Scholarship.
  • Marshall Scholarship.
  • Jardine Scholarship.
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What GPA is required for Harvard? ›

The GPA requirements for Harvard University are between 3.9 to 4.1. You will need an incredibly high GPA and will likely be graduating at the top of their class in order to get into Harvard University.

Will a 30 on the ACT get you a scholarship? ›

Unsurprisingly, the highest potential comes with ACT scores 30+. With ACT scores in the 30-36 range, it's possible to win $10,000 or more in scholarship prizes.

Can I get a full ride with a 27 ACT score? ›

An ACT score of 27 makes you eligible for merit aid from both your potential institution and third-party scholarship providers.

How competitive are full ride scholarships? ›

The fact that full-ride scholarships can pay for not only tuition but also cover the cost of textbooks, room and board, and other expenses, is amazing. However, since these scholarships are so significant (and honestly life-changing), it also means that they are extremely difficult to win.

What should you avoid when looking for scholarships? ›

Here are seven mistakes to avoid when searching for and filling out scholarship applications.
  • Starting Research Too Late. ...
  • Missing Deadlines. ...
  • Filling Out a Scam Application. ...
  • Ignoring Scholarship Requirements. ...
  • Bypassing Smaller Scholarships. ...
  • Leaving an Application Incomplete. ...
  • Making Errors on an Application.
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What should scholarships not ask for? ›

If an application asks for money, walk away. Don't give out bank or credit card information. Any financial data you provide should come from IRS or FAFSA data. Legitimate providers do not ask for bank information.

What can stop you from getting a scholarship? ›

Six Things to Avoid When Applying for Scholarships
  • Paying for scholarship assistance. ...
  • Failure to meet the application deadline. ...
  • Failure to follow directions. ...
  • Failure to send in a complete application. ...
  • Failure to write legibly. ...
  • Failure to proofread their application.
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What percent of students don't get scholarships? ›

Report Highlights. Over 1.7 million scholarships are awarded annually. However, only 7% of college students will receive a scholarship.

What GPA do I have to keep to not lose my scholarship? ›

One of the first rules you're likely to see on a conditional scholarship is a minimum GPA, such as a 3.0 or higher. It's vital to stay on top of your studies and ensure your grades are satisfactory. If they take a nosedive, consider talking with an on-campus tutor or asking your professor for extra credit assignments.

Why getting too many college scholarships can actually be a problem? ›

Too Many Scholarships Affect Financial Aid

You're required to report any sort of outside scholarships or financial aid to your college, so your institutional aid can be adjusted accordingly. Basically, the more outside scholarship money you get, the less money the school itself will give you.

What is the question 43 on the FAFSA? ›

Student's College Grant and Scholarship Aid Reported to IRS as Income. This is question 43d on the FAFSA. The response indicates the total amount of college grant and scholarship aid reported as part of the student's (and his/her spouse's) adjusted gross income (AGI) for 2020.

Do I have to report my scholarship for college as taxable income? ›

Generally, you report any portion of a scholarship, a fellowship grant, or other grant that you must include in gross income as follows: If filing Form 1040 or Form 1040-SR, include the taxable portion in the total amount reported on Line 1a of your tax return.

What happens to a college fund if you get a scholarship? ›

You don't lose all or even most of your savings.

It's a myth that you'll lost your 529 plan if the child wins a scholarship. A 529 plan offers tax-free earnings and tax-free withdrawals as long as the money is used to pay for qualified education expenses.

Is USC generous with scholarships? ›

USC administers more than a dozen prestigious scholarship programs, ranging in value from a few thousand dollars up to full tuition.

Is USC generous with financial aid? ›

Financial Aid at University of Southern California

In 2022, 7,333 of the 20,790 undergrads enrolled received financial aid. USC meets 100% of the demonstrated financial need for undergraduates. The average financial aid package for a full-time, first-year student is around $58,131 a year.

How hard is it to get a full ride scholarship to USC? ›

Typically, 2% of early applicants are selected to be considered for a USC merit scholarship. There are three possible USC merit scholarships students can receive: the Trustee scholarship (full-tuition), the Presidential scholarship (half-tuition), and the Dean's Scholarship (quarter-tuition).

Is it harder to get into USC or UCLA? ›

Is It Harder to Get Into USC or UCLA? Both schools are highly selective, though UCLA has a slightly lower acceptance rate.

What are 5 popular majors for students attending USC? ›

Most Popular Majors
  • Business. 1,020 Graduates.
  • 314 Graduates.
  • Biology. 276 Graduates.
  • 247 Graduates.
  • 194 Graduates.
  • Accounting. 189 Graduates.
  • 183 Graduates.
  • Political Science and Government. 164 Graduates.

Does USC look at freshman year grades? ›

Generally, for the purposes of admission into USC, we first review an applicant's coursework from grades 9 - 11. Applicants are also expected to submit grades from the fall term of their senior year as soon as they are available by using the Mid-Year Report Form included in the Common Application.

How can I get a full ride to USC? ›

Ranging in value from a few thousand dollars up to full tuition, merit scholarships are awarded based on academic excellence, leadership, service and talent. These include the full-tuition, four-year Trustee scholarship, the half-tuition Presidential Scholarship and the one-quarter tuition Deans Scholarship.

Can a 3.5 GPA get into USC? ›

If your GPA is below 3.8, you'll most likely have a more difficult time getting into USC. Therefore, it's best to aim as high as you can, preferably at least around a 3.85, so you will be above average but won't suffer too badly if you get a B in one or two classes.

What is the Oprah Winfrey scholarship? ›

The Oprah Winfrey Endowed Scholars Program provides financial support, leadership development experiences, and service opportunities for students with demonstrated financial need, strong academic potential, and interest in and commitment to community service.

What is the Queen scholarship? ›

The Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship is a $20,000 scholarship awarded annually based on academic excellence to graduate and post-graduate students studying Saskatchewan politics and government at an accredited Saskatchewan university.

Can a non U.S. citizen get a scholarship? ›

Undocumented students, including DACA recipients, are not eligible for federal student aid, but you may still be eligible for state or college aid, in addition to private scholarships. Check with your college or career school's financial aid office for more information.

Can you get FAFSA without being a resident? ›

Domestic Non-California Residents are eligible for federal financial aid based on their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Non-California residents are not eligible ore state and university need-based funding.

What is considered a eligible non citizen? ›

Generally, you are an eligible noncitizen if you are one of the following: U.S. permanent resident, with a Permanent Resident Card (formerly known as an Alien Registration Receipt Card or "Green Card”) Conditional permanent resident (I-551C)

Can I get FAFSA if I'm undocumented? ›

Undocumented immigrants are ineligible for federal funds, but you can still get aid from your university. Some states allow undocumented immigrants to obtain in-state tuition, and undocumented students are eligible for some private scholarships as well.

At what age should you start applying for scholarships? ›

That's right! Scholarship Experts recommend that students start searching and applying for scholarships when they are 13 years old. If you're already a high school senior and haven't started applying for any scholarships yet, you are way behind the ball.

What year should you start applying for scholarships? ›

Some deadlines are as early as a year before college starts, so if you're in high school now, you should be researching and applying for scholarships during the summer between your junior and senior years.

Is it too early to apply for scholarships? ›

It's never too early to apply for college scholarships and grants. If you're in your last year in high school, you should start sending out your application the moment you've already decided on what degree to take in college.

Are you more likely to get a scholarship if you apply early? ›

When you commit to a school through early decision, you might reduce your chances of getting a merit-based scholarship.

What is the deadline for most scholarships? ›

May 1 is usually the scholarship deadline date for many colleges and universities. You should start determining the colleges and university financial aid packages you will accept. (see chapter 28 in Winning Scholarships for College – “Making Choices – You've Been Awarded …Now What Do You Do?”)

What is the difference between a scholarship and a grant? ›

In general, grants are given based on financial-need, while scholarships are merit-based and awarded to students based on their academic achievements, extracurricular activities, field of study, and more.

Is it worth going to college at 30? ›

In your 30s, you're more mature and better prepared for college-level courses. While balancing school, work and family will be a significant time commitment; you'll be focused and ready to achieve your goals as a mature adult.

Are niche scholarships legit? ›

Niche is 100 percent legit and people really do win each month. While you definitely should be on the lookout for scholarship fraud (better safe than sorry), rest assured that Niche scholarships are the real deal.

How many scholarships should I apply for in a year? ›

The short answer is that you should apply to as many as you can, as early as you can. This means that you need to be looking early, and finding out when deadlines are. But remember, you don't want to make a career out of scholarship searching and application.

Are Nitro scholarships real? ›

1. Nitro College Scholarship — $2,000. The $2,000 Nitro College Scholarship is an opportunity for anyone enrolled in an accredited college or university for the upcoming school year.

What grade should you start applying for college? ›

You should start the application process the summer before your senior year. However, you can do a lot of prep work in your junior year, such as taking the SAT, researching and visiting campuses, getting recommendation letters, adding to your extracurriculars, etc.

Is scholarship Owl legit? ›

Yes, Scholarship Owl is a legit website. It connects you with scholarships that could help you get free money for college. That doesn't necessarily mean the paid features are worth it, though.

Do scholarships need to be repaid? ›

These financial awards differ from student loans in that they don't have to be repaid. So, to answer a question we often hear, if you get a scholarship, you do not have to pay it back. Students might receive the money directly as a check in their name.

What is the average chance of getting a scholarship? ›

Odds of Winning a Scholarship

Only about 1 in 8 college students wins a scholarship, and the average amount used to pay for college is about $4,200 a year. Very few students win $25,000 or more in scholarships each year (only about 0.1%). Among the students who win scholarships, 97% win $2,500 or less.

What are my chances of getting a full scholarship? ›

Unfortunately, the reality is that many students who more than meet all of the requirements for a full scholarship will not get it. In fact, only 0.1% of students get a full-ride per year.

How fast do you have to row to get a scholarship? ›

With that said, there are certain milestones rowers can achieve on their club or high school team to get priority consideration for an athletic scholarship. A 2k erg time of 7:20 and under will immediately receive interest from college coaches.


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