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Antioch University Midwest is pleased to offer scholarships for new and continuing students. These funds help make college more affordable, reduce loan debt and do not have to be repaid. Application and meeting requirements does not guarantee an award. All funding is available on a first come basis and only until budgeted funds, which change annually, are exhausted. For scholarship inquiries, please contact the Financial Aid team at email@example.com.
This scholarship is awarded to new undergraduate students at Antioch University Midwest. Award amounts are based on need and enrollment. Awards are posted to a student’s account after the start of the term once registration and enrollment are confirmed.
This limited fund is to assist current students (undergraduate or graduate) with funding gaps in meeting direct educational cost (tuition and fees ) who don’t have other financial options. Awards will be based on financial need, time to degree completion and other factors. This award can only be awarded once to assist with degree completion. Student must not be eligible for financial aid refund.
The Antioch University Midwest Phi Theta Kappa Transfer Award is for new transfer students for their outstanding academic achievement.
There are a limited number of awards that and will be given on a first come basis for those who meet all the eligibility requirements. Recipients will be awarded a total amount of $3,000; $1,500 per semester for one year of consecutive academic semesters.
- Applicant must be a Phi Theta Kappa member in good standing and transfer in to a degree seeking program at Antioch University Midwest.
- Students must maintain full -time status in a minimum of 12 semester credits and remain at full‐time status while requesting scholarship disbursements for following semesters.
There are many scholarships and grants available to graduate and undergraduate students through outside sources.