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The Fellows Scholarship Program

 

Anderson University is home to the Presidential, Academic, and AU Fellows Scholarship program. These award opportunities are reserved for first-time freshmen students who have demonstrated exceptional academic achievement, leadership, and mission-fit to Anderson University. The ability to apply for this scholarship is by invitation only.

  • Presidential Fellows: full tuition, room, and board scholarship
  • Academic Fellows: full tuition scholarship and $5,000 room stipend
  • AU Fellows: full tuition scholarship

One of the following test scores:

  • 1200+ SAT or
  • 27+ ACT or
  • 82+ CLT

AND

3.5+ GPA

Students are required to submit an application for admission to Anderson University. Along with their application, students will be required to submit their high school transcript, standardized test scores, resume, and two letters of recommendation.

Once students have submitted their application and corresponding materials, they may be invited to apply for the Fellows Scholarship Program based on the aforementioned eligibility requirements.

Those invited to apply for the Fellows Scholarship Program are evaluated on a number of factors, including but not limited to: their essay submission, academic achievement, commitment to service, proven leadership, and mission-fit to Anderson University.

Applicants must submit their required materials by December 1.

Once a student has submitted an application, it will be reviewed by key institutional leaders serving on the Fellows Scholarship Committee. The most elite and proven applicants are then chosen to be Fellows candidates and invited to attend a single-day, on-campus event where they will interact with members of the Trojan Family and future classmates, learn more about their scholarship opportunities, partake in various sessions and activities, and participate in an interview with members of the Fellows Scholarship Committee.

The Fellows Scholarship Committee will deliberate on their decisions following the event and will inform all participants of the outcome by the notification deadline.

The number of awards given varies each year based on the applicant pool and the impactful impressions made on the Fellows Scholarship Committee during the competition. In previous years, we have found that quality has a much greater influence on the number of scholarships awarded rather than setting a preexisting limit of the quantity we intend to distribute. However, all participants can feel encouraged knowing numerous scholarships are generously awarded each year.

 

The Denmark Scholarship

 

The Denmark Scholarship is a competitive scholarship reserved for first-time freshmen. The ability to apply for this scholarship is by invitation only.

Students can earn as much as $3,000 per year.

One of the following test scores:

  • 1100+ SAT or
  • 22+ ACT or
  • 74+ CLT

AND

3.0+ GPA

Students are required to submit an application for admission to Anderson University. Along with their application, students will be required to submit their high school transcript, standardized test scores, and Denmark essay.

Once students have submitted their application and corresponding materials, it will be reviewed by key institutional leaders serving on the Denmark Scholarship Committee.

Those invited to apply for the Denmark Scholarship program are evaluated on a number of factors, including but not limited to: their essay submission, academic achievement, commitment to service, proven leadership, and mission-fit to Anderson University.

Applicants must submit their required materials by February 1.

No. Students who have submitted an application for the Fellows Scholarship Program will automatically receive consideration for the Denmark Scholarship.

Please note that students interested in the Fellows Scholarship Program are required to submit an application for the Fellows Scholarship and may not use a Denmark Scholarship submission in its place.