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What are my chances at honors college/ scholarship?

ramsfan1ramsfan1 6 replies1 threads New Member
I was wondering if I have any chance getting into the honors program for A&S and any scholarship money (out of state).
My stats:
ACT: Composite- 27, Super score (CUB takes)- 29
GPA: (unweighted) 3.95
I will graduate with six AP classes and many advanced classes.
I have participated in many school organizations and have had multiple summer jobs.
Thanks.
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Replies to: What are my chances at honors college/ scholarship?

  • Ann of the HillAnn of the Hill 52 replies0 threads Junior Member
    ramsfan1

    Here is a breakdown for incoming State Freshman. Also differs for Out of State students.
    I suggest you study and take the ACT again. Your GPA is fine, but not top level.

    Award
    High School
    Weighted GPA
    Test Scores
    Amount
    President Joseph A. Sewall Award
    4.0+
    33 ACT or 1440 SAT
    (tested prior to March 2016)
    33 ACT or 1480 SAT
    (tested March 2016 or after)
    $20,000 total
    ($5,000 per year)

    President Horace M. Hale Award
    4.0+
    31 ACT or 1350 SAT
    (tested prior to March 2016)
    31 ACT or 1410 SAT
    (tested March 2016 or after)
    $14,000 total
    ($3,500 per year)

    President James H. Baker Award
    3.9 - 3.99
    28 ACT or 1240 SAT
    (tested prior to March 2016)
    28 ACT or 1310 SAT
    (tested March 2016 or after)
    $10,000 total
    ($2,500 per year)

    President James H. Baker Award
    3.8 - 3.89
    30 ACT or 1310 SAT
    (tested prior to March 2016)
    30 ACT or 1370 SAT
    (tested March 2016 or after)
    $10,000 total
    ($2,500 per year)
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  • Ann of the HillAnn of the Hill 52 replies0 threads Junior Member
    Out of State, Freshman, monies go to top 1-3% of students. If you qualify you will know when you get an
    acceptance letter. It also depends on your Major.
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