A full-tuition package to help you attend college and afford college.
The College of St. Scholastica is proud to introduce a way for high school students to say "yes" to college and the career of your choice.
Designed for great students with great need, the CSSyes Scholarship:
- Covers remainder of tuition (this does not include room/board or books) after factoring in your Benedictine Scholarship, other St. Scholastica scholarships and grants, and state and federal grant funding;
- Is renewable for up to three additional years, or until receiving a bachelor's degree, as long as you maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) along with full-time enrollment status (12-18 credits). SAP is defined as a 67% completion rate and a 2.0 GPA, or better;
- Allows you to earn outside scholarships to cover room, board, and books.
*Note: Recipients selected to receive the CSSyes Scholarship are required to live on campus their freshman and sophomore years.
CSSyes Eligibility Requirements:
- High school student applying for admission as first-year students in the traditional undergraduate program
- Student from a low-income family
- High school GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Student must be a U.S. citizen
And unlike other tuition packages, the CSSyes Scholarship does not require that you have been involved in a college readiness program.
To apply to be considered for the CSSyes Scholarship, complete the following by April 1:
- Apply to The College of St. Scholastica as a first-year student for the upcoming Fall.
- Recipients selected to receive CSSyes are required to live on campus their freshman and sophomore years. Living on the St. Scholastica campus is a great way to meet new friends from different backgrounds and lifestyles, as well as connect the living and learning aspect of the collegiate life.
- Complete your CSSyes Scholarship Application.
- Recipients will be notified beginning April 18
- We recommend you come for an official visit on the Duluth campus (a personal visit or event).
- File your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by March 1.
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