Coe College offers merit and competitive scholarships to recognize the talents and achievements of students applying for admission. Because these scholarships are awarded on merit, students do not have to demonstrate financial need to qualify. These scholarships include the Williston Jones, 受托人, 总统, Dean’s, Daniel Coe, Crimson & 黄金遗产奖, 深红色转移格兰特, 学术资格, 多样性的领导, 转移奖学金, 国家Kohawk奖, Kohawk走廊奖, 艺术, 音乐, 和戏剧. 优点 奖学金 are awarded (if applicable) upon admission to the college and require no separate application. Academic scholarships can be supplemented with competitive scholarships which may also require an on-campus interview or audition.
All scholarships are renewable on an annual basis. Renewal is contingent on full-time study and will not exceed eight terms of full-time study. The renewal for the Williston Jones, 受托人, 总统, Dean's and Daniel Coe scholarships is based on Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) for GPA and pace standards. Winners of music and theatre scholarships must meet participation criteria as specified in their aid offer. Students who fall below the required academic scholarship criteria or determine that they no longer desire to continue meeting requirements for a competitive scholarship should contact the 财政援助办公室 to determine if they are eligible for an extension to meet the GPA requirements or if other funds may be available to assist with offsetting the loss of a scholarship. Because these scholarships are awarded on merit, students do not have to demonstrate financial need to qualify. Coe College reserves the right to make any adjustments deemed necessary to the selection criteria, eligibility requirements, or award amounts of these scholarships. Questions regarding Coe scholarships should be directed to the Office of 入学.
A student who is not meeting the participation requirements of a talent scholarship may have the scholarship revoked by the academic department that initially awarded the scholarship. A probationary period is generally not granted in situations where a student no longer fulfills their participating requirements as outlined in the scholarship award offer. Appeals regarding the revocation of such scholarships must be directed to the appropriate academic department chair.
A student who loses an academic or talent scholarship is encouraged to contact the 财政援助办公室 to determine if they qualify for other financial aid funds that may be available to assist with offsetting the loss of a scholarship.
Coe College reserves the right to make any adjustments deemed necessary to the selection criteria, eligibility requirements, or award amounts of these scholarships. Questions regarding Coe merit and talent based scholarships should be directed to the Office of 入学.
Approved Institutional Leave of Absence (LOA) and Academic 奖学金
Students who are granted a LOA and do not attend a college elsewhere during their LOA, generally are eligible to have their academic and talent based scholarship renewed upon their return. Renewal of these scholarships is contingent upon meeting all other renewal criteria. Students who are returning from their LOA and have attended college elsewhere may have their scholarship eligibility reevaluated. During an approved institutional LOA a student’s enrollment status will be reported as withdrawn by the college to the Department of Education.