- Renewable: Unknown
- Number of Awards: 50
- Award Amount: $22,000
- Website: http://www.strose.edu
- Phone: 518-458-5464
- Fax: 518-454-2109
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Address: 432 Western Avenue Albany, NY 12203-1490
The foundation offers numerous scholarships, and some of them are Trustees Scholarship, Presidential Scholarship, Provost Scholarship and Saint Rose Award.
The College of Saint Rose is doing all its best to support the enrolling students with superior ability and proven achievement.
You should know that these scholarships are not based on financial need, but on the students’ academic achievement.
Once you get the scholarship, the great thing is that it is renewable each year for four years or eight semesters, as long as you keep on meeting requirements and remain in good academic standing.
In order to be able to receive the College of Saint Rose scholarships you will firstly need to be accepted to Saint Rose.
The rigor of a student’s high school/college program is considered in determining scholarship eligibility.
Depending on your test scores and academic achievements, the amount of the award is determined and it can vary.
The scholarship requirements are important to be fulfilled so as to be accepted as eligible candidate.
You need to take the SAT or ACT and the score on them will be taken into consideration.
If you have 85+ GPA, 1000 – 1120 SAT/21+ ACT you will get $16,000 Saint Rose Award.
Applicants should know that the test scores are based on the new SAT score and we will be converting the pre-March 2016 scores to the new score to award scholarships.
How to Apply
For the Saint Rose scholarship, you need to click the button to download a free copy of our FAFSA Checklist to get all the information you need to fill out the application.
You will also need to provide a FSA ID.
You are supposed to file the FAFSA after October 1st and include The College of Saint Rose school code–002705.
If you are a New York State resident, you must complete the Express TAP application (ETA) online immediately following submission of the FAFSA.
If your FAFSA is selected for a process called, “verification”, you are supposed to submit signed copies of student and parent(s) IRS tax return transcripts, along with a completed Verification Worksheet to the Office of Financial Aid.