All students who apply for admission will automatically be reviewed for an academic merit scholarship. These renewable four-year scholarships range from $5,000 - $23,000.
Scholarship decisions are based on a comprehensive review of each application, with particular focus on the strength of the applicant’s academic curriculum.
|Award Name||For Consideration||Amount||Application Requirement||Deadline|
|Benjamin Templeton Scholarship (awarded up to 10 students)||Exceptional students who have participated or led programs that promote diversity, human rights and social justice for race, gender, religion, sexual|
orientation and gender identity or national origin
|Full-tuition renewable||Admission |
Completed Templeton Scholar application, 500-word essay, 1 letter of recommendation, detailed resume
|Crowe Scholarship||Top applicants in Natural Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences, Arts and Letters and Undecided majors||Up to $5,000 renewable scholarship in addition to admission level scholarship||Admission |
Detailed resume highlighting accomplishments in one's academic area of interest, additional letters of recommendation
Crowe II December 1
Awarded to immediate relatives of Hanover College alumni and current students to remind us that the most important part of the College is not its buildings but its people. For 2017-2018, this award is in the amount of $3,000 per year. It is renewable each year provided Satisfactory Academic Progress is met.
KEES Scholarship Match
Hanover College matches the Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES) earned by all admitted Kentucky students. The award is renewable each year provided Satisfactory Academic Progress is met.
Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship
The Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship provides a 4-year, full-tuition scholarship to selected students from each Indiana county. In addition to the scholarship provided through the Lilly Endowment, Hanover College will award Lilly Scholars a 4-year renewable scholarship equal to the value of room and board. Starting with the class of 2022, Hanover will also fully fund a May term study abroad experience.
|Award Name||For Consideration||Amount||Deadline|
|Hanover Grant||Admission and demonstrated financial need as determined by the FAFSA||Varies||March 1|
|Frank O'Bannon Grant||Admission, resident of Indiana and demonstrated financial need as determined by the FAFSA||Varies. Determined by the Indiana Division of Student Financial Aid. Most recent maximum $9,000 *||April 15|
|Academic Honors Award||Admission, resident of Indiana and recipient of Academic or Technical Honors Diploma||Determined by the Indiana Division of Student Financial Aid. Most recent maximum $800 **||April 15|
|21st Century Scholarship||Admission, resident of Indiana and successful completion of the 21st Century Scholars Program||Determined by the Indiana Division of Student Financial Aid. Most recent maximum $8,180 ***||April 15|
|Federal Pell Grant||Admission and demonstrated financial need as determined by the FAFSA||Varies. Most recent maximum $5,920||Open throughout academic year|
* Student must complete 24 credit hours (6 course units) per year to maintain eligibility for state aid and 30 credit hours (7.5 course units) to get higher award in future years.
** Student must earn at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA through the end of the previous award year for this award to renew.
*** Students must complete 30 credit hours (7.5 course units) per year to maintain eligibility. Frank O'Bannon Grant may be awarded in place of 21st Century Scholarship (you will receive the award that is the highest dollar amount).
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