Academic Merit Scholarship Eligibility Requirements

Campbell University Academic Merit Scholarships (Presidential, Scott-Ellis, CU Promise, Transfer Scholarship, Campbell Grant, Faith Grant) are for main campus undergraduate students attending full-time (at least 12 credits hours) during fall and spring semesters only. These scholarships are not transferable to graduate or professional programs and are applicable to tuition only.

The cumulative grade point average (CGPA) requirement for all scholarships are below. The student’s CGPA requirements will be reviewed after the completion of two semesters at Campbell University. After completion of two semesters, the student’s CGPA must meet the minimums listed below.

Presidential, Scott-Ellis, CU Promise, Transfer Scholarship’s
A main campus undergraduate student, attending full-time (at least 12 credit hours), must maintain a 2.5 CGPA to receive the Presidential, Scott-Ellis, CU Promise, or Transfer Scholarship.

Campbell Grant

Campbell Grant recipients must maintain a 2.0 CGPA during all semesters.

Other Admissions’ Scholarship Requirements

Full time undergraduate students remain eligible for the following scholarships if a 2.0 CGPA is maintained. These scholarships include: On-Campus Housing, Out of State, Harnett County Resident, Legacy, Multi Child, Top Ten Percent, and Phi Theta Kappa. Students receiving On-Campus Housing Scholarships must also remain in on-campus housing.

Faith Grant

Faith Grant is awarded to supplement a student’s loss of original academic merit scholarship if they fail to maintain their CGPA requirements. If a student’s CGPA is 2.0 or higher at the time the original award is canceled, a Faith Grant may be awarded. The Faith Grant award amount is $3,000 dollars per semester. The student must maintain a CGPA of 2.0 during all semesters to remain eligible for the Faith Grant.

Scholarship Review

If a student meets the eligibility requirements after an original scholarship has been canceled, a student may request a scholarship review by writing to the Office of Financial Aid. The Office of Financial Aid performs an academic merit review at the end of each fall and spring semester every academic year. Students attending summer terms to improve their CGPA must contact the Office of Financial Aid for a new merit review.