Alumni Legacy Scholarship

This program provides a tuition scholarship waiver to offset the cost of non-resident tuition to first-time freshmen whose parent or grandparent graduated from Marshall University. In addition, the student must meet the following criteria:

·         Non-resident status

·         Full-time enrollment

·         Meet minimum ACT/SAT scores and H.S. GPA

First-time freshmen are automatically considered for this program when they indicate on their Admission Application that their parent or grandparent graduated from Marshall University. The student’s parent or grandparent must be an “active” alumnus or alumna. In order to confirm your eligibility for this program, you must complete the Alumni Legacy Tuition Reduction Scholarship Questionnaire and submit it to the Office of Student Financial Assistance.

Tier I Alumni Legacy award amount is the difference between non-resident tuition and WV resident tuition. To qualify for Tier I Alumni Legacy, the student must have:

·         ACT composite score of 26 or higher or SAT Evidence-based Reading and Writing + Math Score of 1240 and a H.S. GPA of at least 3.5

Tier 2 Alumni Legacy award amount is the difference between non-resident tuition and Metro resident tuition.  To qualify for Tier 2 Alumni Legacy, the student must have:

·         ACT composite score of 23 or higher or SAT Evidence-based Reading and Writing + Math Score of 1130 and a H.S. GPA of at least 2.75

Recipients of the Legacy Tuition Reduction Scholarship forfeit receipt of any other Marshall University Scholarship or Tuition Waiver Programs. The tuition waiver scholarship may only be applied to Marshall University non-resident tuition charges. This tuition waiver scholarship does not apply to students enrolled in a distance education program. This scholarship waiver does not cover tuition charges from St. Mary’s Center for Education and other consortium colleges and universities.

Students shall be awarded either the Alumni Legacy or other Marshall University Scholarship/Grant awards depending on which is more advantageous.

This is a 4-year tuition scholarship waiver program that is renewable if the student maintains at least a 2.0 GPA, completes successfully at least 30 credit hours each academic year, and maintains Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress.

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