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INSTITUTIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS

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Academic

    GPA | 3.7+
  • $62,000 ($15,500 Annually)
  • GPA | 3.5-3.69
  • $60,000 ($15,000 Annually)
  • GPA | 3.0-3.49
  • $56,000 ($14,000 Annually)
  • GPA | Under 3.0
  • $52,000 ($13,000 Annually)

Affiliate

    Legacy Students
  • 70% of Tuition
  • McPherson County Students
  • 60% of Tuition
  • Christian High School Graduates
  • 50% of Tuition
  • Homeschool Graduates
  • 50% of Tuition
  • Sunflower State Graduates
  • 50% of Tuition

Participation

  • Art
  • Athletic
  • Business
  • Ministry
  • Music
  • Theater

*Participation Scholarships are based on talent and are awarded by the staff representative (coach or professor.)

+ $500 EARLY BIRD SCHOLARSHIP

Early Bird Scholarship is earned by students completing and submitting the following documents by April 1 before their senior year. Application, Transcripts, Deposit, FAFSA, and Registration Documents

TOTAL INSTITUTIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE FROM $52,000 – $83,200

(Available Annually from $13,000 – $20,800)

FEDERAL & STATE AID AVAILABLE ANNUALLY

Federal and State Aid is provided by the Federal or State Governments and is subject to eligibility, restrictions, and when applicable repayment.

+ $6,500 PELL GRANT

The Federal Pell program was authorized by the federal government in 1972. This program provides for the payment of awards to students based on financial need.

+ $3,000 KANSAS COMPREHENSIVE GRANT

Residents of the state of Kansas attending a Kansas private college may be eligible for $1,500 – $3,000 under the Kansas Comprehensive Grant (KCG) program. A FAFSA must be received by the Department of Education by April 1.

+ $750 SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY GRANT

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG) are available to students with financial need as determined by the Need Analysis System. FSEOG will be awarded to students who have a high need and Federal Pell Grant eligibility.

+ $3,500 SUBSIDIZED LOAN

Under the Federal Stafford Loan Program, a student borrows from a participating lending institution. The maximum amount that a student may borrow is $3,500 for a freshman, $4,500 for a sophomore, and $5,500 for juniors and seniors. The federal government will pay the interest until the student graduates, leaves school, or drops below half-time and his/her repayments on the loan begin. The repayment of these loans may be extended over a ten-year period. The Central Christian College financial aid office can help determine eligibility.

+ $2,000 UNSUBSIDIZED LOAN

Under the Federal Stafford Loan Program, a student borrows from a participating lending institution. With the unsubsidized loan, the student does not get the same interest subsidies as the Subsidized Federal Stafford Loan program. The student is responsible for the interest. Repayment obligations are the same as the Subsidized Federal Stafford Loan Program. Independent and dependent students whose parents were denied the Federal Parent Loan to Undergraduate Students (FPLUS) are eligible for additional amounts. The Central Christian College financial aid office can help determine eligibility.

 

TOTAL FEDERAL & STATE SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE FROM $22,000 – $63,200

(Available Annually from $5,500 – $15,750)

FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE ANNUALLY FROM $5,500 – $15,750

TOTAL SCHOLARSHIPS & AID AVAILABLE FROM $74,000 – $146,200

(Institutional, State & Federal | Available Annually from $18,500 – $36,550)

OUTSIDE GRANTS & SCHOLARSHIPS

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