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Merit Scholarships 2020-2021

Merit Scholarships for First-Year Students

Moravian College awards scholarships to incoming first-year students based on their academic performance in high school and demonstrated involvement in school and community activities. Students are automatically considered for a scholarship upon the review of their application for admission. Academic scholarships can range between $18,000-$28,000 and are awarded regardless of financial need. These scholarships are renewable at the same amount each year, provided students maintain continuous, full-time enrollment and satisfactory academic progress. Presidential scholars must also maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA.

Some other scholarship opportunities at Moravian College include:

  • The Legacy Grant – Awarded to full-time undergraduate students whose sibling, parent, grandparent, and/or great-grandparent graduated from Moravian College.  This includes alumni of all graduate programs and Moravian Theological Seminary.  Recipients receive $2,000 annually.
  • The Sibling Grant – Awarded to any new full-time undergraduate student enrolling at Moravian College who has a sibling currently enrolled at the college.  Eligible recipients receive up to $2,000 annually.  Students awarded the Legacy Grant cannot also receive a Sibling Grant
  • The Moravian Church Scholarship – Awarded in the amount of $2,000 to incoming students who are official documented members of a Moravian Church congregation. A letter from the pastor of the congregation must accompany the application for admission.
  • Endowed and Annual Giving Scholarships – Alumni and friends of Moravian College donate millions of dollars every year to the many scholarship funds established to support our students. Incoming first-year students are encouraged to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible to maximize funding consideration. 

SAGE Scholars Tuition Rewards Program

Moravian College participates in the SAGE Scholars Tuition Rewards program, a national consortium of private colleges and universities that encourages families to save for higher education and to attend member institutions. The program is a collaboration of colleges, financial and insurance organizations, employee benefit plans, and Pennsylvania's 529 College Savings plan. Tuition Rewards are included in the formulation of your financial aid offer.