(Beginning with fall 2014 entrants)
All transfer applicants to Randolph-Macon College are automatically considered
for a Transfer Merit Award or Scholarship, but you should apply for admission by the Priority Application
Deadline for the semester you intend to enroll (April 1st for fall semester and
December 1st for spring semester). Eligible candidates will
be notified of their award in their acceptance letter. Award recipients may also
qualify for other types
of aid based on demonstrated need.
The primary criterion for our transfer merit awards and scholarship selection is
academic achievement. We also consider leadership in school and the community and
personal accomplishments or talents. To give you an idea of what you will need to
qualify for one of our merit awards or scholarships, we have provided you with a
list of our awards and the GPA range of most recipients. The GPA listed is a cumulative
college GPA, based on all college level work attempted. To qualify based
solely on this cumulative college GPA you must have completed at least 21 hours of
transferable college level work. Admitted transfer students below 21 hours
of transferable college level work will be considered for similar awards based on
a combination of high school transcripts, SAT and/or ACT scores, and any college
*Cumulative College GPA = All work attempted at the college level.
All merit awards are awarded at the discretion of the admissions committee.
Excessively low marks, negative trends, or disciplinary action could impact a student’s