Scholarships: Transfer Students
Transfer Student Scholarships
Carroll College has several scholarship awards available for transfer students each year. Carroll College scholarships and grants are available for students pursuing their first baccalaureate degree. Post-baccalaureate degrees do not qualify for Carroll gift aid, which includes Carroll VA match benefits.
2021-2022 Transfer Merit Awards
Transfer students are automatically considered for one of our Transfer Merit Awards. These awards are based upon an academic college GPA calculated at time of admission. The award is renewable for up to eight semesters (4 years) until graduation. Students must be in good academic standing, be enrolled full-time and remain a campus resident to retain the award.
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Transfer Associates Award
New transfer students who have successfully completed at least two full-time semesters at a 2 year college (community, technical, tribal) and have a minimum college GPA of 2.50 qualify for a $2,000 per year award. Students must be directly transferring from the 2 year college and not subsequently enrolled in another 4 year college. The award is offered for up to 4 consecutive full-time years. Students must be in good academic standing and be enrolled full-time to retain the award. Receipt of athletic scholarships will reduce or may cancel this award.
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship
New transfer students may be eligible for a Carroll College Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship. Transfer students selected to Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society, which recognizes outstanding academic achievement by students who attended community college are eligible for this scholarship. Dual enrollment high school students are not eligible.
Students must indicate membership in Phi Theta Kappa on their transfer application for admission, they must be enrolled full-time and maintain good academic standing to receive this renewable scholarship. The Phi Theta Kappa award amount is $2,000 which is renewable up to 4 consecutive full-time years. Students must be in good academic standing and be enrolled full-time to retain the award. Receipt of athletic scholarships will reduce or may cancel this award.
Employer Matching Grant Program
The Employer Matching Grant Program is a program that partners with an eligible part-time (3-9 credits) student's employer and Carroll College to assist in paying tuition costs.
- Employer pays one-third tuition
- Carroll pays one-third tuition
- Student pays one-third tuition
For full details, please see the application in our forms bank: Employer Matching Grant Form
Other Carroll Awards
Carroll College has several scholarship awards available for incoming students each year, including those for Carroll activities and undocumented student. You can find them on our scholarships for new students page.