May 24, 2018  
2011-13 Academic Catalog-Concord University 
    
2011-13 Academic Catalog-Concord University [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Scholarships and Awards


Scholarships available to assist Concord University students are derived from endowments exceeding $16 million within the Concord University Foundation, Inc. plus varied other sources of private, corporate, philanthropic, and governmental assistance.

Institutional scholarships funded by the University are available through Concord University’s Office of Admission and are offered competitively. Applicants for scholarships must be granted admission to Concord University, meet the required criteria for scholarship, and complete a separate scholarship application form. Concord University awards institutional scholarship to students including academic, performing arts, community service, student activities, athletic, and academic division scholarships. Concord University’s success in attracting and retaining good academic students is based on assisting those students with earned merit financial scholarship. The application forms are available from the Office of Admissions or the Office of Financial Aid.

Concord University offers highly talented scholars the opportunity to compete for Concord University’s elite scholarships. The “Scholar’s of Distinction” program is highly competitive and students are awarded on the basis of high merit and include an interview appointment.

Other institutional scholarships are awarded based on merit and participation: The Legacy, Book Award, Student’s of Excellence Summer Academy, Boy State, Girls State, Entrepreneurial, Advanced Placement, Hugh O’Brian, Governors Honors Academy, and Student Activity.

Contact the Admissions or Financial Aid Offices for complete information and application procedures for the numerous scholarships offered by Concord University.

The Bonner Scholars Program

“Changing the World through Service,” Bonner Scholars receive up to $4,000.00  per year in return for a significant commitment to perform public or community service work while they are enrolled. This unique program was founded by the Corella and Bertram F. Bonner Foundation of Princeton, N.J. Further criteria and applications are available by contacting the Bonner Scholar Director at 304-384-6009 or email bonner@concord.edu.