Fall 2020 Scholarships FAQ
Scholarship FAQs for Fall 2020 Freshmen:
A: Yes. If you choose not to enroll, please notify the BGSU Office of Admissions that you are not attending BGSU in the upcoming semester, but plan to enroll in January 2021. You will be required to apply for admissions for Spring 2021 by Dec. 15, 2020, to be eligible to have the scholarship reinstated. The application for admissions may be found here.
If you choose to attend another college or university for the fall semester, you will be required to have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 at the end of your fall term at the other college/university to receive the scholarship. This requirement will be confirmed when the official transcript is received. If you do not meet the GPA requirement, you will have the scholarship removed from your Student Financial Aid account.
If you attend another college or university, you will lose one semester of eligibility on the original scholarship. Typically scholarships are available for 8 semesters (4 academic years), but if you have enrolled at another college or university, you will receive the scholarship for 7 semesters (3 ½ years).
Please note: The University Freshmen Academic Scholarship is the only BGSU scholarship that may be deferred for one semester. Any other offers of scholarships made by BGSU are forfeited if you are unable to attend.
A: No. You will no longer be eligible to receive the original scholarship offer after attending another college or university for two or more semesters. If you are interested in scholarship opportunities for BGSU transfer students, please review this scholarship website.
A: Yes. If you do not attend any college or university during the next academic year, you will remain eligible for the University Freshmen Academic Scholarship award.
A: The BG Success scholarship is available to both new freshmen and transfer students who have a 3.0 GPA or a 20 ACT/1020 SAT.
A: These scholarships and grants are not eligible for deferment to another semester. If you are unable to attend BGSU this fall, these awards will be forfeited.
A: No, these scholarships may not be deferred for future enrollment. If you are unable to attend BGSU this fall, these awards are forfeited.
A: No, these scholarships are limited and may not be deferred.
A: Please contact Dr. Per Broman at 419-372-2181 in the College of Musical Arts, or the School of Art Dean’s Office at 419-372-2786 for questions relating to these scholarship awards.
A: Please contact the Office of Admissions at 419-372-2478 or email@example.com to speak with your Admissions counselor.