Hosted Scholarship Programs
The Honors College hosts three scholarship programs for both Honors and non-Honors students. These hosted scholarships vary in eligibility requirements and benefits. Learn more below.
The George W. Jenkins Scholarship is awarded to high achievers with the strength to overcome adversity. Recipients of this award receive up to the full cost of attendance, including tuition, books, room and board, and various expenses. In addition, students receive academic support and the opportunity to study abroad. Students must demonstrate a high financial need and have overcome a significant obstacle.
The Honors College is the academic home of the First Generation Brad and Terry Holcombe Scholarship. First-generation is defined as a student who does not have a parent with a college degree. Students with a strong financial need and demonstrated community service are encouraged to apply. In addition to a financial award to assist with the cost of tuition, books, room and board, and expenses, recipients also receive academic support.
The Robert and Susan Ableidinger Scholarship is a university-wide need-based scholarship housed in the Honors College that provides recipients with $2,000 per student. In addition to the financial award, recipients also receive access to Honors College benefits, including priority registration.