All admitted undergraduates will be considered for merit scholarships, based on the criteria below. Additionally, students wishing to apply for need-based financial aid should submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Learn more about FAFSA and how it can help you minimize college costs here. (PDF)
We know that planning and paying for college can be confusing, so we want to help you understand Millsaps' simplified scholarship selection system. While every applicant is reviewed individually, the table below allows you to use your grades and ACT (or SAT) score to estimate your merit scholarship range. Within each range, the final award will be determined by additional criteria such as the rigor of a student's academic program and high school curriculum, leadership, extracurricular involvement, letters of recommendation, alumni/legacy relationships, institutional fit and demonstrated interest.
Scholarship matrix applicable to new freshmen students entering fall 2016:
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For new, entering, domestic freshmen applicants only. The matrix above does NOT include additional awards for students with artistic, musical, or theatre talent, or for students awarded need based financial aid after filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The matrix scholarship ranges DO account for alumni relationships and include Legacy Scholarships.
Here are some examples:
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