Along with your acceptance letter, you will receive a scholarship letter listing scholarships for which you qualify. Remember, scholarships are merit-based.
To find out if you qualify for one of these scholarships, use our Gordon College Cost Estimator:
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|A. J. Gordon Scholarship|
Top students are awarded our premier A. J. Gordon Scholarship on the basis of academic achievement, and church and community involvement.
Recipients of the A. J. Gordon Scholarship will receive $15,000/year (or $60,000 over 4 years).
Learn more about the A. J. Gordon Scholarship.
Recipients of the Presidential Scholarship will receive from $12,000–$13,000/year (or $48,000–$52,000 over 4 years).
Recipients of the Provost’s Scholarship will receive $9,000–$11,000/year (or $36,000–$44,000 over 4 years).
Recipients of the Dean’s Scholarship will receive $7,000/year (or $28,000 over 4 years).
These scholarships are based on unique circumstances.
|Gordon College National Merit Scholarship|
|Recipients of this scholarship (for freshmen only) must be recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation as National Merit Scholarship Finalists. They also:
|National Achievement Gordon College Scholarship|
|Recipients of this scholarship (for freshmen only) must be recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation as National Achievement Scholarship Finalists. They also:
|If you live in an urban area in Massachusetts, Connecticut, or in and around the five boroughs of New York, you are eligible for this award.
This scholarship provides unique leadership training and mentoring. To qualify for the program, you must have completed your application by January 1st. Eligible applicants will be invited to participate in the Clarendon Scholar’s Day event on campus. Ten students will be selected to receive the Clarendon Scholarship based on an aptitude for scholarship and leadership.
This scholarship is for freshman applicants only and full tuition and fees are paid for.
|Awarded to students enrolling as music majors that have auditioned with music faculty. These awards recognize excellence and the potential to contribute to Gordon’s music program. Schedule an audition online or call 978.867.4369 for more information.|
|Fine Arts and Theatre Scholarships|
Awarded to students enrolling as theatre or fine arts majors and have either reviewed their art portfolio or auditioned within the Theatre Department. These awards recognize excellence and the potential to contribute to the arts at Gordon.
For more information about Theatre Scholarships, go to: http://www.gordon.edu/academics/theatre_faqs.
For more information about Art Scholarships, go to:
|Young Life Scholarship|
|Awarded to students who are active members of Young Life. Applicants may be asked to complete additional essay questions and provide recommendations from Young Life leaders.|
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