The Ohio State University at Marion manages over 45 individual scholarship funds which provide up to $1.2 million annually in campus-based scholarships.
- New students admitted to Ohio State Marion by February 15, 2014 for the 2014-2015 school year will receive first consideration for available scholarship funds, with students admitted after that date being considered on a funds-available basis only. No separate scholarship application is required of new applicants.
- Current or returning Ohio State students who wish to apply for Marion campus scholarship funds must complete the online 2014-15 Ohio State Marion Scholarship Application by February 15, 2014 at http://intraweb.marion.ohio-state.edu/Scholarship/ScholApp.php.
- Our awards are based upon either prior academic performance (cumulative GPA), financial need, or a combination of the two. Therefore, filing your FAFSA by the February 15 priority deadline is strongly encouraged in order to maximize the likelihood of qualifying for a scholarship award.
- Awards will be prorated for less than full-time attendance in a given term.
- Awards cannot be used to pay tuition or other fees at another OSU campus or another college or university.
- Eligible students may receive a maximum of four years (eight semesters) of Marion campus scholarships.
- Unused portions of awards from one term cannot be carried over to another term.
- For merit-based awards, current student cumulative grade point averages as of February 15, 2014 will be used to determine eligibility for 2014-2015 awards. Most of our scholarship funds require a minimum 3.2 cumulative GPA in order to qualify.
We also offer a Dean's Scholarship, which provides full in-state tuition and a book allowance to 2014 high school graduates who meet the following criteria:
- Admitted to Ohio State Marion by February 15, 2014
- Plan to major in Elementary Education, English, History, General Business Management, Psychology, Social Work or Engineering
- Will have completed a full college-preparatory curriculum upon graduation
- Will graduate in the top 10% of their high school class, OR
- Have a minimum ACT composite score of 27
- Successfully complete the competition process
The Dean's Scholarship is renewable for up to a total of 8 semesters (4 semesters for Engineering), provided the student commits to complete one of the qualifying degree programs entirely at the Marion campus (two full years of Engineering), maintains full-time enrollment at the Marion campus and a 3.5 cumulative grade point average. Two Dean's scholarships for each of the above majors are awarded each year.
Please contact Matt Moreau directly with any questions regarding the Dean's Scholarship.
Questions about scholarships? Contact:
Admission & Financial Aid: (740) 725-6242
Matt Moreau, Director of Admission and Financial Aid: email@example.com