Scholarships are given to outstanding new full-time students in an effort to reward academic distinction.
Students who demonstrate academic distinction may be eligible for a Chatham Merit Scholarship. Once the student has been accepted to the university, the scholarship’s amount will be calculated. For this scholarship, you don’t need to fill out a separate application.
Chatham also provides considerable need-based financial help. If you enroll full-time and have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better, you can renew this scholarship opportunity each year.
These are the numerous grants and scholarships that the university offers to all new or incoming students who want to enroll in a degree program.
- Scholarships for First-Year Students
- Grants for Transfer Students
- International Scholarships for Students
- White House Fellowships
- Scholarship for Rachel Carson: Annual Full Tuition
- Kenneth Lake
To be eligible for Chatham University Scholarships and Grants for Fresh Students, you are expected to meet the following condition:
- Applicants must be a domestic or international students
- Applicants must be incoming or fresh students
- Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and full-time enrolment
- Online students are not eligible
To qualify for a Chatham Scholarship, students must complete an admissions application, be granted acceptance to the University, and, in some cases, interview or audition. In addition, Chatham offers generous need-based financial aid. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to determine need-based aid. No other forms are required.