Additional Scholarships Opportunities
The Honors Program is no longer taking applications for the Fall 2020 semester
The Honors Program is a residential community of motivated students who are passionate about learning.
If accepted into the Honors Program, you will receive a $1,000 per year Honors Program Scholarship. Interviews for the Honors Program take place on Scholarship Day events.
INSTITUTE FOR WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP (IWIL) SCHOLARSHIPS
As a member of Brevard’s IWIL program, you’ll develop your leadership skills through service. If you are accepted into the program, you will receive a $1,000 per year IWIL Scholarship. Interviews for the IWIL program take place on Scholarship Day events.
GOLDEN LEAF FOUNDATION AWARDS
The Golden LEAF Foundation awards and scholarships are for North Carolina students from tobacco-dependent, economically distressed, and rural communities. Click on the link below for the most up-to-date list of qualifying counties and eligibility requirements.
UNITED METHODIST HIGHER EDUCATION FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
The United Methodist Higher Education Foundation (UMHEF) is a non-profit group that awards scholarships to qualified students attending United Methodist-affiliated institutions. This foundation awards more than $2 million to 1,000+ students annually. Scholarship amounts vary.
The Yellow Ribbon Program
Brevard College welcomes Veterans! If you qualify for VA benefits, your out-of-pocket costs to attend Brevard College may be comparable to that of a public college or university. As a participant in the Yellow Ribbon Program, Brevard College commits up to $5,000 per year in funds to eligible veterans.
Please contact us to learn more about the school, scholarships, and the enrollment process. Brevard College’s certifying official is located in the Registrar’s Office and may be reached by phone at 828.884.8332.
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