UE Scholarship Renewal Requirements
The renewal of all scholarships and financial aid requires that students maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP). The standards for SAP include both a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) and a credit-hours-earned expectation (earning at least 67% of all attempted credit hours). Some scholarships require a higher GPA for renewal.
Unless noted below, students must be meeting SAP to be eligible for renewal of UE scholarships and grants for the next academic year. Students should also be aware that the full renewal of UE aid may require continued residency in UE-approved housing. View UE’s housing and financial aid renewal policy.
|Scholarship||Cumulative GPA Requirement|
|President’s, Trustee, National Merit Finalist, National Merit Semi-Finalist, National Achievement Finalist, National Achievement Semi-Finalist, and National Hispanic Scholar Recognition||3.0
If your cumulative GPA falls between 2.50 – 2.99 following any academic year, your scholarship will be reduced by $1,500. If your cumulative GPA falls below 2.5 following any academic year, your scholarship will be reduced by $3,000.
|UE Annual, Academic, Art, Dean, Faculty, Music, National Need for Nurses, Theatre, and UE DPT||2.5
If your cumulative GPA falls below 2.5 following any academic year, your scholarship will be reduced by $1,500.
|Davidson, Direct Entry Scholarships, Pott Engineering, Scouting, and Phi Theta Kappa||2.5
These awards require a 2.5 GPA for renewal.
|Aces, Fellows and Changemaker||These awards require students to meet GPA Qualitative Standards in accordance with SAP. Award is reduced by $1500 if student is not meeting this standard.|
If your scholarship is adjusted downward due to grades, you may regain the original value of your scholarship by achieving the required cumulative GPA by the following May.
A student may request a GPA review at the end of any term. The Office of Financial Aid will review renewal requirements and adjust aid accordingly.
Duration of Scholarships
Unless specified below, University of Evansville Merit Scholarships are available for a maximum of four years (8 semesters), or until the requirements for the first bachelors’ degree have been met, whichever comes first. Students who are in a four-year program but will not graduate in four years may appeal for an extension of UE scholarship(s).
Physical therapy students admitted into the DPT program will receive their primary merit-based award for either six years (12 semesters) or seven years (14 semesters), depending upon the curriculum plan selected by the student approved by UE faculty. Awards remain fixed at their fourth-year value. Add-on merit-awards and need-based grants are available only for four years.
Students in these five-year programs will receive their UE awards for five years: BS/MS Health Services Administration, Applied Exercise Science/PTA, Athletic Training/PTA, Exercise Science/Health Services Administration, and Music Education/Music Therapy.