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Scholarship Eligibility

If you will be an incoming freshmen at Webster University's home campus in Webster Groves for Fall 2017, enter your GPA and ACT or SAT score to determine which merit-based scholarship you are eligible to receive.

GPA (On a 4.0 Scale):

ACT Score:  or SAT Score: 

Just FYI, while you have entered a GPA greater than 4.0, our scholarship is based on a 4.0 GPA.

Webster Gold Scholarship

Value: $18,000

Awarded to first-time freshman and is renewed annually by staying in good standing with Webster University and maintaining a 3.0 GPA. To apply, submit official high school transcripts and test scores with your admission application. The Admission Office will confirm your eligibility for this scholarship. This scholarship is not stackable with other merit or academic scholarships, such as those available through Raise Me or other scholarship sources.

Webster Blue Scholarship

Value: $16,000

Awarded to first-time freshman and is renewed annually by staying in good standing with Webster University and maintaining a 3.0 GPA. To apply, submit official high school transcripts and test scores with your admission application. The Admission Office will confirm your eligibility for this scholarship. This scholarship is not stackable with other merit or academic scholarships, such as those available through Raise Me or other scholarship sources.

Gorlok Gold Scholarship

Value: $14,000

Awarded to first-time freshman and is renewed annually by staying in good standing with Webster University and maintaining a 3.0 GPA. To apply, submit official high school transcripts and test scores with your admission application. The Admission Office will confirm your eligibility for this scholarship. This scholarship is not stackable with other merit or academic scholarships, such as those available through Raise Me or other scholarship sources.

Gorlok Blue Grant

Value: $12,000

Awarded to first-time freshman and is renewed annually by staying in good standing with Webster University and maintaining a 2.5 GPA. To apply, submit official high school transcripts and test scores with your admission application. The Admission Office will confirm your eligibility for this grant. This grant may not stackable with other merit or academic scholarships, such as those available through Raise Me or other scholarship sources.

Based on what you entered, you don't qualify for a merit-based scholarship. Raising either your ACT/SAT score or your GPA might change that. You may also qualify for need-based financial aid. Contact your admissions counselor if you have questions about other financial aid for which you might be eligible.