This tool is meant to provide an estimate of what your Merit Scholarship might be. It may be used by U.S. Citizens or other individuals who meet eligibility criteria for submitting a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). To calculate your potential merit-based aid, enter your GPA and your ACT (see SAT conversion chart) below.
- You must have a minimum 2.75 GPA and ACT/SAT score of 19/900 to qualify. (Athletes see requirements below.)
- Your Milligan admission application serves as the application for Milligan academic merit scholarships — no additional scholarship application is necessary for these merit awards. You’ll be notified at the point of admission of your award eligibility.
- Merit Scholarships can be combined with need-based aid and some other Milligan scholarships. See exclusions and restrictions below. Be sure to review all aid options and talk to your Admissions Counselor to see how affordable Milligan is!
SAT-ACT Conversion Chart
Milligan uses the highest total SAT score OR the highest composite ACT score. We do not “superscore” for awarding purpose.
SAT: Older SAT scores (prior to March 2016) use Critical Reading + Math total. New SAT scores (after March 2016) use highest total score.
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To qualify for an academic Merit Scholarship, athletes must have a minimum 22 ACT/1020 OLD SAT or 1100 NEW SAT and a 3.0 GPA (or 2.75 with 25 ACT/1130 OLD SAT or 1200 NEW or higher). Talk to your recruiting coach or fill out a Prospective Athlete form for more information.
Some other scholarship and aid programs are excluded from merit scholarship eligibility, including Goah Diversity Scholars and Jeanes Honors Scholarships. Athletes should see requirements above and talk to their coach.
Total gift aid cannot exceed the student’s financial aid budget or need (no refunds will be allowed).
Ask your Admission Counselor for full details.
The merit scholarship is renewable each year with a 2.0 Milligan GPA by the end of the second semester of enrollment, 2.5 by the end of the fourth semester, and each semester thereafter. Must be a full-time student in good academic and social standing. See Catalog for all financial aid policies.