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Gannon University has a wide variety of merit based, need-based and athletic financial awards. Our generous merit-based scholarship program recognizes a students outstanding performance in the classroom. Students accepted to Gannon will receive notification of academic and merit awards they qualify for with their acceptance letter from the Gannon University Admissions Office. Student athletes should contact Gannon's Athletic Office for information on scholarships in their chosen sport.
In most cases, you do not have to complete a scholarship application to be considered for Gannon awards. However, achievement-based scholarship competitions for some majors do require completion of an additional application, as do the Schuster Arts and Music awards.
The University offers a variety of scholarships, grants and awards in recognition of students' academic and athletic accomplishments, demonstrated need and outstanding talents.
If you are considering taking classes on a part time basis (less than 12 credits per semester), Gannon has unique financial aid opportunities just for you.
Students who apply for financial aid at Gannon University are automatically considered for Gannon's need-based grants.