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Scholarships

Many families discover that a Centenary education is affordable because of financial aid. A college education is one of the largest investments a student will make – and the investment now will bring the greatest rewards in terms of professional opportunity, income potential and personal satisfaction.

It is important to apply for admission and financial aid early, as Centenary offers a limited amount of funding each year on a first-come, first-serve basis.  We request that you submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible after January 1, 2014. Our priority deadline is February 15, 2014.  Financial aid will be processed on a rolling basis after that.  We understand that you may not have your 2013 Federal Income Tax returns in early 2014.  If this is the case, please estimate our information on the FAFSA using your prior year’s tax returns.  Once your taxes are completed, you can update your FAFSA.

Complete your FAFSA online at www.fafsa.gov. Be sure to include Centenary’s federal school code: 002599.

For more information on Centenary Grants, Scholarships, and other Awards:

• Scholarships for Incoming Freshman
• Scholarships for Incoming Transfer Students
• Scholarships for Returning Students
• Grants and Awards for All Centenary Students

Outside Scholarships

Some scholarships are available through resources that are not a part of Centenary College. 

Outside Scholarship Information is available here.

Thank You Letter Information for
Donor Funded Scholarships

Expressing gratitude for a donor’s generosity serves a dual purpose. It provides you an opportunity to share your excitement with the donor of the gift. 

You can find instruction here.»