Academic Scholarships and Grants
Cabrini University offers academic merit awards to eligible incoming students based on GPA (grade point average) and SAT or ACT scores (if submitted).
For those students applying test-optional, merit awards will be based on GPA.
All applicants to Cabrini are considered. Students must be registered as full-time (12 or more credits per semester) and maintain satisfactory academic success to continue to be eligible.
The University reserves the right to review, adjust, or cancel awards at any time because of changes in a student’s academic status, or student’s code-of-conduct violations.
Awards may be affected if a student changes on-campus residency or number of credits taken per semester (less than 12 credits per semester).
If federal or state allocation of financial aid funds to Cabrini are adjusted at any time, Cabrini reserves the right to adjust financial aid awards as necessary.
- All financial aid awards are contingent on availability of funds
- These awards are considered “gift aid” and do not need to be repaid by the student
First-Year Student Scholarship Opportunities
Transfer Student Scholarship Opportunities
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship
Transfer Partner Award
Additional Scholarship Opportunities
- This recognizes first-year students who have demonstrated outstanding academic performance in high school. Students with a minimum cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 or higher will be invited to apply to the Honors Program. Candidates must also maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 at Cabrini, and must be enrolled in the Honors Program.
Catholic High School Scholarship
- This grant is based on the student’s records showing graduation from a Catholic high school. It is renewable for up to four years, based on the student maintaining full-time status (12 credits minimum per semester) and maintaining academic progress.
Sibling Legacy Scholarship
- Undergraduate students who have a sibling currently enrolled fill-time at Cabrini will be eligible for this award.
Alumni Legacy Scholarship
- Undergraduate students who have a parent, grandparent, or sibling who have received a bachelor’s degree from Cabrini will be eligible to receive this award.
Science Scholars for Social Justice (SSSJ) Scholarship
- Funded by the National Science Foundation, the SSSJ program provides accepted Biology and Chemistry majors who meet academic standards up to $8,000/year for four years ($32,000), in addition to other merit and need-based aid.