We know that the financial aspects of your education can be overwhelming. That's why we offer a wide variety of scholarships to assist you in your journey.
Randall University offers many scholarships. These scholarships apply to on-campus and online courses of Randall, Moore Campus. Below you will find information about all available scholarships. To apply, or for more information, please contact the Financial Aid Office at 405-912-9006 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
These scholarships only apply to incoming freshmen. Students transferring in concurrent work or less than 24 hours of college work are considered incoming freshmen. No application required; these scholarships are awarded based on information provided upon admission.
The O’Donnell Scholarship is awarded to students who have an ACT score of 30 or higher and a 3.0 cumulative high school GPA. This scholarship is $8,900 per year for on-campus students and $5,500 per year for off-campus students. Recipients must maintain at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale and must enroll in at least 12 hours each semester.
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These scholarships only apply to students who are transferring in 24 or more hours of college work. All College transcripts must be presented to the Admissions Office. No application required; these scholarships are awarded based on information provided upon admission.
The Platinum Scholarship is awarded to students who have a cumulative college GPA of at least a 3.5 on a 4.0 scale and who have completed at least 24 hour college credit hours. This scholarship is $6,800 per year for on-campus students and $4,200 per year for off-campus students. Recipients must maintain at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale and must enroll in at least 12 hours each semester.
The criteria for each of these scholarships is outlined below.
The Dr. Thomas L. Marberry Christian Ministry Scholarship, provides an up-to full tuition scholarship to eligible Christian Ministry majors. The scholarship covers the cost of a student's tuition (additional costs of books, fees, etc. not included) and is currently valued at over $40,000 over the course of a degree program.
Randall University offers a variety of need-based scholarships which are designed to assist students in completing degrees. These scholarships will not be awarded until the full amount of state and federal aid has been exhausted. Any scholarship funds provided by churches, associations, and other organizations will also be taken into consideration in determining the student’s financial aid package.
You can find out more about our need-based scholarships, as well as the Randall Job Program, in our College Catalog.
General scholarships are awarded only in the Spring Semester. Students must complete a separate application during the Fall Semester to be considered for the General Scholarships. All applicants must attend Randall University a minimum of one semester before a scholarship can be awarded. Students must be enrolled full-time and maintain GPA standards specific to each scholarship. Applications will be made available in the Financial Aid Office in November each year.
You can find out more about general scholarships in our College Catalog.
Students who are members of Free Will Baptist churches within these District Associations need to see their pastor or their prospective association to apply.
How It Works
The scholarship committee will begin awarding scholarships in March. All scholarship applications received by March 1 will be reviewed first. Awards will only be made to students who have been admitted. Some of our scholarships have limited funds and will be given as people apply and qualify. In order to have the greatest opportunity to receive scholarships, a student should have completed his/her admissions file and financial aid application by March 1.
Scholarship awards are final and may not be traded. Any combination of scholarships cannot exceed the cost of tuition. All scholarships awarded are contingent upon satisfactory completion of the semester and the availability of funds; early withdrawal will result in the loss of scholarships awarded and recalculation of the student’s account. Exceptions to any of the guidelines must be approved by the Administrative Committee.
Randall University has clarified that all in-house scholarships are general in nature and will not be restricted for use against tuition charges only. These scholarships will not be reported as reductions to the tuition charges of students filing for VA educational benefits.