Learn how to access scholarships & financial aid for nursing school
Scholarships are a great way to get assistance with college expenses. Aultman College offers admission and endowed/gifted scholarships, and you can also apply for scholarships from external sources.
Here’s a quick guide to applying for and using scholarships at Aultman College.
These scholarships are awarded to first-time, full-time freshmen who enter Aultman College in fall semester and are enrolled in bachelor's degree programs. For students interested in starting in the fall semester, the deadline is Aug. 1, to have completed the following: applied for admission, submitted official transcripts from other institutions attended, and filed the FAFSA with the results sent to Aultman College.
Criteria: 3.6-3.79 GPA and 27 minimum ACT
Amount Awarded: $2,000 per academic year
Criteria: 3.4-3.59 GPA and 25 minimum ACT
Amount Awarded: $1,000 per academic year
Criteria: 3.2-3.39 GPA and 23 minimum ACT
Amount Awarded: $750 per academic year
*In general, admission scholarships are renewable with a college GPA of 3.0, filing the FAFSA annually, and maintaining full-time status. Click here to refer to complete scholarship terms and conditions.
Each academic year, Aultman College awards a limited number of Presidential Scholarships to first-time, full-time freshmen who are entering bachelor’s degree programs. This scholarship is for full tuition and requires a minimum 3.8 GPA and 27 ACT.
Students who meet the GPA and ACT criteria will be contacted to apply for the Presidential Scholarship via a competitive process. The deadline is April 1, for students beginning in the fall semester.
Endowed and Gifted Scholarships
These scholarships are made available to Aultman College students thanks to the generosity of various donors and foundations. They have various criteria based on your major, area of residence, GPA, and more. These scholarships require an application each year and are only for degree-seeking students. They have deadlines throughout the academic year.
New, incoming students can apply for these scholarships if they meet the criteria.
Click here to download a spreadsheet of all Endowed and Gifted Scholarships offered at Aultman College (Deadlines will vary throughout the year please see the semester specific list of open scholarships to apply to)
See the bottom of the page for open scholarships and their due dates.
External Scholarship Opportunities
There are many sources for scholarships outside of Aultman College. Investigate resources in your community. Scholarships may be found by researching at your local library, high school guidance office, religious organizations, employer, and community service organizations (i.e. Kiwanis, Lions Club, Rotary, church, etc.).
We DO NOT recommend that students seek the help of private companies for scholarship searches.
These companies prove to be costly and produce no greater results.
For additional information on Scholarship Scams, please visit http://www.finaid.org/scholarships/scams.phtml
To file a complaint, or for free information on scholarship fraud, please call 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357) or visit http://www.ftc.gov/scholarshipscams
Aultman College is a proud member of The Tuition Exchange organization. Tuition Exchange is a scholarship opportunity for dependent students of eligible employees at one of the 600 plus member colleges and universities.
Some sources that may be helpful in your scholarship search:
- AultCare Scholarship
- The Cleveland Foundation Scholarships
- College Board Scholarship Search
- Gates Millennium Scholarship Program
- Fastweb General Scholarship Search
- Fry Scholarship
- Hispanic Scholarship Search
- Margaret Lazar/Emma Lupher Scholarship Fund
- Robert A. Klingler Co., L.P.A. Ohio Problem-Solving Scholarship
- NAEMT EMS
(deadlines June 15 and September 15)
- NerdWallet Scholarship Search
- OCA Asian Pacific American Advocates
- Scholarships for Nursing Majors
- Student Guide to Financial Aid
- Stark Community Foundation Loan and Scholarship Program
(deadlines vary by scholarship)
- United Negro College Fund