The following Scholarship Grid is a helpful tool in determining what academic scholarship you may be eligible for based on your ACT/SAT scores and grade point average (GPA). We recognize that some students may have taken both the older version of the SAT and the newly revised test introduced in March 2016. The grid below reflects how scores from both versions of the SAT determine eligibility for academic scholarships at Emmanuel. Make sure you line your score up with the column that reflects when you took the SAT. Please note that since the redesigned SAT is a different test than the older version, a numerical score on one test will not be equivalent to the same numerical score on the other. Emmanuel will not combine (“super score”) area scores from two different versions of the SAT. For admission purposes, Emmanuel will accept the redesigned SAT for Fall 2016 and Spring 2017. We will convert redesigned scores to old scores for the 2016-17 school term.
See note below if you are a student athlete.
In addition to academic scholarships, Emmanuel also offers a variety of other scholarships. Our financial aid counselors will review all of these options with you and will help guide you in applying for grants, loans and work-study programs that can help lower out-of-pocket college costs.
For complete information on scholarship opportunities, please contact the Office of Financial Aid at (706) 245-2844.
Freshman Scholarship Calculator
Students who are first-time freshmen or transfers who have attempted less than 24 hours
SAT Range (ERW & Math Combined) March 2016 forward
$6000 + Minimum GPA Required
$4000 + Minimum GPA Required
$2000 + Minimum GPA Required
Subject to change for Fall 2016
Transfer Scholarship Calculator
Students who have attempted 24 or more hours after high school graduation
Subject to change for Fall 2016
Student athletes receiving athletic scholarship cannot receive academic scholarship without meeting the NCAA exempted Academic Aid criteria. NCAA exempted Academic aid criteria are: For Incoming freshman: a 3.5 or higher high school GPA, or 100 sum ACT, or 1140 Math and Critical Reading (older version) or 1210 Math and Evidence-Based Reading and Writing combined (revised version), of top 20% of the graduating class. For transfers: a 3.3 cumulative.
The application to apply for an Emmanuel College Academic Scholarship is the Emmanuel College Application for Financial Aid. The application is available online here.
A student can receive an Emmanuel College Academic Scholarship for up to eight semesters should they remain enrolled as a full time student. However, they must maintain a cumulative GPA for all coursework attempted as follows:
Freshman Academic Scholarships:
- Zennith - 3.0
- Pinnacle - 2.75
- Apex - 2.5
Transfer Academic Scholarships:
- Peak - 3.0
- Summit - 2.75
- Crest - 2.5
Students receiving a Valedictorian Scholarship are not eligible to receive any of the above academic scholarships.
In addition to scholarship, students are encouraged to apply for additional forms of assistance by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid at here and the HOPE Scholarship and Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant at here.
All grants, scholarships and loans singularly or in combination cannot exceed a students’ cost of attendance. A students cost of attendance is determined by the financial aid office and includes tuition, room and board, books, transportation and miscellaneous expenses.