- Scholarships for Incoming Traditional Undergraduate Students
- Scholarships for Returning Students with Established GPA’s
- Scholarships, Grants and Discounts for Graduate Students and Adult Undergraduate Students
- Payment Options
Presidential Scholarships * are generally awarded to full-time freshmen with outstanding high school achievement and SAT scores exceeding 1200 (math and verbal combined). Awards range from $20,000 to full tuition and are renewable each year for four years.
Caldwell Scholarships are generally awarded to full-time freshmen with excellent academic high school achievement and minimum SAT scores of 1000 (math and verbal combined) and High School grade point averages above 3.0. Awards range from $15,000 to $20,000 and are renewable each year for four years. Transfer students with cumulative grade point averages above 2.8 may receive scholarships ranging from $8,000-$20,000.
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarships are generally awarded to transfer students from community colleges who have earned the distinction of Phi Theta Kappa. Awards range up to $2,000 per year.
Recognition Awards are awarded to full-time freshmen and transfer students that demonstrate exceptional leadership skills or a high level commitment to extracurricular or community service activities. Awards range from $2,000 to $5,000 and are renewable each year for four years. You should submit an activity résumé with your admissions application highlighting your extra-curricular activities and leadership positions.
Nursing Grants are generally awarded to full-time freshmen with excellent academic high school achievement and minimum SAT scores of 1000 (math and verbal combined). Awards range from $5,000 to $20,000 and are renewable each year for four years.
Talent Scholarships are awarded to full-time students interested in studying art or music. Portfolio reviews or auditions are required. Awards range from $1,000 to $5,000.
High School Achievement Awards are generally awarded to full-time freshmen at the time of acceptance and are based upon consistent high academic achievement during your high school career. These are annual awards and are renewable each academic year based upon continued successful academic progress.
Caldwell Grants are awarded to full-time freshmen and transfer students who submit a completed FAFSA and demonstrate financial need. Grants range from $1,000 to $12,000 and are reviewed annually based on your family’s financial need.
Caldwell Residential Grants are awarded annually to full-time undergraduate students based on demonstrated need. These grants are provided, on a limited basis, to assist students with room and board costs for on-campus housing only.
Athletic Grants are awarded to full-time students with exceptional athletic ability. Athletic awards vary and may be used for tuition and on-campus room and board.
Caldwell/NJ Stars Scholarships are available to full-time students transferring from one of New Jersey’s community colleges. You must complete your associate’s degree and meet all the requirements of the New Jersey Stars program at the time of your graduation to qualify. Scholarships range from $8,000 to full-tuition. This scholarship will take the form of an academic scholarship offered by the college.
*Incoming Presidential scholars are enrolled in our nationally recognized honors enrichment scholars program.
Several Scholarships are available to returning Caldwell Students with established GPAs. These Scholarships are offered at various times during the year and are posted by the Office of Financial Aid. To find out when the scholarship applications are available, check the financial aid section of your portal and follow us on Twitter (@financialaid3) or like us on Facebook .
Scholarship is open to Caldwell College Traditional students with financial need determined by filing the FAFSA application with the Office of Financial Aid. The student must have an established 2.5 GPA or higher and be enrolled as a fulltime student. The student will also need to be actively involved with campus activities and be willing to donate to the FAVA scholarship fund as an alumnus of Caldwell College.
Friends of Caldwell College Scholarship:
Scholarship is awarded to full-time Traditional Caldwell College Undergraduate Students with outstanding academic achievement and exemplary service to the college community.
Alumni Shore Chapter Scholarship
This scholarship is available to full-time Traditional Caldwell College Seniors.
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Scholarships, grants and discounts for Graduate students and Continuing Education (Adult) Undergraduate students
Students are eligible for only one of the following discounts in any given semester.
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarships are generally awarded to transfer students from community colleges who have earned the distinction of Phi Theta Kappa. A maximum discount up to 25% of tuition only.
Community College Graduates with a 2.75 GPA or higher. A maximum discount up to 15% of tuition only.
Alumni Awards are available to alumni of Caldwell College. A maximum discount up to 25% of tuition only.
Religiously Affiliated discounts are available to certain members of religious orders, full-time Diocesan employees, and full-time teachers in Catholic schools. A maximum discount range up to 25% of tuition only.
Law Enforcement, EMT and Fire Personnel . A maximum discount up to 25% of tuition only.
Veterans receiving less than 100% benefits under the Post 9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33) are eligible for a tuition discount of up to 25%. This discount, along with State grants cannot exceed tuition. Students must complete a FAFSA to be eligible. For additional information please contact Eric Mango Certifying Official in the Office of Financial Aid at (973) 618-3228 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Senior Citizens discount . Students who are 62 years of age or older, will pay for only one credit of every three credit course in which they enroll.
- Three-Payment Option:
During the fall and spring semesters, students may pay their tuition in three installments. Students need only pay one-third of their tuition up-front. The three payment option is available to all students.
- Tuition Reimbursement:
Many companies offer tuition reimbursement assistance to their employees. Students should ask their Human Resource Department if their employer offers tuition reimbursement assistance