The Grayson Honors College seeks to promote excellence in education through learning-centered honors section of core courses and participation in the cultural, social, and public service activities of the Grayson Honors College, Grayson College campus, and surrounding communities.
Presidential Honors Scholarships are merit scholarships of either $1000 per long semester for full time students (enrolled in 12 credit hours or more) or $500 per long semester for part time students (enrolled in 6-11 credit hours).
Presidential Honors Scholarships may be spent for items on the GC campuses including tuition, fees, books, required class supplies, and/or on campus room and board. Priority Deadline is April 15th, however applications are accepted all year.
Scholarship Application Requirements:
- Completed Grayson general Scholarship application, FAFSA, and Presidential Honors Scholarship Application (click the blue text at the top for application)
- A minimum 3.0 cumulative college GPA. For first time in college students an ACT score of 23/SAT score of 1070.
- One Letter of Recommendation.
- 1 page Resume.
- 300-600 word essay.
If selected for a Presidential Honors Scholarship, you agree to the following:
- Enroll in Grayson College’s Honor College with plans to continue higher education upon graduation from GC.
- Pre-register for and complete at least one Honors course per long semester, earning a B or higher.
- Engage in at least one service learning event, extra-curricular activity, or work one of the Honors College events per long semester.
- Maintain a cumulative and semester GPA of 3.0.
- Enroll in 6-11 credit hours (part time student) or 12 credit hours or more (full time student) per semester.
- Attend honors events as schedule permits.
- Attend GC for the fall and spring semesters. If I do not complete both semesters, I agree to repay any scholarship monies received.
Grayson College is an equal opportunity institution. Grayson College will take positive actions to ensure that all people regardless of race, creed, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, or disability are given an opportunity of sharing in the educational activities of the college