|High-School Marks (Avg. Percentages) *||Scholarship Award Amount|
* High-school transcripts based upon a GPA or Letter Grades are also eligible for AES based upon equivalency. If your high-school marks are calculated as letter grades or GPA, please contact us for a transcript review.
You are eligible to receive an Academic Entrance Scholarship amount if all of the following criteria is met:
AES will be awarded, provided the recipient is registered at Providence University College for 12 or more credit hrs. per semester within their first year of studies.
The award will be given to students during two consecutive semesters and divided equally for each semester. Disbursement of funds will take place within 4 weeks after semester start date. A reduction of credit hours (less than 12 cr.) within the semester in which an AES was received, will result in forfeit of the scholarship amount for the respective semester.
No scholarship application is necessary. Submitting a standard Providence University College admissions application will automatically qualify students. University College applications received prior to August 31 (for fall semester) and December 31 (for winter semester) will be eligible to receive an AES.
Scholarship amount will be based on grade 11 marks if students apply before April 1 of the year they graduate from high school. Students who apply after April 1 shall have their scholarship eligibility assessed on final (i.e. June) grade 12 grades. Students who are awarded AES on the basis of grade 11 (30S) courses may have their award increased should their grade 12 averages at graduation result in a higher award. In no case shall the previous award (based upon grade 11 averages) be reduced. An official final high school transcript of your grade 12 marks must be received by August 31st of the year of enrolment to be reassessed for the Academic Entrance Scholarship.
Academic percentage, GPA, or letter grades will be based upon the top five course marks obtained. Three of the five must be academic courses, one of which must be an English course. Some restrictions may apply.
Students may defer an awarded AES for one calendar year (i.e. student applies to Providence University College, is accepted, is awarded an AES amount, but chooses to defer starting school until a later semester).
* Terms and conditions of the AES award program are subject to change.