Academic Scholarships: $18,000 to $25,000 per year:
Whitworth offers generous academic scholarships to incoming freshman students based on their cumulative high school GPA (weighted) and/or one of the following standardized tests:
ACT or SAT
TOEFL or IELTS
British or Singapore A-Level Exams, or predicted A-Level exam grades, if you are still in school
International or European or Scottish Baccalaureate, or predicted exam grades if you are still in school
South African Matric (NSC)
Students who submit more than one of the above exams will be awarded based on the highest exam grades they have submitted. For students submitting more than one SAT/ACT exam, we will use the superscore, that is, the highest combination of subscores from each test.
These scholarships are awarded automatically at the point of admission and can be renewed up to four years for students making satisfactory academic progress. Students who submit updated transcripts or test scores by April 1 will be considered for scholarship upgrades. Students who are home-schooled or who choose on their admission application to request an interview instead of submitting test scores should contact their admissions counselor regarding their academic scholarship award.
Need-Based Financial Aid
If you are an international student planning to apply for need-based aid, you must submit the College Board CSS Profile application.
Create your CSS Profile Account and apply: https://student.collegeboard.org/css-financial-aid-profile
Whitworth CSS Profile Code: 4953
For more information, please visit: https://www.whitworth.edu/cms/administration/financial-aid/international-student-scholarships-need-based-aid/