Merit Scholarship Calculator

Are you a Freshman or Transfer?
Are you planning to participate in music, drama, cheer or intercollegiate athletics?
  • Scholarship recipients must meet all college requirements for admission.
  • High School GPA and ACT score are used to determine the freshman scholarship level.
  • College GPA is used to determine the transfer scholarship level.
  • Scholarship amounts are based on full-time status per semester and will receive only the highest level of scholarship for which they qualify.
  • Students receiving a merit scholarship will need to maintain specific criteria for renewal in subsequent years.
  • Tabor College will match up to $275 per semester of the church scholarship.
  • National Merit semi-finalist or finalists should provide documentation for this award.
  • Performing arts or athletic scholarships are based on talent and/or potential determined by instructor or coach.
  • The total amount of institutional gift aid may be limited based on College regulations.
  • Kansas Comprehensive grant is based on the expected family contribution and submission of the FAFSA before the State deadline of April 1. Priority is given to FAFSA filers of March 1 or before.