Through the generosity of donors, Tabor College students may receive a combination of Merit, Participation and other additional scholarships. The two exceptions are the two standalone scholarships: H.W. Lohrenz Honors and Tabor 20.

Financial assistance is not limited to Tabor scholarships. Click to learn more about Endowed Scholarships, Federal or State Aid and Veterans/Dependents Benefits.

2022-23 Freshman Merit Scholarships

ScholarshipAnnual AmountOption IOption II
H.W. Lohrenz Honors Scholarship$35,000GPA 3.95
AND
ACT 30 + OR
SAT 1360 +
N/A
Premier Scholarship$16,000GPA 3.75 +ACT 27 +
SAT 1260 +
Dean’s Scholarship$14,000GPA 3.5-3.74ACT 24-26
SAT 1160-1250
Achievement Scholarship$11,500GPA 3.25-3.49ACT 22-23
SAT 1100-1150
Opportunity Grant $8,000GPA 3.0-3.24ACT 20-21
SAT 1030-1090

2022-23 Transfer Merit Scholarships

ScholarshipAnnual AmountCumulative GPA Requirement
Top Transfer$10,0003.0+
Middle Transfer$9,0002.75-2.99
Base Transfer$7,0002.50-2.74

2022-23 Participation Scholarships

ScholarshipFR/Transfers?Annual AmountRequirements
AthleticBothTBDCoach evaluation. Visit Athletics to learn more.
Performing ArtsBothTBDDirector evaluation. Visit Performing Arts to learn more.
Academic (by department)Both$8,000-$10,000GPA 3.25 or better.

2022-23 Additional Scholarships

Scholarship/GrantsFR/Transfers?Annual AmountRequirements
Legacy ScholarshipBoth$800Child, grandchild
and/or sibling of Tabor graduate
Phi Theta Kappa ScholarshipTransfers$1,200Membership of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
Mennonite GrantBoth$600Member of a Mennonite or Mennonite Brethren church
Church Matching GrantBoth$350/semesterTabor will match scholarships from a student’s church
Hesston College GrantTransfer$1,000Minimum of 30 transfer credits
International Student GrantBothUp to $4,500Open to any citizen outside the United States
Need-Based GrantBothTBDSupplement the above scholarships/grants
for students who still show unmet financial need
National Merit ScholarshipFreshman$2,000Open to National Merit finalists

Students receive scholarships that are determined when they enroll at Tabor for the first time. Scholarship amounts may vary in future years, but a student’s scholarships are based on their first term of attendance. Opportunities to apply for additional endowed scholarships are typically available in future years.

NOTE: This does NOT apply to endowed scholarships

Tabor 20 Scholarship

Scholarships total $29,500 per year and $118,000 over four years.
Applications are due Dec. 15, 2021.

The scholarship is designated for current high school seniors.  This scholarship will be awarded to at least 20 incoming freshmen from Mennonite Brethren churches.

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Endowed Scholarships

Applications are available between March 1 and April 30

An individual, family, foundation or a group of donors (such as alumni classes) can create an endowed scholarship that can be used to invest in Tabor students and their degrees. Both incoming and current students at Tabor College can apply for these one-year awards between March 1st and April 30. The awarding of these will be applicable to the next academic year. Each scholarship will have set criteria that must be met in order for a student to be awarded. If you would like to be considered for an endowed scholarship, click “Applications” above.

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Scholarship Search Websites

Native American Scholarships

Many tribes fund scholarships for college-bound members. A list of offices can be found at www.aiccm.org.