Freshman and Transfer Scholarships
Many scholarships. One perfect fit.
Automatic Consideration for Merit Scholarships
You apply for merit scholarships as soon as you apply to Queens: we consider all applicants for merit scholarships automatically, regardless of your financial circumstances. These gifts are presented for academic success, community service or program-specific excellence, and they include:
- University Scholarships are for students with a strong academic record including top grades and test scores. Excellence and achievement in some extracurricular activities will also be considered for a portion of these awards.
- International Baccalaureate (IB) and AP Capstone Scholarships are for students who have completed the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) or the AP Capstone Innovative Diploma Program.
Additional Scholarship Opportunities
You’ll have the opportunity for even more scholarship opportunities. Students who complete an optional essay on their application will be considered for our Royal Scholarship Program. Finalists will come to campus for interviews to compete for a variety of endowed scholarships. These include:
- The Presidential Scholarship (full tuition for four years)
- Trustee Scholarship
- The James L. Knight School of Communication Scholarships
- The Cato School of Education Fellows
- The McColl School of Business Case Scholarships
- The Gossett Jewish Leadership Scholarship
- Performing and Visual Arts Scholarships
- Preyer History Fellowships
- The Reece A. Overcash Scholarships for Humanities, Math, Science, and Technology
- Speech and Debate Club Scholarships
- CPCC Presidential Scholarship (full tuition for students transferring from CPCC)
Other notable scholarship opportunities include:
- NCAA Division II talent-based athletic scholarships for student-athletes
- Legacy scholarships awarded to children, grandchildren or siblings of enrolled students or previous grads
- Ministerial Tuition Remission for dependents and spouses of active Presbyterian ministers