The Chancellor’s Scholarship at Appalachian State University is designed for students with ambitious academic goals involving graduate or professional post-baccalaureate degrees, such as the Ph.D., M.D. or J.D. It is Appalachian’s oldest competitive, merit-based full scholarship.
Ten incoming freshmen have been awarded a full-ride Chancellor’s Scholarship for the 2015-16 academic year.
These scholarship recipients are also admitted to the university’s Honors College where they will participate in small, rigorous classes and produce original research, such as writing an honors thesis.
Chancellor’s Scholars are provided with study-abroad opportunities beginning in their freshman year, and classroom and experiential research opportunities. The incoming class of Chancellor’s Scholars will study in Dublin, Ireland, for five days in October as part of an honors course they will be enrolled in fall semester.
In addition, Chancellor’s Scholars receive:
Out-of-state recipients are...
$14,400 approximate per-year award for tuition, fees, book rental, and room and board for four years
3.45 minimum grade point average to renew the scholarship
1506 SAT (ACT 34) average entrance exam scores of this year’s recipients