How to Apply for Entering Freshmen Scholarships
- The completed LSU admissions application will also serve as the application for all University scholarships.
- An applicant must be regularly admitted to LSU to be considered for scholarships.
- Scholarship selection components may include, but are not limited to, the completed admissions application, official standardized test scores, and the weighted, six-semester high school GPA.
- Entering freshmen must submit a completed admissions application, official high school transcript, and official standardized test scores on or before November 15 of the senior year in high school to receive full priority scholarship consideration. All materials must be received or postmarked by November 15 to ensure full consideration.
- Students meeting the November 15 priority deadline will be considered for scholarships in the first round of reviews. It is the intent of LSU to award all eligible students who meet our deadline the applicable scholarship as long as funds are available.
- Students not meeting the priority deadline may be considered for merit scholarships until all funding has been awarded or until April 15, whichever occurs first (with the exception of the Chancellor’s Alumni Award).
- Students submitting additional higher standardized test scores after the November 15 priority deadline will be considered for a scholarship offer or scholarship upgrade on a rolling basis. Students will be considered until all funding has been awarded or until April 15, whichever occurs first (with the exception of the Chancellor’s Alumni Award).
This page was last updated Thursday, August 12, 2010