The Presidential Scholars program is for high-achieving incoming students who possess an innovative spirit partnered with academic success. Presidential Scholars show superlative academic performance in math and science and have also demonstrated their unique innovative spirit. Recipients of this scholarship will receive a $50,000 scholarship paid over four years.
Eligible students must submit their undergraduate admissions application by November 1. There is no further application needed. Only the applicants that have completed the admissions process by November 1, including all required documents, will be considered for the Presidential Scholars program. Students selected for the President’s Scholars program will receive an invitation by December 1.
The Alexander Scholars program seeks motivated and dedicated high school students who have demonstrated excellence within their academic journey to date. Alexander Scholars receive a full-tuition scholarship in addition to automatic admission to the master’s program provided students graduate in four or less years and have maintained a 3.4 GPA or higher.
Eligible students are encouraged to submit their undergraduate admissions applications by November 1, including all supporting documentation. There is no further application needed. Students will be nominated by their admissions counselor and will be reviewed for acceptance into the program after acceptance into the university.
For Fall 2022, Florida Poly will offer merit-based out-of-state scholarships designed to reduce the domestic out-of-state tuition for high-achieving students. Scholarships range between $5,000 - $17,500 per academic year and are based on academic merit. If a student’s residency classification is updated to Florida after being awarded an out-of-state scholarship, they will no longer be eligible, and the award will be rescinded.
There is no separate application. All applicants who apply by the November 1st deadline are considered on the basis of academic merit. While applicants are reviewed holistically, the average SAT is usually 1350 (31 ACT) with outstanding high school math grades. Students being at above or below these averages does not guarantee a scholarship.
The Provost Scholars program seeks gifted and uniquely talented high school students who have demonstrated excellence within their academic journey to date. Provost Scholars receive a scholarship covering tuition and fees for four years.
Eligible students must submit their undergraduate admissions applications by November 1. There is no further application needed. Applicants that have completed the admissions process by November 1, including all required documents will be considered for the Provost Scholars program. Selected students will receive notification within the first two weeks of December.
The Merit Scholars program seeks to identify students who will positively contribute to our campus culture and environment. There is not a separate application or deadline for these scholarships. All undergraduate applicants are considered on the basis of their full admission application and resources available. Applicants are selected for scholarships through a comprehensive review of their application, including essay, letter(s) of recommendation, community service, rigor of transcript, selected major/concentration, leadership activities, and academic indicators. These scholarships range from $500 to $1,500.