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Spring Hill College’s scholarship process is competitive, assessing a student’s entire high school record – including grades, test scores, leadership achievement and community service. All students admitted to Spring Hill will be considered for merit scholarships based on their application for admission.

Types of Scholarships Offered

Academic and Service

Alumni and Family

Art, Incentive and Regional

Transfer Students

Additional Scholarship Opportunities

Academic and Service

Merit Based Awards

All students admitted to Spring Hill College will be automatically considered for academic scholarships based on GPA and test scores. Awards range up to $28,000 for each year for incoming freshmen and are renewable for eight semesters with satisfactory academic progress.

Alumni and Family

Zoghby-DeVaney Memorial Scholarship*

Awarded to qualified student from Mobile or Baldwin County, AL. Student must have a grandparent, parent or sibling that is an alumnus or an older sibling currently attending Spring Hill. Awards range from $1,000 – $5,000 per year and are renewable for all four years. Money is raised for scholarship through a golf tournament.

National Alumni Association Scholarship*

Awarded to qualified students who have a parent or grandparent that is an alumnus of Spring Hill College. Awards range from $1,000 – $5,000 per year and are renewable for all four years.

Family Discount

Given to the youngest of multiple siblings attending Spring Hill College at the same time. Award is 10% of tuition and worked into need-based aid if student demonstrates need. If twins are enrolling each twin receives 5% of tuition. If 3 or more students are attending, every sibling but the oldest gets 10% off tuition.

Alumni Chapter Scholarships

These scholarships are administered by the Office of Alumni Programs in conjunction with the Office of Admissions for students in the Atlanta, Chicago, New Orleans and Saint Louis areas. Awards range from $1,000 to $5,000 and are renewable all four years.

Art, Incentive, and Regional

The DeWine Family Scholarship*

​​The DeWine Family Scholarship, established in 2014 by Fran and Mike DeWine, benefits students from Ohio who apply to Spring Hill College, and would not have the financial means to attend otherwise.

Apply online for the DeWine Family Scholarship

Goizueta Foundation Scholarship*

Awarded to a Hispanic/Latino student who demonstrates leadership skills and a passion for service. Student will be asked to submit an additional essay in order to complete the application for this scholarship. Must be a U.S Citizen. Valued at $28,000 annually.

Transfer Students

Merit Based Awards

All transfer students admitted to Spring Hill College will be automatically considered for academic, tuition-only scholarships ranging from $16,000 – $23,000 annually. A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher is expected, as well as evidence of leadership or college/community service.

Phi Theta Kappa

Given to incoming transfer students that are in a chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at their previous institution. To be given up to $2,500 at the transfer recruiter’s discretion.

Additional Scholarship Opportunities

Athletic Scholarships

Athletic scholarships are awarded through the athletic department. Spring Hill College is a candidacy year 2 member of NCAA Division II. For further information regarding athletic scholarships, please contact the head coach for the sport(s) in which you are interested. Coaches’ contact information may be found on the Staff Directory page of the athletics website.

ROTC Programs

Spring Hill College has ROTC program agreements with the Army and Air Force – both located at the University of South Alabama.

For more information, please contact:

Army Office – (251) 461-1582.
Air Force Office – (251) 460-6728.

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