Clemson In State Tuition Out of State Students

Clemson In State Tuition Out of State Students

Non-Resident Merit Scholarship

You can reduce the cost to attend Clemson University by having good grades and good SAT/ACT scores.  Clemson will award out of state students merit aid based upon GPA and standardized test scores.  The SAT/ACT score that a student needs to achieve changes every year.  You will need to contact Clemson’s Admissions Office for the current score that is need to qualify for the non-resident merit scholarship.  This past year the score was 1250 SAT (Critical Reading and Math Score only) and 28 ACT.

“Domestic out-of-state students with at least a 1250 SAT (CR+M) or 28 ACT and who are ranked in the top 10%* of their high school class will receive a merit scholarship of at least $5,000 annually. Students with higher test scores will be considered for these merit scholarships up to $15,000 annually. “

Clemson’s Non-Resident Grant for students with financial need and meet the academic requirements state above will also be considered for a $2,500 grant given annually.  This is in addition to any other scholarship money they you may receive.

Clemson Bridge Program with Tri County Technical College (TCTC)

The Bridge Program is a  wonderful program between Tri-County Technical College (TCTC) and Clemson University for students who barely missed getting accepted into Clemson University.  In February each year, Clemson will invite those student to be apart of the Bridge Program.  This collaboration between the two schools allows students to work towards their Clemson major during their freshman year at TCTC while preparing to enroll at Clemson beginning their sophomore year.  To be admitted to Clemson from the Bridge Program in he fall of the sophomore year, students are required to earn a minimum of 30 semester credit hours and a 2.5 grade point average during their freshman year at TCTC.

Resources:

Tri County Technical College
2013-3014 Bridge to Clemson Program
Non-Resident Merit Scholarship

 

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