When are students notified of their Acceptance?
Once all criteria has been reviewed, you will receive a hard-copy letter via U.S. mail as well as an email notification. Those letters will be mailed April 15.
What does the Scholars of Promise program pay for?
The Scholars of Promise program will pay the difference between your tuition and any grants that you receive. You must enroll in a financial aid eligible program. Books are not covered by Scholars of Promise program funds.
What is the definition of a Scholars of Promise scholar?
A scholar is a student that receives Scholars of Promise services and qualifies for funding assistance.
What are some other advantages of the Scholars of Promise program?
Scholars of Promise students are provided a mentor and are guided through their first year process to ensure that they can achieve success. Students will have access to campus services that include academic tutoring and academic workshops.
If I am awarded Scholars of Promise funds, how do i remain eligible?
While enrolled at Madison College, you will need to be a full-time student (12 or more credits), maintain a 2.0 GPA, meet with your mentor twice a semester, turn in two progress reports, volunteer eight hours and participate in two workshops per semester.
What does 9 months to enroll mean?
If you have met all program criteria and have been accepted into the program by April 15, you may start classes either that fall or the following spring semester. You must notify Scholars of Promise staff if you wish to start in the spring.
what If I have financial aid award questions?
You can contact the Financial Aid office at (608) 246-6210 or you can visit the financial aid office at any Madison College campus.
what if I am not eligible for grant funds or Scholars of Promise funds?
Madison College offers scholarships and additional support services programs that can assist in funding. Federal student loans are also available to those who qualify.
Is there a parent organization for Scholars of Promise students?
There is not a parent organization for Promise.
who do I contact if I have additional questions?
Contact the Madison College Scholars of Promise office at (608) 246-6036 or email us at email@example.com.