Scholarships

There are two types of Honors Program scholarships:
 
1. Honors Program Tuition Scholarship (HP-Tuition)
 
All students accepted into the Honors Program are eligible to apply for the Honors Program Tuition Scholarship. The scholarship covers an amount equal to tuition and fees for enrollment in any Honors course, once the student is accepted into the Honors Program. The scholarship may be applied to any approved Honors course, 1 course per semester, permitted up to 2 courses per year (with possible exceptions depending upon the number of students participating in the program), with a maximum allowance of 16 credits total until a student's graduation from Bay College.

Students must apply and be accepted into the Honors Program in order to be eligible for consideration for these scholarships. Honors Program Tuition Scholarships are currently limited to 20 students taking 1 course per semester (Fall/Winter), depending upon eligibility and course availability.
 
2. Honors Program Competitive Award Scholarship (HP-Award)
           
All students in the Honors Program are eligible to apply for the Honors Program competitive Award Scholarship. This competitive scholarship will be awarded to only three Honors Program students each year. The Award Scholarship provides $1,000 per semester for a total of four (Fall/Winter) semesters of academic study, until a student's graduation from Bay College. In order for the Award to be renewed, the student must be enrolled in at least 1 approved Honors course each semester (unless he/she obtains written verification from the Honors Program Advisor regarding course conflict or course availability issue). Priority for Award scholarships may be given to students who are accepted into the Honors Program by April 1 for a Fall award.
 
Students must apply and be accepted into the Honors Program in order to be eligible for consideration for these scholarships. Honors Program Competitive Award Scholarships are currently limited to 3 students per year, depending upon eligibility and course availability.