Scholarships are educational funds that do not require repayment; they are given for reasons such as academic success, community service or involvement, exemplary leadership and more.
Students are considered for academic merit awards based upon their cumulative GPA.
Scholarships and awards are based on the seventh semester grade point average (GPA) and standardized testing received by the Office of Admission prior to Feb. 1, 2019, for new students enrolling in fall 2019.
Please note: Thiel College offers Division III athletics, and therefore we do not award athletic scholarships.
Any student receiving a full-tuition award is not eligible for other institutional gift aid. Institutional scholarships may vary by year. For information on a specific graduating class, refer to the relative freshmen catalog.
Thiel has numerous awards supported by endowed funds established by the gift of a principal sum to the College. The Financial Aid office coordinates the awarding of these various awards, grants and scholarships to currently enrolled students based on the criteria specified by the donor. For complete descriptions, view the Academic Catalog (2019-2020).
Returning students can access the institutional aid scholarship application in the Thiel Hub under 'Campus Resources'.
Thiel College Scholarship
Scholarships are available from Thiel College, based on high school GPA, SAT and ACT scores. Transfer student scholarships are based on their previous college's GPA.
David E. Baughman Scholarship | Freshmen | Renewable
The David E. Baughman Scholarship supports students who have graduated from Jamestown, Greenville, Commodore Perry or Reynolds high schools and who have been accepted into a four-year program at Thiel College.
Dietrich Honors Scholarship | Freshmen | Renewable
Haller Enterprise Institute Scholarships | Freshmen | Upperclassmen
Marion G. Resch Science Scholarship at Thiel College | Freshmen | Renewable
This scholarship provides partial tuition funds, which are exclusively intended to alleviate out-of-pocket (cash and loans) tuition needs of newly enrolling undergraduate students who have completed their high school education at an academically-oriented high school in Mahoning, Columbiana or Trumbull County, Ohio within the last six months, prior to their first freshman semester. Basic qualifications are included in the link below.
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Academic Honors Scholarship | Transfer | Renewable
Transfer students who are PTK members may qualify for an annual award of $2,000.
Powers Higher Education Trust | Freshmen | Renewable
Awarded to an Ohio resident from Mahoning and Trumbull Counties who is in the upper half of their high school graduating class.
Thiel College Scholarship | Freshmen | Renewable
We are providing this information as a courtesy to you. Please check back often – we will update this page as new scholarship opportunities become available!
There is up to $5,000 available to active members of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard and Air Guard who enroll as full-time students and have applied for Federal Tuition Assistance (FTA) and Educational Assistance Program (EAP).
Guard personnel wishing to enroll as part-time students carrying a credit load of 6 to 11 credits or Guard personnel that are not yet FTA and EAP eligible may apply for a fractional Service Scholarship of up to $2,500.
Applicants must meet the following requirements.
Note: Renewal of these awards will be reviewed annually by the Financial Aid office.