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Woodbridge N Ferris Scholarships for Statewide and Fully-Online Students

If you have been awarded a Woodbridge N. Ferris (WNF) Scholarship for Statewide and Fully Online students, please explore our FAQ, which includes renewal requirements.

Freshmen that are admitted to a full-time, fully online or statewide undergraduate degree program for fall 2022 semester and beyond, and have the high school GPA requirements listed below, calculated on a 4 point scale, may qualify for a WNF Statewide or Fully-Online Scholarship.

Students enrolled in a Statewide or fully online undergraduate-degree programs may take classes at both Ferris and/or their approved community college location. Students must be enrolled continuously full-time (at least 12 credit hours) to qualify for the scholarship. This can be a combination of approved enrollment at both schools, but the scholarship will be prorated to pay towards Ferris courses only. Scholarships will not be awarded during the summer semester. 

WNF Scholarships

Statewide and Fully Online Students admitted for Fall 2022 and beyond.

Founder's

$40,000 Four Year Value

    • $10,000 Annual Value
    • 31 ACT or 1350 SAT and 3.90 High School GPA 
    • 3.30 Ferris GPA for Renewal

president's

$24,000 Four Year Value

    • $6,000 Annual Value
    • 4.0 + High School GPA 
    • 3.3 Ferris GPA for Renewal

Provost's

$20,000 Four Year Value

    • $5,000 Annual Value
    • 3.5 - 3.99 High School GPA 
    • 3.0 Ferris GPA for Renewal

Dean's

$14,000 Four Year Value

    • $3,500 Annual Value
    • 3.25 - 3.49 High School GPA
    • 3.0 Ferris GPA for Renewal

Crimson

$6,000 Four Year Value

    • $1,500 Annual Value
    • 3.0 - 3.24 High School GPA
    • 2.75 Ferris GPA for Renewal

Scholarship Proration Rates

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Ferris Statewide & Online WNF scholarships will pay towards Ferris courses only. The scholarship amounts will be prorated based on the number of Ferris credit hours each student is enrolled for.

For example, if a student is enrolled in 6 Ferris credit hours and 6 community college credit hours with an approved consortium form on file, this meets the full-time requirement for the scholarship. The student in this example would receive the prorated amount for 6 Ferris credit hours. If a student takes courses only at the community college for a semester, this will count against the scholarship eligibility and the scholarship will be prorated to $0 for that semester. Remaining funds from proration cannot be used for future semesters.