International Merit-Based Scholarships at Valparaiso University

  • Bachelor
  • Financial aid

At Valpo, all the wide-ranging things that define you come together. You’ll reach your full potential. And you’ll do it with our total commitment to guide you, inspire you and bring out your absolute best. Our campus defines a culture where no one is left out. And our approach to hands-on, experiential learning gets you out of the classroom and into real life.

The path you’ll travel at Valpo is exhilarating, to be sure. And one that’s full of personal, spiritual and professional growth. Every day is a chance to realize the “something bigger” you want to be a part of. Every day is a moment to imagine the world you want to live in. And, at the heart of it all, every day is a call to action to channel your passion — and then get out there and make an impact.

As to where you’ll find us: Valpo is located just an hour’s drive from Chicago in Valparaiso, Indiana. We’re close to Lake Michigan and the famous Indiana State Dunes National Park, and an easy drive from just about anywhere in the Midwest.

We hope your journey leads you to us. Know that when you arrive — whether it’s for a campus visit, to start as a full-fledged student or a visit as an alumni — you’ll leave an impression on us, just as we hope to do with you.

Eligibility

International Merit-based scholarships are offered to students demonstrating exceptional high school achievement. To receive financial aid at Valparaiso University, you must maintain satisfactory academic progress toward your degree.  In order to continue to receive financial aid, undergraduate students must maintain the following minimum grade point average:

  • Freshmen (less than 24 credit hours completed) 1.65
  • Sophomores (24 to 55 credit hours completed) 1.75
  • Junior and above (greater than 55 credit hours completed) 2.00
  • Credit Hours Completed

You must complete at least 2/3’s of all credit hours attempted with a passing grade. At the end of each academic year, your total hours successfully completed will be compared to your total hours attempted to determine whether you are meeting this requirement. All courses that you remain enrolled in past the add/drop period will count as attempted, even courses with a grade of “W” or its equivalent. Transfer credits accepted by Valparaiso University are not included in both the attempted and the completed credits.

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